Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 26, 1916
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00752
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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-eo*. NAMES WANTED COUNTY'FOR FREE LIST .0< WHY 'WE SUPPORT PLAN TO :


1' STATE SHOOT 0 0 -June 1st and con- 4.jBeginning'on WINNER IN BUY, TUCKER ELECTRICITY 32 BRAHMAN' .

<> tlnuing for several months t.he'4 ,
Vallpy Gaietts will send out GOO ,< The. Valley Gazette favors. the approval .of the proposed contract
:-r A SUCCESS 0 papers each week on the order of, : -2 *itk the Tackor Brick Company for the .saanafacture of electric e....
wU.: 0 the County Commfsslonors to potIons 4 GAMES meat to be sold by tko city. to the ultimate coasosser" .for the following.'' BULLSNEW

. .\ \ :. living in" Northern States 4. ..reasonsiWe .
0 who are Interested In Florida. a LOCAL TEAM OF ORANGE BELT beCero that there will be a. saving.to the city of from $ ,OOO
d, TRAPSHOOTERS FROM ALLOVER .. We want our readers to help us 4. LEAGUE DEFEATS BOTH'BAR.. to $-eOOO.per year.We STOCK EXPECTED TO IMPROVE

,. FLORIDA LOUD IN THEIR .,make 'up",,this 111ft. We have already <: TOW AND LAKELAND THIS befieve that J. Wade Tucker is a patriotic'citizen ,and want BREED OF THE NATIVE
PRAISE OF KISSIMMEE. GUN to
., help Kisammeo
88Cu"d'three' to'a
0
greater
four hun. 0 prosperity. ,
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WEEK AND IS NOW TIED WITH CATTLE DURING THE NEXT FEW'
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CLUB FOR ITS ENTERTAINMENt Wo '
know that without fuel. corfbe
dred names but would like to a: any can produce electricity
CLUBS YEARS
THESE FOR FIRSTPLACEIN AS PROMINENT CATTLEMEN
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AND MANAGEMENT' 0 haVe our readers furnish the re- <> ; RACE.' cheaper than the city can produce It and that bit charge of $10,000 HAVE PURCHASED
a l r 'TOURNAMENT;. 0 mainder. If you knew of persons <> is cheaper tban.what it could be. produced for in tbo city plant. v CAR LOAD., 'FULL. ....
,. in other states who aro in- C Wo beteve that if bit electrical plant is .given the capacity bo
EVANS iTCHAMPION' 0 teretted in Florida and who might o: FANS SHOW INTEREST plant, bo will bring other industries bet betides the brick plant which f

.. 0 be'' induced to comb to. Osceola will employ hundreds of men and furnish. the city witb n payroll for TO INCREASE: WEIGHTWILL
( e county, send us the names andO ORLANDO MAN WILL, REPRE addresses arid we willsend them ENTIRE CITY INTERESTED.. IN W. Wen.tltat tbo contract is so drawn that there is .. ..*.-
SENT ASSOCIATION ,AT THE O the paper for the period paid for 0< CLUB AND SUCCESS OF THE UKty of the city, losing its own plant If Wo tbevrbt that dab planmoot GROW FAT ON PASTURAGK: f
I INTERSTATE SHOOT TO BE 0 by the County Commissioners. SEASON SEEMS ASSURED- the sale or disposal: tbo dry plant wo wooJd $ght it'with WHICH WOULD STARVE TUB
HELD IN ST. LOUIS-E- M. DAN. O HELP US TO HELP YOUR p. BARTOW DEBATED BY SCORE afl o.r'p.w.r. COMMON FLORIDA SCRUB CAT. ,k
'JELS HIGH PROFESSIONALFOR 0 COUNTY AND OURS. OF S TO 2. WHILE LAKELAND Mr. Tacker ...... Ida rood. TWO DAYS' SHOOT WHILE 000000000000'0000 0 IS VANQUISHEDBY THE ONE. a that if the majority stock of lab company ever pattot to ON THEIR TOUGH HIDE-
Wi N..;BOYLSTON LEADS AM A.a1 SIDED SCORE OF 18 TO .0- ........ who are nea-reeideat of Oscoola county and not directly .interested BUFFALO 'GNATS' ALSO LESS,
TEURS. GAMES NEXT WEEK. in the growth and preepuity"of. Kistimmee,'tbo contract. be. WORRISOMETO THE BRAHMAN
STATE CANDIDATES TO c.... ani and .elL' STOCK.

' The First Annual State Tournament League Standing., The contract Is not an asset t. tbo Tucker Company can !not '
of the Florida.Trapthooters AtodaUon SPEAK HERE'SATURDAMEN Won Lock P. C. .. sold t..16....peneeu. In the cato of tbo failure subs company .Through the enterprise of Hull Bass,
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i ,* held in Klssimmeo last Klsslmmee .......... 2 1 .8 77 the receivers of the company can not sell it to tense other concern the cattlo of Osoeola county will be t
Thursday and.Friday: was a big success Lakeland __u __u___ -2 1 .667 bat on the other band tbo contract ceases whenever the Tucker. ,Company improved during.the next few: years aa
! '. from every angle. The Kissimmee WHO ASPIRE TO BE COVER Bartow ....________ 2 1 .667 becomes insolvent or bankrupt. the result of the Introduction of a carload
* + : 'Gun Club was loudly praise NOR SUPERINTENDENT OF Winter Haven u___. 0 3 .000 With the increased electrical capacity Mr. Tucker states ho will ofBrahman,, bulls.,
for its ,efficiency! in the managementof PUBLIC"INSTRUCTION.; SECRETARY be in a position to do the bulkheading of the lake and it is said that I Thirty-two head 'of Brahman bull
I ; the affair and in the entertainment OF STATE. STATE TREASURER Games Next Tuesday. be has already made arrangements for the purchase of a dredge! t. bo' lIVeN brought to Klttimme-j this week'
ti y afforded the visitors. AND OTHERS, TO DIS Lakeland at Barlow..'. operated with electricity. It Is also. understood that Mr. Tucker will from Texas by. Mr- Bass and fold'to
So well pleased were the visitors CUSS ISSUES. Kissimmee at Winter Haven. finance die bnlkkeading by waiting for the money from property ho; loading cattlemen of the' county''
that they wanted to come here again -- owners and taking certificates therefor. Improvement'' of the breed of the native
nest year, but tho Jacksonville contingent Candidates for the office ofv>JJ.9.v! r- Games Next' Thursday. He has already shown bis patriotism toward tbo city by building : e ttl. has b6como a practice
insisted that the next annual nor, superintendent of public instruction Winter Haven at Kistimnu-e. this plant hero and in opening up the sawmill which bad not. been among the cattlemen of' this county
3" tournament be held in that city and secretary of state, state treasurer Bartow at Lakeland. in operation for several years. and this method has begun to make It.,
their) claim prevailed. and other) stats offices will discuss the He has helped the dry in paving matters by agreeing to take self) apparent in the weight of the beef o
President M. E. Stephens and Secretary issues of) the campaign in Kissimmee Kisoimmoe is bate ball mad I .contracts for paving and wait for Ida money until the property owners stock.

J. 'E. Lupfor, of the Kisaimmee Saturday (tomorrow) at the Graystone Tilt t'-arn which represents thin city pay the certificates limed to him in payment-for the work. ;i The' Brahman bulls. brought in byMr.
mee Gun Club with to thank thai city Casino. The meeting will open at 10, in the new Orange Belt league is the For all these reasons and others which could be mentioned we Boss have been aold'',.. follows
1 council, the county commissioners o'clock in the morning and continue cause of it all. The Cowpunchers, as urge. the freeholders to .vote in favor of the Tucker contract at, the E. L. Lesley four, head; C. 'A.-- Carson;
f and the board, of trade for the finan until noon. After recess the meeting they are called in other cities of the polls on Saturday, JUD"-3rcl. four head; Sid Para, ''three' head|
cial assistance given the club, 'with- will 'rc-opened at ono o'clockand league won both games on the schedule I Henry. Partin one; L: M. Whldden, .
out which they say the entertainment continue until all of the candidates this week defeating Bartow on one; Ed.'Whaler, three bead.. The remalnder -
;:.I:' of the visitors ,would have been 1m0"1' have had an opportunity to talk Tuesday by a score of 6 to 2 and :are to be divided by Mr. Bats
\ possible. They also wi.h0 thank This is a part of tho itinerary arranged Lakeland'on Thursday by a score oi and the East Coast Cattle Company.
H. R. May for tho use of lumber In, by tho State Executive com 13 te0. ONE CANDIDATE INCLUDES. "GAS" IN I The advantages obtained through ,
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building the grandstand erected 'for mittee and Is the second division to A large crowd of rooters accompanied the introduction of the Brahman bull
the convenience of the visitors. appear here, the first, including thsenatorial a the team to Lakeland Thursdayand said to be of
are
HIS LIST OF CAMPAIGN particular Importance
4 T. H. Evans, of Orlando, won the candidates, having made its came back happy. Both tho Pos EXPENSES In Florida.' The. buffalo gnats, which

state championship with a score of appearance here several weeks ago. tal t.nd: Western Union Telegraph --' wo Ty .the native'cattlo ao much, will
t,, 91 out of a po..ibl.100.. J. A. Andertor It is exP:rled that Ii large crowd companies had the ,capacity of their f not bother the Brahman cattle.:
will hear the this is the Candidate, are now,,fling,their ,second Jas.vH.. Smith, candidate for sheriff They
of Tampa; W. N. Boylston ofeesburg speakers as wires between Lakeland and Klssimme' ., will grow fat on pasturage .in'which'
..L and B. H. Lindsey, of Bon- first appearance of many of them I in tested after the Iraine, when telegram i expense atatment' with Clerk J. L. $52.20. the native cattle' will' almost, starve.
Ifay tied for runner-up with a score this county and will give the voters an rushed hack "> the city from Overstreet-' Thl. 1. the second filing B. II. Hancock, candidate for county the average weight of Brahman stock'

of 88. In,the shoot-off Boylston won opportunity of sizing them up preparatory the 'sorie of ba'Ue with the newsofthe and will'not' be complete until Monday commissioner; 644. I. from 800''to 990 pounds, which .is
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with a perfect .coreof! twenty birds. to the casting of theirballots 'victory.- Downtown,tore 'windows the last:day for filing this state E. 1.. D-. ,Overstreet, candidate for from'200 to 800 pounds beavfer than,
'Dr. W. B. Well, of TJtu.villo, was at the primary June 6th. were covered with telegrams. ment. Figures given 1the first county commissioner, 644.' thenaUvo'catUe. The Brahman stoskIBS
next with 87"out of 100- >Id telling. the good news.. statement filed eomo time ago revealedthe N. C. Bryan candidate for?.representative a tougher hide and the cattle tick

.., E, .,M. Daniels, of the Hercules Pow- SECOND EXPENSE BILL Lakeland. was cloarly outclassed according fact that one candidate was frank $40.80.,. ,A!, -., ..tw'n.! .. will not'thrive so well.,upon them. M
enough to admit the of andcharged ,
use
there "gas" '
: Company, was -high professionalfor to who saw the game. :"Arthur .E.;;: Donegan, ,candidate for npori,'natIve cattlo.WHIDDENOUTOFRACE.
the. two-days' shoot with a.score Bane, who pitched for the locals, did op'something like $15 worthof state ..senator 'UiZ-I'O.
of 376 out Of possible 40. W T. OF CANDIDATES' .DUE not have to. let himself out to' hold that necessary article. ..W.''. often C. E. Yowell, candidate,for superintendent '

, Laslio, Remlngton-U-M-O. Company, the Lakeland crew to two hits; while heard of''andidate4. being-wall sup$1ediwlth of public instruction $65.
;a, WM'ceond with 860, and Walter Huff, Th. second expense statement of the Cowpunchers batted the Lakeland this article but ,this ia the A- J. McDonough, candidate. -for
DuPont Powder Company, third with candidates for public office: aa required beaver for a total .of sixteen hits. first time any candidate baa admittedits county surveyor, nothing. FOR ,OSCEOLA SHERIFF
.. 851. Ify the corrupt practice: act is now due Only eight. innings wore played In or use in* sworn statement. R.. L. Pearce"candidate for" county
,W. N.: Boyi ton, of Leesburg, was at the office: of 3. L. Overstreet, Clerkof der to allow the Kissimmeecrowd to The figures given by the candidates commissioner $6.44.J. '
'-t. high gun.among the amateurs mak- the Court. The law.requINta": th.t catch the evening train. in this first statement were as follows H. Walker, a andidate for Demo .ewI.M. Whldden ia out of tho nee
" lag a score of 848 out of 400. J. E. this statement be filed between"'the The' batting of Charley RegvrovVwho : cratic executive committee nothing.W. for the office: of Sheriff of :Oscoola {-

Martin, of Tampa, wan second with 25th and 29th of May. played right field for the Kissimmeeteam J. O. Lanier, candidate' for member F.'Walker, candidate for county county. Ho Is not out, because he
848 and C.. G. Westcott of Orlando, Although he is not required to do so was ''the feature of the gam of school board $1.44.J. commissioner $1.44.J. wants to be, but because, Attorney j
y third with 142. by the provisions of the- law Clerk Charley registered a.homo run, triple L. Overstroot, candidate for clerk 'Stratton, candidate for member (f< enoral! Thomas F. West has ruled that "
; The Interstate Trophies were Overstreet has taken the trouble to and sing!.. His triple came when the of circuit court, $205. of school board, $5.00. : he is disqualified by failing to file his1
'; v awarded aa follows: First, T. H. personally notify each .of the candidates -, liases were full and brought home B. C. Miller, candidate for memberof Joe E. Johnston candidate for county -' first expense account as required by
1 1': : ,Evama, of Orlando; second, W. N. m. a letter as follows) ; three runmors. board of county commissioners, district surveyor nothing the corrupt, practice act.: .
'Boylston .of Leesburg;; third, B. B. "I take the liberty to call your at- The Kissinunoe infield played. airtight No. I, $6-44. i E. D. Katz, candidate for supervisor Mr. Whldden.was in ,th. country
Lindsey, of Bonlfay; fourth*. '7. A. tention to the fact that your second .ball behind Bane'and he had an T. M. Murphy. candidate for county of registration, $14.75. when the day arrived for the filing of

I'1/,. Anderson, of" Tampa; fifth, G. .H. sworn statement of expenses as a candidate easy time in the hox. Burdick, of iudaro. $81.12. _G. .I.. ..rber. candidate for" member his. expense account arrived and ho
.' (Continued on! page,8) must be made not later than the Stetson, played third base for Kissim W. B. Crawford, candidate for pron- or school board, nothing failed to return in time to file it.,When'he '

.i. 29th day of May, and the third and mee.The ecuting attorney $38.50; B. II. Guy candidate for member of learned that the ,law 'on .the w'
S LIGHTNING ,STRIKESMILLS last not) later than ten days after the scorn by innings follows. : J, H. Baisden;, candidate for memberof board of county commissioner, $1.44. question would disqualify hiM" ,he"s.-
primary. R H E school board, $8.69: Walter Bronson, candidate forlmem-) cured a petition signed by the other
"I have the blank1 statements in Klssimmee _u 104 310 040-13 16 1 WC.. Bass candidate for number of ber of school' board, $6.44. three candidates for the office,to allow
*!? RESIDENCE hand and if you will -come to my office Lakeland u __ 000 000 0000 2 6 school board, $11.44. O. R. Bass, candidate for member his name to go on.the ballot'and, ?
will be pleased to fill out same for C. L. Bandy candidate for tax collector of board of county( commitsioneis, $5. then submitted the whole f matter? to "
, you and take acknowledgement- Bartow defeated Winter Haven $28.50.G. W. P. TIson candidate for memberof the Attorney General, who .has advji--
L' . During the rain storm. Monday night Thursday by a score of 9 to 0. Eight H. Clark, candidate for tax collector ( board of county commissioners, ed him that-under the law bit.\.name
i lightning truck, the residence' occupied lita and seven.error. by Winter Haven $50. ...,. $10.19. can !not be placed on the ball t. :
; by J.' B.; Aillg, at 400 Mabetto BAND CONCERT TO'BE were responsible for the victory. W. I. Barber, candidate for tax assessor C. W- Griffin, candidate for supervisor Mr., Whidden asks tho Valley Ga. '
street.; n.Alt entered the bath '
room 1/IIommldieu was invincible with men nothing. of registration, $13.60. zette 'publicly thank for 'him'all ;i
,cn the.lLht wires and did'considerablelama GIVEN SUNDAY 4P.M on the bases. The.SCOrQ. by inning. L. H- Ingram, candidate for sheriff A. F< Bass, candidate, -for member those who had pledged him their.support . !
< ; to that room, leaving the re o.
follows; $144.54.Clay. board of county commissioners, $10.19. and the other candidates for their'
mainder,the
house
The
familywas 'ahockod uninjured. RUE Johnson, candidate for sheriff, J. W. Lilly candidate for county courtesy In aldln;:'him In'''ev.eri;:way. w
not by the'stroke The.usual band concert will be" given Bartow __u ___010 302. ZOx-S 8 1 $39.00. Judge, $78.50. "possible to be placed on.the,ballot.:
' ,''ss they were some distance. from .that Sunday afUrnon at o'clock. A Winter Haven,..000 000 OdO.-O 7 7 ...
} 'part CI(; ty e'.hol, .le.. _.
. concert will also be-Driven this even- ----
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DISTINGUISHED"MAN'
lug beginning at 7:30. '' With their slugging clothes on the TRAIN OF STATE '

I. DR.\Y.W.CARSO\ HUT A One program has been prepared Cissimmoe team pounded L'Hommi-IDEMONSTRATION. .
for Sunday and Director Shearouse i dieu, the ex-big leaguer for a total often IS A VISITUR >HERE
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WHEN' TANK EXPLODE promised that the crowd, will be.well hits"two of them double. and one HERE NEXT WEEK .!
etertained. There were a largo numberof a triple Tuesday afternoon and won '
-- Rev. Neal Anderson, D.- D. of Win-
J out-of-town visitors last Sunday and from Bartow by score of 5 to 2. .
.Dr. W,;W-;Carton narrowly escaped the fame of thq band is spreading to It was the second game of the.sea-? The demonstration train of.the State. its movements a physician, representing ston-Salem. N. C.. who-'was'commissioner

r a..erl .J.IJlj ry Monday when*'an explosion all'of the surrounding'cities. It is expected lion in the Orange-Belt league on the Board of Health will visit Kissimmeenext : the State Board of Health and: to the General'.Assemblymosfrfi Kia.kmm..eTuesday.

vat ',caused by; a, leakage of that Broadway will be lined local diamond and a good:sixed crowd week. The train will arrive at others who are prepared to give prac- Ing at Orlando abrief.vloit'with', motored to' hU ;

gas 'from a Prett-O-Lite tank Dr. with automobiles Sunday. afternoon toof attended. Enthusiasm, was rampant 6:28 next Thursday evening and re tical personal advice to those who ask Mrs..for James Caldwcll. and her" i
, > Carson had noticed .the. leakage' and the concert. and interest appears to bo growing male tmtil '9:18'SundaymoyMnewThe- it friends ;
;,Was ,attempting" to';turn off.the tank .The 1>rolrRm'for,Sunday will be'as' hen hi the league race. train will beypirked'on one of the I.ld.- daughter MlssVean.: He was accompanied '' .
when the flash fame.. Ho bad tlfa pVeaence'of follow.,J. "" f' ' ; Harvey,' a new'' recruit, from Southern .raclu;'of the A.:C.:Ut railroad where The charge initial trip ia:befog made In personal by his hostess, 'Mrs.: R.,,and;L..
'' mind to cover his face frith. his larch, Gippaland----.....,__ LithgwOaur.ng College, was on the mound for the It.;will be oonrenient.to the public and of Dr. J. Y.Porter, state Thompson of "Orlando and (Mr.<
',iyknd.'and escaped with,'aliltht-.bums ; Roae._......_Bamard ocals..- U. .halls from WDJiston and veryone' is4 invited'tovidt'thcars; '' health officer, and of Miss F. .D, Horn Mrs.. Kerr. of-Greensborough N->Cw-
:: : Tone? The dur iti:stay ie&' "'" done assistant to the health officer. who are also attending the.assembly. :. f'\\
\boutUie: head. While both hands Poems Old.Church Organ..' appears,to-have the making of a good fig I '
.. ;r'were/kadly'-burned' ; (expect.lto re- .,."..,.-_--....-__..._:'Chambers pitcher in bin .,.atem.-' He .held theisitora lit hs'f'absolutely free I ,to ail.whO'iiaccept'what' % On United.this States trip Dr. Carroll Fox of the Dr. 'Anderson was;lira. Caldw' s
Ala
Public Health,
Service in twenty
.''aumo hU work.I in,about 0 week.: >ne-Step'Circus Day In Dlxie.Cumbl.W&ts.Wedding to, four.bingleg. and no two cf >Jt',1dCifwhat, 'It)'will I will ae mpanY'.Dr., Porter. Dr.. Fox, i pattot ,Montgomery.and' tho.houra, of-his,vislt 4
J of the Wlnds;_JSall ,Item,eam.'In, tho'same'inningi The. bring'te'alltfi 'Without / st'to thoao has boon rears': ago.
for, reminiscences.
Mr- and Mrs. J. H. Pike and < som.week.studying were.spent la pleasant .
daugh- Spanish Serenade
LaPaloma.Yradier '' .
lartow batsme bit wha.will'Ustento' '.
registered those who
one :;aro propare -.
health,conditions ia brida -----r-
f and making -
r: MJes Ludlesbf-Eegle-Uk.,.... Fox..Trot; The'Syncopated: Walk.... nyoach..of the first four,;InakngLand *'to ;'explain;"and advise to.tiose detailed Mrs 'Eula ..SUnpson and two.ehlldren ., t
)f Uehr.daughter.. Mis. B. B. ..........______ B.rliriMarch ..... : survey;of. the work andmethods
.,th.1I held. withont semblance,, who will Ma4...pn*is and wajak tbe of the State Board of.Health- ', left Satorday;.for;,,iui extended. .
:. 8rage.;.of..tho Manh' .Uan JOoteL-They.' ;. Our piroctor..M:..lBigeIowFinale o"f a.,bingle, for'the'remainder: : ,of/the moving picture aad.(lantern } His prwene..n gthiodret trip'of the visit with",reLtn1( .in Greenvi11erTenn. -'

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PACE 2. ff', THE KISSIMMEE" ;VALLEY GAZETTE ..' FRIDAY,. MAT 26.; :191

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1 spisndid\church; edifice*la I ; which 'he Is .o edo 1. .,+_ oo'obe. .oaadoo.1"turned.home Friday affr>spending- T-- a'4\4

'. ED LANCASTER i HELD pastor, shown in a, recent issue.When 4 'r ., 4j4AIUOOSSEE. week visiting, relatives l here.!?1 . '(.'

thinking of large" events, like the + The water Is fine now for, bathing. .j,

V:, fi sir eME"" UP BY HIGHWAYMAN General Assembly J..atcoDVen. do O The pier Js full' of bathers moat all '' : |
not forget that in this same church 444444440004.+ 040 .
1 .' the.time. ... ,':
'will meet the State'ChritiAn Endeavor
Mr. C. F, Bruns moved from the '
FORMER, KISSIMMEE MAN. NOW Union,.+next ApriL, '.. Runnymede 'hotel back, to his home' There'are Some Improvements going .>

-r- LIVING IN. ORLANDO. HAS U in Narcoossee'Monday. JIe has a fine on .in. .Narcodssee. Mr. Hull has com- ,.

I THRILLING ROAD BETWEEN EXPERIENCE TWO CITIES.OV: "Good old summer' time" must ,be home In NarEooasd'and(! his orange' leted his house and. moved) in. !&a:. Roby

'"-. BUT ELUDES'ROBBERS : herel Kissimtnee Christian Church trees are growing 'very rapidly ert.Evan* has began building'Ws 1 new. \<
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LOW ROUND TRIP SUMMER' RATES THREE SHOTS FIRED Endeavorers recently, says the Kls- !'h.re'ls 'Quito a l lot t of fishing' with. house and' Mre Buckley, the saw mill .

I rtw FROM JACKSONVILLE: \ .lmmee"oVa1tey' Gazette, had. a daJlghtfuL -., trout lines3hjere now. : : house at the mill ;
i is
building
p 1'I M. t-k.__.,1 n CtoI.I.I"..,. M.W.IIN_.._..,..w.-s u IN 0 Eddie Lancaster, ATIIUI'j: atraw ride ,and picnic .. p- There .Is:to be 'a' box bociAI'tttlle'for'; man, the ,
MM M. -.r the office.
A' C..r..w..w.. H.41 ;..LJ.-: .., a n .w..w : M simmee, but, now living at afterwards at "a country home hall Saturdaynight' which ho ,will use for
per dancing noxt
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YNM.rwnM_. .'" N, IM M y---M_.....___ ........I. fr.IdhwMa..rr-- U.k.__- .MMPM.I.d .... had a thrilling experience on the road I and then of'coure. there was. another the purpose of getting money to buy S Sheriff L. H. ingrom.-of Klsslmmee, '

,iAe_A.MIw.'...._....' N'1 M M Ib M N,N r M.___.._.....__._.. M M N to TNd.D.r.N.-..----_ .U..M. between the two cities Tuesday night| merry "straw ride"! back to KisSim- a bell for the new church. Everybody was in Narcoossee Tuesday: 'thd"Oa7., ?:

._ -;=:!I..... shall M N N.yw a.i.1..w.p.11, ...:::: ::: Ch.rr..a.i.: ::::: 1LNI when a highwayman attempted to mee. om.'and"bring a girl ore boy. Ice People are penning) cows ,pow .
I I Cwlr.... Irw,. ._CN.r.d.. C.UI.r.". c_. MI.rw..d MMM1.._. hold him up. The Orlando Reporter- GRACE A. TOWNSEND. cream served also. rain has made the grass grow and,everything :
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.awl Lekoe. more
1 I + Star tells of the experience as follows Interl chen, May 11, 1916- Mrs.' D. C- Fielding! of Tampa, re look prosperous.
rrl+...w..M hue'" rxl,s.rb .. sawn H.a Oet. M. 1 IY Iy : i .. ,
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VARIABLE SPRING ROUTE!* LOS TO ANCSELK-S PENVfR!!SALT SAN FRANCISCO.PORTLAND. LAIt1t\COLORADO. Ed. Lannt.er3, hatJ<
1 SEATTLE, ETC.. experience.with the
ON.1.w./. M. ....,.._"...._. CYIwIw.' r .1.. sow" ........_ a highwayman on POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I.
I _............ road. near Connelly between Klssini- .
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AND .lfO.TH..T. dl.wl 0h -
.,....TOTMB.......MOUTH,_....,- '. mee and Orlando, last night about ,
"TH. .CUTHLANO" e. _.... ., .. b_. 7:30 o'clock. Lancaster is 'employed'
l..wMIM .. -
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... ..,J. I N A. MDIXI at the Otey-Gooden and the best of my ability. I will M
r. .rr!* ; I..a. go.rage was FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI conscientious attention to the duties of me to
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PLY1. ... A.".... Ch..wt.. .. ., a .-U.. )
1..r......_......,.P. ...._i...C./s t-eJ A. M. returning from Kisslmmee with Claud 1"of \the'officeyl earnestly solicit your appreciate your vote'!! and suport.

!f m-:Utol Tr. .SODA...JuMTtt--axPSuii.,*' ;\.. M.,ArnvM I:.L::U' .LN A. M.N..IIY..r . Harper' Oakland roadster upon hereby announce myself a candidate vote and support at the Democratic JOE E. JOHNSTON.
la S&I.. ...,. i.*. ,bremJh ,...0.3..... VMBIU4 which he was to make some repairs. I for the office of '
.11. Commissioner June
71w. . .. ,.. .. County Primary
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_.-' i b- .w.....-, ..,. Sid.... ...-..... ..IaIN,.. -w t.,.w.rnl.- -....... Lancaster< was rolling along at a 35-; for district No./ 2, subject to 6th.ERNEST MACH.. : FOR STATE SENATOR .r A A.
.i..1r.d M. W..f S..wNN. ,. I .
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"" W"w I.M.Mw. IMNh... 'L. N. : Y.. .Mr.r. mile clip when ha observed a man the action of the Democratic'primary. '
I ._ ti K- IFF- the'Citizens and Voters of (he '
6 ., ,. H. C. BRETNEY standing in the road ahead of him. E. L. D. OVERSTREET. FOR I To Senatorial Distri tt
,
{ w 11m I ] ftartl. P.- |_ '!-. Thinking that the fellow wanted a ride I Nineteenth, .
;
I ... candidate 'x
11/1 I &-... C N. rtb H.IL. Thereby announce myself a
fJ ,) IMJACLSONVILLk.. ni.O.Y.r he slowed up, but, seeing a gun shim- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. To the'People of Osceola: County: for re-election to the Office of \

I I ........... a./w..... a.M.w'1.w.wrlw r. mering in the man's :hand, Lancaster I hereby announce myself a candidate f hereby announce that I am a can- State Senator from the Nineteenth
changed his mind and speeded up for County Commissioner from didate f re-election to the office of Senatorial District ..C Florida, comprising

again. The man jumped back into the I District No.4, Osceola county, and Sheriff of Osceola County subject to the counties '>f Orange, Semi' '<

ditch at the side of the road and fired wilt appreciate the support of the tho action of the Democratic party at nole and Osceola, subject to the at'- ''I,

three shots after Lancaster! two of I voters .or that district in the approaching the ensuing primary My record is tion of the Democratic Primary to be ,

t'u Cloud which whirred unpleasantly close to I primary. I have served before the people of this county.and held; June 6th. '

St. Department his head. Upon arriving in town Lancaster I four years on the board and feel that J I invite the most searching investigation As you no doubt are aware, a Con'

lost no time in reporting the my experience will enable me to ren of it. If again chosen I promiseto stitutional amendment will be sub
,
I matter to the officers, and a search for I der better service to my constituents use the same dilig..nce for.the' con- mitted to the voters at the next general -

NEWS AND NOTES OF THE -WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN tho would-be bandit was started. Lancaster I than ever before. servation of the law and order in the ,election, providing; for a Senator

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT says the man was dressed inblue O. R. BAS. future as I have used in the past. from each 'county, and if the amendment -

overalls and carried a nickle- Thanking you for your confidence in be adopted, my term. of office ,
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.I .
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plated gun.CHRISTIAN. the past and earnestly solicit :your will expire April, 1939. ;
1 "r The Veterans' Association met Sat Mrs. W H. Eaton spent Tuesday in hereby announce myself n candidate support in the coming primary. Sin- rn view of the above, if honored byreelection ,

urday in G. A. R. Hall, with President Kissimmee. to represent School District No. cerely yours L. H. INGRAM. should the amendment be .1

W. F. Kenney in chair. Song by choir, Miss Lily Ide, who has just returned Z. Can pbell and solicit the ripprrt rejected, I shall not be a candidateto
of the Democratic of that Dis,
voters
"Old Kentucky Home." Ix>rd's Aray erin from Bronson, was very pleasantly! I ENDEAVOR r FOR SUPERVISOROF su ceed myselfARTHUR. ,-
trict. W. R. LANIER. REGISTRATIONI
unison. No minutes read. Collectionfor I surprised last Monday evening when a E DONEGAN.FOR .

Announcement that number of friends met at her home for .
hall 91.44. I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. am a candidate for the office of I

Fri Loyal Daughters serve ice cream and a party. The evening was spent in Rsv. R. P. Anderson, editor of "The I I hereby announce myself a candidate i Supervisor of RegistratUn for Osce REPRESENTATIVETo

it cake at Mosher's this p. m. Lander for games and mu..ic. Christian Endeavor World/' writes of for County Commissioner from ola vote County and support and will in appreciate the Democratic your the Democratic voters of Osceola

social hour Mrs. W. 1 F. Kenney. Song A very enjoyable reception and mu- that famous and good man In our organization District No.1, subject to the Dem-I Primary, June 6th. County: P
.1 by the choir. Piano cola by Edith Hnr- sicale was given by Mrs. Vreeland I1t Prof. Amos B. Well\ : ocratic primary.: EDGAR D. KATZ. I hereby announce my candidacy as

rod. Reading, "How to Manage a Man" her residence on Wednesday afternoonto "Perhaps you have heard that Prof. B. C. MILLER. II representative in the next Legislature '

by Mrs. Morskie. Talk on tobacco fifteen ladies. A number of Rubenstein's Wells is ill, seriously ill. He is recovering FOR COUNTY JUDGEI from Osceola county, subject to

t Rev. Beauchsmp asked how many women pieces were given by Miss \We hope, but is still very FOR STATE SENATOR.I the will of the Democratic voters in
used tobacco. No hands up, and Edith Harrod and Mrs. Vreeland. The poorly." The Lord spared his life I hereby anounce my candidacy for the June priirtary.: i

asked how many 'men did not use it, hostess also played several of her own farther to Christian Endeavor during hereby myself candi- re-election to the office or' County Having served one term in the ,
1. and to our' surprise about twenty'ham). compositions. Songs were given by illness few Let announce a Judge, subject to the action of the Legislature I feel that, if elected to rr
a severe a years ago. date for the office of Senator from
i; went up. Recitation Goldio Groves Miss Epple recitations by Mrs. Brown : us pray that this will be the result the Nineteenth Senatorial District, Democratic Primary of June 6t.h. serve again, I will be better fitted to
Together Through the War"; encore, and Mrs. Thompson. Dainty refreshments 1916. T. M. MURPHY. consider the various measures that '
now. He is one of the grand, long- comprising the counties of Orange '
"My Mother." Recitation by Priscilla were served and enjoyed by termers of C. E., besides being one of, Seminole and Osceola, subject to the FOR TAX COLLECTOR come before the Legislative Body.

Peckham, The Troubles of a Child. everybody. Among those present were the best known religious writers of.the action of the Democratic primary to I will appreciate your support, and
Game of initials, Mrs. Matthews, Wilson Meek Harmon if chosen to fill the position will serve
Mesdames Dale, Nichols <
r country. be held June the 6th 1916. To the people of Osceola County:
Bryan Roosevelt, Champ Clark, Woodard to the best of my ability.N. .
Jacques, Brown, Kibbe I respectfully refer :you to my past In announcing my candidacy for
W. P. Lynch Wv F. Kenoy, E. E- and the Misses Eda C. BRYAN.
Veeder
Thompson .
Have you decided that your aocie'r legislative record. If honored by re-election to the office of Tax Col- .I
Scranton. German song in costume, Epple and Edith Harrod. ty'r will be represented at the July election I shall not be a candidate to lector for Osceola County, I desire to S

lu Mrs. Millar, Mrs. Wise. The title was Mrs. N. II. Severn, who has bean .U-South, convention? If so, who' 11 succeed myself. state that if elected, I promise' to FOR CONGRESS 1
L' much for the scribe. as it was giv- r
too spending the winter here, left Wednesday the delegate to be?. Tell .us the good GEORGE. W. CRAWFORD. give the same personal supervision
eta In German. Song, entitled "Love, for her home in Chicago, IlL ews. to the office as I have done hereto- I hereby announce my candidacy .

Mr. .Millar, called back and gave an Th? new'
Irish song. The Hat Me Father for the Williams Ricketts bakery. itself, C. L. BANDY. in Congress from the Fourth C6ngressional >
Two of appointed ,
Wore. "Star Spangled Banner," sung and they; expect to begin baking on' our: recently I am a candidate for the oft'lce'of I ,.' _A District of Florida'; subject ;

by audience. Adjourned to meet, May Monday. .. press reporters In Southeastern dls- Sheriff of OsceoU County and will FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER to} the action of the'Democraticmary :<<

+ .. 27t.b,1' W.. A., Morris left Wednesday' for, trict are,' Miss Helen Wright, for the appreciate your support the Primary To the.Democratic Voters of Coun '.to be, held on June .6, 191S *.- I.. ,
Presbyterian workers. in- Miami andMiss
Mayor:'May:;and Lewi O'Bryan, of St. Louis Mo. election to be held Jane 6th., ty,Commissioners District ,No. 2: shall make as active a' campaign as. ..

Klsatnunee,'> were SU Cloud callers on Misses Vera Hargravo and Bess Grove[ Selden G, Kent, for Cocoanut If elected to this otice'I' pledgemy I hereby announce myself a candidate the duties of my office will permit.I J

) ,Friday., Strode and Messrs Milford Congregational young people.We honest endeavor to enforce the to represent district No. 2 and appreciate to the fullest extent
Georgeand
welcome them into the ranks of
L *
ad Thursday evening last after spending Kissimmee on Friday afternoon last press my entire time to the duties incumbent voters of that district.B. last primary, and I sincerely trust

the winter at Sarasqta Fla. --"-: upon the effice.CLAY .. G. HANCOCK. my conduct has been such as to merita
The Epworth League of the M. E. For the Children's Home Society a continuation of ,
: R.v/W.: B. Westcott will preach the Church will have a bathing party and beautiful Easter leaflet was issued. ,JOHNSON, JR. COUNTY JUDGE same.W. J. SEARS.

Memorial sermon in the M. E. church supper at the Lake Front on Thursday One quotation would apply also to -FOR SHERIFF-. e i iFOR I

.Sunday,at 10:30 a. m. afternoon. Christian Endeavor as well as other
We are authorized to' announce MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD
-
I C. H. Burdsall, who has been quite Mr. and Mis Bert Powell left Monday good; plans for Christian service: "In- I hereby announce my, .candidacy James W. Lilly as a candidate for
ill is much improved and able to be to make their future home in No- spired by Faith. Prosecuted with
for the office of Sheriff of Osceola County Judge, subject to the actionof I hereby announce candidacy
about again. braska. Love. Justified by Results." Could county, subject to the Democratic the Democratic primary to be held for re-election as a member my of the
Mrs. Gertrude Bowers and
I Misses Cora Anderson and Mattie baby there be any better explanation of Primary. If I am honored by the June 6, 1916. County School Board from District r r
icrne with Mr. and
Wilson' and Messrs- John Andersonand spent Wednesday successful work done for the bettering voters of this county, I promise to No. 2. I have given best efforb'to
Mrs. D. O. Bowers. my
a FOR
COUNTY SURVEYOR.
George Clark went picnicking and of humanity, or the spreading'of devote all of my time and energy to the duties of this position during ;)

blackberrying at Live Oak Lake (on 40040000000440000 Christ's kingdom on.earth?,, the duties of the office and to enforceall I am a candidate for the office of the present term and earnestly solicit ''I

. f Wednesday.The + 0 the laws' of the state without par- County Surveyor for Osceola county, the support of the Democratic voter*

Priscilla Club met with Misses 4 In The Winter Park'Post comes the tiality and to the best of my ability. and will appreciate your vote und support in the coming primary. I pledge myself -
DO YOU KNOW THAT 0 I
sad of the death of Mrs.
Ztittie May and Ruth Wylie at the 0 0 news Raymond L. M. WHIDDEN.FOR in the Democratic Primary, t'1 j continued conscientious service -
Ward of Winter Park Mrs.
home of Miss Wylie on Friday afternoon June 6th. if again honored ballots.
1' by
O best your
Today is. always the day to Ward was formerly Junior Superin- SHERIFF
, ea May 19th. A goodly number was 0 clean upT ALAN J. MacDONOUGH.FOR WALTER BRONSON.
tendent for South Central district -
in attendance and afternoon .
pleasant -
i; a refreshments 4 Fresh air food, rest-these 4 active in many ways in the older society I will be a candidate for the office COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT

passed. Dainty were o three combat tuberculosis of her town, and a most lovable I of Sheriff of Osceola county at the STATE COMPTROLLER
served and club adjourned to meet in '
two weeks. Tho U. S. Public Health Serv- 0 young woman. Sympathy should be primary in June and solicit the support Standing upon my record during ;,

0 ice has reduced typhoid fever 80 0 expressed here to her family, especially of the Democratic 'voters. If the* past term .1 wish to announce to
Walter /rrrowsmith, who has been o cent in some communities? 0 elected I will entire time and
per her husband, who has long been give my the Democratic voters of Osceola
m. spending the winter here with his parents 0 Overeating, constipation, lack faithful to C. E. in Winter Park. attention to the duties,of the office. county my candidacy to succeed myself

left for Dayton, Ohio, Tuesday o of exercfse, foul air eye strain, JAMES It, SMITH. ,in the office of County Superin-
morning,,where he expects to take a o headache IPROSECU'flNG t; il61
produce
may At their pastor's home, on Zack tendent of Public Instruction. If you
i position as draftsman in one of the o Polluted drinking water causes street, Presbyterian Endeavors in ATTORNBTJI believe that record to be a good one,

factories there. o many deaths? 0 Tampa held their' last monthly business hereby announce my candidacy I.will, appreciate your vote and support -

:: C. A. Bush, who has been teaching o An efficient health officer is a meeting. Rev. 'and Mrs. Tims for prosecuting: attorney: of the County at the primary, June 6th.

In St. Petersburg this winter stoppedin good community investment? 0 Court of Osceola County, subject
l' are. heartily in.!accord with the workan C. E. YOWELL.
our city over Sunday on his way top o Bad teeth handicap children? + dpieasurea 'of'their young people. to the action of the Democratic primary -

p New York. 0 Insufficient sleep endangers 4 Refreshments followed the routine 'of of June 6. FOR CLERK OF COURTTo

ki11. Fred Phipps and Courtney Helms health ? V business and 'it.was, an evening well. W. B. CRAWFORD.FOR ;

i r d. Taft l Monday evening. They will travel l 4 i spent.v < TAX COLLECTOR- the Democratic voters of Osceola ,

together as far as Cincinnati Ohio, 0004404444004000. County: ':

d from 'where Fred goes to Illinois and "The Reporter-Star has a fine picture I hereby announce nay candidacy Thanking you for your kind support \ '

Courtney Helms to Dillsboro, Indo MY CREED. of Dr. McConnell, Presbyterian for the office of Tax Collector of Os in the' past, I hereby announce

r", ',-I* .L, Lucas left Saturday evening pastor hi" Orlando, also a view of theBLOOD ceola county .subject. to the Democratic myself as a, candidate for_ reelectionto
: I t would be true for there those the office of Clerk of the Circuit
for T&wp" ; are Primary'of June 6th. I believe
i Madams G. H. Clark. J. D. Woody that trust me; A that I am fully competent v to fill Court of Osceola County at the Democratic ,."'

beck;; P. D. Marine and E. E. Ely motored ( I would be pure, for there are those thug I office to the, satisfaction of ,.the 'primary, June 6th. 1916, and
to Orlando on Wednesday. who care; earnestly solicit your support If reelected -
taxpayers and promise, if honored %by
Charlie Griffin of Kisufanmee, WAS I would be strong, for there is nnch TAYLOR'S to the office I assure yon: thatI
? ,I your ballots, to:give my ,beat attention
will give the IBm. faithful and
jn our'city Monday. to suffer you .
x BEST and ability to fulfilling the duties
1 I would be brave for there is mad impartial service that I have endeavored
business caller
D. G. Perry,was' a incumbent .poa'mo., :_ J
to gin In the put; .
lut' to darei .
? Orlando .Pr1dgy
at I will appreciate :yow support, and .. 'l
thimble I would b.'fd.nd'of' "aD-u'foe'; the Very respectfully
MrsEd, George gave a par ", vote.
.friendless J.. L. OVERSTREET.. E. P. THA'G"AR:; -
tyTbesdsy afternoon at her home la ; GUBDQN H. CLABK., \ .

!' honor of .Mrs. Severns. who leaves "Irwoald bo 'giving. and forgetth.': MEDICINE ,. ,FOB COUNTY SURVEYOR.J' of Marion,County, '.MI ti
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north:: 'cift '. i FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER .. IN'
,soon for the ._ ; ,' .q
FOR RHEUMATISM '
G. A. Bleech and daughter,'Ella,'left [' -would be 'humble ,for.1".''know, any -' To.the Voters of Osceola(County'. STAKEC COMPTROLLER,{ Ra" .' !tt!

Friday 1 ..*..I << for I'HfOadale Klch.. weakness;' I hereby announce ttiat t am a candidate I hereby announce my candidacy: for fa 1A..as/ .".
f t Ii1r. Bl.eeb wifl spend A month visit.relatfra :>t< would'look'lup'', "'and I.ajbandr foe the1 office"of County Com:* th.s position>> of County Surveyor,'* -If v ;. ,
.* mWoaer from itM 'First District.';; If elected 'to" fin'this position' promiseto Doriiocrafjc'Ptifurie s'' ,' /J
h'!. "' 'U4 *.; Ella. lo" and lift ;*ju..f \; .

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FRIDAY. MAY 26, 1.1.. THE KISSIMMEE _VALLEY GAZETTE 1" PAGE,S

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14 f' *:fiAPT, R. E, ROSE ISi I UMY' V WlF E IS USING ANDES !''SAM S GRIFFIN' SELLS t W8LEY BROTHERS TO property within: the will present' probably year be'They, Improved own I I for preached the occasion'a Casino strong.which As sermon an],was expressionof at seared theGraystone ,z


:; GIVEN MUCH PRAISE I 700. ACRES OF LANDTh BUILD BIG' 'STRUCTURE Miami some of Florida the most, for valuable one piece property of which In their welcome all the other

,
churches
the bold
.. 1MIH GREAT RESULTS"Say. they recently refused $800,000." of city. noevening
service ''
i .- friends of Sam Griffin
FORM RESIDENT' OF OSCEOUA J many FORMER RESIDENTS OF KISSIM-
of Orlando, who U well known in The Casino was comfortably filled
MEE BREAK GROUND FOR '
: COUNTY yruo is NOW STATE KlBsimnvoe and Osceola county, will THREE-STORY BUILDING IN LARGE CROWDS-GREET and the audience listened with close
CHEMIST RE-NOMINATED FOIL Well-Known Local attention' to the sermon which
\ interested in the Item ,
: following.
TULSA, OKLAHOMA.,: R E J
POSITION FOR THE FIFTU cal Contractor, the Orlando Sentinel PASTOR stamped Rev, Mr.. Falls as a deep 1
11'S ONCE DRUGGISTS HERE-OWN NEW BAPTIST
I. FOUR-YEAR PARTY.'TERM BY .DEMOCRATIC ' I "J'YY1///a "S. S. Griffin yesterday: closed' si PROPERTY AT MIAMI- student and eloquent speaker.. As a u

Feels ,It His Duty to Sp deal whereby J,: C. Marshall, of Chicago --- fitt.lnc.climas to the strong sermon a
=
J. Kisslmmee expressed its welcometo number of took. the pastor's f
into of Mr. persons
,'comes possession
Capt. R. E. ,Rose, Florida's 'State l Out I I.I' I..I Griffin's, .grove and largo tract of land Many friends of-, the Townley tfce Kov, O. B,' Falls, the new Baptist hand .and signified their intention.of
brothers/ who residents of KIs '
4. Chemist is, being, highly praised for lying south, of Winter Garden. The were /pastor, at the two services ,last affiliating,with the church.: 4
his work and complimented upon the Still I'citizen another of well known and Tor Influential ward grove consists' of twenty acres! but simmee several l year] ago, when they Sunday,,, :Jorge crowds 'attended the The Rev. Mr. Falls come from

i fact that he had no opposition for: and endorses Andes Tampa, the come new medicine the remaining property is quite conducted, a drug store on the comes !services at the church in the morning, Texas and fills the pastorate made Ivacant

jt re-election.. This Is pleasing, news to that everybody Is .talking; about, and,, .large, totalling 700 acresVof<<: lard. The hellO the Katz store, Is now located, !when a beautiful and impresive installation by the..resignation of Dr A.
*- ;i. many friends in Osceola county which is doing so much food among; all new owner spent the winter reason: I will be interested (to the followingitem ceremony was held, and again 3 Holt who has taken up evangelistic i
classes This time It Is W. A. HagerIman | I i from the Tulsa, Oklahoma Dem-
where he was one of the pioneer res the 'Well known electrical con-:l'1t I Ojakfand.: He will develop the landi In the evening when Dr Falls Vork.
Jdcnt.SJ:, aklng of him the 'Talla. tractor., whOM place of business If titBay a large scale. This (I. one ''of the ocrat I --
St. Mr. Hagrerman's aaUvltles ex-l i ,
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"Ground was' broken this' morningby -
\. hassee Record says: tend all over the city and he has bunt'' largest land deals made in Orange .
;;',..J "For. the fifth successive four-year up In the past few years one of thestrongest county recently. The purchase price the Townley Bros, for the three- "
4.... term, Captain R. E. Rose, Florida'sState In Tampa.: electrical Independent shops I|was not revealed but it is known to story' fire-proof building they will
Chemist has been unanimously recommend erect op the vacant lot on South Main
I He doe not hesitate to run into the thousands of don an. Mr.
nominated by the Democratic partyof Andes for the good that It has done-, Griffin street between the Stansberry and
who is candidate for sheriff,
his wife, and 1< loud In IU praise. My a Glass buildings The contract: for
his State. wife. Is using; Andes, he said a few' says that he has now disposed of all Save Money by Ordering Early
t'. "This expression of confidence and day ago to the Andes man at Cot- his land holdings and will thus t be> Townley building was Monday awarded ,
of the tore drugstore.. to R. A. Wilder and the building
approval of his administration
able to give his full time to that office
I I And 1 have com for more 'of the Packing House Machinery Needed
, affairs of this important office is Prescription, as It certainly Is" doingwonder. ; \ if elected. < completo will entail an expenditureof ;
-t, fully appreciated by the State Chemist .. Her trouble has 'kept her about $50,000, making it one of the
':,: and Ii illustrated by the followIng :I upset and It pulled her down until she 0oooooeooooo0000. very best buildings of its kind in' the Cost of all materials used in good
I grot In a pretty bad condition. She
'
.,,;;" quotation from the annual ad- was unable to sleep well, and kept tired 0 city. The building will include a full machinery is advancing rapidly
*v dress of Professor H. H. Hume, President : mo.t of' the time. She could hardlyeat DO YOU KNOW THAT basement and the dimensions' will be because of increasing demand from
I anything; without having; trouble 0 50x100 abroad. There ia no reason to .
Horticul- 4
State
\, of the Florida feet) .
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over It. Her stomach would.nil up ,
> *' tufal Society, at the convention of and she would have a heavy, 0 Efficient muzzling of dogs will 0 On the ground floor will be located believe that lower figures will obtain
this most representative body of shed-up feeling, also was oonstantlyhaving 0 eradicate rablosT! + store rooms. The two upper rooms for some time to come.

Florida horticulturists and agriculturists .This to belch condition up sour made undigestedfood. her .utter 0 The protection of the health of will be used for hotel PUrpoIlCI..there 9-, Months ago we bought as much

at Arcadia, April, 1916. all the time from constipation, and the 4 children is the first duty of the 0 being fifty rooms with bath connected material.we felt would be required'

"When we come to speak of the lack of and nourishment reduced the made vitality.her*'loseflesh She .0 Nation. with each room. The building will be to take care of our trade, but our

work accomplished by the Divisionof also had chills and fevers, and female 0 Bad temper is sometimes merely steam-heated throughout. reserve stocks will flOOD, be exhausted.
r Chemistry in our State Department trouble and has suffered for ten or 0 a symptom of bad health? "The erection of this building inaugurates It would be wise to order now.
twelve years. The money that I spent S
ef Agriculture at Tallahassee, has been a great deal but nothing did 0 Insanity costs -every inhabitant 0 a construction campaignby
it is impossible to separate the office her any good whatever 0 in the United States $1 per year? > the Townley brothers that will not I I Buy Skinner Machinery

from the man, for the one might patent I have medicine never paid advertisements much attention but to 0 The U. S. Public Health Service + cease until they have erected a number "Satisfaction Guaranteed"

not be much without the other. And the many Andes testimonials from well 0 has proven that typhus is of business Weeks in the business\
when we take notice "f the work accomplished -I known Tampa people of position and 0 spread by lice? district. They are the owners of the Bu"itnowandsavemonf'Y. You
prominence seemed' entirely different I
in years past and still being from the usual run of advertisement., r Untreated pelagra ends in insanity < fifty foot south of the Majestic theater will be sure of good service and a '

ft; so ably carried forward, we can- altd' convinced. me that it was worth 0 ? 0 fifty feet adjoining the Drew square deal. J. C. Chase writes_ : .
,: not but be impressed with the fore- looking; Into.I 0 In the lexicon of health there building on the south, and 217 feeton
and In few let have
purchased one bottle a "I wish would us
sight, honesty of purpose and rare days from the time my wife began to 0 Is no such word as "neutrality" South Main street south of the you will be
recent
''i 1 Rood judgment which has marked the use It she felt better. This la the third ,,0 against disea e1' 0IO Tenth street garage. AH of this your most catalog so we ;
bottle and the two that she has already in position tome up orders for the coming
: management of this office.! This work I Tho death rate of person under "
I used has made a wonderful Im ,
We have be:.-n your wahhers from g' 1
in large measure has been educative provement. She can eat most anythingand '4 45 is decreasing; of those The Quinine That Dees Mot Affect 'The .fin. season. using
It does not hurt her The chills + Because of Its tonic sod laxative effect, LAXAT1VK the time they were first put on the market. The improvements
direct : 45 it is
hut it has also been of imnvsnHe: over increasing? *
I have stopped and her weakness la getting 1 BROMO QUININK I.better than ordinary in this machine during the past year:or so have 'been
benefit in fertilizer, stock feed !: better 4 o Ouinine and doe. not cause nervouaaee nor
better every day. She; sleeps "
and human food control." II and Is gaining weight. To makea + 00 + + v+ + .. + "The work of Florida's State Chemist I long story short, the medicine has 1 I II machines that make up the Skinner line are fully
done her good In every way, and we
,I ill evidently also appreciated by are giving Andes credit for It all, and described in our new catalog. Send for a FREE copy today.

->. the Agricultural Press of the South, I' let that other Is the sufferers reason I know feel It that my duty Andes to I N At U R E L. B. 'Skinner Mfg. Co. a

as c\i
:, from the 'Southern Ruralist,' one I eMr. Payne, In sneaking. of the good Lee Ave., Dunedin, Florida -
; results that Mrs. Hagerman obtained ,
of the most widely read agricultural I from his "Premier Preparation," said: Blowers Ground.Limestone makes acid soils IIUHIHIIIIIIMIUIUIIIIIIIHIHIUIIHIMMHHUIIIMIHIIIIIIIIIIIHUI MIIMIIUIIIUIHUUIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII tij ttimrrn
journals in America, in the issue of I Andes I* a powerful reconstructivetonic sweet. It releases potash salts and imparts

ii; -.'- April 1, 1916: and by acting quickly directly overcomes on this the condition vital-: I strength and vigor to growing mops and trees. , ,) r.

"Too late for insertion in this issue I organs, toning them up and enabling Blowers' limestone ground unusually fine ,
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{ of the 'Ruraliat' we have received a them to perform their proper functions, readily mixes with the soil. Contains no impurities s p 00010000000..000000000000000000000000000000000010..
no the impurities are soon eliminated I -can be applied at time is
press bulletin} from the State Chem from the system In a natural way. It any -
,;, ist of Flo.'I<1c., with the title: ) brings back the appetite, makes the I inexpensive. Write for literature and prices.

'Ground Feldspar Not Recommended: put.liver a active person clear in good up the condition akin and for; Blowers lime & Phosphate Co. 1 ROUND TRIP RATESA1fNEWYORK : .

as a Fertilizer by the U. S. Department the spring months g) _ _' Box Ie 308, Ocala, Florida
t .
of Agriculture, Nor the State
Andes Prescription, so Highly recommended !
Chemist of Florida.' In passing we
I, ;
by W. A. Hagerman, 916

t" wish the I course to go on and record attitude as commending of Captain Bay Street, Tampa, is now on sale in "."..."..'.''" :',',':,':,'O',,':::',',', :',,':::::: : A $ 1 U J I
: Kissimmeo by Corner Drug Store, the i LIMIT OCTOBER 31st
Rose. Were all state chemists as exclusive -. 04 ,
agents. -
zealous as he In protecting and assisting .

the public the perrenniaf crop r THE SPIRIT OFHELPFULNESS -
citrus
Tho, growers of Winter. Garden CHICAGOSold !
of fakes would dwinde"the I .
,
'held a field meeting lost; week $$41" 20

',:.. :. n whole field of medicine I: with,a large attendance., Lloyd Ten- ,June 2-3.4aLlmt. T : ;
there I. not a" healing remedy that i ny, cf the Florida Growers': and June 22nd' :T

'-: :- will repair damage to the flesh more I pers: League addressed them, ShiP-I is an important part of this

t quickly than BALLARD'S SNOW ,W. Yothers; Aosistant Entimologist, bank's service. LOUISe
LINIMENT. In cuts, wounds, sprains, S. Department of Agriculture, spokeon t sae ST.
: burns, scalds and rheumatism, its insects and spraying methods. While it is conservative in $35
June 9-1j..H-Lh;
healing and penetrating power is ex principles, it is also progressive i
traordinary. Price 25c, 60c, and $I The Stewart International Pulp and June 25th
g
per bottle. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. Fibre Company will erect a plant at in its methods and reaches out s ia

.-Adv. Miami for the production of cellulose for new business. et :4 gt

\ from vegetable fibre. It is understood a Atlantic Coast Line
CARD OF THANKS.We that the sawgraes: of the Evergiadeo is Your account is cordially in J

desire. 4d hereby express our to be used for this purpose.WANTED vited. Standard Railroad of the South ?

appreciation to the very many friends A

rK; who so kindly ministered to our little if"

Iva during: her last sickness for their
constant care and attention, and for
The Standard Hide and Junk 5
their many expressions of sympathy.
i CHARLES SESSIONS Co., Orlando Fla., are paying the 1 I 3 3u
HAZEL SESSIONS highest cash price. for Hides

I Ib --- Skins, Tallow, Wax Old Rope. [ SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT I
IP Old Rags Old Metals, Old Rob
NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD ber, Tires, etc. Ship them your .

hide aDd junk ,and get prompt
Expels scrofulous humors from the retnrni. The largest house in ARTHUR E. DONEGAN i iI .. r i1 p J-5L U1 ,5
,
f blood, which cause constipation, malaria Central Florida. Write, Wire or I

rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pirn Telephone. Warehouse No. 10, L PAUL K. WEAVER, ;;:

,, pies, etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy East Church._ :istI \

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The Kissimmee Valley.u" Gazettt terrible tangle, but nothing of the ]land has ever committees and rank high in (ability and character .... ... ... 0 o. 0 0" 0 to o ..o 0... . to. to .... .0. . :!
happened since" H. Clay' Crawford has been in the. among his fellows. On a number of occasions / ;
L -. office. The Reporter-Star believes that rotation in i he has shown that he i i. a safe and 'sane leader "SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE .
is .......... ac..rp rrlda'. office is a wholesome thing because many men become and above all he has not been "trimmer" /
.,.,._ !. T.ll., UMt ........, KI..lea.eh Pit,. lax dictatorial discourteous in their a or a I I rP44480443d
.v or or demagogue.. Having given painstaking study to the 1
OSCEOLA COUNTY
AND
W. .. HAMRIS AND K. O. VANS' AttHEWi; O........, conduct of office, and no man .should get into his great questions that he must act upon he ha acted I i
.. ....... head that nobody can run the ,office quite as well without regard-to- popular acclaim 'preferrine lo
.14 10. NAVOLB. Balls M I .
+<"OOUOOoOO 04 to O .
OOHO"OTh H .+
I as he. When such a condition arises it is time for await the sober second thought of those ,who take 0.0000 .
............. n..... _. that man to be ousted from the, office he holdt. But time to think &l all 'has justified him, for City Counc" "it of Klusimmeo.has were made by members',of the states
On. Copy., One Year ......_.._._....._..._._. 1I.le' the office of Secretary of State it somewhat different he has been"right.. very generally put the local: band'on the.city payroll association at Kissimmee and the occasion ..< 1
On. Copy SI* Month _.................'.... l.tJOn. .
f' Copy Thr!. Months ..___-..-.--___-... .71 in the case of Mr. Crawford.( JHe has always ', "In a word this paper believes Senator Bryan (o _giN free concerts, I in the. park.-. proved very interesting-Florida -
been and continues to be prompt, courteous and has made good, and we believe that he' should be Florida Grower. Times-Ui.ion.. fl.
communication, except from our authorize* efficient. He must have been intended especiallyto "
orrcipondtnt. must b. signed by the wrll.r. re-elected. We say this without,, intent to disparageor I -+- The Manatee Redcdrd mlsreads"t.heommercial'lI *
be Secretary of State for Florida. ,He fits the Kissimmee "will have "Tick Erad.
Rejected matter will not b. returned unless called detract from either''' of the gentlemen who a '
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for_ job and, the job fit* him. .There is no occasion to are Icatlon Day" on June 8. Experts from editorial on the subJect 1
him. It
running against doe .
simply appear .
not to of lion. II. Clay Crawford. There wag *,
(ecoidclaaa Entc.vd In the matter.I'oilofflc) In.'Kl..lmraee, Florida retire him. .. .. I I u". (o, be good policy for the. .people. of the. state to the government will deliver agricultural addresses'Wauhuln department not the slightest ground (or consld.
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displace Senator bryan at this time merely to grat ering that the article suggested Will
7 ONE CENT LETTER POSTAGE. Ify.the ambition of some one else even' though that Advocate.The .
FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1916. I Crawford or any one else as the ne-4.
-:- some one else might be ever so worthy. Now if -0-- cessor' when the present Secretary t
---- I r One cent letter: postage is attracting the at Senator Bryan were inferior in ability, or lacking first annum: shoot of the Flor- State retires.- I

'Do you want the lake bulkheaded ? tention of( Congress 50 bills calJinS" for the inau in fidelity to the great trust that has been reposed ida Trapshootcr's' Association was, held For -the benefit of*,the '.Record we

Tucker Duration of a one cent rate on local delivery .let in him or if he had failed to gain standing and in Kissimmee-last week and broughta will state it is our beltef that such an J
| We do and Wade says he will do it, if len having been introduced. prestige-.among his fellow Senators it might be well of experts te that city, office would have no lure for Will )
he i is given the electric light contract. Many newspapers throughout the country are lo make a change. But the reverse is (rue. A great where they were well entertained by Crawford. lie is another of those !
-'" '- warmly advocating the lower rate, and the inau- many very capable judge look upon Senator Bryanas the local organization. Tho sport Of men who have made good in their ;;
The city still handles the business just as at guration of a so-called "zone"system for the transportation the ablest of the four contestants. He is at least shooting clay pigeons is highly" regarded chosen lines. In, his own line. Will
present and merely pays Tucker for lurnishing'llecurrent. of literature of all kinds. the equal of the others in I
periodical At ability. No charge of ,' by many, afToidinjr/ out door <'xjcrcisc stands as eminent as does his father
the present time the great bulk of mail being carried I failure to do his full duty has been made, or can be and requiring accuracy. poise in the office he has graced, and we i
: :- distances under second class rates is furnished truthfully made, against him. He has gained I
and The city will pay for the current completelymanufactured by t the magazine publishers o'f the large eastern standing among his fellows in the Senate, as is I good health. Some ve-ry' fine scores48G6404 munt.'rative.-Loosburg Commercial, 'I
e just as it now pays for thewood and cities. Train load after trainload of magazines! shown by the important committee assignments he .. J
other things used in the manufacture of electricity are sent out to all parts of the ountry al a cost of holds. bfi0w .
and wilts continue to sell the "juice" to the consumer one cent a 'po{ nd, although it {,has been estimated "The fact i is that Senator Bryan is regarded ,
if the Tucker contract is approved. by postal experts that it costs. over eight cents It one of the big men of the Senate. .
-: :- I pound to deliver such literature. 'Is it wise alter getting a man into a commanding il Letters From Our ReadersEVERGLADES I
More factories apd more pay rolls will result This, it is claimed, is manifestly unfair to tae! position, to tear him down and cast him aside
from (the increased electrical capacity of the publishers of newspapers in local territories who merely that another of no more ability and who
Tucker plant. Kissimmee needs this sort of devel- are required to pay the same rate for transportation must al best take years to acquire the same infl- . - " r . . _ - _ _ ___ _'.A... ,
opment and e\ery free holder can help himself by of their products. It is proposed and will he- ential standing may be given a coveted place? : DRAINAGE.Ft. million to a million dollars a yeiir.
voting in favor of the Tucker contract. come a part of the readjustment of( postage rates This paper thinks such a course would be most un-, They pay Ions than $50,000 a year !1
: :- when such are made, that a zone system be established ,wise. It would be poor business policy for the' Ltuderdale Fin May 18, M6. now. '.,
Plant, shade trees along] the county roads. Nowis so that certain rates shall be charged f for all I people to turn down a tried and true and experienced i i Kissimmee Valley Gazette, We are not asking, your readers, t
the time to begin this, work, while hardsurfacedroads classes of publication for the first fifty miles an- man to experiment with some one else and''r Kisfiiinincc 1-100'id"J; however to help-us out because it is ,'
are being built. We hope that the County other for 50 to 150 miles, another for 150 to 300 ( this is a question that the people ought to settle on !I Heap s1s-1: I trust you will permit profitable, but because it is light. The
Commissioners will for the planting ot miles and to haul which would extend business principles. They should for themselves I to tell : I )j
arrange | so up a reason I i Ii me my story through your paper |, State of Florida has made promises '
trees along the new Orlando-Kissimmee road at ;:i across the continent. In this way the publishers of and vote lor the man they believe best qualified -'. to your read en. jof drainage; of Everglades::; which ;4 t
once and that when the work of laying other brick big fTagazmes would be required to pay the government to serve them. So very important a matteras I am ono of the more than 20,000.induced many thousands of us to invest 3
highways is begun the planting of trees will go what it actually costs to transport their pro- the selection of a United States Senator shouldnot people who have put my hard cur:u'd .1' our money these and when the ,!:
ahead. rapidly as does the paving. duct. be turned over to itinerant agitators, who probably motley\ into E\ergludcs land and I did people of Florida ar" nil given the .
-. -. i Under the present rate the United Sf tea mails: have an axe to grind or to a few local politicians it because the drainage of the Ever true facts, I know that they will insist \;
Rull Dass believes in improving the breed of transport such magazines as Leslie's an average of 'i who, for some hoped-for personal advantage glades was a state project otherwise I i that their state officer! carry out :
cattle on the ranges of Osceola county. He has 1000 miles at (the same rate they would charge a exert themselves for this or that candidate. I should not have bought n foot of the state promises, of drainage without "
imported a car load of Brahman bulls and has sold newspaper for the average haul of fifty miles. This I "The selection of a United States Senator is a land.I further delay.Thanking "
them out to the cattlemen of the county. He deserves means a large subsidy for Leslie's Weekly, amounting big question. it touches the interest of all the |: for ..he privilege of
I bought the land ill 1 I/Ofl!><)! and came you !
.1 commendation for bringing in these cattle. to about $400.000 per annum. Some of the I people and they should settle it solely on a decision -, to Florida (lie next year to examinemy your columns, I am, ,
As the cattle of our county improve, the county* Mill other magazines having much larger circulation of who is best qualified to serve them. The land. I found it ulld..r' water or Very truly yours, .'
I go ahead. Cattle have been our greatest asset and benefit to a much greater degree. When it is con- question of helping this man or that man to climb | rather I did not find it at all, ns it was H. E. KNAPP.WOL'LD i
anything that makes them more valuable is a help'' sidered that Leslie's Weekly charges over $Ill')() the ladder of fame has no place in a matter of not even surveyed by the state. It was r r
the whole issue for its advertising such What (the should do is to'
to county. per page per single space, grave import. people : represented to me that the canals ) \'Ol' AVOID RED Bl'GS ;
and that one-half of the taken" elect the who by of and i |
is ability
-: :- or more periodical man reason expe- which were needed for drainage of the r
i Are candidate? Then don't (forget, f.le'. with it fair rience. best able them. The people' -
you a to up advertising hardly seems to u ers is to serve land I hcd bought would soon ba: fin- i *
your expense account on or b.forelay! 29th. Thisis of letter postage and to newspaper publishers .that should think of their own interests first. They do ished. In 1911, I believe H was I was i The first lap of the annual scratch <*
the second filing and must be made between May they should pay the government a profit of 100 not owe any of the candidates a debt to be paid I i ia shown a copy of a contract to which I is scheduled to begin noon after you
25th and 29th i per cent when none of it is used to defray gene -,,1 I the, rol"! They.owe Senator Bryan nothing except the state was a party calling for the make the !first trip to the blackberry j
t. : j expenses of the department, but goes instead to the commendation that is due to any worthy ', completion of these canals by July [patch. Although the Bureau of Crop/ f" r.I \
MIAMI METROPOLrS FOR SEARS.I I take care of the deficit created by the loss incurredin I public servant and they are certainly under no ob- i 1913. 1913 came and went, 1914 and Estimates: \ has not reported the acre- h
-:- distributing these magazines at one cent a pound, ligation to his opponents. So far as we know Mr. I 1916 have passed, and not one of those I age of red bugs this year a personal I '
The Miami Metropolis one of( the few papers a rate which is almost a franking privilege. Wall has never done any public service so con- canals is finished yet.I !exposition will convince anyone that
which have been opposed to the re-election Congressman : Newspapers should properly represent the territory spicuous as to lay the people under obligations to I have that the crop is plentiful. This is one y
kept hoping
W. J. Sean, has changed its viewpoint in which they are published and carry the ad- him and Senator Bryan' other two opponents have my land would be made against available hope, but I crop with which no problems of dis- ,-
and has come out in his favor. After reviewing the vertisements of the nationally advertised productsin already been honored far beyond the honor paid to I have given hope of tribution are connected, as a self- .r\'"
r, cause! of its opposition the Metropolis says in part: their territories are seldom considered nowadaysin other Floridians who have been just as conspicuous using it. up now ever conducted tour among the habitations j?>
"He is asking to be returned to Washington asa the distribution of big advertising appropriations.The in rendering disinterested public service. Mr. of this sociable organism will prove. ,.
man better qualified to be of service than he WAS ,I money goes rather to huge magazine corporations Gilchrist has been Speaker of the House of Representatives It is seven years sinee I bought this J. R Watson, entomologist to the ,
two years ago. and is making the race in a clean. which are growing fabulously rich and which and Governor of the State. Mr. Tram- land and I have been in Florida six University of Florida Experiment j
manly way that the Metropolis likes. I pay. only a fraction of the cost to the government mell has been President of the State Senate. Attorney years now, paying taxes on my un- Station, suggests the following precautions '
:, State Governor of the drained land, working at what I can for those who wont to
a> "Nor has the Metropolis, or any one else ever for the service furnished them. General of the and are
; had a criticism to make of Joe Sears as a man. He The reason one large magazine business is paying State in.'rapid'succession. He finishe3 his term as find to do, draying around town, pick I wander through neglected fields,briar l:
ii clean, and kind, and .no admirer of things that! profits may be noted in the case of three trade Attorney General of-the State and assumed the duties ing up what jobs have offered of work patches, shrubbery' and weeds.: A }\ '
hint at vice or corrup conditions. He has real love publications controlled by it. The actual value of. of the Governorship all on the same day. and by the day. . bath in hot water containing plelfi\ '
I know it is not the: fault in the
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:! for Florida and a deep consciousness of his responsibility these publications is about $200.000. yet owing to now before completing his term as Governor he of soap or salt, after one has visited .
: as the state's .representative. advantages given by the second class rate .and the asks that we thrust Senator Bryan aside in order I slightest of the people of Florida that the foregoing'haunts of red bugs, will]

.I "All oLthese things--and his really honest viewpoint resultant increase in their advertising, they were. that he may have yet another honorable and lucrative the Everglades are not drained, the rid him of their company. Probably .!
blame, if blame there is, must be :.
I ,' toward the Keating-Owen bill-make him the recently sold for 1500000. is declared that positions awaiting! him at the end of his termas I the best method is to dust flowers of ,',
but
placed- am not going to condemn +
; safest of the candidates seeking the office he hold ;upon its latter valuation they paid a stock dividend i- i Governor. I ret even the politicians who sulphur in the stockings, around the kj, "
anyone
and other of the bodyor
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"It is all well, of course, for our politiciansto belt on parts
..s "The Metropolis asks Miami voter. who of 50 cent. i very
every per have
used the
Everglades
\ as political
\ withdrew his support of Sears because of the stand j I When it is realized that publishers of news- : want all of the plums in sight but it is also well t)plaything. a clothing: which are apt to collect }.
auditomm I and cities for the people to consider their own interests in |i r red bugs. Naphalene may be used ::1;
school scarcely
. '. this paper has taken to go to the papers in the smaller towns I want to put my case, and the case instead of sulphur.
s. tonight and hear Mr. Sears speak for himself.We more than break even and make living for their making these important selections. Consideredfrom of 20,000 others simil.irly situated, before '.
4 I believe that if he explains his actions in Washing publications is it not fair that the government : the standpoint of public welfare the Tele- the readers of the Gazette. I Itching may be relieved by application ,
I the thinks it would be folly for us to sacrifice the I of ammonia, soda a six: percent
ton as frankly and as lucidly in a public address as should collect from these huge corporations cost graph t The money spent in the Evergladeshas "
": he has in his personal conversation with us, that of service entailed? This remarkable condition of standing we now have in the Senate by reason of I been scattered over iOOO square solution of formalin, alcohol, '}
t his hearers will be convinced of his. sin.eerity. and affairs has been revealed by investigations which Senator Bryan's'high standing. We ought to keep I miles some main canals are under way, .; camphor or peppermint to the.swollen I
as the Metropolis has done, return to his support." have been made by the National One Cent Letter him on the job and lend him such high "assistance i but the lands that my lends and I places. Red bugs do not stay on human ,{"
. Postage'' Association with headquarters at Cleveland as we may toward enlarging his prestige. i bought these six or st-yen years no i IS beings long because man is not
f VOTE FOR H. CLAY CRAWFORD. Ohio. This association is seeking to secure a MIMBMM.. *, | just as far from drainage as ever, it'''r their natural host Those who are .
; of charges AND ORANGE COUNTY FOR SEARS unaccustomed to maintaining: them
-'- one cent letter rate and a readjustment ORLANDO seems to me.
; Adrian P. Jordan, editor; of the Punta Gorda made on the carrying of second class mail whichis That Orlando and Orange county are solidly, or I do not suppose there is a single I! need not be alarmed at the first at-

I Herald is a good newspaperman. He is doing a very largely furnished by the big magazine pub almost so. for Congressman W. J.Sean, of this city state in the Union where there ore not''' tack. Eventually they will not demand ;
,i4I o- noble work in his chosen profession for the people lishers.It in his campaign..fof re-election is the contention of from several hundred to several thousand '' so much attetion.
. :; of his city, county and state and we believe that is pointed out that if a zone system were to the Orange County Citizen. Editor C. E. Howard disappointed: buyers of Ever- I 1 I
he can accomplish more good in the future years be applied the' rate on letter postage could be low- writes as. follows: glades land and who are waiting there POISON KILLS BLISTER BEETLES 1
by remaining in the harness as an active editor. He ered the advertising placed in the local newspapers "Orlando will surely support Congress man Joe I for its drainage; there :are probably I I
I. J is a good. honest, capable gentleman and we do not ,where it belongs and the big magazines required to Sears for re-election I over one thousand in the state of Goer- I Blister beetles, sometimes called j jI
/. want to lose him from our ranks. share some of their fancy profits with the government "It is important that Orlando obtain a new post- gia; there are several hundred buyersof j I Spanish flies, old fashioned potato --
, ;j He has aspired for the office of Secretary of which is now carrying their product at a office building. with utmost speed. these lands in each of the Carolinasand I, bugs and yankee bugs, feed on" It
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: State and wishes to succeed H. Clay Crawford who loss estimated at over $75.000,000 per year, for at "There; is no other public necessity so vitally in Alabama- Most of these people number of plants. They are most destructive -
.' has so efficiently served the state in that capacityfor I the present time the department is losing over prersing at this time. could ill afford the money which they to cultivated plants, suchas 'f
I many years. We do not believe that an efficient ,$75.000,000 per year on periodical mail which is "The integrity of business: relation, preventionof have put'into the proposition, they are, potatoes and tomatoes. They maybe .i'
. R 1 servant should be discharged from office simply |offset by a profit of more than that amount from mistakes, promptness of mail delivery preven- I am afraid, advising! their friends to controlled by spraying with lead J
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" 'I'' to give another man his job' and for that reason we letter mail. tion of unseemly jostling of all sort of people, male "stay away from Florida. I,arsenateJ.. R. Watson entomologist 'I 1
" .s believe that Mr. Cr.wfordshould be re-elected. and female white and negro the importance of This Everglades situation has, I to the Universtiy of Florida Experiment ':'
1 :} He has two sons living in Kissimmee-W. B. STRONG BRYAN EDITORIAL. time and a hundred other reasons demand a remedyfor know, hurt the State of Florida very I Station recommends one and 'i
't', \ Crawford our prosecuting attorney and C. G. -:- the present intolerable condition. much. If you want to know what the one-half pounds of lead arsenate ,
Crawford a clerk in his brother's office. Both of The Bradford County Telegraph, published at "Considering that the first effort to secure a build- feeling is, writo to your friends if you i powder of three pounds of paste to f//
them are worthy sons of a noble sire and it would Starke, came out last week in a strong editorial sup- ing commenced many years ago."That have them in Chattanooga or Nashville 50 gallons of water. Zinc arsenate "
. be a source of much pride to them to have their porting Nathan P. Bryan for re-election to the the lot ha been in the possession of the -there are many Everglades buyersin may be used instead of lead arsenate.
: home county record a big vote for their father. We United States Senate. The editorial reads as follows postoffce: department for a number of years. both these cities. Paris green one pound to fifty gallons j
I want them to feel that pride for we are proud of : That Congressman Clark served two terms since Wo feel that we are entitled to real of water and one pounds of quick '\

'4". any young man who honors his parents. I I "When Hon. Nathan P. Bryan was a candidatefor that time and a change was made to Congressman drainage at least where the 20,000 of lime may be used on lants that are
..; In this connection it is well to quote the following United States Senator five years ago the Telegraph LEngle. who served a part of one term and an- us have bought land and we know it is not easily burned.It M
'r written by Joe Hugh Reese the talented did not support him Both he and his oppo- other change was made to Congressman Sean and possible to do this work while the big i I. necessary to spray thoroughd'
itor of the Orlando Reporter-Star: ed-I nent were new lo the office. Neither had any national now other aspirant want another change. main canals are being built in some ly because these beetles will avoid the .*;
'There'' is little doubt that H. Clay acquaintance to speak of 'and both were inexperienced "That Congressman Sean Ha already accomplished other parts of the Everglades.We poison unless the plant Is covered. J
will be'retained in the office of Secretary of State. I so far a> service in the national senatewa the only I thing definite in the two appropriations do not ask the rest of the Stateto Since the larvae feed on the egg of A
And should be. Mr. Crawford has made a satis..i sconcerned. His opponent was an older mass aggregating $36t000for immediate use. put up any money into the Ever grasshopper, it may not be desirable .
facjory official. Almost any man can be a good and more experienced in his profession than was "It would be sui dal"1o change Congressmen glades work we do not ask for any to spray them. On limited areas : .
who has a good Secretary of State. This concerned State drainage bonds they be driven out of the patch !
Governor Mr. Bryan. For theie reasons we felt that he could again so far a* Orlando is or any Legislative may
official i* the governor of the Governor's office more readily adapt himself to the important dutiesof "Beside Orlando owe nothing lo the gentleman) appropriation. All we want is for with a brush or whip made of twigs. ... :]
when it comes to perfunctory routine which is a the office and we supported him. A majority of living in ,Sanford who aspire to Congressman the Everglades district to be allowed Thoy may be handpicked or ,coIlect.t. I B/r./ -
necessary part of the state machinery. The office the people of the slat. did'not see the matter as Sear position-rather the_.reverse. to stand on its own feet. Plenty of in a pan containing water overLa
allows the exercise* of no initiative or pyrotechnical we did and Mr. Bryan 'was"elected. He now appears "Nor does Orlando owe anything to the gentleman money can be raised on the credit of with kerosene. +
display. It is a kind of pivot upon which J the wheelof to us in an entirely different light. He is several living on. the Key. off,the main-land. the district itself to do all the work Jl:
state revolves.; The man in it must be well in-. years older and has had several yan"aperi "Orlando owe it to herself (and that U the most necessary if public and private land a Remember of hundred of tons of ,
formed '::concerning multifarious duties and 'event ence a* a member of the Senate ':He has made important ;consideration at, thin juncture) to vote are both pat back of the drainage hay Uia' aximported into Florida every -, _, fl''
which he'is to foresee and be prepared for. Take good use! of ,these year of service and thereby. /or the man on the job. who has accomplished more bond year. It is' time to be thinkUt "j'
the matter'ofelections.alone-a new man in thee stand high in the,councils of the'.ali ... He oc in a few month than otjttrt) did in a* many yea .- If the. Everglade are drained, they alwut hay crop There .1& A, good
eflic<< 'of-Secretaiy-of-Suto 'might. get things in af cupies' a high placed on 'several important ,Senate;, and that! man, gentleman;IS,JOE SEARS. will Day state taxes of from half a demand for well cured native; hay



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'I I r and a part; of ]Palm' Beach .counties. ti1, bring from IM to 2Hi .cent', lessperpound of th.'aninult that'could,be raised';

NEW ,BOOK WRITTEN! are free :front tick. 1 on the,,Chicago: ,marketor" by 'th. ..loss in priesof' meat, products ;

,Florida Must Eradicate Tick. Catil, irrespective of breeding or 1!(any' Northern cattle' market,''' than ., in the price of hides, and,many

BY E. NELSON FELL condition, shipped ''to Chicago from!similar*'catUe shipped from a,"tick- depressing influences'.topon: farm'life..

... .Prom Florida Farmer and! Homee ker, I Florida at this \.Ime. must be shipped.AS ,fr'state.. Th. newspaper'of...very -community ,

'.* f..U.. .. *IA. .._"..&_ AM-d.. A..I.Iheld I ,
of' Even Florida cattle & of Florida should continue th.
.Peoplo Osceota county! will be I -- -- ------ - -- --- the hide of the

Interested In the recent publication ,, ,pending slaughter, in Special are worth 1...- per pound because. a mOlt strenuous agitation against,, th.
1 ''of book by'E. Nolson FeU;;formerly ,Never before 4n the history of the Improve the quality of his stock he the national of- hide'that .is full of tick; bites does not tick. No on. movement before) thsr

. a resident the county and a large state has ouUide capital given as will doubtless readily fall in line and tlcere.' make good leather- Florida public at the present tim.,

$. owner of land In Florida''. The book much attanion,, to the Florida catUa be glad to do his part in'eliminatingthe must be disinfected. !They: must be Therefore it,la .asliy-seen that,cattle means,quite as much to the state at

iscalled, "Russian and Nomad: Tales Industry as at the present Jtlms-"' In tick and.prodl1clng improved anl.mals. old for Immediate slaughter They, ticks ,exact heavy toll from this large. Boards 'of Trade should at

li.. of' the Kirghiz! Steppes" and is, art various sections, ranches for raising cannot be held and fed for a few days' branch'of ;agriculture, causing II their meetings make the tick the subJect -'

account of Mr.,' FeU's experiences Improved' cattle are being either awaiting: a favorable market., a large Increase of the death rate by of discussion. All those who,
,. while he was in charge. of mining' planned 'or established. It, is true Every year the tick causes the cattlemen This extra trouble and expense atn causing a .sickness which brings 'have the- welfare of Florida at ,hear ;

.i---rDmpanln the region of the Steppes however, that capital is somewhat of Flo lch"mlllion. of dollars tending the marketing 9f Florida cattle 'about a shrinkage in size; by' keeping must take part in this;'general campaign -

, ' '\!nd the illustrations,", of which ,there timid, wiih'regard to this industry it it COlts the balance of. }jLhe state additional of all broods, and conditions, Is :people:out' of, the cattle business& ,"so that'it may be pushed. a

:. are forty-lx,,,.re ,from. ,his, photo! Florida, and dos: not seem "to take millions ''by keeping out hundreds paid for from, the proceeds of'''their I which, could be made a paying one; successful conclusion at the earlelit
graphs.. '-, for'' granted that the greatest measure of practical livestock farmers sale and :for. this reason' Florida cat by loss of the ,land fertilizing, value possible time. "
of success can ''be attained until who would locate -here and engage In d'.
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v-: The authorof 'these" rim lkablet the tick is.eradicated. the industry'were it not for the menace -- --'- ;, -; .---------- -"= -

\ and dellghtfultnarra'Jvcc.wae for of the tick. With the tick, eliminated .
Northern the V
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even years in charge of the works
there would be no risk in shipping -
serious So
,of a largo mining company situated tick is a very menace. : thoroughbred cattle to Florida
serious, .in) fact, that they will 'hot
! .Kirghiz. Steppes'on the borderland .
from Northern states. Northern cattle
consider' In this enterpriseIn
between( Russia and Asia. His sympathetic ' investing quickly become',cccustomed to the ]
until movement is .at j I '
Florida
understanding of the a I ; iii it 0 P. A. puts new joy
people hereon
least started which will ond in the I climate of Florida and thrive ,, p
..I bpth Russian and Kirghiz whose eradication of this pest the various crops that are produced m
complete
language and customs ho became In this atat.eOther cattlemen of j into the 'sport''of.
within tlvj next few .years. ,, .
thoroughly familir.r' with, combined 1 '
the state have, at different times
4', 'with. love of that xtraorttyary We are glad to announce that this :
shipped in thoroughbred sires that R S Dl smoking
' ,r' : wonderful in ando movement has boon started and when ? ERII ..
' country so summer have done well as long as they were f
terrible.in winter, and a vivid and It does get thoroughly underway it protected from the tick. t '.
," unusual gift for description and narrative will have sufficient force to accom- I ) a 4 i1 YOU may; live to '
The time has now arrived'when .' ,
its within serasonable r
plish purpose a
make this a new and fascinating and never'
the tick is a matter of 'grave concern I.
.. 'revelation of that of Rye length of time It is too big an un-
sia. part- dertaking' to put through in a few to the entire state., The Florida D feel old enoughto .=

months or even a year, but with the: cattle tick is actually holding : 'i" ..vote, but it's ,certainsure t

,, sallow Dizziness, vertigo (blind'flatulence staggers), land co-operation owners of of the Florida cattlemen, it can and be I. back,to development the property that owners is worth"oJ Flor millions .- I I iu i I I : you'll not.. ;.

complexion of liver. Ne artsymptoms done within two or three years. Heretofore ida. No one questions the benefits ,,,I I know the joy and
a torpid one
: that would come from the establish I '
can fetl'well while- the liver is in one of the greatest obstacles In ii'' p contentment ,of 'a .
ment of a thousand graded livestock
active. HERBINE is a powerful liv.er the way of tick eradication has been friendly .old jimmy ;
He farms In Florida. e 1e
cattleman himself.
the
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stimulant. A dose or 'two will average D
cause all bilious symptoms to disap has raised vast herds' on other peo They have neither tick nor range pipe or a hand rolled : u

y';; pear. Try it. Price 60c. Sold.- by ple's wild lands at practically no expanse. ' cattle in Iowa and in spite of tho fact cigarette unless you get on talking-terms ,:
Osceola He has realized from (1 to that their season of pasturage and
; PharmecyrAdv.RESOLUTIONS. with Prince Albert tobacco! '
$25 per head from animals that cost crop growing 1s not over six months,
little and in he the total value of Iowa cattle amounts ;
him very many cases PA. comes to you with a reatreason'for.at1 the '
does not take kindly to any suggestions to several hundred million dollars. '
goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by
for tho Improvement of his The total value of Florida cattio at ...
The following resolutions were stock with the idea it will mean ad- thepresent time amounts to less than a patented process that removes.bite and parch I ,

unanimously adopted by the, Pythian ditional labor and expense without increased $16,000.000. You can smoke it long and hard without a comeback 'I

Sisters of Klssimmee Temple, No. 21: profits. Cattle tick eradication is now in 1 Prince Albert has 'always been sold without .
Whereas, God In His Infinite wisdom f
When the Florida cattlemen can be progress in practically all of the coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality!
has' added another Jewel to His king-
be made to eee that his profits will Southern States. Florida is the last
dom by taking unto Himself the little Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette
really be greater and his business far to begin a movement to eliminate this
daughter of ,Brother and Sister J. D. more substantial if he will adopt ev- pest. Already a start has been made 4 b enjoyment! And that flavor and ,fragrance and :

Jeffords therefore be.it- ery precaution that will protect and with the result that Dade Broward coolness is as good as that sounds. P.A. justanswers .
Resolved, that feel In this bereavement .
((1)) we -
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Brother and Sister Jeffords the universal demapd for tobacco

have met with an irreparable loss, and FOR GOVERNOR without bite, parch or kickbackJ1"rI

that we extend to them our sincerest "isn't
' Introduction to Prince Albert, any harder

laympntby. commend themto FREDERICK M. HUDSONHe I.. _,_A :.I......u. .:;6t; ;;= than to walk into the nearest place that sells _
Resolved that
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the tender mercy of. Him who said, "_1'._"" fI.. ,,___= tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A. You payout '

when upon earth.....Suffer little'children Relies on the Voter Who Think For li n.ell. ."rA.f.-..1.1.ItA-'- aryM.le1..e..e..I-.: :;:: a little change, to be sure but i"the cheer- 1 .
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to come unto mo, for of such is .the 7 : fullest investment you ever made I :
-kingdom of heaven." For- Born in Arkansas 187L :

"11. will gather He will gather Reared under the traditions of the the i ,

The gems for His kingdom, Old Sooth. nional
All the pure ones, all the bright ones,. ALBERT
Imbued with
" the progressive policies RINCE
His loved and His own. of the New South. joy'smoke
Like the stars of the morning, '
His. bright crown adorning. Graduated at Washington and Lee ,

" :'j .& They shall shlno in their beauty University A. B. and LL. B. R.J.JUra t f'f''J' \ Bright gems for His crown." State Senator since, 1905: 4 '.. .

"_ Resolved ((8)),' that a copy of theie + President of the Senate 1909.E: ,

R resolutions be sent to Brother and Sister ' Attorney" for Railroad Commission' ,,5ti\nAW: : ''''''''' \, _. ,: ,,,,' If..u''lf" 1t \ > ' ,
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Jeffords;to the local for publication 4 ; |
paper 1911 to 1 14. 'vlvr wniffTtw: !WRf
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Champion of Railroad Commission I, .
of the
Temple.PEARLIE BRYAN Legislation. e

MAUDE Author of Juvenile Court Law. *
THOMAS )
s . ROBERTA RIVERS, Supporter of Child Labor Law. ." "!> v '
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', Committee. Friend of Labor Lep.l. _... t rC

Advocate of progressive and constructive -
When the baby takes too much food .., policies
'the stomach turns; the result is Indigestion -, l
Promoter. of laws for moral betterment. -.. ,
sourness and Vomiting. F Q l.y
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'.. Frequently the bowels are involved
and there Is colic pains and diarrhoea. WHAT THINK YE OF THE LAW?

McGEE'3 BABY ELIXIR In a grand ,. r . r.e .
corrective remed,' for the stomach Little as we realize it, this the greatest I question confronting 'the peo- I : .. w

and .bowel disorders' babies. It is ple of' Florida or any> other State. i \ "': The Florida Citrus Exchange

pure, wholesome and pleasant to take. Respect for the law is a part of good morals and true religion. j. .f I Il
Price 2&c and 60c per bottle. Sold by 'The good people of Florida respect the law. Others should be made to. ; is composed of the citrus fruit ,r l 1*

". Oscoola Ph.nnaey.--Ad.- We may as well face the fact that there is a sentiment lurking and .
un.vowed, that law-enforcement is a local question that communities should '.. \. growers of Florida who believe x ; 't ' r J

The Allapatah Fruit Go's and Mc- be permitted to respect and enforce the law only! so far as they see fit, that they have the capacityand
carty's packing houses at Allapatah that. condone wink violations local '
.... officers may properly and so long as. .. n 1 4
are running full blast with' consider- sentiment. will acquiesce. r'\. the ability to market their 1.' '

able fruit in sight for the balance of Such a conception is a cancer on the body politic; and unless(ft is \Eradicated 2 F ,- 'I

.the season.- it will prove as deadly as its counterpart upon the human frame.Itis 'r own product so that it will : '::,' )!" l!
-- - --- not uncommon for a people to live and prosper under defective and '
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even bad (laws; but no people ever did or ever will continue to live and 'J yield them adequate: returns for . t. f fJ"

prosper when the law is dishonored and violated. ...., and labor. ,: ,,', .!,
their investments ,
I araume-that no voter has any higher .aim as a citizen than the well- .' ,,,' ..\.' ,.
being of his children and his neighbor's children now, and the continued happiness '

4 '-4 'and prosperity of these children's offspring in the years to come. Other growers who"are' of :;; : .

It, is the aim of every normal citizen to leave the world a little better) thanh ,.' '
.found it. I . like mind are invited to j join l.. ,/" .,;

If these, our-highest aims, are to be accomplished we must teach ourselves in the / '
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i Exchange manage- ,
and by precept and example teach our children\that regard for , I
the law is the basis of civilization., = ment of which each one of. \ r '

If we forget these fundamental principles, we will need no Satan to -:-

build for our posterity a real hell, \i = them will have equal Voice "," 'f f" .
This is not addressed to church members only,' nor ,to Sunday-school: '
children nor to prohibitionists; but to all the red-blooded men of Florida who \ with every other member. The ;res '. t.

believe that respect for the law is the first essential to State and National '
J; welfare, : Exchange is absolutely a ,cooperative 4. t ,

'I yp, *" This I is not a local question. The body-of the State is made up of organization. It is ,

all the people- A lawless community in the State is as. a withered hand or a f' J: \ '""' I

paralytic foot.Sheriffs .- ,,: operated solely for the profit .. : ,:
and other conservators of the should bold .
peace office on condition I !'
H' that they-enfon'e'the law. Some officers are always ready with the '., 1..1 : and benefit of its members. :;:" ,
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cry WE CANT"; but the real men:of Florida want officers who CAN. Let '''' '

N'r us have them. k$' ' . k Any!law.that'is'' worth having'is-worth obeying. Laws, should be :en. 1 V 4Yi

Et'E' forced or rep aed.t.* r.j. jt* J .'
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;c 'TheQovemof.i primarily anexecutive.: It,ia"his duly'to's that the '.. .... .
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- .:A., D-. :J'E'NNEYCANDIDATE ; law 1_ enforced..--.Tho, real,manhood of Florida'wants' the law enforced. . .. ..-, /. ; ",.
] Olt 1, 4"And'ao'ddLi' And as your Governor, I should stand';for that policy.1)) .. ( l j "
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l '.. II II ... . . ... . . . II. . II 11.11' " .', i .'II. 0001d000b0+ 00 + . Now it '1* proposed{,. to practically I BLUEBIRDS'ENTERTAINED.AJNED. a pcn5! "at the' horns' of Mr-'t .k. .

: "scrap" all this expensive' machinery '....:-:...- t Lesley, north of the city, The' little 1"1

Notes J ': 0 THAT ELECTRIC LIGHT 4 for an uncertain benefit. ',Any 'engineer The Bluebirds: ," an auxiliary: organization girl enjoyed the day at games and' ;

; $ Society 0 CONTRACT 0e or practical man with'experience had a picnic luncheon at the coon hour :,. A':,
.. of the Campflrw Girls
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: will say that disuse and rust 1* worse composed They were under the are of Misses ,1 4

r (Mattte Bell Harris, Editor.) OOOOOOOOOb00d0004Editor than wear and care, not only that but of girls between the age of 8 and Norma Griffin and, Violet Bullock of '

Valley G arc ties-: it would be so obsolete that it would :ll, were entertained Thursday with the Camfire Girl _
f 1 Many citizens would like little in- not be worth the repair charges at the ,
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Gazette to lead items ,
't Reo.stt U ..de t. all patross of the Valley formation on the proposed contract end of the five or nine years, when the -- - - --.-

.f Society Evenb '.0 tbs Editor for publication fa these colons. with the Tucker Brick, Company be Brick Company's cheap fuel is exhausted 3--: -J I
t' ? Either a hew',plant or'the I MICHELIN- FOUNDEDMICHELJN-, '
voted one
on week from Saturday. I
l 1HIOIOHllHtrT1IT *O+I++0'' 0 ,. 1.1- 10.- .- -II'- .- .- .- o-+- a -I .- .- Somebody please givo us the fact and purchase: of. the one from the Brick

f .\ TALENT TEA., The groom baa visited here oij previous figures that show the saving claimed. Company, make a \guess. At presentthe I
These are some of the points that need electric, light. plant is run, underan
Mrs. J. Z. Ro- occasions, his rather dwntflg
Mr. D. G. Wagner, '
| load of not 75 kilowatts :
{ 4 berson and Mrs. L. H.; Ingram,will entertain property,in this section, and has many explanation.. 4 1 1 average over .
sometimes
Take the contract itself. It looks greater! sometimesless.
friends in the.city.
the Talenf Tea in the class warm '
Hti :i rooms of the Baraca Class next Fri. The best ,wishes of their friends good to the Brick Company. How doesit kilowatts. The when full all capacity three!' ia over .300 I 12 to 15% Extra Weight

[ ; , day evening, Juno 2, from 7:30: till wilLgo with Mr. and Mrs. Frinell, and affect the city dynamos are e_ 'aNv'tMAL
I the bride will be greatly missed bya It must be borne in mind that this running to capacity The offer of cur
10 o'clock.: !i. with j rent over 196 kilowatts at a reduced Ii: r,
.S i. large circle of friends. contract a corporation just /going v I
iI'' ;.t. U- D. C. MEETING. e e into operation, and its responsibility 1 price is iota staggering propositionby //1 TttAp t. ei-YA

:\ ', No further meetings of the United .YOUNG. LADIES ENTERTAINED. rests largely upon the problematicsuccess any means, it might with safety' be tea.rows. ate.thsra..t yr Nr n.

Daughters of the Confederacy will be Mid i Carolyn Fripp entertained at or failure that veils aU new much less. / .l

,: CIF held Until the regular monthly meeting six o'clockdinnor at the home of filer enterprises. No security is provided In This matter should be deliberately ,

.' ii r L, in'"Sept.t.mber. The organization parents,* Mr and Mrs. "W. J. Fripp,I the event of failure. The causes mentioned considered. Others might make a bettor

!l'i decided at the! last meeting to discontinue Saturday when plates were laid for ,in paragraph 10 of the'contract ,' offer. either to furnish the current, I! I

'. meetings during the summer( the following guests: Misses Norma as "insolvency or bankrupt ,would lease the plant with a fixed rate to consumers : "

t ; ;, months. Griffin, Violet Bullock Muriel Pren- undoubtedly' terminate tho contract to prevent extortion, or a purchase i Ij ,w N 'ti, i
\:' : alit outright. One-third of r. d. tie.i .
tiss, )Mary Tiller, Mattto and Margaret whether the city desired it or.not. How or more 1 ,
: I!, I MRS. McPHATTER ENTERTAINS. Stanford Grace Gilbert, Mabel would) the city be situated\ : should this our taxes go to the maintenance and I .

: Overstreet, Louise Johnson, Ada Louise happen several years after its present|I payment of back indebtedness of the 4q tnCHELtN UmVEUAL' '.
E Mrs. J. McPhatter entertained at Simpson, Miriam Munger and plant has gone out of commission T plant. No wonder Mr. Tucker and I i,. J&lAD'
i'''I 1 dinner, Monday Mrs C. II. Blanchain oft Katherine Carr. No one knows better than the Brick. others are going outside the city limits I

t" ,;. Jacksonvillo and Mrs. F. VanDuzer of At the conclusion of the dinner Company how difficult it is to get new I to build their ,homes. More of us Fill When you buy your next tire maicethbsimpletest. 1;
\ r Kissimmee. In the afternoon a porch the machinery installed in reasonabletime. follow i .. Let us weigh a Michelin Universal Tire /
Mrs. Fripp chaperoned party any
: party was given in honor of Mrs. while they enjoyed Billie Burke in If this contract is authorized f I There willIe no saving this project in comparison with any other non-skid of the ti j'

Blanchain. These present were Mrs. "Peggy" at the Casino. when would it go into
,.J t II C. H. Blarchain I Mrs. F. VanDuzer, * e the electric pumps. Even after present conditions but a distinct loss of ; Yea tolll fad lite MlcMln 12 ''i
Mrs' W. L. Winn Mrs. E. Morrow, Mrs. MOTHERS'-TEACHERS' CLUB., the light plant is in operation the'I capital invested and yet unpaid. This to I5f> Acaefar than fIN a+traft,
Jarrell and Mrs. M. Edwards After pumps be under is no a personal matter between Mr. Iht exact ftntnlagt depending an \
might a year longer I flit tin of tht tin used In the feat ;
; II refreshments! Mrs. M. Manner and Mrs. W. J. steam at the expense of the city. Thecontract Tucker and his associates and the City I i ,. ,1

; ; I Fripp were charming hostesses Friday is for five years from date, I of Kissimmee. Mr. Tucker is a"public This extra weight represents extra rubber I '

afternoon, entertaining the mem- but it is not probable that the brick spirited citizen for whom I have personally : and fabric which means extra service. I IIb1: I II
't T CAMP FIRE GIRLS. Stan- .bers of they Mothers' and Teachers' company has the necessary machinery I the highest respect, but this \lea I / .s j
Misses and Mattie /
Margaret
t and their friends at the Halt installed for this work it would seem business matter. r
club CO.r< J
ford entertained the Camp Fire Girls I! W. B. MAKINSON :
+! Memorial. "Patriotism" the topic unwise to have it ordered until thecontract | Sell the plant to the highest: bidder II :
Il at their social meeting, Wednesday afternoon |and get out of debt and build our own I
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carried In the of permitted. I
r at the attractive Stanford was out subjects I'boulevard ONLY ONE. KISSIMMEE, FLA. "
11 home. the reading, the musical numbersand For the year 1915 it cost the City I II i '
1 of the for salaries and wood for the light and 'j
The hours passed quickly with social in the decorations tea ta 'J WENTY-FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
ble. The program included the following water plant the um of $12,500, in'' FOR THIEVES. I \
conversation music and dainty fancy LONE QUALITY ONLYTHE BEST J I
numbers: round numbers. How much of the salaries j I II
work. Punch and cake weN served to I
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Heading-Mi rum Munger. : would be saved? The extra I will \ "
the above
the guests who were: Misses Violet: I ex-I pay reward for information _
pense of the new and the -- - ---------
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"America"Audience.Rcading pumps ---- --
Bullock, Norma Griffin, Katherine Song, that will lead to the arrest'
I I' Carr Mary Tillef, Grace Gilbert, Ma "Patriotism"-Mrs. E. of the material and 'labor for repairsand and conviction of the thieves who oOo4 Of 00000 000 0 1-00 M I extension would still be paid for I
bel Overstreet Lois Johnson and Adah Lupfer. broke into th/ chicken coop on my
Louise Simpson.On I Readings Eleanor Overstreet, by the City with ten per cent: added for premises between eight and nine f.'
.
Geneva Roberson and James Earl) the Brick'Comp.! ny. I o'clock .1
Thursday of last week the Camp on Wednesday evening and .
I I0'. Fire Girls motored to the pleasant Lupfer. By the proposed contract the City I stole a lot of young chickens. The June's Almost Here
Piano Solo-Lois Overstreet. gives the Brick Company:: the privilege
above reward
stands if the
country home of J. W. Prentis and enjoyed culprits are ....
of the one of the plant in certain .
emergencies -
Song Irene Ingram.
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I but it is
a picnic dinner and a day's outing. just common "Niggers" pretty
They were chaperoned by Mr. Piano Solo-Lucy Lupfer. that means that the city must well established that they were > JfJf ,
keep its plant intact and idle during! 4
Reading-Amy Makinson. white
boys or men in an auto-
} 11. Clay Stanford. young '
* Violin Solo-Frank Jlend r o1. tho life of the contract. mobile. If they are white the rewardis Time For Wedding Bells ,
The situation to me is today Ilk, I
I MRS. FRANCIS' ENTERTAINS. Piano Solo-Carolyn Fripp. FIFTY DOLLARS.
1 Song-Paul Manger this: Our public utihtiio are run ata 23-ft G. F. KRIBBS. To Ring

r Mrs. G. D. Francis pleasantly entertained Reading, "War Brtdes"-Marion( loss and should be in the hands of a : ,

with a silver social Friday Craig Wentwprth); receiver. Like many others I have been TJi.'E"'T'O-CREDITORS- > > > .

t evening at her home on Emmett The social hour, when dainty sandwiches opposed. the sale of the plant, being\ IX THR COURT IN OK TUB COUNTY j
,JVUUK AND FOR O.CEOLACOUl4TY.
street, for the benefit of the Lodiet' andJced tea were served, con:. under the impression that it was profs F-LOKIUA. Gifts For The Bride
cluded this afternoon. itable to keep, or at least that the City -
Aid of the Christian church pleasant I. tae M.tte..5 the Batata of Harrr"
'The: house was, decorated with cut was getting its street, lighting at a' To W. T.....aaa. 0...._. WE HAVE THEM
+ 'I flowers ;and Japanese lanterns were .O.OOOOO. O. .OOOO..OO..: nominal cost. This is not the case. tee all, and Creditors.all other Legateea.paraons Distribu bavlnr

i R viodon'the''verandas. On the en- 0 .ADDITIONAL LOC4L&Mrs. 0 Within the past year the.City_Council estate clalma of Harry or demand W. agralnat deceaad. aald.- ,$ .,$ J$ .
dosed veranda punch was served in a in 'its wisdom or otherwise levied' a late. of Oaceola County? Florida, tothe s ?i ii an
0
undentrnad Administrator of aald
bower'Of; .ferns, and bamboo. The 0.......0..00.00........... 4t: mill tax for paying for the output ...atatei,within! two years from tha date
for the evening Included the\ .. of'its own plant'for street lighting, : hereby i Kole Jewelry
program E. J. Alvey, accompanied by You- and aaeh of you, are
following' numbers: Piano solo Miss her daughter, Miss Beulah arrived on that is increased the tax: nearly 20 per claims notified or and demand e"J .cI..tICcre'J. any or : ittBJ r .vi '> \iaii
.
Gnssie Winn; leading, Irma Tiner; Monday from 'a visit with\ her son, cent and reduced' the rate to private either route. of ":you, may have a$'aID.t the .. ' Jewelers and Optometrists '

iT solo;'Miss Elizabeth Aultman; reading , Drew Alvey,' and may remain here consumers from 12 to 8 cents. Who Dated:May: 1>. A. D. !.!(. '
pays tho difference, the propel ty own it-ft JOHN B. CADEL.
Miss Olivine! Savage; piano solo, permanently. They were former residents :
Miss Gertrude Mills; reading, Mrs. er for the transient ocjourncr. .
:Van .Outer; .duet, Misses Grace and friends of who this will city be and pleased have to hear many of This plant has cost the city not less .., ... . .. ........o..oo.oo..Ot.oo..too. ... .

Fa Gnssie Winn; reading, Wee Amy their return. than $100,000 in first cost, interest on
bonds and repairs in the of additions
Informal games and conversation way Manhattan Hotel
occupied the remainder of Mrs. W. I. Barber tend small daughter and improvements. There are i

the evening, when, home made cakes have returned from an extended yet outstanding between $40,000 and Fresh :

y, and .punch wens served. visit with relative in Omaha, Neb. $50,000( bonds to be met for the pay Special Summer Rates Vegetables, Eggs 1M
I. .. ,. Mr. Barber met them at Jacksonville: ment of this plant

COMING TO KISSIMMEE. Thursday and together they visited in Two years ago additional machinerywas and ButterWe r. I

-:.-. St. Augustine, reaching home Mon- Installed at 'a cost of about $30- By the' eek '

i The Shelbyvijle, Ind., Democrat day. Mrs. Barber enjoyed the boat 000. The boiler capacity was increased have added these articles to our line of ..;

r r says: "Miss. May Springer gave a I trip from Jacksonville to Sanford. from 275 horse power to 575, ,the electric $7.00 FLORIDA AND WESTERN BEEF AND PORK !
farewell party Friday afternoon from Mrs. Jus light was increased from 150 kilo-
Mrs W. B. Witherspoon.
HAMS BACON
.'8-to 6 o'clock for Miss Hazel Naugle, Caldwell, Misses Jean Caldwell and wats to 335. It was looking ahead. BOLOGNA, MUTTON, ETC. .

toucher in the schools here, who I Mayme Witherspoon visited Orlando Call Phone 209 for your wants ,+
will leave next week for extended ..
an Sunday inorning and enjoyed the sermon in these lines.
at the home of her Mr. I
:
stay parents, preached by Moderator Dr. Grafton ;

i r and Mrs. W. E. Naugle, at Kissim- of Union Miss.. Dr. Grafton has CENTRAL: MARKET
,mee. Fla. The party was given the distinction of having preached in
the home of Mrs. Oscar Orebaugh
one pastorate for forty years. .
x, West Taylor street; and it had At.1 .
Mr. and Mrs. Cotterman and
attractively decorated by the use wee ,
spring flowers. There wore .. daughter, Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Only $1.00 ,,

of the guests, nearly all being Mlttlng'and son Herbert, of

ers in the schools here. A two enrse Montgomery, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Two New Styles .

Juncheon was served. Miss Naugle Parker and son Lawrence Mrs. Mark .

has been connected with theschooUh 'Munger, Miss Miriam and Paul Mun- a Week fAMILY STORE e

for the past few years and has ger were a pleasant auto party leaving .
M been one of the most popular and efficient Thursday morning for a day at I J What wonderful value has been PEAKE & PEAKE ', aWe
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I crowded Into tha. Fern waist In ,
p members of the teaching corps3he Wekiva Spring.
the SEAL-RAO envelope far 100.
';| has many friends among the children Mrs. DeWilton Alderman, accom- Smart n... fabric._wall made and nowTiave, a complete fine of Baby Shoes priced: from
'and the patrons of the school wall flnl.h.a.. No aklmplna:-tHe
panied by Misses Thelma Alderman .. .... 50c to $1.25 .J
;; who regret very much that she has' Edna Schweikart, Ethel and Mildred ofavery Fern Waist Is p..lt..
ly suarantaed to ba carrect.Uta '
severed her connection witb''the
Shelbyville Lee, pent the week end camping atBluff '.
} school, but their host wishes fOR MN ,iI
t Hammock near Okeechobee City, FOR WOMEN
.will follow her to her new home in where Mr. Alderman is looking aft.ercat.tIe :14
the) land of !flower and balmy breezes. interests His brother Clarence Sweet Orr Blue Serge Par Pumps i
$3.50
I . also joined the party. Swimming in 1 Pants $6.00 If!

( MISS P NAP FRIZZELL ALDERMAN ARE AND MARRIED J. the Klsilmmee river was included inthe Sweet-Orr Gray Stripe ,Dun Kid Pumps $].50 and 3.75 t

attractions of'the trip. Work Pants I .
1.50'1 Comfort Shoes 2.00 '
'J'be.'Ft. 'Pierce Tribune says: H. W. Grady, formerly a resident U.&**&:) .. Sweet-Orr Dress and (I'

.."Miss Nan M. Alderman, of this of Kissimmee, but now living; at Fort .. Iks "SEAL-PAC" Cnrcis** ... .' Work Shirts 50c to UP ..
'city:daughter, of Mrs. K. B. Raulerson, Myers, where he is in charge of the II '"(

i and James *P.. FrUsell, of Hopewell, watch repair department of a large -; la the lataat ward. 'fram Maw.Vark DARKLESS HOSIERY (1
lion Collars
Brand
.: ... waist ..,..._ .h_ tw* new 15c,2 for.25 .
of Van .of-Dr. V- F. Frizzell, took Jewelry store, was in the city for a .. i

hir. friends$ T>y surprise when. they: few hour Tuesday evening; en route: .'.l,' style AO......,...the....rant_rr.Waist.....In 11_MAL*), Lion Brand Shirts $1.00, $1.25" ; 25c. 50c

were qujetly united in marriage' (Wednesday ' to Jacksonville-,..41*looks to be in fine "'f:II" ._ bar when pee bw the Para Waist latha ., ,$1.50 to $4.50. and $1.00 '.:
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evening at 7 ,o'clock'the' *ceremony health'and' say-that he like Fort -- SCAL-PAO aiwalaaa a' *-! -- I .,_ A _
f i 4' being performed'by. '.County Myers, although be Yeti borne sick now _' ': that U taa Mt..... triad... .. ." cO" '. -. - -'.QiI"\

,Judge J.,H.; Johnson, at his home on and then for Kistimmee. His. many : :'
'Orange' a..niw. The/.'eoupleMeft on! friend. were \feW. to see Kim*again.,." J..:;f'.r. QUALITY_ STORE,,i Inc: ncLEANINGPRESSING1lRE )J ;
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Thursday morning! for Hopewell, yUthir ; ,' -- t DANN.W. .. ; : ; !P IRN ,
f ,future- */-wWN.the groorn Sallow'' complexion Ii due to a .*or- I.;% C' C.'w.. .. \ '. , ".\ ,*!."

.baa a .....pouIble- .JtJoD, with' thejDuPortylWdef pid Jim, HERBINE .purifies sad ; \: to" 111- THE T9RET"AT' SATISflK ; : '
Works. strengthen the liver and bowels aDd "*, .. .
'
Miss .Alderman''was welt known restore* the rosy, bloom of health to i iJf Ir' N 'PHbNE 291 *t" -ill.,BROADWAY N :

taroucaeat the-a tjrr bavin.. ztisldtd &:cM1'dce- : 6tlc i3 cI..bOI i ) -' : ; ." .. . " . ... -. , - \,. /
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: i FJUOAY; MAT 24,111.h ":/. ... tB; THE ,KISSIlfcMEI 'LL1fIY,: 'GAZETTt I rlf are earnestly$ ,
ty ups neb -
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I !f' L \\> at effectgiVVkme.
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I THf'ElSSIIIBi'YALLIY GAZETTIPabUshsd Henry Harper,has purchased anew ; )lr, and' Mrs.',1* ,;HLIngrain::! "spent .III.. Clara Williams has returned to Dr.. T, .M. .River*, has ;the, lumberon IIi .

'.. tr.lepb.a.Ira II.) Haynes automobile.! i today in StCloud.\ .' .. ", .her home In Maeo..,-Ca.'aftara pl.*.-. the, grougdfor.an,. addition 'to his I Lo1a ':\ .' ;;t. \
'
Every Friday ByW. Mrs. Eaton and Mrs. Kinsey, of St J4,. M,. E. Stevens and Mrs. .8. ,. ant visit with Mrs W, W.,'Minims.. ; residence on Mabette street; which cost Withy i 1"e \19d...

.. ...uu. K. a. TANS AONHW Cloud,,were Kissimmee. visitors. Tues. Haley speat.Wsdnesday'It Orlando+ : .Vfisse's Blanche 'Eaton, Endora Eaton in ,neighborhood, of 1600. The tend thIng ,.
'
Ord.. and Julia Burlte and Messrs.* work is under the supervision W. H. dat.Mra. .
Bryan ,
J dayS. 'Leon Baep made a trial'trlp( to '
Arnold. .
....0 to..tt .tO..O..totO and Sewell Peterson of St. Cloud Gi
S. Griffin and family, of Orlando lando,,Wednesday in his new Ford. ,were 'V.Mrs. V- .
J motored to' Kissimmee Sunday visitors here 'Tuesday evening the Mrs. J.3. WooJall Will entertain the making

Weather Report : J on Miss Margaret Bass and Miss F.relda guest( of Lloyd 1., Harvey. numbers,.of the, Prlscilla Club and a! . L\ _. y
,
I' Reidel 'visited In Orlando Wedneld .
George- S. Waldo, of Gainesville;' y. Rev. and Mrs.. S. Cook spent several few friends Saturday: with a misceUa. former hoi .. wwnnT,Monday ,
}.fen'.. Palm Beach pants for f 2.50 hours here neos shower honor of Miss Mattie .
while .
.At. registered.at the Graystone hotel Sat Wednesday enroute night \ .,>. .xpects to remain alt ,
,, Belie Woodal, who will become the
Fol1owin,' are dally temPera.ture. urday.. at Gilbert's., I for their'home in Auburndale. They { summer, Mrs. Livermore is 'havingthe
I:
bride of Otis Server
in June.
'and pNclpitation. a. reported Mrs. Belle Burk has returned from' were returning from St. Cloud where' remains of the late Dr; Livermore

by" Government station Miss Almena 'Leitner left last week a' visit with her'daughter at Davenport ''they are having,a residence erected. $.. L Lupfer has about completed a sent to that place tor Interment.' He
at Kis.immee for the week endin
for Bartow
,. Thursday, May 26, 1918= sisters for a brief visit with her I Miss Ella ,M e'Gilber\ and .Mrs, second story addition to his residenceon will be remembered' having passed'
Verona street at- a' cost of about last January as a result of heart
away
I
Max. Min. Rain B. RWhite, who hal been spending George ,Persons, motored to Orlando
Friday,...... ....83 '70 Miss Louise Jackson' left Saturday the winter,here, left'Monday.,for his Saturday for Mrs- Eddie Lancaster and ",500. This improvement added materially failure, and while the! body: 'was inters

J Saturday., ....92 68 .:0 for Atlanta, where she will spend home in 111. j'I baby and Prater Gilbert, who spent I ,to the appearance of, the res-]I red 'In >the Rose Hill cemetery plans J
Champaign "
+ Sunday.. .....98 69 some,. time. \ I I I I I the-week end at: the Gilbert;:t home. idence and, to,the convenience' of the were made at that time to-take tile,
.<< 1 Mrs. J.'A. Blackwell ad her daughter family.. 1. body to their old h&rne at'a later date.Graystone .
returned
Monday., .97 72 Rev. S* W. Lawler, pastor ofthe, They Sunday evening.W. I

Tussday'... ._..88 68 190 Methodist church, went to Fort' shopped, Mr.in Georgia Kissimmee Sawyer, Thursday., of Ashton,I H. Wilson and son and" Jl; A. -.. . . . . . . . . - -
_...92 .70Xtursdl1Y y
Wednesday Myers Monday on business. Barclay motored to Gotha Tuesday- to 'r
_.__.._86 67 These diamonds,are to wear on your inspect "
J. E. Carlton has some property recently purchased
returned to Kis
ooo. simmee, after brief in feet.! Nice line'just arrived; all solid from' the Break'? A: Barclay ADK.INS; &' SONS!
.ott..ooooo..0.tOO 0..OO..OOOO.Ot..... oo Jacksonville.-Florida a Timn-sojourn Unlop. leather: and. latest styles .Gilbert's. I Realty Comany.. Mr. Wilson resides on ,

a Mrs. Luther Farmer has returned!! |what Is'known' as. the Voile property '
:Mrs. Roy Chalker arrived from from Forsyth Gay where she has been 'which, he purchased from Madame B.A.RBER: : SHOP 4

l The Local FieldFire Tampa Friday and is the guest of her visiting her parents and other rela Voile.

j parents, Mr, and Mrs. C* A. Carson. tives. S
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Dimmicti I I Mrs. Helen Perdew left yesterday 14 Broadway, next' to :Port Office
Miss
Marie of Orange Mrs. Morris Dickinson has returnedto for Tarpon Springs to spend the sum..' 1 Y

Insurance. See A. E. Drought. Center, spent some time here whileen her home in DeLand after a pleas I I mer with her daughter, Mrs.: George HAIR CUTTING AND MASSAGE A SPECIALTY

route to St.. Cloud to visit Mrs. L. ant week's visit with' Mrs. II. Clay 1 Nlckl s. Miss Helen Perdew has been ,

Tuesday Mr. and in Orlando Mrs. J. B.' Dillard spent J. Wood. Stanford j there about two weeks and 'has takena We Extend a cordial: invitation to the public. Call and visit us. ,

C. H. Funk left Saturday for position as cashier in a large ice
Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Farmer returned
J. D. Woodbeck, of St. Cloud, wasa Cleveland and other points in Ohio, this week from Reynolds, Ga., where I.cream parlor. Miss Helen i is popular 0600 ooouooonooooo.oo..oor.o.ou, 0 00.00..00.. ...... 1
Monday visitor here. where he will spend some time on 'among the young people of Kissimmoe ,
they have beenvisiting'' relatives for -- -- .
business. I land they will be glad to know she isI <
When"you buy bread ask for Reed's. some time. o.oooo.oo..oo'oo.oo ...ooo'o..oo.oo""OOO..o..o..OO.I. .
I well located In Tarpon Springs and has
Butter, Nut. -15-2t H. C. Berry and C. P. Fairbanks, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and' '
Milting a position for which She is well fitted.
Mrs. L. Mozler, of St. Cloud, was two well known commercial men of son Herbert arrived this week from I I. Have You
a Monday visitor hero.A. Baltimore, were here last week: call- Montgomery, Ala., for a visit with Miss Albina Smith, who was recently Tried Our I
appointed county: agent for the
ing on their customers.G.
Groves, of Cincinnati, 0., arriv- Mrs. M. Munger. I|canning clubs of Osocola "county Is '

ed in Kissimmee Monday.Mrs. S. Tucker, of Fort Pier, whole C. A. Atkins, who spent the past meeting with gratifying co-operation- Washing Plan ? :
well and favorably known to a week'with his sister Mrs. B. S. i -
A. H. Fox, of Shingle Creek, number of Kissimmee WI'. Copo- ',Jon the part of the clubs throughout '
in the 'people, land, returned to his home in Wilmot, the county. On Saturday Miss Smith'jvisited 1'
shopped city Tuesday.
here last Thursday and Friday.Dr. '
Ark. .
Wednesday. | Center Park. At this point '
S. D. Decker, of St. Cloud, was a 'the Ask some of J'our'frie"d. who have. "
11. S. Dew and C. C. Robinson, Mrs. D. C. Fielding, little son and club has ,a membership of four-t

Tuesday visitor here on business. I of Houston, Texas, are spending sev- I daughter, of Tampa, spent the past teen girls, each the possessor of a They'I tell you how well we do, it. .,

W. Makinson made a business I, eral days here and are contemplating ,week in Narcoossee with her mother, 'fine growing gar .n. Monday was j \U,

trip to Orlando and Sanford Tuesday buying cattle to ship to Texas. Mrs. Brack Johnson. 'I spent at St. Cloud, Fi.iny Point, Bags-
I II '
!villa and Kigsiuimee Park. Iq thai Call Phone 61 and Let Us
Mrs. H. E. Godwin, of Avon Parks! Mrs. G. G. Leitner and daughter, I Wear Diamond brand shoes and' you ;\places: the tomato in

the guest of her sister, Mra. DoWilton !Mrs. F. C. Edwards, left last week get the worth of money. Guaranteed ising condition. crops are a rpom- Come Get Your Wash
for Swannanoa, N. C., to join Mr. Ed- Family
Alderman. .
all solid ,leather- Good stock to select ... ..... OfTEACHERS.
wards and spend the summer there.J. .
from Gilbert's. ,
Reed' Butter. Nut Bread Is just at EXAMINATION. -

what you need. Try it.-15-2t Y. King and family have moved Mrs- F. M. Waldron and two childrenare i We Also'Clean and PressEverything ,

Miss Sam Dixon returned here from Davenport and are pleasantly expected here to be the guests of Notice is hereby given that on the
Saturday located for the summer at 6th day of June, 1916. the Uniform But S'
from Jackson Tcnn. where she has Mr. and! Mrs. B. M. Tedder. Mrs. Wal- ReputationsOliver's .
r ..been in, Hammock Grove, .east of the city. dron and Mrs. Tedder are sisters. Teachers' Examination will be held at
. school. the Court House in Kissimmee Flor .
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1 Mrs. O. J. Cumbus, formerly Miss
Attorney W. B. Crawford left Monday Everybody invited to a box social ida. Every examinee is requested to .r
;Annie Bass, who now lives at Aroer-
on a business trip to Tallahasse icus is I next Saturday evening, May 27th, at bring pen, ink and cap paper and a Suitatorium Mlyric
Ga., the guest of her uncle ),the Narcoossee dancing hall. All the
and Pensacola. fee of one dollar. Owing to the fact
and aunt, Mr- and Mrs. R. T. Butler.
ladies boxes.G. .
to
are requested bring that the primary election will be heldon
Mrs. B. C- Lloyd and Miss R. L .
Carr, of Bartow, spent several days Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Duncan 'and Mr. G. Crawford returned Saturdayfrom the' same day, the. examination .. 0 to o. ... ........ ............ ........,..."". .... .'..
and Mrs. W. M. Kennedy, of Tavares,
this Jacksonville whero he had been will. .not, begin until one o'clock p. m.
here week.
motored to Kissimmee {Sunday and attending the commencement exercisesof All'those desiring to take the examination S

Mrs. E. A. Tatum and son, Frank, were dinner guests at the Graystone the Florida Military Academy. will please notify'me and receive
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left Tuesday for Benton Harbor tot Hotel) I rGeorge whic institution ho is a graduate.Rev. a 'blank form to be filled out.
CasinoSATURDAY
spend the summer. C..E.,YOWELL Theatre
Sheldon, president of the
W. W. Shaw, of Baltimore, whoIs ,
Attorney Lee 'Jarrell went to Bas- Southern Chautanqua ''System with attending the Presbyterian Assembly 1:3t' ,Supt. Pub. Inst. -' .

1 aenger Thursday to attend the Kill headquarters at Gainesville, is in the ,at Orlando, spent Sunday, here '

l c.;:,. 'simmee bridge hearing." ity'' in the interest 'of. a Kissimmee and occupied the pulpit at th.-Pres. ........ . . . ...... ,

",l'; VH'\ ''f Re,. H. W. Chamberlain, of i CresS .- Chautauqua v ,,, byterian( church at the momb.g ser. T. :' LODGE )MEETINGS a Get Ready'forTh Matinee and'. '

/>,,; r, fcCSD City was here this week mingling, )Ir..- G..f!J/Strickland'and.children, vice. . i. '_ -, t'NwSerial ".t ' Night : : i'
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\are the'' t .. .t.. .o o. .o t .
-with"the local ministers of Delray, spending' : summer .* Bessie
\ ,Mr.: and Mrs. E. L. Lesley and children Barriscale::
::' with her father, 'I. M. Lanier, and Mrs. J. Wade Tucker and chile WOODMEN3 CIRCLE Tohopekaliga -
F. F. Coffee, of Orlando; representing { hi ...;,
other relatives in The Point settle- dren Mrs. John S.'Cadel Misses Etta : meats
the Armour fertilizer works, was GroVe.No.. 66. every first '

here on business Monday. 'ment. and Lucy Witherspoon and Mrs. Ross and' third Tuesday night. Social, "T"f lAST'ACT, !?

Among the visitors here Sunday to Graves motored to Weklwa Springs meetings second and fourth Tuesday "The Iron paw"First .. ;
'Fat juicy and tender meats always I
found at Market'phc.ne 44. tf hear the band concert were C. E. I Tuesday an deport: the day there. afternoon in Fraternity Hall. andChester"

Howard and family, of Orlando. Mr. Mrs. Fairy Rexford, clerk. .
Maxwell A. Kilvert, who is connected Mr. and Mrs. J. F. O'Berry and Episode Will
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Howard is editor. of the Oran,.. Mrs. Ollar Guardian.JOSEPH Conklln"CINDffiSOTlOVE"
'with the Southern Colonization 'daughter Elizabeth, Mrs. Robert Savage Be Shown -In--

Company spent"Sunday here. County Citizen. and .daughter Olivine, motored to

Hon. C A. Carson, his daughters, 'Winter Garden on Sunday. Mr. O'Berry .. JUNE 6th ''i
F.bC. Whitthorne
traveling -
representative Mrs. Roy Chalker, of Tampa, and ,| inspected some property he owns
of Florida Times-Union
the
Miss Inez, left Monday for Columbia there with a view to planting grove. II!
was a Tuesday visitor in the city. I (A Keystone)
College at Lake City to attend the
Mrs. Pat Johnston and baby, Mrs. Pearl White, Crleghton
Mrs. C. B.. Harris and children, of -
't-- commencement exercise
Ada Marsh
.ttelda. Miss Ethel Miss Hale"and Sheldon in S
Gainesville of her Next Thursday
Fta., are the guests
Mrs. Lewis! O'Bryan and the Elizabeth: Donegan, Robert Doncgan, '
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Sumner.. Misses Lottie and Lola Lawler will Senator Arthur E. Doncgan and C. B. the principal'roles Lilian Gish In 4

Mrs: C. W. Griffin and daughter, leave next Monday for New York McCaughen motored to Chuluota last Daphne and the

Miss Alms, loft Saturday for a City, where they will spend the summer Saturday to attend a barbocuo' and }

,week's visit with relatives in Tampa. with relatives of Mrs. O'Bryan. political: mooting- i j' Free Pirate I j,

Mrs. C. H. Blanchains left Thursday Mrs. M. E. Croxton and son left The popularity of tha brick high Pearl White to 'Every- andCharles S

for her home in Jacksonville, aftera last week for Lancaster, N*. C., to way between this city and Orlando- is one who attends the '", f
Murray ,
week's visit with friends in this city. spend a month with relatives. being proven each Sunday, when
show next Tuesday '
Mrs. Margaret- Dickinson, of De- many automobiles travel to and fro "The
Born, Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs.J. Judge"INSURANCE
on
Land, Is the guest of )11 s. H. C. Stan- between the two cities. A large number night. ,f
B. Walker, a fine boy. Mother and !
of Orlando people motored to
e
child are.,both getting along' nicely. ford.A. Kissimmee Sunday afternoon and 'enjoyed <, ,
D. Penney of Fort Pierce
W. T. Hansell!, general superintend- can- the band concert. j
tent of the A. C, L. railroad was hereTuesday' didate for State's Attorney in the ............... . ..0......... ... .......... ......... '
Seventh Judicial Circuit, of which Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Farrell, of Wash-j|'
after business inter
> + ests.; looking Osceola county Is a M part, spent the ington, D. C., were visitors here last and ESTATE:

I weak end here mingling with the week while -en route for their home j REAL . :

George R. Paschal: representing theGrooverStewart voters. alter pending the winter in Tampa j -

: Drug Company of The Kissimmee Concert Band and St. Petersburg. They have spent, GI Let us insure your Life, your health, your Property.. ; :

Jacksonville was a business visitor en- the past twenty winters in this state
j Information for'
joyed a case of iced Chero-Cola last H. JONES in regard to property. .
here' Tuesday, and expect to return next fall for a'
Friday evening after' the regular con- more extended visit here. sale and rent cheerfully: given.,

Mrs. G. Rutherford spent Thursday cert. The beverage was the gift of Candidate' '

in S.anford} visiting Mr; Rutherford the Chero-Cola Bottling Works, o( B. E. Evans, county farm demon- In addition to fifteen other good companies,:we: '<

/ ,' who has been ill, but who is Orlando. srtotor, returned Wednesday from Auburn now represent the well known: "
State
\ ,now Improving. William Arnold has opened what and Birmingham! Ala., where be ,Attorney HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. ofNew'York'I '' '

R. F. Holland, representing the Co- will be known as the Kissimmee Filling went to take examinations for a Hallter'1 '

-mbia Drug Company of Savannah, Station at Boyd's bicycle ihop, at degree in the Alabama Polytechnics Democratic Primary : : C31- GJIIIiIJE&! : 5
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"..'Was, here from Orlando Monday calling No. Broadway.. He will handle the Institute. He was successful: June 6, 1916 I Second floor Citizens Bank Eldg. ;' K&simfnee,T1a. :t
week DOW ,
on the trade- products of the Texas and was reported last and is being _
company congratulated by his many friends. ... .. ... .. . .. .....t..... '
both and
Mr.', and Mrs., H. M. Breaker, Mrs. will supply gasoline oil to -

S Franklin and daughter Miss Irene, and his customers. Mrs- W. B. Harris is a visitor in .., '_ _

". Miss Carpenter motored to Orlando for Mrs. M.:3 Seymour; who'hat been Miami and ,OJus,,having. come down r r Vl

.1 a day's Tuesday. ; from her home in Klsalmmee to' vistl '
pleasure
Miss ,
villtln,. Demo White, )eft Saturday } '
"', her,,father,'J. W. Seymour; of, Ojns, SUMMER RATES, NOW IN EFFECT= ..
"' Mr.:,and ,1 rIr..,,George; ';W.' Persons for Augustine .for' a 'few l '.
\ ,;1".went to Lake Wales Tuesday on a com.bjned da,.., On Monday His.,White Joined and her,' sister 1rI C.M,Fissure, of I : Miami;; Mrs Harris ,arrived :early "
-:+,.. bp.tn.is and pleasure trip. :They her 3a 'Jacksonville'and together they
Sunday, morning ,and at this '
f f are expected to return toda "., left for, their .bomo.In'Cbampaign. ; came
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S time especially to visit bar, father, :

v. 'Will Simmons, who lives In the Par-- Illinois.. *T1 .*! T-V. ."' who has, been quite ill'f or,some time. GRAYSTONE HOTEL ,:

;. i'tin, 'settlement/ the misfortune: : Mn.'Edoa'D.Mandel, 'who has been- Mri; Seymonr la.now; aM. .to-'sit 'fvifand'is ' '

10M hs| bam by fire one day this week. visiting her,mother,,Mfs.lJ- M,:Coch- : Improving'raptdlycto''the' delight 1" $10,Per'Week'aad; Up: \ ,.,'." i

The cause of the,fire is.unknown.Mrs. rane,''for; several :weeks,. left Saturdayfor 'of,.W. friends., Mrs?Harris:is : 'n ;: '

; C..Buckles; ,.who has7 ',been a her home in i Colorado'Spring; the'wife 01 Editor Harris, of the Kis 0 ";C'fERC'E . t' -
t where she ''will remain through the simmee Valley Gazette and has : 2 }
many
store .
!, ..;'faithful] employe W the Kits for b"f: f'r '1
TetnrnInr to FlorU;in the Lbiead*'here who'{welcome"very ''" ,uoy' : : : .Ii. : :
\, ....: _era! years' is enjoying a.vacation of summer.;,.. ,.. '!''t>'" ,!",, '" .
MsltU tlamt
,; 1< :'snysrsl ...... t UitU ij; the s.mmr.1"i I I !:.taBtDo, , ..7. r ,. f .... I .. " "). Metropolis-, : "" "
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I ie'erts.; and the mountain in that partof bird.. Early in the mominl' 'Vnc! ,

,. ,.:Firr'ANNUAl STATE th. United States. E.peclal attention the'' last' of 'May or th.' first week"'of; Jw
UTOLAKEAN PHOTO OF CLASS It also given to securing data as Juno evory male bird should'be in full ;'. '

? } "..iJ' SHOOT A, SUCCESS to birds in the fruit district of tho song, and therefore .easily counted. The
Pacific Coast and in the South. Atlantic '
(Coaiinaed from Pag One.) OF 1916,. OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL and Gulf States. count of one day Is to tx Verified.
observations several morning
e The information collected this ;yearIt by on .
,., Frather,. )f Kissimmee.; sixth; Dr. W. Is bolieved will be of special valueIn The height of' the breeding season,
Ei l, B. Men 'Titusville" ; seventh, J- E enabling:the department to test the should be chosen for this work- In the '
Martin of Tamp effect of State and.National: bird laws, latitude of WaahlnJ'ton'May SO is _

,, Special" medals,. and' trophies :were and also determining: what'velatton about the proper date for the count; ..'f.
warded as follows ship rfxlsts between bird life and the In the latitude ,of Boston ,the work

Winchester Shotgun presented by prevalenco of locusts, grasshoppers, should! begin a week, later; and south .
Knight & Wall Hardware company, ': and other insect peaty in different lo of Washington even an earlier data .'.'
p : "of<< Tampa for high acorn on total F calities.As should be selected. V '\
registered,?targets-W. N. Boylston, .it is impossible to make an actual Jn addition to reports en* farms "W--*>';;,
of' Leesburg., count of all the birds in any extended suburbs, enumerators who can do eo ";
31 .f Set'of silver knives and forks, presented district each enumerator, is will bo asked to. report on the birds ;f.
by Hibbard-Sponcor-Bartlett asked to report only upon the numberof in a timber area of: about 40 acre*' r' 'i"
C6.:, ,Chicago for lowest scoro on total birds breeding in a selected area in an isolated bit.of woodland of from
registered targcts-r-Honry D. of 40 to 80 atroa country and or suburban -.id to 20 acres In, the Northeastern '
Moore! Leesburg. districts. From the figures States seperate reports on the number '
Rood and reel, presented by S. B. thus obtained; those in charge of the of birds found' in the wilder por +;
Hubbard Co., Jacksonville, for high work are able to approximate thus total ,tions of, farms, preferably those ,*ur. ."' "
''I score on total targets, ..exclusive of number of birds of each kind in,veycd In the earlier counts, are de lnd."" "
the state championship-. E. Sands, di, 'erent'sections of the country. ''I i Those wishing to take part in the;
Enumerator who wish to on can :obtain complete instructions .
,of Fort )'ierceI ) report survey
I Gray s tone Hotel (Kissimmee) gold birds on farms are asked to choose an j by writing to tho Bureau of Biological
medal for high professional M. area which Includes farm bull<'linga, Survey, Department of Agrl*. .
i .Daniels, Lynchburg, Va. shade trees,.orchards, plowed land,I culture Washington D. C. The work: ,, b
Shotgun presented by Tampa Hard pasture, or meadow or swamp, but not t however, tails! for & considerable
ware Co for longest straight 1"11n-, :very much woodland. The enumerator knowledge of birds, and only those who ''

M. E. Stephens, of KIuimmne.i 4 .&,_,_ begins his survey at daylight some I can readily distinguish the 'dl 'erenE''
?i DuPont Medal for run of 50 or ___. ', 1i morning and zigzags back and forth 'kinds should undertake to. make* returns
over-M. E. Stephens, Kissimmee. ; in the selected area, counting the male for their localities.! ''
The total score of each of the contestants --- - e
,r for the two days' shoot was n
l as follows: (The first figure indicates
number broke and the second number. .
hot atf:
_ i First day." vbgkq' The above is the photograph of the' Issue and shows unusual ability on'I I I Moseley, Edith! Niswonger.

1st day. 2nd day. 1916 graduating class of the Osceola part of the members of the class- The I Celeste, row, left to right-Parah

W. T- Makinson, High: School, as printed in the May Issue members of the class, a* shown in the Clark, Orpha Rose, Will Mason Tiller
Kiuimrnee1262200 __ . of the school "The photograph follows '
high paper, are as : 'J.larie.
Boyd, Frank Calkins, Mattie
4 1..E. Lvpfer Utolakean". This issue of the paper, First row, left to right-Ethel Gil- "
Kissimmee __ __...131x200 123x00 which is just off the press, contains all bert, Dollye Alford. :Belle Harris. Call 'Phone
G. W. Overstreot, of .the essays written by the class Second row, left to right-Helen Fourth row, left to right-Arthur
;f Kissimmee _. _.166x200 123x200) members and delivered at the annual Bass: Grace Wlnn, Lilian Prentis, II Jarrell, Nat Carson, George Cooper,
e G. I[. Prather, commencement. It is a very creditable Kathleen Beardcn, Maurine Dann, Toney Regero.
Kissimmee 150x200 165x200T. .' _.
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W. Ellis, W. B. Mell, oo oooo + + + + oa pe cons interested in bird life who ,

Kissimmee __ .__151x200, 150x200 Titusville __ _173x200 168x200 0 4 agreo to act as volunteer enumeratorsand
Walter Huff (professional) 1916 COUNT OF BIRDS- 00-
L. R. Farmer, count the different kind;: of birds
Macon, Ga. ____171x200, 180x200T. 0 4
Kissimmee141x200 152x200 fount: in a 40 or.80 acre firm ur wood-
II. Evans, 0 Call for Volunteers, Especially In <
land tract their hompj. The
r' Orlando ,___ ...162x200 180x200 Chas. Pcnfield (prof.) 0 the West, to County Birds on > near
,{ 'C.. E- ..Sands, Jacksonville __ __166x200 169x200D. 0 Farms and Woodland Tracts. 0 counts thus made by unpaid observers
f'. Fort Pierce ____178x200 162x200 A. Deen during tho past two summers have furnished *
r-- C. G. Westcott, Jacksonville __ .117x200 65x100 + 0000 0 00 ;. 000 to the department valuable data
on the charactr, number rand distribution
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Orlando _? _174x200, 168x200T. O. J. Cook, Tho third annual bird count,of the of the bird population.This .: .
A. Cassetty (pro!.) C. E. Carlson, 1**ityfl
Nashville Tenn..l66x200 167x200 R, E. Mann (profJacksonville .) Untcd States will be mado by the Bu- year tho ornithologist of the 1 THC

.. W. R. Beckwith, 1 : __ __147x200 157x200 reau of Biological .Survey of the de- department wish particularly to secure -
Tampa ..... ..169x200 169x200., Fred Whitehead, i partment during the breeding_season a large number of volunteers in
l . J. E. Martin, Titusville .. ____152x200 154x200 in May and Juno. In making-tltiv", survey the West to report on the bird life in

J.'" Tampa _? _.--171x200 176x200 J. L. "Hargrave, ; the bureau, will rely largely on .the plains, the semiarid regions, the "So the People May Know"'

f |J.; G. Anderson i iif St. Cloud __ ____ 86x 60 _____'._ ;

+ Tampa. ..'*_.._*.164x200 167x200"C. J. II. Mooney I -q '-",, -"" ,. ... .: ... -q --"... M ....- -q
.' B. Dekle, Orlando .... .___ 25x 40 _______ W oW- W .,-
.1. Tampa ...'_ _..._162x200 162x200 S.-J. Entrikin? print The all Valley the news Gazette's all the desire time,is but to ,

t L.' '1'., E.,Wlrt, { Narcoossee .. .__ 82x100. 132x160 unless items are sent in by phone, ,
I,' Bartow v___ j.._164x200[ a....... Henry D. Moore, < card or letter, we cannot hope to get
; \J FIRST ANNUAL-Galley TWO," Leesburg __ .... 85x200 -01x200 I IMeeting .it alL If yon know of any Item of .
J. J. Nelson .; B. E. ..... I ,.;. PolItical I news The Valley Gazette will be, very ,
( ) Haley ,
prof.* | i' 'tl'K. & : ) :.: .'.t .. //1: Big ,,;.,ii'; : glad.to print it.. ,. .. ;
Jacksonville :113x2oo"7173x200172x200 ')KI88lmmee :..J'? 125x200 55x100 ", -*' .l; psi'! "' ,: ..[0 f
Jacks. R.Rees': (., Ni"MI\. ;!\" JQLOtey. ',_ : II !"V." I,: Club, Society, Lodge' Church tor ,\:""r'',' ;""'" .'Ii"
School J'lotrtll i people going' ";'I ".j
<', Jacksonville K 42:. .170x200 I Orlando I __ ...:.__ 75x120 70xlOO awsytorcoming II e
} back marriage, deaths i
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y/ k or
Gricrson'f'r7 "* rr.'" '| ): -tJr
;, George ., T 5FWii74x100 C/E.'Carleson, ; ,l. ,': birth., items concerning visitors. ., '
Jacksonville 1.166x200L..M. ._ ,.. 67x120 I "
St.'Ooud; ,,63x100 building operations, real estate deals ,
r' Boykint t: S. W. Porter, neighbors moving in or going oat and
'Jacksonville .. ,.145x200 77x100 I St. Cloud __ ___- 89x 60 ______.. in fact anything that will make The
Valley Gazette more interesting to its
,B.. H. Llndsey 'H.; N. Hale, readers.

r Bonifay'J169x200' 173x200 Tampa -. _..____ 18x 20 _______
c i .E. M.. Daniels (prof.) Richard Holland, The Valley Gazette's "motto 1s: "So

'c Lynchburg, Va.. 187x200 188x200 Orlando ._ ._____ 48x 60 _______ end the People we ask May your Know._per and tlon.te that ?
W., N... Boylston, P. E. Morgan,
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t Leesbunr -172x200 176x200 St. Cloud __ ____ 59x 80 61x100W "Nelpus Kissimrnea" .
B.. : F. Watts, A Drawdy '\
t Leesburg ....163x200W. 131x200 .St. Cloud __ ___ 29x 40 The state itinerary for the state and national candidates ..

\, T. Laalie (prof.) E. M. Goodrich, prepared by the State Executive Committee
4 will bring to
tt+ ,.J.L McCabe (prof.) Ed. George ..
*rt Jacksonville. _. ..170x200 165x200 St. Cloud __ _______.___ 43x 80
} If. E- Stephens C. C. Young, ,
'XUslmraee _? .,.168x200 180x200 Haines City ,___________ 22x 40 Kissimmee at the Graystone

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Saturday May
"j 1 .1 S'Y -. KNOTT '- .,
j A. CARSON President N. C. BRYAN Secretary. *
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l\""!! 4e 4 GOVERNIJ ORt The Waters & Carson -

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Governor of Public Instruction ,
I. : 0 ., I promise a Conservative and Constructive. Superintendent \,

of'J:" Administration. Secretary of ,State State Treasurer
1 t I-H .. W. V. Knott' platform I "Hon.W.V. Knott Is th. tronrt ,, Grocery Company
...urn.. his' triumph{ In th. < _
(: ,matorlal Herald. race: Punt fiords e f Florida H.' Is ahardworking and All Other State Offices Not Included -
t'a .
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whol....*-W.:bunch>Vi:Xnott b.aUa alr:.a...t-Volu.l.l eclatPalatka, Tim..rCoratZit.oord. in Held Here. I II Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
Listat Meeting Already
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Pale AiI".U..Tftf'nt "
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; ,The people of, Osceola County are invited to, come out

1 tv - - -- and hear these candidates discuss the issues of the cam


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1'- I I. to be secured for this work 'the all interested'in. "'taking ,th.
MICHELIN MAN'S TIRE BINTS.W. rially aided. us.In fact, tho; recent : person

DAIRY FARMER -' decision that whiskey and brandy are PLANS. . BEING MADE Board must know in advance what above mentioned work are, ). earnestly

. 'T. Makinaon'of.the W. B. Ma- neither a medicine; nor a drug is going : the prospects are for'a sufficient enrollment requested to notify County! Superintendent. -'

GAINS 30 POUNDS ,kinson Co., says that a, motorist'cannot to.be: of great value in, our campaign TO TRAIN.. TEACHERSCOURSE to Justify the ,'employment: .,C.E' ; Yowell. to that effect

jamb on his brakos without.affecting against li< uor. of such teacher. This being the case 1 not later than Monday, July. 3, 1919.f -. .

DECLARES HE NOW EATS BET. his purseLocked wheels are immediately "Big business is realising (that .it WILL BE: ADDED-TO OS- .. -- --- .--. . .-. -- -
for tire Mr has found foe In alcohol.
responsible bill. a' great
IF TENOR
SLEEPS BETTER AND CEOLA HIGH SCHOOL
TEH.
,Makinson'showed. the writer Heads of '
a new great corporations everywhere SIGNIFY
MORE: PERSONS
BETTER IN EVERY WAY
PEELS: ,casing which had been driven only a realize that Indulgence in' liquor .
TAKING TANLAC.Everylxy i THEIR INTENTION' OF TAKINGUP
SINCE
c I few miles yet the rubber was scraped unfits employes for efficient service WORK DURING COMING

3* I away exposing the fabric. At the very|! Many of these men are not only
TERM.'
in Columbia,Tenn.,know.' moment the wheel. tore locked by the ..demanding total abstinence -of their W Z HH

F. C. McGlavock, who own and operates brakes> the tire was passing over' a employes'but have caught the vision -r--' ,. '* J ,.:*4fc.' 5-75>

,, a large dairy business In that Plans are being made for the employment
stone. which was dragged along witS thst in order to be consistent they i
*V. city the tiro. This atone sawed right must help to abolish temptations to of 'a. teacher ,of "Teacher-
"If there ever was a believer in Tan- Training Classes" in the Osceola Make
through the fabric in one spot and drink and, thus give their employesa
lac." said R- M. Smiaer, the well known punctured the Inner tube. This careless fair chance to meet the demands High school providing as many as

*' Columbia Tenn., druggist, "It la Mr. customer, obviously the author of I made of them. Again business men, ten signify their intention of takingthe your linoleum f
-McGavock, aa he talka about it all he r
, his own misfortune, complained that are realizing that no one can spend course.
time. But he has a right to talk as there was a "weak spot ift his tire!" money for booze and at the same time The last Flori a Legislature passed -ting : wear longer

no medicine has ever helped anyone Yet oil his trouble delay and disappointment havo lit. to purchase the necessities of aJ law autho (zing Teacnlr..TralnJL .
'
.
,, -t. .. "
L
    has u
    much Tanlac him. He .
    as as helped were caused by smashing on life;; also that the increased taxation classes in the various seniorHigh -dingy''after o f niloleum '..

    - really. does( not look, like the same his brakes when ho should have applied resulting from the evils of the liquor schools of the State tho Stateto becomes scrubbing

    "'" man" Hero Is Mr. McGavock's statement them gently. As. matter of traffic greatly Overbalances, the pay (500 of the $1000( ( salary to it a few times. That's because the surface

    : be paid to each teacherof of a Teacher- wilt not resist.soap and water. The 'art '
    fact Mr. Makinson eays a car will amount of revenue received from the
    "I have now taken five bottles of stop"more quickly in almost every case traffic Training class, the remaining $500 easy, practical way to waterproof; linoleumand
    Tanlac and have pined thirty.pounds. to be paid by the Boards of Public keep' it bright is to varnish it with
    if '
    the brakes
    applied gently.
    .. ___ arc 'Wage-earners and all who standtor
    ii; you; don i. believe it' ., right. nere l L L .. .Instruction of the counties in" which K
    the best. interests of: the laboringclasses
    and look at me. I don't am'l classes
    come
    organized-
    are
    are learning that tho saloonis }
    what. trouble was, but I was all run To be enrolled in Teach-sr-Train-
    my a
    II IIThe
    not the best friend of the workingman
    down and was unfit for work. I think I I W.C.T.U. COLUMN] but is his worst! enemy. Many ing class of a High school one must .,

    , though it must have been my stomach, leaders of the great union labor be at least sixteen years old, and . III .
    aa I had no appetite and nothing seemed must have satisfactorily completedthe ,.
    regular meeting of the Union movement in our country are out. J
    tx> agree with.me. I was also nervous work of .the eighth grade of the MARBLE' FINISHWe
    o'clock. A full attendance Is request- spoken in their condemnation of John FLOOR
    and could not sleep good. I just Florida schools (or equivae"work

    kept going down hill and losing! weight will occur Friday May 26, at 2:30ed Barleycorn. in some other state), or must have guarantee it to be the'.best floor varnish made. It preserves -

    right along, and nothing did mo any as several things! of importanceWill "We have enlisted the children and had at least six months' experience ; the natural beauty of wood floors. Marble Floor

    good until miser the druggist, told be presented. young people in Loyal Temperance as a teacher. Finish resists constant wear. Two coats will last three yean

    me about Tanlae. Legions as Young Campaigners and The teacher of such raining class of bed
    bath-room floor four on the floor a room
    on a years
    The liquor traffic is doomed by the in Young People's Branches of the
    "I tried it on 'his recommendationand must be approved by the
    a percon need little Devoe Polishing
    immutable law of retribution "What- W. C. T. U. or parlor. To clean jt you to use only -
    it helped me from the first few Stale Superintendent of Public in- recommend Marble
    soweth that shall he Oil according to simple direction.s.Ve;
    a man
    doss.! The.medicine seemed to take soever "Women are obtaining the ballot. struction, and appointed by the Coun-
    Finish because in weather it will in 24 hours.
    Floor clear
    also reap. The saloon has sown to Everywhere the majority of mothersand dry dry
    hold right at once, and I began to eat ty Board.
    better sleep better and feel better the wind and it will reap the whirl- mother-hearted women are using No High school! is allowed to receive Shop in and let us tell you more of this and other Devoe products.
    wind. It is doomed by the judgmentof
    right from the st.irt. If anybody wants the franchise to overthrow the accursed pay from the .State for a

    to know what I think of Tanlae Just''' God. liquor trade, Teacher-Training teacher unless nn W. B. Makinson Company

    tell them to como and see me. I am "The church is measuring up more enrollment of at least ten pupils shall Kissimmee Florida St. Cloud Florida
    Our National organizer gives the ,
    right here in Columbia. Tanlae has splendidly than ever before!! in the be) maintained in such clacs. .

    .imply made a new man of me and Iexpect following reasons "why. 'we history of this great reform. Not It is very much desired that a -
    win ahall'l . ..
    to tell all my friends about : only have hundredth of church organizations Teacher-Training class shall be organized - - -
    "Our sainted Lillian M. N. ,
    what it has done in my case." pqsRccl/ ringing resolutionsfor in the Osceola County High'School
    just before her soul was ready towing I
    Referring to the above statement G. I National Constitutional Prohibi- for the year 1916-1917 in or- I
    its flight into the beautiful beyond -
    F. Willis, southern distributor of Tan- tion, but backed them 'up by active der that this school may do its share Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. H. Bryan, Vke Pres. J. L. Barber, Sec."T real.I .
    looked out with vision
    prophetic -
    lac, said: service. toward furthering, the educational interests -
    and said "I know to '
    ,
    we are '
    "Tan lac is without question the "Last, but by no means least, ware s of Osceola county, but such a
    "Some of the reasons why win'I''I
    greatest medicine of its kind on the sure to win bcuiuso of the splendid class cannot be organized unless

    .American market today. The extremeS 1 \to win are these: The I I spirit of co-operation manifestet there shall be at least ten persons +E
    world and its workers are with us. '
    popularity of Tanlac can only be accounted fall along the line. Not merely the!I who will signify their desire to take I
    I
    For through our Scientific -
    for by the extraordinary meritof Temperance years! Instruction department'various temperance organizations and the year's work. If a good teacher .

    the medicine. The system, besides practically all of the churches, bu
    being purified Is toned up and invigorated young people in our schools and colleges very largely all organizations working Bryan Realty Company i
    have been taught the real nature \\
    as the preparation aside from .for the uplift of humanity are
    and effects of alcohol.! A thor- : MANY TROUBLES
    cleansing the blood, revitalizes the united in this determined warfare twin < Offices on Broadway, Kissimmee,
    ough understanding of the fact that i
    constitution, overcoming, as it quickly National Constitutional Prohibi '
    I alcohol is a poison and nothing but a Opposite Graystone Hotel
    0seems to do, nervousness .indigestion! tion. I don't know how you fee AN :
    DUE TO in
    poison a short step not merely -
    means
    non-assimilation of the food, headaches for about it, but I can tell you in a fev! I t
    to total abstinence but to votes
    dizziness and othertroubles 'words how I feel. I tell you the light
    prohibition."We .
    that are so common." on the face of Jesus Christ is goinj LIVER
    have the with us to a INACTIVE
    Tanlac is sold exclusively In KIs- press to shine more brightly because over I ;41
    greater extent than ever before. I and We Pay Taxes fer Men real.
    Orange Groves Timber *.
    the other shore is '
    simmee by J. Z. Roberson and in St. on some one groinj
    We've traveled long since the Menu and Act s* Owner'sAgents
    way Cattle and
    Ranches, Country
    take the han d I
    Cloud by the Seminole Phartnacy.A to come to us, us by
    t time when a little squib about one- and say, 'You did what you could tx. Many of the troubles of life such as CIty Property fer Rente Property. \ }
    / thirty-second of an inch long in an headache, indigestion, constipation gh
    overthrow the traffic thi
    liquor and 1
    and lack of due to inactive
    are
    obscure corner of the paper was the energy '
    00000000000404004 traffic in women. You gave me a fail r livers.GRIGSBVS."
    only mention made of our work to
    CARD FROM W. S. PEARCE. 4 chance to become a sober man or i I LIV-VER-LAX is a
    this goodXJay when temperance news natural vegetable remedy that Will
    respectable woman and I'm in heavetonight n
    00000400000400004Bassenger. .is gladly Wught and published. Manyof get' the liver right and make these
    because of what did." Go May 19, 1916- our leadingpapers and practically you troubles disappear. It has none of tho
    help us all to line up or,to re-conse. effects of cal Lumber
    or disagreeable Co.
    Editor Kissimmee Gazette ,, / dangers May
    Valley : all of the eadnc: magazines now refuse -
    omel.
    crate ourselves to. this blessed') cane I .
    I note by your paper that the Coun- to take liquor advertisements and help to' bring the day 'when ev. Get a SOc or $1 bottle of this tften-

    .f 3iIy Commissioners! refused to pay and in; many cases editorial space is home shall be protected I did remedy from your dra&giut Leda Wholesale aad Retail DcaWb
    me for the work done on the road t from devoted to discussions,_ favorable to cry am Every bottle bears thn likeness of L. '
    : sweet; when everybody's loved one I K. GrJgsby, who guarantee it .
    Das the river by me-'and at
    engerto
    our cause. shall be safe upon the street." through Oscecla Pharmacy. YELLOW: PINE: LUMBER:
    my epense. I did this work in good "The medical world is with us,,
    ---
    ,faith, when the road was impassable.I Scientific investigation by individual 8 r
    understand that it has been stated and organizations in the realm ci Shingles and Laths

    that I was notified not to do the work: I I medicine regarding the nature and

    and that the county would not be I effects of alcohol and the heredity HOUSE: BILLS A SPECIALTY ;,

    ble for the expense incurred. lia-I evils resulting therefrom has mate.MUSTANG' I I The favorite Store of Kitfimmee: I'I'I r
    All ask is let figure on estimates.
    want to deny. I was not notified or J I we us your

    warned, and since a large number of Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. g

    the tax payers in.that section have petitioned -I \

    the County Commissioners to Phone 21 Kissimmee, fla. ,
    FURNITURE?
    pay me for the work uone on this road I 0

    I believe that In fairness to all .concerned For Sprains Lameness p

    : I should be paid.
    Sores Cuts Rheumatism
    W. S. PEARCE. -
    Penetrates and Heal I II

    Barbed wire cuts, ragged wounds, Stops Pain At Once RtiRt1 WE HAVE IT I

    collar galls, heal up quickly when For Man and Beast Mr.. Citrus Grower:

    BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is 2 c.SOc.$1. At All DeaIen.LINIMENT. For the time being we can supply you with bar;
    aplied. It Is both healing and anti-

    setic. Price 2Cc 50c and $1.00 per

    .5. bottle. Sold by the Osceola Pharma IB connection with oar Hardware Cat we carry a complete Water-Soluble PotashALL d

    cy.-Adv. Kae of funiture. We make a specialty of ontfittkf homes, and

    --- ----- ....cDe reliable
    YOU WANT AS LONG AS IT LAST'SThis ear

    UNION CENTER PICNIC LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your Is the most interesting announcement made in regard to

    Quirk's Chill Tonic cured my Bed Room Furniture, Dining Florida fertilization since the beginning of the European war, f

    TO BE HELD JUNE 1ST 1 the husband doctor's of LaGrippe medicine and and other Fever remedies after. Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits, Parlor dustry.and it is in keeping with our custom of being leaders in this In I


    failed." Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
    The Union Center. Sunday school IDEAL FERTILIZERShave
    LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla. r
    will hold its annual picnic in the Mil- Sold by Osceola Pharmacy 25c. Couches Etc.
    ler grove on Hillard's Island, Thurs for a quarter-oentury represented the best and most.complete \

    day June 1st. Basket dinner serve] line of plant food combinations possible to offer to the)

    on the groundThere will be a refreshment This store is Making a record. for itself La the matter ofkelpwf growers of Florida and now in this trying period IDEAL FERTILIZERS
    doing the almost impossible-giving unlimited
    booth. A cordial Invita- people to oatit t kernes. Come and .... On prices sure are
    tion is extended to all and a good IRE UAMiSStore POTASH content and all POTASH is strictly WATER-SOLUBLE

    time insured. rifkt K20. .;

    sod bank window. 1916 IDEAL FRUIT AND VINE ..' i h
    Drive Out Malaria.Builds Up SystemThe .should be pro- 4
    tn-tedwith rood wir* Am. 3 to 4%; A. P. A., 6 to 8%; Wat.-Sol. Pot., 5 to 6.%
    f-ti., Old....... mml Un b-*ia> Umle.oaonwa ( TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS: : :
    .
    .,- TAarsutsachui TONIC.OHM eat fuard lye make
    .... Ysladaaarkbntheblard.andbetideaetheareF l them for every pur. OLD IDEAL FRUIT AND VINE MANURE'Am.
    " A...*--. ....84111......cl Jdna. Me.MAXWELL ......including enters 3 to 4%-. A. P. A. 6 to 8%; Wat..Sol. Pot., 10 to 11'% v
    F No I ki.d ., kavo Gas; Steam
    partitions etc. matter what a EaglM ye* ,

    **..._.. _slv..,.Mi.iM.d|.vlrM ..!.- Railroad ... Stationary ......-we kare exactly tke Tool ye* CHEROKEE FRUIT GROWER 'r {

    M-witk,....b.a r.Wnl ..... Ia .everyday work Wrackes Hammers Oilers etc
    .I.. prirM.Valcan year ,, W. eV: T/S SPECIAL MIXTURE NO 1 "
    Iron WorksRUBMYTISM all of tke best sjufity and worirmansklp, wad at pica that will

    '-""- ....... surprise ye*. This dare has to repvtatie. ., kad&m ooJy AMMONIA-PHOSPHATE FORMULAS '

    hardware that b ., ...... ...,. sad. 70* will mako a. mlolake and any other analyses to meet your needs.
    '
    '. .; HOUSE !. coming ken NOW" faipsrting ...-keg stalk.Osceola i Our N.w Cat&lostu will fc. ready soon. Write to na +

    Wilson & Toomer' Fertilizer Company


    COFFEE Will care. your, Klieuniatisiin __.. ,..._ .( IDEAL STBRTIUKMS {
    Neoraleia, Headaches: Cramps 1s -.*. .C. '-.
    I I Colic; Sprains, Braises, Cats and Hardware d Company .......* a.! ._ JIfltt. .... ... AU r.*.lllMrir Bfetevtaie.JACKSOMVIUJB ..
    ...
    Is Perfect f/M m to ..r.r'/ag Ma..bloq ead .-- Wlr.
    II Barns,Old Sores, Stings of Insects ua t r ,- ra..a. ..'-t

    Ask Your Grocer I I Btc.twnally AJltiaQC and externally""'pe.*Price used 25c.in- ... ( .. .. -. - *"', ... .. ?E a'.L, i


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    'ft' FRIDAY. MAY M, ,I'I
    PACE 10 !* THE K1SSIHMEE VALLEY GAZETTE "t. "

    tailed 7,228 square yard of pa.ln.a .... i'

    NATIONAL MAGAZINE "MOVEMENT OF CITRUS MAIN STREET PAVING at.a cost of $$10,518, and 8,414 Lin. '

    !I Vote Your Second ChoiceDo I eal feet of curbing at a coat of $1-

    PRAISES JOE SEARSWORK FRUIT FALLING SHORT ACCEPTED 'BY COUNCIL The 388.S1.bill; making was ordered a total paid of :$11,905.29.

    "* " i" "1
    f Do not neglect to vote a second the vote were counted. In this event i I' completed -
    OF FOURTH DISTRICT CON. choio/3. If you"do you are only failing |J there would have been two candidates With the citrus movem.n t 2612 The brick paving recently The Wm. Colburne Company, of

    GRESSMAN ATTRACTS ATTENTION to vote in a second primary, for the I in the second primary. Suppose they can short} 'of last year's movement by the Alabama Paving Company Sanford, large celery growers, hare
    OF BIG PERIODICAL DESPITE nd-cholc. Main street from Oak street to inaugurated a mail order business in
    a ballot takes' the placeof would have been Bryan and Tram- the total shipments up to May 13. on
    FACT THAT HE HAS !111 It. gives the opportunity' limit formally accepted selling celery direct to consumers' and .
    'you mell. You would then .select one of this season shows 23,066 cars against tho city was '
    BEEN IN WASHINGTON( ONLY of.voting twice at one primary.whereas of the city council held it has proven a biff sucoeqQ The celery -
    the two, say Bryan. You would ,have I 25,678 for last year- 'To, date, May at a meeting
    SIX MONTHS. formerly you voted, twice, but at voted twice, once for Gilchrist as your 13,,, the movement consisted of 17," Saturday night T.: B. Gillespio vice- !i. carefully washed, sorted and

    different times. The same results are first choice and Bryan for second. 645 cars of range and 5,421 cars .r: president of the paving concern, reported the bunches tied with, a small rod,

    Congressman W. J. Scars, of. Kisimmcc obtained. choice. grapefruit. Oranges shipped the< the paving officially completeand white and blue ribbon> and, neatly -

    has attracted attention at the Many do not understand the second The same applies in the present week, preceding the? 'report totaled fiG) presented his bill. The *oik toUGH packed.( ; ,

    representative vf the Fourth Florida choice provision of the primary law case. All four are runningIf' you cars and grapefruit 126. Shipments -'" ,'

    District despite the fact that he has for the reason, possibly, that several vote for Gilchrist for your flfst choice. ,to May 13, last yoar comprised 13,- '

    been in Washington less than six explanations have been ,made where I and Bryan your second choice, thenif 1099 .cars- of oranges and. 7,579 ars CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK. -': "
    '
    months. The National Magazine, one those endeavoring' to enlighten the Gilchrist Is not one of the two high grapefruit. I

    of the big periodicals of the country, voters 'have used figures or X, Y or men, your: second vote counts for Citrus growers are much relieved I
    in its May issue' has an excellent like- Z, instead of names and have made Bryan as, though you had cast.no bal- since the long: drought has bon bro- DON'T STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED

    ness of Congressman Sears and an- tHe\ second choice feature appear more lot for Gilchrist. ken as a few morew eks without __

    article which reads as follows: complicated to the average voter. I Many voters will say at once that. rain would have put the crop past re- Your ,JIt .

    "Hon W. J. Sears, lepresentdtlve As an illustration: There are four they do not care to vote a. second dernption it is said. "Dodson's UrtF Tom" Will deal Your druggist! l or dealer sells you a -,
    of Dodnon's Liver Tone
    cent bottle
    CO
    I unusual citrus situation has objtained I
    An -
    Florida school superintendent candidates for United States Sena I
    from was a county I cholos ballot because It will count .
    thu Calomtl that
    Sluggish liver Better under my personal guarantee 1'-
    I in the State this as
    season,
    for ten years, aqd' therefore tor. They are Wall_.Bryan Trammel I against their first choice candidate. "will clean your sluggish liver better than Pnasty .(
    -is naturally interested in educational and Gilchrist. Such is not the fact,, If as above illustrated trees have born-in bloom at different aid CII Not Stilvttt calomel) it "won't make yonsickand

    rnatters. Down in his district Now suppose that under tho for- should Gilchrist be one of times since the last of January. The Calomel makes you sick; you lose asay' you can eat anything yon' want t

    some of his opponents said it was a mer double primary system, you de- I the two high men, then if the Vote 1 I maturing of this crop is expected to work. Calomel i* quicksilver and without being salivated. Your druggist r

    'good ways' from the superintendent'soffice cide to cast your vote for Gilchrist polled for Bryan will not count if make one of the longest marketing it salivates; calomel Injures your liver.If guarantees that each spoonful will start
    to Congress--but when you see seasons' ever known. Tress in many you are bilious) feel lazy: sluggishand your liver clean, 'your bowels and "jll
    and did so, and that Gilchirst was I Bryan should happen to be the high all knocked out If your bowels are
    Sears in action can understand sections are now In bloom and many straighten you,up by morning or you ,
    .J you not of the two when Gilchrist. and head aches or
    . __ ___ .one high men man with bloom Febru constipated your get your money back. Children gladlytake
    in during
    ._ others
    that distance are 01 email conse --- ------,---- - - - - -- -- ----- -- were stomach is sour, 'Iud take a spoonful of Dodaon's Liver Ton because it I la ::81
    lie gets there even though i i't' ary, March and April. A heavy June harmless Do4 on'a Liver Tone insteadof .
    quence. matinee and in its and doesn't
    night will be shown thi! with Sumnvrville enmeshed calomel.Dodson' pleasant tasting ripe or ,
    if there is salivating
    bloom also is. expected using sickening
    + be) 'long ways. i .
    a : make them sick.I
    may branches. cramp or ,'
    Thomas H. Ince production of "Thi I I Liver Tone is real liver medicine.
    of rain. A cloao to nor-
    I The above is printed beneath the plenty crop You'll know it next morning be. am selling millions of bottles of ;
    Last Act" with Bessie Barriscale i ii I During the excitement of the big/ fmal Is expected for next season. who have '
    photograph and then follows the article [ cause you will wake up feeling, fine, Dndson's Liver Tone to people
    : the leading role of Ethel Duprey. ThE,. day the children of the two chiefs your liver will be working, your headache found that this pleasant, vegetable, liver ti
    southern have decided to elope which they do .TOATAn and diszlnpM gone, your stomachwill Medicine take the- place of dangerous
    "Perhaps no representative
    story of the play is as follows: in a hose wagon. The police chief, be sweet and bowels regular. You calomel.! Buy one bottle on my sound
    has more varied and important interests Ethel Duprey returns to her theatrical -. who has overheard their plans,. thinks old woman was put in the witness will feel like working- You'll be cheer- reliable guarantee.\ Ask your druggUt :
    than Congressman William J. box to tell what she knew about fill; full of energy, vigor and ambition about me. '
    house after vainaeanh to elope on the
    boarding a they are planning .
    Sears of Florida. They nro beginningto the annihilation of a prize pig by a
    call him 'Joe' around the capitol a for an engagement Her money mule and sets a trap to catch them I motor car. 'Being sworn, she was

    sure sign that he is winning recognition. is gone and she is desperate. Suzette when they go to the barn. The young :asked if she had seen the car kill the
    His district which starts with couple are well on their way when in question. "I seed it." "Then," I '.
    the maid comes to comfort her, Conklin 'to the barn to hun for pig 1
    in twelve miles of/he northern boundary 'I goes It said counsel, "tell the court in as few
    but they interrupted by the landlady his he
    I are his cherished helmet. On way
    of Florida and includes all of the words as possible just how it occur iTiougIasShoesj \
    who tells the actress that shemust meets the wife of the police chief and
    "
    East Coast way down to the Up of I. I red. "Yes sir. It just tooted and
    the state, is 040 miles long. Jacksonville pay her board or get out. Indespair she volunteers to help him. When tuck him." :
    the police chief
    'the
    Ethel wanders trap is sprung .
    Miami Palm Beach, St. Augustine into a city
    and many other town of importance ''park and pile on a h'nfh. As she. find instead of the elopers his wife

    her face in her and ,'" and the hated fire chief. 666
    are in this big district corers arms No.
    "In his legislative work Congressman a charitable woman. Mr*. Hal. offrsympathy The scene shift to the police barn :
    .. witch in some wu>' is soon ablaze: : This i* a prescription prepared especially For Men
    Scars has l been a valuable member It IF refused, but t..? '-e
    chiefs wife is in It. for MALARIA CHILLS
    while: the police or & FEVER
    andChairman Mr Hae hi: '
    of the Committee on Education going away sips a : too aJIf ;
    Five six dote will break
    seeks\ refu.111 the adjoining 'ire or any cue,
    She
    Hughes looks upon him as the girl's coat WheEtho.l -*cur-< Itkeo then as a tonic the Fever will not
    when her husband come-
    onerTf his most efficient committeemen. to her room she rirsi a letter a !;'r\" barn, and return. 11 acts on the liver better than
    The bill which this .committee I a mall' part. She gladly accept'The to S j\e her the tire chief is there. Calomel and does not ripe or sicken. 250

    has reported to Congress! providing for day before the opening the leading : The comedy end with the police thief I -- --- Best Value on Earth

    the promotion of vocation! education ;| woman; has ar acoid .* a-I, i Ethel putting-: his wife in the portable jail. I

    involves expenditures of from ten tofifteen ''is permitted to take her place.
    million dollars and providesfor I Following her success' she meetsHale Next Thursday night will be pre- ,
    LillianGish in "Daphne and! I
    co-operation with the states where a proseprous lawyer who'e sented AT
    and Charles Murray in
    by they contribute dollar for dollar wife is a dowdy concerned only with the Pirate" .
    with tho Fcdeial government in the chari'ies His attentions appeal {fo "The Judge." I I '

    promotion of education and agriculture Ethel, much to the disgust of Suzette A part of the Dixie Highway! from x +ar '

    and the traces and inJustri-s. who goes to Mrs. Hale and A .3.50'
    Deerfield to Boca Rntorc, was com-
    Representative Sears believes that the warns her. Wife and actress meet I
    pitted and thrown open to the publiclast :
    education of tho young people of the the latter is reminded of the climax
    'I week.GEORGIA. J
    country provides the best preparedness 'of her own play and la4Il"gi\es up
    that the government can fur the man she has become very fond of t "+t .-. )
    ,
    nish. when she learns that he is the husband ..

    "The State of Florida has already of the woman who has befriended MAN IS ,

    spent more than $200,000 in fighting her. '
    TIME H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
    the citrus canker, and Representative i Before Mrs. Hale goes she has been RESCUED IN ,

    Sears is one of the leaders induced by Ethel to devote more time

    among a group of Congressmen'from !Ito her husband and less to her 'charities Resident of Woodstock Finds Himself '

    Southern States asking an appropriation ,' discard her commonplace attire Restored. After Ills Physicians -
    '
    Failed.T. .
    to effectually stamp out- 'this and 1 garb herself in'the frills which ,- : i
    A. Lewis who lives out on Route ,
    ,
    F" Japanese pest which has been doing so, every man loves. As the wife goes 8, Woodstock Ga.,'was the victim of _- -- -
    - ---- --
    much damage in his sects n of the I to what promises to be 'a happy homein stomach troubles for a long time. He

    country.! A glance over the map pf the future Ethel makes no effortto tried the treatments of many doctors.He .
    Eastern Florida shows that there are hide her sorrow at losing the only tried all sorts of remedies.

    hundreds of miles of navigable water. man she has ever loved. Suzette the His sufferings were a serious handi- i
    i j cap to his work. Ernest AmosA. The ofthe world
    There are six projects; in this single cause of it all, is again the comforting Then he tried Mayr's Wonderful eyes

    Congressional district calling for ap- companion as in the beginning of Remedy. Just as it always does, the Experienced Man for
    propriations in the Rivers and Harbors the play. first dose proved to him what couldbe
    done for his ailment. lie took the STATE COMPTROLLERYOUR
    bill, and that measure carries full treatment; then wrote: are on the man who
    $496,000 for Mr- Scars' district. He There will also be a Keystone directed "I have taken your wonderful rem- STATE AUDITOR FOR 12 .
    is demanding full rights for interests by Mack Sennett and entitled edy and am feeling better than I have YEARS. KNOWS TilE WORK

    I -of his people. "Cinders of Love," with Chester felt in four years. OF COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE

    "One of Representative Scars' four Conklin in the role of the "Fire "Your remedy does just what yea THOROUGHLY FROM ACTUAL
    claim it will do.
    1 fi committees is that of Indian Affairs Chief".. The story of this rollicking "I tried several doctors, but they EXPERIENCE. I WILL APPRE-

    and he is trying to do something for comedy is as follows: did me no good. I am triad that 1 CIATE YOUR VOTE.

    the Seminole tribe that fish and hunt The rivalry that usually exists between have found your wonderful remedy. (Paid Advertisement) SAVES'tl
    1 have recommended it to of
    some
    y ,, in the Everglades. He believes that I! the police and fire departmentsof my neighbors who need it." .
    a they should have schools and that a community l is the foundatio up- Mayr s Wonderful Remedy gives -
    early treaties made with them for !on which Chester Conklin and Slim permanent results for stomach, liver
    f' their betterment should be carried Summerville build their farce. While and intestinal ailments. Eat as much -.am.vlps
    and whatever like. No distress
    both chiefs their chill for you more
    -out. sleep men
    t after eating, pressure of gas in
    the annual meet between the two de-- the stomach and around the hear!. 4 Ef PAUSE for" moment, young man ;
    '4t4044440a4044444 partments. Before Conklin can be Get one bottle of your Druggist now "

    I -0 Oa awakened his wife is forced to turn and try it on an absolute guaranteeif 'W'V/4" I ,- yVY .,i.ro give a thought to self. The ?t
    l
    I will be ----- rr
    not satisfactory re -
    000 AMUSEMENTS 4ai In an alarm. The big event of the money '
    '
    *
    turned. 1:,. problems that confront
    I : I
    0 0 day is a tug of war The anchor for For sale by J. Z. Robertson and all you now or
    0 aaaaop44aa4a4a ah the police is Summerville, who has : other reliable druggists. We I.JI.'K carry' and all stand-the*!I will a few hence.
    The last episode of "The Gill and tied himself to a tree. A husky fire art! varieties that years
    ' i the Game" will be shown at the Lyric have been testedv
    ,
    man, who has been thrown into a and known to bt>
    :t ;; Theater next Tuesday night. Manager portable jail on a trumped up charge, oil adapted and climate to our Look about you-(he men of affairs in country state, natioB-yes,

    t Gus Beall has secured the famous handles the end of the lope for his \V. rum sew ...*. i. the world are the men who started to save early in life.
    serial "The Iron Claw" to begin side. As the tug seems to be going' For Congress, I mMt Immediate Of All ski the'e >-

    on Tuesday, June 6th, and he believes against his men, Conklin hitches a t' .seasonable...ed."F.F.D.; crop They have the respect and confidence of the community."

    that this will prove even more mule to the jail the tree is uprootttd Fourth District : f I'I'sakethey
    t uuTTphteilaGirlht the movie fans than and is dragged over the winning line rWAwr'rekO. Then look .. the other aide-at the'fellow* who fftend aD tly

    and the Game." Pearl FORREST LAKE .. I NONTIICANOLINA /' may bar a rood time for a while but Oat does ft,Ir

    White, Criegton Hale and Sheldon Wbeoever You Need a General Toolc ./ and \ the Rma11Rpantah ponoaality. reflect?
    Lewis who will be remembered as the Take drove'sThe Two

    t, leading actors in the "ClutchingHand" I. Old Standard Grove' Tasteless ofSanford I Crop. ,a j" e A dollar or Ie deposited im this bank will be .tko
    I'' chill Tonic is equally valuable .. a I SEED' COIIN. Mil
    clown} the Dixie Theater
    series at .Helen of a. honorable independent
    General Tonic because it contains the let HorKum" TtfSKr career. i,
    some timesago are the principals well known tonic properties of QUININB Weed.. at1UAN1hNA.s RhoAeslrssa Make your beginning soli:-today. Your.
    'f jn this serial4 Sad IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives ( Churn. bank book will pate the 1
    1 oat Malaria, Brrichee the Blood and Ifttt MMftlMMlO' 'O"'PIDA", KafTIr' way. ;
    Builds up the Wijolo SjaUm. 50 ceata.I I Corn. VIDI.VIDT
    t. To every one who attends the Lyric BR""". Upland
    ;,.. Theater next Tuesday night will be I -_-u -- Rice.und Lowland Seed

    : rwr given a photograph of Pearl! White, I' I State Bankof

    \\f ',, the famous movie actress, who will TOMATO L.vi..t..PI.ANTS R..fT
    be seen at this theater in the "Iron \ ... t.. ........

    ;;; 'Claw" a serial picture which will be- R. S. FLOYD .r... D..r Kissimmee

    gin on June 6th. Write 11* for e .
    .
    weekly I price Hit on
    Dealer InGroceries Field Reed drain.Poultrr i
    ij.,.", At ,the Graystone Casino tomorrow Peed ,and stock ------_________ ______.._$100.001.01
    'k t 1!' erlptlve Sungllea. Our catalogs d.- Rae.rcss.tfsr: --_--___________-.r--__ 400r000.0I s
    I
    : Moat of Nay Grain and Feed tree on requestA.ITPATtifiLT.irEn ,
    iSnmm.eBetterTbaath.Wss TIle Stroo' Withstand the . Officer It.fJ4.cton. ... t ++

    .- {If Old people who are f..ble.and younger .iwt.y C. A. CARSON. Pleat -M. LEE/Vi. jPlc. t
    \\aBdeaabled. to Ito Shl'Olll'b the d epreaekr o "i t tTry"Vs' -. KATZ W. .,Vi' pint..:' X .-;':.), ,
    ; sag beat of saauntr by taking regularly ...- on Your Next Or ARiIN SEE CfACKSONVI ROMA THOMAS.CashWCapital '
    I'Ororc's Tasteless Chill Tonic. .It purl sa I.. .fk'
    1 I ADd earidlee the blood and. bnilda* np . LO/e O& ...t'JIIAJ" .ttf'\\: : '.';!' :

    ., -.tao- whole-* f-JZ system.1* -*: I SOc., I.I:,..*#4.1..* .f;&;*f.!. .. '

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    >Y, MAT 26, .< :,. fHE:{ 'ISStUKRVALLT CA1ITT1CifVPAVS PAGRU



    : 'MttCTr'T1'O' : 'Tfl' :' ''!.' OlI'" '1C1MtM.i i monthly" ;
    STFILY: 1EK BT TUB TUCKIIRBRICKCOW.PANT. : upon ,the faithful performano b.C b- had upon the same qn the '19th eta7o.
    ANT. j of the term. and conditions herein bparty ... :..nf l tbe'itlf 40,. .,,.ta,. tii.. .zu.... A. n. lilt be'ortl saId CoUr SeIed II'tfIeS .L1W6C Itl Ma

    >a cross mirk . title cont0t. \ "peel.t Vaat., C bncer?.. o'clock in tbe no. '
    HSfSSJ of your cBtfte. ; 01. ;
    FOB umm:WORK vorS FOR ONJD ,- , IN m .artl* KR'BB8 .. 'l'IIJI'D. Lice thereof be published In theVat.. Vacant Liis and Acreage -
    In favor of entrt$ Into t contract for hereto . bftiI.lr proper OlRqer* srft Solicitor for Complainant tO-tt icy Oamette. a newspaper printed! Inaald ,
    ... the turnUhlna\ of electricity to the City their hand* a ths.dafan l year bistricf. and that all known creditor MRssUMMERs:
    4 ::, 0' KlMlmraee p by ,Tucker Brick Com- flrit a tHov. MASTKRMSAI.B.Notice and other persons In Interest ,
    of l-4t may at aald. tlm and place and '
    any. to the Presence | appear \
    MAYOR MAY, ADOPTS NEW SY8- Against entering Into contract for' the : '1. hereby' given that. pursuant how cause If any they have, why theprayer 60$ PeafltM SL.'S. KsJiUnnn.

    TEM AND ALLOWS ,WIFE urnlihlntr. of electricity to the city, by MOTICK Or,tJAa.10. to a final l deorlee rendered by the of said ,petitioner should not
    AND Tucker Brick Company. '. Honorable James W. Perkins, Judge be a-ranted ,
    t CHILDREN OF MAN SENTENCEDTO Unanimously pasted In open session !.'. C..iit.Ce.rt.> > !. ..4 fer Oeoe- at the Circuit Court of the Seventh And It Is further ordered. by the Court
    this Judicial circuit of the Stilt Florida Clerk shall send by mall to all
    IOI .. of
    May i. t."nt.t:
    .I.Ve..tT. ft'ateyl THE "
    SERVICE ON CITY STREETS.SUNK I'l. 'w. THOMPSON' In and for Osceola county In Chancery. credttore notice of said petl ttORIDAHETAlPRMUOwCAMANUTACTURE

    President of the Council. Bsall 'lIa..... ... Hraeet Maeh. e.partacre .- on the lit day of May ,.A1>. tlon and this order addressed to them
    PEJI DAY DURING HIS'TERM. Approved this lilt" ." of M.YA.. D. ..!.... ._I._ .. Mack Bret. ah tile. In the foreclosure suit ofW. 8.' at their place of residence' a* stated '
    .; 4S 1911.: J It. .MA'T'. ...- ."...."-.., Oulo vs. Sclplo Le....... C IX Carroll WITNIESS.The Honorable RHYDONM
    : CALL. Judge of Slid and the .
    Mayor of the City of Klsslmme' .. "I1I1P11IT. and D. a. Jenkins, I. as Special Courts 'y.IIIItITC
    .. ,..:-. ,. 1 I. 1\ May. Mayor of the City of II. O. Oe'Iver a.. D, O. McKay, I>etrmimmtm. Mastery In Chancery. on the first Monday Heal thereof. at Jacksonville?! In. saidDistrict METAt
    Ihl lllth
    of
    In June on day May, A.
    Clsslmmee. Florida, do hereby proclaim the urn being the sth
    When a man talii to support hta famIly and! declare that.. special election ofqualified ... All "'; e"ral dar of! June A. IX 1111'. between the im< CEILINGS
    In Klsslmmee'and U convicted In the elector. of said city .will Notice I*.hr: t IIT.n. that the undersigned hour of 11 o'clock: m. and S o'clock It-It EDWIN ,B, WILLIAMS' Clerk..
    b. held at Or.y.tonrCa.lno building a* Sheriff of Osoeola County, at the front ; the utiOorl House -
    :the city court of vagrancy thoi. de- aid city during. the regular hours of State of Florida, acting under and by In Klailmmee. Oeola county, CULVERTS. SHINGLf 5ntfi
    yoUng on th. virtue a Final Judgment renderedIn d., will offer for sale to the blgh.t NOTICE TO CREPITORS.IN \
    ,Sydent upon him profit by, the. senteitce 3rd Dy ef .....,.' A. n. 'ltl"I the 10'above case on Ihe 4th dayof .. and best- bidder for c..... 'th* fol -\ C>TMI w

    .( the court. upon the qutlon--of rtifying .r reectlns March A. p. 3910. will .x" 0... for lowing!; : :erl'ft"t1 ,property "COURT OF tTHB. COUNTY. JUDOB,
    ; contract for the furnishing of sale> and sell at 'the Court HOUB doorat : ,- and one-half STATE UK ....OR.n.A.OSCKOLA SHEET METAL
    '
    Following out advanced Idea. of to the City of Klsslmnnee, bye Klsslmme Osceola county, Florida. (I.H yard north. of the southeast COUNTY L
    Tucker Brick Company, copy .of on the first Monday,, : In June, A. D. liii corner of th* southwest quarter of the BUILDING
    methods In such cases Mayor, H. R. hlchectrlclty:contract Is published. herewith.I at public auction to the. highest anA southwest quarter of auction it., township I. re R... *f Dalsaa Oraliasa. .'
    has The-,following; qualified elector are best. bidder for cash, the following described tS. range I* east run thence To all Creditors Lesatea, Distribu MATERIAl ., : ;
    May adopted, the plan of, working hereby appointed to serve a. officer of property of D. O. McKay heretofore -' north ...... )'.nine and one-half <7V> 1"o and all person having Claims' \ TODAY 4f| jmj-.V9-ANC, SPCCIAL.

    ,the offenders on, the city street and aid Special\, Election ,R D. Oulce, J. levied upon under writ of execution yard.; thence west alxty-nln. and 1 or Demands against said Estate: '9'tCATALOWU' QUOTATKJN*
    W. Lilly. A! !). filbert Inspectors; H.J. Issued In said case. pursuant tosaid one-half 41i\Vi) yards: thence. south You. and each of you. are hereby no-
    paying the family $1.50 per day.. Bratton ,Clerk , Juda-menti ,! ..v..nty-nln..n one-half (7.... ) tided and required to present. any JACKSONVILLEFLA.!: .
    In Witness' Whereof. I have hereiln- One, Ford automobile. yards thence eat alxty-nln and one- claim and demand which' :you. or .
    Th. first caso of this, kind is! Ike to set my hand a. Mayor of said city Th*, purchaser shall par '(or bill of half (4934) IX.c, to the place of be.ginning either of you. may have against the -
    I. Nettles who ,Is 'now" caused the corporate seal of said city ..1... . lying and beingIn estate of Da I ma Graham deoeaaed,
    serving a sixty lI. the ,at Osoeola. and State of late of Osceola County. Florida, to the
    A. County
    to be hereto affixed and the same attested This lb> "f'JI. ,
    .
    day sentence on a charge by the Clerk this 10th day' of I_ H. 'R Florida. . undersigned administratrix of said estate
    the' valrf&J1cy."whll May, A. D. I.U. 0-Bt" .AS Sheriff of Oaeeola County.. Hated this the 4th day of May A.".D. within one year from the date Joe'E., JohnstonCITY
    '
    cityji paying $1.60 day UII .
    per It EMAYr'

    toward the support of his family. It tte.t-l.'M.yor ot n the OILBhRT t'Ut ot iisstmme. .. NOTICE 'OF I'HIMARY, BLKCTION. 1 1I tOt Special LEWIS'O'flTITAN.Hunter' In Chance.ry., heb.. !'. cfJ..y'.I. JACKld;,,, i.A. n; 1921.ORAUAM21st :

    .is the Intention of Mayor May,to continue .(seat.- City Clerk. In pursuance of the provision of Admint.tr.tr'hLNOTICE
    ....._ of Ceatrart.te lie v.... Oaw I, the Act of June 1911. regulating primary NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ENGINEER
    this practice in the future In all ,CONTRACT.' I 'eectIoiia.notice, Is! '1r.b.'I __ ___.__ n'_ !._
    such cases. This agreement made and entered. Into en ,.nat a primary. election._ -..... w* ui. IIUtJHT: nv THM convrv "VUUE., OK ADMIMIATItATOR' -

    this _.__!., day of *. .. A.: T) held, In each election 'precinct In Osceola _-, "STATE, UK FLORIDA tFr' Flaal Discharge) 5 :
    It Is the contention of Mayor May lilt, by arid between the TUCKERIJEICK county on- (ONtHOl COUnTY Surveying: and
    that the family'of offender COMPANY. a Florida Corpora The First Tsies4ar After the First' I. re Ketat. 01 Margaret' W. KecheaVrfer. la Court e f oO-Judge State ..fFlerida I
    an should tlon, hereinafter called the party of the ......7 !. J..... A. D. 1K1S. : : t Ueeeela UHBty. '
    T all :
    not suffer the penalty First I Part, and the City ot Klsslmmee. at which tlm*,In the several precincts Creditor. Legatees Distributeesand , Drafting
    non-cupport ; vote thereinfor all Personst havingClaims or '.....,...
    a Municipal Corporation under the the electors qualified may la re> R..ate'.f Hkssrlrk: M. ( .
    when tho head U doing servico for the Laws of Florida, the party of the see their,ebol.... of candidates the Demands against said EttatetTou Notice I* hereby given, to all whomIt I
    and each of hereby not'
    in ond .part. WITNKSBETH: offices respectively, mentioned a* fol. you. are concern, that on the SOth day
    city payment for his offense. While utr'herebY'coven.nt. fled and required present any claim may
    1. The party of the tint low.: r- of. October A. D. 1916 I shall apply
    new here the Idea has been tried out and aureps with the party of For United State S.ratorl-.. and demand. which you. or-' either of to'the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge
    ,
    you have against the estate of
    'I'th. second part to furnish to "per.'ty For Representative In Conitres*, may Koohenderfrr of .aid Court, a* Judge" of Probate.. for I '
    Margaret B deceasedlate
    by other municipalities and has been of the second part tI ltlto" the Fourth Congressional DI.trlct--on. of Onenola myf! nnal dlscharR, a. Administrator
    found to be a 'successful' of handling extent of ,the capacity$ of the City For Justice of. the Supreme Court- iinderslarned executor Ctfunty of Florida said etate.within to the. of the estate, of Bhadrlck M. Chandler se'He BULLOCK
    way recent. plant, toitlONE: HUNHRKD: Two. 'S deceased; and that at the name time I

    : the' problem for inmany cases the AND NINKTY-FIVB (11I5. KILOVVATS, For Oov..rnor--On. Dated Mar two year I, A. 1 from>. im.the date hereof. will present t* said Court r'n. ae.
    -
    and In addition such power as will be For Secretary. of Htate--One. count a* Administrator 1 estate.and .
    families become charges upon public eceisary for the operation of the city' For Attorney General- On*. CLARA M.M.HUTSOWAMLLIAH HUT dN. ask for their approval. l
    It 1 umps to b. Installed .. hereinafter setout For Comptroller- One. Dated April .M. A. D. Iii$. REAL.ISTATI3uuusuuusuusscuusoucu.
    charity- Is .
    authori'tie. Executor.
    argued by the > for the. total turn ot TEN THOU. For 1'r..ur.r-On. C/awford- ''v. W. CIIANDLEI1.tlamomo ,,
    JarrellAttorneys
    that in many cases such action SAND, payable DOLLARS monthly.(10,000.00)) per annum I For Slat ionOne.For Superintendent, of PublicInstruct for 5z,4utors I0t Administrator. -

    really makes a producer of the Offender 1. It Is further understood and : Commissioner of Agriculture INSURANCEExamination
    agreed that the party of the first part, O nOTICE OF KAIKI BIOS ON SAND- GVA.kNy.v..frlll': OK A f PLICA.
    and provides the family with a better when so required, by the party of the Vor R.nr'o.d Commissioner::...One.' ASPHALT RUA1. : TO SELL: u1

    living than would otherwise be its Iota. second part, shall; Install such newpumps For Adjutant O..neral--on. J.AISU. of Titles
    as may be neceeiwry and to be For State Chemiat-One. Notice 'Is hereby given that sealed -
    designated by the second part, For Assistant Htate Auditor-<>n... bids will he received by the Hoard of Notice I I. hereby given that on the
    same to conform tro the requirements: For Judge of the Circuit Court, bounty Commissioner of Osceola County nth day of May 'A.. I>. UII. will Specialty.
    Motor cycles that weigh less than of the Southeastern. Underwriters' Tar Seventh Judicial, Circuit--One. until 10 *. m., June 12. A. I). 191$. apply to Honorable T. \:. MurphyCounty' .
    100 pounds have been invented in itt ,Association Rules and Regulationsfor For State Attorney. Seventh Judlcaf on 18% miles of road bidders to figure judge. In and for Oaceola -
    Ire furnishing of all water to the Clr..ult--on. said road fret wide and'IS feet wide. County' State of Florida. at his office,
    England for women. City of Klsslmmee during; the life of For Stale Senator Nineteenth Sen-. For specification see Clerk Clrou'l In Klsslmme, In said County. for an rorresoondence, '-Solicited.'

    ,_ _ _-_ __ _ _ _ _ _ Installed this contract on the that City said's. property pumps shall and be at atonal For Member DI.trlct--on.State House Of ReprosentatiV.P'Oiie. Court.' Klsslmmee.E I* LlSLPlY.Florida.' Chairman.Attest. order P. H. lerrlckson authorizing a me.person as Guardian of unsound of. ,

    a point to be designated. by (tie City : J.Tu OVER8TRE.ET.; : mind. to sell at private sal1 the following'
    Council and to maintain and Keep. In repair For Supervisor. of Registration. It-It Clerk. property 'belonging .0':1the Robert Riedel Co.
    Legal and operate said pump. without One. estate of said D. H I>" .
    additional expense to the party of the For County Judge-One. NOTICE< OF A''II'\IIIO'1'I1'1'O" All the right, title and Interest of NOVELTY WORKS
    second said to Immediatelybe For County Prosecuting Attorney said ward In and to the following .
    pump. .Foit FINAL. DISCHARGE
    : : Adveriisemenis : and C..rt. the' property of the State of Florida to-wltt
    Osceola.
    to be far For Sheriff-One. IN'
    of Klsslmmee and paid In five COVET' OF Tim' coirjrrr' JI'DGE,
    - equal payments with Interest on the For Clerk. of the Circuit Court-i- STAlE OF FLORIDA USLBOL.ACOUNTV. Lots numbered II. 12 and I* of *,.mnJ Door Frwnt. H7nw*,sr-
    of the Town of St. Cloud
    , lOa
    One. Block '
    the of six
    deferred rate
    payments .
    percent .Met Door Screens .
    For County Assessor of Tas.one.Is'or Thl. *Uh day of April. 111.1.
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION.In I. It per I is further annum understood and agreed County Tax Collectorone.For . I. re Estate la hereby'.f It.eipila given PearaovuNotice to all. whom Ao T. DERRICKRQN. Thoneas Shop 21*| BeaUene in

    that In the event U shall become. nece. County Superintendent of Pubic It may concern, that on the 10th day of It-tt Guardian. Dar IICI.B'Ate, Near Freight Depet

    the Circuit Court of sary to furnish to the party of the sec. Inatru..tlon--On.. I September.. A. n. 191'. I shall apply to I __._ ,
    the Seventh ond part a !greater. ; volume of current For County Commissioner. District the Honorable IoL Murphy. Judge: of :
    Judicial Circuit of the State of Flor than herelnahove agreed. upon. the party ko 1-One. I said Court. a* Judge of Probate, for my . .,
    of first part ajtree* to furnish same For County Commissioner, District Anal discharge, a* Administrator of the OIL J.. TROV1LUON: '
    ida. In and for Oaceola County, inChancery. at the rate of FOUR CENTn(4 cents) Noone.. estate of Roslella Pearson deceased; ALAN J. MacDONOUGHRegistered r
    a kilowatt for all so furnished. In ex. For County Commle'sloner, District and that at the same time I will present Speclaligt in .
    I c.a. of said agreed amount. No. l--on. to said Court my final account Architect CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS,
    4. The of the first further For County Commissioner, District
    party part a* Administrator of said ,estate, and '
    hr ..I._. B..A.I'.m. .1 covenants and agrees to furnish to the No. 4One. sk for their aproval. AND Cure them wfthoucutUnc
    4Jary -'... ..... City of Klsslmmee, called herein the For CountyCommissioner, Dis&rictNo. Dated March Ith.:: A.: :D, 11 .. ENGINEER '- them out. .
    .
    .... party of the second part such men to -' One. A._ E.,' DROUGHT.11oamSmo ORLANDO., FLORIDA
    K. Harry K. attend the pumps herein before mentioned For County SurveyorOne.For Administrator.Is ; BRONSON BLDG. KISSIMMEB.FLA .-;; -:
    . e.d.rf.h.rle. W. a* shall. b* required bv the Member. of School Board Dlsrlct -. -- '-'mo

    A. .rF. Tre..... .. ibe K-- Southeastern Underwriters T.rltA./: .- No. I- One. Clmlt C. rt" ...t. ".. Flerida.Bevesth '
    .s<. .>f T. Meary Aaesjry, sociation's rules and regulations" and For Member of School Board.' Dlsrlot Judicial Circuit, ,:1 9.
    UE.e..d, 0.......... further agrees to furnish to, the laid No *-One. Oeeeela' fommtr,
    ,
    party of the second part during the For Member of School Board. 1>1.- IN CHANCKHV. \ 1 C. F, THRASHER
    .11.T FOR .PKC'IKIUff PIIWOJIMANCIa term. of this contract men and materials rlct No. -Ooe. I
    whenever. same be necenary for For County Commltteeraan. DistrictJo I. M. Love, Ceeaplalaaat SHE .i METAL WOKKEKtfftul

    'It by .1I'1".vlt .PP.nd..<> to repair or extension work. for actual I-One. ..... When you buy '
    the Bill In the above-stated cause. ",0.' thereof. plus TEN PERCENT (10 For County. Coramltteeman, District ..... ......*. 0.,........ .., ..., **;/. Pal *n ** ?
    that' ) H Abury. Harry E2. Aburv per cost of labor to b* esti No t-on. ,, -..-- ... c.--tN4
    trcn
    and Charles VY As.ury Trusteesi of the : \ upon actual time employed For County Committeeman' District, tt appearing by affidavit appended -
    Ktate of T. Henry Asbury. deceased. upon thecity's work. fo. S-One.. to' the bill filed In the above-stated .,IioN.,4.DUIM"':' FIA.
    the defendant therein named are nonresidents B Th. party of the, first part further'nor. For .County' Commltteeman.0 District. cause that John Love,. the .defendant I BREAD
    of theHtate of Florida and covenant and ........ to No 4-One. therein named. I* nonresident of the ,
    Committeeman.Dhltrict
    are residents of the State of Pennsylvania keep the present electric light ForCounty State of Florida, and I. a resident ofJasonvllle -.,
    and that their office address Is and power plant of the aid fo. l--on. State of Indiana over the 4 4
    DistrictNo
    at the corner of Ird and Dauphin oartv of the second part In first For County Commltteeman age of twenty-on year; It 'is therefore Ask for the BEST '
    streets. In the city of Philadelphia cia..'iondlUon during the term of this I-One. ' c ordered that said nonresident 4e ... DR.W.W.CWefI'p'

    Mate Gf Pennsylvania, over the .*. at contr..ch and repair any damage caused For CountCommltteeman.- District fendant be and he I* hereby requiredto : '. ;' '' ;(
    twenty-one years; It Is therefore!' order, or Indirectly bY It. the Jo. IOn. t'Commltteeman i > *" DUtrlct appeal to the bill of complaint filedIn w. Make ft. Eytr"Cncet sells ft DENTWT ," tt\

    od that said nonresident defendant b* party of the first part, ordinary depreciation For County, . .. said cause on or before Monday, the "
    A.. d theyar* hereby required to appear. and damage by the elements. es.c.r.tedit No. l-on.' .' ---s .D 'O ; District trd day of July. A. D. 1911, otherwise Office:over. Pllley BoiUin .
    Commltteeman.
    the Bill of Complaint filed. In said nder.tood" For County the allegation of said bil'will be taken K.: BAKERY' ,
    ; Q.
    ca.. on or before Monday, the .rd day I I. mutually andagreed No t-OII.. a. confessed by said defendant.It OfTlo* H.III'.H -11 1-I
    of :July A.. D. 1.1.. otherwise the allegations by and between the parties hereto For County Commltteeman. District, In further ordered that this orderbe Ofrte. *Phone 111 Residence 'Phi.. ..
    of said Bill will be that this contract shall continue and fo. 1000n" Oaa Administered for Batraetlett
    . taken as DistrictNo.. published once a week for four consecutive A. ot -
    confessed by ,said defendants. be of force for a period of FIVE For-lu.tt.* of eaca week In the Klslmm Valley E. NIEMETER, Tooth,
    J 'It la further. ordered that this order YEARS (& years) from the date hereof 1-0.For"jnstlo Oaaette, a newspaper published In MUcicfl Street ..It-
    .
    q__ b. published once a week for four con. with nJII* privilege to the party of the of peace. District No.Fo""jastlc said and state ., ,
    .ecutlv. week In the Klsslmmee. Valley part of renewal for an additional 1 :District This lItt e day of May: Itl<
    No.
    Uasette. follows: until certain timber of peace OVER8TREET.
    a newspaper published Insaid period as (seal.) J. L .
    County and mar*. estimated 4S,000.000 feet. now belnojout I-One. Clerk Circuit Court. ,
    ,(ThIs llrd day of Ma* A. D U18. by the party of the first part. Is exhausted '- For 'Delegate at "Lara to the Nalonal Bf JAMES M. JOHNSTON' CEO. F. PAUU'ATTORNEY.ATLA

    ,(seal) J. U OVER8TREET. same being approximately four Convention-Four. Deputy Clerk.KRIRBS .
    \ Clerkof the Circuit Court. years from the expiration of (hi. con. For Delegate" to the National Con. ft4t STEED, ......., ............ .... W
    KRIBB8 & HTKED. tract -. ventlon from the Fourth -Congressional t,- Solicitorsfor\ 'Complainant. '
    .' Solicitor for Complainants l>-4tHOTICK 7. 'it I* further mutually understoodand DI.trlct---Two. Collection and Conveyance*
    agreed that th. party of the flrst For Member...of Rational." DemoeratloCommltt.eo. la Circuit C.." *f'the Seventh ....1- M. TILLER '
    TO CHKDITOKS. part shall deliver current und power to' Presidential, Elector Sir. vlal limit ef th. State ef Fl.r- Spe u...,
    the pmrty of the second part a* its soleuser For *-- Ida. I., sad fee Oseeela C ..t,.. ,
    IN TIlE COl'HT' OK THE COUNTY: In tha City l of Klsslmmee. nor willthe For State Executive. Committeeman, IN CHANCKKV.Graystoa : Real'state Agency., ,IIS 1-1 Broadway
    DGIC. STATE OP KI.MRIUA party of the first part: attempt to, -on.. Committeemen. -
    O8CHOI.A (:OIINTV.Im __ sell give or furnish to any individual.firm ,, For ,Congressional DI..rlol--On.. held Cvssraay, a Flerida -......-......--.- -- tI
    r* Kstate vf Klbrld Libby. or corporation In said city any fourth Congress'onal ,
    << Cerstoratlvav Cesnplalstaaf '
    To all Creditors, OKutees. Uistrlbutees, current or power except that furnishedto Inspectors and Clerka said are herebyappointed V*. SUIT: TO ( UIET'TITLRtk Realty bought and void. S -
    T.and all Persons Olalms.or Demands the city and such current and l. serve at primary ... .
    having powet election I for the various election -districts Flerida IL llra Ces*.aayt et House rented T.MRlVERS.M.D.PJIYSICLANind, .
    aaalnst Estate: as may b* necessary for the operationof aL. ItespendeaTh.OJIDEIC .
    You and each :rlo are hereby notified the .various plant factories. and Industries ' a* followSiI'reeinct t Klslmme. B. !: UK PUBLICATION Taxes paid and Title verified '
    :and required to present any cisimuand of the party of the first par!- No. 1. SURGEON
    demands which you, or either ofyou tself. Lupfer H. N. Bratton and W.Maklnson Q Han- TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN! for non-ietideota. Office Oaceola
    .. have against the estate of El- 8, It I* furthermore expressly understood -- tlna Inspector and W.'T. ,' It appearing from the sworn Bill over -Pharmacy. ,
    bridge Libby deceased" late of Osceola and agreed bv and between thparties Executrix hereto that the of the fins!. Shingle' . in
    Uounty Florida. to the undersigned party are person interested the : Offloe 141.
    and O. C
    Bronson .
    Joiner
    part acquires no Interest whatsover In, rison. J. H. other ,' ,
    of said estate within two year 1 AH. Clerk. property; this suit.
    Fox Invol"ett.In
    ,from the date hereof.. the electric light and power plant of thaald ,I Inspectors. and 3 Campb.ti-D. H.La-, than the-: ", and that 'Indemnity Bonds.iC.W. ,
    Precinct No. r Cbe -
    City of Klsalmmee, the Intarested -
    .Dated May *th, AE'fjilYl.'P.ARR.11..t uor.any rlghl and J. W. Collins, nam* pervons *o :
    B. Brown
    or Interest In the poles, wires, lines Mar. H. are unknown to the Complainant: O. r. KRIBBS' W.: S. BTBBD
    Executrix, machinery or any part or parcel of the;, inspector and No.f. 4 A. 'Bronson SU Cloud clerk.-LynnDourherty and that relief la prayed. In the said t..i.. .... ......... .. >
    reolnct ,
    -- ---' property of said city nor any Tight 01 Bill of Complaint as-alnat the said un -
    ,_ T. N. Farr and Ralph_ 'KRIBBS & STEED
    NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Franchise for the use of the cltv'i known Reipondents" VIT -;
    ..
    street '01'th.* distributing of electric R.ynold.Inapeclor. and Harry uo. IS THEREFORE! ORDERED That '

    _4.:.. De........... .. lb. .laterler. U. H. Lead current or power nor the right of use CI.rk.Precinct, No. K, Deer Park- -PeterRaulerson all parties claiminginterests In and t..... .. .. .,. .. . . ... .: ATTOIUraTS AT I OBIew at GalaeeTtlle. KlerKa, of any such property except iJie limiteduse N B. Blount and W. M.Avant. to the following described real property \ :
    a? 1*. leie. of the city's .1actrloll..ht And P9wer and M. W. Simmon situated In the County'of Oce- Lepl batlnew ot tll kinds treal
    ..rI\.\ Maaaker OVISS.No plant a* hereinafter set out and except Inspectors, ola and State of Florida, via.: : #
    the further right of party of first partto *. Clerk.No. I Keenanevllle _.. That part ef Block Twentysixof j ,prompt, attention. 'h
    tic. i | that John B. erect poles and run wire/from Us Precinct the South Florida Railroad. GRIFFINStaple
    I hereby given a H. Fertlo. and R. V. Phillips.InspictOrU ;
    Bass : Offices 11 and K State Bide.Klsslramee. ,
    ,Owens. of Lokosee Florida, who onAuaust plant to the city' plant for ths' purposeof Company's Survey of the town ofCiasimmes Bank -I"
    and
    10. 111. made Homestead Entry furnishing eurrent and power.t Randolph Touna } City. described .. follow Florida. :
    No. .ot1.., foriiofBE38ec.i3lOtI.; It Is furthermore understood and ClV.it W.Hllllard. *. -
    - ,, Section. 16; and NBU of NEt Section agreed that brrv'r of the first pan : W.No W.T 3'chB.rIr"f- B.Raulerson Bounded on the Northwest by and Fancy - ''tI ,
    .,. Township (1 SouTh. Rang 14 Baa shall have of a limited use Inspectors, and J. 8. 'vI' Broadway street on the Northeaatby >
    Tallahasse Meridian has flied notice of the city'* electric. light and power D.kln .v..nutl. on the Southeast :
    Intention to make five-year proof tf plant In the event of a boiler explosionor derhllL Clrk. 9 2'arcoossee-H- H. b* Tohopeknllga Street, on-t : Pat Johnston 0. P. a&n.. 'il
    Precinct No .
    establish I claim to :th. land above d.o. other i unavoidable accident which Hull. R. L.' Bran and M L.' Tlndall, Southwest by Possell avenue i I! OROGERIFJFree j GARRETT ..
    aorlbed, before Cleric of Circuit Court, would render It Impossible operatethe Inspector and C. B. Buckley Clerk. Inga tract of land Three Hundred : : JOHNSTON: ft "
    at Klsslmmee Florida, on the 18th day plant of the party of the first part, Precinct No. I. Lokoee*-A. C. Oan- Feet bad1.l Three Hundred, and \
    of Jun.. 1.ILCla.lm.nt this pr&vllegs to be accorded and exercised deep,
    M.-Edris Inspectors
    Fettle and F. ATTORNEYArLAW'T" )
    O. W. :
    :
    namewitne.aes: by the party of the iFst part. non. Clrk. The said land lying In Government '
    .Jt M. DIxon CT Lokosee, Florida. however only In ease. of extreme nece., Precinct' and No.R.10 B. Mulberry Willis, Sink-C. Lot Four of Section Twenty- ,DeliTery to'a11 Parts, Office 10. 11 and 12'CitUetn BaIt ., ,

    Q. W Frtlo, of L kose*, Florida. lit? and for such limited period a* T. Sullivan. M. L. Co. and J. W. Campbell two thJI I In Township: Twenty-five' Building '- ;::1
    would b absolutely required to $ East ofTallahassee of the CiiDORSO.FORPIEB)
    C. H.Padaett of Ix>ko.eex Florida repairplant and P. J. Dal ley, # Range Twenty-nine
    if ,L, Fertlo of Kenansvllle Florida.ROBERT of r'lut the first .part. wtlh the Inspectors, Meridian and being In Klsslmme Fla. ._ (,
    CI..rk. ,
    W. DAVIS. exorcise I of diligence. ordered thl ind day. of Osceola County Florida '
    tt-t BenrlsterFROCLAMATION 10 It Is furthermore mutually; understood Done and under George F. Ooode. deceased, or t
    _. and agreed that the contract May. A. D. 1I1I".t Xlslnnaee., 1lorida. Minnie V. Ooode, deceased, or otherwise ...:... ,
    entered Into between the TUCKER l do
    hereby B. L. C.ESLKT.Chairman. appear to the Complainant' "
    .
    BRICK: COMPANY of the flrst part CommlsAttesti Bill of Complaint .herein filed on or be- -
    : Of Special. Ble ttei f.. the Pair*.*. .. and THE CITY OF KI8SIMMEB of the Board of County fore tb. Ird day of July A._D. Itlf! J. W. THOMPSONFUNERAL -
    ., RaUfrlaar .v ,Rejevtlsv Ce....... *.. second part Is not assignable. by eitherof 3. ''L. OVKRSTREHrr.. else In due course of law the said Bill i'
    :, 1 taw IriiralsUaa .>f Ei.etrleil7 te .ae the parties hereto, and said contract to-tt ,' 'Clerk.Notice :. of Complaint will be* taken as confessed .
    ,thy e(. KtMlsaaee* by lbs TacaeBrlek may b* terminated by the party of th*- by 'all suchpartles. DIRECTOR'and \ .
    1 second part In the event" of the bankruptcy And It Is further Ordered that this I(1''
    ;1 Cessvaay.TJnder'and or Insolvency of the said partyof MAsTER'S .ALIIS. Order b. published once. a week for .::
    r the diet part or In the further event twelve consecutive w eks In the Kls ,
    evi by virtue of, the authority'vested' that a. majority of the paldup> stock In I* hereby given that pursuant .. Valley Gazette, a weekly .... .. "
    In in. by the following Resolutloa said company party of tlr* first part, to' to a final decree rendered newspaper, published and of general LICENSED EUBALUEK, '
    of the Council of the City of Kl*. gets Into the hands of or under the Honorable James W Perkins "...l..tI of County of Osceola
    , ,.llIua... towill' control of or8JI other than bond fid* the Circuit Court. the Seventh Judicial : lu8 tc.nofnFl'd: .- Store find Chapel. Stewart Aa
    : REAOI.UTION.Wher.a . redden County. Florida.- Circuit of the State of Florida, > WITNESSThE! HONORABLE 4 -
    the Tucker Brick Company 11. It I* furthermore understood and In,' and for' Osceola County In Chan .JAMBS W, .PERKINS. Judge of the .... 1 JCt'- T1a .' '
    na. ofTered to enter Into a. contract vmh I agreed that the party of tm second part the 4th day of May A. D. liii. aid Court; and my name a* Clerk
    ' the City of Klsslmme for the furnishing will hold the party of the first part fre* In 't'n' ,foreclosure as* of Helen N.Rralnerd th.r.ofsnd the'seal of th. said Clr. Insurance Ibatl Insures;
    , of electricity to said city upon the and blameless for Injury to any. property and Estella M.' Bralnerd v*. cult Court on the list day ot. March, ., '
    term and for the period of time a. set or Individual by reason of the negIIgene I). R. TJlenl and Mary Loulee Blent. A.1 W. Crawford;; Lea JarraO
    I forth In the annexed copy of contract. *' of the said party of the second his wife, and Emily A Blent; I a* (.Ct.. C1.DBeii1) J U O-vTBRSTREET. '. '
    ., THEREFORE be It Resolved that th.aid .' part or its agent, or through any defect Special Master In Chancery on the "' A* Clerk of Said Court. ,' 1 Protectleo! 'that'Pretects CRAWFORD 'AjitAITONETSAT.LAW: -
    form ol contract and the full term .) In the poles. wires lines. or property nrst Monday In 3u...' th. sam being By JAMES If. JOHNSTON '
    'ie *:ir thereof b. submitted to the Qualified of said party. of the second part of D. !'!'. and .. Aa Deputy. d.rk. S : f -
    ; elector* of the City of Klaslmme. who within the limit ,f said city of KI..lm11M. taft aaleday/t..l-n the hour- .1 hbnetonOarrett.. 'llIt ,
    y ", are f In said city to be ratified\ .. excejpt!' upon such property In said 11 o'clock: a. tn. and 1 ..cll 'p. ....... at ,A* Coan*.I for Complatnaat. :OflScaf 4.' B. .. snd'T'Gttlzssu ., t
    -4 confirmed or rejected by a.majorityef city asIs owned by or under the control the front-door of the -Court 7-he se In '- '
    44' --. aid duly qualified elector actually. of said party of the list part. It belna Klsslmme*, Oaceola.- County, Florida, BElTED STATES. Dfwntici1! roiwr.IM ,Bank 1J 11A1ntf, .
    I ... voting la said election and. that the the Intention hereof that the said partySf will offer for sal to-the highest- and eon8111.'" STRICT orOn "
    I'' form of eontraet bV published,togetherwith the first part ahall b* ..able for any best bidder for cash the oollawlnr de- DLO-IDA. Ttnlmme fIe I a. ..
    'I. the notlc of .leotlon. ,- : ? mar. to property *r ,Injury to Individual scribed ''ProJ>ttrt7.: alt gated -I'll' Osceola, 'St ,, D AKIN AVENUE - ( \.it'j':
    t -v *ec" t-.Th* form of Ballot tejM,1"diphal upon .the property! ; owned_ vy, 'orBdec. county 'a.od Hate of ;Xiorlda: lt\, ; , J. ths'Mattev .1 ; --. Besksopt S . ____-_ 1_ ,"

    : : ';:'r: n .WeubstaatlaUraeBALLOT : its r-l.eb.r'', -> .' Bennaln at therthMwt corner', P'ltTmOK roaI KlthE't -'.' FLORIDA'
    11. It covenanted and of Block ol.K&ttba': addition to ni'rnE'IIATTEI1 0. LEWIS bIT All. "'
    OFFICIAL OF SPECIAL agreed by the party .f the second part the Town of Xlaslmmee City ran weston S YINAL. DI8cHAROE "', ,
    : fw$ 1f !CTION _'JR 'THIS! PURPOSE OFrT that It will pay to the party' of the fire hundred (jtu) feet: thence aooTa I i. ''''''Q' \- :i 'ATI'ORNEY..AT-LA.,...+.'., "
    part tb* aulD Ql TBN TTtOUBAND DOL ....._t.ey. tit.) feet: thenoe ..t'.De, "Ibl* Itth dar .f VaykiL'A9i.. ,f..,. >f>. .

    Kf: ;, ; Ynlllfctlg1:.", LARS ( l...0t.v)4-' ,a- .,"*.... p&yabl' hundred,;(-1! *)-/*-t;)ia&4. thence \aorth.I OB reading_ th*,foresroln*..4titioa,1Lia, :,. W.- I ." \0\:. )

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    PA0K, 12' t'', .. THE', KISS1MMSB' ,,VALLET GAZETTE.. ',' 'FRIDAY,''MAT'.M. J'I ..:.,<.

    '.......-..._,._.._- .,....-. .---.",...,.. .. ". ." ', I. " . ..... .. . ". . J : ..
    'KMoISTIATION TRAIN 'j went to third After Bullock. popped to LAKELAND 2; 'W/NTEo! HAVEN( :0.[ :- -, '". ... V. ;;:: ;we :. .. ;,; v ;; w' ;" w :" > ..; ;.,, ;i. *vH3s

    1 short, Manager' Pound. sent 'Regero , "' ; '
    "
    I to.bat. in,place oi Payno., He bunted Lakeland defeated
    ''HERE. : -Winter Haven was :;
    1. NEXT WEEKConUnoed !{ !in front of ,the plate: and Hunter in a pretty 'engagement' here "

    ( from Page 1) came home. L'Hommidleu heaved Tuesday, the locals taking a 2 to 0
    wildly to the plate to catch Hunter '
    ,
    game. Victory waswon in the first L GOOD-BY
    :
    and Hollander acored; Regero went to
    .health train three Inninga'off Sncll, who'was touched
    Will be'' fojr a closer Inpection -
    second on'ths play, but Carson and
    ,of health 'conditions In theo for three hits during hie brief stayin
    4 Story were easy outs. the Haynes, who finlched the
    state and-to observe the working lJt chance game.
    The locals had another in
    'the plan of sanitary' education, which 1 1it contest for Winter Haven, gave up but
    } the sixth when Bullock: tripled with
    hits and held' Lakeland well
    inaugurated In Florida. two in
    being i
    only one down, but Regero afid Car. ,
    g This train with its splendid equip hand. The visitors'could not get to
    son whiffed. Fuller end with but three ; rio
    tits and
    'm.nt It the realization of the pet am- The game was .sewed up' in a neat
    bosons of Dr. Joseph Y. porter, for passes, were unable' to get 'aman f AWAY
    package in the lucky seventh. With around the circuit" I AMEN GOING
    than years' the effic
    mono twenty-fly one down Harvey hit a hot ono
    Ft lent and able officer of the State Boar through the box and went' to second, RilE ;
    of Health. It provide, the means by when Alverson heaved wildly In .an Winter Haven ...000 000 000-O 8 0 .
    which the board may come into closet attempt to cut him off at first on what Lakeland '..-: ___,;).101 000 OOx-2 5 6Battorles .'

    touch with-.the people <\( Florida: may was plainly 'a '''clean single Alvey, :! -Hayifes, Snell and Grant-. i > "', .
    bring: Us-campaign of practical educa singled to center,sending, McAllister, ham; Fuller-and Sawyer. '
    i, lion ,on health and.. This"sanitation campaign, to 'theeope'them.elve. has who ran for Harvey to third. Pounds', ; \ ] IRE''' STOCK, OF DRY .GOODS, 'SHOES, NOTIONS .,* r
    single brought Harvey home with a
    been carried,on for year.' by con-en- counter. Alvey stole second." Hunter V VALLEY GAIETTE'GETS' '..-IN MAKINSON'S OLD STAND TO 'BE .
    r. pondence, by periodicals and by special doubled to left and Alvey scored i .o
    publications and through': the press of Pounds was caught at third, but Hun- BIG PAPER BARREL RE-
    the state, which always has been most ter counted a second later on Hollander's SHIPMENTThe SOLD OUT LOCK, STOCK AND .
    }f hearty and liberal In Its support of the double. Hollender went to third\ >3I
    .work of the board. Gatotto GARDLESS OF COST OR PROFIT.
    F when the right fielder let the ball getaway Valley; received' this .
    i" During the-year past representativesof and was out; attempting to week the largest single shipment cl ,:>-. '
    the board have visited various sections score on a squeeze play, Bullock failing .- paper that has ever'come ..to.Kissime.
    i and cities of the state, carrying to hit the ball. This paper bought for the printIng :- : THIS ENTIRE' : STOCK HAS BEEN TURNED OVER TO.D. _

    "with''them panels, models and other This ended the scoring and the fol- of the newspaper, was recently
    y, s equipment'to bring the people practical lowing figures tell tho details of the contracted for because of the sudden
    instruction for better living. The victory; rise in paper prices, due, to the Euro-
    splendid success that attended this effort pean war. It was bought at figure ,P. CALDWELL"THE
    6 suggested its elaboration and extension : KI..lmmeeAD R II PO A E much lower than it could now be pur- .

    and the health train is the Alvey, cf .____,._-?4 1 1 1 0 0 chased.. .
    i result Pounds, SB'-; ___.__.4 0 1 2 4 0 |I I The shipment consists of 20,300 -
    This has been accomplished without Hunter 2b ________4 22310 pounds, or 203,000 sheets Each of BARGAIN KING"Who 'i

    any' special appropriation of state Hollender, 3b ___?4 13120 ,,,these sheets will print eight ages of .
    'funds. The Initial cost of the train Bullock, If .....____4 0 1 0 0 0 i j i the paper or in all 1,624,000; pages. If 0 ,

    and its equipment and Its operation Payne, rf ________1 0 00 0 0 the sheets, which measure 44 inches, is known from coast to coast the greatest }
    'will 'add net one cent to the burdens Regero. rf _____-__2 01001 I!were laid ond for end they would makea as 1
    already resting upon the tapayers of Canon Ib _______4 0 0 10 0 2. white strip SO inches wide and almost
    ,Florida. Story, c _______.--4 0 0 10 2 O'141 miles.,in length. BARGAIN GIVER in the Special Sale BusinessSATURDAY i I
    Prior to the gathering of the Legislature Harvey, p------8 01010 i '
    of 1915 the board- broached to McAllister ------0 10000 THE METHODIST CHURCH.

    the' various railroad companies operating - - -- -
    -. In the state the matter of free 34 5 10 27 10 3 I Subject for morning hour, "The I;
    hauling such a traiM. and free passage Ran for Harvey in the seventh. Testing of Our Faith"; at the evening SALE STARTS
    for the necessary representative -- hour, "Gladness In Believing." Como
    of the state board and of the attendants . BartowAD R H PO A X and bring your fri.:!nds with you. Sun- ,
    ,and servants required. From the F. Seymor, Ib ____4 0 0 8 1 0 day echool at 9:45: with classes to suit
    officers' of these transportation lines H. Davis, c-----4 12731 all and a welcome for all.
    "< came already response of willingness Alvcrson. 2b ______3 0 0 2 0 1 I .
    to furnish such service without cost to G. Seymour, ss ____4 00221 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF MAY 27th 4 '

    '*'the'state or the board if it could be Wilson, rf ________4 12001 I THE CITIZENS BANK OK
    V done'within the legal provisions of the Pattey, If ________3 0 Q. 2 (0 0 KISSIMMEE in the State of Flor- ,
    statute 'books of the state. Greene, 3b ___i.__1 00002 Ida, at the Close of Business, May
    Next, appeal was made to the State Phillips, Sb ________1 00201 let, 1916.
    Railroad Commission, which expressed! fcnderdose, cf ___..3 0 0'1 0 1L'Jommldieu AT 9 A. M. .
    the opinion that it had not the authority p _._2 0 0 0 3..2.J .... Loan. on Ral RF."Ol'Hf'EII.'Kstate, Loan .
    to' grant 'such permission to the ..... _._ _ on Collateral Security' Other '"?) It.'
    than .Real
    Estate All
    railroad companies under the then existing 29 4 24 9,9 Other Loans and "
    2 UUcounU $1'7.00 4> {
    Overdraft ....___.._ -
    lawsIt considered that Score ju GI .
    was
    by Inning. '
    State
    ..r special ,enactment by the Legislature: Kissimmee000 200 SOx-5 Bond County______and_____Municipal_________ I.IK 65 SHOES $1.50 value Overalls,

    . r would be needed to give such authority Bartow ._ __________110 000 000-2 Banking Stock of Corporation.House., Furnitureand 1,1(1, 00 4 for only .98 t r
    $ This was. adopted by the Legislature Future. ...._.._.,_.,. IITII 0* Ladies $2.75 and $3.00
    Summary. Other-R.al ISatat.t..___... ..119'0
    I in May, 1915;which, in effect, gave tile Home runs-H. Davis; three base Checks Due from and Inoorporated Kxchanaea Dank.for 19,101"t 01 Shoes for .. . $1.79 One Lot Men's Straw Hats,
    I'' V commission' authority to give the'railroads ' hit=-Bullodq): permission; to do what they had loliender;; ,sacrifice hits:-Pattey, Cash Other on Cash Hand items.-... ........' 1.000 7ISI.1 00 $2.25 Patent Baby ,Ddlls- r ''. former price up to $2.00 '

    already promised to do,, and so'the Greene;, stolen*, bases- Hollender County,: and, City Warrant._ 718 Ct for only 1.89: ,

    complicated problem was solved and all '' Bullock; Ahoy; buel,son'; balls-off 'Total'.. ._>.__...-.-_-IIII.I.. 'i6LIA61LITiEI. to close out 10c'-
    .war well, so far. Harvey,'1;'off L'Hommidleu, ljk struck .' . I Men's $3.50 Tan andBlackShoeftGunMetal ." . \ ,
    The Pullman'Company was mo.t'tibra1ln .- out-by Harvey 10.by,L'Hommidleu; Capital Stock Paid In ____..! 15,000 00 .,Teuuls Oxfords 75c value '
    :. Surplus Fund ...-. ._. 1 ,000 to : ') ; ." .
    its bargain with beardby: G f; wild pitch, ,Harvey; passed ball, Undivided. Fronts (Less; Ex- : ,' ,; ;i ,
    which the latter secured three, standard Story! left on bases,1 Kissimmee' 61} Individual.pen... and Deposits Taxes paid Subject)... S6( 11' and Crome ..I.'j i ::; ,". .\\2 49, ""for . ,.; . ; :v43c,;

    A sleeping'ears for its usei.! These Bartow 8} double plays-Hunter to Demand to Check CertlAcates..-_of..D_.?-[..lir.dl t,>< Work Shoes.wl" Ile&l ; ' kx' : ' I, ", x. ,,'a'a i
    $2.25 ,
    were remodeled to meet the\''require- 'ounds'/to ;:Carson'flrstbae On'terirors ) posit -.. 1,600'50 "
    ;
    ? -------- -- \ LADIES' GOODS r
    ments of the new and. somewhat novel ,'Xissimmee, 8;r Bartow,' 2. 'Time Cashler-a Time Certlflcates Checks Outstanding of Deposit 08,010 1.14' 69 10 they .last .' ,. 1.79One '
    I'V service, and they were' brought to 1:45. UmplrfWeav.r.i' Savlnira Depoalta _._?.?*. 15,114 40 One lot Ladies Dresses
    ": Hills Payable ...,_. __ 10,000" ,
    -
    f" -- lot of Men's Rats value
    Jacksonville "orne weekrago.. The Intervening T TCATHOLIC y
    CHURCH* ,,' Total ________ __=____ SS>144 i5 former prices up to
    _ ,, preparing and time installing has been the>occupied equipmentor in -* H.. .., ,..:...;;.._..? f_=- above-named Ifr..pJ2-. W Bank a.A Cvmmir do, Cashier solemnly taeeol.0""t'.wear" .. up o $3.00 fur .98 $25.00, to close out. $3.98

    the I'J'e&t.anci important work. Rev. Father Fox.of, Orlando, will that the above statement la true to the All 5Oc caps for ..34ReKu'1
    !tKl The co-operation of the railroads of cometo, Kissimmea Saturday, May 27. best -of, my knowledge. K. WEAVER and. belief.P. Cashier.. AltJOc" Hose' during this

    the state'with this work of the State Devotions;and confessions'' Saturdayevening Correct-AU..t ARTHUR:1'':. IXJNKQAN. or $7.50. Palm sale, ., . 07c q d
    r CBoard has been most liberal, even en- at J:30., Mess Sunday at 8 A.. W. OU8TUS i Beach Suits for 4.25 A
    .bireotor..
    'thsiastic. The agreement between the ,a., m. Sunday school after mass, and Subscribed F. W.and HILL sworn. to before- me All 25c Hose during this .

    ;;:roads and the board provides that all If any other service it will be an- this KATHRR,. $4.00 to $8 00 Boys'Suits sale .. .19c'

    .,tar Inspection shall be done without nounced at .the mass.. Notary I'ubllo.il for 1.98
    'r cost, and that, all 'minor repairs such Yard 'wide Pure Brown '
    ' -as replacing brasses In wheel b\rings, I "" Men's Pongee Suits 2.49 i
    ft'>>. Linen for 19c
    r repairing broken draw bars, and the ,_

    ;; '.like roadt, shall::Eave pe promised made at actual to Ice cost',the:Some can IIi'il Classified i AdvertisementsSTALLION t 'I', $12.50 Mohair" :,Suits 6.98 One Lot Ribbon', value up :t

    ,z without, 'C'har&OOSSlMM ;' " Pants, all $I.5O to ,$2.00, .- to 25c. fort o. 'lOc ':E

    .. ............... ......... .......... .......... .. < values for .. v .98 Middle! Blouses, $..00 : .f

    '' E JS WINNER Strong: intelligent FOR COLT,' gentle SERVICE, excellent I FOR.wagon-SALE," one OR,2 THADB ejr. Buick for horse In good and Pants, all $2.50<<; to $4.00 value for . 69c '. :,',;
    .
    k'IV E ....IN''TWO'' 'GAMES condition., Money refunded if no condition, good: tires; must sell or J values for ,. 1.98Men's' Muslin Underwear ., ;
    '
    trade at once, A.'M. Jones P. O. : '/ ;
    '"_ : "{Continued from Page Oae.)* coIL 423 W..t..Oak"atreeL 6tf, Box %21.'KIa.lmmee. 7U : Blue Work Shirts Gowns, etc., $1.25 val .

    ,If came He struck ten batters and TALUONV Magnificent FOE northern".COLT animal SERVICE-( Call LOST-A- Pythian Sisters er.blem pin; l for .. . > o. .34 for 79c i- iJ?;

    walked only ond man. Altogether his' New Ed n. Plantation, ''near' Nar.. I Finder Farmer.please return to, Mrs.22lt,Carson .

    performance a creditable one coossee, or address Box 496, KisBlmmee ;' .
    He,wai.a bit unnerved in the firstinning FlaV* '<, * 20-. t, FOR SALE-One' good saddle horse '
    r
    when pavis, the second man to ) and several fresh Jersey cows. Set ,STOP! xREAD! THINK! '
    '
    faca. him, parked ,the horsehide over. FOR, SALE-,Good light .running top W. W. Carson. tf, ,
    the*left'field'fence'and traveled leisurely I,buggy,, In' good' "order- Will sell '
    F: *\ '' around the circuit with homer Vcheap. For particulars,write or call WILL TRADE-Twenty acres of..im.
    >1 :,,.steadied, ,, however, and struck out aj the Valley Gasett..:"- I proved land near' Shingle Creek :Hold', your money. Don't, spend one cent anywhere
    t the ,next two:batters. ..- Station for citypr6perty in Kls-. r
    r: The visitors',other run came in the FOR RENT-Six room modern cottage I simmee. Inquire at 16 Broadway. ,until this Great Sale .opens. Absolutely Everything to
    second inning when .Wilson singled close in; $12 per. month. E. 20-tf' ,

    '' :with to, center,sacrifices,and was by Pattcy advanced,and.to Greene third ,E. Wells. 104, ;Real'Estate''and>Po8 lei.,Ave,,,(The Insurance. ,"Inn)-. I FOR'SALE-A new I lot"'of fine',little be- :Sold- and .Store: vacated by June 6th. ._..So' you see- '. ''
    -
    tik .He cam home from third one passed EXPE IENCED MAN Competentbookkeeper.etenogrpher ranches on the market; younggroves "'
    what ;fthat' Merchandise
    belt .After: the second, .inningBartow" I' ,''Would like ; shrubbery; arood ,roeda.- See-' means. MUST. ,BE SOLD.
    i; "never had aman farther than second 4 f to locate in KUsimmoc: Answer Box or address, C. E, Swopeu. ''23-5t .. .. ,'?.' 0 .

    r ,:and only,,two 'Cached,that,station.. In .?1 97,.Winter,Haven, Fla.-'' 22=3tpd j, FOR SALE-Furniture, good aa neW, Makinson's Old Stand will be closed all Fri
    day
    fact only fly* meiivWfre, on,-the paths at bargain prices,. Miss Graham;116 ; . ... .
    1 + In the..seven remaining Inning, FOR .SALE-Ford roadster, .$226. Mabbette street. :,' 231t pd and Marking'Goods
    ;The', locals"had1'' an opportunity to 1 Good condition. Extra truck body "day---Arranging; : for Sale---which
    s, .score .In. the'second'inning when,-HGI.Jender" j fM,"fj:'Jyjt J28,jKissimmee.1. 24'II FOR .SALE-Fiaho in good condition; .
    ,, tingled and, Bullock reached ,Miss G hart 116',.MabetU''street. !,' Opens;,Saturday, at' 9: A. M.,. ,
    -=: : .
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    tENT FREE 3 rooms-to-widow 23-HM' .it .
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    t ,1 antI on .Greene's error Ilollendar -
    i return'lotlightIious.work.lNo'ob- ;
    ; stole' thrd'and Bullock'pilf.rod see I Jectton'to'chliaren;'", X: 'Y/,'Z.;. Ga*' HURRAH-The brides,;are' through '
    I :
    ond, but Payne'and.C.rson'atruck'out: : '
    : cetta office.- ;Y32tIANOSREJOICEBrick ,all the':way., Phone: for.: ,'Vade.th&
    ?
    tocentea. ,
    <' to; while Story. skied ; tuner,,I Orlando sndhe-will!! gel'to f' : LLv TAILOR
    1'. Jtt'tho1 fourth' inning tho locals tied :. : : :. ; /
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    all: 1yourpiaa&promptly. .
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    :( "Y .. '.S' ''the..- ore. Hunger J jti oft with hot :: lib! ron .(
    be1 way now'and; ''W de can get t* :SAL&l-Sd,, Irish ,':
    t :.thnup'bowt, which could not potato 'for 4* { .
    y 'a''l--4.ant counted tai a abglesIioL; your tuningproVnptlylAWad' *,, th4' l 'hall planting /On* hundred bushel : : ;(MAKiNSON' '"' 'OLD:/ STAND), 'KISSIMMEE 'FJJ\ : .::
    '.' tuner. ,jPhoneV: 40fJOrlando,. .>1' || ; ;
    lender' singled. to":"center"and when ; ,at 7ft MnU a bushel while they last'Most. : \ trt .>" ", KH ...." ,' fjj }* T - I. '.
    r Vand: rrfba*..tet"e'ban">gW away" .he WELLtNG9'for';UppV i '
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