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: June 2, 1916
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00753
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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large attendance of representative citizens ' I SHIPPING SEASON-PINE GEN.


hoped-for ..
Better crops than In five year Is. the FEW VOICES RAISED t
Mr. Carson began his talk with the -
DISPLAY IS ENTIRELY FREE AND statement that conditions were fifty OF P POLITICAL PARTY INTERESTED IN PROG' 'outlook at the groves of Lee Brother AGAINST PLAN. BUT ARGU4 u

LARGE NUMBER WILL NO cent better in Kissinune than I MOTORS TO WONDER CITY RESS OF THIS SECTION IS and M. Katz, near Finny Point, accordIng MENTS.ARE ABLY ANSWERED I'
they were a year ago and that they to John M! Lee who has Just been
would continue to improve. He gave over jtlie groves. He .declare that th.groves .
tho bulkhead proposition a brief mention are In better condition than
as one of the best things that ever before at this season cf the year Telling {
r. SCKJPTION could be done for the city's advancement I and thnt the fruit is looking bright and spoken English, delivered straight l
THEY but he added that a county fair well developed. While the appearance from the shoulder, J.. Wad. Tucker,
1 would likewise do much to advance the not than half in .
point to more a crop .Brick Company.discussed t
40000000040000000 Political spell-binders are not a favorite Every cattle owner, cowboy: head .of the Tucker ; .
t every
interests of both Kissimmeo and Os-. the state as a whop, Mr. Lee Bays that the proposed electric light : :'/
1 e ceola county.He form of amusement in Kissim every man or woman who interested the Indications In these groves are suchas audience of between !
contract an
health is purchasable before
+. -Public natural limitations. suggested a company incorporated mee and Osceola county according to directly or indirectly in tho cattle industry to lead: him to bolievo that there ;75 and 100 citizens at the City >

., *+ and within determine It. own for $10,000 and the purchase of a the size of the crowd which heard the or in the future' progress and will be a record breaking, crop from Council hall last night. So effectivewere I':

w any city can" forty-acre tract on long \lime. He second division of state candidates who prosperity of Osceola county is invitedto them next: SeAson. his explanation and his answers to i .
, O death rate.
stated that he believed some one wouldbe Mr. Lee also th-t: everything is .
Eradication Conference who the
the of those
attend Tick
0 are making the itinerary arranged by the questions oppose .
11 s willing to take stock or bonds fora in fine shape at Southport, where he
44400004000000000 the State Executive Committee. despite to be held at the Graystone Casino plan that he won many new friends
portion of the cost of a site. Ho has growing of corn, pumpkins,
the fact that three of them were next Thursday morning beginningat crops and when the matter was put to a ,
: This is one of the prominent placards named some twelve or fifteen! businessmen candidates for Governor of the Stateof 9:30 o'clock under the auspices of cow peas, squashes, beans, cabbage, tomatoes vote fully two-thirds of the audience "

; displayed in the care of" the and firms, whop ho said, he was Florida. the Kissimmee Board of Trade.Dr. natal bay cassava, para grass, went en record as endorsing the contract -*

Florida Health train, which arrived inS positive would subscribe for $250 in Little enthusiasm was shown in tho E M. Nighbert, of Atlanta, Ga., Rhodes grass. Japanese sugar cane artichoke

'\ Kiesimuice last night and is parked. today stock. lIe then suggested that the! meeting and there was little to indi- one of the experts of the Bureau of sweet potatoes, Isish potatoes, When Mr. Tucker began his address

".: on th Atlantic Coact Lino side- county commissioners could donate cate the favorites of those who were Animal Industry. S. Department of I rice, peanuts, kaffir corn, Sudan brass ,lid made clear his position as to municipal w .

\ tracks. The train wiil remain until $1,000 front the publicity fund and tha in attendance. Applause for the Agriculture, who has been studying the and sorghum. I ownership. He said:

Saturday evening. A large number of city council $500 which would create a speakers was of the perfunctory character tick eradication question for years Tho Southport farm has .sixtyfiveacres I "Let's get dawn to plain facts and
visited the troin today and listened fund in the neighborhood of $5,0 persons and given without preference for will be the principal speaker. : judge this proposition on a
t talks by the representatives This, he said, would be plenty to start of fine. Tho other acreage is approximately -
, to any particular candidates. will be Illustrated by 1000 feet motion cents basis without any prejudice.
; of the State Health Board who accompany the first year. Candidates for Governor who spoke picture film, showing the life history as follows: thirteen acres in "There is one thing which we do not
1. the exhibit. It is expected The 'Idea met with the instant approval the various grasses;; threa acres ir. ,
were: W. V. Knott, F M. Hudson and of the tick. want. That is to acquire any ownerships
i!. that even larger numbers will visit the and upon motio of W. B Harris Ion L. Farris. Others who ddressedthe Dr. W. F. Blackman, formerly pres- Irish potatoes; five acres in sweet potatoes ,.of the city plant or to have it

: cars tomorrow.. Chairman H. R. May appointed n voters were: J. S. Gri .>r and J. ident of Rollins College, and now pres- seven acres in cassava; three bed so that anyone 'else will J I believe M

v. I' t. Tho greatest interest was aroused t f ft committee to take up the matter at C. Luning, candidates for Treas- ident of the Florida Live-Stock Association acres in Japanese sugar cane; three that the contract specifies th<.
mechanical contrivances off once and call a special meeting of the acres in artichoke; and several acres in makes Imposni-
the deliver It
by urer; W. N. Sheats, candidate for has been asked to an point and absolutely _'
f which there were sev ral. An automatic ; ''board of trade, when preliminary plans States Superintendent of Public Instruction address on the subject, "Cooperationin the other vegetables, among which in ble,for the Tucker Brick Company or''

r : picture machine depicted the life have been perfected. The committee ; A. P. Jordan and H. Clay Tick Eradication.. a crop of extra fine okra. Mr. Lee also anyone to gain control of the municU"'

of a baby from birth until it was ableto named is as follows: C. A. Carson, Crawford, andidates for Secretaryof P. L. Sutherland, head of the move has a fine crop of watermelons coming pal plant. If the contract does not do n

walk and talk, and the moat common chairman; W. Makinson, E. L. Lei- State; Jefferson B. Browne, candi- ment started by the large land companies along' fast this, then I want it changed so that It
- of neglect and the usual ley, S. B. Aultman, J. W. Tucker and He also puts a special emphasis up- continue own\
; ; orms date for Justice of the Supreme Court of Florida, to eradicate the tick will., The city must to
, i' to the development of the child. H. C. Stanford, member of the State subject, "How to Finance the Cam- exceedingly large. That the 'possum time to go right ahead producing: elec.

II ; Another mechanical device carried BALLOTS PREPARED Executive committee from this county. paign." for which Southport is famous will be i tricity if our company for any.reason
two small swarms of flies and the letter well fed is proven by Mr. Lee's statement its of the contract"Mr.
!, Following the meeting here, which This week the following was fails to keep. part
pests were made to rise from beneatha was held in the morning part of the* sent to a number of cattle owners and that his guava trees will producethis Tucker then explained that'ha rt

1 pile of stable refuse, fly to an, open FOR PRIMARY VOTE candidates motored to St Cloud,where others interested In tho industry in Os- year no less than 700 bushels. had been asked, the question; "Why f fdon't

closet for a short stay and then 'toe ..,-- the meeting was arranged in the G. A. ceola and surrounding counties: Guava-fed 'possums will soon be on the you buy tho city plant?" H.'de. "

swarm. buzzed merrily into the open WILL BE ALMOST FORTY INCHESIN R. hall. This meeting was presided May 30, 1916. market from Southport., dared that he was a believer in municipal .'

t.''i. and 'unscreened kitchen window LENGTH IN OSCEOLA COUN. over by S..J. Schreiber who introducedthe Dear. Sirt-The cattle",,Induatry ts ownership and wanted the city to

'to' 'i One of the most Interesting devices TY'CANDIDATES' WITHOUT speakers with short, witty re probably the most important in all of BUYS' 100-ACRE FARM retain its plant for its own protection.

was the miniature mode' of a sewage OPPOSITION NOT ON'TICKET- marks. Those who spoke at St. Cloud South Florida. Recently we have been "Why do w* want .this contract?*

. disposal plant with Imhoff tank and ALLIE ANGLE GETS ON AFTER were: I. L. Farris, F. M.'Hudson, W. told that ticks are of Untold damage to FOR CASTOR BEANSALEX Mr. Tucker asked, and then he an.. r

r sludge beds, sand and rock. filters com-: BEING RULED OFF. N. Sheats, II. Clay Crawford, J. C. cattle. We are also told that these swered his own question as follows

plete. Luning and Jefferson B. Browne. (Contlnued'on Page Twelve.) "We want it for two reasons. First,

, .. Beside this was a model showing a The the REMINGTON-SMITH. OF it will help us to pay operatin.jex-
. ballots for primary electionto ----------- - - - -
farm house and barn, with two wells. NEW YORK, HOPES TO DEMONSTRATE penses of our brick plant and it will S

' ; The well at the house.was open-one be held next Tuesday were made up KISSIMMEE WINS AND LOSES IN TWO THAT THEY CAN BE do this at no detriment t* the city..

: of "tho old oaken bucket" variety by the county commissioners at a spec- GROWN PROFITABLY HERE Suppose the city didn't ave a cent,

\ rc "while, that at the barn was sealed andy ial session held Wednesday of this AND THAT QUALITY WILL BE but that It cost Just as much to purchase *tg

y hail a force pump Installed. Surface week. They have since been printed: GAMES PLAYED WITH WINTER HAVEN SUITABLE FOR COMMERCE. the electric current from as a. 'S!).

, '. contamination was shown In the house it now costs the city to manufacture it, (1wouldn't
in the Valley Gazette job printing department
. well while the barn well was free and i Whether or not castor beans of the It be worth while to hare an for
The legend advised the drinking and will be delivered to the here with payroll Thls ,
' \, pure. Standing..of Clubs. played at Bartow, was lost to Winter commercial Variety can be in Industry (
; various in the .
I polling places
of water from the barn well. industry will bring hi money from the ;y'
W. L. PC. Haven by a score of 3 to 0. The sec-
Saturday. The ballots in this section of Florida profitably is the
The Living Car. vary the is .
outside whereas city plant k
Kissimmee __ _____ 3 2 .600 ond game played here yesterday was ,
Car number one, the living' car for ,length jn the various precincts, but u u purpose of the experiments: to be stai t- merely swapping home money. "
Lakeland ____ 3 2 .600,) won by the score of 10 to 4.
will\ be between and
35 40 inches Un u
the accommodation of the representatives ed at once by Alex Rernmgton-Smith, "The other U that we wantto
Bartow .-.. __ ________ 3 2 .600 Woozy baseball characterized the
The ballot in keeping with the law, ? -
} of the board, contains the officein of New York. double of 300
build phase plant,
Winter Haven ..________ 1 4 .200 game on the local grounds on Thurs
does contain ,
not tho of those
observation end,. lour state names I ivir. Smith has purchased the old kilowat capacity in each phase, making : -,,
and while there of
day was plenty excitement I
rooms, bath and toilet, dining room candidates! who have no opposition,they both Marion Carson dairy farm, located 600( kilowats in all, or 900 horsepower ,
Game Next the play was ragged on
t and kitchen. Like the other cars of being' nominated automatically.The \ : ,, southwest of the city, and already has ,which would give us one'of the {
at Bartow.Lakeland sides. The locals pounded both Haynes
th .train, it is heated with steam and polling place in Precinct Jfo. 1, a gang of ten or twelve men at work largest power plants in the state..Why
lighted with electricity generated by a in which Kissimmeo is located, will be at Winter Haven. and Snell with a vengeance and the clearing out the land preparatory to such
I do we want a big power plant as
located at the usual in the ..farmer left the game aster[ a collision w
Continued 8)) place castor beans about
( on pagt planting on sixty this? .Because we want to be In a position
with Hunter the first base line in a
Games Next: Thursday. on
Graystone Casino building. The polls acres of the tract. Mr. Smith bus to get other big industries With
Lakeland at KJssimmee. the fifth inning. Bane, who pitched ti
will at o'clock I
eight and close
open i been here for some time studying conditions cheep electrical we will have
at sundown. Bartow at Winter Haven. for the locals, did not seem to have power
CHARRED BONES PROVE and the plants offer these industries."
investigating something to
After I his usual steam, but at that he whiffed ,
half the
ballots had been
glowing in and around the city. iianas Mr. Tucker then told of hia sxperi*
The Kissimmee Cowpunchers broke eleven Winter Haven batters and kept I
printed this week word received I
was gathered a considerable quantity chairman of committee to
even on the two played this the hits scattered except in the second
by J. L. Overstreet, clerk of the court, games of beans irom'native plants and has secure new enterprises and how when
week in the Orange Belt League. Both inning.To I
from the offico of the Secretary of
purchased a quantity of..ed from tH freight rate on coal was quoted to Ct
WATCH NUMBERS CHARM ON played with the Winter tell just how the runs were made
State, to place thereon the name of games were
seed houses. both will be planted asa prospective Industries they turned a t'
FOB, GOLD CROWNED TOOTH A. J. Angle as a candidate for State Haven team. The 8r tJl'ame.uesd y, (Continued on Page 12) I I part of his experiments.Mr. deaf ear to Kissimmea's claims.He .
'I Comptroller. Angle's! name had been I Smith has been studying the then took up the argument made '
< removed after the ballot was made up castor bean proposition for several by some that the depreciation in the '
MAINS FOUND ON BEACH OF by the county commissioners on a wire and has delved into detailof would off. ?
I years every city plant due to inactivity *
LAKE OKEECIIOBEE AND from the same sourco stating that he Notice To Readers '
II the matter. He believes that the set any savnig' which night result
SOLVE MYSTERY. had failed. to file his second
expense castor bean can be grown here profit from the Tucker contract. He"review'

f statement as required by law. The I ably for commercial purposes and will ed a trip made to Orlando to. the boiler +
which had shrouded the disappearance -
Mystery action taken to have his
replaced a
name operate. his farm as a demonstration works of Cain A O'Bcrry In company
of Raymond Harrij in December on the ballot came as the result of his If yon receive a copy of the Valley Gazette and are a aoa-reri- of the best methods of planting", cultivating with H. C. Stanford and W. W. Carson t,

K ,. 1912, was cleared away last having filed affidavits to prove that dent *f the State of Florida, yon need net feel that the paper is being fertilizing, gathering and >n Wednesday of this week, when he
29 Sunday when Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hil- the statement was mailed in ample thrust without having subscribed for it. '
upon you you cleaning the beans for market. He laid both the manager and the expert
f liard returned from Okeechobee and time to reach Tallahassee on or beforeMonday i If you ar aot a rcfsJar subscriber the paper' Is being seat yon hopes to be able to'prove that his mechanic of tho firm stated that. the T

> stated that they had positively identified the last date for filing under as'aa adrrtisBint af Kissbsune and Osceola county and the ...Itacriptio. theories are correct and if he does he depreciation in boilers and engines not ,

r' the charred bones found on' Bear the law. Petitions from other candidates is being paid for by the Board of County Commissioners *f expects to instruct others In the culture In use would 'not be more than two

Beach, 12 miles from the mouth of the asked that it be placed on the Osceola county fnm the Special Publicity Fond, provided for in tie of castor beans and create. a mar- per! cent per year, providing they were.

r Kissimmee river on the shore of Lake ballot and Secretary of State H. Clay tax..budget each year. ket here for the product. well cared for.. These same men staU;.

If Okeechobee, as the remains or the Crawford. acted accordingly. It will b* sent to yon for several. ssontks with ht* hop. W iaterestini -. ed that.the depreciation machinery: tL

young man. yon in this section of Florida;' :If yen'ar* interested we Invite DW Clark, a prominent real estate at
and boilers in operation was figured
ire Mr.'and Mrs. R Hudson of Orlando '
iThe hones,were brought to Kiasiin- fa to writ.'for further iafrmalie; or, ?- smay write to the'Boardof dealer of. Apopka was a visitor. 10 per cent :
i and shipped later in the week tot were visitors In- the .city .lost Couuussioners. Beard of Trade In the last Mr. it a year.Mr. *
nee County ; Board el Trad of Kitsisuaee, city Friday. Clark .:Tucks also" read *'letUr:front'
the horn of-hi :'motho in'Sturgeon Friday. Mr. Hudson is ant old ttmtf _. .... . .
will connected
: ol St. Cloud or any el our advertisers. r- -" "-- be remembered was G. C. Henry general manager. of uthe, +
'11aa.'Mie& iry JK._ printer and for many years was owner We hopo that you will road ". iVa1.y; Cawtte;each weak .... with the Valley Gazette several years Southern. District, ,*' General Electric,
and of the Orlando BeaU n
y 'a Mr. and Mrs., Hilliard wr* called UOkiechobe Qhllsher that we ray be the Beans of bringing ".. hero a* a,,wt.e', if .*) .*; alrQ' as editor. H.'brought th. information Company, In which it was stajtad.thaf.
r lat Saturday by ..-.Wo- >elH* also operated a big job print rseidsnt. . "'"-, *-> . that plans are being mad at ,
a pensanent aa Investor.i> l "pResssmber -* - -. the depreciation in'.l.ctricalia> +:ddncry -
.gram:f rom :Tom,Bass tat1nc.bAt'J.. lag plant in.connection, and,,'was one ,..if ,...are:.'al t abotra IMr tad! ten I'"a ..........; Apopka for..a big Fourth! of July celebration not In operation was negligible.J|. 'r

M., Tucker: had,found,the bonea .of awan.on of th*leading\ business men. of' the 1 :ol lb.'SWe'ef F''a.lcbug.; wile'r.ttfer.tAel'.b.; 'which .an1' old-fashioned also' geeted.frem'Co.te' *'_Brash***,*' ='
oeB. baa retired is 1
;Bear :Beacht4.whichj.W9re, dty \ rest b:now lifetime and *noylng of- I fI? cripti.a,. which will U> paid:by tha ,Couty: \CoMaWoMts,. 1 Sddlers ;contest"V wilt b* 'one .of 'the in expert appraisal company! of Chics* .Fr,'
thought to.b* tho.ei ef.aimonJIIarCoaUnued'on = a jnd , teti.l. : 10 t -' i .. .... .;
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trict of Columbia Is being( looke4, after women lawyers; 2,193 women j journalist
.' BUSINESSMAN also.The ; 7,899 women physicians end surgeons -

three. bills fora prohibitory law ; 7,305 women"ministers; 23*),. '

F FINDS in our dependencies vii: the Philippines 077 women clerks, accountants and GROWN BY FANSLERS

: A ANDES Hawaii and Porto, Rico, are in! I.. stenographers; 357,635 women teach..
the hands of the
various committees.
What is as near a perfect basket of
find 770,055;
Tho bills for Hawaii and Porto Rico era professors; women ag
w t- riculturists. need the vote." tomatoes. was ever seen in this! sec.
JUST THE THING as well as'one to prohibit the exportation They .

\; ... f \;_ of New England rum to Africa 2. Home problems; public health. tlon\ of Florida was brought to the Vat-

. i1r LOW ROUND TRIP. SUMMER RATES should appeal to woman's missionary. puro food, milk and ...water'tlupply; ley Gazette this week by 8.:T. Fanslcr

societies in. every church.. schools; sanitation) cost of living. a prominent truck grower- TIle tomatoes -
The bill for the federal Women want the vote .to help solve were planted. tended ,and picked! .
\' .._.__ censorship ,
1. P. a.-&o..e II" C I .3$1 Cl li fl.M
'v I I I 0......_._ U 1. 1.I-It.--. ...i ) .
I I .=Sp.I.a, ::.:.: :t :: D&.k: '7:. =I AIM$.l U .:::::\ == : .:: NERVOUSHad are deeply interested. ; home, children, morals, business. Ha and Virginia Fanoler all of whomare

I!... ( J.II.==:;....&i ,:: :':" i:== :::: .I4.pH U.h.' .=::: ::.:: A bill introduced by lIon. Charles Give women the vote that they members. of the Girls' Canntn"----

soI..4;';;:. ::, '::: r.-t: =.::::::= ::= t-t.=--= 41 4114 1$ Randall of California may help secure laws ;which will pro Club of Osccoia county.
.. ... to all
,,. No Appetite and Stomach exclude
i!. t7.O. :: :!.U1.s__.. :U: N.g-.I."P.114- -== .::: 14'...":t"t:.?...:= 41 4414Lk 14 intoxicating liquors from national! tect these interests id officials :who The tomatoes are of good size, solid,,
.. ,, . Was In Bad
( I _O.I... .:=I...:'4.14.' =,Ir'ii.-I.. '' 4 :*MI Mhar hl M='tmTlfent Shape parks, has passed the committee on will enforce ithe laws," good( ) color arid absolutely without a

I ._ p11444.. ......4Wllr..<"1., .. E.Mr.Hull OW II.- public lands, with the recommendationthat We thank the Lord for 7,395 women'ministers blemish.. .

f ., I VARlAflLR KOITTETO DKNVrR.: SALT ARE.: COLORADO nfleB"I am, HM(dud It linn UNit nofod I was mote Induced IIke :nuncio tX. try it pass. who have escapedbeing Tho Misses Fanslcr have been con. a.
41 .1 SPRINGS I.OS A (;EI.ES SAN FRANCISCO. forbidden" to speak God's, truths sisLcnt
winners in the
> methnn
PORTLAND. SKATILK.: ETC. i n m..dlchl I woe all rundown Hon. A. T. Smith, of Idaho )has introduced CanningP.s
0.4.1 lh..dh: I. LNI...........14.h ChI..4 I .... .414 4q14. 1.1-.14g. nml badly In need of HOiiiolhlnu a bill to wherever the spirit moves. May their Club work and they should again carry
10 relieve the sale of
_.4.11 s1.1.... my ooiidlllon. I had a rjinrrhal prohibit numbers increase. '
TO TH1 NOITH AND NO1THWBIT. lto. sII.I..I, 1hS.41 bi14 .11" ( condition of the stomach, and liquor throughout the of off the prize this year .if all their
jurisdiction '
i ..._ .1 II....,..... ....... "('r\'fl iin ImllKPntlon! / nd I have found work is as perfect as these tomatoes.
I .. .., .. .... the Federal 'government. I
"Till IOUTHLAND"! CbU I | 4 I.41. -11. Andfd ID IIP JUst I ho tiling for me Itfle
I 4..1.
p. i4.. wrl...Obl,.M. I 4t A.M. trloi] several |lr"IJnrallon, (nil Three large yellow posters ;
DtIU PLYI4" .1s N. ".III., ......11... this madlcine IH di-rldedly the Ix-nl came The Waverly Florida:! Numerics
*. ..._ .. 4.14 P. M.::\\'c-1::: : ; :. M.- thing I have ever tnken ..>>iid th. only this morning from the National W. .C. Sunday, June 4th-Sunday school Company St. Paul
a Corporation
I IOUIlite IXPUIIU. .l> Mrai|. ..,. l' l. k.-. "II". (.hlnir that deemed to fill the bill *x- T. U. The the has
-- a_.. ,U..MTbr Jk.14.fII.. *>!. r, M.,u>m _. .. .... _. .. ...... and at
I .- I ...... 4- _.11.!..Urdu. I>- tfc.ti- .... .II.lbr., 4b N.N.D..I.0. N. DI.U..U.d.. LM .. ". had gotten ito I felt Iced and worn I true that I pass it on to 7:30 p. m. Special sermon to par.ents. Waverly Florida, on which are /some

. -- _ _ 1 In.u.......hen.. be.b1 yn wish.r t...*.p_*.tf.,Ib..*.1........._......,...t!-e.WI will.Ifl.n4..Yes. nfl_....,._... proper tut all the nourishment tlone. and from I did not not the every ,Florida White Ribbon sister: Text, Prov. 22:6. Invitation to 200,000 nursery trees end 85 acres In
. ___ -_ 144...... ....._1_ ._"... L a N. ....V.H' my food 1Han I 1st, "8,000,000 women wage earners in all parents.
: -".- .o oI'xlrf" nervnua all the time especially to. Come and bearing groves- One of the groves is
-. S, H. C BRETNEYFbrM. Hid Hlept very poorly, and beside I the United States. There are 1,010 get others to come with 35 old.
I IIImI 1 r._.. pins badly romtlputeil! I knew that I you. over years
II .....nllle cpdivl, 'vomethlnx to overcome m>'
fr T rJ 1M .t4a2k.FLL troubles but nothing' I tried was holpnir I '

- j I l 01... ........... a_4..4.4 414 S.._J.. by'a the statement Induced to.. of try so Antlen munyrcllHlile POLITICAL

,. pvoplp that had derived good I ANNOUNCEMENTS 1]
:'suits frum Ita. UHC- I am glad' to say
that I !hll" had the name experience,
'or I have taken four bottles and nm
:,'llnn flm I had no npx>tHp when IAn FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI -
".." to line the mfMllrlrife. and m)' PROSECUTING ATTORNEY FOR CLERK OF COURT
I St. Cloud Department Foo tomnxh It made mo feel mlHoral'li' hereby announce myself a candidate -
To the
ill Iiie tlmi All these rnptonriH have for the office of prosecuting attorney of the Coun- Democratic. voters of Osceola l | and, 1 nm only too glad to County Commissioner ty Court. of Osceola County, subjectto County:
f-comiiiend It to tholt.'ho for district No.2, subject to
S NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN SOwn and need 1 a tiuilc. and are a medlIne run-- the action of the Democratic primary.E. the action of the Democratic primary Thanking you for your kind support .
that will Kdro cure their stomach of June in the I
i SPECIAL, CORRESPONDENT rouble and ronnllpatlon" L. D. OVERSTREET. 6.W. hereby announce
myself candidate for
ft.4 This In the HtaK-niPnt of a Tami as a reelectionto
_ I juKini-Hx man. !Mr. Jubn (OnuaU n>nl.l- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.I the office of Clerk of the Circuit

On May 30th the G. A. R. Post'! cnndidaM- for re-election, was in our nit at rornir Str<-..|.of l.ak Avenue and Kifipcnlli hereby announce myself a candidate COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Court of Osceola County at the Democratic -

. Woman's Relief Corps and school chilI city on Tuesday. Mr. Jones has proved There are I hOIlMn n.IM of men and 1 for County Commissioner from primary, June Gth, 1916 and
t himself to be an efficient and omen In Tampa that are In the name District I hereby announce that I am a candidate earnestly solicit'
: dren went to the cemetery and decorated ndltlon 5.5 WHH Mr frofalz. All) lllfleed -\ No.4. Osceola county and for the office of County Com your support. If reelected -
the graves with flowers afterwards worthy officer and will no doubt receive la the right nlt'dkln. and It w ill will appreciate the support of the to the office I assure you thatI
missioner from the First District. If
-1 large vote in this county. is found In Amies It cures that tlr..d will the
I the where they a voters of that district in the give you same faithful and
going to lake approaching -
111-1<0n. fpellnK. biilldn up the entire elected I promise to give: faithful and
k had services and flowers were scattered Floyd Mosher and Roy Van Denbetg IjHtom that l I" run down from overinrk primary. I have served conscientious attention tQ the dutiesof impartial service that I have endeavored -

on the water and at 2:00: m. a drove two' car loads of young peopleto ( or mental exhaiiHtlon and rnnkcH four years on the board and feel that to give in the past.
p. roil feel well and .strong like ol<'-tlm.. the office. I earnestly I'olirit'YOllr
large crowd gathered at the G. A. K. Wekiwa Springs on Sunday.Mr. V lkfl. and as Nature. Intended. ] ufl to !h*. my experience will enable me to ren- vote and support at the Democratic Very respectfully
hall where a very interesting: addresd and Mrs. Bert Baxter startedon Mr Payne and his n Hl"tant. roureougly der better service to my constituents J. L. OVERSTREET.
Primary June 6th.
explain lo all callers :
how and
': was given by Rev; Beauchamp and Monday by auto for New Mexico. what Andon "Th Muster. Medicine.'. than ever before. ERNEST MACH. FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTStanding

,. some very appropriate music was sung Mr. Dick C. Bowers left last Friday rill cur.. They are at Cotter's DriiK O. R. BASS.
livening for Hopewell Va. His wife itor>. on Franklin Slrpet. where hun- -
by the quartette.Major Ireds call dally) and Learn more at FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.I FOR SHERIFFTo upon my record during_ .
expects to join him soon, but they will Andes
T. M. Murphy county judge Prescription.
hereby past term, I wish to
announce myself a candidate announce to
paid St. Cloud a visit Wednesday The return here in September. Andes Prescrption so highly endorsed to School the People of Osceola County: the Democratic voters of Osceola
represent Diatriot No.
r I served with distinction in Mrs Clarence Hall and baby left on by Mr. John of .. .
I Major the Gozalz Tampa, is! 2. Cnn pl-ell and solicit the I hereby announce that I am a can- countymy candidacy to succeed

,'. q Second and Third New Jersey cavalry, Thursday morning to spend the summer now on sale' in Kignimmee by Corner. of the Democratic voters of that a'jpprrt Dis didate for re-election to the office of self in the office of County Superin-my-

Custer'g division, under General Sher- at Denton, N. C. 'Drug Store, the exclusive agents. trict. W. R. LANIER. I Sheriff of Osccolp County subject to tendent of Public Instruction. If you

: idan. He U a candidate for reelectionand Mr. Currier and Mrs. Folsom were I the action of the Democratic party at believe that record to be a good one,

%, his many friend. in St. Cloud and quietly married at the Methodist parsonage FOR COUNTY 'COMMISSIONER. : the ensuing primary. My record is I will appreciate your vote and

_ ,, especially the veterans here will rally Wednesday evening May 24th I W.C.T.U. COLUMN I I hereby announce myself a candidate before the people of this county andI at the primary, June 6th. support

_ I to his support on tho 6th of June and by Rev. Northrup. Their friends wish. for County Commissioner from invite the most searching investigation C. E. YOWELL.FOR .

return him by a large majority.E. them well. District No.1. subject to the Democratic of it. If again chosen I promiseto STATE HENATOR

O. Mittel of Narcoossee was a Mr. C. J. Erickson and daughter of An enthusiastic membership and a primary. use the same diligence for the con

St. Cloud caller on .Wednesday. Winter Haven, are visiting here. good attendance combined constitute B. C. MILLER. servation of the law and order in the To the Citizens and'oters of the

- The .contra t to build an elegant Rev. W- L. Hackett died at his homeon future as I have used in the_ nanh.__ I Nineteenth Senatorial Distil I:
- U" '
bungalow has been let for Senator K. Ohio avenue Friday morning. Funeral an inspiring meeting\ -such were the Thanking you for your. confidence in I hereby announce myself a candidate -

D. French at his grove in Ashton.'Sen services were held at the :Presbyterian conditions -t the last. session of the FOR STATE SENATOR. the past and earnestly solicit your for re-election to the office of .

_tor French purchased .the Anderson church Monday morning at'' 9 Uuiont May 26. Two anew memberswere ..:--....:. support in the coming primary Sin State Senator front the Nineteenth ;

grove some time ago and has since o'clock. Services were conducted by received.' Our members are I hereby announce myself a candidate .: cerely yours L.. H. INGRAM. Senatorial District of Florida," comprising i

_ _ -, added to his acreage.',*" :-. ., ; "',, the i Rev Witherspoon of Kissimmee.; steadily increasing' well as the spirit for the office of Senator. from the counties of Orange S mt-/ ,:t...

WI, Barber:, of Kissimmee. was a Mr. Hackett leaves a wife and six children ol good fellowship and a ,notable the; Nineteenth Senatorial District, FOR SUPERVISOR'' o. nole: and Osceola subject to the action -,\\.t )

St Cloud visitor on Friday last. to mourn his loss-two daughters, spirit of harmony and co- peratlon. comprising the counties of Orange OF REGISTRATION of the Democratic Primary to beheld

,. lion. G. F. Parker and wife, of Kisimmee Mrs Bissett and Mrs. May of Tampa; which has always been characteristicof Seminole and Osceola subject to the I June 6th.
am a candidate for the
were in our city on Sunday Mrs. Frank Gilbert, of St. Cloud; one the W. C. T. U. We action of the Democratic primary to Supervisor of Regrmtratiajn for office-of Osce- As you no doubt are aware, a Constitutional

.t. and Attended the Memorial services in !.eon; TmUeionary; in India, and one son warmly welcome the good women who be held June the 6th, 1916. ola County and will appreciate your amendment) will be sub

, the M. E. church Sunday morning. and daughter In .b. North The family' are coming to us to lend their influence I respectfully refer you to my past Wote" and support in the Dem rati" mitted to the voters at the next gen-
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davidson and have the sympathy of the community to this worthy cause. It was our 1'8illative l ) record. If honored by Primary, June 6th. er.J electIon, providing! for Senator

:, lIOn Franklin, left last Thursday to in their bereavement.On glorious first leader, Frances Willard election I shall not be a candidate to EDGAR D. KATZ. front each county, and if the amend

. epend the summer at Portsmouth-; Thursday afternoon there will'l>. who said, "The awakening of womento succeed myself. FOR COUNTY JUDGEI ment be adopted my term of office

N. H. a ball game between the married and a perceptive of their relation' to GEORGE W. CRAWFORD.FOR will expire April. 1919. .

;i; State's Attorney Joseph H. Jones, single menA good time is expected. i civic life Is an incalulable advantages; hereby anounce my candidacy for In view of the above. if honored by

. . . _. . _ for the mothers re-election should the amendment be
--------------- --- - - -- -- "- nnnn nnnnI .- women are of the race. SHERIFF re-election to the office of County
_ ? rejected, I shall not be a candidate
Organized motherhood is _
+ oO + + + + + + + + + + + + + as leader. We are glad to see the a force the Judge subject to the action ,of the to su ceed myself. .
'IS inost deeply rooted: the most steadily I am a candidate for the office of Democratic Primary of June 6th
.' SHINGLE CREEK. : I young people take such interest. I enduripg, that this planet knows I Sheriff of Osceola County and will 1916. T. M. MURPHY. ARTHUR E. DONEGAN.FOR

It 4. + Mrs. I- P. Tison and daughter Susie.I among all the beneftcient forces that appreciate your support in the Priwhiary REPRESENTATIVE .

4 + 4 4 4 4 + + 4' + + 0. + + 4' called on Mrs. Stewart Tyner Satur- the ages have developed." I election to be held June 6th. FOR TAX COLLECTOR To the Democratic voters of Osceola
R DeWitt Browriv pf Kissimmee.'Wa. day. The W. C. T. U. will not take any If elected to this office/ I pledgemy .I ----- I County: V.JI

I a busines1'ci
---i; W. O. BrojGrtm and family visited church next Sunday as usual preach- meet but onco a month on the last laws'with Impartiality and to devote In announcing my candidacy for representative in the next Legislature

at the )home of Walter Bronson's Sun- ing both morning and .night by our Friday, at 3:30.: my entire time to the duties incumbent re-election to the office of Tax Collector 'from Osceola county. subject to

-1 n day. pastor, Bro: Reeves. upon, the office. for Osceola County, I desire to the will of the Democratic voters in

Monday May 22 was observed as aJay Mrs. Stewart Ivey, of Orange 'C hter The following from the Good News CLAY JOHNSON JR. state that if elected, I promise to the June primary. . for cleaning and beautifying our Franchise give the same personal supervision Having served on. term in the'
t_ > spent the week end with her par :
cemetery- Quite a number of people I FOR to the office as I have done hereto Legislature I feel that, if elected to f

Ver there and a lot of work was'ac- ents. . For lack of space only brief extractscan I SHERIFF fore. My record in office speaks for serve again, I will be better fitted to
-t PEG A. WAY. be made from a recent letter from -
complished which adds much to the I itself. C. L. BANDY. consider the various measures that
Mra. Ellis of the Legislative Department : hereby announce my candidacyfor _
', looks of the resting place of our dead. come before the Legislative Body.
the office
+ + + + + + 00 + + + + + + + + Washington D. C. of Sheriff of Osceola FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I will
This also being the day of our quar- subject to the appreciate your support, and
r county Democratic
:, > Numerous bills for the betterment To the Democratic voters of if
Coun- chosen to fill[ the will
., trely conference an appropriate sermon Primary. If I honored position serve
of the World are pending in Congress ty Commissioners District No. 2 to the best
was preached at eleven o'clock by : of my ability.
II voters of this county I promise to I I
our beloved presiding elder, Rev. SmIthS > > > > + > > > > + > > in.which. we are deeply interested. devote all of my time and to date announce myself a candi. N. C. BRYAN. ;
First and most important is the bill for energy to represent district No.2
nice and
Hardin after which dinner
a very The box social last the duties of the office and to enforceall 'solicit
Saturday night the
National Constitutional Prohibition. I
support the FOR
II Democratic CONGRESS
was served by the ladies of the com ,
the law. of
was only a partial success on account fear in some minds there prevails an the state without partiality .voters of that district. I
c_ munity. of the rain, but fifteen dollars was and to the best of my ability.
[ idea that the bill baa been fatally Injured B. G. HANCOCK. "
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ivey dined at the L U. I I: hereby announce my candidacy
home of J. F. Nlswonger's Sunday. by being deferred through action I for renomination as Representative :'
,. Elberta Anderson I. spending this Mr. and Mrs. Tom Woodall and Miss of the Judiciary: committee of the SHERIFF COUNTY JUDGE in Congress from the Fourth Con- '
Myrtle Collier vfeited their parents House of This is not -
week with her sister Mrs. .stewart Representatives. gressional District of Florida subject '
We .
I Center. Mr. and Mrs. Collier- Sunday. the case, however sa the bill will he I will be are authorized to announce
Ivey, at Orange a candidate for the officeof James to the action of the Democratic Primary ,
t:c : Mr- and Mrs. J. F. Niswonger entertained Eugenie Avant called Dr. Churn of brought up early in the next session, 1 Sheriff of Osceola county at the W. Lilly BS a candidate for to be held on June 6, 191. I J

a number of friends from Orlando StCloud, twice Saturday night to his .when we believe vote will be gained primary in June, and solicit the support of County Judge subject to the action: shall make as active a campaign a. ;.:
baby who was very ill with malaria because we did await "a more convenient Democratic primary to be held
who motored out Sunday. but of the Democratic voters. If June 6, 1916. the duties of my office will permit. :;:

_ : ., Ed. Roberta and family, of Camp- is improving now. season. elected I will give my entire time and I appreciate to the fullest extent >, *

bell, visited I. P. Tison's Sunday. Mr. R. L. Evans has four arpenera The bill for prohibition in the DisTAYLOR'S attention to the Unties of the office. FOR COUNTY the support rendered me during the- '

Hiss Iva Niswonger is visiting with :from St. Cloud'-working. on his new. 4 JAMKS!: H. SMITH. SURVEYOR last primary and I sincerely trust

4'. I frineds on Milliard's'Island this week. house. I am a candidate for the office of my conduct has been such a. to merit ''f
.I.TiMn was an Orlando visitor Earl Barber Howard Tyson, Gilmoreand FOR TAX COLLECTOR County Surveyor for Osceola a continuation of same \t\
county -
.' Maynard Sullivan of East Lake
: WeclDeacIa,. and will appreciate
your vote tnd sup. W. J.. SE. RS. :j
I )M. M.' Miller and family called at attended tho box social her Saturday I ,1 I hereby announce my candidacyfor port in the Democratic Primary .

____ lot. the horn of E. Lr D. Overstreet Snn- night. BEST the office of Tax Collector of Os- June 6th. FOB 'MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD
_ I Mr. Sam Story is busy shipping: wool. ;J
Uy afternoon. ceola. county subject to the Democratic ALAN J. MacDONOUGII.
and Miss Mattie Belle this week. I< Primary of June 6th. I *
_____ -.0. B. Sierer BLOOD believe I hereby announce my candidae 1|
iWoodall his future bride, were Shingle Mr. Bill Smith and family, of Kiasimmee : that I am folly competent to fill FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. for re-election as a member of them! '

; creek callers Sunday. visited with H, IL Hull's. tanally thla office,to the satisfaction of thetaxpayers To the Voters of Osceola County: County School Board from District '.of

Quite crowd Attended our Sunday Sunday, . MEDICINE and promise, if honored by I hereby announce my candidacy for No. 2. I have given'my belt effort "i i ito '

; 'fright pnyw'meeting with. R. L. Ivey _There will be services in the Baptist FOR RHEUMATISM your. ballot,.to give my best attention the position of County Snrveyer. If the duties of this position>> during |ffl
- church SODdau. fifth.. R. '. BL H.
.. irW J 1U W.JWWUW.IW I and Ability to fulfilling the duties elected to the ' fill this
. / .. .' 'r position I present term and earnestly solicit
_ ., .Tk* *Ms: ftIt.... kWOT rt TI. IbsEI I Gay will preachjtwo, ..r D n.. incumbent upon me. to fulfill whatever duties the support of the Demoeratfe'TOtenI.V.; -
e*>M .f He tmfe aed Uz.IH fleet. tAXA- Miss Albina Smith holds/a/ canning ,I.will appreciate art required
;. 'r: JTXOJlOOVJJfIH..tM..u-". demonstration: PRICE Sl ? FlUPINTBO'ilt your support and of me to the best of my ability. I will in the coming primary; T pledge myself J%
for her
Ii .lM mmA iaM aol -- uvoI- 1401 Wednesday, tomato vote.
'P.s: .. 1we4. ......_ 4h. .u _a.aOl4 girls here.' "''I appreciate your vote and suport to continued"conucientious ..e",1., f.

'. ".=' 'l :',..-. .,lbs .!,-_K._4S .W.-' ,OKOVK.. pe, .s-.. Jl GURDON H. CLARK: < < JOE E. JOHNSTON Ice if again honored by your bs.llotW.etL.TER.BEONSON./&' ';:" .

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TODAY, JUNE 2, ItlfcPOSTMASTER r R { t 1 ., "

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OF-FI1. MICHELIN MAN'S. ',TIRE,BHXTS. ",. 'Special""Committee' N*. '2- AssOAJIiN
: '
': PRESS circulation rating; bureau)- began operations' last.. week, Tab Orove's Ii" ..

A man cam.'ln her* the other day GQbert D. Leach, Commercial, Lees- supplying fuel and light to that city; The 01 8to.....'. Tastelessvalnabt
chill Tooo
r : TOWNINDORSES IT said W T.s,Makinson; of the W.., B. COMMITTEES NAMED bnrg) Clayton-. Codrtngton, .News A sidewalk- building boom baa struck- : Tonic is eq: it contains* eabecaSe tile acereal

Maldnson'Co., we-Uunftriven his ear* DeLand T. ,M. Callahan, Press, FtMyers. ?Lauderdale? and many streets are well kaowsi tonic lI'usrtIeeofQUININJIaad

< several miles! on the rim a tire) having . wing concrete J JhreL' KAON. It acts oa the User Drive
FLORIDA MAN .3A TS' HIS WIFE President Oscar T. Conklln, of the Improved by thorough-. oat ...... Bnricbe the Blood end ",
been punctured same distance) awa1'froM Bond Ute .....
op tr-Mle System. M
SUFFERED FOR SIX OR EIGHT town. The walls of the casing Florida Press Association has named ADVERTISED LETTERS. ".

YEARS .AND-THAT "rAN LAC' IS wer scored and scraped while the Us committees for the ensuing.Tear as Kiasimmee, Fla., May 22, 1918. .
ONLY THING THAT; HELPED follows Advertised list for two weeks'end-
fabric which was torn and frayed, FOR GO'VE.RN'ORLeading
HER. .was 'broken away from the rubber, and Esecuti-G. A- McCIoIlan Metropolis ing June 6. 1916 .

,. Nearly everybody in and around the beads were badly damaged. All Jacksonville'; W. L. Straub, Times 'Aulman, Mrs. Alice-Carter; L C.; ,

Jacksonville knows Paul Palmer for of this trouble was caused by the St. Petersburg; J.JI.., Humphries Carpenter Mrs. J. B.; Gear Gee W.;

L thirty years postmaster at Phillips 'squeezing of the casing between the Journal Bradentown; E. E. Naugle Freer Lawrence H.; Griffin C. G.; !_ i __ Fights for

': Fla., just a mile and a half beyond ;edge's of the.rim and the ground. In- Valley Gazette. Kisrimmetf; A. K. Wil-', Mincey S.' T;; Pittman, J. E.; Scott;

f ... South,Jacksonville, and for-40 ''yeara side the casing small irregular'shaped orvTribuno Ft. Pierce; prosidentnand Wm W.; Stacks II. N.; Spier J. G.; -" '

r. -A> In (.he mercantile business -at that pieozs of the tube were adhering to the secretary ex-officio members. I Throbro, Henry; Webb, .M. C; Williams Lower Taxes

't; place.- Mr. Palmer numbers his friends I fabric- "".AlI.,thes.-evidences" of .abuse .Constitution and ByLawsWayne Rev. J. H.;,Williams, Ea nest. .

literally by the thousands and M r is I were conclusive proof tHat both casing Thomas,.Courier, Plant City'; Will II. B. B.. SIMPSON Postmaster..
Stevens Times,,Stuart; A. P.' Jor- ANDEVERGLADES
one of the substantial I and tube wer.-.badly injured 'it not
,,,,,, citizens of that section. I ruined beyond repair. All things) considered dan Herald Punta Gorda. CHICHESTER s- PILLS 4 ,r
MembM-sWp H. Walton Advocate F I
this Tanlae has DRAINAGE
certainly .. ON
it's expensive ,business : NB> AH J
t. wife wonderful amount of Titusville; P, V; Lea engqod. tt ... ,
dono my a on deflated tires. It's far . 4.I'tI: :: ::
I : .... .. ..... ..
. "and are Star Ocala; Stanley ,Lichtey Times I. N R .I .rl/k
good" said Mr. Palmer we cheaper, says Mr. Makl: son, to carrya ..._ -La tlr, all_ .BACK TO BROWARD PL'AN'
mighty well pleased over it, for she as every sensible motorist Melbourne. I, >. ...::.i.t. .
'.' I Finance-G., M. Goblsby, Advocate ID Alle"e asasa PIL........a. .
had been sick that I felt
so long just does now-a-days, but still there area y ..Yr..r B.bWAI..y."-. '
'like nothing on earth would over' help -lot of short-sighted men who go Wauchula; T.' E. Fitzgerald,.Gazette- SOU BIOBJGGISTS EVEftYUAOi ION 'L. F'ARRIS. .
News Daytona; C E. Howard Citizen .
" her. She has suffered with stomach tire \
along without an extra hoping
Orlando. .' Fearless Fighter for the Common Good
trouble for six or eight years and has that the inevitable will never happen I
'had a good many doctors to treat her and then to cap/the climax they m.: Arbitration and Grievances--C.' ().' TAKE LIVERLAXAND

? but nothing seemed to help or do her in for an adjustment. 'would advise Codrington, News DeLand; L.W..
... until I her some Tan- Traer Times, Melbourne; D. L. Er- SOLUTION LOWER TAXES
any good got every motorist said Mr Makinson In FOR_
Palm Beach Fred'W.Kettle. .
vin Sun West
lac. conclusion to read,, a good Instruction FEEL WELL
headaches all such book Homeeeeloer l Jacksonville; W. Drab tks 1..1',..... ... place e* tke Tax Bks. $200,000,000.00. {
bad book''on tires
; "She had mighty the care of ; a ." "
, the time and she could hardly oat any. tot example as that Issued by the A. Russell News PalaUca. "* latdEgeBi ab..... .! tk. IM qd. .. .

thing that wouldn't give her a great Michelin Tire Company Legislation J. Holly Herald Asia lanai sasHsaaa' si property nsw .... .. ,
Sanford; Robert I iMeNamee, Dixie ,Don't suffer.from the ill effects.of
-deal of pain and misery afterwards Jacksonville; D- B. McKay. Times, an inactive liver, such as headache; Indigestion Assets sack class .. property .... MSM, wakk will .....* tfcsw L.... '

'Her stomach would swell with sour MEN'S MEETING. Tampa. constipation, lack of energy a. bens fcy lie fans ... kessw .....

gas and, make Hr feel dull and i! Memorials and ReaolutlonLew B. and low spirits, when for a little money ....
heavy and sometime she'd get dizzy Last Sunday's meeting was conducted -
Brown, Independent St. Petersburg'; you' can get a remedy of proved
and And it hard to bieathe. She nad who interesting
- by Bro. Cole gave an Harry L. Brown;: Record St. Augustine merit. GRIGSBY'S LIV-VER-LAX REPORTS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF FLORIDA INDICATE HIS ELECTION 4
little appetite at times but never talk and it encouraging
a was
; Arthur B. Brown, News Fort will get your liver right and let you '
could menage to get nay strength or to see some young men In attendance. Pierce. enjoy better health and brighter spir BT AN OVERWHELMING. MAJORITY. DONT LOSE. ,TOUR, VOTE
nourishment from her food. Our meeting next Sun- ....
Come again.
Special Committee No. 1-(To consider its. LIV-VER-LAX act natrally and
"This condition her down will be conducted by
just pulled day afternoon
of in bulkA. Has
matter buying paper ) effectively. none of the dangersand
until she tired and out all who will take for w
was worn Bro. G. G. Crawford
H. Andrews Eagle Estero; bad after effects of calomel. Sold
the time and was weak and run down his subject"Whatsoever a man soweth
Clarence E. Wood Lake Region, Eus- absolute money refund guar
generally, and we wsro mightily out that shall he also reap." Scripture lesson fi
tie; R. E- Brassier Reporter-St&r Or- antee at 60c and $1 a bottle. Each
of heart about it when I began to no- Galatians. out and MILIN
lando; W- M. Ball, Times-Union Jack- bottle is protected by the likeness of ry
tice articles about Tanlac and ..decided what work these
see splendid ,young sonville; W. F. Stovall, Tribune TamP L. K. Grigsby. For sale by Osceola
that it was just what she needed."I converts are-doing for their Lord and Pharmacy. '
lost time in getting a supplyand Master.
no __ . _____ .. u .__,.__
she took three bottles without There is a call for each of us .and

missing a dose, and.her improvementwas much good can be done if we but apply -
simply wonderful. I can see the ourselves to our duty in this im-

difference better than she can, for she portant work. We especially invite all

just*looks like a different woman. She young men to attend, in fact everyman

has n good appetite now and can just and boy io Kissimmee will receivea

eat anything she wants without the hearty welcome who comes. Remember ELIGIBILITY OF SENATOR r

slightest fear of suffering: from it. She the place, at the Methodist, Sunday %-/ _J r

has ::o more dizzy op-clls: and feels school bungalow, Sunday afternoon at<

stronger and better than she has fat: 3 o'clock.

for a long time." DEVOTIONAL COMMITTEE.The F. M. HUDSON -

Mrs. Palmer, whose hearing Is some-
what.lmpaired..dded much to her hus Stockholm State Bank has a ug cJ MICHELIN

band's statement after it had been woman as chief cashier who is paid / Red Inner Tubes \\
the same rate as a man. doesn't expire until
written down. "Yes, it did all that midnight and as

for me," the said, "and we think it is ._. ".V, he election closes at sundown, he is have a world-wide reputation for durability -
for the following reasons:
.a very great medicine. necessarily elected Governor while the "
. . .
Genuine Tanlac-is sold in Kissimmee 4 ' r I U! MicKeli. d-Rutfc er Tube..r.eompoeaded
x, twilight of his senatorial term still d V I of cot a qualiljr-giving inoradicaU which which ,
J. Z. Roberson and in St. Cloud by
lingers. This I them from becoming briltU or ponxu wi which j ,
an overlapping
I v i ,
the Seminole Pharmacy-Adv. 1 } pcoerf* their velvety oitoeM jnde&ailel/.
t 1 1i4 of:,the, terms of the two offices of'some \ ;\ I \ 2nd i Michelin Tube are not amply pine

'40040004044440404 five' or six hours, they contend. Now \ I, oi tfraight tubing with that mJi craned. r
'u .x but re wined oa a ling aumaml l to I'
Mr. Hudson has been elected Senatorfor 'i .
-g A \ \ ea.alydl.rac.l.r.h.p.ofths
DO YOU KNOW THAT 4 \ three successive terms. Each time \ sand. oi |K e eamg ilwllad 1t dY

.. *. ty \k. coo. quemlir at .
, .' t. he was elected and each time his term
4 44y' u
J .tru8'gie. expired.on the first Tuesday after the
lOj'L1fO Is.
i :: -constant r
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'.$t ,Ij L,+ against death? /f ; 7i, '. first .)fond y in November.. If the 1 ,
VSf Dirty*refrigerators may: niake "" construction of these people I is cor .' .. : ,<1t. .
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Sickness f"1" ""I \Jl',, \-, .
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j T rect, Mr Hudson continued to be.Senator '', ,,, ""
.O'The, U. S. Public Health Service ** < -vv. ,B. MAKINSON'CO.KISSIMMEE h
for five or six, the end
$ issues free bulletins on rural .0- -
I- ..sanitation? x of each term after ho bad been! electedto FLA. ,
The defective citizen of today succeed himself. In other words he MkielU
Red Inner Tubes five the 8IaMI euse.y 554 tsrisfirtiea.
is oftlmes the unhealthy child of was enjoying the.honor of two terms

yesterday? *' at the same time. Does any intelligent
Every man is the architect of .0- after moment's A
man a thoughtbelieve
4 his own health? F. M. HUDSON I that Mr. Hudson's first termas
. > It's the that lives that .0-
Senator continued after his
Candidate for Governor. '
counts? edltot'of to his second term or that his second
Tuberculosis is contagious Candidate for State Comptroller The the Democrat asked 'term continued after his election to his

pieventobVe, curable? O Through actual experience in Hon. Don C. McMullen yesterday to third term? Most assuredly not. A : One block of Five Lots in outh Part of Town. 250 '

'_ The full dinner pail-the open long service as Chief Clerk In three give his opinion on the eligibility ofHon. POSITION SO RIDICULOUS WOULD foot front, 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil/adapted for

window-the clean well-makofr 4 different departments of the state Fred M. Hudson for Governor. NOT FOR AMOMENT ,BE COUNTENANCED I
for health? o government he is especially qual-i, I Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city
' filled to discharge the intricate duties DINARY INFORMATION LET HIM ditch. Make your home pay for itself.
o 4 aoo44ooaooooooo of State Comptroller. The popular mind does'.lot regard I
--- He was born and reared on a with favor the defeat of whit is right Apply VALLEY GAZETTE.TiiiihiiJjiiiiiiiniiinriiiiinffllfl j
on an intelligent plane with the con- q
NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD farm near Tallahassee. and fair by technical rules, even when troversy of the ancient wise men who

He promises if elected prompt, such rules ant clear but to invoke the conceding all power to the Creator, -

Expels scrofulous humors from the courteous He. will and warmly impartial appreciate service. STRAINED and ILLOGICAL construction discussed the question as whether .: :::::':; |::::::::: | .
blood which cause constipation, malaria your '

or not he could put the earth in a pint
of the congtitutionrby which I Il@
in the Democratic Pri i
rheumatism ulcers, pimples support
sores, I'cup without making the earth smalleror
etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy mary. the opponents of Mr. Hudson assert
the cup larger. Then it necessarily -
qn a guarantee to satisfy. -Paid advertisementS that he is ineligible \LIGHT TO fallows that if his term as Senator did The Most '

BRING ON SUCH MET ODS AND not overla his succeeding term as Sen-
Asset ;
THEIR CIRCULATORS, HE DISAPPROVAL ator, that his term as Senator would Dependable

not overlap his succeeding ttrm as Sen-
Governor. So much for the commonsense I There are many kinds and

PEOPLECONSTITUTIONS. / AND aide of the question but the legal forms of investments -.>. some +<,,

Your Social LAWS SHOULD NOT BE CONSTRUEd view is just as much in favor of good and some bad. You act ... j t

Standing IN THE LIGHT OF TIDE Mr. Hudson's'eligibility.. OUR SUPREME wisely when you have an account teu'"
Demands Engraved Cards INDIVIDUALS.but WITHA PASSED UPON COURT THE HAS QUESTION NEVER with the Citizens Bank of Kissimmee p '1




LINE OF ENGRAVED .' The politician. who have raised this TIONAL AND STATUTORY PRO-

question insist that Mr. Hudson is disqualified VISIONS TOUCHING TIlE ELIGIBILITY 4% interest Paid on Savings ; ,

-, Stationery, Calling Cards, by the provision of the constitution OF A' PERSON TO HOLD Accounts.
forbidding a Senator or a' OFFICE, SHOULD XNSTRUED

:: Wedding Invitations, Birth Cards member W the House of Representatives i SO AS TO UPHOLD THE ELIGIBILITY -

Announcement CardsEngraved during the term for which he was IF POSSIBLE. Then it is an

elected being elected or appointed to old maxim of the law recognized by

in the latest styles and on the any: office the emoluments of which all courts from the Supreme court of -

finest of cards and paper. *. have been increased 'during such time.. the United States down that "THE .
Looking at it from a legal or commonsense LAW CARES NOT FOR SMALL

,ASK.. TO-. SEE .OUR" SAMPLES..' ...\ 4.1 standpoint' such a conclusion tomymind"Ja THINGS. Twos thousand years ago SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT y

absurd,':and its use as the Roman praetor would have di.- .. ..._ 1.
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Prices as low as consistent with this high J '" "''I. 'w I.
campaign material ii unfalr.
-,: j mlea d'Wa quibble with the remark ,
. class of work.-
;:;.- ", ,f., The election occurs on the firet.Tuesday'sfter'the "de.mfnimis non eurat "-THE ARTHUR E. PONEGAN. President ,
first Monday In' No- LAW CARES NOT,FOR TRIFLESand"

_Kissimtnmee'_ i Valley- "!:tr5 'Gazette' ;: vember.*'il Hudson's 'term"expires today It is a matter altogether too- I PAUL- K.4* WEAVER r. Csuhter'' ,. .... .

"'. ._ r' that day.:' But the curbstone expounders small for r fair ,minded men to-' triTe .

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The Valley Gazette that evidently nobody knows exactly what it dot*. ttinguisked ancestry,, Hii fahuly ha lived h. i Florida '11

a Kissimmce coM to manufacture electricity t and to pump water for five generation / ,.
'into |11,. city main Getting right down to brae ; '
\ 2nd. He i ia 'a man.of unusual ability, a* ahown SAID ABOUT .K1SSIM'dIEE
......a MT.r* tack that it ;just 'a1 the true statut of affair( by the prominent petition he hold in the ,
Valley .... H.M..... ti.a_ ..e, n.., although believe that the electric I Lget, committee very "
we United State Senate, airman, of influence and integrity AND OSCEOLA COUNTY '
which D "', W. Carton i i. chairman I "
m cti' ,. ,, ought '
W. R ItANNIa ANIS H. t.c VAN A IMCW-aw.. .M, .
... 'to havV'KMn jntight into the cost of manufacture. I 3rd. lie ide- _ _ _ . _ _ .L"."" '
tat, NAV IMMe* 4 .- never .iepa.- -He it frank and bold OOOO. 'OOOOOOOOOOOOO ,O"VV9.'Y"oo .
'The figure the commiu.e had prepared from to declare' and maintain his
position .ubject. '
aaA..ta/.. N.I..I Uie city ,_nit ate practically ,the same figure up. I ; '. He ha the hi onany "Family of idle man profit by his leading boef packers of the country
e1 pr. tor,. "Me ..-.r .. '...__.. 1i ? cour.iof conviction and arrest ia the thing work now inJJuimmee. has bean turned to soutliont Florida ,
-.w- + which th, committee ha ..t'Cki"l sod) i way ,
"r.f''. ..,.. .. .. ......... on never attempted to deceive the public or conceal
vMAr, ,,... ,..,,.'..-....-......,-...' from which 'it .1 hewed a Bating or ale yekr previous hit \ie*'. on any public guettion.4th. From report it seems that the advantage of 'which for producing
.4 : i' 1 In fact, the I'.tat'nl'ch.iITllI" of. the com ; an ordinance ia that city allow. the thoroughbred cattle and hog Are not '
i; Alt ei"m""'"".", '..""t h'c\,. ."r' ."taerh.A mitts' ha been tiling ckwer Utihon to the f financial Some of his colleague in"tle; United workingof vagrant and tile paying equalled in the Union. They have purchased ,
..."".".. ..,... b. sla' etl "II' tae wrltr Slake* -Senate' clan him1a* one of the six influential > of native cattle at
most thousand
will nut ". raa.nA "".... all4In status' of the municipal,. than any other, If of n laboring mtn'a wages ;to his family -'unatl.a. I. we ivincmbeij rightly, the committee, or lather the member in that body, while.the sentence' i. being carried good price and have at tlia some time I

Ixa1wQ ti the I..1.0" .cl."m.. rl.t'... chaiiman who war a member\ of the committee last Sth. He i* absolutely hone t, and no one dare out. It would 'coern that this was a encouraged the people to improve their' 1 i1.. .". ': '

._"' I ,)eat, together with hit co-w-oiler* at, that "lime, re- question hit motive. moat excellent idea, but it i I. hardly I breeds. J
-' ----r I 6th. -tie it Senator for all likely to becom. For one Indications are that many yean wilt'jpa.
ii'olterl a plan to M>* 4\ poit"i>n of the cost l of manufacture a Florida, ten ing common.
FRIDAY JUNE.. Z,.ltll1.. Iw.the city by seducing the force of menemployed 1 the b* t interest l of the great majority ;thing the community generally expect before this will be another indus 1'1 I

4 I and auangua for a definite wood con* 7th. It. a time honored Democratic custom '- try In which our tate and section take" (

W ay it' ,MK.. 'Wf, tract which va. claimed 1 *r the time to Irdvice the II' to accoid any' successful Senator second term. ( thi lead Tampa Times.

--- : :-,- luel cut caMMtkrably. Taking all this into eon ''Being,I more familiar with his duties and he routine ''not plan to pay out money as a reward I Politic, and political 1 fights ar* not .J'1

Dulkhead) LaU, .T lJ1(4+tgahgA.! (I-a.."."". it', would appeal that in 94| | and thej iconnetlfd theie.ilh, he can, render better service twho,for laxine or misdemeanor. A man ja part cf the program of The Tribune. :\
\ the co,t of production was l'[than'.in his fuss term and Senator could be "hired out" and thus ac- J
Igt's' us )tats evenhihei Bryan i is there but theM are times when we feel that A' ,
hi.uLee$ .ItAtesl' asset u' he1"a..III.. than it was in I?1 U. If thi i. true and we'brketv fore entitled by this custom to a re-election. Itoally bring money into the treasury, St. Cloud should say and do something .r I
.t it I be hown to b*. Iheany ,.. l jon account of his misdoings might ,' ,
--a 1-- can IS ".1 1 : :- Jin behalf of those who have been her ,
J. \Vade 1u kr ba I a pJaa loJ l rid the \lIh.a" \. '1< that ,t0,11( not gv higher in 'the nett Ere yean, \! :hare part of his wages paid to his family ;''friend' .

? of lot the cal the life rt'the l prp, rJ! Tucker contract a. if the
"-,- : t --- l\U tl i. viciatd *, at |Mv$eat> j I -: {la city or county to required to ..up.i !ha been benefactor to St. j

If he U YI""fl' the el liK, .cuiienl .cvtuuact' hewill Mr atay not bae a chairtnaa who will) give\ the I The Miami Spirit"-that'* _h t'ha.. made a i.port the families of all who were Jailedon (Cloud as well a great as the whole of Osceqla 1
t.l ia a |p.vIic's* ,Kvcairy out hi* ,..., ''plant the cline attealK that it need order toj j,city of bustling activity and of sound anaacial charge of vagrancy. that 'county When St. Cloud was founded
l treeig h from what was only ,a few back i l could be gotten oat of a man serving;
'-" ten-- icul dawn the P ".KH-IXMI ce l sad the agur stay I II year ''several year ago Arthur E. Donegan
\\Vik I' t: 'ttwrt beKi shaukl beanv chic othiag More than a trading post for Indian and a month or.two on tile road or .street
gt'ea to oa 't 10) e'ea $liXX) er mote per year. Under the / .. Clerk of the Circuit Court'of O* .?
""'.1''. I. K.i>. "U"< ) wt kIN>N be NtN. Tucker ctvaltact the tat can 'not gv, higher, than trapper [,wouldn't be worth a cent more than-hie]<1a county. His clone attention to ; ,

if the p toja1 I"-N aM."a. '$10.01,10 per yeas ualc the C'I,'* demand for cur I Ii The spirit that ha made Miami vJl make other ,bard.and watching,-Florwla TimeUnioo. *- }Jibe recod of his office hi. courtesy ." !

: sleet* gve$ over the p e eal capacity ,of 1 the plant.iviKwh cine, if, the people -ho inhabit other Mttletaej '!land affableness is remembered by 1 I

If y\>u ate a cattk ,....., it t uuu alt a CONbPY. I i* wON fulry tract a* moth a* u needed *vei -nU but unbtbe some of the _lhY5mt permeates .- In every eoojity in South Florida 'many who are now citizen. of St.

if yaw Ate ''If'Intc..t Jr.'Q w u(.rectbr la the at ceitaun pi cyt ot' t(he day Even at the that M'oe. cattle dealers are rapidly imprannjf I Cloud, but who were then making their

<, raltW ttua f brsuMrs& yaw t>lr alb. slvaukl AnradY Iwwe when the pJattt u called NB. moat Iwa.tty by Maim u now tpeadutg tea thousand doUars for heir breed, and wonders wilt be worded ', first investment in property here. I

Y t. "I'K" l.t ka IM l\.t.". h' bot twlt atIh1 caMSurness the tut) capacity u ever u* d. jxtbtwitv. St< aL>Bg of tbn great public fund in this important industry before Since that time Mr llonegtn has '

(:IeyshiMt CasMa ut k aaew.uet Mtot 1111..4J. t. It Iw" Alva tea voN that it t .the citv plant ., the \LaauVrtropoiw ears: fire years Not in years has to been largely ml Tented in the btifi- .

a J... Rah It >\' are a beW>ei Maati n.c r'\.La'ctv. cawed daN.. assi a>e viy lev* UIU, .ft, ortkr. "Tea lHouattd dollars .I f a. pubbcity. This i* the mach rntrTest been manifested in the ness affairs of Pt "loud. As such he

'w d. )till NAM, Ia A.It A,14 e 'k eattetr$ $ vl 1wu ,--tv. a au.tbr-r cst local |<*vf< e *>tt U be thrown ot<"o* ttqpA nua \>.iu.U be sassed for tkat purpose by tat prodartwci of beef cattle of the highest t-.. been idertifierl with all the move

yaar .haukJ ... wwep.1rrw ",. a .ni.r ,rs.aa 'rtmeetb IlK"" Nat gush tees at hu star aC
44. lAat A.l M bas slAted That h roll pre t tee rata aMtttttmaa EL C. RcMnth. Clot the city cwincJ. ass badly needed irtyttu by the orpanisa- every way He i in intereatd in the

. ,irwau, the ntv ,.., a.hl call as these t'.bo.1tW. sauteed .t Bujfal. The asse ed valwaCMMi lKlil lion ft Florida cattlfmen in Tam;a financial welfare of our city u president -

1 \. .,.. lhr'.atkaly: cvaul4Ete the r,t.ee4wcll . tct this b..tllLl .a.oC'IC'! Tw1erct -.r approximate ft-LXXVCVO.. staid Mr. Root ft. unlit the Last G ip nKa camira.1. cf our hank.

t Ndl lake stela h. ha.r tbe'ywa sl.eal sews! +etraca.. bedjt'i Ab ort "as .t e, Nth ,Aktjtiatd, ear and lb ,tv' the bbMKity tend rtd be dMbhe that Mr*. Potter Palm r u at present da \s a member of the State Senate hot

..t..t" A cwt'I s. da 'ot .at .tal..J 'C'\\, \\'. the co.tu.et4 soweersu' the era''"' rRt hr the of Ul war t'OClr'f great W1 (f attention to her has been ever willing and ready to do

+ .bol'CI .bQ slat U""UC"C'1.1. Ir t1uly e'.., .,h. to" s ",.{ test there art otha t'rrad:' +sb 'Faetr tr.mJ dLar' Jot t1ss :3 .ill be- ev S.eoX'\.a stack: farm in th* Mrakk/i whatever he could to further the interests -

IN'uarh1s1.1rz I. k.t also rtaen rive at +.Atrt .t."H utto tit .tt..r .jo..J.t terse It ert+t ma'stw pendad cntxr tee vjirwCtoA ct tae Ot-a.-*r ofCeauaaercef .tL.tnd Q. Masstee -iity. tav-g? re- of St Cloud
.iLsei ,1\., erwtiart It the .._II" r.e': .io I" i..ot woskas UI tvarranctaxi wyth the rJnJ eeethr! bnwis t m a arm r.7r l-er cffe. F:r then r"a'- a1 *. for I') ;bet'T

1 Ih. cRj NW b. PI.t ea..xttumva lio., : < \i- 1 : V. .ta rtrt ti- : st, ,o' -. "' AJI L ttr ee.-! ::te vt d'* c'ir' c\ *jac"t.! Prr* drnt E. G. ..4rfe grmfe Aogui rRXL.I Herefoni be!.. r**.or that hf. ha1- -"r%<>d hitf.*'rita
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1IoW1h..J I ulaaraf, iM .:flirt "tloC"+ Ale.i. tt ".. ,'1," t{ :t " .Iez 1' ... . > e t jl o1" t,* Osa-it-Wr at Ccatanrree. a.i resseJ a and letter, f trf.'1y a'dwa!'!)1. *" houl'i like t.>
t. ulta + tie ; : .a.t ".rlt nnwt
.at .I".It.'b.. oat jtrv .t G. Ftrv'MAyw d ruerasueu-.n tv tB< tvumii Last otjkt t .J : B.a..t5. sesxna ratt!; dealer .f *e. c>._ i':'ojd ard l h r ntizens, how
". : t-.t ,. .. J. asoaddyesseu
i. : any t. r e tit ei+9rr '; .
t" ctey s kw i eat the play our 1 K:.'taL:, er U& wet uli?.y- Moo f. their aJiP.' <:.ti'r Ir, :u' t!oft ly .
.4. h'.t-t euJJ
!tL I 'K4." .. vtrllr j IoIt tl.'l """"_," fate tr Vnt that t wti .V Oe the nos wort"no or JoN>ttm whet x .r'wr as theas.'aer the same as that of last rear tS.ugzs i'"toldeL.' .1 Bl-j.ll1.L. bizf, tl 4i, nasree. and "O11 to continue him a> State Senator -

puk.iM'tJI wit tk matt "I .1.,1.a u.f 1No 'ePtha ..iaeyL vt'ter' beee.3cn lave u.1I'I'I.: simiiarstrpa from the Nineteenth SenatonalPdr
Co&-tn j ctryl e4aet. Ajd east the ;rte erh attr4tatL -
.,tits Malt Vt lea vF karat &Ftng t'4ro.\H:1I vmtha. ts.rt, of which Ooceola county II a
As A qtw fYStew
Tbm 13 sae uJ" which hawntnree h.u "TW sum ft St.74) .iJi be'II. W. \1&! 5rw.a!
li..s straaj 6uat.ab.L tk has S.JI% 1d the w..J e.xI:1.j tite I.'toLJtId ham.jitiae JLanhvkiets For some cine tile atf
a tb. t.t C'-4U' .b N the Jihwrafeat t. hethem .
tyrMt; b be awa* n tve evian, SK723 for live -- - - - ----- --- - -- -- ------------ ------ - -------------------------

tats 9.t wrli+tts b. lvt+ts.'tis w tees 4),1. whoa orf"'h 4J pvrar \b T.cier .ilL be ua punae.'ft ear thwel..5a'i births art my* ioat in fLfftt colors a dtn1eekd a + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + caA> iatu. representing the p <>-

they set stutewt i W4 .wl IoN& tree $tc.rb tvc Ju bite wwkEvst 7'.11' 'iupiay m ianea nartW u.i tLTI + HL.\L TH AND f"OLlT1Cs. + pie favor a change, let them be honest -

,. 4. it bas iva4 lrte the t1wvrr ,i. ..N{ ,." < .. S'Ql lw FWoiii Rrtot ,t Ceeetamtsstut + + aid fearless in saying so. Make[ ;
this u. sot thc "lJWJn ..nt III t.a.ox yr toroe' .
.t ctttectly taeaswlts t/w.t the tAauk. Ii low tsuk5 ardreresrnj the ,Ue sad MLuu. 5f3iX' tor a + By D*. J. C. fW1.. er then tai the Voters what they believe .
tt.t aJJlbvut by am N-l+ h.i.rmrut
III vwvi ums
N1 swift sseaar as the rtralR ok .lat. -.tltc ta..A SII"1IclIri4.1K i caapasr.n No wluee the state eats.pduj's + Mate H kk OCimr.At t coati lie enacted into I Ii. to improve
law toM oaetteJ IPw a &m/o.rr vt 't4M- some tQkrpctttti
h shoe ,tee sotto Arne iwrtulrnti1t1ASat aN S. torn aLtgntine s>SrerOraj + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + prri eo>ditrons in the heatlh states -
svcumee ip bsee.tV.t IttI .w wwk1lar. .It .b.Ii rormnb her wrjt a sntd.Ls P-ll..NJ: 10'11"lr
ktbW..l hvE tI overeat prtawt a.&ri rLra qJ pnavte tMe Tye' h.s bee, rCe eet om, Cifa .Jf"I't t.t s El 41. ewe'L tit* moa wen b fcitLuntV Ch.n- irst thIII 1 1"'JQ. may say th ire tf Florida
{ puss bet .i Cmn/ resuiroi IIi tit no rnitnircui booct t-w-k. but r.--JOi&' State Board of Health has
lit w- a .e. MH We csq qJ hmainnnT ds ..11 1H. aily aseurytf that Ii' i "rnasae show. 010 Ky J. erv*. nasvrace a i
sea Rf1.e* ben 6v+1 h e. p.oge.ntreoeas fl sPA ,Iran ba hep hum he .t hip 1Vis smmav to Caul re tet his pfo l teJ m Mama -i s one IK'S there lust tiK ease eiriror BX baser tnaBatai in M sruig the eo- '

,+a .ww'l k govern fiaak shah an ih Jj ,11. IW .ww.t I lit tnvwv t If'I'Hb"ci) that the Ever' I .f ob e Tiwdhrlt ciCmzees riter Share [ 'ns.immee lase Fluruiu.Cn. a..tzwt fcjvar xif JgTalatar of

et .btsA w 1Q h. a4 aRteJlr' AJvyolt.fl b_. ". cuss -t. MlpdJ. .Jjrdt vpardbes big radio/ atLau&itmrrt. to Mate this mom woo> fc* bctmen. one qf Pies r fasr3 A* mnirft U sash mm and wear .II"I. Kk.rak.Biatwr of Laws,

i i ir. :1&1ItH.( h+.r 1M ft.. pr.grtassaa daIwm. sar'i r .ttlo.t :. Tusks a 1. her(,, we bop that elM may v.e o a ia rtacm unnc .I ore's se[lft1t-th1fT wont sacztd.e e-h.e soft anal otuelftih object is to
,It- plalnnurg be mart oa F.inaemmee. Tae n Itrsnsrec bee endtmu+sna a t&.a bb beeesanipFe 'IF .mad pee7mal1 C'IIGLf..r ami cwrveaaaMe feel!jj wurve the public health. These

hers h.un ,1Q groin amt 11 make a oty grew. i r* err tb* fcaaisf Lake Te& the r ttj rml gaud.a+ Wceou ie srseen i laws have been the results of years
a, lhst Gm tt Clerer "
naricatl x 1Nit lwJloo.. :Q rpe\a,5gn ID.-a wittiraJI _. VLunii iuaggetabac ft flee steely of the condition thatthey
hm t r* m.Ef salT molt* laws (sad 1r aefaece
tsaslf as linut 0i' Eltrrtfus an l.' tc" men cib.1)i;'w'lU1'.Jk. we tram get a Uttfe .I the .SJLiau spine we cam atl '' them)[ >y with tae greatest good feel .D to remedy. Some of these ''IlaW'S

.Q. ) , ag", tithe I'YPi ,bcroelt.ccsaaamwa'\ ...,i' ;t unattdamTmuarsr2bu7.; ;" nssn3 .,bsiiTTiflntj .xesa I&mCSI"I"|il"l gtt. aneadi am-c the cttt *,. Ilr FU. ';1:the greatest vont&er sno9 be nil "I are practicsJly dead because they .I

. "" tlfaurfiAllGwbisRe.i\ ) + I Via the spirtii b a.'dty be nea&2 dli l I' beuaedta.pers won't' bit" 1ra.,1 Ise"gnerally enforced The
e, -1M"'tt& ''T" "Ttiea td j 6ii (,.\.a.Ito'I,' fl4UrtJ :'I i,6ii+tusi;ihvarmairssfa., L,ring ,inltti meaaa can Ii.m. : Sta i RmMottieng'clothcd> with _,
tQrm daaitj t3eg .
t f die TuUJaairdl stiJjoCc* o' Mamil Bauldin.rlJ nuttatlap- ,
; C1t.s_ 9i f u.wngre. sprine iJ rlt io 6 nrsastint +' tmprw" Il mans" n : +ewitI reteettt authority 'is tJ
7' 1101 its brisk eperetlsms +ata cfiacactev sow on en sca&tsnrta gaHto etn .mtb." powerless <
eG the wbc..t e h 1t..1I hn : be- some Cff iron trnprurrS a Dix gouut '
\ 'n- IIAA .r. irrr IalbIJ S1i% t'U public 1di'q operanona., Dar yard > orrdur (lfirtlf amt sgrea.ffnaa f ljnor- the observance of these laws
there ;
..u th1A crud write rl1..lL \luI1C'XItnIOt y /11W11. let s 5U111tn.u oLI"'t oohs uttttir ; if'
\fhaia.arec"ue Vk ., E"t. 'en 4. 4VIr-_ liar s star" the :;ewes, tw W oi>.viutinymtm ; w.'f e srtJ.lAV,: : unpraiemeno pJamwdl sm..5OOJ'OO'. asham. -a. amt alarm til* law Intecenee p..r..ef teyoad the power that be-

** -- --- our namaoblt. upW.e tour the averse 'II leur total Ii $9. COJ>WlFijfur 1Iu IlrotJtcl chit am ftfturftacnmw they '1IIC'tU'> vitucT to bring no-

OsceuFa cQgr, y 1. Kweurtntms prasne 'la theMt 's s. pr. Ja" !It- would I71"tb..bJr
orltinanaf W tJ11l\ .a.t lags b" dtu ada.nbeing runt muse. That p.'V' parod 'IiIJO qr S pl'uer wu t aepvMtxd) ia the bant .i iUiamu 1 SJ.4W.O' < ?. the cvmmumt\r ,:'t":1.moH 'cf.lJto sJrai.5tratie otIi aab.

I 1fltsn4IA. a+eli CuJt Rsilredr CIXI'fH" tha now I.c I.. ._. Wcwi'if' that Iho .ql'th 5nrthmg no, hehinvnore Thin( was art, i incpwa* o/1/ 3.iJCX-OJ1 veer the amount: Laws are of aa juLrtnrM/ujr raw f .ervt: repeatedly .it has en-
they are sot mt'irmL <&Uiraa.. few beurg built I'NnrJ l..tcao1nal.tlII. to ") tr.t reran II- ate city tJt mol pnrpergi .1tUt' C' 90 depvesh one rent prevuniB.TSoC
.i :i/< jt to enforce the laws
what the VKdnu .t.I..all't duel Tnil a pig" in the itafiifio Tit.s. e power
4IMbeaeNeI: H"tn1..J n hot deR.poila Vf, f aks '9 the / uv1&rt e n1..1 brv-tf relit from 11I1I
there fast thu 'Il
i wo-.uJf. feet S+tstJ." ..A oM (MIl/on "Ou vsu Carry wppo.e that doe fui.iittr Nltb'qd. ,. t: we have a littic KJMtunmee ,pint jf the 'If pretattnn h' puss,: 5uwtrr.m.a or"',_ .a.--d i i1U"'f
pie and nu public jifUoib inaffwith t us complaints
t ItaneM that 11IxiJy d'lfIIVINromb_ tow o&t'J" 'u tur/uMi f the curfottt ant{ pump the; water aC the oiminiKCrvcun if
> u.vf lit '.
4 1 sob cl4 Qk ttls what iL. tn tu ndnuhtctur it. .
I s.caun country 4tUJ fNu4.1 .t radar i I. itww cvalinn r ity T"IM' Sun
th. nif+ic tu ;hiwltuch 'IllIn ihu.J ,Litt t >sis co-operation am.nK. _
w ; i Itts cbmbtadnue .I- cheap rbnye. gvuJ Could gsnd. IQlim..r. ( 1b..1i soil) it < tu payroll Uk. thai:3': Wb -; -
+Mst* arts IuInot paatllras oanol1 own in ixter hat & many nTima: are likj the .nnwnnia Warm. II Stan, tour Los baUnunne; 111Ia bot1) lit ate sasses Jisr ;Jl'e. that .. OTuJiL TC* Il_ that Vfr Tuckar 5r ifwir we hear the remark that the young ., 'Il'p
.iuiUH iu< n.r. and share 'If in 'Ikaumpvt :1J 7'OJll'Icy m the state .t nMn
tsiatA Two dO tin and fur KuMtinmand oh today d Ii.. the oppartontties of sueraa 'i
uvuAOe are IHNW -OM hrwtn tit It ami a wanttrr wen mora Then > not thane tu their ..uirru: to wan i 5pyr5IZ t. tW fact that h5 I +itltt"
apt .
ernerwide camtwwa }Hoai&t bejtti tw duets. ui/ the :1 he 4Alung ,I. thrt I h. he Iuwed Fir sore the .< thut m rftai. the careers of met in day, piut.In power Q ff thu uupiu whoaluvtuii alum i'IS not 1)1tJ ..s' asset 11\1 the i'Mtdh'' +

-.JQj. *t&b*. tl is tjoixf QounOnx, fur IKIHA. Thin.ttte. 41L' .erne rnunayt m W dwi>&. br quotvaa ettnact bvnir ta tituur plavea.Ib :tl I the +dMal |._.''II ee eoll ipaetreetl.

+ pteti a C//oApttVQea; speGe lit to pie hum a bunt. tQteI1ab ah a pltmt whedtwuuJtt the wrmoni of the Rr Robert Stuare WacArthur. i at niwntaat then nnt mOlt >>. wV wilt ,.,.,,I'l\lw.I1'I Mn.lreassert .
& SIMiayl isaye [ , anJ' them rail !like that anHidemni anti fanraiu. who spoke U fiailowkr
v shtwidoatira t marry pMe a pay : 4 n'. glw.-.I m. arRmi ait will Utipuiucu m-: : a..t atxree.lyiy t'osu," bet f
t1.uJ. aresmra ate would b. larger far helve rd the wJn hire attains! to meaftut
1p cvuntwsou it tikaiy wan one we tans mom tniligend i Sir the pith hit <-i ni. they j i..thus fact after IctUM, ss welt .* bifucw'sad i '
taken the lowest ad th aixmndlVr begs who. BaiL chaocs. 'VbaC
fitpues war fame ware once n :
who will "
; may t>e entirely bv_. tats i if tttuy hers the weltaveun.L
W R. Carton amJ.Rr'R Tucker inlorovtml (IW.nJ tail ,, had Thomaa tale and: Hii h fuller ae-
: a ll.1 umW the firm i Is m chance are' !nfnupuit ami uant ,ir- ./'t 4 Hip healthftth l..' at Iholt' motto'
t .5111. ok Car'It"> What: chance had! Faraday the sum 3 e.ska ql FltrndM .Jitur him half f l H fa building SinQUO rastdtnicv .,of blacJiaonthJO What chance had: Humphrey "
JUtI..Ii.m ami husnaa.ttsanala war I.i hold alfJi u tt IB a intCy Baud nW) i| bees as they h"I.ll''IoI.i a1TI'4* .
r % ti..r Qf the JackMmvie '. anti im ui. tu- melee this nty !his p rmanonC honw. ]parr ae an apprentice at an. apothecary t What vQt r- own htmiwif anal his negrtAue. : -. \

Tb. 1'ztllo.I C( jinn t j prof the He can- and will ,intnraat other capita] hen Let' ,chance Kadi Eyipler aa waiter in a German. hotel t )> tDo see that hutI 11tlC'I JuJwc l has sheetd i u a'>IK SIN' n'HN'

yt in mini them- back into the fold. TWwta help him >Q heap Kl..umn1 What- chance Copenuow as the son of; a\ Polishbaker1 and auitiicy aummi inuni raw A hsoeet.IntunillnipniC H\\K' IM' N'1' rUtI"
ia( hmnvkni 1 What aharme had tincoitt' a* a rml- pJitten. t tami i
i' 11111awQQ wme tM>onty-" n rear'seg ? pz.Ilrt.etrv \.1 Host l,'etata 1'10'II' h.ri wiAluee'
bit 1llnssral C'WfIlt' & RUe.el'amt cwnvki&teJ'I MttfA' r. BaTAI'k FOR CT.. 3. S23ATO& .or Gariieitt a* the ;y sorer of a canal1! hone? WTierr here lit i iiita so muuh Du- bwfinm r-r" July' i'1 eelty I \4&a.t, '11. hwni.t .

44 .t gvetitwuusJx, bit. them until ". 1913 1 1 when thaw .._ sire thinks at the diaairVantatpaF af (Elihu. . ispiuranue oa GramIt "r ins s. j I fells Will then t. rylrutwl' to th.uM
sWirafl i in, (russet Qb Cavf e X .Vt-Cto+liut.. wW came Before another ,..c:of the Vailey. .Cazettopnntad j i i.'.< appraaalB what Ethan Everett: aotdl of him; i. taw duty of aver, 'frlllwilt ear tn- I: -'IC' tutus, sail| w.e I. W Fw a.slgiaw

r'+ ', ? ** Tofkka from, (ituliuid.. It was umJenrfuuJ i tridtX the rotors at" Ronti by. thar balloiftwill ''II1' 1 Ie amni hi to amW anat who line had W mnf oppoiMutitie *- fijHii tamwtlf aa to the .ictafiuUt PI ."-- J> sawwthtag 10\1 thai' (Mail whlettasst k

b1Mlsna L rteQ Kinwwil+l h: iw'er %ctu uly I rot hi.vaU vtJ.d' wHu, 1et. aJfian inail W Oicon)*. I for education hang h. head- in shame""Let ry aanditlaCa inr otflw txrw! nWihvoith not rQrty i'okse y. lit.11 first t

4 L Gaquittb.ti tbctt" vwuterahup q the ropvr&IJ now cvunty will dose h. aifican- and wail play her ourjMnurff; mew steep whimnii because of mutaun if funijit, Every i bet witl, svluafy 'ill aaaw"' ,. K.

tAM they. h*_ t)4ti! a rest if aJinnnC three veart pert m rite lm.tiufr vf state uific r 'timer t *adt<,anta 05v, and! begin httmr in damn oaniiidatB- from aapironta fur the gv- I[: ".IlSretye. ,1.1. Mgelit fW' the ttN("

ilea B> > en0e tINt trW they null return tu titmr ftn* Wo- have taith in the rnteiligenae at the --rtoT mrrresf. Luck ia> a fool. pluck ie the hem. EeC tonamhip CD chum who anO tu. !IN'i,I.V4/11.' .t "Yeats P" CN.tiw \1Vvtaavs,,

lit+i. witfh p.ewei energy ant} nihueiitem. *W- Qi' our cut.ll1t, W* beii_ that the will choowwni u catch, the memin: of 9iakmpaarravardlt whtarie unimuthia should b. .wiwti Uo 1u.'ltsre 1It'lh that ivw twos .11" versa

1 'M thorn: a'l; the HICC_ they} 10 "tniy iesnrve. and; well W II' also feed J thur they will show 1 ranand u* that: the fault i i. not ill"* our .starav but himself in. public oaurannu an. hwe.ICtt II IImatturl. trsnrs be $Mateat VHM the rNIM' tl.tttr.1f .

a natural pmj in caotimr their ballot- for Nathan ,i o .&}" that see are undedimja. Kadtjhuulij' errs wft chjnr | are <' to.tIII'' tw I thus

1 IIIU TVCKS TO BRLF WSSIMMBS. 1? Bfjuur for United: : Slates Senator, who ha aitvay1 tb admsnitr sttan .t pile v 114 be heat that they he )'luwlyd
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beer ouitMJef if Otcooia county V contribution- to, .U s wiiiEThe H aitrt Oapartxnenlv in bin lOtn;".ir.t ;. \"YII'1... MiaA the

t- e-sic t ) the upper hou. of the nation'* lanH bodrTW -: halF hum _:'. amt wftuthoeor i shoat saaiuls retrel twAas eM.41t hephals.e.W

: other cagard nILdat_ for the- high pimUcnr re- lefts Harm RbtinchikE had pmte< on m. not ha willlnifr suit will. when betw.est the I'\'tII1t at the Les! I

javr ft
'.M 4dl 4fl th.leers L $, ( off,the facts that; he- now rosacie in. Jackaoowll -',ulOiaer.Maintaim. I rues uijr the QmiVBtiani sfttw pizbTeDi 11 lqoJIII hat paerwtaunfssv .

nai that . Qtr Qp Ic to. roan>p f fzRzt *- and! Ha* beem % reaufantt of thai citjt f fornranp 1Ieerr : ill statBb. TSiarw sftuuhfiHar Here Ii ..,hieg. seal gMthe.e, alitvgwh

+ltm RaNQ fix' tJht "CutW 5t:. C'. m-I'' T;Mot' pedt him, tin erryr this ctmnty 03* I"Brr i intee/itfr aai a saxxecE tfainvrEjajdeyr I idfng: wnria ttyoandldWM i ti's1i Aaw phsat fve.t wilt he bo.t ire.aute .

i b w hk fnrldb .n sort, eM+ Smree. t tar snow. at b wQaz111f w. ant; oonfidaatt that tb.uri zoam tina wnlL.P wn-- tb* Hsstltfe nC tfaa state- eaa II' the "C'-- be tipeej .

IsW !ajmfi wltran ooalt ewwt IIM* thane 1110. !QAa wIQtt. il pediiar t*, aiuiifaeiyL. p hiy} Be madar user nan* off exrtlaiim1 'IiInt tabwa thehe leant i is r lMY'0A ttAag a

t 'jfttt ywwtwhk&v Jua the prK > q< eta< in, th* radon I Irr n. Nadtam i Pi Bryrn! Ctt& Jf doasia.Cnurtyba j hrLfse m tsarasa ._ err influeuiau IE1 titer B inia ofAe i iEft. can W .*t sL n- t.ii.wgweawreMSOaa

; Os* Qi b anM i q.M caCMtI a4 old baiawfi tb* fnUttwiftK bid in rri .awopMt and! fir trw He avfiaax none tnan act you mQjr esLa arse ddw.ttadua6 w .Q th..wi1 tihhe IQeA.

'."a ti. a "_ tpwsn I tlr.c. oli fhR fAGfp itt thaJIajj- Caz tt adt&k it* appm.: ,. aar tttr Hasdttti 4 parOnannttowgxi '

; ; . & ti1ri1 nl--.Jj Qimtr k .llh hurt aa ;I ,wk rtesQltfdl *llx' itgle s'k Ronorh, offzte.lagt : ltlyaei'till Ga."ss. | { Its jirasgivsaiw aniHt&n mains &e.ledlpf ..odvil h. thl 'Wwt

11 CtIriJ..WtLb1 ear Ilrsatinallir$6TMt lit IusgIiult Srat.f i f r..i.a3ia.a 1 1ll.sur D IIIIiIt r.U.m ttgiss tItifas.e r aasBSHgMBOTttt 1 nC mince titan ttaaesrf ..atiuek sad a11ess tbt t' otet+r. I""hhCIta I.m

ltltl? WJMftnartnumalii ,,. dig +fln te.5e i isasr.ars r1r.a..nB..I 4Fne2";IW Ui.JI--- hasm.isliAStlatii.ICsffoettimt1 .! u4 ebyarem 1tDee.ottyo
u'jk1/e t11.Nt twiauaJ : fII Itttt.. : } ra.I f rise eb j jI jI aiu.eowtttfctln. lewdd.t, Dr ft* thes erla .

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uiY FRIDAY, JUNE 2, lilt. .

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months. A large number of vegetables'Igrow I cry. Under. old methods when. **ep !mended-will.\ improve the fertility of will pay to spray even old tree latfc*
well'during the summer and:coloration was practiced it was not such places. Some farmers'hare obtained larval '
stage it Is svsmall
caterpillar;, .
Agricultural News Notes everybody should least some advisable to plow after. the tussle had good results. by, lowing,.und rgreen which live in which It 4reproand' ,
o>(; them: i appeared. vegetation daring the rainy sea .
FURNISHED BY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Prof. Floyd says that field corn' -However\ shallow coltlrmUoa can be son. Kainit 600 pounds to the acre, is a* It feeds on the leaves. This

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE planted at Intervals of ....ra1ta! don much later. The best tool with also recommended If it obtained. pest will be found on the under aid

r, will &'IYe'routlnc ears during most which to give this last cultivation is ,These 'are the methods practiced by of the leaves,' whore.It'at. the' UDder
I PEACHES- MAY NEED THINNING. pure blooded animals which of the summer. The corn with white adjustable weeder. The narrow some of the best farmers hi regions surface and the middle, leaving
they I
II. kernels is preferred by most people be used. These tools should be where this trouble1' occurs. the upper surface only. -
I brought In were from above the quarantine Okra is a, true hot weather plant run very shallow. Late cultivation will J.. R. Watson entomologist to theUalYe..ty

In many section of the'.tat.peach- line and some of them died. and,with proper care will bear all sum not Are the corn unless it is deep LEAD. ARSENATE KILLS of Florida Experiment Sta.

e. were killed but In others List! crop Not more than dozen men In.the I mer. The aphis or plant losers, trod.blesome enough to.cut the roots- i PECAN 'CASE BEARER lion recommends spraying with lead

1s to set. more fruit than they can ma- whole state dared to enter' this pie- but can be controlled by the TASSELING CORN HEEDSFERTILIZER'TO I The pecan case bearer ts one of the arsenate. Use one pound,of the pow-t

'Jias .et. The tendency peach-Use.4yture. peer field, but now that the,.- have use of tobacco extract;;' enemies of pecan. groves' that shouldbe der or two pounds of"the'past to 60

C. K. McQuarrie state agent shown what can be done in improveing The eggplant another hot season MATUREThe held in check.: While it is not so gallons of water. The powder is better .
; ', for the University of Florida, Exttn. native cattle others will follow. plant and is very easy to raise. Peppers critic*! period in corn i is when destructive to old trees. young, it because* it la more uniform. ,,
r aion Division, suggests that the peach- are about as easy to raise as It bunches to tassel. That is when it
.. Purebred live\ stock has come stay. -
e4 be thinned wherever there arc too i 'to. ..eggplant and are cared for In about the needs plenty of food to''mature .its
The scrub steer will pass .boner or C A. CARSON.; President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary.,
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:many on the trees. Sometimes it will same manner. lowers.. C. K McQuarrie state agent .
+ be lIeOe.sary' tako off one-third or I I' There are several types of beans for the University of Florida Ejton-
.Some work remaini'to be done however

i half. that adapted to the alon Division Waters &' Carson
a ,to obtain widespread. results with are summer garden suggests a top dressingof The .
will give those fruits such both bush and'climbing available fertilizer.
Thinning: remaining henllmprovem t. John M.Scott, animal -I/ as pole lima some quickly .
a better chance and they will and the old fashioned butterbean From 150 to 200 pounds of nitrateof 'J
Industrialist to the University of
be more valuable than twice u many Florida known as the slays bean,. that soda to the acre will be found efectlve. .
Experiment Station. mentions
smaller fruits. Those which are left most: came from South Carolina.. This should be applied on Grocery Company
h some of the imortant: Do not '
should be -on the main branches I Almost every garden contains sweet fresh soil. Cultivate with some shallow -
be-I oventock the range but give the gi-aul I
a chance to become better established ..
bin food thosemain of ; If used fertilizer and work the land Immediately -
on avenues ones early slips are a '
provide dry forage or ensilage to tide Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
sap. much earlier crop can be had. By afterward to incorporate the
animals through winter buy good
.. When the fruit has been picked it breeding stock, to encourage; men to d'sending to some grower who makes a nitrate of soda with the soilIt is
twill be advisable to prune the trees of business of raising slips for early best to apply the fertilizer: in the afternoon
raise breeding animals do not mix
all broken branches, water sprouts and i markets one can have potatoes in June- because the moisture will con-
blood or use grade or scrub sires andabove
useless wood. This will usally. give all eradicate the tick. 1 The triumph and jersey are two of the lense instead of evaporating; as it
t renewed: growth.TO 1- early types of sweet potatoes., would in the morning and dissolve
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DEMAND REGISTRATION PA. During the hot months a mess of some of .the nitrate of soda. immediately 1...0 .. 0....0 . .. . .. 0 . . .
MUCH CULTIVATION greens'sometimes tastes good and a 0 .. >>
PERS WITH PURIfy; BRED STOCK planting of collards will satisfy this WE SELL: WE BUT .
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HAT 0 .
\ Registration the
papers are '
admit much HIDES
The fig tree will not which the purchaser has FARMERS : r"
Cultivation should be Unproductive places in'corn fields GRAIN
tampering. *
that the animals he buys are pure.I ;" FURS .
practiced only until the young trees: RAISING MORE HAY may bo enriched by growing legumes 0
bred. If he Intends to rals* purebred I FEimUZERS .
tare well rooted. Certainly it should and adding green manure. A. P. WOOL .
stnclc: he does not want animals of I .;
ii' 'not'be done after the tree begins U> I Florida farmers are becoming more Spencer, district agent for the University SHINGLES .
in his h rd.
questionable per centage and of of Florida Extension 0 AND . e
': Star or after it is two years old. It more independent imported hay. Division
Then too if a man bred
pays pure ORANGE BOXES. .
q will usually have become established ;They are not only raising more hay reports that there are many fields in
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prices he wants all\ the benefits whichgo ALL
'lat' but they are holding it on their farms the state which contain barren places. 0 a
Ir !Iby that time whether or not it with the hlgherprice. There is no| ORANGE WRAPS .
:fruiting. doubt that registration helps to sell to feed. The last report of the Unit- acme harrow and the sweep may also 0 0 COUNTRY

(, 'C. K. McQuarHe state agent for the animals. j ied States: Bureau of Crop Estimates These may be a few yards across or 0 VEGETABLE CRATES O .
./ University of Florida Extension Di- gave the amount of hay on farms at may contain several acres: Unproductiveness 0 0 PRODUCE a'
A. P. Spencer district agent for the 0 O .
t 'viaion..recommends that a heavy mulch Univcrstiy of Florida Extension Division | 4,000 tons that the amount on hand at I, is due to coarse open sandor 0 0 0 . .

, be placed under the tree as soon as purchasers of purebreds 15,000 tons, May 1. This is larger by i insect injury by a small worm to 000000000000 000 000000000 00 .
cultivation is stopped. This should extend :- k to urges demand the same period for several years. The limited areas in soils similar to thesein I

out as far as the roots go. As before registration the animals.papers Sev- I, tons on hand May 1 for the last four Florida.No We tell field and garden seeds* of all kind

the tree grows the mulch should be eral instances they accept have been | years is-1915, 9,000; 1914, 11.000; experimental data .on control of, Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. r
reported recently Florida far such conditions available. A seeding Free in limits. 'Phone No. 12.
? increased. It may be made of saw in which stock with 1913 7,000; 1912 7000. are delivery city \
grass, cane bagassee or any. Rood the assurance that men the bought papers wouldbe mers fed about 80 per cent of the 1915 of cowpeas or velvet beans about We are county agent for good<< fertilizer Ask us for circular and pnwon

mulching material and should bt fouror crop of hay. twice as heavy as ordinarily recom- fertilizers. +
"as soon as they could be .
five inches de p. obtained." The breeders have the [ C. C. (Hare field agent for the Bu- '
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c, in calls attention to the
money and the purchasers are still reau Florida r
I.. BETTER CATTLE CAN BE waiting for the report for May. The per centages cof n
papers. I
RAISED IN FLORID registration in good faith! \ and rtill not practically all crops except strawberries WALL DENIES EMPHATICALLY THAT r

.. regisnrtion in good faith and still not are low. Field peas are placed at ,f

1 A few years ago the idea of improving be able to furnish it because his records 76 per cent of a normal crop. All vegetables ..
.,. native live stock be and staple crops are below 75 )
" was pooh-poohed- may at fault. There will be I
Cattle raisers thought that the Florida per cent of a normal crop and some are
some cases, however in which fraud
coup! not be improved profitably. Is intended. One .5ft or below. Dry weather is blame 'Y
steer need have no fearin HE IS PARTY TO MOVEMENT TO'MAKE
Then, too, there was little incentivefor dealing with a reputable breeder. for the poor condition of these crops. n

stockmen to build up their! herds

under'open free range conditions. SUMMER GARDEN VARIES DIET LATE CULTIVATION nt

There have been a few men, however, MAKES BETTER CORN i 1

I who believed that improvement could Why not plant a good summer gar Late cultivation increases the corn TAMPA OPEN PORT FOR CATTLE
, be made profitably. .During the last dent Many people Thin vegetables\: yield according to C. K. McQuarrie 4

fifteen years they have demonstratedwhat cal to raise summer in state agent for the University of Flor-
can be done by bringing in good Florida. W- L. Floyd professor of ida.Extension Division. The average '., .

, blood. horticulture in the University of Florida farmer usually stops plowing corn too

These men Lave succeeded in the suggests gardens to furnish a variable soon. Mr. McQuarrie suggests that It
'A''ur Jiiface,of discOu gementa. Many of the! diet during the .' hot .summer be contniued until the silks begin to FROM CUBA AND S. AMERICA $

3YplNad.9t.M'11dY.VAi&'u li. ?u, M,,,,.. e. race.. a ,

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t. It has been reported by those opposed to the 'candidacy of Perry *

\ G. Wall for United States Senator that ,he is a party to a plan to make, are

. F Tampa an open port for cattle from Cuba and South America. .' r

. ,. I E. L Lesley, one of the prominent cattle .men of Osceola County and

'Ui5' ... ._.. Chairman of the Osceola County Board of Commissioners, wrote Mr. Wall

It is a matter of record that .........- ..

I' whenever the Florida Citrus ...--. I.:. regarding this report and received the following telegram, which, emphatically

.': Exchange has been marketing t. F. ra denies the report.

: at any period of the hipping'O..pooC :':"" ..

", 'season more than half the citrus -' r_ .."K
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fruits going out of Florida, '. .....,.... ::;:-_ UNION
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: prices have been ;..
generally '
,I -.; satisfactory: to the growers.Thin .--''-''''.*_..rLS.v' : ,. ........ NIGHT LETTER lr

i ..< ; rrs irStiSng;; more -It....".:. ". *t THEO. N. VAIL, PresidentRECEIVED

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.' of what the Exchange' ,' :::

f : 'I.. 'could do all the time if it were, f :.t... MILTON FLO MAY 27
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:' = : snot join the Exchange for at .4.
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I'I' fo 4. 'JUST Rfiaiivifi Yofi ft FAVOR' TWENTY FOURTH ,
least ... TAMPAAN
one season and help it =: =-
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tnnmtttititifi ii i fit 11 ff i ,* * *'* ' **"" '"". ; 'i FJYer'folder which I handed you re.
} BAND CONCERT TO BE I cently. ,
Notes I certainly agree that Kis.

: ;$ Society .$' GIVEN SUNDAY ip. M. HONOR MEMORIAL DAY : INCLUDE KISSIMMEEWhen shown simmee on is of Ichedulea'tO enou.h; importance and to front be-

(Mattie Belle Harris, Edit"" .) Florida. ''Our line does not issuo the
O., 0.. HOWARD POST AND SEDG- the next Dixie Flyer Route folder that I handed you, however, I
41 I 5 The Kissimmee Concert, 'Band under I folder Is Issued it will make some men-
CIRCLE HOLD referring letter to Mr. J. At .
b made te all patrons f.t tie Valley Gazette to send items Shear this from am
Request .
the leadership of G., M. SERVICES AT CEMETERY'AND tion of Kissimmee. comes Von Dohlen F. P. A., N. C. & S\
the Editor' for publication in cola I '.Jr. will give' its usual, the following correspondence, which is
of SecietT Events'\ r, these mi. ouso, , Sunday MAIL whose line gets out tho folder in AT: HALL, BOTH ON 30TH -
,, afternoon" concert, at 4 o'clock., A splendid AND selfrexplanatory: tion, with the earnest recommendation

.......... . -t-'O'O'OIO'O'He', '. &. lias been ON'SUNDAY PRECEDING -The Query.May that Kissimmee be accorded represen..
- .' - - -. - - - - - - program prepared and a 19 1916.
TALENT TEA.Mrs. ., BIRTHDAY P'ARTY.' large crowd ia expected to hear U NATIONAL DATE. .. ., tation .in \the next issue, and I feel ..
; lion J. H. RafTerty ,
sure that he will do the necessary,
The fame of the band, which is now National Memorial day was observed Jacksonville Florida. / ,
Mrs. J. 'Z. Ro- Frank Bryan entertained : numberof wrote you recently relative to the
G. a .
D. Wagner,
one of the best in the state of Florida,. the G. A. R. hall and at the cemetery, Dear Sir: In looking over the '
; berson and Mrs. L. H. Ingram will entertain friends Monday evening atthe, houses 1 Tuesday by appropriate cxercfajs: at schedule of the Dixie Flyer Route. service to St. Louis account of !1te' -

,. the Talent Tea in the class his parent.s,1! Mr. ahd Mrs. F. C. has spread. to turrounding'towns and a At 9 o'clock the morrtbois of the OO. which you handed me on ,yesterday, I Democratic convention, and I will I be>
'rooms of the Baraca class this evening,, large number of automobile parties are Howard Post and Circle mentioned make reservations this train
:' Bryan At the party were Misses Nor- th9 Sedgwick do not find Kissimmee any- glqd to on

.\ from 7/J0:/ tijl 10 o'clock. Everybody mu Griffin, Viol t.1uI10ck! Ada Louise'',, expected to visit the city during the of the G. A. R. and their friends |I where. You mention Tampa'', Lakeland for you.: Yours truly, -
Is cordially afternoon. their hall where Sanford Palatka and
gathered at automobiles Orlando, ,
Ii '# Simpson, Hilda Griffin, Dot ondJoe.Makinrfon : I J, II. RAFFERTV, '
!f. TEA PARTY. had been provlded'w carry them j Jacksonville but no where at all does ').
u ---- May Whiteman, MargaretLee asaoaaa + aaaaaaaaa j to the cemetery. The ritualistic service I the name of Kissimmee appear. Are District Passenger Agent.

;l Mrs. S. B. Aulman and Miss Elizabeth Lucy PierceCarolyn Frlpp LilJian < was impressive and was the work |,we not of sufficient importance to he -. JtOTICH TO ClIKIUTOltS- ) '

charmingly entertained at tea, Harris, Mary Singletory, Muriel fr AMUSEMENTS., ''of Mrs. May Grave Ellis, bugler for l listed: on nil schedules loading into or '
j' IN Till ('OLHT <)f TIIM ( ()LNTY
:&' Friday evening too following guests:'j I Prentiss, Mabel Ovcrstrcct, Grace Gil- aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa the Circle. ]out oI'FlorldaYour ? J I1 111I.J. IN AM" Foil <>ft4JK<>bA.f .
5i Miss Myrtilla Beats. Miss J.,Carver, bert Upon their return to the hall, a early reply will greatly obilge C'OIIN"! Kl.UltlltA.
Margaret Stanford, Mamis Pilley
'>> Christine Ivey Miss Susie Spear I juntiful luncheon was served, followed Yours truly, In tae In.tler> co f tie !?.(... of Ifarrr .
Milt '. .
and Raymond Bearden, Dick and Ned \\ 'I'hurman n..d.To
Manager Gus Beal has closed the
f and Mrs. Henry Aultman. jby I exercises participated in by Mrs: C C. A. CARSON.The all CrrdltnrB eicatopii. Dlitrlbu-
.. Bullock,Edgar and Frank Bryan, Walter Lyric theatre for the and all other person having
{" . summer {o F. Thrasher, Mrs. D. Wheeler! Mrs. Answer. 1r"lIan; :
demands against
w Bass, LeRoy Lesley William Arnold alaentatu
SWIMMING PARTV. transferred all of his features to" the i IS. W. Thornton and Mrs. F: J. Van Jacksonville Fla. May 30 }916.Mr. of HarryV.. Thurma-n. deceased -
Henry Singlctary. Stratton Story Graystone Casino, which is much late of OHCPOla County Florida to
Duser. C. A. Carson, the undofHlRiiod Administrator of aat J' Misses Mildred and Ethel Lee, their Bradley Harris, Bert Wells, Charlie comfortable during the warm weather I Song Columbia, Victrola. within two years from the dU.h..r'of. .
Pres. State Bank of Kiisimmee .
I attractive guests, Misses Lurene Carlton Regero. and Murray., Overstrect.. He has again secured the Mutual Film | Reading-"Origin of Memorial Day,' Kissimmee, Fla. I. You and each of you, are hereby
and Zola Langford, of Arcadia, service and prices will remain at 5 and notified and required to present any
.t Mrs. C. F. Thrasher .
SHOWER FOR MISS WOODALL. Dear Sir: I am in receipt of your claim or demands which you, or
,' Amy Makinson, Margaret Lee, Marion 10 cents except on Thursday and Sat- ,i Reading i -"Linco>ln' Gettysburg letter of May 19the and note what you either estate.of you. may have against the

4 Porter, Joe Makinson, Messrs. Dick Mrs. J. J. Woodall, assisted by Mrs.T. urday nights, when the Triangle filr.ii Address", Mrs. D. O. Wheeler. say regarding the fact that Kissimmoe I I l>ated May 19. A. I>. 1918.

t Bullock, Leroy Lesley, Murray Over- J. Woodall and Miss Myrtle Collier, will be shown. Reading<"Memorials/1. C. F. 22-91 JOHN R. CA1)F.L--
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street and Harry Pnwos enjoyed a Thrasher.
charmingly entertained the membersof tO ...
tCO oo.oI aaa
'y launch ride to Paradise Island, Wol-: the Priscilla Club and a few friendsat The motion picture fans of the city Reading-Poem, Mrs. S. W. Thorn-

t esday afternoon: and a swim in the her home Saturday in honor of Miax are evidently pleased with the changefor ton. .

,t lake at that place. Mattie Belle Woodall, who becimo the the attendance at.the Graystone ]: Address-"Our Flag and What it ,
M e M "usino.this week has been the : I RAINY SEASONIS
SEIVEH-WOODALL._) June.bride of Otis Seiver on the first of the history of the house. Statistics largestin I I VanDuzer.Means to Us as a Nation", Mrs. F. J.I'j

kept by Mr. Deal! show that the '
receipts I SonJ-"The Star Spangled Banner
The rooms were attractive with II
Miss Mattie Belle daughter ,: .
for this week will above
run any Victrola.
a of G. B. Woodall, and Otis Seiver, I ferns and flowers in a color scheme of
week since he took charge. I I The members of tho G. A. R. Posh I
yellow and Punch served
green. was
son of Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Stiver, were
und I|! the Circle wish to thank the people 'J' .
quietly married Thursday morning nt on the spacious verandas where the ;! .
Next Tuesday night the first episode
of Kissimmee who kindly donated ,
the Baptist parsonage by the Rev. '). early art of the afternoon was spont so
B. Falls. They are now at home to by$ the guests, enjoying social chat and of "The Iron Claw" will be shown at the use of their automobiles to carry I : Specials on Umbrellas for
the Casino. In this ,
picture will he
dainty fancy work. the old soldiers! to and from the cemetery
their friends at their new home on
shown the same persons who made famous ,i and the business for deco- I
The presentation of a basket full of men
Emmctt Both of these
young '' .
I One Week
the "Clutching Hand" shown !
,rating their places of business in honor -
people are well known and have many pretty presents came as a complete
friends who join the Valley Gazette :in surprise to the bride-to-be, who had I here several months ago. They I\re' of the day. They wick especially to i I

wishing them a long and happy weJdd not been informed that the occasionwas Pearl White, Crcinhton: Hale and Shel- 'thank Mrs. May Graves Ellis for her j > j j*
don Lewis. On next
life. in her honor. At the conclusion of Tuesday night services as bugler. I I

't 4 4S the afternoon a delicious ice course (avery person attending the show will ', On Sunday a memorial service was SEE WINDOW DISPLAY

S GIVES D1NNEU PARTY. was served, the dainty place cards being >e given free of charge a copy of thel|'held at the G. A. R. halt at 10 o'clocK

white bells tied with yellow ribbon. Photo-Play Magazine, which sells for when Rev- Beauchamp, a comrade from jt, jf.
I Col. Harry Hunter gave a dinner The guests included Mesdames John 15 tents"The Iron Claw" will: be'I I' Kansas, who is now located nt

at the Country Club Wednesday Shown at the Casino every Tuesday Cloud, preached the memorial
party Johnston
R. D. Guise, H. M. Bratton,
i + evening in honor of J. D. Clark, whose W. L. Paulk, G. T. Singletary Z. Bass. night |I Just before his sermon Miss Cole Jewelry Cp. .

birthday occurred on that date, and J. L. Reeves, E. L. Lesley, H. G. Siever\ I'Van Duser gave a reading"Cheer ""
Mrs. Clark, whose birthday came on J. L. Beaman, F. A. Bonders, II. W. Tomorrow (Saturday) at the Casino, the Conr.rr.des," by request. Jewelers and Optometrists
the following day. The table was matinee and night, will be shown the j
Morrow, S. J. Souders, T. M. Rivers, I
"HoU's! Hinges", a Triangle picture, j The Lyon Lumber Co., a corporation
prettily decorated with cut flowers and I Sarah Cahoon, Roll Overstreet, J. P. I
with W. S. Hart in the role of Blaze of $500,000, will erect and op-
an elaborate course dinner was servedto
Jeffords, Mattie Belle Woodall, Julius
Tracy. ,erate a larg saw mill at Gulf Pine. <0<000. 0"0000-0000 ooo-o.ooOOOOOOOHO OH O 4
the following guests: Mr. and Mrs Smilh, J. L. Overstreet J. Perry Byrd,
J. D. Clack, Mrs. Oscar Conklin, MIL They have already acquired 110,000- -- --
6T Stark T. J. Woodall, J. R.. Gilbert, !
000 of timber in that
There will also be Keystone com feet vicinity.
8. H. Bullock. Bob Bullock, J. M II. M. Phann, J. J. Woodall, Missal
Hughes, Jr., Norman I'rhardt and Col. edy-"Wife and Auto Troubles," featuring
Nina Bratton, Margaret Bass, Mattie Thirteen citrus graves, embracing
Hunter. f Belle Woodall, Myrtle Collier, Ruby William Collier and Mae Busch. nearly 100 acres, were burned by forest Fresh Vegetables Eggs:
444 This is said to be full of laughs and
Whidden, Corinne Gilbert, NellieWoodall fires in the Redland district last ,
SEWING PARTY. to the usual standard.
: and Emery Byrd and Joseph up -Keystone I week. The wall of flames was over and Butter
J-snords. two miles long.
Miss Ethel. Roberson entertained'theDaughters
The story of how a strong man
Wesley'Wednesday afternoon The next meeting of the Pricilla 'We have added these articles to line t' : '"
of wreaked vengeance on a lawless com- ..0.0..00.0..0.. our. .E
4 Club will be at the home of Mrs. Frank '
at her home on Mabette street. munity Is told In 'Binges." The .. 5 5
Souders, at 309 Mabbette street t' \ LODGE MEETINGS O FLORIDA AND WESTERN BEEF AND PORK 'I
The guests brought their sewing, .',' i. .:a':?'&.i,'.*.';..,.tk1''uv c.".'.,.',,'::'.ji Rev. Robert" Henley and, his sister' ' ." HAMS BACON BOLOGNA MUTTON;'ETC.
very 'pleasant' afternoon was spent SHOWER, FOR MISS MILLS. Faith Nenley,"come from'the East to t9..00.00.0. . ..0.O.OO.otWOODMENS <( .'
sewing and chatting. Dainty refresh' I the Western town'named Hell's Call Phone 209 for your wants '

.4 meats of sandwiches, cake and orang- I\rs. Julius Smith and Misfe Grace'I Hinges on account of its tough reputa CIRCLE, Tohopeka- in these lines.

r ads were served. Those present were Winn were the charming hostesses on tion. At the first service, the tough liga Grove No. 65, meets every first
+-Mra. H.,111. Pfann Mrs. J. L. Over- and third Tuesday night. Social
Thursday afternoon at a miscella- men and women of the town :interrupt CENTRAL
'S S street, Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, Misses neous shower for Miss Gertrude Mills, the sermon of the young pr-acher, a meetings second and fourth Tuesday MARKET

Ruby Prevatt, Nettie Newton, Gladys who 01 Wednesday will wed.Mr. Leon weak characterby: their ribald singingand afternoon in Fraternity Hall.
Casler and Mattie Belle Harris. Mra. J. R. Sumner CJerk.Mrs. .
H. Reed, of Kansas. If came'as a dancing. Blaze Tracy !interferes, ,
MISS LEE ENTERTAINS.Miss surprise to Miss Mills, who was in- when an insult, offered to Faith Hen Ollar, Guardian. ..

Margaret Leo pleasingly entertained v td to spend the afternoon at the ley. .

a number of her friends last home of Mrs. Smith and was later taken Then Silk Miller, the crafty saloon "" -- .. -- -- .... -- ..... -- ... -- -- .
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and 610- ,, .,
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gambling man, lures the 610-
Thursday, celebrating her fourteenth to the home of Miss Winn on Orlando 4 "'_
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I avenue, where the had, ministe his place on the plea of do- -- -T- !
birthday. Merry games and musical guests
numbers were the diversion for the i! gathered. The rooms were prettily ing missionary work among the habi-

,. ...evening. A dainty ice course and I decorated with bamboo, cut flowers, tues Dolly, a girl of the dance hall, Sale: June3 3"OLyff1y-S leJli: e3

punch were served. The guests in-I hearts and cupids. Delicious fruit induces Henley to drink. As a resulthe a

cluded Dot and Joe Makinson punch was served in the hall. After fails to appear at the churcty] on

Whiteman, Lucy Pierre, Janet Prevail I Miss Mills had arrived, little Misses Sunday morning. Blaze accompanies

Lillian Hairis'and Mamie Pilley, Vivian Floyd and Madgo Rivers entered Faith to the saloon and helps to carry

'1.\,:'\ and Murray Overstreet, Roy Young, the room pulling a pink and white the erring brother to his home. Special Values for SaturdayFOR

Harry and William Arnold, Dewey express wagon containing many pretty While Blaze has gone after tho new

Sumner Harry Jaws LeRoy Lesley and useful gifts for the bride to be. organ for the church, the disorderly ,

'( and Joe Sears, Jr- During the afternoon the guests enjoyed element set the church on fire. They I
-- S 444 several instrumental selectionsby 'have: taken along Henley who has become FOR MEN FOR WOMEN

SENIOR LEAGUE ENTERTAINED.Will Miss Ethel Wilder, reading by Miss drunk again and has been led to

Mason Tiller and Miss Virginia Sammy Dixon and an instrumentalsolo take a hand in the incendiary net. The $5.00 Shoes, $3.98 $5.00 Shoes, $3.98
by Miss Gussic Winn.. better element of the town fight des-
Tiller entertained the League of the 4.50 3.48 4.50 "
t Methodist church at the church bung- The color schome of pink and whito perately in defense of the edifice. The 3.48

alow last Thursday evening. The was carried out in the decorations minister is killed. during the melee. 4.00 u. 3'.9 4.00" 3.19
vors and refreshments. Favors were Blaze meets some of the-fugitives on
evening was pleasingly informal, including "
musical numbers and games, small white hearts with pink Cupids his return. Aroused to wrath over the 3.50 2.98 350, 2.98

followed by a delicious ice course. The with the initials of Miss Mills and Mr. i death of the minister and the burningof
Reed. the church, he makes a dash for the
Dainty refreshments of ice
1 guests were Rev. Lawler, the Misses
Lawler, Ruth, Parah and Sarah Clark, cream and cake were served. saloon, shoots the proprietor, Silk Mil- New Stock Best Values

Alma Griffin, Nina Bratton, Helen Those present were Misses Gertrudeand ler, and sets the place on fire by shoot ,

Bass, Mattie Belle Harris, Grace Winn, Ethel Mills, Ethel Wilder, Elizabeth ing at the lamps. A roaring wind carries : ,

Effie Lawson, Nettie Newton, and the Donegan, Anna and Margaret the flames to the rest of the wooden $4.50 Shirts, $3.98 Men's
Messrs. Stanley Bullock, Earle Cow- Davidson, Lois Johnson, Valerie Chis- structure of the town and it iswiped Heavy Underwear,

ger. Harper,Cruller, Geo. Persons, holm, Abby Harris, Betty Pherigo, out in a spectacular blaze. 4OO 3.48

I Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Bratton and Mr. MatH Belle Harris, Sammy DixOn, Blaze finds Faith bending over the 50 c. Value I 39cMen's
Brown. Mrs. H. R. Dale, Mrs. Jeffords, Mrs.D. body of her brcther near the ruins of 1.50 1.39 ,

a K II. Francis Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Rivers, the church. He gently tells !cr that
1 MISS FRANKLIN HOSTESS.if Mrs. A. M. Story, Mrs. Will Gilbert, their lives must hereafter lie across l.OO 79c 50c Dress Shirts, 39c

Mrs. K. S. Johnson, Mrs. A. M. Chis- the hills and she accompanies him in

.. Miss,Irene Franklin was hostess Sat. holm and Mrs..A. W. Winn simple trust and love. Don't Miss These
urday afternoon, entertaining a number Special Values One Day Only
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,S Emmett' street, between the : V' KNOTT LION BRAND COLLARS LION BRAND SHIRTS
hours of t and 6 p. m. The guests W SWEET ORR
:enjoyed an,, informal program and OVERALLS AND WORK SHIRTS .
'pmea'and contests. In one of these FORGOVERNOR _

the,flGonhlin .;price was:won, by. Dallas 3 TAILORING DEPARTMENT, SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED

.: ; the seton prize by Margar I promise a Conscrvatire and Constmctlre- ..

4 ,,-r.t4Win'and. .th/)+ Wrdby ,Elizabeth '
:'Pjl her. During> the afternoon refresh- :Administration.Horn. : .

r ynents of sods'" water,wafers and candy w. V Yaot!'. platform ..;THon' ,'VT.V.-Reset U thft strnc> THE FAMILY Inc.

.were. served to thiuMt .,;At the...* Cellar.* hi r*..c trlnmpa. "-Alata\ !a the Ooroa r orimtorlal est man la the race for th. Qov-. STORE

tt ty were Dallas Conklin Lottie Clark U ral4. .raonhlp. ef Florida. Uo. a .
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& -worJr.I... aelatlev s.,
'iEI1iabetwJ1arkaAdaUobb.Margart. whole"W.bunch T. Knott a Veluaia II.. tbe aclal .. .."!Talatka 'J'I.*.-.... :- Photic 291LPEA.KE &- PEA.KEU6" '
Winn, Francis' Seymour and Irene: County Bcocro 'Dl)) aid.. a. rId Broadway

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THE [KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, Ed. Newton has returned from'Lake whlle'Mrs. Hall will cotlnuo her Jour. t.oTr-mUJeU should.!.voUor'Gilchrist
' (Tel.phon.MOo 1L) City, where he is,attending Columbia St. Paul the I '
;i '. ney to Minn'to return by, for second choir*., The second choice

t r.:+; -- Published Every Friday By year this This college U Mr.. Newton's second ATTENTION: ,''. "MR, VOTER: !. way, of St. Loula. vote takes, the place1 Paid of the 'second primary

W. .. MAURIS *: 10. G. VANS AaifBW < ( advertisement.)
I' Thursday evening at the close of
A.. B. Hamm, ,of Richmond,Va.,lain their practloe run, the Klsatmmea Fire

..ttoOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O the city.and is so>> pleased with KUlimmee I Department enjoyed a wattnnelonspread POLK COUNTY BONDS.
Would yen like to see a big ,enterprise with a bif payroll
. that he has. decided to remain. a treat from one member of the

W ather'eport here and send for his fatally. located ia Kissimmee? company. The roll of tho department CARRY BY 2 TO 1 1Bartow"

' 'now includes Charles' chill
W. II. Jones went to Sanford Wed. !ffi !ffi W : Buckloa. ;

( < nesday to accompany Mrs. Jones home Would yon like to see every vacant house. ia town occupied and II Sam Lupfer, assistant chief: ; Everett

Following are daily tempera_.; ; from ,her trip to Cleveland O., where' buiJdia ecteci? . Cornell, captain; Messrs. Roberta; ,June 1.-By a veritablo tidal:
4 tureii! and precipitations as re- , she has spent the past month. more Smith, McGowen Nctael, Ruling, So. wave the progressive voters of Polk
ported by Government station !f5.- !Hi '!Hi well, Walsh, Graves, Jones,' Bradley county overwhelmed alf opposition to-

.,p at Kisnimmee, Thursday for,June the 1 week,' 1916rif ending Mrs. Elizabeth Mellard who has Would you Eke to' see'the lakefront bulkheaded and a lakeshore and Best. A number of'small tires haVe day at the polls and bYa par centage

-".., L, Max. Min. Rain been the attractive guest of her cousin, boulevard built? occurred recently which have demonstrated \- of 68.7 of the votes cast. swept the
Mrs. W. W, Mimma, returned to her the 'careful organization as county for a bond Issue of a million
...91 68
Friday homo'in Macon Ga.;'Tuesday. j !Hi !ffi K well the f "Are
...89 66 as efficiency <) tho boyu" and a half dollars for good roada.
Saturday -, 91 70 I Would you like to see the population of Kissimmee. increase 25 I and there Is organization in,the city Thirty-two precincts out of't.hlrty-sIX '
Sunday Mr. And Mrs. J. H. Pike have returned J
Monday -92' 67 to their home in Eagle Lakeofter per cent within the next year? I that is accorded a greater appreciation complete, give for the bonds 2,7.1{ "
.. .-93 71 than the Volunt r Fire Department against' the bonds 1,263 a majority in
4L Tuesday ? spending several days with their !ffi ffi! !Hi .
Wednesday --__95 71 .40 daughter Mrs. Robert Savage; The Gazette firmly believes that a vote for the proposed Tucker favor of bonds of 1,498 votes.

Thursday -....,....,.89 69 : I l Misses Lureno Carlton, 'Zola Lang }
Misses Leonora Fortnet and Ollvene electric contract will materially assist in bringing about these improve* ford and Alma Blake{ ,of'Arcadia! came A. 176 pound tarpon was caught r }

e.PQ4'44 Oe oo..oo o..to60 Savage, daughters of Mrs. R. B. Sav- meat*. up Tuesday to visit Miss Ethel Lee, and landed at White City :The fish was

..t'O oO t'GOOOOj. 1. age, left Tuesday for a,visit with relatives Miss Blake returned home on the,afternoon over six feet. long.. ,
at Bartow and Winter Haven.C. I
train but Misses Carlton and
Tho brick'load from Il.etlngyto Pa. '
The Local Field B. Harris, accompanied by his Dr. R. DeWitt Lightsey, of Bartow, Whiteman, Margaret Lee, Dot and .Joe Lankford will be here for several d'l'I. latka was commenced last week and

j. wife and family havo arrived from who has been making' regular weeklytrips Makinxon, Mamie Pilley, and Messrs. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Parker, Elizabeth will be finished at An early date..

II Gainesville for a four weeks' visit with here for the past several Leroy Lesley, Walter Bass, Roy Parker! ; Mrs. F, S. Gilbert and .

his parents Rev. arid Mrs, D. J. Sum months, has decided\ to close Young, Murray Overstreet and William Frederick Gilbert. Jr., motored'to Or- Beans, peppers and egg plants
Insurance. See A,,E. Drought
Fire mers. in Kissimmee for the summer, but will Arnold lando today to attend the wedding of are still moving out from lona and

\ :W-,W. Bell made a business trip to Miss Marlea Bishop left Tuesday for resume his visits next fall. Considerable'excitement was caused Miss Johnnie Smith to Mr.: Harold other- crops are doing fairly well, bat

Apopka Tuesday.' ], St. Petersburg to. join her parents. Mrs. G. R. Leachmr.n. of Pavo, Ga., Tuesday noon when a. fire alarm wau Searle, of Athol, Mass., at the homeof rain li badly needed.Manhattan.

They will start for their home in Fon and Mrs. J. L. Glisson, of Metcalf, ,.1'sn. The "tire laddies" made a record Mr. Aubrey Smith. Ceremony by -
F. M. EUedge, of Okeechobee, spent Rev. J. B. Ley, of Orlando. The bride
du Lac, Wis., Saturday to'spnd the Ga., who have been guests of Mrs. C. for the spot designated, the
Sunday In this city. is a niece of Mr. Parker and cousin of
summer. ? W. Campbell for the past week left Cowger home on Brack street, to fin i
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Lamb spent for their homes Tuesday Mrs. Glissoi that a small fire had resulted from a I Mrs. Gilbert, and is well known in KIs-
Master Julian Bandy returned to
In Orlando.S. defective flue. Even though a brisk simmee. They 'will reside in Athol, Hotel
Thursday and Mrs. Campbell are sisters.
his home in Orlando Wednesday, aftera I
wind was blowing at the time, no difficulty ...
B. Aultman was a business visitor visit with his aunt :Mrs. H. N. Brat- Chisholm will -
Rev. preach Sunday was experienced in extinguishing j
to Orlando Tuesday.A ton and grandmother, Mrs. M. G. I The campaign for the nomination of
mornln at the Christian church the ,
on I the Maze. a United States Senator will. soon Special Summer Rates H
baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. T. Bandy. subject, "Where I is the One Talent!" I close. A doubfe ,
Alfred Ozark nnd family of Eureka, canvass of the
J. Shuman Friday night. Wanted-200 or more people! to at- Children's Day services will be held at
that Wall and
Mo., are: I hero to spend the summer and Bryan cannot By the \Leek"\
is the tend a moonlight excursion and boat the evening hor. A cordial welcome is
S. of Quincy, of the
Mrs. M. May are stopping at 310 Sumner street. Mr. I carry over seven fifty-two coun-
guest of her sister, Mrs. R.. W. Cobb. ride to be given at the full of the extended to both services.Mr and Mrs. Ozark were attracted hereby I ties. The race has narrowed down be-

When you order bread ask for "But- moon of this month. Full particularsnext I and Mrs. Eugene Bryan have the reputation of Kissimnee as a tween Gilchrist and Trammel!) Gil- $7.00

ter Nut," my by Heed's-bakery. 24-t week. moved into their handsome residenceion I health city and intend to spend a yeolr''christ 1l'81infAll\ : those who vote fur

Harry Dobson, of Tampa, was a Dr. Witherspoon returned! Monday Clyde avenue which has just been I here in the hope of ben<:'fHlinlt' their Bryan- and Wall and who are opposed

at the Yowell home Wednesday.W. from St. Cloud, where he conducted the completed. The house has been erectedat I'health.: If their health improves here I '., -, -- - --
guest funeral services of the Rev. W. L. a cost of $5,000 and includes seven they intend to' mike U-e city their ,, -oo.' b G: frti rr0"b. Y4P448Q400 w'
H. Patterson, of Atlanta, was a Hackett, who died suddenly from heart spacious rooms and two baths. permanent home. I
business visitor in the city on Tues I failure Saturday.Mrs. I .1'
day. I Jirri Woodall and the street gang Miss Hazel Nauglo, of Sh=lbyville, f ADI INS & SONS
A. W. Sargent and grandchildren : (under his supervision have: completedthe Ind arrived Monday evening to make ,
James M. Johnston, depty clerk of Christine and Ferney Reeves ar- I cleaning of the big: city ditch and her home with her parents, Mr.! aced :!:

court, was a visitor to Orlando on rived Monday from Avon Park, and IJim declares that hetrcafter there I Mrs. W. E. Naugle, who recently I 33ART3KR 8110114 =?

Tuesday.Fat are the guests of her daughter, Miss will be fewer mosquitos breeding in I moved to Kissimmee. Miss Nnugle I,, "

j juicy and tender meats always Maria Sargent. standing pools of water in the ditch. has been a teacher in tho schools of I Broadway, next to Port Office'!
found at City Market, 'phone 44. tf I Shelbyville for a number of years and
Miss Mamie Tiller, who has been
i Mr. and Mrs. L. U. May, of Tampa,
J. R Donegan spent several days in the guest of her 'brother. M. Tiller, !'spent several hours here Monday while I her departure was the occasion of HAIR CUTTING AND MASSAGE A SPECIALTYWe
'. interest of his cattle ,{many expressions of regret from
in the
Orlando left Thursday for Pasg-a-grille to join(returning from the funeral of Mrs. '
business. her niece Miss Virginia Alexander, in''May's father. Rev. Hackett of St. school authorities parents and pupils. Extend a cordial invitation to the,public.: Call and visit us. p pet

Mrs. C. M. Hart, of Fort Meade, i%, New York City. I Cloud. A son, Wm. R. Hackett, of The members of the high school or-

the guest of her sister, Mrs. DeWilton Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Babcock, accompanied Jonesboro Ark., was c.lso in attendance;: chestra were pleasantly surprised onWedn'esday o006oooooooooo0000006600060.
Iderman. by Bryan, Jack and Ada and returned home Monday. night when at the close of S
their practice, Mr. and Mrs. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Rod Hansel are en- Louise Simpson, and Mary Tiller, spent Miss Lilly Farnsworth\ a teacher served an ice to those present. This

joying a week's outing at their camp several days this week at their coun- the public schools of Sanford, spent was the last meeting of the organization -
try place in Zantee. the of Mr. and Mrs. J. I '
on East Lake. Sunday guest for the season as Mr. Brown, THAT THRILLING SERIAL
J. A. Ewing- a prominent turpentine Mr. and Mrs. R. DeWitt Brown left 1W.J MillerShe left Monday and after accompanied by his wife left Thursdayfor

dealer of Rosalie, was: a guest at the Thursday for Mount Pleasant, Ohio, visiting friends in several cities of' Mt. PWannt.Ohio where they will\ /
Saturday. where they will spend the summer, i'e- Florida, will\ go to Tennessee to,spend spend the summer. ,
Graystone '
turinng to Kissimmee next winter as the summer with relatives. I "THEIRONCLAW"
''' : Buy "Butter Nut" bread, made by .Mrs. A. Tress and daughter, Miss .
;i' ,: is their annual custom. 'Mrs.
Mr. and H. W. Morrow will
24'2tMrsflienryAultman for
'-,' Reed's bakery. Frances, leave today Jacksonvilleto
; .
Mr/and Mrs. W, I. Green and children start on a trip this (Friday) morning spend a few days with Mrs. S. Or- .

and Mrs 2ek Tampa, spent Sunday here as to ,Gainesville Fla., where ,they will i Rose and 0
severaldaYII at tega, formerly Tress, baby With Peail'Whiter Crelfihton Hale and Sheldan;Lcvvu
,[pherigo are spending ., guests"of,Mr. and Mrs:'Ernest ,Croon. meet their son Earl,who is attending girl.' Mrs.. B. M. ,Hall will join her : t

the O'Berry home. They were en route home after an automobile school at the' University' of Florida. there and together they will visit At- Begins AtCravstone

. Mrs. Judson Jacobs, at Haincs City, trip to North Georgia. They will then tour the East Coast, lanta, Chattanooga and Cincinnati.

visiting Mrs. M. A. making the trip' by automobile. From there Mrs. Tress and
spent Wednesday Franceswill CasinoNEXT
Mr. and ;Mrs. H. E. Mitting and their
Yowell\ and son_Herbert, who have been the guests I Rev! J. W. Stokes, of Climax, Ga, make extended visit in their ..

Miss Edna Baker.left for her home 6f Mrs. M. Munger, left Saturday for attended- the General Assembly at former home Beaver Falls Pa. return TUESDAY

in Petoskey, Mich., Monday, after an Lakeland and Tampa before returningto Orlando last week, spent several hour ing: here by_way of Washington: D. C.,

ertended stay in this city. their home in Montgomery, Ala. I Iin this city Friday visiting his aunt, I
Mrs. II. D. Ledbetter. and daughter,
Minda, the youngest child of Mr. B. M. Hall has purchased the pretty (companied by' his family who had made I EVERY TUESDAY THEREAFTER UNTIL
and Mrs. Hankins, Is serioslyl\ at cottage on Mabette street belong- .
the trip in their car and were en route
their home on Clyde avenue. ing to T. Paris, the deal being made I for Lakeland.J. STORY COMPLETED
through J. McPhatter- Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J. D. Clark and their
Mr. and Hall are now occupying their new R. Winston, of the Bureau of
T. Conklin of Miami,
guest, Mrs. Oscar
home. Plant Industry, U. S. Department of
motored to Orlando Tuesday Agriculture who is a specialist in the I
Lawrence Griffin, vho has been at- rnrr To Every Person Attending -
H. N. Bratton has returned prom study of sub-tropical plant diseases, .
Riverside Military Academy
Tampa where he has been servi tending was a visitor here Monday and started
juror in the U, S. federal court. at Gainesville, Ga., returned home some work in Osccola county. i lltL Next Tuesday we will
Wednesday to spend the summer vacation i
Rev. O. B. Falls and family, who with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. William Gommo, farm demonstratorfor

have been guests of C. A. Carson, have C. W. Griffin. Lake county, passed'through the give a copy of the 15c R.

moved into the Baptist parsonage.Mrs. of the city Thursday en route to Lakeland, FREE
The Missionary Society Photo
Play Mgazine
where he was accompanied by B. E.
F. C. Bryan left Monday evening Christian church will meet at the homeof ,
Evans, farm demonstrator of Osceola
for Macon, Ga., where she was Mr D. G. Francis Friday at 3:30. '
county. They Vent to Lakeland to at
called by the illness of her sister. Mrs. S. B. Aultmann, president, will
tend a meeting of demonstrators in
Mrs. E. K. Sanford and two daughters preside, with Mrs. A. M. Chisholm in this section of the state.

left last week to join her husbandin charge of the program. .. . ...0..0. .. . . 40INSURANCE... .'. . ............. . .. .. ..... .
Dr. J. W- Simpson will leave to-
Dayton, Ohio, where they: will re Miss Lizzie Norton was the week-
morrow for Chicago, where he
side. end guest of her sister, Miss Elsie to attend the National convention goes of and REAL ESTATE:
Norton while en route for her home in
T. R. Moseley left
and Mrs.
Mr. the Progressive party. After the con-
Wednesday morning to spend a few Dundee. Miss Norton has just com- vention Dr. Simpson will remain fora ; ; Let us insure your Life, your Health<< your Property.

months at their old home at Scoolia, pleted a very successful. year's tea'hIng post graduate courco in dentistry in
Miss. in Carrabell. Northwestern University. He expectsto JQSEPH: H. JONES Information in regard to property for

A. P. Spencer, district agent of the Mrs. J. :J.: Tucker, Mrs. Henry Harper be gone about a month or six weeks. sale and rent cheerful: given.

Department of Agriculture in farm demonstration Mrs. W. B. Witherspoon, Mrs. A. R. J. Thomas, Archie and Hope Candidate In Addition to fifteen other good companies, we

work was a visitor here M. Mosley Misses Celeste Mosley and Thomas and Vernon Anderson, of Of- now represent the well known
Mayme Witherspoon were a pleasantauto Ga. spent State Attorney
Thursday.Mr. ferman, several days last
party enjoying an all day tri to : HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York i ir
and Mrs. W. J. S. Car and fam- week visiting. Roma Thomas. R. J.
ily left this week for Coronado Beach, Wekiva Springs Monday.II. Thomas is his father, while the othersare I Democratic Primary X>>. G-. "" c.JIIiI! ..= 4

where they will spend the summer at C. Stanford, daughters Misses brothers and brother-in-law, re June 6, 1916 : Second Floor Gtizens Bark Eldg. Kl-ssimmee: fta. : '",..;
. their cottage. Margaret and Mattie and Miss Violet spectively. They made the trip by automobile {, or"

Bullock, motored to DeLand Thurs- and were pleased with the. (Paid Adv rtl.>m..nt) ....oo..t..v. ........ .. v"
MJS. Elizabeth Crawford. of.Boone. day and returned, bringing with them good roads in Florida. .
ville, Ind., who has boen visiting her Mrs. Stanford, who has been visiting
left for her Miss Cecelia Overstreet, district secretary -
W ,
niece, Mrs. Jrliller Mrs. M. Dickinson ,there.
; Miss Parah Clark delegate
home Monday;, .: "Mrs. M. A. Clark and her mother, from the Senior League; Miss Alberta

Mrs. ,Lewis 'Q'Brjpn and children, Mrs. G. O. Roberts left Tuesday for Mopson, superintendent of :Junior: de- SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFECT ; .

accompanied by Misses'Lottie and Lola Jacksonville. Mrs. Roberta will con- partment, and Miss Lois Overstreet, AT THEGRAYSTONE ". : .
;,.-f+ Lawler, leftMonday4or.New, York tinue her journey to her home in Trinidad delegate from tb.,Junior League, left i ,s'HOTEL

.. City for a visit 1/1 . \- ,' Colo.,,and-Mrs,. Clark will visit Monday for Sutherland to attend the t

Rush Hudson- who- has been a resident relatives in Davisboro, Ga. state conference of the "Ep worth : :

of Kissimmee for the past four Mrs. Amos Adkins, sons Carl, Orvaf League of the" M, ,E., 'church. They- will' .t :
left Wednesday his, former Then and nephew return today. _.. >
years, and John;duaghter .
*" "- home in .Kansas. Ray"Morgan arrived Wednesday from A merry, ,party motored to Mill $ Week.andt.Vp..1,. ,.." ,:., :.I

Mr.' and Mrs. G. ,B. Reynolds and Chandlerville,.Ill., to join Mr. Adkins, Plough Tuesday for'a swim and picnic 1 ;; .. "
their'daughter.,; Miss Josephine'jof| who 1 recentlym! .vd-her*:.bel:c peDec1 lunch.' 'They'weN Misses Mildred and O C-PIE"R'CE-M----,: {!

v' Tampa, are stopping at the Graystoae :ike barber shop next door to the post-' Ethel. Lee. their guests.Luciene Carlton j .1.rays. 1.

Hotel for a few i days. A office. and Mrs.. Rankin' Is. seriously 111 ""at
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termined for itself whether' not It dipping of all cattle The law provide splenetic fever.I* practically unknown chum best at about'F.. twenty minute. Mottled buUoer1Ac t ;

[HEALTH TRAIN PAYS should undertake the'work.' In Mississippi therefore, that each county which. and the'quality of the cattle ha been The'barrel and swing churn make often caused by allowing the, 'butter-.

after* January 1, 1917, there I.i not tick-free shall proceed at once greatly improved by the introduction the best quality of butter and are to get into large lump before ...b.

VISIT TO CITY will be no choice. After that date the to let contract for the construction of of hundred of pure-bred bull.. The adapted to farm us*. Ing.. These lump hold the buttermilk .

law provide. that the cattle in every rate and for the necessary- chemical grand champion Hereford bull ia a The condition to make the best and! cause an' unsightly productof

r; (Ceatinnei frees Pag One.) county which has not already freed for the bath* appropriate money for Mississippi product and many of his butter will cause! it separate in poor keeping quality. v'
itself of the tick must be dipped regularly the salaries of the assistant and progeny are owned 'in the State, The mall granules the size' of whoat in All the moisture possible should be

Iynamo la car number. 2 and like the in accordance with the 'Pules make other arrangements for the effect' of this grading up of the herd about' thirty minute. If tho chnrn- extracted by working Tho legal

other it !I. carefully screened, and and regulations of the State LiveStock coming yiriC. In each county the work i. shown in the success of the new' ing Is accomplished in a''shorter timeit standard for moisture content Is 15
ventJaltod. -
n Sanitary Board. until in the is to bevur.4er the. charge of an inspector baby beef club organized throughout may be caused by too high temperature per cent. Never allow the butter tobecome

'Cu' No.2, contain*,In:'one end the word .ofYd"act, "the cattle tick be appointed by the State LiveStock the State, in the Increase in-the number or too sour cream.'If' the soft .while working, and be"'t-' "- .
idynamo driven permanently, eradicated and destroy Sanitary Board and paid by it. of creameries and silos, and'in the cream becomes frothy, the addition of careful not to give a stirring motion
by engine,
a gasoline
land the sleeping for thelapeclal ed." A*' experlenoe has shown that For failure on the part of the cattle improvement in the pastures '.GOt a little salt.will often cause the but.ter to the, this will break the

train crew.quarter The energetic work can'usually accomplishthis I owners to comply with the regulation stock repay good care, but good stock to gather. Wash, the butter in grain., .Always in working press. the ,

ot the car I.'devoted to installation.larger part result in one season this means' I of the Board in regard to dipping, a and the tick do not go together., the churn, while It i I. still finely divided paddle downward and avoid scraping '.' J i
that the entire State of Mississippi penalty of fine or imprisonment or using pure' water 'hot more the butter. I
t'f various models, as' that illustrating A bilious half-sick loss of
should be out of quarantine the end both is provided by the law. I feeling, than two or three degree colder than There are several forms of butter :
the Imhoff'tanlc sewage disposal system and bowels be . I
'of 1917, or at the latest by the end < another showing how water Is relieved with surprising' promptness by molds'and paper cartons .
Salt shouldbe
1918. I with the Federal officials in the time should be.sufficient.
driven wells contaminated These are and will beCause
or open by using HEROINE. The first doso cheap pay
This radical departure from the old work of tick eradication. In order to added at the rate of one ounce to '
attractive pack
drainage from stable outhouse and outwardly
brings Improvement, a few doses put an
'polluted surface water. A miniature policy,of allowing each county to put make this co-operation more effective, I I the system in fine vigorous condition. one pound of butter!, and the buttor age is a* desirable all a good pro'f
with the tick drive it out it the Board
up or an recently to thestate's
'model shows a dipping yat for ridding put Price 50c. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy allowed to stand in the churn for .duct within.! r
chose has 'been necessitated the in tick .
by part eradication in Mis-
cattle of the tick. A model dairy Is .
illustrated In the same manner; the progress that has already boon mad sissippi in charge: of a special inspector GOOD BUTTER CAN BE r
Since the tick eradication began in who is to give his entire time to MADE IN HOT WEATHER
4 proper feeding and clothing of babies,
; the openair. treatment of. tuberculosis Mississippi in*1908, forty counties out I the work. SENATOR ARTHUR E. DONEGAN 11
of a total of eighty-one have been The desire to drive
and may other practical questions of the tick out of C. lr Willoughby, professor of ani-
1 sanitation and disease prevention are freed from quarantine and twelve other I Mississippi which has made possiblethe mal 'husbandry in the University of -

z similarly and graphically illustrated counties are now engaged in systematic passage of this law, should it is Florida College of Agriculture, has .

{ The car is also fitted with a stero- work. Some of the other counties I]pointed out, also result. In. the freeing found it possible to make a goocquality 'f

.,, omotagraph with a capacity of one' however, have steadily refused to of a large area thisyear by counties of butter the year around. "
hundred and four lantern slides, and take any part in the campaign and in which did not care to wait for the Only cream that has been carefully J

this is lighted: and operated automatically certain instances now present a serious I compulsory state-wide campaign kept and well ripened should be used.

g by electricity generated in thec menace to the live stock industry in Enough has been dbne already in Mississippi The cream' from cows fed cottonseed
adjacent tick-free territory in which I t ry
ear itself. to demonstrate both the practicability meal in large quantities will churn sM
the cattle. longer immune I
are no tosplenetic t4v.
The Display Car. ; and the benefit of the tick
best between 70 and 75
feverAs is well! knov.-n ticks I degrees, while
Car No. 3 is divided; through most the I eradication. In those counties which the from "
are only meant of 8preadin .this cream cows receiving a 7. .t
of its length by a partition, on which i.sense.I In most. oases' the eradication have taken up the work, death from I great deal of pasture will k
arc displayed thirty-six. panels. Thesecarry'ln I green *
of the tick has been accompanied - ?
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graphically worded sentences
the importation of valuable pure-!/'ed
1 warnings and advice on ganitatry sub- stock and cattlemen in these areas lire
jects and disease prevention. Numer- .
determined to be rid of the 'danger of

ous electrically operated\ models anda -infection. Moreover, thoo-xlstvnce in A. S ..,"', ,
large stereomotograph, similar to the midst of tick-free territory of isolated : WELLS
that in number
car two are sim- .'
ticky counties interferes with the '.
Xhat in car number two, are also arranged -
movement of stock and hampers in n i 't;
t to. Candidate for
splendid advantage Railroad
number of ways the full realization of CommissionerHe
this part of the train. the benefits of eradication. 'J
In this is installed
car an expensive 'JJ
Under the new law the state-wide

and elaborate, contribution campaign of elimination will not beginuntil has served in the Florida Legislature for ten "' .> rrlll'y '
the Florida )Dental Society, which
January 1, 1917. The intervening -
will show the various diseases of the y tt.
time it is planned to utilize in the
teeth, and the proper attention that construction of dipping vats in t.hosecount.ies years. Ask any representative in this district t.
should be given them. In this car are
which have not as yet done
)feathered has special much significance of the equipment in sanitation.that any systematic work. As a matter of I how Wells stood in the Legislature and vote according ha* ca. ".r

fact, there are Eome dipping vats; in ,
A complete inventory of the educational ;
every county. now which are being used to his P
equipment of these cars would] I answer. ( Paid Advertisement ) r
by individual farmers td r
to free their j ,
be entirely unnecessary for the train I .. 4' uric I
own herds but in most cases the number -
with all its invaluable contents is to
is not sufficent for the. regular J
be brought within the reach of every
person in Florida who can go to the HUDSON'S RESUME OF THE

nearest railroad station, and it will be E. P. THAGARDCANDIDATE .

taken wherever the rails are laid on .. ..
which it mayrun. It is to be a permanent FOR I GUBERNATORIAL CONTEST s.1t

.a. perpetual traveling school STATE - -- .i
illustrating forcefully and graphicallyhow : OF FLORIDA:

?, better sanitation and better living j I RELY ON THE VOTERS WHO it itt

may be brought to every Flori- TIIIXK FOR THEMSELVES.:

n dian. When it baa been carried to )Ir. Calls proclaims his election, In

every part of the state its object les 1(advance because.he counts all the fish4eimen ,' f

sons, the journey, tho journey: will be and all he( members of certain t.
repeated, with newer models and the well known organizations for him. fI'

later discoveries of medical science. It is a fact/ easily ascertainable (hat

All Is Free. not all the fishermen nor all the members 9 '

It is absolutely free to all who will of these organization are for :Mr. : m ...
'accept what :it :.offers-:: what it will Catts. It is apparent to all thinking s

{ 'bring to all; it is without cost to those I men that neither of I these two dUties OUR PRESENT STATE SENATOR \

paredto xeplain and. advise to those I of voters wlll permit themselves to be -

'who' will''listen:(,I)' those who watch,i voted like so many sheep:" iiI Who is'a Candidate for Re-Election':, '

'whO'Will read the panels and am-not relying on anY'intt.'rest, \

vhe moving pictures and lantern slide clans or organization. I RELY ON ), .t

A regular morning operation rf the I SELVES. y ...
;; 'bowels puts you in fine shape frr the Air. Calls in proving great .political APPROVAL AT' THE POLLS
''day' work. If you mill it you feel un-1 I I asset to some of my opponents. r ,

'''Comfortable and cannot put vim into ]>i.'nds of Mr. Knott are insisting .. -,, I
'your movements. For all bowel irregularitiS. that he alone can beat Calls; and .. ..0000000..00000090.00.0000.0000000000000.0.0....

t, HERBINK is the remedy. It friends of Ir. Farris are urging that .
purifies, strengthens and regulates. hie is the one man who can save the $232.00
Price GOc. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. .country from Catts. To them Catts Isa X

i GodsendHe makes them such 'a fine "booger man."

.44044044.44444044+ Favors paying Pension to Veteran In advancing these arguments they concede to Mr. Catts a strength I California and Western Tourof I I"I

monthly.He which I have failed to find.
siERADICATION 4 favors potting the supervision of. I am not making a specialty of beating Catts. I PROPOSE TO BEAT

0 a State Bank, and inpenruion of Isurance I- THEM ALL; BUT IF YOU WA TTO BEAT CATTS, VOTE FOR ME AND twenty-five days, visiting
g Companies under a new head YOU WILL MAKE NO MISTAKE.Mr. .
4 New Mississippi Law Important 4 ,Commissioner of Bank and CALIFORNIA-PANAMA EXPOSITION (Sap Diego) Salt
n4> Step In Campaign for Total Insurance.At Farris relies on the great lead that he says is assured him In Jacksonville
.4 Elimination of Peat. 4t44.004444444444444 present the Comptroller hoe supervision and Tampa to give him the benefit of a handicap that can' not bf Lake City GRAND CANYON, San Francisco,. Loa Angeles,
of the State Bank and will
overcome. Denver 'LOOKOUT
and other
until the
continue Legislature tee .
r Washington, D. C.-The new Mi to make the change. It i.therefore proper I am not relying on Jacksonville or Tampa to take care of me, thoughI point of Interest. ;)
r ill ippl l law requiring each coun- that I I shall get my share of votes there; nor do Ibelieve, that the voter. of
very important your next Comptroller i
tttritntthe'State that is still infested I s odd knew about the supervision Florida are dependent on the lead of those places.I .

with cattle ticks to begin .systematic of Banks. RELY ON VOTERS WHO THINK FOR THEMSELVES. Price includes all expenses, Railroad Fare, Pullman Fare, Hotels, Meat

eradication work next year is the firstmeasure Mr. Thacrd i* the ONLY Candidate and certain side For
I have moat encouraging reports from every quarter of the State including trip booklet and. more definite infonaatiu i
of the kind in the history of who ha worked in. the Comptroller
some of the largest counties. My support comes from the highest: write
the campaign for the total elimination Office and is the ONLY Candidate. for type of citizens and THE MOST OF THEM. to
of'the pest in the South. Hitherto Comptroller who has had ,
experience Mr. Knott,..-according to statement published several months i
a Atlantic
ago njphis Coast Line ii 'rah
tick eradication has been a matter in the supervision of Bank Your rapport '
friend, exGovernorWilliam Sherman Jennings,, in a paper In Miami, my
of county option. Each county has deHHr' will be appreciated.
home town,-appears to base his first dependence on his "CLOSE ALLIANCE Standard Railroad o! the South fi

CIMTR F. tRWIMP. i. C. ,,"
upon ..O.era'S, Am.A.C. L.ft.ft.i .

J. C. LUNING This is merely a pleasing method adopted by Mr. Knott's friend for " ' '. .'."" " .. '. " ,. i

describing a political machine. < h

I ,{ But there are certain forces 'to, be reckoned with. Will the county -

officers and others, bankers for example who are "IN TOUCH with the VOTE FOR ;

State Treasurer Comptroller's office* permit themselves to become spokes In. such a machine? .cS

r And if they did. what would the voters ..,.. about It?
W. V. K N'O .
lo-; ; Wa appointed State Treasurer in I have never been defeated for office before the people; AND I HAVE T T

;' i t? 1912. Elected that year. Has NEVER HAD THE SUPPORT OF A POLITICAL MACHINE '

:: f'.ct served 4 yean and ask reelectionby Therefore I am not appalled. *- FOR GOVERNOR ;

:,J';' has fellow Democrat Mr. Wood has not followed the Itinerary; and cioice not know hew he. .1.specializing is _
'" ; but I would like to have/ his second votes. :

;... Efficiency'kai been the Watchword In fact I 'want all the second choice-'votes I can get .where- 'east not He ha made good in he has '

f..r4.1}.. witIa b:. The affair. *f the office have the first choice, because I expect. this contest to ho settled by second. Clerk i of C'ircu'it'j.

choice votes.Vote I '
kT been bandied with the strictest
.' llt nor State Treasurer and
If" ..!'..... :........:":.'-. for '.. first choice but be sure' to east yow second. choice vote for. . Comptroller. ;

\ }' the next best i***.' ',' knowledge.. of State affairs make. him a valuable -

\ Year.seems choice vote ann.esstbly hart jrow first choice..
; Will'Vito.J for Governor.
>, I Appreciate man
)t ,I ' C. LUNING DOES HIS OWN THINKING. A He b an honorable, upright CitizeD.
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: : -. rrrTOj57ca THE :METHODIST CHURCH. BEING I.Theme Sunday,/' afternoon ba.d'con; F. 'E. Staebnor, of the OffJoe of.
t / / List/ of All State CandidatesIs certs a$ Hemming Park, Jaeb'nvllle, Public Roads and"Rural Engineering,
[I Sunday school at 9:45. We want I
{ Given Out! by the Secretary 9f Stale yoii to"coma Wo havo fine music,good TO TRAIN TEACHERSCOURSE i will be continued, due. to the generosity is tn St. Lucie county conducting a series ;..f;

classes for all agesand a 'warm'welcome of sotfie[ of the public spirited titicens. of investigations of the muck soils

t ._ I for'you and :yours. The pastor WILL BE ADDED TO OS. of that sectoln.ieep .-'

Tallahassee-The .official list of all For Railroad Commissionur A. ''I will preach, to ,the children at the, CEOLA HIGH SCHOOL IF TENOR i. .... ,
morning hour, hold a short session of -- -- -
candidates qualified' before) the Sec* Bryan, Royal C Dunn, B J. Ford andA. I church conference when all departments ;; MORE PERSONS SIGNIFY.. .
retary of ,State has been compiled. S. Wells: I ; will report the work Joint and THEIR INTENTION OF TAKINGUP floors furniture ,
The list Is official and coptalns the For Assistant State M. .WORK DURING COMING
,Auditor- administer the's cramelt. Preaching
t. 4- list of all candidates that will appear McIntosh._ 'in the evening will be at 7:45 instead TERM. and woodwork like new

on ,the official ballot, except county For State -Chemist R. E. ''Rose;' of 7:30:::; ; nnbject, "Perfi ctlr candidates: and those having' no opposition For Adjutant General-J. CliffordR. ,"o all the services you are cordially Plans:are being made for the employment Please don't scrub .varnishedAoors or
who are+ by Jaw declared Foster.- invittd., of a iea l'er..of "Teacher1-: woodwork,. Dust and clean them withoutdcstroying"thcir _
t4s\X.\ nominated without being voted for;, For Circuit ,Judge, Sixth. Judicial Training Classes": 'I'in tho .Osceola lustre by giving them ;

'; Those whose?names will! appear Circuit-John ,S.. Board, A. G- Campbell I High school, providing as many as an occasional rubbing with

w I on' the ballot are: n.ot ,. D: Stuart Gillie, J. T. Wiggins]' ARE YOU RHEUMATIC ten signify their' Intention of taking t, tvf

'1 For Representative in onltress, and Kirk Monroe. : the' cour ".
.Se pfid District-Frank Clark. For Circuit Judge, Second Judicial .
.: Many Pangs That Pass for Rheuma The last Florida Legislature passed
For Presidential Electtirui. -Circuit-E. C. Love. tism'Are Really a law authorizing TeacherTraining :

ii For Delegates to National Demo Circuit For Circuit Judge. Third Judicial Kidneys.lue'Cl.'f'ak* . '''classes in the various. Senior

Static Convention Second Congrcs"Jjf -M. F- Horne. High schools of the State, tho State
." For Circuit Judge, Foutrh Judicial to'' 9500 of tho! $1000 salary to
r sional District: Is it rheumatism? pay 11 ;
Circuit-George, Couper Gibbs. and % be paid to each teacher!: of a Teacher- I k.
Not pain is. 1
For Attorney General-T F. West Charles.E. PelotFor every It doss not leave III
Training class the remaining:
For Commissioner of Agriculture- Weak kidneys let uric acid' collect. $500to .
'I Circuit Judge, Fifth, Judicial Uric'acid bo paid by the Boards of Public a 'tacky surface to II
', W. A. McRae. causes many queer pains.In
t Cil'cult--W. S. Bullock. the It's sciatica '' Instruction of the counties in which catch J u It.Vo ,
For Justice of the Supreme Court, For Circuit Judgt, Sixth Judicial ;
Group No. 1-R, F*Taylor. Circuit-O. K. Reaves.' In the back; lumbago; classes are organized- guarantee it to remove d i l ;
In the neuritis. To be enrolled. in a Teacher-Train all I and
For Assistant State Auditor-M. For Circuit Judge. Seventh Judicial I nerves dirt i
C. Mclntonh. Circuit James W. Perkins. Gout, gravel. dropsy are uric trou ing class of a High school one 'must grease and to leave a {

1 For State Chemist R. E?, Roee!- For Circuit Judge, Eighth Judicial bles.When be' at least sixteen years- old, and bright finish. Use it
For Adjutant General-.J. Clifford Circuit-James T. Wills.For ; you suspect, the kidneys use must havo satisfactorily completedthe
R. Foster. Doan's.Kidne)" .PUIs- work of the eighth grade of the on your piano, even,
: Circuit Jtdge!, Ninth Judicial The home-recommended Florida schools (or equivalept workin. without e a n, Renew :' ,
.( For Circuit Judge in the Eleventh Circuit-H. L. Grace and'D. J. Jones. remedy. !
Judicial cult--Jl. Pierre .Brannlng. For Circuit Judge, Tenth Judicial Kissimmee. testimony. Is tho best some other state), or must have the surface of your carriage or automobilewith

And' for Judge and State's Attorney Circuit-W. D. Bell, R- E. Brown and proof. had at least six' months' experience it.Use .

" t in several other'judicial circuits. John. S. Edwards. I Read this Kissimmre man's story. as a tenclicr. Devoc Polishing Oil according to simple

The list of qualified candidates is For Circuit Judge, Eleventh Judicial J. B.. Dilard, Emmett St., Kissimmee, The teacher of such training class directions 0:1: the bottle. The less oil you use the ;'
as follows: Circuit-II. Pierre Branning.For says: "I was laid up for eleven months must bE a percon approved .by (haState better-the results.
, I with sciatica rheumatism and a physician Superintendent of Public In-
Qualified Candidates. Circuit Judge, Twelfth Judicial.
Stop in and small bottle to-day. It's the
get a :
For President of the United States Circuit-C. L.. Wilson.., said the trouble was broughton .struction and appointed by the County -
best oil we'know of. It will
by disordered kidneys. I was in Board. polishing save -you
-Woodrow Wilson
r For State ,Attorney, First Judicial 1'1 '
+J For Vice-president of the United I Circuit-Robert H. Anderson, R. Arthur about as bad shape as anyone couldbe. No High echool is allowed to veosive tit" and wm't- iir a !dozen: ways.

States-Elliott W. Major, Thomas R. McGeachy: William Hurtenbnck I had taken almost every kind of pay from the State: for a i W. B. Makinson Company
I medicine the. doctor had I
:-rt .Marshall. and .Robert P. Stout prescribed, I Teacher-TraLiing1 teacher unless rn
t 11 For United States Senator-N. P- For State Attorney Second Judicial but didn't get any renults. 4 finally j I I enrollment of at least tea pupils shall Kissimmee, Florida St. Cloud, Florida
Albert W. Park us': d Dean's Kidney Pills find I noticed ''bo maintained in such clat>8. .
Bryan 'Gilchrist Circuit G. W- Walker. -
Trammell Perry G. Wall. For State Attorney Third judicial their good effect right awny. Six I'I It is very much desired that a :. .." ;. ,.;:!'/> .. ... ..",. -T". .-- -
J boxes made me feel so much bet- class shall be '
; For Representative in Congress! Circuit-Stafford Caldwell.For I ever Teacher-Training organized I
;I First District-Herbert J. Drana andS State Attorney. Fourth Judicial :ter." in the Osceola Cou'ity High f' J
. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply I School for the 1916-1917, in order -
( M. Sparkmnn; Circuit-Arthur Y. Milam and year Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. ". Bryan Vice Pres. J. L. Barber, Scc'y.lreas.
Second District-Frank Clark. Frank Dancy. I ask for a kidney remedy get ,'I that this school may do its share ,
. Doan's Kidney Pills-tho same that 'toward furthering the educational. interests -
& Third Dt1.trict-Walter, Kehoe Jefferson For State Attorney Fifth Judicial 'I {
J D. Stephens Y. L. Watson Circuit-Stafford Caldwell.For Mr. Dilard had: Foster-Milburn C3,, of Osceola county, but such a ,
' Props., Buffalo, N. Y. class cannot be organized unless
.i and J. II. Smithwick- State Attorney, Sixth Judicial
h Fourth District-J. N. Fogarty Circuit-M. A. McMullen and W. R. there shall be at least!; ten persons ,
t Forrest Lake and W. J. Sears. Roland. E. lr Ghery hns been appointedPort who will signify their desire to take''

t For Member- National Executive For State Attorney Seventh Judic Inspector for the State Plant the year's work. If a. good teacher e i
M. Brown Jr J. T. Board at Key West. He will assume is to be secured for this work the tl
f Committee-C. : ial Circuit-Joseph H Jones and A. I Bryan Realty Company
v.. G. Crawford and Cromwell Gibbons. D. Penney. his duties at once. Board must know in advance _what I

, For Delegates National Convention For State Attorney, Ninth Judicial the prospects are for a sufficient en- : Offices on Broadway, Kissimmee,
. Senatorial District-C. -C. Mathis andH. rollment to justify .he employment
State-at-Large-.John C- Coop- Circuit-A- D. Carmichael and' Alonzo -
Pat ando H. Wells. of such teacher. This being the case Opposite Graystone Hotel .
f. -' er, Jr., E. Z. Joncs, Murphy W. Weeks. "
.,.'' For State Senator Twenty-ninth all persons interested in taking the
]I. C. Sparkman. For State Attorney, Fourteenth Ju- %
of National Convention Senatorial Di.trlct-W. E. Baker andE. above mentioned work are earnestly
For Delegates to dicial Circuit-R. IL Burford.
.t First District.-J. A. Graham, J. For State Senator, First Senatorial D. Prevatt. requested to notify County Superin- .
For State Senator, Twenty-seventh tendent C. E. Yowell to that effect d
. W. Morrie. District-W. A. McLeod and Peter '
j For Delegate to National Convention Tomasello.( I Senatorial District-A. M. Wilson not later than Monday July S, 1916. Orange Groves, Timber I ands. W. Pay Taxes far -..-&-
and C. P. Parrish. Advl'tleement22t ._, Cattle. Ranches:. Country and Menu and Ad as Owner's
Second District-L. A. Fra- For State Senator, Third Senato- .
leigh, and T. C- Merchant.For rial District-John L. Moore and R. I Chy Property Agents for Rental Property.

t Delegate terNat3onal'Conven- W:- Storrs. *- ir!
tion,.Third District Joe W., Williams For State 'Senator, Fifth Senatorial .
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and J. Will Yon. DistriCt-H. L. Oliver and. John G 1-
I', For Delegate to National Convent Ruge. Three Lots located in residence portion of St. Cloud, 1I I -
tion, .Fourth District. --*'John' L. ,Mc- For State Senator, Ninth Senatorial Florida,. north of railroad within easy distance of business : .
Whorter. District- John E. KingI; M.ayLumberCo. .
For Presidential ElectorsHarryL. For Staid 'Senator, Eleventh, Senatorial part or town. 75 foot front by 150 foot depth. Plenty ofroom .
t Bethel Martin :' P. District Charles H.1 > -
Caraballo. wJ. -- Browne. .
i' C1&1' son;'T,"*M:J DozlerT f Oscafjj MI; Jamesr'P.! $Martin nd' l!Doyle?E:;;Carl1( for a home. <. I- ,Wholesale aad Retail) Dealers IB ". .' I "
.,. "' Johnson and J. Turner'Butler.T '1{!. .Ii; kju'n-" ''j,. v .....''1<;ir' ".'jVl\' !4-"" -n,1!fjl'4"'!' >.>, N" l Off* ,Wit\i-";! :\ ;rr:' !t1rypM'a\ .'I': ; Wli.<<.,:App1y. ALLEY, GAZETTEThe ;>n.'...-.. S-flv-' -, \t : 4l.i

'' J- ,Catts I. Thirteenth-Sen': bYYELLOW PINE LLJMBERTShingles
,For Govrenor-Sidney: For State Senator, .
t L. Farris, F. M. Hudson, W. V. Knott atorial District-:-!!. L. Bussey and W. -- -
" and F. A. Wood. L. Hughlett.For and Laths I

For Secretary of State-H. Clay State Senator Nineteenth Senatorial -

>Crawford and A. P. Jordan. District-Arthur E Doneganand HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY

For Attorney General-T. F. West G. W. Crawford.For I Favorite Store of Kitsimmee' 7 t . ,
.j For Comptroller-Ernest Amos, A. State Senator, Twenty-fifth All we ask U let us figure ea your estimates.
J. Angle C. B. Gwynn .and E. P. .... Courteous Attention and.. Prompt Delivery. .

R Thagard.For Stato. Treasurer-J. S. 'Griner Magnolia Balm I Phone 21 Kissimmee Pla. I I -c

:' and J. C. Luning.. I Ibeauti. FURNITURE?
< i 1.the Liquid Face Ponder. need by famous :... ....
h I For Superintendent of Public Instruction ... If you Havo Sunburn.Tan or j . ..... .. ..
-JL.. Kelley and W. N. Freckle try Magnolia : It quickly -
'J{ Sheats. .top* the' bum and remoro Tan and -
For Commissioner of Agriculture BlemUhoa. Make. your kin soft and.mooch. r
.. E vie and '
to '
. W. A. McRae. WE HAVE IT f
aura to files (
For Justices of the Court ')
Supremo 71..... Colon t Mr. Citrus Grower: .
.8 Jefferson B. Browne R. S. Cock- fl'ba. 'Pi fia..R.d.,7J..fDup .
rell, group No. 2; R. F. Taylor, group ..III"'"d Jh4 j I For the time being we can supply you withWaterSoluble


0( LYON MFC. co.. b camBecti with oar Hardware) n.. we a ceaapletaBae Potash
........... .........No Y. carry pALL
t'J af farmitare. w. saake a specialty af ewtattiaf .kern**, aid

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.. LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED This Is the most interesting announcement made in regard to !
Bed Room Furniture, Dining, Florida fertilization since the beginning of the European war, "

"\ .Y... "Your Quirk's Chill Tonic cared my and it is in keeping with our custom of being leaders in, this industry. -*
: Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-
husband of LaCfrlppe'and. Fever after .
.i; t r 7t the doctor''medicine and other rem. a
lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
.iI 8 8t dies failed." IDEAL FERTILIZERS .

I LULA C. ROACH, Drtfton, Fla. Couches Etc.

: : 26W&c. have for a quarter-century represented tae best and most com

. plete line of plant food'combina tions possible to offer to the

This stare b aiaklac a record f.r itself !fa the matter of growers.of Florida and now in this trying period IDEAL FERTILIZERS *

HrL aelpiaf people! te aotfit homes. eo..cI.... Our prices are are doing the almost impossible-giving unlimited :

S rixht K2O.POTASH- content and aU POTASH i. strictly WATER-SOLUBLE. S

Store and bank windows ,, '
ahould be pro
pro'teetedwithaoodwire TOOLS Am. 3 to 4%; A. P. A.. 6 to 8%; Wat.-SoL Pot., 6 to &% .
*. We make
then for every pur- OLD FRUIT f
"'i partition otet N. matter what tiad el a* r...... yes hare-Cas, $teass, .

Ie t..._..,.....1"....'..1...|..wars..Mast RaJIraaal ar $tali vary Eagiae-we bar eraetiy the Teals ye* CHEROKEE FRUIT GROWER ,

r wit" imkirrtr.. .... tm yew ...,.., wark Wreackea, Hammamen, Oilen, etc, SPECIAL :* '
v.llW.: ; all .. the lest ejaaEty iml werkmaatkifv sad at price that. wiBscrpriMye '

.' .. is .. 'I'IdI... ha ... repedaticai ., .....( ..., AMMONIA-PIIOSPUATE FORMULAS .. fq;

( hardware that b e/ eapeiUeajaaBry. ajad yes will Make ... ids. and! .any other meet your, .needs.: __ ..: : ".
A. D. PENNEY take'.. 'ceeaiat bin ItQW sad .p.rfkig. ma Ug .... t tyOSceb1ahdwarAcomny : Our New Catalosra. will b. roaar.sooa. .!"r t.,t o. 'J <,: .
44 f CANDIDATE' FOR: RUBMYTISMWill u I.' .. Wilson' & 'Toomcr: I e tili rC offtpttfly T - -i i*" "
l f State. .' ': cure your'' RhramatUnn: : '" '_ '; : m.Ai. ...nrlLli: .a. ',:..: : tJ;;WgrY '
u '- Attorney.SEVENTH mtraJcia.; Headachet, ,cramps; ''''r- llutraNstlr..M..," .- <" . . : .... .:.: .."! nt,
'JUDICIAL/ Colic; spnJiUi,.Braises, Cuts and : : ......... Omm--. 1tssdr S3...J..."... fir..ub.* ..... ........,';,..1..
Darns Old Song, Stings of Insects ... :: u.....e. a __ ....'.Ti.a."'., ...- ." ":" -1-.".". 1;,''.
i ......,..... .. CIRCUIT. . EtcrAmrii. *.tio J,...tited Internally "..._. :g-!.,,.,...'3:t".C'" 25OgISSS5. : .. e.. .1 k 4 ,r it' lkv.r':

t ' ?"' (PaU.,AdT.rtl..m.nt) ..(sad externally..:.Price 25c. .. ..V

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J lnp.ctoni," ntl -W.: Maklnson.' Oltrk. 'l.4-. .S. I). 'S2i' -._.=a...-......-.:.. 'm. u; convs/!" out. ahead, 'In a chance to' show Children that are ffccUd- by vrornn say "Sister Susie's"* 'S.Wine.g. hii-t : .

of the{ l'r..clnct Mo. 2. Shingle Cre../k( -L.P,0 -. I'. _... .. v2B }nd liable to contract Soldiers. ft. ) .
Proceedings ) '1 Tlaon. J. H. Joiner: o. C. Uronaon Inpertora H. H. I>. No. 4 ,w.....;*..4"r... 2141 111 such aop ta1it.y. are pale and sickly .
and A. If.. Fox clvrk.ITvrlncl II. a n. NO. t --- -_-_..,_. .._. !M all some fatal WHITE'S She repeated it to her friend. <"
No.1. Campbell>. !t. I*' 9. 0. D. ?4.. 6-a.--------- 121'11 -
CommissionersThe ,,".r. H. B Hrown.V.. Collins,.. In- ::: ExnState President Wyandt and CREAM VERMIFUGE expels worms private rehearsal, and was"congratu
County pcctori.. and J. A. I3ron on. clerk. Total/ :: : 17.40041( "performance
-- --- --- child the lated .
I'rnrlnctf No.4. SI Cloud-Lynn Warrant; were;.ordered cancelled daughter Miss Pleasant, of Lake Magdalene promptly .and puts, the on upon ""
DauirlK-rty. T. N. Karr Italph Keviiulda, (various fund a. follow: road to health. Price 25c per bottle. "Yeth" she added dubiously "but |Jt;
liiaiivrtora, and Harry: aomi, clerk. OenerRr revenue ..__-._....._..:_.. 001( ( H near Tampa, are summering- in
.. 'm........ ..-: )fllV 1. l I.. J'mclnet No. leer Park-P.t"rRaulrraun Ueneral r"ua<| ___________.,-?__ 8BK 28 Ohio their former home. Miss Pleasant Soltf by Osceola Pharmacy.. ith thuth an ectheodinffly difficult remark -
e The Hoard of Cotiniv Coinmlmloner* N.' d"AInJlm W. M. Avaiit, Hard H. road _________,.______ 6015 19 work Into converthathioneethpethially
In and for Oaceo'la County, Klorldn. met jnapoclora, 'o .: dork.' ,'lite and forfeiture __________ tea 49 may be away several months, and to a
at 10 a. ,i%. on abo\e dale, IhereeVielnK l'rf"-loc' < No 0\ Krtianavllla K. Special pub. ._ ___'_ ...... 1UI .10 when conthider '
preaant K. I* Ijealey. Chairman : H. V. '' .,, a H Fertk/ '\. V. Phllllpa, Inspector There belnir---no- further- -- bualnea h... will be greatly missed as she was HER DIFFICULTY you
I..anler, A. K Him rounir. Tlndall. AV. << *. and Kandolh Young;, clvik.I'liolncl fore the beard the board adjourned ti that I have no thither Thulhie.'
because lovable C. E.
It Walker Commlaaloneia: John H: \I No, 7, Jtuasinger-C. V.'. 1111. meet on tI'. Itlh day of Juno. IB 1(1. a very popular, ,.
Cads$ Attorney for the Hoard and J. I i Hard W. \V. Chandl"rj O. H. llauloraon, K. 1* I.KSI.KV Chalrmun. girl. who lisped very badly ,- JoWW.N. "
i I verI.trct Clerk and Auditor. i Innin-ctori/, .. clerk.. Attest: J.I' U OVKHHT.HEUT, Clerk. Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System .
The minutes reirular I meetlnKi I I J'reclnct, No.8. NarcootiHoff. -It. H. --.;... 'w. 'treated specialist and I IoaOVK'
.tnJh a
April 3rd, 3143, : ,Hpvclal Meet tliig or Hull, K. U ICvan., M. U Tlndall. Inp -. Tb Old, Standard general trenstbniBSj taste:-A-:" .
April 18th., .Idle vterv rend and. "< orll. and C. U. Huekley, clerk.\ In Gainesville something _is. goingon after i practice and the expenditure TASTEI.ESSChtll TONiC drim tMIt ,'.i('-.".j
proved. J'rerlnot No.9.. L >koa"e-"-. C. (Ian.a right along For April tho Missionary Mah.ria.earkhrl the blood.aad beilduaplbs eys.tela 1<' ;

MrV' n ('"........tord. .... .. ...' ap.1( ,,,,, (I. jVk"'rt\\I.'i\ '. M. led pin. lnsp''o> J oti some money !learned to"Domats A tn .Ujnte. Fo adults &at cd4rn. 90s.
Mr. \VI11IVllllama.. appeared before the Board and. preaetned 1 J-ri-clnct, No. IA, Mulberry Hlnk-C. T. J -- -------- '
and rend In ( board a petl Sullivan' M. I... Con, J.V., Camnltoll.. tnuportorii was their most successful event
tlnn, apiilylnir to old open board for n IIcenae and I I'. J. I Dalley, cli-rk. I GRACE E. TOWNSEND. .
lo construct and i>etnte a toll The attorney 'for I tile Hoard was In* CALOMEL LiV I
brldve Itlver at over Haaalnwcr.nod acroan.lhe heirlnnlntr KlBHlmmMe. at, the 'I[ aitruct&4 bund to proceed with. validation of- The Dixie Endeavor for May has May 30, 1916. DYNAMITES. YOUR

following eacrtlMd point on aald I rlv..r'' TI..' Clerk was Instructed to ndvertlanfor this item" conoyn'm! workin North- -
bank In io el4.fl' 36, iownnhlp 8.6rnnirj. .. bids A 9 ..nat. :. ItlMlrlfl NIn. 1. Muiti.i !a .... a..nd eastern district: "One of the moat you ,
- '-
': --Jleulnttlnu l nt tlio norfli..n.t corner| of asphalt; : Mddttrs to make emlmnto on recent additions to the Hat of Y. 1'. not cure' the trouble and makca : YOU SICK AND SALIVATES- -
1// nnd IS feet road. !
I liFe 'Irth..1 I quarter IN\\ 4 ) .,f poe- -
,tlou thirty (BO). townshIp *thirty-five I. Tin lolNiwInfr lilllfl were '..examined S. C. E.: 7ri Florida is the accioty\ in the skin bleed. Apply' BALLARD'S"SNOW

till) no. w t h, r a n sn. tliIrty.4hr.I <8 3) approved anti ordered puld : . LINIMENT. Rub :It Hi gentlyon
r ea"t. run west 2718 feet thenco south k.. Ij. l. Mley, coin nnu nillcnffef 4 00 the U.ilon Congregational church of:

F, 44Jff:; fet t, tin-now west 1K3.3 (..<.t.. thencenouth K V J.nlll"r. minio 10 (00 Jacksonville. Theait the affected part It relieve1) itching -.4.
j 1400feet.. thence. nouth 0624 orreca. weat SO4 to point In cenlei* of i Vounir. llndnll, same __ 26 00W. O3rtahiy) 1>o congratulated on the : ; !instantly and a few applicationsremoves Lher Tom" Starts Your Urn sells you a 50 rent bottle of DadMnT If:. .:
I.Valken.. attune 411 00
( road 25"6 ,
:0 WPN' rl.I<))7.6 feet thence atonic Mouth ceoiter d.r: anM: I a J. H. Him*, janitor': __ 1,0
road, thence aouth SC.ft deurroe raNt Hiivlx, aupt. i P. K. _. CO (ill and all pf 4is wish fop unlimited permanent cure. Price 25c, EOc and back guarantee that each spoonful| will ,
M \ court 2S (00
Murphy. Judge co
;Lf. fort flunK or Id *
center an Countvrond 1"' Sold Oscoola clean sluggish liver better LI,.,.. a.. ,. "
to fwlnt nn river bank ten < 10) M. Murphy\ jditu Jvlle 'CU12 (0 success." $1.00 per bottle. by I a Day's Work your
fet from water edirt from mid 1 point J. II. r>w.>nH, mnlnteiiHncp. 10(I i>oH doM of gaMy calomel and that tt won't ";

run mouth KG 6 deicrcea, oust 1S8 feet M. McClelland maintenance__ Hi < 0t4amucl Pharmacy. make you sick. ....tDodllOn'
river nt which the anl.1 Montnduca. same ff (00Mr Feel
croaa place liver
river In ilK feet In width and approximately Jnna lenienta. Auine __j- 5 00Mr : I During lhe All-South convention; of LIren up your sluggish Liver Tone I. real liver .i'Inrdrcioe.
*: Andrew Slnimona, same 10 (CO34m. A LITTLE OP EACH line and cheerful ; make ;your work a
0 6'6 feet In mean d Atlanta,. July 13-16 tt handsome banner You'll know it. next morning ,
Whereupon on motion ( rlt: V. I- \ LxHcey Johns, amo 1110\ pleasure be vigorous and full of ambi j
T ler, seconded byV. F. Walker, and FrAnk Kvan, same 60 will be presented to t.he'It.nt.e that tim But take no n..t)', dangerous liecauM you will wake Ur.feeling fine,

t carried fl'rant'd. requeat and Ihe of original Mr. W)1 bund)llama RI'dl.y was Ola 11'....HMlawHV.Ulncy i'nduett same'mime_ __. _._ 100 6\ (00 makes the best record on five points. They had never stayed at able calomel because it makes you sick and your liver will be stomach will
ns diuincM be
Mr. Wllltama at Hi* reirular meeting Kin 1 II. Mach limpet ejcctlun. __-. S 00II. i I:4'W! societies "Dixie Endeavor' subscriptions hotel before, but both Jones and hi.wire' you may lose a. day's work.; and !gone; '
0 M. Knt*. mime, t 00 tweet and bowel regular.)
of thiWihonrd In -
April Iftlfl auicksllrerwhich
WaN Calomel l is
approved .. it. No half-measures mercury or '
J. "1. S 00 enjoyed il
and accepted. b v tho1..n'd.. iMtttrr. Hm - "Standard" societIes "Ex-
Dodaon's Liver Tone U
1 necrosis of .the bonem.Calomel entirely Trge-
.. II M. Uraltan. aame t 10 causes
Jlt H Marlon' Porter appeared *
befor< for them wanted the whole
t?; the board. . an datated that n Mra Par- .1(1. C. llronaon Ran S 00( cellent" societies ai.d All-South I -they hog crashes Into sour bile like table, therefore harmless. and "n, not.

1 ton. of Klnalmmee w as In de. ..tltuteIrcumMtRnces I.I... P.H. Tlnoti Tlner. Imp Inapt, del.election. bit bXII_. 4 t (6><0 l finances. Florida is near the top !>o and missed nothing that was going."We.1I ; dynamite, breaking It. up. That's when alivate.. Giro it to your children.
'i nnd unnted the ,hotitd -
I ( her car fare to Atlanta., V. U. Uronaon name 2 00 far-but other unions are' likewise have dinner here tonight you feel that awful nausea and cramping. MIllion. of people are using DodM>n'* .
on motion of A. "'. ItiiitatM'cmidfd ,.1. A. llrmmon. Inapt del. bit bxa 4 60II wife" said Jones as they discovereda Listen to met' If you want to enjoy Liver Tone instead of dangerous Calomel ..,,
I I.. Overclreet, Inapt election 2 VOII wide-awake and hustlirg! to ltet
will ..
bvV F Walker and carried the nicest gentlest liver and bowel now. Your druggist .. .1 you Visit
. .. _
,. .
2 00 **
K Brown sun
the board Inntnirted the {I..rk dining in the hotel. Hi
loflrnvt new
theio. room -
sal Calomel U almost ,
take the of
a arrant for $22.8 t
Mr John K ('nd..I.l attorno\ for t hetmnrd H, ItnlHden. Inapt lilt bxa.. lo r roH The Flower committee (pc"l-nps) it waiter!" a. spoonful of harmless I>odaoa.'. Liver entirely here.We .
who vita InHtmet to nurelmnetick II IKerllc, Inapt lection\ 2.0 "
M A. Kliilllnumime 2 (MlK might beUtr be called "Sunshine") "Yissir! and the highwaymandashed "
( ft the Nail Mra Par I on i iMr ,
1."J. MacltonoiiKh reported to theHoard (>. 1 flass. slime' 2 ('0 forward. :.-
0 W \.V. rimiKller, nanm 2 00: of Winter Park South Central district ,
that h. had made of I he .
aur\ev -- -- i
: i
road between St ('lou.1| and Melbourne 1" K Dliinncuu. Inant. kit bxa. IA 00 have had neat cards made which "We want dinner" said Jones "din- rfr-I.J11L-IlL, ... ,* v.q V"" .
'V. II. Wnlker. lnpt election.\ 2 00v .1.
and w ould/ have 'I flea t Ions u "
apt t
complete III few (daa \ K flil.-l'hill., same 2 (tin read as follows: "Gre"! tinif3 'torn the ner for two.

A committee conalatlntr of Mr. Ed It. K. Wlllla. Blimp 2 00Alfnd sir. Which will
Y. p. S. C. E.. Dear Friend-You "Certainly, you
t NlihulHiilli. same it 00Jt maybe
forRo P M "",'n..I"'m.. Ulicher.. .

and. Mallett.J. A. n J.rim I.m. IIlarfrraxe.appeared/ before. Stivnrt the :rrM l II. UuInapt( lilxon., ...\lilt. ..hX-;; ::-_- ... 14 2 (:00II. *0II a stranger in Winter Park or yia have, table d'hote or a la carte ?" L. Douglas j

board In th.* lnt'*rent of the route bo- A. ration. Inapt.rhtctton._ 2 00J may be here permanently. You may: That stumped Jones. But he w snot
W Omnpbell, name 2 (00II I
t"'n !Kl. Cloud end MelbourneHoard the to surrender. For
a moment -
member of this other
.. >e a or some
(J llnncuvk Name 8 (00T '
-- .
took feceaA until 2
a m .
hoard: :met at 2 p m. a full n board 1wpr.'aent. < : :. ulllvan. pmne :-_ 2 (10Mrs. church or you may not. We take he pondered, but only for a "
1nr .. M K KlKrpana. aup to K O 6 Co
0 The Clerk wan Inntructed bv the New ":d'n I'liint Co., rpr co Itdfte V 19 pleasure however in extending to you I moment. I $3.0O $3.50 $4.00 $4.50
I Waters & O ur lioard to draw the following wnrrantflC "What do wife" he said
behalf of: the I you think I
on Congregational
Lbr. lumber 68
May 'o.
'V. <1ritYln." Supervlaor of KetrtHlrntlon. -- --

919.129 offlrpm for amount herVnrren nald to deputvTf'Klpitratlon I.u\v pt.-r II MakliiHDM& riathor.I aup autu H ex(J .- _._ .- 21 15 I (I'(.u 4 Church a cordial invitation to any and calmly. "Oh, hang the expense! I and 5.00 Shoes for MenI ,,:

wurk at poor f"rln.: S11 25: Wnt.'ra for& New Eden i I'liint. Co. Bvrup H U. 1. fill I all our meetings, and assure you a I Waiter bring us' some of each."
(V1t Parnon frooer"o for I.. II I I rugruu In. coat co. court.72 KOM
auppllea coon0 '.. _ welcome. We shall strive to make all .
IN 70 \
< ''u. Trii.un.advertisinj You
border of
tv Iniard 161111. A. W.
pauper ul thy ( leical ad\ urulblnnka I In every home where there is a baby COM save money by wearing L. '.'
r M "
I I. Chaunr.'Rlnl"non.( re f li <'HI.F..n i E.r;;;. .: .__ 33 (00 I our meotinga mutually helpful. Numbers I
.-r..1 road fund.. f'.Olln< 4)0) for refund to -- I there should also be bottle of Mc-
frnm hard nurface. road fund llol HIIHB. mule hire .. _.n __ _ 39 (no 10:29.: a Douglas Shoes---Value GuaranteedFor
Mr. Mud Jim Shepherd. barherlriK c\cta 3 f>0V GEE'S BABY ELIXIR It be i
0 >ormurh prenenlfd 1 nn 1I.n-1 may
11. Ised bill a how, In ft t he total ",' .) \ Chalker. guarding :ili. .I 33 W. L. has for
years Douglss' name Blood shoes of ,4
S M. Uodu.TH.. annie 411..0( needed at any time to cprrcct sour !
th* mir\av of new road u hlch w na33OO lInt, (( _._ __._ 3S liO Mrs. Howard C. Gates long time,
row Hnme
27. o"ld bill w'nn ,'xamlnn.l. approved it. stomach wind colic diarrhoea I the highest standard of quality for the price. Ills name and
and ordered I \\iltem & C tlrn.0 mule fd_ 2CiMra (' 96 when Miss Edith Krook of or summer -
i Mr T. H. Ouv app-ar paid 'd before the I.. It. Farmer lulic convcta II (CO I scretary complaint. It is a wholesome the retail price stamped on the bottom guarantees full value and ;
A. A. NYltc. "". sadll.----- 3 50( Pomona and Northwestern work has
5i oard and slated that hla horne fell repr ,
0 A 11 O__ 5 25 contains protects the wearer against high prices for inferior shoes.They .
I throuHh one of the county brldircn. and. hopkins Kempp. aup with remedy no opium morphineor ".
: Mr. Gates for their winter
M Kal Hiippllea 13 2Jaa gone
-- - the bent known
wan crippled and nnkert the bonrd toSay injurious drug of kind. Price are shoes In the world. I
.' him damage' but the board 1 after Shoe Co. ahoeato home at Lake Como, to Cleveland. O. any (

anY\l II darnaRea the matter refufied tri allow I I.. H H Jarmi-r(I---------------------: --lr'; Hrr;; HO. itIt 8-12 We hope Endeavorers thero will lookher 25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by Osce- W. L. Douglas shot's are made of the most carefully se-

t: The Clerk prenented and read In Kl*'me W. & I... plant. \\'. and 1... in filIlurkloj ( ola Pharmacy. IflCtf'CIl.alher after the latest models, in a well-equipped factory

0 r open people Rrtnrd of MaNflniter n petition aftklntr,alined' the bv boat the, <'. I. llancM; Mornnn.tommlHHfona; lumber .-_ 74 32 (B7>4 up. I at Brockton. Mass. under the direction-and personal Inspection i ...

J Jo. Mil pr.'s.'nt.'d bv MrV.. S (.. II Iimr-uni. feed prlHonera. H(1/ Handkerchiefs could not be gayer. of most and
I pay I IPeoplc's a perfect organization the highent paid
_.. K8 fiTiMnrh I
H I. l.upfi-r. ronunlHiilona In the last issue o the "Young
Pearce for "
I work that he "Ion ron"! '
I, at Hgisinger. but the bonrd having III iiro... gas to K C. _n _ 12 26 Broad silk and narrow soutache skilled shoemakers ; all working with an honest determinationto
best known of DavidC.
0 r bill a former he meeting rcfutu,. to work pRH.....' I... H. IiiKram.. __ _coat. __ McClellandoaae _..--_ 20 611 Weekly I I i braids both play their respective make the best shoes In the world. '
F on t rounds that done Cook's famous line of Sunday
_. _ _
r WaN don without authority from the T M MurphY Hnme -- I H3 I roles on cloth .suits and one-piece
1.. 11. Ittfrram out IturiuaII case H 25T school is of "The 1
a picture
float Ruperlnor or Hoard of CriuntvComnatflwlonera papers I
__ __ frocks. WE SELL THEM
again( refuaed pavmentThe . M Murphy, Name 1 !b9 sergo
r OHceolit Tel Co, phont rent top Golden Rule" class of the Congregational .
Clerk nnd read
preaented In K ._ ..... .. 3 no I
board petition aliened the -- -- --
( open a by school at Cocoanut GroveWe
people ..\Vhlttler.. .iaklni*: that MraLe A. Haaa. amt pd to Co. pauper II tIll Preparations for a large stock -:-
1 >ax*..y John be allowed $16.00 per John H. (Cadi I, car faro co. pupr 22 KO I know it ia largely composed from the -
1. It Farmer nipt guards ion( (noV farm near Ft. Pierce are being made-
month for maintenance, the honrd after -
O \ Aahton.: mar road Krad'K 75 OOHobt I splendid Senior C. E. society of that
dlactiaalnfr th* matter decided that

Instructed hey could Clerk not' allow to draw aald amount warrant and for P. "1.. MorKati.ItaMH. horse stakes. hire co surveyor. aur'yr I S 05// church and therefore feel a right to 'grass clearing are the underway.ground and planting Para H. C. STANFORD COMPANYThe

|6 00. J. U Than' chalnman: 19 daya\; SK 00 1 share in such an in-the-paper honor. ,
Knoch Tlaon. chalnman 17 < utyI 36 00 .
Mr. O. n
Ramaey engineer of the
0. . Orlando road work filed final eatlmatA Mlaa Jeaafe( Padgett Bteno work I Cocoanut Grovo is in South Eastern .

0j) k on been work' completed.and mated that the work u .had for 0'trl.; -.,-jail .nupplles.a..c->--* 6 7 00Oacciola KBOno.ola I iIstr! ct. They'also have a Junior society. No. 666 b. -ft........ 11I.. lflJr1_to''_iA'i,1L. -.riJL lAn S.MJ1FU1IJ .'

Mr,, Ullleaple. one of the reprenentatlvea 0 Mdw Co.,. aupllea K. a.',' 28,55 I', I :. ..7 7 .
A." J. MaeUonouich surveying on : :-- s 0
of" the. Alabama Pavlnfr Co i i"
0 pearedubpfore. the.c board and nuked* .ap 14 e110u roe, rd and. lirolllo' *'clth jlfll!t'iH' $ > i't''>t\\ \ : .tes'i'n.i' Thii is a prescription prepared especially 0 . -_0_ 0 _ _ _ _ .LV '
J.\fl.", Chunn0. co. pyHcanudjjni> ; { .
A th.m'tonotlfyu.Ihebondinir'.cornpany I ; '' I
that the*..' road waa i eomplctedYnnd! also H.4'l.r! UrlirKerB.imaliHeiiancaajHilSlO (00) IJ WejareJ noti suhajhowlmany! ,bright for MALARIA or CHILLS A. rEVCR. . ;,:':T.
reoueHted. that the board. remit the John avla. care of puuper-ii/2' 1 r BOII. I faced youiif''folkfr'portrayed| in the Five or six: dotes will break any case, and ." 0 :
M. McClam. meals elct Inapt 75 If taken theta ..
$620 00 retain for their not completing a tonic the Fever will not
Joe "'..IR"ht. aupplle to H. (I._. 13 00Thomaa I graduating picture in "The Kissim- "''
0 contract In time and after somedtac.iaslon return. It act the liver better than 0
Hunter road work _. 26 45 on
A. F. Pus. the..on".1 bonrd bv upon,\\. F motion Walker of. J. C. ''Jrlffln ii-pra co. \\anon 23 loWatern I moo Valley Gazette" are Endcavoreig, Calomel and does not grioo or slckco. 2So 'of the world '

'and carrled.orecln.l.'d' the action of the & C (Jio. Co supplies. I but that leader Miss eyes
i iboard are sure one I
_ _
.0,1 on April :3rd 191ft. instructIng I' county pauper _ _._ 6 00 .
C.V.. 0 the enrlneer to retain the $520 00( Inflnnj ,
ifTlcerH _ _ 192 ...5Mra
with th' and l
l aettlepirnt "
tnwrVucted the ('terk. to draw H J. llallex.. maIntenance K (HOJ -
In favor *f thA nald. company n warrant for- I. I.. II r..rov"B. aup. ('... aur'>'r 15 19 llaytoin has coidiully. invited the i are the whoSAVES ,.
I2S23.40 balance due A. M Chaunoey. maintenance 5 (00(I on man
I F ).... "'. .1. Tlarber appeared before the itt rs. (1 M!. Vounir.: nialnti I .iiui one 5 (Ml woikers of East Central district for
John S: Cadel. Bat atty board_ 244 Hoard bill
P and for
presented a hauling
.a Ala I'avlnK'Co.. bal l.avlnlC, rd 2321 40 autumn-time convention, this year hut
I aw dust on the lltlllard 1 Inland road
w .. .., H E. K\nna, d..m.lJr"nl K5 (0(1Kul (
r which bill WPB " .d to regular meitInic I Glenwood did first and therefore may
work nt P. F 11 L5
her Warren
I of the Hoard In May for aiMtlcIlon -
t I '.tJ. ment.1L J. 1.. llarifiave aup co. Inu' 36.0 I
K' T* ealev read In open board 1 State Hunk of KlBalmmeo. Int. 1 '
6 67
on loan w fill 14. 1 mo-
L n final ntatement from !Mr O It Itam-
l k coy aa to bin. eommlaRlona. on road work State Hank of Klaalmmee. Int.
0 on loan w. 6076. 9- moa_ 11 S3Qeneral
and the Clerk warn Inntrueted to drew
a warrant In favor of Mr Ttamie for road fund. aa refund._ KOOO (00/
. Tho Tax Collector'a I.lcenae Report For Congress
$S *t. balance dun ha commlHHlonaMr
1* H Farmer turned In to the showed the following collected for yeneral ,
Board a check for 11 SII nn. aame luring 12275 and for auto 126.140. j \
0 amount that he received for one of the Tax \Collector Poll Tax lleporthfiwul Fourth District
the following collected 15500
,, (
4; u.ot county
. the
Clerk! wan. instructed to write The Treasurer Report showed \
tt following balance on hand April 30th.Oeneral }
: 'the Comptroller and auk for A A day.
.' .uu 'extension on time fur paving(: (axe.. 1.111: .9 FORREST LAKE
_ ._ s23ft 70 -
revenMe .
-- "
u ITpon motion of A. F. Itaaa duly aec- ., for moment
711'4 a matt
Fine and forfeiture - young ; ,
ndad and carried the Attorney for the PAUSE
.0 .. .. 0 ,
0 School fund ._ S27 BOenernl
.. --
Hoard Inatructed to draw un a resolution .
;' for the oonntUiitln rood __ .__.- 292 13 ofSanford
0 proIdlnic thought to self. The
or I'Iperl..l' Road and Bridge DI..l..I..1"No.2. (Special "publicity fund - ::
and for the tnauance of bond !Inth Surface II F 0
auto* of 1250.000 00 for the conMnic S. a 1>. No.1 807 65: problems that confront

lion of road. nnd bridges In aald dlatrlct you now, or

0 0 i The. M.d.liii Hoard adjourned C. until 10 a. mMav .. STATESBORO MINISTER (h" U.fril....Mri) -will a few years hence. *-

The Board met at 10 a. m. Ma2nd... J
lit 14. n full board being prenent.
I. .. The Board waa called to order by the Look about th An
0 Chairman. CEREAL HELPRev. you- of affairs ia couatrr, state, natioa- ...

S Commlaaloner I A. F movi d that' fa tbe world tk. *h started
'i, 'board appoint Mr Rd.a"I" *:. RamWrammer. are Hen to save early in life.

0 t*. H Front and WilliamIRkrcher J. Powell Tells How He Found WANTED! AmoEsperie.ced -
as road Inapectora. for Special' New Strength to Give to Ernest stt They have are and. confidence
0 Head and Drldve |tt.(rlct No 1 J. which The Standard Hide and Jnnk respect Ike comHanity. l

motion waa seconded by Young' Tlnvlall His Labors. Co. Orlando Man for
but waa not carried for the reason Rev. J. Powell of Statesboro Ga., Fla.. are paying the The look oIlier
.. that the construction of road In an Id suffered from stomach troubles so seriously highest cask prices for Hide. STATE COMPTROLLER om the side-- t the fellows who rpend all! ll ,y

.- "vlalon district of cornea the Hoard ..
and that no tnspvctora were ". .r..aryor lie struggled on under the handicap Old Ran Old Metal. Old'R.b- personality rdect7nucleus
% ,
: required.I
best he could hardly
as realizing,
The Clerk read In open hoard nn her Tires etc. Ship them
0 affidavit of Sarah J, BaIley! In which perhaps, just how much his sickness your COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE A doflar.
or M deposited Im this baak will
In need of hides and and jet be the
k ahe stated tt'h' waa aa- was hurting him. Jnnk prompt '
v atstancM from county, whereuponboard of konorable
of Majrr's The house an independent
Instructed Clerk to draw warrant One day he learned Won returns. largest in EXPERIENCE. I WILL APPRECIATE career.

In her favor for $ na maintenance derful Remedy. lie took the fIrst dose Central Florida. Write Wire orTeleplll. Make your befinninf now-today. You -,
>: board; also Instructed theCI.rk -then decided to take the full treat YOUR VOTE.
te cut 8. M. McC'h'lIu to $5.(in .... Warehouse No.....lO, bank .book will pave the way.S.tateBank.
I I' per month. 3. B Owen 101M 00 per ment. He wrete: 1Pa.ld Advertisement)
East Cknrck.
0 { month. Mra A. Simmons to 18 Ort) per "Since using the six bottles of your 21-61 ,

\ '''month. Mrs, O. M. Young to $600 per wonderful remedy I feel like anotherman. .

montfl.Cost -- -- ---- -- ----.
Dills In Ce... of State of Florida It has been quite a wonder to "

.1' ..... c. H. Burdaall and tAe va W. me to know how one could have a '
'2- McClelland were. examined and ap- stomach disease like mine and live

., "Pen.lon I-jroved, claim of E. H. Fennell and and do the work I did. I just escaped

,J ,"B" rlft''. feed wa. exc the operating table.

... ::.Y, So mlned The Board and approval appointed the following "Now I can eat what I please aid R. S. LOYD of Kissimmee

,. > .* verve. a. Inspectors at th. It doesnt bait mo night or day. .-
.W. fJrlmaTir: Election of June th. UII: Mayr's Wonderful Remedy giv spermanent InGroceries
4. 0 Precinct No. 1. -- KlwImmee E.Lpf.r . Capital stock
'';Ii : H. N..'flratton.W. O.. Hank In.. : results for stomach liver _- ---______ __________1100,000.00
and intestinal ailmeata. F..t. much
!. ! ----.:._--------________. 400,000,01II
and whatever like. No dl..
t more
0 :ae.a..r WItbjstd tb. "_ r'r you IhyrGr&in a.nd FeedComet

'0 %'ma t1MWeak tress after eating pressure of gsa IB Ofkers and Diracten..kM C
J .
the stomach and,eurooAd the h.stGit ,

0 .\ e.cvJ.Old p.who&are.bOeH woak.will! stren.aaio.uiger* on* bottle) of your drvfffcist now and I Broadway' and Daldn Are.T '" Co x CARCN. ,'P.: j:'M.'LEE. Vic IW. *

.. .
absolute -
0 tar .JL} o. an parantee-U V ..'
". the depressCksiwhotefTatem '
.... ...ue4 to ao tbOt
n 1tKAr42aJvs.ssrs'r .
not satisfactory money will bo retvrned. -. ** -1* t
1-) l'1ag betIC 0' ......... by tak1ag; ..r.IarIi h. - .. --
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-TODAY JUNE 2 1916." '


TRICITY TO TH1 CITY or K1881M. I monthly '0;' Jh. last of each ,.calendarmonth ....nty.....* :(TI) feet to. the place of rlct for two rear. next after the Ice- ., .
A. 1ITEPHENSBUYS !::21a1JT? TJiJD 1'I,1CKER BRICK,COM- upon 'th* faithful performanceof ,,ginning.Dated t Ion and I., fix the numb of solEs of.1 '
the terra and condition herein by thIs the 4t1l day Mini>> district school tax to b* lvld and col- Select Homes choke ,Farms tVaca
Mak. a_*cr0.-7 mark"T. (X) thIn >arty of the first part,. during the con. LEE JARRE.-....(.. annually for the said. twoy.ars., ,
question your EhOIC" Inuane of this contract 'lIpecl.1! Mauler ntChanc.ry.Solicitors' The following to act
are appointed
ORANGE COUNTY LANDA. YOTIC FOR IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the partle 'KRJBDS .. 8TEED., at said election: t Lots aH Acreage
the favor of entering Into contract for, hereto have by their proper -officers set for Complainant. tft-tj WIlttier-W.UII.O. Phllllpa & H. Fric. I
of furnishing et electricity to the City heir hand and seals the day and. year t J. B. Tumtlln, Inspector; A. H.
Vlslmme* by Tucker Brick. Com- first above written. MASTBilfd SALK. U. ".. cUrk. MRS. SUMMERS
Ik Stevens of Kisslnunee has Against '. In the Presence of: x: 11-41 White Leaf nay_iC H Willis. O. W.'
'urnl.hlnll'& ntrlna Into con tract.for th. Notice I* hereby given that; pursuant ...rtlc. B. H. Guy. Inspector.; F. M. 608 PcflDdd St.. 50 KluImea
thirteen seres of land in Tucker Brick of electricity to th.. city by HOTICK OF" SALIC!, to a final decree rendered .by the IDd rl.. cUrk. a ,
.purchased' Com '. _
Honorable James Dons by order of the Board of Public
secf W. Perkins. 'Judge
Orange'! county, near Orlando. 'Speaking thl.Unanlmouoly 10th .. .In open oe..lon. I. the Ca.*,. Court I. ... fr o. the Circuit Court of the Seventh I nstructlon Oiweola County Florida, -- .- -- '
Alay. U". ... Cesaty. 8 a*. .t ...lerI.... Judicial Circuit-of the Stat. of Florida his the tlat day ot Maw A. D 111* .
of the deal the Orlrndo Reporter- -. W. THOMPSON. i,n and for Osceola In Chan.'jry W. 0. IJ. Chairman.: THE FLORIDAMETAlPROWCTSOOL:
Approved President of the Council. Basil Mach as..* Kraest Mea r*-sr4. on the let aouo"ft"M A. I>. Attest: C. E. TOW ELL/ :
Star says: 91.. this 10th day Cof May A. D. .era dvlaa .>..!..... .. Meek Br*
),{ City' Jt :i.'i'm. .era., l'lat.tlft. Oulce vs. Sclplo .C. D. Car. ..
A. ","Among the "prominent real estate J. H.s7or H. If th. o .. AS8UMI"IIIT. oil and D. tt Jenkins:, \: a* Special I SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE: : .
KI..lmm..e.. M.y. Mayor 0' the Cltr.of H. G. BVIver an*' D., G. McKay. .> Mastery In Chancery. on the firit Mon- METAL
deals) of the past few days la the Hoi- and declare. Florid.that do hereby . '. day, In ,Jun.., the same being the Sib Un'!.r. and by virtu of a decree oforerlosure
the qualified a special election of To All Whom It ." day of June A. n. iSIS. between the f made by the> Hon. Jaa. W' CEILINGSCULVERTSSHINGLES 'l
Mrvn. .
qk' property situated at Fairvilla b* held at Ureyston oli-elore Casino of said city will Notice la Bherflf that the un'deraigned tours of II o'clock a, m.. and 3 I o'clock I Ip. erklna Judite of' the Circuit Court ofscnola T
said building In as of Osceola County >. m.. at the front of the Court House 1 () County Florida In a case In
city durlna
near Lake'Fairview. The property was voting on 'the : the regular hour of State of Florida* acting under and by door In Klsslmme. Omceola I county, (Imnorry wherein Laura H. O'Bryan I*
Virtue of a Final Judgment renderedn Florida wljl otTer for sale to-tlm highest omplnlnant And George It. Green and
cold to A. Li Stevens, of :JCiscimmet, upon Brd the Day ef .. A. n.lSlS i i the .above race on the 4th day of and best bidder for cash th*. h la wits I. F. Ureen, are defendant ANp OTHER
th.e purchase price approximating Utctlno question of ratlfylnsr or re- March A. I). 11116. will expose for l owing described' property: a djudirlnw to lie due to complainant the
for the furnishing of l ale and sfll Court doorat .. CQI.I
t'1t'cl rlcl fontrA..t at the House i.ef'nnl"T fifty-nine and um of $1(0.24 by the said defendant; SHEET METAL
6000. It consisted of thirtcen'acres the Tucker City of Klsslmme by }Klsslmmee Osceola county. Florida. (&8"y,, d.. north of't.e) Icorn.r have taken charge of, and will cx-
which Brick Company. copy o( jn the first Monday In *. of the southwest, quarter of the' >o*" for ale In front of the Court
about six of which contract i Is Ih'.n"hI'j't: !:
arc ,set to grove. The. published herewith. auction to and outhwest quarter of seCtion 16, township "louae dour In Kisslmmee.. Oiweola
;1t . M ii ii 111 in 11111 mi ti hereby following appointed" qualified to electora. are be.l'bldd..r for cash, the following' described 15. range t* east run thence Bounty, Florida, during the legal hour I' MATERIAl hI
said Special serve as officers of property of l>. O. McKay here north seventy.nlno and one-half (711"tt) o f sale, on Monday the Ird day of July. w iTt T OAY. ,oIHO 3PCCIAC
Election: n. D. Qulce, J. ofore levied upon under writ of exeutlon yards; Ihencp west slxty-nlna and 1 Die, to the h.I\.t. bidder for cash, I ,
Lc1vcrlisemcnis N.W. tAlly A. j>.. Hilbert Inspectors. ; H. Issued lit said oase purauant to ne-half (169"" > yards: thence. south '. the follow!ner described real estate, inIsceola f9A"'TALOGU $ QUOTATION*

1 IJratlon.In Witness Clerk. aid judgment: eventy-nlne and 'one-half <7.H) ( county, Florida. towll: Peginning JACKSONVILLE. a 5 ...-t UIi.
Whereof I have hereun One Ford automobile. tril.J: thence I east slxty-nlno and ono at the northeast corner of lotiKhty I
Ad caused to Set my the hand a.. Mayor of said city The purchaser" shall.j>ay for bill of 8>U > yards, to the place of beginning g' I HO) of the ,Florida Land and
: : : corporate seal. of said city said land
lying and being In I improvement Company'. Addition to the
to[ be hereto affixed, and the same attested inc.This the 6th day of May. A. IX 1911.U the County of Osceola and State of 'City of Klsslmme*. and run south 4S

IIIIII.n 1. . . by the Clerk this 10th day of H. INORAM, Florida. eel; west 199 feet: north 41 feet and
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NOTIfH OF 1916 H. R. MAY. 0-tt A* Sheriff of O.c..ola.County.. t916.Dated this the 4th day of May A. D. ::ast; 189 feet tq, the point of. beginning Joe E. JohnstonCITY

KLKITION.In '" Atteut-J.Mayor: .O It..lhJflk.r.f.: .KI..lmro. JMOTICR OF ritlMAItr. BL.RCTION. 0-Bt LEWIS 0-HRYAN. Purchaser to pay for deed.
compllanc Special Master In Chancery. a. BASS.
with .Chapter
J aws of nStlc 4878 (seat) city Clerk. In of the of Special Master In Chancery.
> jo'iorldal mtm. I I. hereby For_ of'tlt. pursuance provisions
given will b* held nt of JUn*_ 111, regulating primary -
Hae..eng"r.: Osceola County CONTRACT. elections notice la for Complainant.
Ppoclal Tax School District 'No. ., Thl agreement made and entered In. en that a primary: election bIIfl beheld IN COURT: nf THH COHNTV JUDOB .
Thursday. July flth. A I). lilt for the on to this .___? day of ------------A. D In each election precinct In Osceola STATE. OK FLOHIHA.. NOTICE CREDiTORS
purpose of determining who shall 1918. by and between' county on- 0CICOtA! t-ODNTV. and
as .chool trustee ot said district serv for IWICK COMPANY a Florida Corpora lbs First Tmrmtmr After the First I. r* Estate .( Margaret E. Kehea. IN COURT OF TIlE COUNTY JfDOR. Surveying
two yeara next after the election and tion hereinafter called the party of the Madar tm Jmmr, A. I). ISIS derfer. < STATIC. OK KI.OHIUA.
to fix the number of mill of district First Part and the City of Klsslmmee. at which time In the several. precinct To all Creditors Legatees Distributees OSCEOLA COUNTY.I. .DraftingS.H.BUOCk
chool tax to b* levied and collected a Municipal! Corporation under the he electors qualified may vote therein t'na: : I Persons having : . '. said Law, of Florida, the party of the second for their choice of candidate* for the against said Estate: I re Kstat' *f Dalawi Crabaaa.To .
The i"ollo..lnlf are appofnt.d to act part. WITNK88KTH: prices respectively mentioned .. fol- You and each of you. are hereby noti all Creditors Legatees IXstrlbu-l
At said election: I. The party of the first part hereby low.: fled and required to present any claims tees and all Persons havtnaClaim*
XV. Undarhlll. A. L. Thomifton. K. U covenants and agrees with the party of For United States Senator-One. and demands which you or either of or Demand against said Kstat:
Tearce Inspectors; W. H. Walker. clerk. the: second part to furnish to said par- For Representative In Congress you .may have against the estate of You and each of you ar. hereby no-
Done by order of the Uoard of Public ty of the second part electricity to the Fourth' Congressional DI.lrlct--one. E Kochendrrfer. deceased. Ifled and required to present any !
1ntruction.l tMceola) County Florida. extent of tet:; :WtrJN'il .the City's For Justices of the Supreme Court- ate of Osceola County Florida to the claims and demand ", oreither :
hue Ui. list day of May. A. I>. lilt present : HUNDRED Two. undersigned executor of said estate of you. may have ae.fnet tIe,
%v. C. BA8$. ChaJrm.n. AND NINKTY-FIVE 196)) KILOWATt For Governor-One. within two leans from the data hereof. estate of Ualflla Graham
A,,..,: C. E. YOWELL and In addition such power as will, benecessary For Secretary: ; of ttate-One. Dated May 2. A. n. 1516.CLARA 1 ate of Osceola County
24-6t Superintendent.IMOTICiO for the operation of the city's For Attorney General-One. "1. HUTBON u..d1'r..llln. administratrix of 4..a..4'j!
pumps to be Installed as hereinafter setout For Comptroller--One. WILLIAM M. HUTSON. ate. within one year from REAL ESTATE "'
OF KLRCTION.' for the total sum of TEN THOU For 'J'r..a.ur..r--one. Executor. nereof. I
SAND DOILAH8 (10,000.00)) per annum For State Superintendent of Public Crawford ft Jarrell. Dated May 2tnd. A. D. 19i4. .. ..." ..........---.-
In compliance with, Chapter 4678 payable monthly. rn..tructlon--one.I Attorney for Executors. Z0-9t JACKIE ANN UKAHAM.
lwa of Florida. 181(8. notice Is hereby I. It Is further understood and For Commissioner of AgricultureOne. SS-fit Administratrix.OTI INSURANCE
given that an election will be held at agreed that the tyI'{ the first part.when )'OTirre OK BKAI.K.II nmn o> HAND.ANIIIAII' .
Center I'arfc Osceola. County Florldiu so required party of the For Railroad Comml..loncr--one. IIOAUN..
!Mpxclat Tax Krhool District l No. 6, second, part. shall install such new For Adjutant O..n..ral--one. [Examination Titles a
Thursday.: July 6th A. D. 1 ISIS. for the on pumps. ... may lie. necessary and to be For Slate Ch..mlet-On. Notice Is hereby given that sealed ( M: OK.' AI>MINIMTRATOHFor .
purpose of determining who shall serve designated by party of the second part. For Assistant. State Auditor-Ono. hide. will l h. received by the Hoard of ( !..! 1)1.rll"e)
as. school trustees of said district for same to conform to the requirements! For Judge of the Circuit Court. County Oommlssloners of Oareola Cotin- '
two years next after the election and of the Southeastern Underwriters' Tar- Seventh Judicial Circuit4)ie.For t).. until 10 a. moo June 12 A l U. I Slit. la Covrt of fommtT "."",.. Slat* .* Specialty.
16 lIz the number of mills of district itT Association. Kulcs and Regulations State's Attorney. Se\enth Judlc- on SN% miles of road bidders. to figure Florida, Itmrrolm .
school tax to be levied and collectedannuaJly for the furnlHhlng of all water lo the al Clrcult--O.. aid road 9 feet wide and 15 fi-i-t wit- I
for the said two years. City of Klslmmt. during, the life of For State Hi-nntor. Nineteenth 8i>n- For niteclflc-alIons\ I see Cleric' Ciicu'l i re Estate of Nfcadrlrk M. C'fca.<1ler.Notice Corresoondence Solicited. ,
The following are appointed to art at this contract, that rigid.. pumps" shall lie atonal 1..lrlel-On.. Court. Klsslmmne, FloridaK Is. hereby given, to all whomIt
said election install on thOII> .. pinuerlv. and ata For Member Stutt House of Keprelentatlves L LI3SLWVhnlimnn: may cuncti, (that on the 20th day
J. A. Karkley, David llnss. O 8 I'ar- point to dl be di-slirnatcd by the City --One -A1t..t. J. U OVKHSTHKHT. of October A. 1) 1916 I shall apply
tin Inspectors; J. 15 Sharp. clerk Council to maintain and keep In rc.Pair For Supers'lAor of RegistrationOn 21-51", CI'rk.1II0'1'1l' 10 llnnorablo T. M Murphy Judgeof Robert Riedel
I of Probate. for Co.
Hone by order. of the Itoard of Public and operate said pumps without said (Y>nrt. ns Judge ;
additional expense. to the part of the For O"untv JII.I"eOnp."or ny II llol I discharge as Administratorof
Osceola (
this list of ((916 iccond part, said pumps to Immediately County imocutliiK, .Attorney <>K AIIMIMN-l-lt A-IOII the entitle of Shadrlok M. Chandler, NOVELTY WORKS;
day May. A. I D :be and l'D.i'i.0. A I. IH40IIAIIGICC01 deceased, and that at the same time I
become the of the _
property City _
Attest: C. K.W.YOWK1..U( BASS Chairman.: (>f Klsslmmee and to be paid for In five One.For Bh"rllT-On. IN ItT OK will 1 present I.. said Court my final accounts House Bills a Specialty. All Interior Finish ..
ThE:: (
Ol CTV Jl'IGIC. Administrator of said estate, .
as .
14-6t equal pa)'menta with, Interest on .the For Clerk of the Circuit Court-
Superintendent.ORDER '
deferred payments at the rate of six 8TA1IO OK KI.OIIIItA O.Hl lol.At'ODWTV. and ask for their approval Window and Door from.*. Window

per annum. percent One.For County Assessor of Taxes-Ono. I. Dated April Srd. A. D 'II. and Door Sctmonm'Phone .
OF PUBLICATION. re f.Ktmtr of Honlells
5. It Is further understood For Tux Colt.clor--on. ] Pearsosj. v.v. CHANDLER.
and agreed,
Notice Is 'hereby given, all whom *: Shop 216; Resident 237
tq U-Iamollmo Administrator.
that In the For of Pubic
event It shall become County Superintendent -
necessary 1 It may concern, that. on the 10th of Ave Near
day DarUngten
FreightDR. Depot- '
Ill the Circuit Court of (the Seventh to furnish to the party of the second !ntruction-4)ne. September. A. D. 1916. I shall apply to .
part a greater volume of currentthan For County Commissioner. DI..lrlct'No. the Honorable ..
Judicial Circuit of the Slate of Florida : herelnabove agreed upon, the par I I-On.. aid Court as Judge T. M. of Murphy.Probate Judge of
ty of first to furnish, For County Commissioner. District my
in and for Osceola County, in at the rate of KOUK CENTS (4 centa) ; No t-One. final estate discharge of Roslella as Administrator Pearson deceased of the; ALAN J. MacDONOUGMRegistered J. A. TROVILLION.J
kilowatt for all For CountCommissioner DistrictNo.
Chancery. a so furnished In excess and that at the time I I
same will
of said agreed amount. S-One. pre- Specialist in .
4. The For DistrictNo. sent to amid Court my final account Architect CANCER GOITRE AND
party of the first part further County Commissioner TUMORS'
%..!.... B. A.!(.... covenants and agrees to furnish to the 4-One. a.ask Administrator for their of said estate and AND Cure them without

(..0..1.1...... City of Klsslmmee. called herein the For County Commissioner. DistrictNo. Dated March aproval.Sth, A.: O. 11I16. .& cutting
'... party of the second part such men to ti-one. A. E DROUOHT ENGINEER them out. a
Mary K. Ammrr Harry K. attend the pumps herein before men.honed For County Surveyor--One. 12-oam6mo. Administrator. ORLANDOFLORIDA
.Sab.ry a.d CharlvaV.. 1 as shall b* required bv the For Member of School Board. DIs- BRONSON BLDC. KISSIMMBB.FLA. -fmo
Askary. Trmmtr of the K.- Southeastern Underwriters Tariff Association's rlct No 1-One. '
<... .( T. 11..1''' Aabairy, rul a and regulation, and For Member of School Board. DIs- la ('I..t Comri. ftmtr *f Flerlila..
Deceased;: 0.1.....'.. further akreea to furnish to the said Inn No. a.-One. Seveath Jdlel rirOseela .. .
party of the second part during the For Member of School Board DIsrlct Cmrnmtr. -C. F. THRASHER
Sl'IT' FOR SPECIFIC I'KHfOHHAIVCK.. term of this contract men and materials No. S-<>n... IN CHANCUHir.

It r"II'nbrh: affidavit appended to repair. whenever or extension same work be necessary, for for I No.For 1--County On*. Committeeman. District I. M. Le., C.s.vlalaat.J When SHEE7 METAL'WORKEKMtttJ

the Hill above-alaled cause cost thereof plus TEN R :Ntnll For County Committeeman. DistrictNo .fca Lre vs. you buy.... Roof Pmt
that Mary, U. Aabury Harry E. Asbury per cent. ). the cost of labor to be estimated a-One. and Charles W. Asbury. Trustees. of the strictly upon actual time employed For County Committeeman. District It Cmmra.t..dFHONK .
.Kstat of T. Henry Aabury deceased. upon the city's I work. No. J-On*. appearing" by affidavit appended .
the defendants therein named are nonresidents ,6 The party of the' first part furthermore For County Commltteeman District to the bill filed In the above-stated KlUJMMi8, flA..
of the State of Florida and covenant and agrees to, No. 4-One.FOB cause that John 'Love, the defendant BREADAsk :; .....
are resident of the State of Pennsylvania. keep the present electric light County Commltteeman District herein named. I* a nonresident of the 't ,!: .
and that their office address I* and power plant of the said No. C-One. State of Florida, and I I.. a resident ofasonvllla. -
.. at the corner of Srd and Dauphin party of the second part In first For County Commltteeman District State of Indiana over the ';< .
trcata.. In the city of Philadelphia, cia. condition during the term of this; No. 4-One. age of twenty-on years; It la therefore for the BESTwe DR. W. W. CARSOIf" q'i:
..' rltat of Pennsylvania over the ag. of .contract and repair any damage rauaedeither For County Commltteeman District, ordered that said nonresident de. .\,
t ent-oll. years; It I I. therefore order directly l or Indirectly bv It, the No. 7--On*. endant be and he I I. hereby required male ,4-a, ,.,'
ed V hat aald nonresident defendants be party of the first parti ordinary depreciation For County Commltteeman District to apoear to the bill of complaint filed it. Every Grocer itO. DENTIST 1Offk "
In said .
and. they are hereby to appear and damage by the element excepted. No. 8 One. cause on or before Monday, the : .. "4.
0, to the Bill of ,r'n"tlr1.: In said For County Committeeman. District I Ird d..y-of July A D. 1916. otherwise over Pilley'Bufldint '
cause on or before Monday, the Ird day ft. It Is mutually understood and No. 5One.For the allegation of said bill will b* tak..n K. BAKERYE. :
of July, A. D. 1811. otherwise the allKatlon *. agreed by and between, the parties hereo County Committeeman. District a. confessed by said defendant orrto Hour: S-I!. 1_I _
of said Hill will be taken. a. : that this contract shall continue and No. 10one. It Is further ordered that this order Offle 'Phon 1(( Residence ''Phov S.
confessed. by said defendants. b. of force for a period of FIVE For Justice of Peace, District No. .10. published once a week, for four con.ecutlve A. NIEMETER Gas Admlnltr for BxtraetloB '
Jt la further lone.For weeks In the Klsslmmee Val- Teeth
ordered that this order YEARS (S years) from the date hereof ,
b* published once a week for four con. with privilege to party of the Justice of Peace District No. Icy Uasette a newspaper published In Mitchell Street 'I
aid .
secutlve. weeks, In the Klsslmmee Valley nJha of renewal 1 1tf"o an additional I 1-One. county and state. -
lasett, a newsnapef published In said. period ... follows: until certain timber For justice) of peace. District No.. This 19th day of .May. 1916.
County and tftat*. estimated at 45,000.000 feet now, being! : I-Dne. (seal.) f. L.. OVERSTRICET.Clerk : !: .

This lard day of May A. D 1914. cut by the party of the first part. Is ex: For Delegate at Large to the Naonal JAMES Circuit Court. CEO. F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW r,.
J.. (seal.) -.J. L. OVEIISTREET, hausted approximately four Conv..ollon-Four. By )I. JOHNSTON .
CI..rk of the Circuit Court: y..alli from; \expiration of this con- For Delegate to the National Convention Deputy Clerk. 0.0000..000.
KRJDDS & STE1D.! ract. from the Fourth Congressional K1UBBS A STEED. .. ..... y
ZI4Solicitor. for
Solicitors for Complainants t .4tNOTICK 7. 1I.I. further mutually understoodand I DI.trlct-T..o. Complainant Collections and Conveyances; ':r-
For Member of National Democratic I M. TILLER
agreed that the party of the first
Commlttene. la Clrevlt CerO *f the Seventh J>4Irial _
} TO CHEDITOHS. part-shall deliver current and power, to Specialties '
p _ _ For Presidential Elector Six. Circuit .f the State *f Fl.rlaa -
of the second It. sole -
.he-party part as
!. ... fr OBO !
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IN Tina COURT OF* TIlE COUNTY user In r.o: City of Klsslmmee, nor will. For State Executive Committeeman I IN CHANCHHY.Grtayst . Cfeaaty. Real state Agency.Realty 111 t.1 BroadwayT.
JUUUB. STATE OK KLOHIOA. the the first part I -One. .
OHCKOI.A. 4-OUNTV. __ sell, give or furnish to any Indlvt'Jual.: For Congressional Committeemen *.. II4el CvBtaaay. a Florida ..." ....--..-.." ..,
I. re Rotate *f Klbrids Mbhr. firm or corporation In said city any Fourth Congressional DI.trlct--one. C.rperstie.. (spI.iesst,
To all Creditors. 1AIrILIe..C; Distributee current or power, 4xceptbat furnished Inspectors and Clerk. are hereb vs. SUIT !TO (3UIEF' TITLE bought and toM.Houtet .

and all Person or Demand to the city and such current and power appointed to serve at said primary.r $ riarida Hatliwad C..... etOttiuUH rented. H. RIVERS. D.
against said Estatsi, as may be necessary for the operation election for tha various election/ disrlcts ala .. .
You. and each of you. are hereby notified of the various plants factories and In- a* followprecinct .; oV PUBLICATION Taxes paid and Tide verified
and required to present any claims dustrle of the party of the first part No. 1. Klsslmmee B. : PHYSICIAN and SURGEONOff1c.ov.rO.ceoIsI'barsa
and demand which you, or either o( Jtself. ipfer. H. N. Bratton and W. O. Hanlns. TO ALL WHOM IT'ji"A; T CONCERN: for non-residents. t V

you, may have again. the estate of Elbrldg 8. It Is furthermore expressly un. Inspectors and W. T. )takinsonClerk. It appearing from the sworn Bill ot I
Llbby.deceased late of O.ceola derstood and agreed bv and between the complaint.. filed In this cause, and[ Fire Life and Accident .Insurance ; 'Phone Rldno II -t'I
County Florida, to the undersigned Kx partie. hereto that the party of the first Irk 3ol S.eIlltJ. Creek-L PTi.on. there are parsons Interested nth. Offlo* 141. -> ". ,
cutrlx Of said estate.. Within two years cart acquires no InAer..t whatsover In C Bronsoniinspector property Involved In this cult other f
from he electric light of the *, and A. H. Fox Clerk.Precinct than known
the date hereof.thA.D.yi : plant Campbelt-D.i H. Lanlr. the Respondent and thaithe Indemnity Bond
Dated said City of Kiaslmmee. No. I. I
May nor any righlor names.of such persons so Interest
\! l'ARn. Interest In the pole, wires, lines. H. E. Brown and J. W. Collin.. Sd are unknown'. to the Complainant:: : a. r. JtRlBB8.WO., Jj 5-a-.w',
|l>lt _J4eqirUL.; machinery or any part or parcel of the Inspector and J. A. Bronson. Clerk. and that relief Is prayed In the said eo ,e fss ..Is..s..l
4 St. Cloud
-' property of said city. nor any right oifranchise r Teclnct No. -LynnDougherty. Bill of Complaint ...aln.t the said un. X.k1B3&STUDiATTORI4EYB
T. N. Farr and Ralph
NortcH' rort putti.t TaOIi. I for the use of the city' known Respondents:
-- streets for th. distributing of electric Reynolds Inspector and Harry Oos*I. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED That. .* .( taw lmt.r...>. V. 8.OaTle ..... ;current or power, nor the right of ue Cleric.Precinct No. I. Deer Park-Peter aU parties claiming Interest In and AT LAW
at rlrlda. of any such property, except the limited to the following described real property I
O.IYlII'a. Raulereon. N. S. Blount and W. M.
M : us of the city electric light and power Avant. Inspector and M. W. Simmons situated In the County of OaoeOla baslneu of all kia4a -.
plant .. hereinafter set out and except and State of via.
..rial Ib.r SISL Clerk. Florida : -
the further right of party of neat part U. That part of Block Twentysixof Co prompt atUntlomrOtfleas
Precinct No.
s. Keenaneville-4. W.
B. to erect pole and run wire. from It the South Florida GRIFFIN
Notice le hereby given that John I FertLO. Railroad
Baa. & H. and R. V. PhillipsInspectors. 11 and IS State Ba lrBtaKlssimms .I1t
to the city. plant for the of the of
plant town
Owen, of Lokosee. Florida, who on I purposeof Company's Survey ,
August 10. 1.I1..ma4.; Homestead Entry furnishing current. and power., and Randolph Young Klsslmm City described as fol- .. norida. ,

Mo. 05156.. for B.... of BKMSec. ID lot I. .. It I* furthermore understood and Clerk.Precinct No. ., W. lows: .
Section :IIi; and NE14 of NK%. SectioilU. I agreed that' the party of the flrat part Milliard. W W. Chandler and C. B.Hauleron L Bounded on the Northwest by Staple and FancyGROCERIES
Township II South. Kanare $4 Eaat. hall have th* privilege of a limited us* Inspectors and J. S. Un Broadway, street on the Northeastby
notice otIntention of the city's electric Dakin avenue, on the Southeast
Tallahass. Meridian has flied 'Iflte-- power Clerk.
to rnak nve-yar proof to plant In the *vnt of a ;explosionor derbill. bv Tohopkallga ** rat Johnet. Q. Ph OsisSSJOHNSTON
. Precinct No. S. Narooc>.. _H. H. tyen-t
\ establish Claim to th* land above, decrlbed. otherunavoidabls accident which Southwest by Possell '
Hull. R. 1.. Evan and M. L.. Tlndall. GA&PETTATrORNETATLAW
befor* Clerk of Circuit would, render It Impossible to operatethe ing a tract of land Three Hundred A
CourtP and B. Clerk.
at KI..lmmae.Iorld. on tnK ** plant of the party of the first part Inspector Precinct, No. 'C.. Lokosee Bucklet.-A. C. Oan- Feet wide by Three Hundred and A
this to be accorded and one-half feet
privilege exr- deep.
of June 1514.Claimant .
W. F. M. Inspectors
deed by the party of the first part.ho..e non O. Fertlo and Edrls. The said lands In Government '
witnesses: lying
J. M. Dtxon.names of Lokoce. Florida. only In case of extreme neces, Precinct, and' R. B. Mulberry'Willis Clerk.Sink I -C. Lot Four of Section Twentytwo Free Delivery to all Parts Offices 10, 11 ADd 12 Citl&eu ....

O. W. Pertlc of Lx>kosee. Florida.C. alty and for such limited eletrOep.;: '5 T. Sullivan, :l'o and J. W. in Township TyrentyflveSouth of Ball dine .
would Campr the Gty
H. Pada-tt, of Uokosee Florida. be absolutely r and J. I Rang Twenty-nine East of -
of of the first belL Inspector P. Tallahassee In :Klaalmmeo, Fla_
IA. L. Fertle. of Kenansrllle. Florida. plant party part wtlh lbexercise Clerk. Meridian and being
ROBERT W. DAVIS I of due diligence. Osceola County Florida
this Snd of
Xl-6t_ ,,____,,_ Register. 10. It I I. furthermore mutually understood May.Done Ai and D. ISIS ordered at Klsslmmee day Flor.Ilia. under George F. and agreed that the contract Minnie V. Ooode deceased, or otherwise .
r.OCLAIlATIOI''{ hereby entered Into between the TUCKER L. do appear to the Complainant' -
:: BRICK COMPANY of the first part B. LESLEY.I Bill of Complaint herein filed on or before a .k
Of SJawetal BIaftt-r; .v th. Par**** .(l and THE CITY OF KIBSIMMEB of the Chairman.atoller.Board of I- the Srd day of July A. D. 1514; J. W. mOlU'solt
Statlffylaar .' Rejeeffasr C.. Kvralskjlsia .f Kleetrlelty t. tb* of the parties hereto and said contract AUnt: Clerk. of Complaint will be taken a* confessed 'f
City .f Mteslsasae* 10 r tk. Tsiekw may be terminated by the party of the 10-St I I.I by all such parties. FUNERAL DIRKOTOB
Hrt.k c-.y, second part In the event of the bankruptcy And It Is further Ordered that this FBBJIIEB II
or Insolvency of the saId party MASTERS SAI.B. Order b* published once a -week for aM 4d' ."
of the first part, or In the further event twelve, consecutive weeks In the Kls
Under and by virtue of the authority that a majority of the raid up stock I In Notice I* hereby given that pursuant slmmee Valley Oaiette. a weekinewspaper ..
vested In m* by the following, Resolution said company, party first part, final decree the published and of general LICENSED EUBALUXBStore ..
of the Council of the City of Kls- gets Into the hand Of or under th* lrJr"I" James W. Perkins subl. of circulation In the County of Osceola 0'. .. _

lmme., towtt: control of-persons other than bona fid eresidents the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial I- and State of Florida. .and Chapel. ,Sta rart Arfi _
RESOLUTION. I of Oscaola County. Florida.ii. Circuit of th. Stat of Florida, THE HONORABLE *' (
Whereas, th* Tucker Brick Company It la furthermore understood and In and for Osceola County In Chancery ,AMZiT. PERKINS Judge of the 'J Xlmmm... FlaJ' .-... .
baa offered to enter Into a contract with agreed that the party thll"n-rr1 part on the 4th day of May. A. D. Uls aid Court and my name a. Clerk ; : .
the City of Klsslmm for th. furnishIng will hold the party of Ire* In the foreclosure case of Helen N.: thereof and the seal of the said Clr. Insurance that sres.PrOtoctIi'ttPrOI :
of electricity t* aald city upon thC and blameless for Injury to any property Bralnerd and Kstella M. Bralnerd va the list day .f March.cVW&n ,
term and for the period of time as or Individual by reaaon of the ngllgeno 1>. R. Blanla and Mary Louis Blenia, W. B. Crawford L,53s2Ta--'
.- forth In th. annexed copy of contract. I of the aald party of the eond his wU. and Emily A. Blcnls; I as x L; OVER8'I'REE'I' . :.
--,k:: THEREFORE be It Resolved that tha part or It* agents, or through any defect I- Special Master in Chancery on the As Clerk of Said Coon. l t S CRAWFORD' .A :JAMELCATTORNKYSAT1AW ._
aid form of .ntraet and th. full termS 1 In the poles, wlrs' line or prop I. first Monday In Juno the same being By JAMES. M. JOHNSTONJohnston '\ .-
throf. b* .ubmltted to th* erty- of aald party of the second part, lbs Ilk day f Jun. A. D. (1J. anda Aa, Deputy Clerk. -
lctor of the City of Klsslmmee.. wbo within the limit of said city of Klsalm- sale day. b..tween-th* hours ot Oarrett. .li-11. ...., _/ . "
are freeholder In said city to b* ratifiedand m** .xcpt.upon such property In sal d 11 o'clock a. m, o'clock p. m.. at' Aa Counsel for Complainant.or '. .' :om.. .. .. ., .andlt; auas-.:'#
confirmed or rejected by a majority: city a* Is owned by-or under the control the front door- :r'h' Court. house Inlegal ,. r .. ... .-
of said duly qualified electors actuallyvotlaa of said party of .th* first 9Ut. It hem 't Klsslmm**, Oaoeola County.Florida, "0TIc.! KUBCTiOlT. ...: ":'"'. .. ak'.IhaD4bac, .
.. . 'I! '.. 1. .
; la .aid lection, and thatCh* the Intention hereof that the said partyof will offer for sale .to th.' dlgtiest' and ... "..r");' ._" ... M : :
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fora of contract b* published togthrwith th. a..., part shall b* *.abl for.any beat bidder for ...b. the collowlng described 'compliance 7rlth i Chapter 4471 iiii"-'ii's: 1szIM'I.
the notic of lotlon damage to property or Injury to Individual I- .property situated In ,Ocolaeonntr Laws of FlorIlIa."U" notice Is hereby :; .' ,DAKINAVENUE-; rKISSIMMEE. :-. .. .- , ... .. .- '
Se. a, 'The form of Ballot to bo ...*I 1 :upon the property and fltat* of Ftortdai -.- - given that aa atoetloa; will b.* held elWhlttUr .e- .L
.t said Isotlon shall bo substantially aa under Its control. .' , - .- N-v Begutnlng. at the aorthat corner Mbol boa** and at the Will* : .., FLORIDA : ,. ,,
tolJ'MCr. 'mLr..o'l': 01l'.fSPECIAL, 11.It I. farther covenanted and ott Block "W" of Matthew' addition tth < Leaf Bay school house. oc*.la county.Nor : "". : LEWIS' .:. r
.L ; rreed bv the party of .hot second partthat Town of Klsslmme City. run ws .' or
ECTION' FOR THE PURPOSE OK It will pay to 1h. parv of the fir,It one hundred (!*.) feeti 'thenc coat. oh 'Th.sssj! : ihi SK ArrORNEY-AT.L&W'r ,

#VAT 'riNa OR REJECTING CON part the sum of TEN. THOUSAND DOLLARS seventy-fiT (14)-feet: trieno eaallon.. for Ut. purpose >t&ZyX4'ZZ .-- . 'Wsri B.1ag-4 I1r.11! '

',.k :'TRA. CT. FOR FURNIS! .HING, OF,ELEC-. ,, ( l4.O04.S9) a year, payable hundred (1") .t.d. tbenoe., rt" J 8.haU servo aa school I'- ,
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} I We Are Going to Stay Here, But We Will Sell You at the Same Price as Though; We Were Going Away .

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.. i'. The well known' Elk Skin Shoes, 'at the same price charged by 1":
$2.25 New line of Ladles Parasol in all the new shade, fancy stripes 98c
Sears & Roebuck. Look at the Catalogue and see, only . .
p '. and plain color to match. any dress, our price only .

Mary Jane Pumps, sold everywhere at $2.50, our price: ,. in both .
$1.98 We have the for the new SEW E Z Sewing Machine .
Gun Metal and Patent, i is "
Motor, which will run any sewing machine without any attach.

We also received: another lot of Ladies' Skirt in the popularawning $1.50 ment. All you need do i is remove the belt and attach the socket. $1 5 00 t

fl tripe, black< and white, our usual low price, Come let us demonstrate it to you. Price. .



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ithi Lakeland by a score of 2 to 1. The cows received the same rations as in ....

R II E During the fourth period each lot

ASKED TO ATTEND THOSE OF RAY HARRIS ; FAVORED AT MEETINGContinued LOSES IN TWO GAMES Lakeland .__ 0 1 0 0 1 0 0-2 3 1 of cows received the same rations a* sin

wt Bartow1000000-1 4 4 the second period.

t 4 f, (Continued from Page One.) (Continued from Page One.) I ( from Page One.) (Continued--from-.- ,Page- One.) I Hatton and Sawyer; W. Davis and The sorghum silage ration produced -

'rt would have required the services of a II. Davis. 53972 gallons of milk at a total

t 'ticks can be eradicated so that the ris. They went to Okeech bee at once I go, who gave the same figures on depredation Philadelphia lawyer and fourteen ex- 04440444440444444 feed cost of 12.1 cents a gallon. The
and found that watch watch fob
range may be made entirely free from a a I as hod been given by the pert accountants.Four Japanese cane silage ration produced _,
with a charm and an oblong mirror had by the locals and single 509.74 gallons of milk at fe-d
them; that this tick eradication will Orlando firm.Rending errors a 4 SILAGE FOR MILK 4
a, "add several dollars per head to the been picked up among the bones. The from the statistics prepared netted the visitors one run in the PRODUCTION COMPARE O cost of 12.8 cents u gallon. This
v numbers on the watch
, .1t value of cattle, and also prevent a were comparedwith by City Clerk Gilbert, Mr. Tucker first inning and three bingles in a row, a 4i0 makes a difference of 0.7 ofa cent a

: ,great many cattle from dying:, so that those known to have been on the puked out the items of expense which one of them a double, gave them two By John M. Scott gallon in favor of sorghum silage.
watch worn by Harris end the charm the sccon'd. A double and I The value of tho milk at 30 centsa
more in an
the present loss will be gNI1Uy're- the city wuold not have to pay under I 0 4
duced. was a miniature threc-bladed propellersuch I the Tucl or: contract and showed that, error counted one more in the sixth. 04400444404044444This gallon from the sorghum silage was ,1

'. In order to fully understand the as he wore. The oblong; mirrorwas these would total $$12,498.67 per year, The locals counted on on two hits in $101 92 The net value after deducting 4

i n \ damage by ticks, and the way to Ret also identified as having been one I which would mean a saving of 2.? the fourth and four on a like numberof bullet: gives the results obtained the cost of the feed was $96.38.: '

j r rid of them. the United States Government always carried by Harris. j 148.G7! 'unJer the Tucker contract of hit together with two bobbles in from a companion of sorghum The value of the milk produced by '%

hns conducted a very careful, The spot where the bones were $10,000 per year. lie then referred to the fifth. silage and Japanese cane silage for the Japanese can": silage was $152.12. 1
':/) :) found was under water in 1912 when In the sixth a hit batter, two baseson I The net value ufU-r. deducting the '|
( {$ study. One of their strongest men, other items of expons-2, which distrib- milk production. Ten cows were usedin
.Y Dr. E. M. Nighbort. located at Atlanta, Harris disappeared but during the recent uted both to the plant proper and to balls and a single counted two cost of the feed WUH $87.38<< or a difference >

1 Ga., will be here to discuss'the necessity dry weather the water receded, outside work could not be accurately more, and a walk, an error and Hun- tho test. These ten cows were and the beach was covered with a thick into lots of five each. .The .
ter's home the left field fence
.; of tick eradication. He will bring figured He showed that some of this run ov r
with him 1000 feet of film which will growth of weeds and underbruih. I'expense should be charged to production scored three in the eighth. experiment was begun January 18, Aside from the milk yield a record .j

b& run through a moving picture machine When wildcats, hiding in these weeds,, but from the city figures it was Tho box score follows: 1916, and continued for seventythreedays I of the weights of each cow was atken !

- .: to Illustrate what he Bay Other began to bother the live-stock owned j impossible to know hqw much. Kissimmee. closing March 30, 1916. The test at the beginning of tho experiment j

prominent speakers will be here also !by Tucker he burnt off the underbrushand He asked the question: "Would you ABRiIPOAE was divided into four periods of six- and at the close of each period. The ;

to discuss similar subjects. It l is very in this manner/ uncovered the charred save as much as five per cent on 'depreciation Alvey. cf, rf -3 10000 teen days each with three days be- I weight of each cow varied but little 1

Important that every cattle owner, bofe later identified as the re- ? Would you save anything Burdick, 3b ________4 2 1 0 1 0 tween each period for the purpose of during the experiment. All cows t

very cowboy-in fact everybody in mains of Harris. on accidents to your dynamo, enginesor Bullock, If _________4 2 2 2 0 1 changing feeds. made a blight gain over the'averal8 '

-Qseeola county and vicinity who i is interested On December 14th 1912, Carl IM- boilers ?" Hunter, ss ___ ______5 2 3 2 4 1 The first period extended from' January weights at the beginning. This would "

w should attend this meeting. lard! and Raymond Harris were returning He showed also that the city was Psgero: 2b 1..5 0 1 2 1 1 18, to February 2, 1916. Dur- indicate that therewas no. difference :I

It will be held at the Graystone up the Kissimmee river from using now not more than 50 per cent Jones, rf ______ ___1 00000 ing the. first period the cows in Lot 1 I between these two rations in maintaining

Casino, Kissimmee, Florida, on June 8, Miami, having come through the of the capacity of the plant, but thatit McAllister, cf -4 00000 were fed the following daily ration: the animals initial weight.

1916, at 0:30 o'clock a- m. canals and Lake Okeechobce. They cost just ajS much to run the plant Carson Ib ________3 1 1 9 1 0 cottonseed meal 3.8 pounds; bran 7.6 I The result of this test indicatjs .J.JI

-,+ This is especially to urge you to at were riding in the launch Margaret, as if'tho full capacity were being usod. Story, c __________.6 0 1 12 2 l pounds, and sorghum silage 15 :that Japanese can silago i Is not quite

' u tend. Very, truly yours, which is still a familiar boat on Lake Under the Tucker contract he stated Barze, p __________4 22000 pounds During the same period the i equal to sorghum silage for milk pro-
anchored about
Tohopekaliga They
KISSIMMEE BOARD OF TRADE. that the city could install ,more street - - - cows in Lot 2 were given a daily ra- duction. This difference may perhaps abe

nine and a half miles up the river from lights and .use up the entire capacity Totals ... _____38 10 11 27 9 ;5>> tion of cottonseed meal 3.8 pounds;; due to tho fact that, Japanese the mouth and last ,about '''' r.' '- ,
were '
".' SOW BEGGAR WEED IN four o'clock on that date fishing seen in the of tho present plant and more at a cost .Winter)<;Haven'faWattersM \\\iI', ;', : ", bran i, 7.6 pounds, and Japanese cane produces no grain. 'f... .<...j'fI..." r.

.if '\$. CORN' DURING EARLY :JUNE river: about fourtmiles from Lnko Oka* of four cents a kilowat, that beingwhatthejcurrentfiguresat ,\.,;. ;)Ji' " silage((16, pounds. ' Hats are more simply trimmed than'

' " ,, \ theIcon-! 2b.411'21215J. 0 JH During ii they second 4 period; which "I.
I., ;y "':':"::" " :- \li ftVf,,, chobee.'nWhen'.the.youngl'men. \ 'failed ,1 ever, depending upon var ".tlon fot
tract price of $10,000 i P. Chamberles. .0 extended from February 6 to Febru- brim and -
Beggar weed should be sown in cornfields to arrive here on schedule time, J, K. per year crown for variety. '< ,
.. Then he asked George ISingletary a : Chamberless 3b _.4 1 'I 1 'I 0 ary 21, the cows in Lot 1 received
during the early part of June. Milliard father of
Carl began investigation
an -
: : question an follows: I H ynes, p ___ .__ '_ _2 0 0 0 1 0 daily rations given Lot 2, the first The high Napoleonic collar go well
"Of the ,seed from last '
course year'sw44 and several days later the with the buttons fastening the long-
J had mill Gill If _ u.uu.O 00000 and the in Lot
"Suppose you a or factory. period, cows 2 receivedthe
; waisted
will in coat. ''
produce of
crop a crop some body young Hilliard was found near ,
I Suppose,; it cost you, $10,000 a year to Daniels, If nu.2 0 0 0 0 0 rations given Lot 1 in the first pe _.
,but where a good stand is desired and the mouth of the river in
operate it. If some man came along I Stoker, cf _. ___ ___4 0 0 0 0 0Snell riod. Even silk or brocade handbags are
I s risk 1 t. to be eliminated seed should be I clump f weeds. The body was brought now being trimmed with fur to match +
and offered to futn's'i the power to run I If and p-4 0 0 0 :S 0 During the third period each lot of the : .
1 r own- A. P. Spencer, district agent for here and buried] on December 24, 1912. : gown. ..;
your mill at just what it cost you, :, Fielding, c nu.A 00922 _
is ,
1 r; the University oj Florida Extnesion No trace could ba found of Harris and ( >;
wouldn't it be in pocketto Strauss, ss ______ __2 1 1 0 1 2
money your oo.tOOOOOOOtooooooo ;;;o;; O OtO
Division, recommend from 8 to 12 j for a time it was feared that he had O o..oo.... J
do that Seymour, ss -------2 0 0 0 0
c ,'1 pounds of clean seed to the acre. From been implicated in the death of Hil- :
Jlr Singletary answered: "It certainly Dolamoter, Ib --4 '1 3 12 1 1.1
$ 16 to 'pounds will be required if I I liard. would." Classified I i Advertisements "
:the uncleaned seed are sown. The finding of the bones, which have :t I :
I This was made( in argument that the Toiclc __ _hn36 4 8 24 14 6 :
7' > Beggar weed is high and some may been identified as those of Harris, putsan .
guarantee against acciden.s and an- Kissirnmee _______000 142 03x -JO
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) not wish to seed so heavily. Four end to this theory, as both Mr. and I
'for een happenings was worth some- Winter Haven _____120 001 0004 V99.V.9"9""O" 99'OOOOO' 'O.t..OOOOO'O.. 1
'pounds: sown this year will produce Mrs. Hilliard.are positive from the '
i. thing. Two base hits-Watt., J Cham- OR TrtADE for horse and
enough seed for a good stand next of the watch
ti comparison numberand* He brought into the argument a new berJess; homo; run, Huntei ; hits-off Strong, intelligent, gentle, excellent wagon, one 2 c/, Buick In good
,/year. This method, however, is not other effects that they hays found all condition, good tires must sell i
r feature that of insurance rates and Haynes I 5 in 4 1-3 innings oft Snell 6; condition. Money refunded if no ; or .
< 'profitable where a good crop is desired! that i is left of their son's companion.His WSSPfoak? trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. 0. .,.4
$ Is showed that the people of Kissimmeeare first base on balls-Snell 3; struck out colt. 422 street. 6tf Box 221 Klsstmmen. '
( thl y6ar. ., body was found twenty-one miles 7tf
r .*** row paying 15 to 20 per cent more -by Borzc, 11; by Haynes, 4; by Snell, .
, r; .** "CULTIVATION LESSENS DAMAGE from the spot where the launch Margaret I for their insurance than they should 5; sacrifice;! hits-Burdick; stolen basesF STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE- FOR SALE-One good saddle horse

; [/ was located, and it is the theory pay. He also showed that the changesto Chambcrlcss, Hunter, Bullock, Magnificent northern animal. Call and several :fresh Jersey cow. Sc K
& FROM BOLL WEEVIL that both men were murdered I New Eden Plantation
k young near Nar- W. W. Carson.
y be made in the pumping plant un- Barze; passed balls-Fielding, 3; hit tf.r"F
%) e. I and their bodies carried tJ the spots der the contract would aid materiallyin by pitcher-Carson. 2; time of game- coossce, or address Box 496, Kis-
f" One way to fight the boll weevil is I where found to hido the crime. simmee, Fla. 20-5t WILL TRADE-Twenty acres of Improved .
reducing tho insurance charge.George two hours umpire-Weaver.
t to, cut-general him. That is not al-.1A !' land near Shingle Creek "'f1
?/ Singletary presented an argument -
\w; y* easy to do, but by an early start POISON BAIT ATTRACTS FOR SALE-Good light running top Station for city property in Kis
against the ,contract and dur- Barlow defeated Lakeland at the
y Ft, ,the cotton planter can do a great THE MOLE CRICKETS buggy, in good order Will sell simmee. Inquire at 16 Broadway. ,f
ing his talk was interrupted by Mr. latter place yesterday by a score of 9
deal toward lessening the damage Tucker who stated: to 4. The game was loosely played. cheap. For particulars, write or call 20-tf \
i done by the pest. E. S. Pace. district
at the Valley Gazette.
), agent for the University of Florida Reports indicate that mole crick- "EVERYONE OF THE BOYS NOW The score follows: FOR SALE-A new lot fine little .

a ets are damaging gardens and vegetables EMPLOYED IN YOUR CITY 7LANT / R II E ranches on the market; young
Extension division recommends frequent FOR RENT-Six modern
room cottage
i a 8A and shallow cultivation. This These pests are similar to WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF IN THE Barlow __ _____003 300 021-9 14 6 close in; $12 per month. E groves; shrubbery; good roads. See /','

jlceepa''the'''cotton growing well and other crickets except that they are TUCKER BRICK COMPANY'SPLANT. Lakeland __ ___000 202 000-4 8 3 E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur or address. E. Swope: 23-6t ..,

lighter colored and their front leg ." Batteries-:L'Honnmidi,and II. Davie ance. 104 Possiel Ave. (The Inn).
r ,It- wills enable' to set and developVflcare are adapted to burrowing. They live Arguments In favor of the contract ; Harvey and Kelley. i OR SALE-Seed Irish potatoes for 1
before the weevil attack EXPERIENCED i fall planting One hundred :
in the ground during the day and MAN Competent ,
{' reaches its were made by S. B. Aultmann, C. A. .
height.Unfavorable soil come out at night and feed on vegetables Carson, John M. .Lee, J. W. Lilly and Winter Haven 3; Kisaimmee 0, bookkeeper-stenographer, would like at 75 cents a bushel while they last. ;'

or weather condition while the unsuspecting gardener City Attorney O'Bryan explained how All of the teams of the Orange Belt to locate in Kis imlncc. Answer Box Must sell at once. Need storage t

'' are apt to cause the early is asleep.J. \. the contract had been drawn to pro- league were gathered at Bartow Tues 97, Winter Haven, Fla. 22-3tpd room. H. C. Avant. 23-2t 1
aquar'es to shed and consequently
n R. Watson, entomologist to the tect the and day as a featuro of the big good roadsrally.
city's plant to insure continuous FOR
:' :due the yield. The weevils usually SALE-Tent, 14 by 24; with six ;,.::1
University of Florida Experiment municipal ownership. The big day was too much for FOR SALE-Ford roadster, $225. foot side
the late that walls; almost Will
ruw account for now.
+ so
: squares Station, recommends poison bait for Klsbimmee and the Cowpunchers went Good condition. Extra truck body.
S. B. Aultmftn moved that the meet- be sold '
a bargain. Address
"there H.
i i. not late The far.mer T.
? or top crop. them. A mixture in the proportion of ing go on record as endorsing the down in defeat before the Winter Ha- "M," P. O. box 123, Kissimmee. 22-4t Beater
!issiminee Fla.
the ) ,
must depend early 24-Upd.
w t on squares 100 pound of low grade floor to two Tucker contra: 'The motion was seconded ven crew by a score of 3 to 0. The .,

r, car his crop. Consequently conditions or two and a half pounds of part by R. T. Butler and it was ap- Kissimmee boys failed to get a single RENT FREE-3 rooms to widow in I FOR SALE-A quantity of good fur- i .

should, happy. possiblefLr' green will attract many of the pest parent from the mumble of voice that hit off Haynes, who pitched for Winter return for light housework. No ob- niture for sale cheap; also a good 'f r ':.

tie ( Pace recommend a culNvaUon.t6lhyitweekor'ten Place the bait in a small ring or fur-. others were anxious to do the same Haven, in the seven-Inning session. jection to children. X. Y. Z., Gazette sewing machine. Owner leaving :' 9
day- at of
1& depth row around the plant. thing. Mayor H. R. May, who presided Barze, pitching for the locals, gave up office. 23-2tpd town. Address P O. box 364 J.r
.. CalUvaton.shouldc
? two'lnch.
.ona to That presence of ,not cricket Is put the question and asked fora only four hits, but error helped his opponents city; 24-ltpd
; 1
c .- "' -whol.round surface. DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M.
.. Indicated by: damaged plant and by rising vote. Mora than two-thirds of to score. The score by Innings Tiller.
/*" _. }&tl. Kg'rr f > r TiTba raised barrow similar those.01 the. thOM present arose and the rote was follow FOR SALE-100x150 feet of ground .;

l ': y little *Utor b'man ruffle upon dance fufXlfjjnm mofa"though not 'solarge. greeted with applause.The RilE FOR EXCIIANGE-Splendid house of in best part of Kissimmee, near th'.L- ,. .
frock -' tad It can -
: Court
'(' J Jaea4.10 food; bas vote on the Tucker contract will KIsimmee ..000000 0-0 0 3 six rooms and 100 feet front on a House. East front, delightful ), \ ;

10,..' .' j- A car load of new Irish potatoes be taken.tomonow,when the freeholder Winter Haven 100002 0-2 4 0 good street with fine fruit trees, 'sr- view of the lake, very low, owned by a.;.
-...... *'s the loanhi.- I left Eon Callie,:,the first.ot .thus soan' a non-resident. finest kind of place'
ria p.r4atslsd. of the city: will decide.: The voting Batterie. Bane and Story; Haynes age and stabl. to trade for farm
"/,.., __ : ; ...*. **, pa.eJabont.- , ......, win be '. and Ffelden. near Klssftnmee. See for two homes.'a_ '' '' .D .
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..- | Gl ..tone'Casino building. The'poll.* will I several good exchange to ,ftr. List PIANO "
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