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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 9, 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: VID00754
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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APPROVING PLAN TO R. W. Cobb, who for tho past PROPOSED ELECTRICITY PLAN FIRST CHOICE VOTES WITH Flames which are believed to have SUPERVISOR OF REGIS;4 .... '>

ERADICATE CATTLE TICK FROM four years has been engaged in the BY VOTE OF 88 TO 82 AT ELEC- 18,000 OR.20,000 VOTES TO BE had their origin in a defective flue TION BY SIXTEEN VOTES' i M.,

STATE OF FLORIDA AFTER LISTENING drug business in Kissimmee, died TION HELD HERE LAST SATUR- HEARD FROM IN TWELVE OF entirely destroyed the country homeof MULBERRY SINK VOTEUNKNOWN :J "'''.'

TO ADDRESSES OF Tuesday morning after An illness of CONSIDERABLE INTEREST 'FIFTT TWO COUNTIES. OF THE J. F, O'Berry, south of the city, AND ,TO BE COUNT.. .. .,.. ,.
CAMPAIGN LEADERS. several weeks. While not unexpectedDr. SHOWN. STATE. Tuesday morning.The ED FOR RESULT.; -] 'tor ..

Cobb' death was a great shock to flames were first noticed on the c -Y1..*.'.. ..<'t

DR. NIGHBERT SPEAKS his Funeral many .services friends. were held Wednes- COUNCIL COUNTS VOTE TRAMMELL LEAD SAFE I roof brisk of the wind kitchen was about blowing eight and o'clock.the MACH DEFEATS MILLEBv. :>,

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day afternoon at the Presbyterian was soon carried to the. main por- t ;*;(.|e 4.

GOVERNMENT EXPERT EXPLAINS church, the Rev. W. B. Withcrspoon PROPERTY OWNERS VERONA SHEATS AND KELLEY RUNNING tion of the house. Many friends of JUDGE T. M. MURPHY HA&GOOir.' 1; :'

TO OSCEOLA COUNTY officiating. The Masonic lodge was STREET ASK THAT IT BE CLOSE FOR SUPERINTENDED the family rushed to the assistance of MAJORITY OVER J. W;' I4LI/Y*;.

CATTLE RAISERS HOW TICKS in charge of the funeral and the beautiful PAVED FROM STEWART -AMOS LEADS ANGLE FOR the O'Berry; family in automobiles, IN RACE FOR COUNTY JUDaEar. 1 \. li{

ROB THEM OF JUST RETURN and impressive Masonic servicewas STREET TO DILLINGHAM AVENUE COMPTROLLER BROWN DE- but their combined efforts resulted in OFFICE-TRAMMELL. CARRIES ,*:. .1' .

FROM! LABOR WHILE J>lt. observed. During the hour of the WITH WOODTEX PRICK FEATS COCKRELL FOR SUPREME {I the saving of only a small portion of COUNTY FOR SENATOR ANd:;

BLACKMAN ASKS 'OItVCO-Ol. funeral every drug tore in the city COUNCIL BEGINS CONSIDERATION COURT-DRANE WINS the furniture.The CATTS FOR GOVERNOR W.'(rJdT.Ji*,"

ERATION AND P. L. SUTHERLAND was closed as a mark of respect to OF PLANS TO CUT DOWN OVER SPARKMAN FOR CON. loss was partly covered by in- SEARS GIVEN FINE VOTE.B1 i '

The house, which was a frame '
WORK. Floral offerings of unusual beauty structure of twelve rooms, was a land With all t1trectncte- of the count 1" ..
attested the sympathy of the many When the city council met Tuesday Incomplete returns from I '
mark in this section, having once reported except Mulberry Sink?
Osceola county won new laurels for friends. night the vote in the special city elec- indicate the election of the
{ been the home of Milt Bryan father ,110, and the official canvass In,
, progressiveness yesterday, when the Dr. Cobb was born in Selmd, Ala.. tion held last Saturday was canvassedand I following: I I of United States Senator Nathan P. iress today, the result of'T ..

first county meeting in the campaign in 1861 and was married to Miss Sarah the result officially recorded. The Governor-Sidney J Calls or W. Bryan. It was famous for having primary in Osceola county .oo : ;.

f of education looking to the eradica- Belle\ Harlen, in Columbia Tcnn, freeholders of the city voted againstthe V. Knott. I been the boyhood home of two Unit following: ..:JJI!:

tion of the cattle tick was bcld here. Sept. 21, 1905, who now survives him. proposed Tucker electric current U S. Senator-ParK M. Trammell. I ed States Senatois-Nathan P. and C. L. Bandy has been re-elect4t: :

Between 150 and 200 persons, nmong Two brothel, Sam and Ed. Cobb, contract by the close margin of 88 to Congress, First .District-H. J. | Will ''Bryan. tax: collector over G.. H. Clark,."b. {;.at.

.1 them many women, nil interested in both of Tallahassee, are other neST" 82. Drane. Cloud, by a majority of 66. ' '. ;

the business of raising cattle\ either surviving relatives.Dr. Considerable interest was shown in Congress, Second DistrictFrankClark I Edgar Kate leads C. Wj.> Griffin for ):.

directly or indirectly, attended the Cobb spent most of hie life in the election and a fair proportion of (unopposed). METHODIST CHURCH supervisor of registration' by}IBveto1, ,:'"

meeting which wan held at the Gray- Florida, establishing his first drug the qualified vote was accounted for. Congress, Third.. District-J. II. with Mulberry Sink yet to,'.. .
stone Casino. Addresses were made With this subject dioposed of the .. .
store in Pensacola. He was a resi- Smithwick. counted. -f < .,+ .
by Dr. E. M. Nighbert, of the Bureauof dent of Kissimmee for the past four council began the consideration of Congress, Fourth District-W. J. GREATLY-PROGRESSING Sheriff L. H- Ingram, hasr..Ilea! .?.......,:r

Animal Industry, U. S. Depart years. He was connected as a phar- other matters of public importance. Sears. majority over both Clay i-1?

ment of Agriculture; Dr. W. F. Blackman macist with the 'Robcrson drug store Property owners on Verona street REPORTS MADE MONTHLY CONFERENCE J. II. Smith."i? >: 'j

; president of the Florida Live till recently, when he became mana- between Stewart street and Dilling- Secretary of State-H. Clay Crawford ARE ENCOURAGING J. E. Johnston defeated A. J.,MAC. \'lI/." :).
Stock Association and P. L. Sutherland ham avenue presented a petition ask- ,
ger of the Corner Drug stor TO THIS CONGREGATIONWHICH : I Donough for county surveyor by a bigmajority (.
of tho Florida Cattle ing that the be with Ernest '
street paved Comptroller-- Amos.
manager *
lie was a member of the Knightsof HAS A TOTAL OF : ;T 1 brz .
Tick Eradication Committee of the Tucker Woodtex brick. The petitionwas 'f '
Treasurer C. Luning defeated C. .
Pythias and Masonic lodges and a NINETY ADDITIONS, DURING Ernest Mach B Millar
outhern Settlement. and Developent member. of the Episcopal church. ... referred to the street committee State SuperintendentW..,... N.; TilE YEAR. for county commissioner, district r
Organization. to ascertain if the city can raise ' ' No. 1. . '* .
He was a progressive citizen anda Shouts. ;, t ?.. .5. f .
', concrete result of the meeting the money for its part of tho'p vlng. v M. .has at'. ''to
1The ) T.
of worth. He made :; Judge Murphy -
:';; man sterling a Justice of,> Supremo .Court-Jeffer #'Interesting services were those held
the of tho following resolutions' Definite action on the matter is ex- .. .
was passage great friends and his .loyalty "' ''''''<;mmH. lMll! '1 majority.over J. W.: Lilly forflee
many i on ,B.:Browne. .j.1\'i'\ ., > afTlher'; 'Methodist church last Sunday .,
\ pected at the'next meeting. It unanimously. They were appears of :
\ to them was a well known ch .,; mornings ,. county judge.; .,.
:drawn by Mr. Sutherland and presented istic as was his willingness racter-I that the property owners of the --- F. Bass defeated W. P. '. .'
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.. city are determined to havo With the bulk of the vote already There was a good .
the more ;
at the close of meeting by those in adverse circumstances. pavIng for county commls.lonor'.m. INtf. ) ...:
and that the favorito heard from in about 40 Sunday school and is the custom on -' *.; .
the kind just out of 52 ;
C. A. Carson, who presided over .'3. ** !
He will be missed by the entire .. if"fJl'
the first in each month the
meeting.' The resolutions read as follows community. now is tho homo product--"The Tucker counties, and with approximately 18- Sunday children. In I B. H. Guy defeated O.; R..Bass 'for. i j ,
. pastor preached to the ,
Woodtex brick"City 000 or 20,000 votes still to bo heard
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county commissioner in district No, '\IIi"
connection with the service .
Clerk interest in .
Whereas, the Texas fever, or cattle Gilbert was instructedto from Tuesday's primary I W. F. Walker defeated R., LM"!' !
and H. C.
Castlcr Stanford "
advertise bids election centers in the relative Harper .
for for
tick, is the greatest enomy of cattle, FINE PROGRAM READY sidewalks were received into the church. Pearce for county commissioner: !( #kt
previously on Mitchell and strength which may be developed by *
'and district No 6. > rtrt
Mabctte streets. Catts and Knott for the Gubernatorial At the close of the sermon the Whereas, the cattle Industry is essential FOR SUNDAY CONCERT The matter of insurance rates honors. **' monthly church conference was called E. L. D. Overstreet defeatod B. a;:;;;I'! ..
was Hancock for commissioaerari4": ...
to the general development of county; ; ( <
to order and reports made from ,
brought up and in discussion it was Trammell lias a lead of nearly & V
district No.2.
diversified agriculture, and- 1
the various departments of church ac j
freely stated that the rates here 8,000votes over Bryan for the Sen- t
were Ba14r
H. Baisden defeated G. I
A splendid program of music has J. .. O
Whereas, diversified agriculture: tivities. For good reasons the con- ;
much higher than they should be. A atorial nomination and it is generally
ber and J. S. Stratton for membex. -
the after-
been arranged for Sunday ,
'must be the bed-rock on which the I committee compoood of W. W. Carson believed that this vote will be in- ference had been omitted for April .
noon concert of the Kissimmee band of the school board from district 2T).: '?!
State of Florida is to march to further and Roma Thomas was appointedto creased as additional returns come in. and May, so the reports covered from j ,
Director G. M. Shearouse, Jr., announces 3. : .t:'
social and economic greatness, and take the matter with the Tabulation of the returns indicatea March't) to Juno 4. .1 N .
Whereas the social and economic that the concert will beginat The taken: from Trammell carried. the county;: tor"4"'. Southeastern :Tariff Association and close race between Sbeats and Kelley following was reports '
4 o'clock and will be as follows: senator and Catts for governor i
of ,ci'COJlgreslmal
betterment of the State is the hope ascertain just what changes tho citymust for Superintendent of Public In- made: ;
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March, The Guiding Star-.Stiebcritz \ W. J. Sears,was jglv- .M
\ citizens therefore, be members receivedby
all good now, make in its fire fighting struction. Sheats is leading for re- Pastor reported
preparation .
Overture Foot and PeasantV. Suppe en a fine vote in his liome county rjl1,, i
it- in order election baptism, 36; by vows, 14; by cer- *t.
to havo the rates low- by about 2,000 votes out of I j
770 197 for Lako and'46.for4,' ,\
Comet Solo, Down in the Deep against !'
that he had
that the Osceola Cattle ered. tificate, 14. making 64;
Resolved, 30,000 accounted for.
Cellar ________ __ Fischer Fogarty. ......) '""t.M,
4 men's Convention at Kissimmce, June Uuuu Chairman E. C. Bryan, of the Bulk- In the race for Comptroller AmosIs attended all of the social, business !.. ..
Fox Trot Siam Fischer A. D. Penney carried the couw: '
8th' 1916 most heartily endorsed the Waltz, Celestia uuu______________Smith head Committee, reported that the leading Angle by about 3,000 votes and devotional six meetings Infants and of made the against Joseph II. Jones for stole'tomey ....H'. ?
1:' movement now being made to inform Chinese Novelty, Hong Kong committee was making some progress out of 32,162 votes accounted for. church, baptized by a vote of ;' '" .

all\ of the people of the State as to Long Hildreth in the matter of devising ways and Jefferson B. Browne, of Key West, .174 pastoral visits. definite figures on, the .eemainderroY. -t 'i "
the pernicious effect of the fever tick uuuh means to do the work. is leading Justice Cockrell, for the The Woman's Missionary Society
____ the circuit have -' ,
Sextette, from Lucia __Donizetti as yt been''Ji; '
on the health, growth and mortalityof The matter of widening Emmett Supreme Court by a vote of nearly reported six new members enrolled! ffi&'
(by request.) out and it is thought that tho. .l
cattle, and be It- street from Clyde avenue west was two to one. and $80.50 raised. The two Leaguesreport.Jd +htI
will be to dss1d ;
One Step, Those Good Old Days canvass necessary'
Resolved, that we pledge ourselvesto Back Home ._____:___...Monaco referred to the street committee, In the race for Railroad Commissioner than a 100 combined and membership raised $70.of the winner.: . "'o f.j::14 :
all which was asked to decide the Royal C. Dunn Is leading for more money .
tick eradication at .
support upon ca
March The Ultimatum______ Allen Senator Arthur E. Donegan << 'fit :
best method of re-election while Wells and The treasurer's report showed $1- ..'
times by means at our command obtaining too property Bryan ,
every Finale, Suwanne River.MOONLIGHT the county against. G.< .W. en ):" ;.
332.89. The school 16 classes ;,
needed for this contest for second place in the face, Sunday '
until Florida is free from fever Durooce. ,with
of >,
I by a vote against 428 11.- 1:: .
. with 350 and $113.14. The twomen's
The request of the Hart Memorial (Continued on Page 12) pupils 'Tho inh d .
precinct missing. f'4i'i.A
tick.This classes the new S. S. build- :
resolution makes Osceola EXCURSION Corporation for financial aid in keeping trict is lose and friends,-of :Cn"fo !;.k:.'
ing, $203.49.In
county! not only the first county in the up the Hart Memorial building as MISS ELLIS TO PLAY addition to the above $2,600 had ford are_. claiming his election* A ,
state hold of this sort a civic renter was. again taken up. It has conceded J. ,
to a meeting ,.| tor Donegan not : .; ;
" AND LAKE BOAT RIDEA been giv-sn to Southern College, mak-
was decided that just at the present I'
k but also the first to take definite ac- feat and the official' ,pIIT&I.i'p.Ul $
tion upon the important matter of the council could not do more than it WITH BIG ORCHESTRAThe ing 400.00.a financial report totaling $4- likely be the'fc: 7'.; ,- ,;;.

tick eradication. It is not unlikely moonlight excursion and boat is doing except to furnish a city em- The unofficial ' this : '''4'fwith

that a permanent organization will be ride on the'lake will be given on Fri- ployee to take care of the lawn. :The The report showed all departmentsof one precinct missing' is given.jn"4 ti
is many: friends of Miss Ruby tho church active and making good . "
city ad
. water
now furnishing
formed as a result of the meeting June 16. invited lights tabulated form on pagetwelv.t"; 7''
day evening, Everybody -
'"' free to the building.The Ellis, daughter of 'iP-w: tills of this progress. There were ten or twelve .-r.
and that actual steps will soon be ta- to come and have a good time. \9'i _. 'J,
.. water and light committee 'was city will be pleased to know that she candidates for membership which will \
ken for an organized effort to place Refreshments served on board the authorized to purchase 700 feet of I has accepted an offer to play with the be received later. This will make' KISSIMMEE 'WINS, I .
Osceola county in the free territory boat. Tickets on sale at city dock. the ,, : .
new fire hose at 90 cents per foot. .Brenau College orchestra during about, 90 additions this year. "f,. "
column.C. Price 25 cents. Boat will leave the
committee summer at the New St. Simons Hotelon
A. Carson, who presided over city dock at eight o'clock. Benefit of ized to with was automobile author- St. Simons Island, near Brunswick BETIIEL DAVIT MISSION., WEIRD CONTEST. "

the meeting, opened the program the Episcopal. church. arrange an Ga. ,. .
with a short address filled with witty truck owner to transport the cull Services for Sunday June llth Tho Kissimmee, *
Miss Ellis has been employed as an < A
... expressions, but his humor was well H THE S VOTERS. brick Alabama recently purchased from the instructor In music at Brenau College Bible school at 10:00.: _... ,:m. Preaching Lakeland on the local 1Itdeil" 9 i
.' chosen and effective. He reviewed brick U scattered Paving Company the Kls-, during the past term And win, at 7:30 p..m. by pastor.,. Subject, terday; afternoon .in;; a !1

jIr ,the purpose of the meeting and de- I, wish to thank ray many friends simmee-Orlando alongside probably return to her post as a "Excu s." You are cordially; invitedto by score of 15'to 1. ;",'1.\

;'", rafred, that now Florida 'had freed for their support and vote in the primary Kissimmee highway' and will be teacher again next winter, althoughshe ,worship with us. Forsake not the was a feature and th.loces: ) -
brought to for in doing
'" herself of politics in the primary Just election 'on Tuesday by which I repair work. use has pot definitely decided.. She assembling"of) batting t

'. .' held it-was time to begin the eradication was chosen as a member of-the boardof expects to visit her,..:'relatives and """"* m .* i jpmtttf".. / The.score by inning. follows<< 1: 's. .

of the cattle ticks as.welL' He county; commissioners.: I will attempt Howard Katsj baa' returuod from friend In, Kissimmee early in "Sep Miss.Nina'Bratton' spent the weekend c'; B.' y

' \ introduced Dr.,W. F. Blackman, pea to, merit confidence placedin Rollo, Mod where he visited the relatives tember.. ,with Mr_; and Mrs,L.,;T.,Bryan, Klssimmie.001'041 63z= .

'J1t'Jii: Jdent of the: State. Live-Stock,Asso* me by careful attention. 'to .the duties "of Mrs..Katx' who accompanied Miss Ellis ,1s an accomplished musician of""Sanford, having accompanied them Lakeland.3-.:; .'000 600.: '

." .ebition,?who spoke onJl Abject'of. -of 1 the office. -, him.' Mrs.-,Kail"will 'remain' for. a, and her many; friends helle'are home la their ear' after,a. brief. visit 'Batteries. Bane-uci..
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Simple Recipes Recommended {

** I. : Reports from various 'parts of the

f To Canning Club Girls county demonstration'agents state Indicate ''that powdery mildew is i'

aro producing results.. If anybody: damaging sweet peas. ,This disease

/ v I doubt the progress which they and frequently covers the entire plant

The' following recipes for makin( ,'I Spiced Cucumber Salad. their j 1 demonstration farmers: are with a thin felt-like fungus growth

ketchup, pickles, and spiced vinegar V..e..Me.-8 'pounds allcedcUcum- mAking C. K. McQuarrle, state agent usually distinctly powdered with its !
bera (about dozen r
) ; 4 cup! .hopp..donloni' ....
.C- I have been supplied to the membersof ; I chopped: sweet red pep* I for the University; of Florida- t Extension -, spores Dr. C. D... Sherbakoff, associate "'T")

4' LOW ROUND TRIP SUMMER RATES the girls' canning clubs in the .; cup Sweet green v.p..p..r. j 1 Division bids them travel : plant pathologist to the University '?
JACKSONVILLE South. tifltrt' Vl.e......-1 quart vinegar: Vi'" through the. counties and observe the : of Florida Experiment 'Station,

it .jI. I 1 1, ......._.. If.FROM. 01_...__I ,I M c...._...;;...;..... u 51 Select red. ripe tomatoes. The ex cup powdered sugar ginger; 1 tnbloapounful, and mustard each feed aalt; 1 ''crops. Most counties have an Agent i recommends dusting the .'pla t. with ,
I i UM..n.._._ ..M M f..lwr.s' .....d .4.t I_........,,...._ II." tra juice small and broken fruit tenapoonfulacelery I neT-d .t c................_ 5151 ......_._.__ .. ........._h_ rI N. tablespoonful each of whole I or sulfur
....... .._ ..... ... ..... .... pepper.
.c. TIN /.w. U IFMM 11/i which will not do for canning cl v... JI h......_.,....-. .. KM T.T4HM..__ t..,_....__ JIM may he I a 11
-. e ew/4d./.n4.-.......1...51. M..1.51 Ill M Mwr' ..L...,;._ .', .51eN..Y.51 "...........-W.k._-._.... 11 M. 41 I/ used, if they are sound and red. Anygreen I Mix the cucumber and onion and Mr. McQuarrie says that the condi; Any plants, such as roses, beans '

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Low. '
1 151.....0..,._. ......!M fMlw._*C.l M..r .4..N..Ih.,4-* .I.I.. .....Ir.MMep.*454 I. color, and not( /good for market.. Use 1, stand over night. Put.peppers in brine is in those counties which have not.'men\. t

1 .. TI......._.lit wll....._, ......11.1 e./. II. t whole 'splces'tied ]loosely in'a bag over night. Next morning drain vegetables i i One does not necjJ to go from one I'I. .

VA.RIAM.R ROUTE TO DKNVfR, SALT 1.ARF.::.COLORADO I while cooking and remove before bottling I and ,freshen for 1 to 2 tours county to another to see thin diffcr- The farmers at Wimauma are bus*
j SPRINGS. I.OH AN<;f.I"i, SAN tKANCISUO, in clear water. who \] in canning a large '
# PORTLAND, SEATILE. :. to prevent darkening the product lentT.he farmers are cooperating lily I engaged quantity '.

+ I"). I i __0.1.N. .Ih......44h... It. Lo.I.......&...Ib.ta C"I_,y NN ...... L11...d_ caused by ground spices. This i Put all whole spices in cheesecloth: with the agent can be recognized -I of beans and tomatoes.NAHCOOSSEE. .

) e TO THE MOUTH AND NOaTh' BIT. tfc.. ., ....l lk>_lk _100 MITII does not apply to red pl.'ppe"', which by tho condition of his crops. The

; 9N, I I ....._ .1 Lrn..NI''rill IIOUTHt 11..51..AND"Neal,_.. ... ,..,.......,..1.! Atl. M*.. __.. helps to give a bright red color. The mus-tard! continued drouth this springban de I :' .
J- I ttlt..'M.. ,L.n./N..i .lll.C'b1N/ A.*.M.DIXII 4.r_..._..4..., ...... JNaw414 LaP. pulp of sweet Spanish pepper orthe . for five monstrated clearly the value of Improved .

Atkn Ca. . methods. In one county which i Rev. B. II. Guy held services at the '
,,I' MM rLVBK" VU,.. l.N.p.. NN1NIt.M, .1110. groupd Hungarian paprika may also I minutes. Drain the vegetables well
1N. i..N.,14.a r. M. rlm" CbW.Iii
t ".T. LOUIS exra.55" N. Wnt.-.n. PM.4A.NNYNI4. be used to give color and flavor Re- 'and pour the hot spiced1 vinegar over produces large amounts of potatoes Baptist. church\ last Saturday evening/
!, ;: BnM.lll.:b.n1 J..N14 aiM; r. M., ....... M. LN.> I,.A. M.Tkr the 25 {'.
> of a.ltv Irmbt* t. Ik. $........ lk._|k .N.w 0....M. u......". move seeds from sweet red pepper, them. Let stand 24 hours. Pack, distributing thj agent has increased yield fund 1 Sunday. 1
A '. 'I 'I 4'.1.I.'.. .w.MI.b....1... h.N .*.!..._*tk. Cwt-.".,..11..d.. N N..11 U....Nd N./01.-.au1N-. IX ... chop, and add 1 cup of this pepper the pepper well and flattening 30 per cent. In other counties the' Johnnie BaiwJen, of Whittier was a

j ..- , WNW II..nrd..1.b..b4..5..._.N..N.NNlr.r1/ :.= n..;Nl'.N.. . ..4M.5-51rtw N. n.N./W I1.55. and.2 medium-sized'onions to I gallontomatoes some of the cucumber slices results are similar visitor at Narcoossee Sunday. :i,1

.... : r ifi H. C BRETNEY before cooking. against the face of each jar fill the I I I Tindall Bros", are gathering beef ,

".c; fIooW. .'_m Af_, Cook the tomatoes thoroughly] put jars with same vinegar and paddle DO. NOT BE IN A HURRY cattle.Ahis. week which they will sell

/ __" LoooioWIo IM. N.W....l..S....Stn R.* through a colander or sieve saving all well to remove all pubbles. Garnish TO BREED GILTS ,'to J. W. Ward.' .

_...' e l JACKS6NVILLE... FULOfkw pulp, and measure. For every gallonof with strips of red pepper or pieces of (! E. O. Mitzel, of Narcoossec, left j I
IIii I IM |.411..aNy151i. for Bethany Ohio his
pulp use the following: spice. Process 12-ounce jars 15 minutes Some pig club boys are in a hurry : last Monday
{:old 1 home. Mr. McNurlan bought his
at 180
I degrees F.
ty 2 tahlespoonfuls salt: 4 table.poon.- to obtain a ]litter from their young '
I I home here.
ful sugar: 1 tablespoonful mustard I
Pickled Onions sows A. P. Spencer, district agent
<( each of whole allspice, Select small white onions and sort for the University Florida Extension -!I .

e St. Cloud cloves red peppers. cinnamon sliced, sad and pepper Seeds I small. into two sizes one-half inch diameterin ('I' Division suggests that the sows ,I Mr. Charley today. Monftdoca: was in St. .
Department putting tomatoes through one and three-fourths in the other. should not be bred before they are Cloud yesterday. d

xx colander add ground spices and spice Peel. Cover with fresh water and let I I nine or ten months o;d. If they are I I I Miss :Matticlc-nc Hill returned last I II

.. bag, and cook for 1% hburs, or until stand two days, changing the water 1'not 1.' :well developed] for their age they I'(('I Friday from a pleasant, visit to Lake
NEWS AND:' :NOTES' OF TilE -WONDER: CITY" FROM OUR OWN nearly thick enough, then add vinegarand on second day. Wash well and put ,. should not be bred even then. \Helen. l'

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT> cook until thick. Rapid cooking brine for 4 days changing brine at i Too early breeding stunts youngsows. There will lie u big t fish f fry next'
v in few
Except a cases theywill I
'i L 1 (being careful not( to scorch the ketchup end of second day. Take out of brine I Saturday at the Baptist church hero. j
not attain normal] growth if they
) will, give a better color] than and put in boiling water. Let stand There will h- ice cream sold for the 'j
Mr. and :Mrs. F. left Tuesday three months with friends rela- are subjected to raising a litter of
Roby 1 ond for
slow cooking. The finished product 10 minutes; then put in cold water 'I benefit of the church house. E'el'1 1
+' for Bloomfield Vt. I lives at Monida Mont. for 2 hours. pigs too soon. They should] weigh lIt
Drain and in
/' should be a fine bright red. pack jars, body invited.Mr. .
I :Mr. and Mrs. George T. Brinker- I least 125 to 150 pounds at the time
x A. E. Proujrht was a business caller ! Pour ketchup at once into hot sterilized putting in a few small red peppers ( M. I P. Tindall, went to Kissim-
'' Kissimmee 'Vedne da". i hoff who hrvc their home here, left and garnishing with sprigs'of' ofbreeding.. This weight, however,
.. at on bottles. If any quantity is made : mace. mee yesterdayand purchased a new
should not he considered if the animal -
Christian'ehurd Tuesday for a .visit with friends at
The people of the I for sale set the hot bottles at once I Fill jars to overflowing with spiced I ai'tomobile.
is not old An immaturesow
I will hold all day picnic at the lakefront Ods. a, Mo. vinegar made previously and allowedto
an Irrto a vessel of hot water having a Mr. and :Mrc..1. B. Houser and children
]Donald Conn who has been attend- I is not capable of suckling a litter
a the foot of Alabama stand for few
on Thursday at false bottom in it to prevent break- a days with spice spent Sunday in Orlando.
N of end the themselves
pigs, pigs
the Stetson at De-
ing University
avenue. age, put the cork stoppers in looselyand bags left in it. Process as for pick Mr. Jack Red it und Mr. James
to be stunted.
w returned here
Land. Wednesday evening -
Charles Griffin of Kit-smimee, was last. process at boiling point for 30 les. I Smith, of Kishimmeo attended church

f t A St. Cloud caller on Monday. minutes. Drive the corks in tightlyand Spiced Vinegar.ceeryaseedfeuprgratedahore- here Sunday.Mr. .
Rev. J. B. Westcott left Tuesday The breed is not so important PS : C. W. Burns and wife spent I last
The New York Veterars Association when cool dip the mouth of bottle :
; f morning to join his family at Plcas- : rShclh .< the pigs and cows. Persuade ,
'0 X met in Oak Grove Park into melted parafln, or cover stopper 1 cup' sugar; 1H tablespoonfuls* mustard your Monday in liar w.
antvill, N. J.Postmaster. seed 1 tablespoonful salt:; 1 ta neighbors to decide on a breed and ,: ,
day afternoon with a good number inattendan with sealing wax. '
Johnston and familywere make the community famous for Not Affect The Herinroimc
I that The Oulnlne II That Dots
l!. After the sos- Mustard Pickle. Cloves nutmeg and grated onion .
business visitors Kissimmee of It. Ionic and lamatUr effect LAXA-
(, ,. at Sunday.Mr. breed. Make the product good arid
,. ...
Lion music and recitations were the blea-1 "pint whole small cu- may be added if desired. TIVNBROMOQWNINgisbetter nordin r>
; A. Alexander end niece Annie rumbera.; 1 pli.t sliced rucurnbrra; 1pint the market will take cire of itself. Quinine and due not cause nervouaiiea nor
order of the day. After a pleasanttime left Tuesday for White Springs shall whole onions; 1 cup bean; Green Tomato Pickle.- But and ringing in head Remember the full nan* and.
get some pigs cows. .
3 green sweet pepper; 1 pint green fix j took ag the signature of K. W. GROVK. -
together they adjourned to
tomatoes or 1 pint cauliflower. 1 gallon green tomatoes; H dozen
the second instead Fla.Mr. large onion.: 1 rupa brown sugar; H I
Tuesday July and :Mrs. Fowlcrson ]left Tues- I>m latar-1 quart vinegar; 4 table.spoonfuls lemon; 3 pod red pepper; 9 cups vineIKar I
of the it will be the flour: t- cup sugar; > table
first 1
Tuesday, as : tablcapoonfu whole black pepper -
4 visit in Montano1.Iinncsota. apoonfut
day morning to powdered mustard: H tablespoonful 1
; tablespoonful whole clovea; 1
Fourth of July. turmeric; 1 teaspoonful celery TRADE MARK REGISTEREDPHOSLIME
tablespoonful whole 1 tablespoonful
w Kansas and Iowa. I. aced.Cut allspice; -
( celery seed cruahedk.) 1 ta..
Morris Johnson entertained about Mrs. Harrison Coble left Wednesday
all'vegetables before measurIng blvspoonfu mustard seed, 1 tablespoonful
sixteen of his friends on Wednesday evening to spend some' time with ground muatard. I .
evening last at the home of his sisYer friends in Nebraska. tomatoes into halves, cucumbers Slice the tomatoes and onions thin.
into slices, string beans in to 1-inch .
them one-half It salt .
Mrs. Dick Indiana Sprinkle over cup
Bowers on ,V. H. Reagan was a business caller FORCITRUS
lengths, diagonally or on the bias, and i
and let stand overnight in crock
The a or
avenue. evening was pleasantly at Kissimmee on Wednesday :
c fir' pent with games and music. Dainty Mayor Bircher left Wednesday chop peppers. All vegetables should] enameled vessel. Tie the. pepper, FRUITS '
be tender and the whole cucumbersnot
I refreshments ice cream and cake cloves, allspice and celery seed in a
to time at St.
Were served which the, young people Paul nToming, Minn. spend some. longer than 2V4 Inches; cheesecloth bag. Slice the lemon and "Finely ground. Phoalime is one of the best applications? of. '
is .
,. enjoyed very much. j Miss Gladys .Saunders was the Put all vegetables into brine over chop' two pepper pods' very, fine. phosphatic fertilizers ever put on the market., ',\" .
night; then freshen in clear water for Drain the tomato and onion Well. Add It is unsurpassed- for fruit trees and general crops where phlis:
Club last week of Mrs Kittie Coates
The Prlscilla met Friday guest '
'I s,, on
". :
? June 2nd, at the'home of.Mrsv James;:;at Winter Park.!".' ,- .,,'.,... , .':(dl.j( : ; 2 S hours. Let these vegetables stand all seasoning except 1 pepper pod to phatic,material' is needed. ",,' '\wn,lffilRecommend i; .

q' Goff, with Miss Cora Anderson as Mrs.; Isabella Fin-man left Wednes- In liquor of one-half vinegar and one- the vinegar, then add the tomato and heavy applications and it will be ]lasting and become

'..$iBtant .hostess. The meeting was day morning to visit her children at half water for 15*minutes; then. scaldIn onion. Cook for one-half hour stir available through years." 'to

31 opened with singing and scripture Dayton Ohio. same liquor. ring gently at intervals to prevent
To make mustard dressing, rub all IMMEDIATE dELIVERY
burning. Remove spice bag to
reading. After a short business session Joe E. Johnston candidate for pre-

t the time was pleasantly spent in county= surveyor was a visitor in our ,the dry ingredients together until vent darkening product. Pack in 10- Prices F. O. B. Phoslime Fla.. In Bags

r convention and doing fancy work. city Monday.W. smooth; then add the hot vinegar ounce jar and garnish with slender

T After dainty refreshments were serv- I. Reynolds left Tuesday evening slowly, stirring to make smooth paste. strips of red pepper, pl.cinethem CAR LOAD J LESS THAN CARLOAD
#, Cook over pan of water, stirring care- vertically on the opposite sides ot
ed the club adjourned to meet in two to visit friends in New York -
fully until] the sauc thickens. Then $9.00 Per Ton $10.00 Per Ton
i the jar. Process for 15 minutes.
weeks with Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman City. New Jersey and Connecticut, I
drain the vegetables thoroughly and '
; and Mra. Dorothy Kashbohn at the but expects to return early in Sep- I .
pour the mustard dressing over them Arrangements have been practially WRITE FOR BOOKLET _
home of Mrs. Zimmerman on Nw tember.
t while hot. Mix well and pack in sterilized completed by the Lee County Tele- '
York avenue. Mrs. llanscorn left Tuesday morning
e para. Process IP-ounce" jars for phone Compa.y to connect with the
Mrs. Anna Peckham and daughter, to visit at Savannah Ga., and go
\ 20 minutes at 180 degrees F. (sim long distance line to Tampa and its
north later. BOX 462 OCALA FLORIDA
)M Priscilla, \ ] were Kissimmee visitors on
Edgar D. Katz candidate for supervisor mering.) ,
i Wednesday. I _.____ _______u______ __
of :; .
J registration was a St. -
-- --
Gov. Gilchrist warn a visitor in our
Cloud caller on Monday.
city on Thursday last.

Jt, / e Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bert and daughters Lynn Daugherty was a Kissimmee i J .-- V
'" visitor on Wednesday. JE ,
,* Myrtle and Irene left Monday I '

morning for their home near St. Paul AN INDIAN'S COMMENT.Are ) .1

's li"' Minn.-* Paul and :! MICHELIN.i Three-Fourths of Last Season's Sales '
Burdettef Floyd Northrup we civilized! A young woman I

who have been attending Stetson of this city who: visited the .

*University at DeLand returned home Grand Canyon a few weeks ago had I i Were Skinner Packing House Machinery . Wednesday afternoon for the ,, an educated Indian us a guide one II
{' 9 I I fr-i in ai BBEl aP Br a ai Ml
summer. I day and cia the party went along they ( I The best information available
Mr. and Mrs. I 11'\\ I1I1I
', Wednesday, in Kissimmee.Beauchamp spent saw a his father young, aggravated son had done by ,something stopon 1// i citrus shows pocking that about house three-fourths of

( >Miss ROth Bass, who has been vis'itlng the edge of the canyon and give I 1 in Florida machinery installed

her parents at Avon Park, re: .Jtjji io boy --a thorough spanking The UNIVERSAL TREADS I 1\\ I JII I- 1 I I the Skinner make.last season was of

A 4 tamed here onday. where she is Indian was indignant. "That is what aad RED TUBES -
":.employed in Hrawdy's store. I call barbarous," he exclaimed. "'Nowthat 1. Every pear since we began to

J .!Ji Dick Bowers returned home Fri- boy will always remember this tn not 1dP-1II' ceI11! Jut ceenpare (1M. --11 -- supply Skinner equipmentourtotal I

tdajr evening last from Hopewell Va., great canyon as the place where he price wiUi tkeee ,.. k T. been paring. sales have.increased.. There could

.,, where he spent a few days with Jim received a spanking. He might have lmsy7RSAL TRIAD caws J -= be no more significant testimony as

457'', I M, Xniser, a former resident of St. Cloud. carried a picture of its grandeur in / sae !zD 11N3st -- : to its efIid ncy. .

.. Mrs. Wm. Phlpps entertained ont his mind that would have assistedin \\W 151k Q.D. t

-, Friday afternoon .June 2nd, from I developing him but now all that is JI There is a Reason'

,2:00 to- 4:00: at her home on Maryland] spoiled. We Indians don't; do things I 7fa!', U.D *3-Is i ::

4 , Avenue and Eleventh street. The afternoon -, that way. We expect our children to I 77ri41 71 5. 24.55 $24.55 3555 435Is 4K -: For This Record

was pleasantly spent with ,endure pain but we don't inflict it." 235rs: h n ""e74a471i -- ,

l ,;4o .1e and conversation, after which And wasn't the Indian right 2255 35.55 eta No advertising or salesmanship r kh

f -, ',dalnt7'refreshmenta were served. The I 31 735.75 7471 74.17 35.75 s55MfeilMP.mJ 1.55 would have made our machinery v,

.:. following guests were present: Mes- 11 7.55 0.25T.1. dominate the field. It had to give :
A..r a a \ M3I i {
danVc* Vreeland, Veeder. Jennings 1s 55.te 1 satisfaction. II.C.Schraedt'fwfltes .;
e--' "- 7t 51.55 41.15 7l J : ,

s .v...'Nlebols.. Mosseman, Brown, Riley, C = ;_ "As you know, we have been using )
_r pBjrdy Goodrich Woodard, Dale, rl.ats.2 your machinery exclusively and take pleasure r

f,_.. *Darmon.Jaquee, Kibby. in saying that it is not only because it is very satisfactory "1

i'fff\ *,'Jet :J UU'and Mra. Homer: Jennings will The Universal Tread ca hi... aD the ad......... in every respect but that we are pleased with 'SATIS.
., -- both ..._ your 't!.
I to spend the remainder tIM ni..44r.s4 tioD-t.--d tnoMicIoeIia -. FACTION GUARANTEED' '
Jjjjleave''Friday BLOOD policy.
Red The. r.t.i.lbdrv.Iv.ty.okr..tnd.Fuit lr. oJ1o'-1:
tr1 l lo/ .,sem>r at Bridgeport, Conn. u-t 111 &-doa,Micfc Jiai eaafaag awl tab* kvaJn. tb. Now is the time to write for our new catalog. Don't delay ,.. .... ;

.; b! r* :im*ftlln.' ,W.HN,,. Wilson left I 11 aatWaca-y we.4.ips.r In.taking up the matter 0' "* -* '* next 9'',4
.. \
r: fir' .Tuiinff to spend the Prices will be h her later '

::1"' .Yvaaasaoer at New! HavenConn, i WI B. MAKINSON CO. KiSSlfflRKe Fla. \<1 i

The GoJdeD';RaI. Girls are camping .... L B. Skinner Mfg. Co. .
.; .( -.' *!}t'4I Bator Lake this k'with Jar - .. '. Lee ,
.*?? a idrMr, .:\. ...* :Co4' aa'' caaperoasJfrand ..' e..DDDedin, Florida o l llg

"* '-+ Mr... Leri.Shamboni: ONe QUAUTY ONLY-The 11ESTt

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t' noble men and women in reaching the haustfv practical tests by state testIng idemle' of foot rot among cattle calls .- ..... - " "

MY WIFE CAN WALK men in camp and mine has had, muchto I bureau and prominent formers. for government experts: ,and. government Florida .
, I. ; 'do with, the result The men do These testa show that it is k natural appropriatoln to wage' unrelenting Young Women's$ Camp Conference, I

not want the saloon, they do not want fertilizer that contain both lime and war/ but the 'twenty per.OMIt Varlttt aftJ IMffttl Program With Prominent Speaker '

A MILE[ WITHOUT W(! .the house of' shame they do not want phosphoric' acid la quantities to buildup death rate among children under five .

!k the den of gambling and Its kindred the soil continuously. yean old causes no riple on the surface .

--. viler'' These thing are forced upon The Giowth of.the Florida Soft of public complacency.. The Florida Young Women' Camp June '22-"True ;Patriotism," ,Mrs*.' ? ,
them and when the saloon goes out Phosphate A Lime Company' busU Is it because the money value of Conference which ii to be hold at En- W. J, Ilarknoss. .\

,F:' ( Tampa- an Scffcred tVrr'rt the other foul spots of, death go withIt. ness has really been phenomenal and the young child cannot be estimatedin terpriee on Lake Monroe, opposite Jun. 23-"Medical Temperance"

.. Rheumatis n and Kidney ( Our work Is to kill the saloon.: the success of this horn. Industry ha dollar and cents as can that of the Sanford promise' to be one of the Mr, Mabel-Perkins Dean -

Il .. Trouble The! foe of our men Is the saloon and been commented upon in flattering cow or the hog' or the dog .Ha the best gathering for young' women ever June 24--Highest Citl enshlp,"!

1 r '., :--:.- this department work first and last manner' by the Florida press. The child only 'a sentimental value 'to be held in the sta'.o. The sessions will Mrs J. Lee McCrory.

f .. Regains Use of Herself and all the time for its utter. and company' mine are at Phoslime, measured alone In expectancy of the open June 16th, and will continue until June 29-"Social Dangers. ," Mia. a
j Aga' everlasting destruction. Fla.,' and Its general office. arc located mother? Do- the charts -, June 80th. ,* Lena Brokaw.
4 From: "The Matter Medicine" insurance companies estimate Jane 27 "Amenitiea 7
at Ocala.' The company now by which No more beautiful nor appropriate of home

WAR-TO A WOMAN. occupies new and larger office as a the life chances of the Individual place could have been selected. The Life" ,Mrs Cha DeGarmo.

p. Night. after night wide-eyed with fear business enterprise is constantly de become operative only when the fine hotel afford abundant 'room for June 28-"Social Service QUIZ

B'atement"" after statement continu; The trampling pf marching feet I veloping. J. D. Rooney' the enterprising child has reached adult productive the girl*,-while the clear water of Ute Mrs. Mabel Perkins Doan.
,. t to,. l>* given! at Cotter's, drug a.ure uto hear! sales manager, is .well:known years T The courts by various ''decis lake invite the camper to port un I June 29-"The Burden of, Alcohol
I' the merit.. of Andes, "Th MaitciJtlecllcli.o. In southern' business and development ions have placed the value of tho average and Narcotic," Miss Neal.
. : It U the best'prpof thaI The white battalions of the .dead \ limited. Tennis, croquet and kindred
, .."" the public had thou thin medicine I I. Advancing with a thudding tread circles and his connection with the productive worker at' five thousand land games will be enjoyed while The evening entertainment hour."are
road s r.cily upon>> Its merits. SIxnp.illu That chill blood and robs Florida Sof Phosphate A Lime Co. dollarl and upward. The aver boating and aramged as'follows? "'
my my fishlnlng swimming
l ago wl.en Andes wa lr.t In. '
.. .. reduced tu the Tampa public many brain is of Interest) to many friends and age Florida hog may be worth three hikes, picnics and all those pleasure June Illustrated SteropUcanlecture '

., doubting: Thomjg sad: It Is like alotli \. Of power to think! When I would acquaintance* in Florida and adjoining dollars; the average Florida cow, so dear to the American girl. are being I ..
4 f .propr:.etary mrdlclneM, but Un fain states. Ills publicity and selling twelve dollars; and the average Florida '- planned. June 17-An evening of song, con..

;fact using!thai Andes|pcopten and all giving wants their nf on-lifeare Flee front the sound-no 'matter. campaign in behalf "of Phoslime has dog: leas than nothing.Yet The entire conference will be under ducted by Mrs. A. IL Young y.

.., dthe'-mt-ni i noulciipd( tuna broken down where bee nnotably successful. representatives of the June 18-"Our Highest Visions.
;/ urmimi-n. of the doubting ones infact I that is "Ocala Is one of the Florida railroad State Board of Health, on their journeying splendid dl clpllr e. Miss Lena Bro R. C. Weidler. '
:; the majority of thin are .ulllnll' go, tramp tramp tramp kaw general secretary of the Jacksonville '
''., 'lee wash lust an gaud remit,' there! centers an dso quick shipmentscan up and down this great pen- Y. W. C. A. will be matron. June 19--Campfir* with "stunts.
.,eitly In an Interview with one be made to any point,. either In insula are questioned much more June 20-Address, Marcus C. Fagg, '
ill '. /r./ I'aync'H aai.nnte. J. K. Hall.the Each the sound louder-I She will be ably assisted by' such
r"' night grows car load or less than car' load. frequently about the welfare of the Superintendent Florida Children'.
::. wel-kn\: citrus fruit growerllvinur leaders among girls as Mill Nell
Shudder to learn the reason why! "Phoelime the twelve-dollar Home.
can be used to advan- three-dollar hog, ,
II e on rtou.e No '1. lion 61 Bald: "I 1 Keown Mis Minnie E. Neal Mrs. MA-
feel. that It In my duty to apeak ou The'ranks. have swelled from sun to tage in the growing' of the follow cow and the minus-quantity than June 21-Dom.stic Science.Demonrstration
''I i and I I-t others: know of the great r<" sun. whose value is. beyond bel Q. Steven, Mrs. W. J. Harkness. Miss
, ing plants: Corn cotton, citrus trees about that baby Nell Keown, State
.ul111 that in}' w.fa haa obtained from Mrs. Mabel Perkins Bean Mrs. Chas
thin Andfm rnpdlclh. It I* truly rt. And fresh recruiting 1 I. begun. spinach lettuce beets, okra, salsify, price, ornothing.Government Miss Demonstrator
JI rtarkable !o think! what a few bottle( ": When every reddening dawn re-tolls celery, onions; parsnips cauliflower, activity whether stateor DeGarmo Ethel Bouchella and June 22-An: Hour with the Chris
will do :My wife has lirrn a ..u Tere The death knell of ten thousand souls! other Each day program I Is definitely -
cucumber, eggplant, cantaloupe asparagus federal in matter for the 'preser- tlan Endeavor ;Elton J. Moughton.'
i (rum rli<' MatJlm! for the pad ttn arranged. A sample of one
I yens, also had kidney trouble She Up country lanes and city street ,. cabbage, rhubarb, peas vation of human health for lengthening day's activiUe follow June 23-Address, Rev,George Hymen ;
I". waa hard! able to Ret about and the" pumpkin,' summer squash beans, out the normal span _of life -: of Sanford.
The armies that know retreat '
no 6:30 Rising bell.
leant exertion would! lire her out She
I' hemp tobacco barley wheat oat, expectancy is much below that exerted June 2'-A Pageant, "Uncle dam
wall short of ,breath and suiT red very Come marching without fife and 7:30Breakfast.8:8pRoom .
much f-()m heavy dui 1< acliln niTinll of her hack We ront'nued! to "It 1 Is said to be essentially adapat- animals. The exceptions are when inspection. June 26-An Evening with the Y. ,
With that strange thudding tread 9:00-Bible hour Mrs.
hear much good that thlH Andes Stevens.
no wa
I decided ed to the needs of corn and the claim epidemics threaten and individal effort W. C. A., Miss Brokaw. "
would If I'
doing we we nee they come I
i would bone It my wlf I expected to is mado that Phoslime ho given better is powerless. And the activitiesof Intermission. June 26-An Hour with the Younjf'
get Home Uene'lt\ but to my nurprlne Hark! They are drawing nearer; see, yields on corn than any other government reflect the demands of 10:00-Social service hour: "Social People Min Ethel Bochelle. '
I the" remilt' have been wonderfulHhe
! Is able to walk a mile w'thout! tlrliiic What have they come to ask ofmeT.Nowthey source of phosphoric acid.-From the people.It Dangers"-Miss Brokaw. June 27-Foreign Travel Mrs.. Ella p "
: In th IrnKt Her back hllll ceased to are halting at my door! Ocala Daily Banner. is tho use of wrong standards of IntermIssIon.11:00Mi8sien S. Switzer. /
I ache nod l litf general health In beret. Death is demanding of me-more! valuation that applies the same rule class-Mrs. W. J June 28-Grand Gold Medal Con.,
than It\ hns been forenrn.
t. 1 conHldtr Andes. IH worth more thai Merciful God! Must I too give Children that are affected by worms of measurement to the human being Harknct, DeLand. test, conducted by Mrs. Etta V. Bl '
the price any one pnyff for It. All that I have Why should I live are pale and sickly and liable to con- and to the domestic animal just as 12:30-Dinner. Mendenhall of Tampa. }
"" 'bin' Hi.>....tA n bite o..dori..Tipn. In one And love and bear Is it to feed tract some fatal disccse. WHITE'S wrong as to judge them by their av- 1:00-3:0O--Quiet hour; rest and June 29-Medley Mass Meeting ;
.t' :litTIIIIIV that In Kl\en: dallti
Andes Tin tunic and rccoiiHtrticlU'el Just an insatiate monarch's greed T CREAM VERMIFUGE expels worms ordupois-to make the biggest the freedom. and Frolic.
.r ,IK.*.' ,leM "f Andes IH .p..h.l1): They've gone! And down that blending promptly and puts the child on the most valuable whether human or 3:00-Recreation; sports. games Complete information concerning,
ndp i: ed t ti. the tlimivindft. In TunmKU track road to health. Price 25c per bottle. brute. etc. this excellent Camp Conference may,
,1| xlilnllj. It l.ull.lup that tiredA. ?
"in-out H>'Hi''l'In. gives n w life vm! Of women's ht"Brts-nene. looking Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. Not yet have the people of Florida 6:00: --Supper. be obtained by addressing any of the .
'.,.I " '"> ,Ii ......II'P t...... *n- back- come to place a proper value on san- 6.30: -Vespers by the Lake. An following organization, each having i" '1j

Andes Prescription so highly en- That ceaseless tramp tramp tramp 4,4444444444444444< itary precautions for the preventionof (Hour with Our Young People-Miss an office in Jacksonville: I .',

dorsed by J. }.'. Hall, Route No, 1. goes on. < MONEY VALUE OF BABIES disease for the prolongation of Ethel Bouchelle. The Florida Sunday School Asso' ,,

Box 151, Tampa Fin, is now on sale And I am kneeling here-alone! <0- 0-< human life. As individuals wo hold 1000; -Lights out. ciation. {

at Kissimmee; Fla., by Corner DrugStore -Anne P. L. Field in N. Y. Post. 4 By Df. J. Y. Porter
exclusive! agents.If State Health Officer. > those nearest and dearest to us, but morning at 10 o'clock are planned to The W. C.: T. U. -

4444044444444444 444fi44444444 < 4444 practically we value our own cows or give the girls a practical insight Into The expenses for this great camp
you lave the itch; dcn't sciatch. It 4 hogs higher than the life of the average life and its problems The follow- are so small that almost any girl will Are dogs and cows and h gs, worth
.'.. docs not cure the trouble and makes PIIOSL1ME AS FERTILIZER. 0000 more than human beings la I'JoridaT} human being outside that cir- ing topics and leaders are now assured be able to go Miss Lena Brokaw,

the skin bleed. Apply BALLARD'SSNOW 00- Are they worth more to the Common- cle. We don't we would never ad- : ( 130 West Monroe St., Jacksonville, i ts
LINIMENT. Rub 't in gentlyon 44444444444,44444correspondent' wealth in real dollars and mit such a thing but our actions June 17-"Women In Social Wel- Registrar, and names of prospective
the affected parts. It relieve Itch- Industrial ; money- that fare Work' Miss Minnie E. Neal.
A special of the cents-for cash is the possible point way. campers should be sent to her. Girls,
ing Instantly and a few applicationsremoves onlj We hold the life' and Juno 19-"The Pioneer Woman's
beyond price to
Index at Columbus, Ga., a standard of valuation by which theycan are expected bringonly plainclothes
the causo thus performing a publication devoted to! boosting be compared ? health of our children but in our ignorance Club" Mrs. Chas. DeGarmo. bathing suits, tennis rackets,

pet manent cure. Price 26c 50c and southern industries says: As Florida's 'Health Train we take risks with them that June 20-"Social Welfare Laws," musical Instruments, etc. <
$1.00 per bottle. Sold by Osccola "Diversification is one of the secrete. passes we wouldn't take with our domestic Miss Minnie E. Neal.
> the state hundreds and thousands
thrpug| -
Pharmacy. animals. We to be wise and June 21-"Homo Making-The New
of Florida's industrial study
rapid most
expansion of visitors come to It to ask The cot dress is one of the
in recent years. questions and to inspect the varied prepared in the ailments that threaten Profession ..Mrs.. 'Peek. convenient garment ever invented.
"While investments in lumber naval these animals but chance has mostto
edcuational equipment. Their queries
I W.C.T.U. COLUMN ] stores phosphate plants truckingand naturally concern the things in which( do with the baby's welfare. d

.. citrus properties have been increasing ' each is most interested. Met"questions A sorrowing man, once asked the NATURE'S SOIL BUILDERBlowers

i". heavy, all the attention has are asked_ great many more cause of his grief mad this InstInctive
!', : "There is nothing we can not over. not been paid to these standard line. about the curing of hog cholera reply; "I'lost my best cow last

: :(u. t' ', ;; come: ? .J,, ', ...." " " : Enterprising business men studying than, about hookworm' in ', .children. week',and my wife'died.;, ,That was "a Ground Limestone makes acid soils t
.\\t.SiyV1lot'i too.
Florida and its possibilities, have In- More men and women-a great many. mighty good cow, sweet. It releases potash salts and imparts
ited I vested literally millions In other more-ask about Black Tongue in strength and vigor to growing vops and trees.
Or'that some trait inborn makes thy I fields hitherto but little exploited."An I dogs than about the sanitary feedingof Plan are on foot to have a White Blowers limestone ground unusually fine BLOWERS 1

i life forlorn, I' interesting illustration of this babies, and the models of the dipping Way along the brick highway from readily mixes with the soil. Contains no impurities CROUNDLIMlE
And calls down punishment that Is' tendency to diversify i is found in the vat for the eradication of tick Winter Park to Orlando. -can be applied ateany time-is s

not merited. operations of an Ocala enterprise, the in cattle exciteD far more attention inexpensive. Write for literature and prices., -

Back of thy parent' and grand parents Florida Soft Phoephate and Lime .Co. than the miniature- screened house Blowers Lime & Phosphate C*. r

As is well known, there are large for tho treatment of tubercular hu TAKE LIV -ER-LAX 80.K 508 Ocala, Florida I

Lives the great Eternal Will, that lime deposits in this section of Flor- man'beings.. CS

too is thine ida and there are a number of plants The death rate among children under -

Inheritance strong beautiful divine: manufacturing commercial lime for five years old, if allowed to pre- AND FEEL WELLDon't

Sure lover of succecs for one who I building purposes and supplying ag- vail among hogs and cattle would "

tries." ricultural. limestone. I ruin financially the breeder. An ep- FOR SALE---CASH. PREFERRED ; 'y
'Phoslime', the principal productof
-- -- suffer from' the ill effects of I
Each of the 49 departments of the Lime the Company Florida Soft is described Phosphate as &a -I an inactive liver:?such as headache, indigestion One block of Five Lots in 5oulh Part of Town. 250, ,

National W. C. V. U. has a superin- lack of foot front 208 foot
i great natural fetrtilizer which costs e constipation energy depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for .,'
tendent that gives her entire time to and low spirits when for a little mon .
on an average of only one-fourth as Banana Truck inch
or : Growing. Eighteen fall to city
1 that work and pushes it to the extent much as commercial fertilizer and is 'SAwniiT ey you can get a remedy of proved

\ of her ability. All of thepo/ co- peculiarly adapted to the needs of merit. GUIGSBY'S LIV-VER-LAX I, ditch. Make your home pay for itself. t' I,

t operating make a mighty power for Florida soil. MACHINERY will ,get your liver right and let you ,
and enables them to assist any Apply VALLEY GAZETTE. ,
good enjoy better health and brighter spirts. "
"The need of lime for certain AND
! reform measure before the world today LIV-VER-LAX acts natrally and
lands !is
now generally recognized
.. nn their.. perfect organization.. 18 and many pharaphlets on this subject ALL SUPPLIES effectively. Has none of the danger j
ever ready tp "lend a hand. We and bed after effects of calomel. SolJ
I have been issued the
by United. Write For prices And
1 shall from time to time give sketches. States Agricultural Department and k under an absolute money refund guarantee -
' of the work in our different departments various agricultural departments. Catalogue at 50c and $1 a bottle. Each i

: "No department of the work The situation was well summarizedby bottle is protected by the likeness of SPECIFIED SUMS
so nearly measures up to the name t L. K Grigsby For tale by Osceola i
director Charles E. Thorne of the I [@ w
the work ty
of sky pilot as among Pharmacy. ,
woodsmen minors and quarrymen nf Ohio experimental station when he : By waiting until you have a y
said: 'When any-part of the land be- -
\ our great country. The superintendent large amount to deposit there ,
gins to need lime it I ii a waste of time
' says of this work; is the constant risk of loss by J
and and
to continue to
money '
"We reaTli every nook: and corner cultivate it until this need is supplied fire or robbery as well as the
I and we aro seeking the last man and
him for ther economical use of every temptation to spend a considerable i .;t t.. :
farthest down to bring
,'I,{ the back man to the fold of purity light and other fertilizing material including Your Social Standing part of it. sari :.
manure depends upon the lime The best accumulate
sup to -
heaven. In many parts of our coun- way e i .-rl-

. try the industry represented by ouri ply. must If this fall Is short deficient of its, possible everythingelse at- Demands Engraved Cards money is to deposit a certain ,_ ,'to .

: department constitutes the leading ainment. sum to your credit with us each ,4

{ business of the city and state and "The chemical ingredients of phos- WE HAVE ADDED A NEW week as. you receive it. t s s 4 :
t is true of the cities
this especially .
1 Ume! and its effects soils
t upon is not a LINE OF ENGRAVED
and towns in the northwest. We 4% Interest Paid on Savings 1:
tu"t! matter of speculation and work
!-.4stand for the highest sentiment and I'I'r" Accounts. r
t life and seek to carry the truth to Stationery, Calling Cards, I 'i

4, 'camp and mine in the fairest and "
Wedding Invitations Birth Cards
1 f most Christianhke manner. It is ,

-'; very true as one of our loading workers Announcement Cards

t. well said, 'Our men drink :wet, { e
J' but they vote dry.' It r Is" true'la.the Engraved in the latest *tyl *>and on the ,.

!ifcstates. that have recently entered the finest of cards and paper.ASK .
t?. ...r* dry list that the wnrk done by our I [SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT )
ex'i ,

NUMBER 40 FOR THE, ,BLOOD ex- Prices as low as consistent with' this high J ,c
class of work. E. ; President ;
Expels scrofulous humor; from the I' ARTljUR: ,_ DONE ..

blood, whish:cause constipation ma I Kissimmmee Valley 'Gazette ..- PAUL'K..- WEA V R.. Ca.bMr'- .. :.. -.
kria. rheumatUm, sores, ulcers; pimple y ;, af ;:- '

*, etc. Get it at Osceola: Pharmacy .,- =
e .on a guarantee satisfy r:.. : :::.o"- ,,

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.tIke Kissimmee Valley Gazette Naturally {hey are most interested in the certain and out'West to turn from .the old idea of 'letting them - k,
: : ,
If'K definitely apprehensible thing. It is like giving i a run Wild: and resultt during the past couple of

hungry man hit choice between a ham sandwich yean have shown- the wisdom better breeds' and
t . ............. ....,. Fri..,.. and a treatise on.dieL Naturally his immediate interest .: better feeds. Notice To
''en.. fa ..U., U..aR.Itdl.g.. .. KluliuB .. ..
eq RI| tuni. ., .
disposed ,
to the"'sandwich.
"According-to: the federal department of Agriculture ....
W. B. itAMHia AND B. G.. TANS Ac %EW. Owseb .*., that, he does not cafe so much about the geherdll,1 the average value of the .41,000,000' headof '

.. B. NAUOLU, K4Nr aN subject of daeL' cattle in the United Stales in '1910 was $19.07. U receive of the Valley Gazette sad are a aon-resi-- t
i" ''Peo'ie'who; deal with subject should while in 1916 with yea a copy
general an estimated 39,000,000 cattle: dent of the State 'of Florida, you aeed not feel that the paper it being .
..b.erlati.. Hmtrml turn'' often to the local new.papers-to keep themselves in the country: the estimated value is fixed '
0. Copy.On.Tear -.._....._._...._......... $1.BtO by the thrust Upon yon-without you Laving subscribed for it .
.. Copy 8lx Month. .4*-_..__.._._._...._... 1.00 modestly reminded that on about three hun- same authority at $33.49 a head. In'Florida in U not regular subscriber: the it- being sent 'you .
Vn. Copy, Thr, Month. ...._?.,...._..._.? .7* dred' and sixty days out of the year they come .ii 1915, the department estimated. the value of the advertisement you are a Kistimmee and Osceola paper'county and tbe subscription -
.. a* an
All' our', authorlied wtih the nuts and raiiins. Their" problematic' 735,000 head .of cattle: ,are given an average value. i i. being paid for 'by the Board of County Commissioners of

rre.pon4ent.. muat !>. clcned' by th. writer. goods are.taken as a last.course.' of' but $14.90.. .Osceola county from tbe Spedal Publicity FqDcI,.prorid for in the
matter will not b. returned unlea called Tn the the
Rejected . same one"year period average :increase '
tor., tax budget each year, '
zC" TUCKER CONTRACT IS NOT 'APPROVED. given' to Texas, but$1.40' a head It will be enl to yon for several! months with hte hope of' interesting -

fKnte.-ed: In, the Po.tofflc. In Klailmmee. Florida. while, in New Mexico, which is out of the. lock quar in' this section of Florida; If are interested we Invite
'1. a..ecogd-class matt.r.kQ .* -:- you you
districts the
When the majority speaks fair-minded citizens average increased value per rou to write for fuither information, or yon may write to the Board
is fixed $4.60. In three counties
? FRIDAY JUNE 9 1916. in Ala of County Commissioners Board of Trade of Kisshnmee, Board of Trade
,, accept the verdict. a land of majority rule bama, which i in two years were entirely freed from I :, $
J --- where Gee expression of the views' of the citizenship the cattle tick I of St. Cloud or any of our advertisers. ,
| at cost of less than
I a 50 'cents
per will read the Valley Gazette each week and
'' i. the basic free We hope you ,
principle or our
Yet, we till it. government.A head the increased value of each beef
say animal is
** i that we may be the means of bringing you )here at a visitor, if not. as M1a
of the who
,'- majority free holders were qualified stimated at more than $9.00' Y
J Bulkhead Lake' declared against the proposed Tucker Brick "In the permanent resident or an investor.
Tohopekaliga. past ten years) the quaranitne area has
subscriber) and non-resident
,t Company electric light contract at the polls last been reduced from 74I5I5 Remember, if you are not a are a r
-." -. to 465,733 square miles;
for-the sub
# i of the State of Florida, no charge will ,be made to you
We mean to keep on vying it until work begin Saturday. True, it was a small majority but the I and that area continues to be cut down Florida being which willl bd by the County Commissioners.
I scription paid
:- size has nothing whatever to do with. the force or the most recent to undertake systematic eradi .

;w Don't sulk i if your candidates didn't win .in the effectiveness of the decision. cation." I I

z primary. The Valley Gazette fought in favor of the pro- -rl: L000000000 "

posed contract because we believed it best for the MATERNAL RESPONSIBILITY. +- O'atOtHH OUHttO. K+OOOUOH UOOOOOO 0> t

4 p t Be a good port and accept; the will] of( the majority city. -:- '

with good grace. We have no quarrel with those who supported it. The movements of the :State Health Train SAID I ABOUT KISSIMMEE

: : We dQ. believe' from expresiiuns of several who through Florida with its splendid equipment are t .f

Now then with the election turmoil out of the voted against the contract that had they been more producing results educationally much surpassing the AND OSCEOLA COUNTY .

W yr way let's get down to business and .boom Osceola ully informed upon the iubject' the result might sanguine anticipations of its promoters. The novelty i ?

county. have been different.
as well as the usefulness; of this'uhique schoolon 90G H G G"G. 0-0' 0 0 0 0009'M1' oov'' 9000990000gg00000VOOOOOO.
v - However. the question such is settled. The wheels attracts the attendance of almost l
as the
en- Ruhl! Bass of Kiseimmee has imported small. army of men at work preparingthe ,:
Forget your difference over political affairs and mighty voice of the people has' spoken and none tire population in the cities and villages where it !
rj join together in speaking a good word for thirty-two head of Brahman ground and shortly will have the ,
e' your city may gainsay.We stops, and no town is too small to be made a stopping
and county. are satisfied that the discussion which was place. bulls which will be disposed of to cattle fra min operation. Neediest to say ;
the scientific interested in this
given the subject"will prove of benefit to"the publicin Not only are the representatives of the States men in Osceola county for the improvement men -
\\ttff Hares hoping that th'e plan for a county fair Board of Health who the particular line of endeavor will watch ;.
because train
general of the insight it has given into accompany sowing of their cattle.-Florida
here will be a success. We know it will if our citizens facts and figures the municipal electric seeds that unquestionably will bring fruitful results the outcome vigilantly and if it is
f I gel behind the plan and push it. Why should concerning Grower. successful; another industry of much
light and water plant. they are uncovering abysses of ignorance:: t
-0- will be added to tho
1 We spend our money getting together an exhibit to regarding health matters that seem little short of importance rap
) '\ boost some other city, when with the expenditure of One point in particular has appealed to us. tartling. A. Remington Smith deserves distinction idly growing list of uncommon agricultural -

M' ..a I a little more money and time we could get the benefit In discussing this particular point we want firstto Now that the train visited Kissimmee last for having the perspicacityand possibilities in Florida. In
that do hold of the officialsor the to start the first easier the meantime, Mr. Smith deserves nil
for our own city and county ? say we not any city week it is well to quote the following experience nerve '
". ,- members of.,the city council to blame for the which is related in the weekly'bulletin of the State''' bean farm in Florida. lie has pur- the encouiagcment I he can get. The .
y condition which exists. It is not their fault, hut chased a farm near Kissimmee and pioneer of any industrial pursuit
; "I 1 will be up Saturday. written on one egg in Health Board as follows:
rather the fault of the system in use. will lant sixty acres. Mr. Smith already should have the co-operation of hid
r a crate of eight dozen caused an Urbana. Ohio A lady among the visitors to the train watched .
merchant lo pay $5.78 (for postage stamps. Thecgg That point is that the records of the plant are closely a slide on the stereomotorgraph, which has done considerable experimenting neighbors particularly if he engages ;
{ and he has faith in the fu- in something which promises
: a
I were sent him by a huckster by parcel post. I II not definite 'enough. flowed various articles of food such
. ;i as meats I
: : : "r
t f .h' FI .. Ie b d art I it nit
sere o hsmesin on roe 'nmg app u l y a an Increase -
w a The I package was opened in the Wheeling postodice It\ was almost impossible to accurately put into I Fruits. beer coffee and watermelons and other articles ;
has the best evidence liatsoff l
given possible in productive revenues.
for inspection and the Ihe'egg the items of arrive for and read beneath the 1 I
message on was I' figures production cost so as to "grown-up", legend -
I of this faith by putting a lot good to this pioneer.-Orlando Report-
ti c j found. The package was weighed and was charged at a basis of comparison for the purpose of ascer- : "These: are not intended for babies to eat."
/ i money into the venture. lie has n er-SLar II
a for at first t class postage rates. Moral : Don't write laming the economy or lack of economy in the pro- Her supercilious comment was: "I give my babies I -

on eggs.-Miami Herald. posed Tusker contract. There were almost as manv these things-give 'em anything they want." "1<:'

-: :- sets of figures on this subject as there were men A local physician replied: "Madam, if babies ..... ......... I

FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES. making arguments on one side or the other. were intended to eat such things: they would have

r, y -:- We believe that a system of records could be been born with teeth. The Creator would have Letters From -'l J

According to estimates made public by the Department devised whereby it would be possible to know just supplied them with the necessary means to masticate -i

4 of Agriculture at Washington. Florida is the of production from the and digest these things." "Well, I give 'em."

rapid strides in the direction of exact cost as separate Madam. Either God is I _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , , _ _ _ _ _ _ ,\
t making becoming upkeep of the outside lines etc. "Something wrong you or oo)9aGaG1t1t1tG G OG .
=i the leading strawberry producing state in the Union. ,at fault" and the woman left, evidently surprisedat :
We would like to suggest that now while thereis FROM OLD TENNESSEE I time and were met the borders of 'T
c t Florida soil and climate is particularly adapted to the ignorance of the doctor.If i'
public interest in the electric light plant, an efficiency our state with one of the coldest
1 + the growing of strawberries and this crop has been J proof were needed of the fact that some '
engineer of recognized ability be employedby fcditor Valley GazetteWould :- spells of the winter. The snow and ...
{ + demonstrated as one of the money crops of the women have not the light to be mothers it is sup- I .
the council.
city wind fearful it
few lines were yet we enjoyed
s' appreciate a
State. you
here. An all-wise Providence has conferredupon
plied I
The Such men can be secured. They make it a life- from old Tennessee. If so, I will for a while. All went well for a time
department's figures that the total woman the wonderful privilege of maternity, '
work to study out the proper systems of managing endeavor| to say a. few words relativeto 'but finally that same old Florida fe-
reage of the present year is more than 22 per cent with all its anguish and responsibilities but it offsets '
plants such this and should be able to give to I these old Ten'"cc&.e mountains. ver attacked us and has increased in
as usa
t .s r r the acreage for the year past. This is an in- these with a capacity for loving that raises the
system of accounting and records which wouldat This is really a mountainous coun- severity u.itil the present time, hencewe
se.of nearly a thousand acres. The increase in mother to a place almost divine, a place: high i
w all be clear the We i but situated in of the have made up our minds to sell 'o
times perfectly to public. try, we are one
ida is of state of of her thefather
y ; greatest any east the Missis- above the comprehension companion, ,
k believe that the cost of such an engineer would be finest valleys in 'the state known asPowell' our possessions here. if possible and
river. The only, state west to show any in- of her children. And yet in view of such ignorance -i
4". *ve.ll spent in the interest of the taxpayers. valley. It *s covered with return to the land of flowers. Shouldwe
S'SF , e'was! Texas, according to earlier announceIn money as that shown by this Florida mother is ,
+, a most of the states east Of'the Mississippi, We want it distinctly understood that in mak-i it any' wonder that twenty babies' of. every hundred limestone ,"ockand!, has many fine fail to sell we will leave our property
behind and come all
'E section has diminished and that is due tot ins this suggestion: we are not criticising any city born in the United States die before they are a year springs. Coal, iron and other min.erals Now the same.

4' that Florida has been coming to the front official and tha't we believe our officials .to be efficient old that one-fourth are gone before the fifth year, are, In less than one mite of the caubee'for there arc evidently, several

rothis, crop in recent years. and energetic in the performahce of their duty.As and that from one-half( to three-quarters of the chil valley and this is a 'good. country to is those cold this bieezes change.' One of them

-; Florida is soon going to be growing the strawberries we said before it is the system in vogue. and not dren in the public schools are'phy.ical deficients? make money'In. < .. after nnd snow. But
examining old shoes find
(for a greatpart of the nation. They can be the men which is at fault. Every child has inherent, rights to a fair start -Y. must tell you what has happenedto traces of the Florida our sand adheringto we

produced] in this'.tate much earlier than in most of We hope that this suggestion will be taken in in life, of clean, healthful parentage. Every child us by reason of visiting in your our foctwcar. Hence determination .
the states and the'Florida of the in which it is and that the' nourishment. clothing and 'state during last winter. As before our -.)
growers t tie cream t spirit given some good has right to proper +I I to return to the southland.; x
the market before the other stated in your paper wo wore favorably i
crops of sections are may come from it. protection until he reaches the years of discretion
I marketable.-Florida Metropolis. . and self-support. He has the right to demand of impressed with your country and I Would appreciate a copy of your

;" .. *'fmSk' ; ;-- his parents the exercise of the highest wisdom in the J enjoyed our stay with those good PC'Jpie i I paper and if these lines arc\worthy
j UNIQUE "CLEAN-UP" CAMPAIGN. : care given him. Because a baby "wants" certain down there. About the first of space may again.
tJ. -:- March started on our home .best wishes for ye editor and the rest
r _:_ thing to eat is no reason why he should have il. |! way
t f! On another of this issue it a-lengthy arti- and loved ores\ left behind. We visited I of the force I am,
; For the first time in the history of baseball tin page He might "want" to touch a redhot stove becauseits
t' )" cant are to be made valuable-and in Terre Haute cle taken from the Jacksonville Metropolis stating bright color attracts him. but the mother who St. Augustine and other citieson I I WILLIAM ROACH. JI
that Armour & l big in We arrived homo in due !! LaFoIlettee! Tenu.
'If' ,it' Ind.. a (that. Oridnarily a tin can is a thing to be Co.jwill erect a packing plant would permit it is a criminal. our way. '" I

;;fi;, n abhorred in the pastime. Ball players dread the that city. That such a plant would be built was Too often children are not wanted. Once in -- ,

...t,.. ,j rattle and spectators are not pleased when umpires forecasted. in the Valley Gazette several months the world they are regarded as nuisances; they are THE SENSES OF PLANTS. would reach were he present. This is '1.1.

"1.- affix the shining ware to the person- of the home age( neglected and abused by wilful! ignorance and their the table: ;
i : club's The building of this big plant will mean muchto and womanhood is madea :i 1
toward manhood
manager or. star performer. But it is to He progress The sense most developed in plantsis A day's journey was about 23 1-5
1 different in Terre Haute. Here is the plan as elo- the cattle industry of the state and especially to thorny way. that of sight, which enables< themto miles. .

; cidated: by Ruf Gilbert manager of the Central Osceola county the premier cattle raising section pf In the matjer of feeding young animals are aee light but\ not to distinguish i
s \ Leagues Highlanders: the state. In this connection comes an interview guided and protected by an instinct that is vastly objects. This sense limitation is A Sabbath day's journey was about

.- Rufus wants to help the citizens of the "Hut" with Maxwell A. Kilvert, president of the South superior to the wisdom of many mothers. found among many living creatures an English mile. .-

4 t celebrate "Clean-up-Week. he has publicly proclaimed Florida & Gulf Railroad which is now being builtin The summer in Florida at in every other sec- such as the earthworm, oyster and A cubit was nearly twenty-two ,

that any youngster who brings ten tin cans the southern part of Osceola county, from Ken- lion it particularly hard and trying on young children coral, etc., which ,possess no localized inches. ... ,;

tied to a string to the ball yard can get into and ansville to Bas&enger, through the great Kissimmee It is a season that brings larger risks of intestinal visual organ but give proof of their A span was nine inches. ;\ ;

f i see a game. He has not set aside any particular prairie. The interview which was also printed by troubles at a result of improper feeding; and luminous impressions by the contractions A hand's breadth. is equal to 3 5-3!

q. afternoon for.Tin Can Day, but it is safe \II ny the Metropolis, it as follows: with babies whose power of resistance is much be- I that they manifest when exposed inches. ,

that there will be n Quite---- a- rattle, of-- <--.-n...- when \.-.. "That the announcement of Armour ck Co. to low that ,of grown upt_ the .progress o.f.disorders to a ray of Bunshine. Similarly A finger's breadth is equal to one ,1

does. build a modern packing house in this city would is quick and severe. The choice ot food tor young it is easy to gauge the influence ,..Ineh.I .

'ice r i iy be 'a most valuable impetus to the caltle-growin children can not be too carefuly watched and even of light on plants. Cultivate a plantin A shekel l of silver is about fifty I
industry of Florida and one that is most certainly to times of feeding should be fixed and invariable. ','Manta. ,
LOCAL NEWSPAPER FIELD. the a room with a window only on one -.
:- make itself substantially felt in a compartivery shorttime' It is impossible to indicate general directions for the side and its stalks in growing will The ratio of a shekel of silver to ,
is the view of Maxwell A. Kilvert, president. of the baby, and it is the province of the phys- incline toward the a shekel of
care of
a It has always been our theory that the field of of the South Florida and Gulf Railroad who returned source light. gold was apparently 16 ,
the local weekly ician to advise in individual cases. Physiologists: explain this by suggesting to 1. > -\ ;
newspaper was purely local and we to Jacksonville from New York yesterday. : ,
r The mother who forgets for a moment that her that the
dark talent
have tried of silver
to conduct publication grows was $538.30.
our that
on bast The South Florida & Gulf, on which constructionis :
'with immortal soul that it i i.
baby is human an more quickly than that ; A
It has been our belief that when it comes to the making rapid projected through the exposed to the talent of gold was 13809. ;,
entitled to the best the can give it. that her highest light. There
of the remains however the A piece of
world and silver
; newt nation and even state aI'' Kissimmee prairie territory in Osceola of or penny was ?
county one mission in the world is to bring it to perfect ,manhood Tact that the plant has 13
large, no local weekly can pretend to the I reacted to the cents. ,
cover largest areas in Florida given over to the live
but that itt readers expect it to cover the happen- stock industry. or womanhood mental. and physical has not light, of whoso effect it was con- A farthing was three cents '

jags of itt city and county. "In the opinion of Mr. Kilvert Florida stockmen the right to motherhood.._ e scious.A A mite was less* than a quarter of i.I Ia
a Now that periodical The M B '" sense common to many plants is cent.
comes great Saturday have to a very large extent been hampered in '.
Evening'Post and approves this theory in the Poly their industry by being far removed from packing THE PRIMARY ELECTION. that of touch. Of this the most illus- An ephah, or bath contained seven ::"

y lowing well written article: house markets and this lateit accession to the manufacturing -:- trative example is, as its namo implies gallons and five pints. I "

'"There is news. in the paper this.afternoon about industries of the Slate will have quicker When this editorial is written the exact result of the sensitive plant. Another A bin was one gallon and two pints.
leaf,. responsive fa the ._ u :_ A .A.,.l.l.... ____ . .1
I III great battle in c.urope.: There is about f sec", 19 the ** n wall about '
news a effect upon the producers of the raw material than the Democratic primary is not known definitely.We eight nnd sev
M diplomatic controversy between the United Stales any other single factor save the movement seeking have faith in the people of Florida however catch-fly, the whose halves close down en-eighth gallons.An *}

and Germany. There is news about an acute difficulty tick eradication."It and we believe that the majority will have one central upon .other<<: by the means of a omer was six pints.

at ,Washington. But none of those things! will be only a few years at most says\Mr. decided wisely when the votes are ail counted. hinge.MEANING A cab was three pints.ABSENT .

L get the chief place. The chief place is given to the Kilvert. who has made a close study of the cattle We congratulate the 'victors and hope that the OF BIBLICAL TERMS.An ;" '

i .vote, on a bond issue for the county boulevard. Most and livestock industries in the Western States and losers will take their defeat philosophically.and with ,

'*t>t tie four or five thousand persons who read thenewspaper in Mexico when Florida will be producing beef the good grace. exchange gives the "
t following "Sis '"
are more' interested in the county boulevard equal of any tent from the Western ranges. Here There are not enough offices for all who seek table of biblical terms translated into won't be able to tee you tonight -

.than they are in the other happenings. There there is a pasturing of ten months* and all of the them and perhaps it it best that there are not to faras present day meaning. It is Mr. Smith" said her little

it nothing dubitable about'that. It will be an actual feeds needed for finishing fine cattle can be grown the payers are concerned. to pasto in a Bible for reter-conenlent" She's had a turtle- acci

; highway of veritable brick,. over which they all the year 'round. Indeed no part o' Florida thatis Some'"tore .spots" have no doubt been left at a ence. It also may be used at times W

can reaJKr ride for which'thq will 'pay in tangible4v0' now sparsely populated but offers advantage to. result of the heated campaign both in the county. arrest the attention of boys whose to ."Ie. that so! What, happenedt"All

''c YoiIIof their own pocketbcoksJ::;;, It is something the stockgrower., and state We hope however that these will not interfere alert minds will be. glad, for instance her hair got burned, up" -_

'ai'ins ediatiand. intimate as the clothes on their "The increasing scarcity of beef cattle the with good government and that the men to figure.' ., out just how tall Goliath, "Good hearen.1 Wa the: bunted?" ,

"* /pacisjor t the l'OaIt'porktLe'l&LI&: ; growing demand and the improved methods of producing chosen to represent the citizenship of Florida will waa, and,to approximate what "No; the 'Wun't'th....... She don't.

*, 17 -"''hewclber't6inir"" : : ...[etldoter:;--proWeniau'cal. i i"iVk it have caused many "an:'ol4iine'cowman_ rove- 'an"-honor-,,,. .lo-"the--'trust----imposed- -'in them.- - ",\1', lo the classroom U.6. measurement giant. Times know,, about .it ,yet -New- Yorir: :
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j) planUd to this variety It is medium which yielded W bushels to be more teaches. maturity. This' is not only, a com ts left to dry Itsthq ftcI'afktr

early, of brushy growth, and easilydistinguished than a mile; and the.root system take good general farm practice, since maturity. A growing",,crop at' tfeia

Agricultural News Notes by its weds. nfrom a stalk froma field which cover' crops of this ,kind,protect ,and time will arrest the leachMg. poUak .
; kidney shard, buff colored and speckled yielded 10 bushels. measured only a enrich the soil,bet it Menu to bo particularly and conserve It for future. eropa.. ,
I r FURNISHED BY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA with brown. Toil Is the best general few hundred 'yards. Now turn the Important for corn, according -t '
t COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE!: purpose variety for forage teed.The proposition around.. If the root system to S. S. Walker associate chemist HONEY VINEGAR., .j '\ ,
iron is resistant to root knot of your corn stalks are restricted to tha University of Florida Experiment Vinegar made from hoftey",hasjexceptionally ',

.'. 4 and wilt, The seeds are buff colored the yield will be correspondingly, de Station. fine flavor and Is ,not
WHY CULTIVATE CROPS the California Gold Mine. strain. .
or creased. pensive. A .. ..11 amount of honey funishes
and angular.It Is not heavy
These strains will make a yield of a pro- The corn plant (s a gross feeder a large amount'of vinegar. :
.. Why should crops be cultivated T from two to five tons of 'good hay In ducer but th aeeda'.re resistant to and collects large amounts of plant low these directions 'Dissolve thor-' '

4 Well weed and grass should be'kept from forty to ninety days dependingon ,decay I and for' that reason 'it volun- LEGUMES SAVEPOTASH CORNFIELDS food, particularly potash and nitrogen oughly. In two gallons of warm,"' of* .....
extent IN THE
down. Everybody knows that, but ,the soil and season. All ''millet' teen to a greater than any from the\ soil' Evidence Indicates water 0'0. quart Jar of extracted bon.-.

there ire other reasons. C. K. Mc- thrive well ,in hot weather, and ,are other variety."The however, that aa corn approaches ey., Give it air and keep it In a warm'" ',
Quarrie state agent for the Unlver- resistant to drouth. I new era is the'e.rllelt of'all Every' Florida farmer should planto maturity a large amount of .place where It will ferment and make. ,
I : ,. ity of Florida Extension Division,' ,Unless tho land is In bad condition, known varieties. Seeds are buff col- sow cowpeas., peanuts or some other its potash1 washed out by rains and excellent vinegar." '. t .
suggests three, 'Cultivation coo- the only'preparation'necessary can be ored and sprinkled with minute blue legume between his corn rows so is ,likely to be lost unless.there is, a \

serves moisture-if it is done In the accomplished with a cutaway harrow. 'specks. It is bushy and makes a that the land will be occupied by a crop on the soil to prevent leaching.Loss A new railroad depot has benr. ;,.
right way. Cultivation In dry weather Two to four pecks of seed will plantan 'jamaU'jine'growth. Its. chief value. I.I is'eariiness. vigorous growing crop-when: the corn Is especially apt to occur'If the commenced at Salerno.' .:;if
-- .. should be shallow so that only the acre. It may be sown broadcast _U__ __ "
top .two or throe inches, becomes dry. or in drill!... I I "A" cross between the whippoorwill ,
Then the moisture below cannot Millet should be cut in early bloom and new era, the grolt, is considered ,- ...
bridge the dry soil and wilt be conserved for 'horses but for cattle and sheep lone of the best forage: v.ri"tlel. especially .=:=T" ,V"
I. for the crop. it may be left until the seed are in' in the northern part of the Slip'a few Prince Albert&I. '
Root need air. Cultivation opens. the late milk stage. Contrary" to the 1 cotton belL
the soil to allow air passage. The general belief millet makes nutritioushay. i "Another variety which is resistI -
organisms which liberate food Recent investigations have smokes into ysystem: r
plant I ant to wilt and root knot is the brabhsm. .. aYou've ,
also need air. Cultivation not only shown it equal and even superior to It is a cross between the iron x
furnishes this air but it stirs the ooil red clover alfalfa, cowpea and timothy and whippoorwill. It inherited the heard many t earful about the Prince Albert

particles so that they come In con- hay in beef production. vigorous growth -of the whippoorwillbut patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets you '

tact with reducing agents breaks pu Millet hay cut after the seeds have not the heavy seeding. However smoke your fill without comeback I Stake your. bank roll that ... '

clods so that greater soil surfaces are formed has been found injurious to when compared with other varieties its 1f. it proves out every hour of the day. ,
exposed to the feeding root tips. horses when fed in large quantities.It a heavy seeder especially on sandy Prince Albert has always been sold
may cause kidney trouble and soils. The seeds .are buff mottled
STATION INVESTIGATES lameness. For, this reason If' intended with brow without coupons: or premiums. We RlNEE ;r
.. to give quality I
WATERMELON DISEASE for horses it should/. -cut "Clay is the commercial name for prefer t
before the seed have formed if
or all buff seeded cowpeas except Iron. There's
sport smoking a pipe or rolling
cut later it should be fed in small
Inquiries from several. growers of quantities and mixed with other feed. The several varieties are distinguished your own, but you know that you've got
various parts of the sta#> indicate by the time required for ripening, I L BERT
Millet will probably never be exten- to have the right tobacco We tell you 1
that watermelons are affected with which requires from 90 to 120 days. f .
diseases this tpiing. Dr. C. D. Sher- sively used as a staple forage crop The later maturing varieties are Prince Albert will bang the doors wide $

bahoff assistant plant pathologist to but catch as a quick it is maturing useful' summer and known as wonderful or unknown. Ii I open for you to come in on a good time fife national joy tmoke .
the University of Florida Experiment crop very None of the clay colored peas except firing up every little so often, without a '
should take its place in Florida
Station found only two prominent riculture. iron are especially valuable. regretYou'll feel like your smoke past ?.
diseases in a recent visit to some of "All black seeded peas are sold under Itl has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot
the melon sections. These were blossom the variety name, black. The '
back for fresh
SAVE FARM MANURE. up a start.
common varieties under this
end rot and the wilt. Blossom group

end rot is probably due to the effectof are the early black which ripens '-.- You swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a i
sudden dry and hot weather, and is During the present potash famine it seeds in about 70 days and the black thousand-dollar bill 1 It's worth that in happiness
is for farmer which requires about 80 days. Theyare
probably beyond control under present necessary every to conserve 1
methods of culture. carefully all the farm manures viny of no great value for forage .:. and contentment to you, to every man

, The wilt is prevalent in many sections produced.! Ib is a well known fact that and seeds but the seeds are resistantto who knows what can be ,,

It is caused by a fungus which farm manures contain a largo propor- ? decay even in wet weather. S t gotten out of a chummy PD
: can live in the soil about twelve tion of the potash that was originally "There are about half a dozen varieties i o jimmy pipe or a makin's .

years, hence infect new crops. It is in the plants consumed by the animals :i which are known as red rip- 1 cigarette with e
introduced into the soil with the seed. The amount of potash in the per. None possesses outstanding mer- 1 o Prince. Albert for"packing" r i
", Therefore, the only efficient methodsof manure varies directly with the it. The early buff ig a new variety \ \b u '

prevention are to disinfect the seed I amount in the plants. Those animals which is popular where an early crop \ o \ 1 !IL nr HB Pririe* ,

and practice crop rotation. For the ;fond of plants running high in am- ,is desired It has matured seeds in 11 1 IIpR H J.ETNOLDS TOBACCO CO. red un Albert. tldr .,
treatment soak the seed ten minutesin I'monia produce a manure high in am- |.C5 days. p+l CC WItip 1; wr.w-5.1... N..C. .feet, ever? .a.ui.
$P! Albert packaia. he* ,
monia. Horse and cattle "Blacli are white with a (1cS ).
a 1 to 1000.corrosive sublimate so- manure are eye peas Q r {- e Imw..tH.'rM
in this class. black spot around the hilum of P Oti_ It red on It rf'k I
lution rinse in clean water and plant Poultry manure runs eye. +. ES E?-' reedy Preens Patented
immediately. Of course it is too lateto high in ammonia and phosphoric acid. Since they are not especially valuablefor r 1 Q E ? y.' July aoth.MOT" ThatmeaM
I R tQ0" that the United BtateeOevenMment ,
treat the seed this year but growers Dean P. II. Rolfs, of the Universityof forage and seeds they ai'e grown r 1 1' LG I 1 L he*(rented e patent on the r
"0 should notq the effects of the disease Florida College of Agriculture almost exclusively for human food." 4QQ 1 011 ''w 1 tt proce made. And br by which irAien Prince toitfiM Albert bJtf4fnreef !* r
now and resolve to prevent it calls attention to the fact that the The best cowpea for Florida is the 1 1 &o whsraob.enbsold percA ere cat null yoel ger!fatd'J
next year. ammonia, potash and phosphoric acid whippoorwill, but where rpot knot or 0 "E'11'i' i 111 N111111 Prince Albert awaiting yon<
That watermelon cannot be grown content of the manure: of those farm wilt is present brabham or iron should o Nd l 1 11l t\ In red toppy tine red, loci bas4c handaoroe|UaV *-'
several years in succession on the animals is in the best condition for b* sown. ,- :\ pound end half-pone/*''''
tin h.mld.r..nd In F'
-B {
same land is probably due to this dis use us a fertilizer. If the manures i j I 4 11 1 1+ that clever crye)e*> '/

ease. Wherever growerc fail to are not protected against leaching' DO NOT HILL CORN. Hi -eponi*.moleteoee- W
treat -their seed, several plants almost rains tho soluble fertilizers or the i, 1 r j I III'r I top tobeeee,that keep In eneaBne tlU*:.

invariably show the trouble. fertilizing elements available to j{I l Ridging or hilling corn wastes \\1 INIIIII 11111 \ 1 elwarel eondlUeev u*
Enough spores are produced therefore plants, will be washed out and the moisture. Some farmers persist 'Sn : ,

to contaminate the entire field. manures will'' lose a large throwing up a grew, mound around
Plowing and harrowing scatter them their value. i the stalks even when moisture is as ) / 1 1.Ai

so that they are ready to attack a A manure'pit, sheltered against scarce as it has been all spring. Ridg .
: large number of new plants. Even rain should be provided on every ing exposes more soil surface to the t

". with seed treatment there will be a farm in the state. There is no hotter sun than level l cultivation. This will .... ...,
,'"" l gradual increase of the trouble and fertiliser and at'tho same time thereis be apparent-if one will measure the

""If.crop: rotation should be. followed aa no more profitable form of fertilI1zer 'distance on the ground surface between -
an' additional precaution. to employ than farm manures. | the rows before and later ridg-

Td- Diseased plants which appear in i f ing.

the field should be pulled up carefully ,DR. ETHERIDGE OFFERS IN- I Furthermore ridging restricts the
to get all the roots, and destroyed ORMATION ABOUT COW PEAS root systems of the stalks, accordingto
where they stood. The ground should ... ------- C. K. McQuarrie, state agent for
be treated with some fungicide suchas Among the numerous varieties of the University of Florida Extension

bluestone. cowpea few "are of commercial\ or Division. Digging the soil out of the F4ZA

agricultural ImWl" ance. The ten ,, middle to make the ridge along the tT.
COWPEAS AND VELVET leading varieties are described brief- rows, intereferes with the roots. Some -
BEANS "ARE CHEAP ly by Dr. W. C. Etheridge, professor''are cut off and the surface of the soil '

of agronomy in the University of is brought so near others that growthis r'Year k

Farmers have a good opportunityto Florida College of Agriculture."The I retarded. in and out the : '
plant legumes this year. Accord- whippoorwill is the most Im- Now what is the effect of root year .

ing to E. S. Pace, district agent for portant variety grown in the country. '.pruning The South Carolina Sta- Florida Citrus Exchange has -. "
the University of Florida Extension More than half the acreage devoted t. tion found the total length of the root : : (:
division cowpeas and velvet bean seed cowpox in the United States is system of a stalk taken from a field secured for its members better : .;

are make cheap excellent this year.aTiimal Those food two and crops Improve - :; : average returns for their fruit I"" .:W '
C. A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary. "
the soil at the afford same time. ,: than those obtained by outside .y;: 1
Those who could not tobuy :
seed heretofore should take 'advantage The Waters & Carson : growers. This fact is disputed :

of low prices this year. F
It is a littlo la.te to plant most varieties by no man who knows the i ,

J the earlier of velvet ones might beans but mature some seed.of Grocery Company :;. L facts, and is candid about them. v ; .''aL

The greatest value of velvet beans
S for this late planting is to" supply If the Exchange has been '::. t i

green oats manure.watermelon They truck can be or plantedon other Wholesale and Retail Dealer in '. able to make this remarkable': : t ,..4'r r.1 *&x\\

spring crop land and may be turned GROCERIES record with the small propor, :: rI r-
under in time to plant a fall crop If __
cowpeas are preferred brabhom or ;, tion of the Florida orange and. .
iron should be planted in those placeswhere I .
root knot is not troublesome. grapefruit crop marketed by it, ;: .i.iL1' "

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MAKES' A GOOD what could it not do if it a' t:
SUMMER CATCH CROP 0 handled more than half the ... 4'.
At various times through the summer the- .. GRAIN .. .. HIDES .. production of the State? This ; ,
vacant spots on
there are
f.::'_ farm, waiting? for the season to plant 0 FERTILIZERS .. .. FURS 1 is a question every intelligent ."i_; :
eome special ciop. Dr. WT C. Ethe- WOOL '. .-: '
i...' riage, professor of agronomy In the 0 SHINGLES grower should consider now. = -tI \-
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University of Florida College of Agriculture AND I :
t 1
be .. .
recommends that millet .
'ALL .. .
j sown on such land. It may be plant- ORANGE WRAPS . O '
ed as a summer catch,crop any tine COUNTRY ,"
0 ,
the middle of April to sixty VEGETABLE CRATES ... '
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frost. German millet has PRODUCE .... ,
bJ' days before CRATE NAILS '! ...
-.lwa,. been used most in the South : I -.' .I
although the _nommoamillet is often . . . . . 4 . . . . . .. . .. ; :,. .. . ":'.., !'if''
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;, planted. German millet makes larger ,.'m"Z .. ...t... :. ... . IV. (.,.. :\
yield than.common, but the later W. sell.field and garden seeds of all kind .. >t" lJ j.1.! !" .' I ;
-has a>shorter season of growth and Wi give special attention fitting out htutiaf aad..campuif. parries.Free ;' ,
produces a better quality t 'Probably the beat'variety for'C'8D- W. are county agora for a cI.fertiJi n. .Ask us for circular and price : '. ,,;:

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FRIDAY,.JUNE 0, '1916.
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.J'I II' '". Ie ,.. "' II II 11.11. .' II .01. ' I . II '. Avenue B. Miss!! Harrison and Miss ing'there-will be a social hour In the and also "Devilish Business" and the "O bf

.!II 'r Mane Dann aregraduates of this nature-of a reception in honor of Mrs. famous Ford Weekly t LODGE MEETINGS :r '

t Miss Coffee, :who Is n frequent Mark Munger, ,who is leaving townto
size : $ Society Notes <$ \ 'visitor- Miami, is busily engaged remain permanently Mrs. Mungttr THE METHODIST':CHURCH. toooooooo.o o.ooooo..oo

In erecting! old friends. Is lone of the founders of the club its Instead of preaching at 'the morn WOODMENS CIRCLE, Tohopekaliga -

'I'. Belle Barrie' Editor.) The girlish trio have decided that first president and under all clrcurnttanoes ing hour, the Children's Day exerciseswill Grove No.,.65, meets every, first,
(Matfle} be held. There will be good mu-
'T' Miami is a very charming place and she has boon an enthusiastic Social
f have planned to remain hero n month faithful, reliable leader, whom lic,'an interesting: program and everY and third Tuesday night. ."

: ). Reqaest it scads to all patron 'of tie Valley Gazette ,to send item! before' returning to their respective the ('Iubvlll greatly miss. )ne is cordially invited to como. At meetings second and fourth Hall.Tuesday

t M of Society Events b the Editor for publication: in these tolumt."MRS. homei. Miss 'Dane; their hocteas, assisted A large attendance is' desired'not. 7:45 the pastor will preach on FamilyLikeness. afternoon Mrs In Fraternity J.:R. Sumner:; Clerk. .

\ by her parents,>in arranging: a only, because this'' will be ,the last Come and bringyour; Guardian. ..
). Ollar
Mrs. ,
number of pretty Informal affairs at meeting until September but especially friend with you.

11' which the members of par. because it may bo a long time - -, ".- ,,-
.Y"FENTERT. played table after they had beer
.uss. on a "
>r ., ty will be introduced., before our member -of honor.'will be <' >Coo-H" 0 O+H>O..OO "O 41. O 446a4d'0 o0caab a0 Oo allowed few momenta of observa '
a .
I. * with us again
,t. r/ Mrs. Earl\ Lupfor Entertained ft few tion. The article were all curios MRS. .LIVINGSTON<< ENTERTAIN.Mrs. CELESTE J. FRIPP, Sec.
/ "' dinhar last from China and as of these
friends at aix o'clock many * .
A t' Thursday evening In )honor of (Mrs.p. ; !objects were unfamiliar. much merriment Gay Ltvl.njjnlon.:' entertained RE'fDlIILLS.Linn : The Election's Over ,

'st ;' Mark Munger, who leaves for the I was I caused. by the names given. Tuesday evening at her home on

s i, L-J---- rig-' at an early dale. Plates were' Mrs. Wagner then gave the Clyde avenuo with 'pretty'' party for II. Reed of Smith Canter, J .

laid for Mrs. Munger tiM (children proper names of the articles and alsoa her attractive guests Misses Nettle Kansas and Miss Gertrude Mills .

xl Miriam and Paul. Mrs. W. J. FriHp I short history of their use. The Camp and Angus Burfcrd, of Ocalla. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. J. B. Mills, "' lit j* j*

y e:' and daughter, Carolyn Mrs. S. t.. ,reading of short nevspnper'clippingscontaining The time was spent with merry, were married Wednesday night at 8

v Lupfor and Miss Emmn Yowell. items of interest' pertaining games and informal musical num o'clock' at the Mills home 409 Mab- .. <

.,. PARTY. to missionary work in Chine con bers. In a "peanut" contest, testingthe ette street, in the presence of a larva If You Are Unable to See

,ST CLOUD SWIMMING cluded this feature -of the diversion. skill of the guests the first prizes I'number, of relatives and friends. The

I Beautifully rendered vocal numbers were won' by Miss Violet Bullock.yrd l |ceremony was performed by the Rev. .
Misses Mildred and Ethel Lee, thir ,.
'by Misses Ella May Gilbert and I '
M. of the Chris
Charlie Rogero. Tho prizeswere A. Chisholm pastor Why .
Miss Lureno Carlton of Arcadia .
guest, len Bass and a humorous\ reading by boxes of candy. A dainty ice course tian church. .
: Mlssos Amy Maklnson, Marion !
Miss Bass also
were enjoyed by'the .
was nerved during the evening. The residence wasbeautifully dec '

Nat Porter Carson. Edna Nelson Schweikart Maklnson and Messri.and.:guests. Concluding the evening home-made! delicious At the party were Misses Nettie orated with cut and potted flowers, Have Cole to Fix Ybur Eyes .

ice cream and Camp, Agnus Burford, Margaret and ,ferns and palms. The color scheme of ,
Willie Sutton were a merry
cakes were served. Mattie Norma Griffin and white carried out in all ,
pink was
Stanford Mary I
chaperoned by Mrs. J M. Lee, visit .ea', '
for Tiller, Grace Gilbert Carolyn Fripp the appointments. A beautiful l arch > ?* > .
Sag St. Cloud Tuesday evening SEWING: CIRCLE MEETS. .
f' T Adah Louise Simpson.., Violet Bullock of pink and white flowers' fonlled a
f a swim In East,, Lake Tohopekaliga. '
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s and Murray Ovfrstreet Raymond and in the large open doorway between
r was canopy
'The swimming party followed by The sewing circle of the Daughtersof '
1 r Ralph Bcarden William Arnold, Dick : tho two rooms in which the
made Co.-
Th a picnic supper. The trip was I Wesley was entertained Tuesday Cole Jewelry
and Ned.Bullock, Frank ci.d Edgar guests assembled. It was under this .
;, by automobile. ,afternoon by Miss Ruby Trevctt. The
% sent Bryan and Charlie Rogero.SILVERSOCIAL. I larch that the ceremony took place.

Y p VERA JOHNSON:' SURPRISED.Miss ing afternoon and talking.was pleasantly Refreshments spent sew-of *, .,. I'|' Miss Susie Spcer Gang a' beautifulsolo Jewelers and Optometrists

preceding the ceremony. The
punch, sandwiches and wafers were
Lillian Harris entertained at ii I accompaniment was played by Miss 4
+ 1 served. Those present were: Miss Mrs. Will Gilbert and Mrs. Harry Ethel Wilder who also played the ".ooo-*<-oc4"C0">* H ""OOH "OO '404a4a4aa

her pleasant home on Church street Ethel 1 Lee and her guests, Misses Zola Dale were hostess! TueRlIay'evening --'"_---. - "
of Miss i wedding march as the principals en- .
Monday evening in I .
Lankford and Lurpne Carlton, of Ar entertainingvHli a Silver Social at '
is for the I tered the room. Miss Ethel Mills,
+ Vera Johnson, who leaving
cadia, Miss Casler Miss Net
Gladys .
the home of the form.r.Cut :
i summer. The time was sp'nt in'm.. -: "sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, I I
tie Newton Miss Ethel Roberson, flowers and ferns made the
v ry games on the ve-anda and the veranda :Miss Helen Miss Mattie Belle and Lyles Story best. man.
rooms attractive, and the following
n I After the refreshments Fresh Eggs
refreshments of ceremony Vegetables
1 where dainty Harris, Miss Parah Clark Mrs. S. A. program was well rendered l for the ,
conclud- I of ice cream and cake were served.
y, sandwiches caks punch Preyatt, Mrs. J. P. Byrd, of Sumner, pleasure of the guests: i
id the The young couple leave today or
Y the evening. At party were and ButterWe
Fla., Miss Jeanette Prevatt and Miss
Piano number, Miss Ethel Gilbert. -
J 'Misses Lillian Harris, Vera Johnson,! tomorrow for LaCrosse, Kansas

,e ..Mary Spejr, Mary Singlotary, Gladys |I meet Geneva next Roberson.Tuesday The with circle Mrs Ethel wiil Reading Piano number, Miss. Sam Miss Dixon Gussie, Winn. I where they will make their future have added these articles to our line of

kk Griffin Lois Overstrect Margaret horn. Mr. Reed is a veterinary surgeon '
r Lee. Miss Grace Winn.Concluding AND PORK
_r. ; t Kenton and Dorothy Wclls, rnd Elmo . and has many friends and a good FLORIDA
Griffin Orval Harrison and Arthur PRISCILLA CLl'H ENTERTAINED: ;; : the evening, dainty refres5ments I practice in his home state. MI ft.I HAMS, BACON, BOLOGNA, MUTTON, ETC.
of punch, cakes and wafers -
Reed is an accomplished and/ popular
t Gardner.
were served. Those attending Call Phone 209 for your wants
. Mrs. Frcrk SouJ-rs entertained young woman and her:: many friends I
r'' : SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC.: the members of the Priscillnr Club Included Mrs. J. J. Griffin, Mrs. G. T. regret to see her leaving. However in these lines.CENTRAL .

Z -. Saturday afternoon at her attractive Singlctary Mrs. J. T. Reeves, Mrs.S. I they all join with the Valley Gazettein

d .r ..., i"__ The United Brethren Sunday home on Mabette street. As is the B. Aultman, Dr. and Mrs. T. M. wishing Mr. and Mrs. Reed a long MARKET

"' f School of Union Center held its an- custom of this club, much dainty fan- Rivers, Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Chis- and hippy wedded life.AMUSEMENTS..

f nna Ipicnic in Miller's grove last I IJ cy work was in evidence. Two piano holm, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Winn, Mr. '
Weather conditions and Mrs. M. H. Porter; Mrs. Will Gil- .. .
A .Thursday. were ,ducts! by Margaret Lesley and Johnnie ,6a' + aaaa -00- : +' 4aaa '
r, : ideal and the various games proved Bronson bert Mrs. Harry Dale and Misses a'a
enjoyed. was -
't Y a source of much pleasure to those 1 Little Fiances were Goethe, r small ontcrtajner Grace and Gussie Winn, Sam Dixon, '' ;; >0< I' -

W . ::; attending. There were many visitors i' who Ethel; Gilbert, Mattie Belle Harris, :. a e .. #
rendered a selection and
l J from Kissimmee and St. Cloud and a Mary Singletary and Henry Single- : :- > aaaaaaaaaaaaaManager ,
:,song. The guest list included Mrs. i iI .411'111TI1 Ill!]I Ililifi 11111111111!
,. ; number.enjoyed a plunge in the cool )H. M. Phann Mrs. J. M. McPJirtto-r.: tary and Gerald. Rivers.. I ; Beall ,of the Graystone '
&; lake. At the noon hour the tables Casino, is much pleased with the attendance -
Mrs. Milton Pledger, Mrs. II. G. Lesley
:; i. .. were heaped with good things lo eat Mrs. S. J. Souders, Mrs. John i{. I I at this theater during the e
r and the did tot week and with the satisfaction
-4': crowd ample justice Bronson Mrs. Robert Glover Mrs. Children's day was observed Sunday past a 1

f-: ,",,the spread., At a late hour ill I de- | Fronk Souders, Mrs. Lina Skinner at the Christian church with the i expressed by his patrons.
that the time would I
b parted hoping Mrs. E.' E. Wells, Msees: Jennie Boston following program: I, -

3 pt"IJ t ,pass. rapidly until., '.the. next picnll.c I C. Patrie, Margaret K. Lasljy, Song," God of Our athers," choir. The program for tonight includesa the
two reel drama presented by
BUILDING CIRCLE ORGANIZED. Johnnie Bronson Frances Gotho( and Pray rnpastor.Introdction entitled
Dorothy Wells. Mrs. Julius Smith Miss Grace Win. Mutual Film Corporation

:;' ,A "church building circle" was 'organized will be hostess the next meeting.:. Song "Soldiers Are We." "Two Bits," also 'On the Rampage'
i- "
'. . and "Search :Me, in addition to the
the Ladies' Aid of the Reading "She' for China
k serial sixth
"' SWIMMING PARTYl.y ," two-reel 1 picture, "Graft,
Miss Gussie "Whin. '>: 1' ,
Baptist church at thorl regular meeting ; ; < "' '. ,
episode.w ummj 1
.. held at the church Monday,of Wrnoon. '. .Song, "The World's ;; eed." : ; . '
launch j Crealeat'N [ ,
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.' .' The plan was suggested by 1 4 pleasures* ;'la i .tjride,1; a choir:' :' "'IiY'Vtf9 "\ :;') '''''' &f&' r -','" '- .
picnic supper at. Paradis Island anda kPat' Drew, "He Almost Sings will '
the Mrs. Elizabeth Readingj'"Frank.; Earl and Meigs,'"
president, Waring swim in Lake
week. Drewis
Tohopckaliga were be at the Casino all next
and' enthusiastic : Mrs. Will Gilbert. For the
b cooperation
an was
.' combined Monday evening tha party a famous comedy singer and has
promised by the members. The meet. Duet "Come Over and Help Us,
) I leaving the city dock at 3 p. m. and made a reputation in the motion picture
Inp'wU1 be held bi-monthly the Misses Gertrude and Ethel Mills. '
returning about eight o'clock. Mr. theaters of the country. He
v being in .andlight Rending, "What Has it Meant to
hours spent needlework and Mrs. S. II. Bullock and Mr. and should prove a good attraction at the LadiesSaturday
) refreshments were served. All II Mrs I You?" Vivian Floyd.
Gay Livingston chaperoned the Casino.
t are invited to attend and to contrib- "Visti from Miss: Kelley," class of
party which was given in honor of:
:z ute'a dime toward the building fund. I iritis.: -
Misses Nettie Camp r.nd'Agnos Bur- Summer prices are now in vogue at
;' The first meeting will be held next Song, "Over the Sea," primary
ford of Arcadia, now guests at the the Graystone! Casino where 5 and June 10th
Monday at the home of Mrs. C. J. I class. _
Livingston home. Those enjoyingthis 10 cent rates now prevail at every
c Woodall>> on North Main street, and "On Their Metal" class of small ,
occasion were Misses Nettie performance.! This includes not only

},A ,a good attendance is assured. j Camp, Agnes Burford, Margaret:! 'and boys. the regular. Mutual program but all
. Sh'oea
Duet, May W'nn: and Eunice Rivers All White Pumps and Sport Oxford
Mettle Norma Griffin Ada
GIVE TALENT TEA. Stanford feature shows as well.
';3r tit Louise Simpson Carolyn Fripp Violet Benediction.Reading. Lettie Holtzclaw. Will Go On Sale at From

;l Mrs. D. G. Wajmtr Mrs. L. H. In- Bullock, and j Messrs. Ned and Dick .,. . "The Mysteries of Myra," a feature ,

't? ... gram and Mrs. /. Z Roberson were Bullock and Raymond Beard on.: biOTIiERS'-TEACHERS' CLUB. serial will have its first showing at .

"I t.ii hostesses Friday evening entertainirig MISS DANN. ENTERTAINED..,. the Casino next Thursday evening 79c to $1.48 .

With, .a Talent tea at the MethodIst On Friday June 15th the club will when Episode No. 1 will be shown

,. t church annex. Quantities of cut The Miami Metropolis says: Miss meet at 3:30 p. m. in the Hart Me- The opening night will be given as a ----
M } .t flowers made the rooms fragrant and Maurine Dann of Kls'immee. Miss morial building. benefit t for the Kissimmce Concert

;< 1/' ;the time was pleasantly spent in chat Claire Harrison, of Geneva and Miss There will be reports of committees Band.' SMITH'S SHOESTOR '

,. ) .t and a contest which was both Interesting Alice Coffee, of Sanford the lovely election of officers for the en- ,

.:' : and instructive. The guests nieces of Mr. rnd Mrs. J. A. Dann I suing year and appointment: of standing Tomorrow, Saturday, matinee'and Otceola County' Only

tr \ were given paper and pencils and I Itl are being delightfully entertained byl I committees. light, will be presented the three-reol Exclusive Shoe Store

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FRIDAY, JUNE 9,1911, :\ 'TKI'IS'I.N+ E'rA'Cl.YttL' : : AiLLITY 'J.'. '
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X'1'J KI&SIMMEE f VALLEY GAZETTE- ford; who was called there' rocetly'by reputation baa'' gained-Pensacola: LhsC J the'tMetleIQ': wheels;:int)t ie ;tetlralways.bav. MtO.:>w""D.Une.J'W.: Mnif ji...s.
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the serious Illness of her Journal MILITIA ) TOBE tie !
mother. a smooth surfaces ;; Murphy; BtlljjkoberU: ;.LtPlj'S.a,,

Published Evsry: Friday By Edgar W. Dennison )Hiss Gladys' Casler is visiting! her It takes two men "operate the W, Mrs. E.r.C.Stevens., N. W.: Syl
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W. B. HARIUS *, B. 0. VANS AGNEW' the Florida Farmer and. llomesoeker representing/, friend, Miss Mona Huffman at Dav MUSTERED IH .SOON machine1 fronxpOie": '
the machine'will
attended the Cattle Tick Conference enport. roughs claims that, Luis Wheeler.'Mrs. W. a Son?.

..tOO.O..O '.OO.O"'t'to held here : I, clear, plow, harrow, fertilize;: and lime Wood, 34 D end Family; Ward, J. ,R;
yesterday. Missal, J anette and Gordonof NATIONAL GUARD1 WILL BE FINALLY '
Emily eight acr44'opalmftto: .land,i'day, ., 13.1J: SIMPSON, Postmaster.Of .
Weather Samuel' E. Cobb; of Tallahassee,I Orlando,.spent Thursday 'ns guestsof ORGANIZED.:AT; MEETING The engines have,sixty horse 'poi '
Report I. Bess Moselo .. TO BE HELD ON NEXT the members of the WI men'.-
Miss The
was .here tllil.week, having boon called sr. machine is 1 24'foot in. length
I TUESDAY NIGHT ="LETTEltS and six and half feet wido City Club of Boston, which representsat
to Klasimmeo by tho illness anddeath' Miss Margaret Archer, teacher' In : a ;;-cuttinga
of his NT OUT TO YOUNG. M N-BY. swath five feet wido. has Invitod least thirty-nine professions, it Is-
He -
Y -- brother, Dr.: R.,.W. Cobb. the Key'' West.schools, is the guest of estimated 'that
+ i nine
Following are daily temperatures her"uncle.W. J. Frlpp and family;' OFFICERS., ?- persons interested in the new out of every. ten
and precipitations as reported Mrs. L. E. Mink and children, accompanied .. -:-- machine to attend 1a 1 demonstration are homemakers,
by Government station her Tho weekly A fen's :Meeting will beheld .. 1 I ,
fey sister,.. Miss Effie iKissimmee's militia will be I which will likely be given near the J. P Marshall of
corapay Chicago has ,
Kissimmee for re-
at the week at '
end Fleming, left Monday for Anvesvllle, the Methodist bungalow Sun city next week. .
-4. ing",.Thursday, June 8,'1916: 0., to spend the with relatives. day afternoon at 3 o'clock.' Every- muat.ored'In-' next Tuesday; and the: cently purchased several thousand
Bummer -
:Max:; Min. Rain- body is invited to attend. Como out following letter 'is being sent out to i 400444. ..-0.: .;, 0,0004 acres between Goths and Winter Gar-

Friday _,__ ..87 '64 and help this excellent work for the the young men who have signified i .. .. den, In Orange county, and will develop .

Saturday ,.- ._93 63 Mr. and Mrs., W H. Milson, of St.:) Master.:-Devotional Committee.L. their intention becoming: members: 0 STOCK MARKET.. 4 considerably of it to ,a stock I '
_ ._ __. 93 67 Cloud ranch.In .
Sunday passed through here Wednes 0 V 4
Monday _. .._95 60 day evening en route to 1 ,Short Beach, Y. Bryan of Sanford where he Dear Sir-On Tuesday night, June t 00000040400000National

Tuesday __ ,.__ 869 ,ConnecUcut, where they will spend la owner of the Sanford CycU Com- 13th, a company of-National Guards I \ "home Japan but women not only work In
I pany, has opened a bicycle store in the. go out "service. Litt. ;
Wednesday ..97 69 several months. will be mustered in at Kissimmee.and.
I Stock Yards, III., June1910.Today'a 6 5, tie girls are employed in largenumbers
the Beaman which will be
'A Thursday ._ _86 71 .35 .. building your name has been suggested to usa receipts .
Cattle 3.-
. Misses N(!ttie Camp 4 and Agnes operated .under the namo of she Bryan one who would possibly be Inter as nurses for babies. Then theyare
500 hogs 8,600.; The market
; is the
servant either in
Burford, of Ocala 'the private
r oooo ooot.OOO"'O are attractiveguests Cycle Company. ested in this movement. Under a '
of Mrs. steady to strong on all grades today, houses or in tea-houses and hotel
...O.. ...Ot ..O. Gay Livingston, hav- Dr. F. F.. H. Pope,' of St. Cloud, cent: bill passed by Congress all mom compared with last week. J

al ing weeks.arrived Saturday to spend sever passed through this city today en bers of the National Guard will be Choice to prime feed steers, $8.65 00044,0OOOOd00.0000

I route to Chicago to attend the Republican paid from 950 to 9600 per year, according to' 99.25 good' to choice! '8.25 to
The Local FieldFire
:Mrs. Frank Lewis and Mrs. J. P. National convention now in I to their rank. In addition to '8.85; medium to good, 97.75 to $Uti; O CORRESPONDENTS WANTED.:..

Hughey, of Tampa, arrived Wednesday session there He will later go to this, a yearly encampment is held and common' to medium, 96.75 to $7.75; 0 ---- .

+OO. t..+o.otOtOOOOOOOOOO and will spend some time visiting I Kent, Ohio, where he will spend the all epenses of the troops are paid by canners, $C.50 to $5.00; medium fat The Valley Gazette would Ilk 4

Insurance. See A. E. Drought. their father T. A Hughey who lives 1 summer. their government, including transportation cows, $5.65 to $6.00;:choice '6.25 to to have an active correspondent in 4

east of the city. Miss Zola Langford rcutrned to Ar- clothing end also tho lame 97.00; lightbulls.. $5.25 to 96.75; 4 every one of the following* places <0
Twelve kinds of candy and only 15c salary allowed while in service on
Mrs. Julia Mink who cadia last night from Tampa and Kis heavies, $6.00 to '7.00; yearlings, 0 CAMPBELL STATION. 0
the The Story Store. was called this encampment as is allowed to '
'where has '..75 to '5.26; heretics, 95.76 to LANIER
simmee/ she been visiting 0
Athens, 0.. on account of the illness : the regular While the site for a
Miss Maude Jolly, of Jacksonville, of her sister1, Mrs. J. A. Linscott," friends and relatives for the past this summer's army. has not been selected $; light veal. calves, $6.00 to LO HILLIARD'S ISLAND. 4

is the fruest?of Mrs. B. E. Haley. I returned home Thursday. Mrs. Lin- three weeks. In Tampa Miss Lang- camp 910.75. WHITTIER. 4 Y'II0
it Is. definitely settled that it
ford the of her .oistor Mrs. Cattle from tick-freo territory: BASSENGER.
was guest 0
Just received a fresh shipment of scott is greatly improved in health. will be outside the elate of Florida
Campbell. In Kissimmco she Good to choice thing steers, 96-75 to 0 LOUGHMAN. 0
Robert !
(candy. The Story Store. Friends and the indications are that it will be
and relatives of Mr. and vislt1d.! Miss Ethel Lee, Miss, Lurene $7.25; medium to good, 96.00 to $6.75; 1 IO MULBERRY SINK. 0

Buy "Butter Nut" bread, made by Mrs. L-eake! Bearden Mershon, of Wil-! Carlton, who accompanied her to at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. common to medium, $5.25 to '6.00; .0 ftOKOSEE.KENANSVILLEL. f

Reed's bakery. 24-21- liston, Fla., have received announcements ; Tampa and Kissimmcc, remainedover I You can readily see that an organization light yearlings, 95.25 to 95.75; young '0 4 q

of the birth of a son to themon of this character will give I II i Howe, 95.00 to $5.1>0 heifers 't4
Mrs. G. D. Langston, of Haines in the last named place and will I ; young The Valley Gazette will be glad 0 ''n
May 29th. The baby will bear the each and every member a chance to 5.75 to 96.25. IO
to furnish the
City spent Tuesday in the city not return before another week.-Ar-. stationary and 4
ping. shqp-. name of Darwin Kingslcy Mershon. 'cudm News. I learn; something of military tactics, Ii I I 1,500 hogs direct to packers. Mar ,+ postage and will fiend the paper '0-

Miss Mildred Lee left Wednesdayfor a chance to get in some "small )ket slow and lOc lower on hogs and ,000 free .to any person in each of'4
Paul Weaver cashier of the Citi-
When you order bread ask for "But- "j Orlando, where she joined a house change" by, drilling an hour or so 25c lower on pigs. Top $9.40; bulk of 10 these places who will send us 4'
ter Nut," by Reed's bakery. 24-2t zens Bank of KisRimmoc, and Albert each week and a chance to lake a trip l' the 1
my party being given by Mr. and Mrs I good hogs 160 Ibs. up, $9.10 to 1000 news items regularly.Manhattan 4'''
Bearden, of the State Bcv.k of Kis-
: each summer not only without ex T9.30; roughs, $8.75 to $9.00; 120 to' 0
Seth Woodruff 0
Miss. Sadie Bryan left Monday for at their summer home ;h
a few days visit. with friends in Orlando "Beecha Woo -near that city. simmeo, left Tuesday: on their vacation . pense I but be paid for the time. Theygovernment { 150 lb. pigs, $8.25 to 98.75; lighter 00044000044400400 *
the '- l ,
touring c;nti ;, northern urnishes'clothing
I ammunition pigs $7.00 to 800. r'r
W. I). Butch, superintendent of ',totes in Mr Weaver's new Hudson I guns and pays rent on ;an'' Notional Live Stock Com Co. I

Col.! W. N. Fishburne, of Rich- water stations for the Atlantic' Coast i I Super Six. They will drive direct to i:armory. It is planned to make, the ;, 3

mond, Va., spent< Thursday here on Line Railroad, stopped off in Kissim- ||Indianapolis and Chicago, thence to''',rooms selected for u.> armory into 11'' ADVERTISED LETTERS. I

business. mee Wednesday while en loutxj from | Detroit, where: Jicy wil! 1 be joined by i|gymnasium and a club room unJ thus j Hotel'I

Lakeland to his headquarters in Jacksonville Congressman W. J. Scars. The pal.tywill i make this (adorin I' ,
organization a
.fTat, juicy and tender meats always | Advertised lint for two weeks end
found at City Market, 'phone 44. tf I I I then tour to Washington, 1). C., ,the town, furnishing a place for the I ing June 19, 1916: I

Miss Alma Gibson, of Okeechpbce, Mrs. O. C. Pierce and son left Sun returning hcmc' via western Weaver Virginia ,fellows to loaf, to take exercise; in Brown, Mrs. W. A.; Brown, Rich; Special Summer Rates
and Caiolina. Mrs. who is
was in the city Friday while en route ,day for Tampa, where they will spend j 'the (gymnasium and meet together in Clemons & Son, Mrs. Jane; Pew, Dr.J. .

for Tampa. two weeks visiting her parents. They now visiting Ind.Mr. Weaver's parents in |a social way as well as for Clio purpose .Dickenson; , Dr. and Mrs. W. P.; By the Week\\
I will the
Lafayette, '
will then leave for Nelson, Ga., and accompany of learning something of mili- Graves, Mrs. Eliza; Hart, Mrs. Rose;
and fresh 15. the back homo.WILSON'S .
Candy party
i ii I II Bradford, Vt., where they will spend tary tactics. Hendel son, Mrs. EflTie; Humphrey,
I pound. The Story Store. the summer.A -- We are allowed 65 men and it is Miss Susie; Jakes, J. E.; Johnson, $7.00

Miss Lizzie Thompson left last HOME RUN i necessary that we have this numberin Samuel A (2)); Johnson Miss Evel l; :
letter received from W. J. Davis
yb week" for an extended visit with rela- order to secure a company in Kis- Joyce, Miss Margaret; Klrkpstrick I Vii
of Lockwood, Mo., stat*/ that he is
tives in JcRsup, Ga. simmeo and after the enlistment has
planning to come to Kissimmee again :
I reached this number it will be Impos- ,,'
W. II. Phillips, of Kenansville, was next winter. It will be rememberedthat
I 1 sible for us to this amount st
in Kiseimmee Friday and registeredat he spent a part of last winterin
the 'Graystone.Ed I the city TAKES GAME PLAYED more than three or four except by
I 1 6 'vacancy caused by some of the :
Dcnegafl, cf Waldo, spent sev- Mrs. Lee Bandy and children are RALLY AFTER COWPUNCHERS members getting a discharge. We CCraystoneTheatre'y

eral days here this week. His'many 'here from Orlando to spend sometime :- HAD SCORED IN 1 have arranged for a supper and smo- I

friends were glad to greet ):him. I with. ..Mr. and Mrs. H.-- N. Brat- THEIR HALF OF SAME FRAME ker at Makinscn's hall at 7:30 this _

Miss Bessie Farr, of St. Cloud, is I ton ana other relatives. Airs Bandy -McALLISTER PITCHES. night and we ask you to arrange to

among the many who are taking the formerly lived here and has a host of -- come up and enjoy this v.ith11

friends in the city. i. whether have decided to join or
teachers examination here this week. you FRIDAY JUNE
,;. ; : Bartow, June 6.-Wilson's home 8th '
not. Therefore are cordially Invited :
Dr. A. 'J. Holt returned you
v; 1; ,,',,",/'..S\\! ." Joe:Smith, of,K ngsan ,, a., Monday run in the last half of tho ninth in.rting'with 'to come 'and'bring anyone .. ,'I .
?'! evening,, from a- month's absence. up "JH
) V down tied the and
i Is1 ere!the j esttof; her, son, >Julius one score 1
While he attended with you whom you know that is will- Mutual Film Corporation Presents TwoReelDina\
Smithrrs. d daughter.lMrsTJATJt SbuIJ'Wln. away, the Southern three \\hits following: scored.the '.win.. '. .
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"enli It will boost the town "
ing to "
\ Baptist' Conference'at' Asheville N. .
'" ning run, Bartow winning-from Kis- .
permit you' to make some easy money "TWO J3IXS"Also
C., and spent some time visiting his simmee 2 to' 1.
The Kissimmee Bottling Works is get a good trip each year and be
children in Knoxville, Tenn.
_ McAllister and L'Hommediu pitched -
now making deliveries in a new auto of assistance to you in many ways.
The Sewing Circle, an organization splendid ball throughout the game, '
truck especially fitted for its bottled in the Westminster class of the both'weakening in the final inning.G. Officers elect: two real serial pictures "GRAFT", Sixth Episodo. '

goods. H. M. KATZ, Captain.
Presbyterian church, was pleasantly Seymour scored the winning run

Mrs. Roy, Chalker. of Tampa, ar- entertained by".Miss Bessie Peak last on his single, that of H. Davis and LEE JARRELL, 1st Lieut. SATURDAY JUNE 10th.
J. W. STEED 2nd Lieut. ,
I 'rived Monday for a few days visit Thursday afternoon. The Circle will Mack's two-base slam. The score: ,

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. continue to meet alternate Thursdays BartowAB'R II PO A E Three. Reel Drama, #

Carson. throughout the summer season. F. Seymour, Ib ____4 0 0 17 1 0 '

Pressley, rf __:____3 00000 TO TRY OUT PALMETTO "TJLNTDER AZURE SHIES" '
Lee Bandy and children, .of Orlando Mrs. R. D. Guico left 'Wednesday
L. Wilson cf ______4 1 1 0 0 Q
who have been visiting relativesfor for Lovcjoy Ga. She will be. joined Also "DEVILISH BUSINESS" AND 'THE FORD WEEKLY w
G. Seymour, ss ,___3 1 1 2 3 1 TRACTION PLOW HEREC.
the past week, returned homo there by Miss Ellen Guice, who has
H. Davis, e---3 0 1 6 1 1

Monday. I been taking a post graduate course in D. Mack 3b ______4 01030 NEXT TUESDAY .

Miss Lola Langford, who was the the State College for Women at Tal- Alverson, 2b ______3 00031 . L. BURROWS OF BALTIMORE SECOND EPISODE Of GREAT SERIAL '" '

attractive guest- for several days of lahassee and they will spend the sum- Pattey, If ________3 0 1/1/ 0 1. BRINGS HIS INVENTION TO 'i

Miss Mildred Lee, has returned to her mer. Mr. Guice will join them later. L'Hommedieu, p ___2 00130.. KISSIMMEE TO MAKE TEST "THE IRON CLAW" "

I1Qme"in Arcadia. Mrs. w: H. Jones has returned to - - - BEFORE INTERESTED PARTIES ,

Mrs.* Persons and J. R. her home in Kissimmce after an ex. Totals _. ____29 2 6 27 14 4 FROM ALL PARTS OF THE ,
J. M. son,
Persons, arrived Thursday from tended visit with relatives and friendsin Klaal..eeAB R H PO A E STATE.C. StFMMER IP R ICE S. 5 AND 10 CENTS -

Moultrie, Ga., to visit' her sons, G_ eo. Cleveland, Mount Vernon and Alvey, cf ____---__4 00100
W. Persons and C. L. Persons, of'I. the Newark Ohio. Her many friends will Pounds ss '..___-___4 1 1 1 8 1 L Burroughs, of Baltimore, Md.,

Dollar Limit Store. be glad to know that she is at home Hunter 2b ________4 02220 arrived in Kissimmee yesterday to Ir '

again and much rested and improvedin Burdick, 3b ____-__. 00001 begin testa here of a new machine of .
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark were din- health as the result oCher trip. Bullock, If ________4 00200 his own invention which he believes ... ...... . . ....... .. .... ..... ...... ........ .. ... 4

ner guests last Thursday evening of Regero, rf ________2 00300 will solve the question of clearing
James G. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Bazille Brossler at their Tenn., spent Wednesday, of here Knoxville and mo-, Story, c _________.2 00800- Florida: lands of palmetto root.. INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE: i .1 "Y

home in Orelando. tored Carson Ib ________3 0 1 8 00 The machine is expected to arrive
to Southport to look over the .Q
Rev. Chisholm will preach' Sunday land which he purchased there sometime McAlliater p. -----.t: 00021 today or tomorrow. Photographs Let us insure your Life your Health, your Property.

morning at the Christian church on Mr. Johnson is'county'attorney -.- - brought by Mr. Burroughs show a .
ago. -
the subject "Heaven; and at night, at Knoxville and also assist Totals __ ____30 1 4 26 7 3 monster machine with two separate Information in regard to property for. "

"A More Perfect Way." ant district attorney in that section Scores .by innings. : gines, one furnishing the traction sale and rent cheerfully; given. ,

tHe A N. here Bartow ____ _______000 000 002-2 power and the other operating a row
Lois Strickland has for L. railway. While In addition to fifteen other
Little Miss returned good companies we
Kissimmee __ _______000 000 001-1 of knives on the front of the machine. ,
he few
to her home at flames City. spent a pleasant hours with
.. Summary: Two base hits, D. Mack; These knives are twelve inches :n now represent'the well known s..
his friend Dr. A. J. Holt.
after visit to her aunt, Mrs. Aaron
home run. L. Wilson; hits apportioned length. They are revolved at a rapid HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York'D.
Reeves, at Edgewater. Rev. C. M. Hutton of Fort Worth
Pattey, G_ Seymour, H. Davis, speed as the machine moves forwardand
DeWilton Alderman has returnedto and his daughters, Mrs. L. M. White Bartow; Pounds, Hunter 2, Carson not only cut up the palmetto "" .a.c;;..

the city after spending some time and Miss Jennie Hutton, of Chicago, Kissimmee; first base on balls, off .roots, but plow the land as well. Behind Second floor Citizens Bank eldg. Krtsimmce: Via.a :
on the Kissimmee prairie looking af- returned to their homes Monday af McAllister 1, off L'Hommedieu 0; I the knives is a sectional roller on ,

ter bib cattle interests. ter spending some time with Mr. and struck out by McAllister 8, by :either-side which rolls the ground so .. ...oo..o..t..w....... .. ... '
Mrs. R. M. Mosley. Rev. Hutton Is
L'Hommedieu 5i: sacrifice hits, Press-
G. M. Taylor 1 has opened a branch .
Mrs. Mosley's father, and while this
L'Hommedieu, Burdick Reg' ro, N
... -
of his grocery store in the small pleasant ...... t
family reunion was in progress Story; stolen bases: G. Seymour; wild
building formerly occupied as a a son, C. M. Hutton Jr., of Minden pitches, L'Hommedieu. Time of
by J. R. Gilbert at the intersection of La. the circle. game NOW IN EFFECT.
Church and Main streets. joined 1:30. Umpires, Newman and Barge. SUMMER RATES

Mr. W,.B., Crawford, who has beenin AT THEGRAYSTONJB a
Lacy Johnson, who I. privVa secret tbe.PeD cola hospital for the past Tho Plant OHy Growers' Association .

tary to Congressman ,W:, J, Scare, I. ten days, undergoing an operation, was incorporated Saturday witha

spending a few days vacation with left last night for his home in Kissimmee. I capital of 410,000, divided laW, 1000 HOTEL

friends and relatives here. Mr. Crawford wafc much shares of a par value of 910 each.

Mrs. W. T. Raff and children of impressed with the splendid modern Cummings, Pruden & Co. were the ," 41

time here hospital with .its unusual facilities $10 Per Week: and Up.: k \ k
Orange Center, spent'some I successful bidden for the $25,000; ;:-,
r4 ->
while en route to Clyde. Kansas, which he had chosen not only becauseof .. ''tr;
where she will join her husband. the fact that he wished to be under '- I road 1 and bridge bonds of the special Q.'' C. PIERpE Managci : JIl :: '
''''-_. Sarasota-Venice,district., The bid WAS : -
I :
'. the care of,his former physicians, ; . ,, ;
:':" W. T. Langford left Wednesday for for 910426.. The bond run 20 years i i- r ;;

." > Falrbluff ,N.. c. joln.MfMLng" '' I but,alio. on account.of.the,/ Ia0 j and bear six cent interest., .."'- ".,' -
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'tr to be placed on them and- of course! OIL AND CAS DEVELOPMENT.. .

iicsAil; 7UR AND COMPANY TO BUILD PACKING PLANT IN that n "III' it cannot be sold. or taken FOR THE CHILDREN

out of establishment.. The Florida East Coast Oil, Gas A

JACKSONVILLE; READY FOR OPERATION OCTOBER 1 ; "As furthr illustration of how far- Mineral Co. has been' formed i at Melbourne .

. reaching the government1 inspection Fla., with. L. B., A Sleepy Time Story For the. Littlest -. t

..J t WILL ENCOURAGE DEVELOPMENT OF CATTLE RAISING I.,, plantunder United States In- president; F C. Powell, rice president Folks In the House. .

f spection must use only water that Is ; R. H. Belden secretary: ; r. L. ....

clean and potable at all times. A* a Bill treasurer to develop 'gas and ,oil r.
;Jacksonville Armour Packing "The state .official are heartily in' thrown into the grease or tallow OF' A KING.
"1; matter of fact, all water used in official lands said to lie :In the vicinity of FORGETFULNESS

; 14 Company will begin work not ,later sympathy with the movement to Improve tanks and destroyed, establishments is analysed by Melbourne. Mr. Eschbach states that .fir---- AI .....

i than duly 1 constructing: a packing the quality and'.quantity of our "It hai been proved conclusively, bureau representatives before it is Daughter Great

JHW"?!;' plant In this city according to announcement stock in* the state of Florida-ai evidenced , in' many:: places, that concerns producing .used.- "AH *,. found numerous on seepages the 80,000 of acres oil have,of ,been land How Deal H: of. Caln.d'Unh ppln I:...-What' a a Fairy ;

made yesterday by II. B.Minium by their magnanimous attitude meat food''' articles/ without'JrOv.. include implements knives meat and tools, which leased by the company and combustible 'AoN"pliah.d-Boy Soout Who W.n'h.. Ii i
dryers hooks
representative for this concert toward the tick eradication ernment inspection do put some items etc., must be thoroughly sterilized before 'gas has been noticed bubbling up ,Honor ,FOP Well Doing. '
r on the market that are .
/ In Florida. It:will be completed' movement unfit for foodCondemned' diseased and and after using.! from lakes for as long as' five .min Hello said Uucle Ben to Polly Ann

. by October 1, as the work 'is to be More and Better Cattle. Carcasses Employes of all establishments utes continuously. Prospecting hue and Uitle Ned; I'm Just In time to'tell

rapidly as possible. health commissioner Destroyed. been made on the ground Intermit- It Is about I '
pushed a "Dr. Dawson, our : "Simply because handling meat or any food products you a story. y.:
The abattoir ,will not be as big as' no person not ently for the past several years, and, '
believes that must keep their hands clean.
this movementwill Apl'Ol'frock \*,
even a butcher without
w, t. some of the Armour plants in the i veterinary nnd clothing worn while handling the conviction gained from it that r .'
do more to stimulate the indus training can be a capable! judge of I THEPRINCESS' WISH.
oil and in vol.
Middle Wesf;-let it Is to be the last food products, must'be made of gas are present large
try than anything that could possiblybe the fitness of beef :
pork, or mutton but
word in aanitary construction and op. material which is readily cleansed ume are probably very deep.
done by any individual, county or for food, and no system cf local inspection lived little J
crated under strict United States and kept in a sanitary conditlr.n.all .' . : Once upon| n time a .
with state movement that might be I can be said to comparewith AI princess. She was so beautiful that
government inspection a capac tho time. r:
: .
launched. federal she -
-particularly with to'the tbe king ItBber anything \
to 'kill 200 cattle 500 hogs and ; regard
ity 'U. S. Inspected and Passed'legend NEW LINGERIE. :
"And we believe that with such 'a ante-mortem and sanitary fea \ e t 200 sheep a day. s movement Dr. Dawson will be able to tures. on any meat or meat food pro- ,I for a doll, a truly wonderful doll) that I

Deacription of Plant'u I duct is a guarantee that it is free : could talk and walk mid sleep in a }
out to the Florida! land
standards point owner "Many a fat hog nnd some of the .Suggestion For Wom p Who
accordance modern: -,
In witji) from all disease. to Ret
,, flower. This tbe I king promised
and stock man hat the time is choicest cattle Und ..
and now which to the untrained Make. Their Own. rw r.
sanitation -
;Mr of packing house Visitors Alwaya Welcome. for tier. Ho forgot nil about It the I
near when he should immediately improve eye should make the best 11\\ '
and from the fact that this pork or and was much aur .
r efficiency "In order' that the people may. be- next day, however,
c plant will be under United States l his herds, taking care of them beef, has bean unequivocally con- come better acquainted with the Women who do no other sewing priced. to bear bill little daughter say I

r t government inspection, the sanitary and feeding them the same as Northern demned by one of the efficient veter- oration a modern meat food fac-op- sometimes make their own lingerie, at to the queen: "Mamma, 1 am quite un I

features' will be given every atten stock raisers. innrtss: operating in a United States tory, : under Inspection least part of It. Although the modern haply Father has not jet given ne .. ,
"It costs no more to raise a good I inspected establishment, who throws operating. government lingerie Is _so dainty, -clnlwiate, It the doll I asked for." ,

# '," tion.All will be light and 1,000-pound steer than a'COO-pound 'the searchlight of science upon its or- Armour and Company will la ulteiMMslble to make It It one follows The king Immediately Kent out and '

,v department scrub. This section of the country is gans and glands during the welcomc visitors in this now.plant at the new patterns cure-fully, for got her a dull that could walk and

r airy and equipped with proper ven peculiarly adapted to the growing: of slaughter.! processof all times 'and' will see to it that a they are of course, designed by the talk and was so small that It could sit '
tilation. Dressing rooms for employeswill well % proper guide is furnished milall. op- best designers that money can blre. In a flower. But this was not what
many nourishing grasses, as as "Armour and
have all modem facilities. Company, by conforming erations explained in detail." and they are. withal practical.To the princess wanted. She wanted a
the velvet bean and the bean.
The power house will contain two soy with this rigid government begin with there are the usual doll tbat really llted. In vain did tbe
L .L.
r onehundred-horKepower boilers and These grains produce as gooa a graue )j inspection, lost through condemnation NEW STYLE OF COINS. patterns In tbe new sllbonette. All king: advertise. by heralds for such a

a refrigerating machine of from thir- I of beef hs is produced in the much during the. year 1915, over $1,000 underwear has taken on flaring lines.Bo I doll.

ati 4 ty to fifty tons capacity. All of the talked of /grain belt of the Middle 000. In other words, every animal Washington-Dimes, quarters and there are patterns with a flare. for Meanwhile the prlncpHii was sitting

: machinery will be up-to-date and mo- West. condemned was paid for at the mar- half dollars of new design will be all the lingerie one might denlrc. at the window' gazing; out at tbe stars.
d+ Not Only Cattle But Beef. ket price, and brought only what it mintd after There Is the new petticoat that measures She did not cure f<>r the many I benutlful
tor-driven. July 1, Secretary Mc-
"It is Incumbent upon the people of would yield in tallow and in- from iliree and a half (10 four toy's 'lying nf t Two-t ry Brick Huildinir.. this stats to set about stead-'of grease, I Adoo announced today. For the first yards, around I the bottom, u petticoat net her heart on that doll. A

' 4 t On the first floor of this two story immediately being sold as food products. ,. time since 1891,jt change will be affected every one nil! need to wear with IlidJ, beautiful rosebush, i-llmlKMl up to tier .
, to of this feed and fodder The value
more of
building will be located the following grow carcasses in the in these pieoes.( summer's full skirted frocks. Such a ",1)lIlolIud was literally covered with

departments: and the big people of the country-I tanks amounted to approximately 20I The announcement disclosed that petticoat cnn be finished In scallops or I the sweet Hniclllni tlowcrx.: While theprluccsd

the keymen of the state- p-T cent of what was paid for them. ; deep Points at I Ibe bottom or straight
4 | a !
The office, a modern, up-to-date the half dollar has fallen practically I J wim 11117.111( ;; lit cup of tile liiiiln

y .: M\usnpre kitchen, coolers for pork, [have waste lands or have idle capital First Inspection on the Hoof I i into disuse. The was selected flounce trlmmcHl with Inco or rticlilnen i ican she Mil w n little green wonu carp lon'acd
should and believe will into "The be us< 'il!. And It can bo made' |
4 beef and mutton, sheep and hog-cut we go first inspection made of animals with the hope of restoring it to the heart, of It. =Nuw. I lie |'il'liui'Hit
; the cattle and general live stock bus- going to inserted with or without111/ extension under detested plod of but
k and Inrd refineries an establishment lin.l 11 worm;
oleo more general circulation.
ting department,
; the flounce find wIth or without dustruffle.
forthwith. I she softolco
when heard
inoRK I lluilil
is n
[ i an ante-mortem inspection
ti ice ('cllarngine room all dress- Under the new coinage each piece: .
i '1 "That, however, is only one step in i i on the hoof. This: examination sa)'. "Help/ me. ash help mo'. !" her
la will be of
ing rooms. design. The half Thorp 1 li n inrwt attractive pattern .
h'urt'IIN Inullied. for-
On the second floor all killing of the direction of progress The next j made in the delivery of the live stockto :dollar and dime models will be made I for a nightgown nlth re\er. back end \\11 r.l.. she. brixlu\
i rattle, hogs and sheep will be done, land more imortant step is not only to th-3 packrs'. :by Adolph A. Weinman and the new front There i Is n \' .shaped ()I'"t"I I I foil;! to the. hard: Mono pim-mont, b<,low'Ihell .

". I but in addition to this spare will heprovided make cattle but to make beef-and I "Any animal showing) symptoms of ;quarter| dollar by /Ileimon A. !Mac- I Inn!k and, front. end little rcTH turn | n 11111 llo\\el" Kplllt rose lik|
beef! can be mnde with ns great a disease disabled lm<'k from tills I opening' The. I.belted I... ;
I or condition gown
i+ .yf"' for the following: ( are tagged I Neil Moth are sculptors of note. from the Hotter nod mild t to tin |1'1'111-l
,profit as. the most prolific product of I and set apart for closer In nt the cmpliewills! line orb I "Tor ill > such h.. .
k' Meat products coolers, decks for examina-I The face of the new half dollar COM: sa" !: m Prow u rrlble
left hanging, lint the 1 behest formMMMUS
chilling rooms:; tank houses for edi- the South. tion. If, on later inspection, thy: I bears a 'full length of liberty, with a I deatli, I will Id >ou huono
rt'I i "This state has natural found pu-tllor Wl,ll. TI'IIII1". \\llllt \01I \\lllll IIIOHl"
so be
j many are to in a condition which .
.r bles and inedible products. huckground of the American flag fly- There I... I ton I the ,pUxcl<-ss night i| 80 the piTui.
( osKhod (hat hho hud
j resources that it,011Id would later a
seem nsthough
There will be a modern closed. loading require condemnation. in ing toward the broo/e. The Koddessis /go\Mi. with I points!, of I the front nod doll Hint "i.midlllk and IlllU nndscof
: it has neglected its the slaughter I
I clock on one side of the plant with opportunities house; they are con-I binding toward the dawn of a new Imck mcctlni; on I the shoulders 'I'llItton. In u tlow.
iY ,k facilities for handling six. or eight I in not getting into the live stock'business'at demed before they are killed and it day, carrying laurel and oak branchessymbo' H loft lowing( or else 1 lic-ltcd lu. as The) Iii irv looked, Jlr.."'('. "Thorp nro -

; \ car daily. an earlier date. j is i then necessary that they be killed \ )lc of civil and military one Ilr-r"I'i only tnlrley. Hut' do till sonii nt. and ..

tt : 81'11|[ Hj-products and Fert ili7.'r. 'separately after all other killing is Thorp 1MI simply! |. rand, prlncpin ,slip ,
Stock Yards ;(la Be Opened. The reverse side shows an I know l that I I could l l not get j on\ one
.f In conjunctUon with this modern Ton of the things which have I j,clone for the day, so as to avoid their,I perched high a mountain Klor"j with the tp'iMlicil'I ,l. wliltli nt tilt I bottom I'or Ihel1''lIt son, 'l lee< jnu pant d"uo

food stood in the way of this heretofore |,coming in contact with carcasses unfolded.upon It Is. In tno pli-i, <>s, shaped I In nt Ihl'i mo, lmwo\ct. 1 m\Holf will bo tour
packing house and pure plant, a wings Growing from wnli-t and fitted liv, of rlhhons
have been distance from th IIICIIIIH fair '. Hut I cannot' oT|
which the
liigr will ome
? be passed for food. ) rose
private stock: yard will be operated in the rocks is a sapling of mountain run through bending l ] ; at the belt It IH
markets and unfavorable freight facilities "Animals which have this I t vine for I lioloni, to ono of the I roses
principally for the accommodation of passed pine, symbolic of America. made. with ribbon or lure at raps' over You !
Butt sit bcrolipnpipr you want
Those have I
+ live stock bought by end for Armourand I of kept many an ante-mortem examination are inspected the shoulder nr wit II n xhiippil 1 neck.A to, red 1 I will come nod talk, to you."
aipbitious citizen out the industry. immediately after KEEPING YOUNG.It .
y 5' Company. killing, lovely uUI'Igown pattern for The .prlnepHi win happy then for
Arrangements will be made, however I "All this, is now overcome, with a ,when the hides are removed and the flouncing shows (the embroidered! edge she had nil she wNhed. Forever after

I market at our very do rs. We shall leads partly severed so that the vetjrinaries toward the neck and with an inset
" that with
+ for handling live stock that maybe is the ambition of all women nowadays Ihcjlttte fairy to guide her
soon have an establishment capableof make close examination strip of tbe flouncing back and front along the path of life the
may ,
t shipped direct to Armour and to keep young. Yet they dofeat princes
4 taking the entire of the to form a shallow yoke above the high
production ;; of small in Uved hanull.v.
glands the head and
via rail boat I their ends by .
Company,. Jacksonville, own worrying over the waist line.. _
state and shipping the finished product leek. It is in'these various 'glands ,, .,, .. '; '. . \ "" '. ..;', .
or drive-Ins. . I matter. Nothing ages like worry. No
? 'WaR'Ons A' system of accounts similar to ; to outside markets, alter taking mat symptoms of- tuberculosis, cholera amount of beauty culture, facial massage ,,' :. JJ ;0, ,,,' "_...uJ.r"'''''''"'''''". ._....... .-.__ .Fwseleumn! ;; ".....",. '

care of the local requirements but etc. . .. . ,
first ,
that In at other stockyardsof appear, ,.or hair drill will stay tho ravages H ,' : " '. '\
vogue ''': \
leaving in the state of Florida the 'If evidence of disease ; '',,l: >' ., .' "' \.;
introduced any \q'-I\'c' .. : :
the country will be. appearsat of timcjf the! woman if ,the woman ", ,' ... ..
purchace, price of their I Ifve stock; theloSor 1
: this
'1 making it unnecessary for, the shipper point, .the carcass it tagged who adopts those methods is fretting ,

; to accompany his live stock un- of preparing it for market, and and sent to the retaining room for a at the flight of yout'.i.: If instead of
ti t? the fertilizer residue which be further
may inspection of
less he chooses to do so. glands throughout. clinging frantically to the fringe of
returned to the soil. Such
Will Benefit Whole Section. i parts as are diseased are ;fleeting youth's garments: women

Stock will be received at all hours Meat Eaters Also Benefit. condemned are tagged and stamped 'would expend their energioo in grow-

1 '1Of the day and night. It will be watt I "To the consuming public of Flor- 'condemned' and must be delivered I ing old gracefully they. would ba: far

l I ered, cared for and weighed under ida the advantages of an up-to-date immediately to the inedible renderingtank. happier.
local packing house will be particu- Call 'Phone
'the.same rules and regulations as apply It is a great mistake for women no
if larly gratifying and advantageous. "U.
Inspected" Stamp a Guaranty. in their first
to the handling of live stock in longer youth to dress
l 1 d'' Northern stock yards. It will bet "Tounstf: from the North who con- : "The intestines, heart, liver, lungs, like girls of eighteen and to behave
tinuously to and fro through this : etc.
pass are removed intact and
t priced on the market and account- as such-they merely appear ridicu-
'gateway to the South' will be along! to other veterinaries
1' Bales duly forwarded as soon as postoffice partic-I who give I lous. Let the same woman dress suit
r ularly gratified to Icarn them a aeperate, minute inspection in
address of the shipper is (lS- ably for her age-not dowdily-<-and
whole line of fresh meat products are the same manner that
as given the
certained.It keep her heart young; no ono will
being produced right here daily under carcasses.
is anticipated that this feature then noUco her age or think of her as
the best sanitary and refrigerator "In addition
' n ." of the investment will be very much to the above inspec- elderly. There women of'seventy
regulations and served in their ho- tion
'> appreciated by nearly all stock raise on carcasses and parts at tho whose hearts are still young, although -
tels as soon after production as if time of
slaughter all
products suchas
'ers and rovers. then hair is silvery. Such
"It goes without saying," said Mr. they were in New York. hams, bacon, fresh meats, etc., are women have not worried at the corn-
Sausage on the Market One Day Old. :
az'c, Winium, "that the value to the corny "Fresh inspected from time to timo duringthe in gof old 'age and consequently prac-

munity of this investment can st"arceI I sausage mnnufactured one process of curing and smoking, tically have none. Be always cheerful '

:' tf e ly be measured In words. It will be day will be delivered the next day also at the time of shipment, to de- and busy and avoid worry and cx-
the hands of dealers.
t l'l'l1ard etrmine whether they are cured
for the average citizen of the prop- cessec of any kind whatsoever.
1 S "The casual reader little realizes erly.* -
slate of Florida to foresee the effect -- .
i the of the trade which already .
r immensity "If
that the establishment of even a any products fire found to be DeVault Bros. are rapidly developing -

mall Armour packing establishment exists here for sweetbreads, in a condition not satisfactory to the their 800 acre stock ranch in Lake ,

r is going to have on the business and livers, brains, tongues, calf heads, inspectors, they will not permit the county and will soon commence the

w a farming prosperity of this section ducts.kidneys' tripe and other 'meat pro- 'U. S. Inspected and Passed' stamp raising of blooded cattle. "So the People May Know"The

generally. s .
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1 "The Southern business on these -- ---
,. -ill '":"Armour and Company are, of perishable delicacies will be immediately .3.

. course, 'pioneering to a certain extent stimulated and Valley Gaiette's desire I I. to
greatly enlarged. : print all the news all the time but
in ,
, locating a packing plant hers.But .
Instead of being ohipped in at unless
$3.00JACKSONVILLE Items, are sent in by phone,
I J they are depending upon th eciticens !intervals from some point of production card or letter, we cannot hope to Jet

r of the state to 'pioneer' with a thousand miles away, as here- It alL If you know of any Item of

t them. tofore, they will be produced each news The Valley Gazette will be very
glad to
r' By reason of their vast resource day right in Jacksonville, refrigerated print it. -

and their experience in developing! the packed in wooden packages or tin Club, Society Lodge, Church or

latent possibilities' of other sections, pails and distributed the morning af School notes; people going away orcoming

Armour &: Company have unbounded 'ter.. AND RETURN back; marriages, death or
births Item
k faith In the ability of this section of concerning visitors! ,
U. S. Government building
Inspection. operations, real estate deal, n
4 "i. the South to develop a thriv'ng live "It may be interesting to some to JUNE 21st neighbor moving in or going out, and
took Industry. in fact anything that will make The
know that
} only about 60 per cent of; -<'.
Valley Gazette
"The Florida country is able to the entire treat supply of this coun- reader. more Interesting to it* ......

r .tN"man'' live stock, and a better try is guaranteed by the United
..n tjrade of live stock. It is able to raiseznorethan "' States government to be free from From The Valley Gazette's motto I I.: "So
the "
People May Know and to that ?
Ita own meat supply and
1 contamination and fit for
disease,'lr end we ask your co-operation.
ti export: enough materially to affect the hnmavlfod. .Think what this means ,

yaaeral prosperity of ih* section." to the.Jujfh ekes retail batcher who r
Stock RaUers Oportenity.w lenl" moat as well as to his custo- Atlantic Coast Line "HolpusbobSfKissimm oo"M

Armour and Company believe that Hererwho serve It upon their table

r Immediately it become an ietabllahed'Iaetthat"tb.y"fors P a-al matter of fact the packer i -, Standard Railroad_of the South '.-', ',
going ahead with !wod .
.establishments are regularly
$ ,ifU. Inreetment", the cattle growers of Insjpectedjoee:On. per cent,* and some 'Ticket Sold June 21 ft; limited to leave Jacksonvilleon t

.' f their-anaibmtl tIn! fcore, of, tbt&I toJaU'Jive ,stock ,. J or before midnight, Jane 24th. '5 ,

.' coon I buy. These animaUtwhieb are w.. d fcitBarr,,. r. A \n\ JL KOHOAND.. D. f. A.
bpaflf&mediaUIy: to raise live ned by' the United State rs-' .
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HER SUFFERING IS i ", AbvERTiED 'LETTERS. 'rating 'inwtR. w\t1t; :orCfu ei 7an':art;' ''1, 71i.cltScens oSt.. FiiersWrsThivepeUU6ned T'Mei: TotCif25,000acre :. i.rt" "dtopied'e i ': i:"

''''----" deavor ;for the Efficiency campaign PLANS BEING ,MADE the school board of''''that cattl*"v raneh' to"Manntett

I : lay'29, me, work city to call an 'election for.the Uiu- county, in addition to hr other largo oj .

BROUGHT TO :AN ENDMRS. I Advertised l.tter'.f 1' the two weeks .. 'TO TRAIN TEACHERSCOURSE anco" of, .|126.KMh'school, bondsr;: to holding.;. Jion*.but PuN:t>re4 catty.
Central build a sew hlg-h',school/ will be raised tliore. A
ending June 12, 1916:' In Tamres, district, Tithing <
week ''' + ----.___, ______h, _- --- .
PEGG COULDNT: FIND OUT Aiken, Mrs. Pauline;, Brown, Miss was 'etfeetf.Iy''obsened. WILL BE ADDED TO OS. u == '
There was a fln"'sermon' by the pastor .
AU8E OF TERRIBLE HEAD. Rachael; Edmunds, Mrs.'Amelia; Fort, appropriate CEOLA HIGH SCHOOL IF TENOR Can
a good cod
topi prayer washyour
$ Gaulman, Dixie; Goldstein, H. meeting, and five new Tenth Le- ,you ,
'-LOCAL EVIDENCE; VALUABLE C.; Holmas, .Miss*Essie I ; Miller, Wm.: gioners won for the list that will ,' ttlEIR INTENTION OF TAKING L

P.; Miles F.. D.;"Ritchson, Mose; Rod](gladden the heart of tho State Tenth UP WORK- DURING COMING walls_ ? <:
"1' half dozen bottles of Tan- TERM.
want a *
: Legion Superintendent Miss Celia
ney F.j: Smith, T, M; Ward, ;N. L.; ,
lac for.I am going; t* toaliue it myself Young..George.,. Snook, of Daytona.. 'We hope she will .-' ,
and start the rest of lay family on B. B. ,SIMPSON. Postmaster"i' receive word of many more scattered! Plans are being made for''' the em- V < You have'often. Wished that you vl
it," 'was the'somewhat' .unusual state I.: ,. I all over'' Florida, ployment of a teacher of""Teacher- l ; \ 'could remove spots and stains from

ment of Mrs. Peter P. Pegg i3B.West. I II GRACE A. TOWNSEND Training: ClaSaes" in tho Oscoola 1 your wall paper. Pehapsthepaper'

24th streets wife of a Jacksonville ear High school, providing:: as many: as d ,M I 'was almost .new, tln that case the

pester who in "weiricnown among the-I! CHRISTIAN! ENDEAVOR I 04000404000000004 ten signify their intention of taking: bIl marks mu t remain an eyesore, or

builders this progressive city. the c6 rse. I' ;t +s '4J I you must go to the expense 'ofJ

"For five long years," continuedMrs. *"GOVERNNMENT MAKES : Tho last Florida Legislature paned J re-papering

Pegg, "'1 have suffered with theinost Will Klsslmmea be represented( at 0 PAPER, FROM :NEW. WOODS. 0 i a law authorizing Toaclior-Traln- i We can save you all such annoy

awful headaches any pool' mortal Atlanta? 0000000000000,0000 I Ing classes in the various Senior ances. We recommend that you use 4,
ever had and it seemed like nothing on' 1 High schools of the State, the SUte : +

Ja. earth in the way of modiclnos or treatment We have 11e enough about rates Wshington ...., That satisfactorywood to pay $500 of th-j! fl.Odo salary to

would give mo relief. I couldn't from our. State SecretaryMise.RuthCoffip pulp can be made from a number be paid to each teacher of a Teacher-

find out whit caused '("m. for one to feel that they are to be of heretofore little.known woods Training class, the' remaining $500to 4 ILd

would soy one thing' end .one would : reasonable for the going to that great is evidenced by a government publication be paid by the Boards of Public r + .

say another. A Joctor told me the' convention In Atlanta, July IS-1/1.< just issued which contains instruction cf the counties in which. 1
trouble was caused by my eyes, as I "Th ee, cents a mile round rates," is seventy samples of paper manufactured classes are crg nlzed. VELOUR
had to sew a good dial; but since I the this office. Closer different lied TeacherTraining ,
news reaching by processes, chiefly To in a 1
took Tanlac I have come to think dif particulars will come to us later"of from woods heretofore practically un- clam: High school one must I .. ". .'" ,., .. ........ in this' :" .. '
.. placeof
ferent. hotel, railroad to be'used, etc. :But used for this purpose.It be at least -sixteen years old, and !; 'f': s \: : I
*, 'ft' It is an oil paint that
"The hurting In head! would be .lt paper.
my now let and 'do best is out that the havo 'a
us hurry our for pointed spruce must satisfactorily completedthe "R r '
;: beautiful soft
; to a :
so bad that I have actually blistered the largest delegation that ever left forests of'the country are threatenedwith work of the eighth grade of the \'.' '''htt effect. If it becomes
my faco in the hope of offsetting the our State Union> for any convention exhaustion and that tho cost of Florida schools lor( equivalent workin wash with and

pain. I took all kinds of medicines, beyond its limits! spruce pulpwood has steadily In- somo other state), or must have can .it soap Florida"H

things like pills\ and headache cures creased. If the price of news print had at least six months' experienceas Besides being a thoroughly: sanitary finish for your

and the like, but never got any more A month-of-May letter from Miss paper is to' be kept at a reasonable a teacher. and ceilings, Devoe Velour 1 wish also offers artistic

than a little temporary relief. The Edith Robinson, secretary in Lady figure say the experts, more effic The teacher of such training class ties that cannot' be attained by -wall paper. Also, it \
headaches would come back and would ient'methods of Converting Into economical-lasts longer than wall
Lake ever since they organized said spruce must be a percon approved by the paper.
get so bed I thought they would drive pulp must be developed cheaper
that "Moon 'or State of Public Instruction
crazy.. they were planning for a Superintendent Devoe Velour Finish is not an experiment. We
me light Social," and would write us woods substituted for it. and appointed by the County
of Devoe sell. Our tell it
we us
can customers
"About three months ago I began to every :
The bulletin to thatthe {
about it. Surely they have a com- goes on say Board.
risfaction and that it !i.
them perfect to.
hear and read a lot about Tanlac and method of manufacturing ground- very easy
.fortnble sounding for the com- allowed
name No High cchool is to ve-
I made up my mind to try it, because 'I II've ing jfood time for these wood pulp has changed very little oeive pay from the State for a W. B. Makinson
been constipated deal and goodworkers-I
a good
in the Central district. since its introduction into this coun-
teacher unless
i Teacher-Training Jin
my stomach hadn't been in good order try in 1867. It was with the idea of Kissimmee. Florida St. Cloud, ,
I enrollment-of at least ten pupils] shall '
for a long time. After takingjust one developing methods and improving .
new .
Politics have never been of much be maintained in such clots. .
bottle I felt better than I'd felt in a the old that tests were under: ., ., .
in the home lifo of this I Ipl"t'8S
I consequence It is very much desired that a - 4y
and I didn't have headaches taken'at
more Service
year any j the Forest laboratories -
but she latily concluded i
such, secretary : Teacher-Training class shall be organized -
: than if I'd never heard of I at Wausau and Madison, Wisconsin. I 1
I i"I've they were in some places.: in the Osceola County High
u thing. j I When traveling down the East Coast :' As a result, Ute relation oftheJiferent 'School for the year 1916-1917, in order Eugene C. Bryan, Pre. A. ". Bryan, Vice Pro. J. t. Barber, Sec.1'; _. "
been sewing right along since there was a candidate on board, and i steps in the manufacturing ( -that this school may do its share
beginning on Tanlnc, but it don't seem |I process to each other has been.
the way he hustled:: to make friends, toward furthering the educational interests -
to have any bad effect. TIc medicine |I defiintely established and the merits I
with "the smile that won't
wear of Osceola county but such a
regulated my stomach and slopped the 011'1 of each treatment determined. The I
moved us to admiration, and the class cannot be organized unless
constipation> and the headaches left. paper made from new woods was given
ing for hundred such enthusiastic
a just there shall be at least ten persons
That's the reason I'm back here after a practical tryout by two large ,
look-out committee members in who will signify their desire to take /
more Tanlac. I need a little more with results.In .
C. E. societies of Florida. Why can'tfolks newspapers!
the year's work. If a good teacher t
to get me in the best shape and
put as much vim into religious is to be secured for this work the Bryan Realty Company
some of the others haven't been in the ..
things Kf those secular? Itwould. every home where there is a baby. Board must kdow in advance what
best of health and I want a little 'to surely "pay in the end." there should also be a bottle of Mc- i the prospects are for a sufficient en- Offices on Broadway, Kissimmee,
them."I '
use on
GEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It may be' rollment to Justify the employmentof Opposite Graystone Hotel
lhln1 Tanlac the :
is wonderful
(. wost -
... Miss Edyth Bainter, of Kingston, needed at any time' to correct sour such teacher. This being the case ,
medicine I ever used and I am
near Daytona, is an tart teacher, president stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or sum all persons interested in taking the
ready recommend it to any poor wo- of the Daytona Congl. societyand mer complaint: It is ,, a wholesome above mentioned workare earnestly

man that suffciG as I did, for it cer-" secretary for East Central dis remedy, contains no opium, morphineor requested to notify County Superin-

tainly will do what they say it will. trict. She happily puts her talent for injurious drug of any kind. Price tendent C. E. Yowell to that effect .
Genuine Tanlac: is sold in Kissimmee Orange Groves, Timber I and. We Pay Taxes for N.naICattle '
painting into the Master's service, 25c and 0c perbottle.. Sold by Osce not later than Monday, July 3, 1916.
Ranches and Menu end Act as Owner'sAgents
by J. Z. Roberson and in St. Cloud by Country
and is
now preparing by diagram a ola Pharmacy. Advrtisement-24-2t
the Seminole Pharmacy.-Adv. I city Property for Rental Pr.e rty..
large/ report map of Florida Endeavor -

for the taking to Atlanta by our e

a00004400000Q0000. going to-be big delegation. FOR SALE---CASH PREFERREDThree
4 0 There are for the first time in Lots located in residence portion of St. Cloud,
Avoid Crease. When Fitting Tubes* both for
years, grownupsand
00000440040000440The little folks in the Congregational Florida, north of railroad within easy distance of business May Lumber Co. !

Inimitable Mr. Dooley says that church of Key West, places for C. E: .
part or town. 75 foot front by 150 foot depth. Plenty of .
the thick eond of a base ball bat will location in,, Southeastern district Mr,

-'If'/' , man more quickly., than an y Harry;;'Luethl,I. secretary i and i Miss ioom'for.a; orne." 'I.''->:"<,,w' ,. x '" ,..!I, .', v." ..' .', Wholesale and Retail Dealers IB . ,
1"1 \ :. noea' 1,' "Y C. .:' 'r 't"s.; ..,, ".\..".. ':' J:" Helen Luethi;' president v Their Juniors . Apply VALLEY GAZETTE. < \

I must confess! however..says W. T. are in charge of a 'committee YELLOW PINE LUMBER

r .Maktnson, of the W. B. Makinson Co., chosen from the Senior society. Sure- .t .*
that in the present case at least, the ly we welcome them into our fellow- Shingles and Laths

Dooleyan method does not appeal to ship.

even as the pen is sometimes Did you know that Sanford Presbyterians .
mightier than the "sword, so the thing have about the highest I The Favorite Store of Kuaimmee I AD we ask islet us figure OB roar estimates.

itself is more convincing than a mere. "
1 Conrteoas AtteAtioa and Prompt Delivery.
description, and I believe I can persuade -

the motorist, by showing/ him a' Magnolia Balm Phone 21 Kissimmee Ha
badly creased tub: that it is impossible ' I ,
to lavish too much car and atten- U the Liquid Face Powder used by famous r
tion on his tires, and on the little da- bekutie have Sunburn.Tan or j s ?i

tails connected with'them.. Fr.ckl..lry MCagmJla' :IJ.It quickly I
.top* the ,bum and remove Tan and
Time and again I haVe insisted that QlemUIte Make your skin oft andsmooth. '
a tube must be placed evenly inside a Ey to UM and -

casing, and thot every crease must be aunt to pleaM.SAMPLE. -WE HAVE IT !
got rid of at all costs.I . neM...,
1VM.. 'R4 RR..l
have shown my customers that 'a Ideal Fertilizers
carelessly fitted tube will be subjected hi,.,D n.u.ydawitwdfJL.d.

to abnormal tension in several places;; FREE ..-

,I have warned them after partly inflating LYQ7I N Q" IB u.aediea.witII ow HarJwar KB. w* cany' costpUtoIBS
M&. Profits
the tube, before finally fitting, e11wa # .! f........ W. asks a salty ., ovtittiBC ...**, ... Increase Crop F

that it should be carefully placed in -----ass ...... nUabis .
the casing' without twisting, and care '- i

should be taken when mounting that LA I GRIPPE AND" FEVER CURED

>lM tube is not pinched between the "Your Qulclt'l Chill Tdhie cured Bed Room Furniture, Dining We believe in "Preparedness." We are '

edges of the bend?. between the \ my
'or and Fever tfterthe Room Suits Kitchen Outfits-Par-
husband of LaGrlppo
Beidi and the rim. I prepared to supply all the potash goods you

Remember that tubes' will last 1 doctor's medicine and other reins lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers stn
very ,lias failed." want, also a varied line of Ammonia-Phosphoric
much longer if they are properly fitted Drifton Fla.
and at the same time the motorist Sold by Osceola Pharmacy 25c. Couches, Etc. is Acid formulas at reasonable prices. We have ;
will be saved a good deal of trouble rt t

The Michelin tube is the easiest to everything in the fertilizer line.

fit, Mr. Makinson states, for the rea- This its,. It BtakiBC a record for itself IB the MatUr ..
son that it is formed on a circular kelpiaf peepl. to outfit home CO..d.... Oar prices arorifkt. We also have a complete stock of the best

'mandrel: to the exact shape of the Inside UARBSRlore Pumps and Insecticides to be
of the casing', and is not simply Spray .

a straight piece of tubing forced into [doWI should sod bank be win pro- found on the. market... .Write for catalogues q
circular form and cemented. Michelin t rt.d with good wire -

,.. tubes, being shaped to fit the casing as guards. W.make TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS: : They. give description and prices, also receipes 3It
them for .,
stated, are not easily pinched when every pur-

j I I mounting, as they are longer on the pole Including cafes.. No saattar what Idea of aa.EafisM 701 )kaTO-Gas, St.... for sprays.

outside circumference than inside next fItr..ImI..I:: ,!> Rauroa w Statioaarv EB *BO.-wo kayo exactly tkf Took. you ?
the rim and for that reason do not .......
a.r vlth >ly. worit Wroackos Haausors OOori olc. i
form into folds when mounting. Writ !.> pw.a. seed IB yow ororyday ,
Vulcan Works aid worioMuuklp. and at plea that w2JarpriM fertilizer :d '
Straight tubes on the other hand, do Ire afl of Ao boot sjwafiry Wilson &.Toomer Company
- .flu- .
of kaadCaf
This... bas tits reputation
form into folds next the rim when: sitting ,..., esuyhardware
tat Is of ality aad will sake SM ... ti
avperior yes
.... so extra care must be used when MANUFACTURERS or
.,.,,' fitting ordinary tubea to prevent the RUBMYTISMwm take IB eoaslaf ... MOW and iaspoctiaf OBT Ug stock.Osceola '
folds pinching between the beads Y
themselves between the beads and ;. I eta r+ '
cart your! BheninatisimNeoralfla. Dealers in fertaUer.Maftariah.. Serial y ,
the rim. 'Headaches, Cramps ... ....rI1cWw. Ms

.The Plant City Canning Company I Colic, Sprains Braises, Cuts and I Hardware,, Company Florida' : ?

. iwlll: start operations this week To- Bunt.Old Sores,Sting of Insects, ) ".-.. --iw -s > '" Jacksonville- ., .
'Antiseptic Anodyne used InternaUy .. .
inatoand beans win keep file plant Etc. / *

l" :bueyfor 4 alq.w.;:the .next.::..n month-.e.-r a ., dad 5ter allrflrtca.: ... 25* . .-ow J" -.... .... ,.-:..,, _. ...,.....;;........* _- .. .rasa -.T "aj
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I ,. ..., THE, '>< I$1MMLE'' v'AlLI'" ,cfAzITrl . FRIDAY, JUNE L 'I'I t
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disability as the president ,Therefore legislation that Is to protect or fail to Sumter 4; Suwanirt, 4t: Taylor 4,* .'
f the secretary of state Mr, Lansing protect, physical welfare. PROHIBITION PARTY 7i; Wakulla., 3; Walton, 7;
Natal Grass For Southern Hay I :, ,will be president. of the United Just aa In the,years that.hare'past. Washington, 4. ,,
held at the
States for the 24 hour*'and some mint ed the choice of men for public place TO HOLD CONVENTIONBy The convention will be
East '
., uteselapsins between noon on Sunday depends In Urge measure upon- the P. O. S. ,of A. hall, 138

Washington, D. C.-NaUl grass, in A 'ton of seed per acre, it is said, March 4th, and the time that the personal friendship -with6ut regard for .1 Street, Jacksonville, .Fla, '

the opinion of specialist of the U, S. can'be gathered if the crop is allowed new president takes the ,oath of office fitness for the dutfea that the office involvea. the power vested in me by ''the "I" JOHN P. COFFIN, '

Department' Agriculture, is the to go uncut through the whole sum on the following! : day. Personal popularity haa been Stale Central Committee of the Pro- State Chairman. ;

mer. Under existing conditions there This brief term of office ia not a a strong plank in the platform, ere hjbition partof Florida I hereby Johnstown, Fla.

most valuable hay grass for the sandy should be a fair profit in the production mero formality. It Is an actual occupation though it be an .Unwritten platform call a convention of the Prohibitionists -

soils of Florida that has yet been -of the seed in addition to''the of the power of president" ,. Tha statute books of Florida ....-*.!n of the State of Florida, to meet A conference of the omen cf the,

i, found. It should also prove success value of the grass' for hay. tires, Mr Lansing:'-President Lan- a considerable ..number of laws designed at Jacksonville, Fla., Tuesday June stat3 will be held In connection with p '

v ful along the Gulf coast to, southern To,insure the greatest quantity and with nil his, authority 'and preroga- to conserve public health In the 20, 1916, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the the Prohibition convention under the :- '_

Texas, and further tests of the plantIn the highest-quality of hay throughoutthe sing for the day-will be empowered state, but they have been ,practically purpose of nominating' candidates for auspices of the Women's Prohibition ,

Arizona and California would be year, Natal grass should be mow- Ito occupy the white house, to Issue dead letters because the officials chosen State and National offices and for the adoration. Full information will be !lye,

desirable. The hay from this grass ed as soon as a considerable part of ,pardons, .to attend to all the other to enforce laws impartially han election of delegates and alternatesto sent upon application to. }f

U of excellent quality for feeding the seed begins to ripen. The last'business of which, the',chief executive failed utterly and ignominously ot the Prohibition National convention i MRS. JOHN P. COFFIN, .,.j

purposes, somewhat richer in protein cutting, however, may be delayed un- 'has control and to ride to the capital, these duties in respect to these particr to be held at St. Paul, } Inn<', State Secretary. ;t

than timothy, attractive in appearance til a few days before frost Is expected. should he desire, as 'the outgoing ular enactments. Experts in sanita July 18-23 1916. Johnstown.Fla. ".'

and very palatable In' those This should leave a good eupply president inauguration ..
on New
day tlon and health delegates
matters) know that; a Each\ county is entitled to two ---
markets in which it is known it now of seed on the ground ready for germination York Tribune. strict enforcement of these same'law and an additional delegate for STEWING BEST METHOD., r---

e Tarings as much as, and sometimes the following spring.In '
would materially benefit public health each 25 votes or fraction thereof, cast '
v even more, than timothy. As it is still favorable weather it is ,best to 00004000000400000 and lessen the aggregate of sicknessSome for Eugene W. Chafin in the electionof 1 Stewing has been described as the'Jt' i

unfamiliar in most sections of the mow in the morning and ,to windrowthe '0 0 of these negligent official are 1912. most cconor.iicul method of cooking

I country, however, the demand for it and pile it. in haycocks inj '
grass hoat is
+ THE ELECTIONS. I candidates for re-election. What are It is desire lo receive from every ever invented. No great; required -
can be extended only'by offering hay. the nftcrnobn. Under very favorable;* my attention Is
to .
you going do about itt advance and practically no
of bright color and' well cured. weather conditions it be safe to 10 1 Prohibitionist of the state
may By Dr. J. Y., Porter0 Only two members of a certain recent suggestions needed and by this process ore en-
to platform
as our ;
A and haul it to the barn after it has been
quick vigorous growth
0 State Health Officer. <> city council in Jacksonville ever also information as to who can at- abled to make use of, pipoos of meat
characteristics In the cocks for 36 to 48 but 'I
of hours
heavy yields are
00> H* ". visited the offices of the city board 01 tend the National convention. which, while very nutritious when
Natal gross. From two and a half to field curing often requires a longer + + + + > + 4. O + 00 _JM. + aaElection health during their term of office carefully: dressed, woqld otherwise be
; three tons Is the 'time It be considered completed The number of delegates to each
per acre may
tr average time has food.
come again. PolItics and those two went to demand "Jobs"for too tough for
production for the year, but double when the stems are so dry that county is apportioned as follows: is in the stewpan with .
and political chances will divide constituents. When'the -budg-s The meat put
these quantities are some times se they will break when a small wisp of Alachua, 5; Brevard, 3; Broward,
kM committee of that little cold water-not enough
same council
city a
+irt cured. On the other hand the grass hay is twisted slightly, when the hay public attention for the next five fixed the annual I appropriation 3; Calhound, 4; Citrus, 3;; Clay, 4; to very cover It-and then gradually heated. j
cannot be recommended for permanent does not feel cool when pressed to months or more, with the'Mexican situation Columbia, 4; Dade, 5; DeSoto, 6; Du- I boil. J JI
a I for the support of the health department Remember, stews must never .
pasture since it does not grow the cheek, and when stirring it and the war in Europe. val, 9; Escambia, 7; ; Franklin, 3; half vegetables
is done
it made a substantial cut in the When the meat d
'" well unless the land has been recently slightly produces a "dry" rustle. In Presidential candidates Gadsden, 3; Hamilton, 3; Hernando 4;
I are yet to amount which the previous year had may be put in.1M011DE'RFULp.
plowed. It. can be grown on many the barn the hay should remain in be named but aspirants for local hon- kept that department on the vrege of Hillsborough, 9; Holmes, 3; Jackson, I .

kinds of soil but reseods itself freely I the mow until it goes through a ors in Florida are before the dear peo- inefficiency because of a lack of 7; Jefferson, 3; Lafayette, 6; Lake,

k only on well-drained sandy type. sweat, which not only develops a I ple, with all their claims and promisesand and sufficient.funds.That proper 3; Lee, 4; Leon, 3; Manatee, 5; Marion U

Moreover, it require along, ahd warm ,sweeter aroma, but is a safeguard records. The choice 6; Monroe, 4; Nassau, 3; Oka-
; from these is not the kind of men who are 1'1J;r' "S10 MACH'troobie
season for it to grow, and severe win- against; heating and molding in the ,lists is to be made within the next few fitted for public service especially, and loosa-3; Orange 7; Osceola, 4; Palm

ters prevent natural re-seeding. On I I iule. In a humid section like J Florida weeks, and these choices im- Beach, 4; Pasco, 4; Pinellas, 5; Polk, NE DOSE WILL CONVINCE
are more least of all in matters relating to pub-
i this account it is not likely to be-I it is never safe to bale hay: directly portant to the individual voter, for lic health. 5; Putnam, 5; Santa Rosa, 6; Semi- Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the

come of much importance us a from the field or within a day or_ two when to nole 3; St. Johns 4; St. Lucie, 3;. Stomach and Intestines AutoIntoxication
you come really think it over, The time is now, before the ballotsare

l fv crop along the Gulf coast and perhaps after, cutting.;. as. is. sometimes.- done_. in who is his tax ussesor and sheriff, his cast to make sure of the attitudeof Whenever Yellow Jaundice Appendicitisand
You Need Oeoeral Theta
in Arizona and California although the dry climate of the wejt. inorough a
representative in the Legislature and candidates for county commissioners Take) Grove's other fatal ailments result from
jt is possible to it care in this respect as Well as in
grow as who the Stomach Trouble. Thousands of
are men that shall make and .sheriffs for state attorneys in matters The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless"
far north as Washington, D. C. field curing are important factors in enforce the municial and state law! I relating to health and sanitation. chilf Tonic is equally valuable as a Stomach Sufferers owe their complete -
In planting Natal it is best the production of high grade hay. General Tonic because it contains the
' f grass is more important than who is President Of course, their pre-election promises recovery to Mayr's Wonderful
to put the ground in the best possible As has been said Natal grass is well known tonic propertiesof QUININB
of the United States. will Remedy. Unlike other far Stom-
r The enactment favor your expressed views and i it and IRON. It action the Liver Drive any
condition: before sowing the seed. The not, suitable for permanent pasturesand and administration of local and is up'to you Mr, Voter, to judge of the out Malaria, Enriches the :Blood and I jach Ailment. For sale by J. Z. Rot

w surface should be made as fine melt is of only moderate value for tem- state laws are more personally connected value of those promises.It Builds up the W.>ole System. SO cents.CALOMEL I berson and druggists: everywhere.
t;, low and even as possible. If the soil porary pasture. Its chief value: is for with individual .
welfare. Fe l- was an emergency, an epidemic .
is heavy or clodded it should be har- hay While the grass is persistent, r'
eral government is more a matter of of yellow fever that took its toll of
; rowed thoroughly, and if the field has it never' becomes a troublesome weed. "
policies and less affected by the per- several hundreds of valuable lives!!, IS MERCURY IT SICKENS !
4 been used for crops grown i nrows it A single plowing followed by cultivation sonality of the administrators.And I which led to the organization of the
should be disked and harrowed until in other crops through the whole
" this is particularly true of the State Board of Health. But why wait i
Tio trace of these rows can be s of a season will eliminate it. i
en. laws that regulate sanitary and health for the emergency ? Why not be prepared ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE
A is
common practice to plow the -- matters for the individual and commu- I and forestall the emergency that
ground after the last cutting in the A bilious half-sick feeling ]loss of:
nity health is the biggest asset of the may be avoided by preparedness? ...
fall and to plant it to oats or some energy, and constipated bowels can be individual and community. Sickness I

winter truck crop. After the crop relieved with surprising promptness by stops the producing capacity of the I A regular morning operation cf the "Dodson's Hirer Tone" Starts Your Liver Here' my piftrnntoe has been removed in the spring, the using HERDING. The first dose store sad' pet n fiO rpnt ottli l of IXid-
bowels in fine for the
1 land individual makes him a charge upon puts you shape Better Than Calomel and Doesn't """'8 Liter lout*. 'IHkp H *|HMYnfiil i tonight ,- _
is given a shallow plowing brings improvement, a few doses .
or puts his reserve fund or his friends. Epi- day's work. If you miss it you feel uncomfortable and, I if it iloeHii ..Mrui'lilrii;| Lou
disking and is" harrowed until smooth. I the system in fine, vigorous condition. ,demic disrupts public business and and cannot put vim into Salivate or Make You Sick. right up end inal.e was f HIH|
With this plan no re-seeding is neces- Price 60c. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy \'ij1'lroIiM l by morning 1 wniilmi to ,
movements. For all uIMII <>
finances- bowellrrt'g.
I <_ __ _H ,- ._. .. your 1..._.', ._ Ie I _L-.. .u..'
/ eery w an old nviu of Natal grass, as 04044000040000- oC0 > Therefore, it is of prime importance ularities, HERBINE is the remedy. It Listen to me! Take TIO more sirk-; Ihxlxin'x.iv IIP Liner IM4II.null lone m gel d.trormg vnnr iiiiviii'y the

the fall plowing buries the scattered to every resident of Florida Whether purifies strengthens and regulates mini; salivating calomel when bilious; or 8,1|<* of cnloim'l 1"11"14(' it in MM) lirrtucvlicinc. .
seed in the ground. On fields treatedin - 00 constipated., Don't lose a day's work'! .
I'liliri'h i ,
10THIS IS A SURE TIP ON 0 he be property owner, tax payer or Price 50c. Sold by Osc-ola Pharmacy. C'uloniel '10:'ituliliM >nf 'j. it
this i the first in mercury or quicksilver nut Kiilualo
way cutting for hay can or make inn ink'
OUR NEXT PRESIDENT 0 voter who are the men that make the which,; Cannes necrosis of the bones. ; '
I ,
be In giiaruntiv one Hpuoiifnl of I 11.,1.!
can mt do about two months af- .
f) 0 laws to protect his health, and it is Final shipments of citrus fruit are (Calomel when, it conies Into contact "' >It'. Liver Tune Bill fintonr Hliir'isli
ter the spring disking, and later cuttings 0000004004000' d ? quite as important who are the offi- now bejng packed. The total ship. with BOUT bile crashes into U, breaking liter to work and Glenn lout Itmii-U, of '

,from six to eight weeks apart.If cials that enforce the laws Already mcnts from Lee county to date have it up. This is when you feel. tint awful tIt Hour' l I.i ijt) > mill nnnhl|'nliil "'0"1._ l..
The next of the United up-
.j the truck crop--melons! for exam- president been boxes. A is nausea and cramping. If you are slug- which >. ('lo'.'eIug'nor n\Htcm mil makington "
on the statute books. 503,372 largo crop ) "
Rich and "all knocked
States will be Robert Lansing, of New out; if jour Twl niiwraliln.; I guarantee I hilt '
ple-Is not until
planted early spring, Not everymal* who has paid his predicted for the coming season. liver i III torpid and bowels constipated' lathe of Diui-Miri'it Liver I ,
York, the present secretary of ,,state. a rlf>n<- vi9;:l
the grass will be later in maturing. poll tax is a qualified voter, at least I or you have headache, diEzineaa, coated keep jour entire" family f<-<.ling/.fine.'for ,
This is not in the nature of aiwld] .
In such cases a little care and culti-] morally. It is \ The Orlando Country.Club. has recently tongue: if breath is bad or stomach sour month live it to vnur\ chiUrrn. It isharutleaal ,,;, I' 1
Ovation will) leave the ground<<:\), suffix political: prediction, nor is. the inauguration impossible hat every purchased additional ,, acreage jURb take a spoonful l of harmless Dixlton' !- ) diM'nn't gripe| > and they like Its '',';r' '' '
of a boom for a Democratic"dark' voter should know intimately the per Liver Ton on my guarantee. t"te, r
ciently 'smooth for tho use of a'mowIng sonal and will increase the, golf course to ; :JiF; ;:
qualifications for office of,, all u
horse.; It is merely the statement ,
machine and the ,hay can lie cut 18 holes.; .. - -. ---- -- "AA",01 ,.
who seek election to national .
or stato -
of' factf which i barring the .
about two months after ,the j1ast cultivation v;\ at;
of the truck crop. death or resignation n of Secretary places.., but it is within his power to Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up SystemThe Y 4',

m.. It is desirable to plow the Natal Lansing, is as certain as anything; know the men who seek municipal or Old Standard genera trtnrtbeoln tonic
can be. county offices, and iapon these dependsin GROVE'S TASTELESS chili TONIC drives out The
grass fields every two years. If the "aladaearlcb..alhe blood.'Dd bo"lda up the' 'eo the worldare
largest measure the character of
Mr. Lansing's of
term office does eyes
ground is not plowed in the fall ear- tem. A true tonic. For aUults sad ckildren. We

: lier cuttings can be made in the not depend upon the action of any po-

t' spring, but after the second or third litical convention; it is likewise irrespective V16f .... ..... ... ...
> V-
: of any primary or direct the who
;year other grasses and weeds will on man
election. In of fact it
| point dates
come and the quality of the hay I
will back' to 188!, when congress passedan
detreiornte. Without fall plow-
ing the growth of the plants in the I act providing that in the event of .H W.L.-Douglas

t spring is also uneven at the tints of the death removal resignation or inability -
t I of both the president and the
the first cutting and some of the I
t stems will be old and dry and others vice-president of the United States SAVES"DAUSE

only.partly grown. I' the Secretary of State shall act as $3.00, 3.50, $4.00, $4.50

Natal grass seed is always sown ,president.
: broadcast, as the seeds are apt to March 4, 1917, will fall upon a Sun- and $5.00 Shoes for Men

day, and it is contrary to all. precedent -

evenly I ; although not in oppocition to You can save money by wearing. L. ,

Jthe seeds are dampened and mixed any law, to hold an inauguration on
Shoes -Value for
Douglas Guaranteed
-- moment
with wood ashes before sowing. Sunday. Therefore the incoming a young man

' Many: planters think it better to leave chief executive will take the oath of For 33 years W. L. Douglas" name has stood for shoes of give a thought to self. The

"Jthe rains to cover the seed but others office and commence his term shortly the highest standard of quality for the price. His name and

i-oll the field after noon on March 5th. PresidentWilson's the retail price bottom and problems that confront
or drag it with a plank.At stamped on the guarantees full value you now or -
the present time imported seed term commenced at noon oa protects the wearer against high prices for inferior shoos. 1

!usually costs about a dollar a pound March 4th, 1913; therefore, accordingto They are the best known shoes In the world. will a few years hence.
2 the Constitution, which defines the I
i while ordinary Florida grown aced. is W. L. Douglas shoes are made of the most carefully selected ..
term of "four I
sold for from 25 to 50 cents a pound. a president as years leathers, after he latest models, in a well-equipped factory Look about
you-the men affairs
his tenure of office will be over at ID'COUtry, state, nation- Ii
As a matter of fact, Florida can produce at Brockton, Mass., under the direction,'.nd personal Inspection in the world yet,
the who
are started
noon March 4th and men to early in life.
( + on even if he is have
as good seed be obtained
as can of a most perfect organization and the highest paid .

anywhere else, end the existing preference elected to succeed! himself, he cannot skilled shoemakers; all working' with an"honest determinationto They Lave the respect and confidence of the .-[
take the oath of office until community.
noon on
for the imported
variety is make the best>> shoes in the world. .
largely due to carelessness in gather- the following day. Vice President Then look on the other tide-at the fellow who .
rpend all tk
ing and handling the domestic Marshall of course is under the same WE SELL THEM 7
)ti pro- make-they may hare a food time for a while, but what doc ti > ;\
duct. Good !
seed should show 80 to I personality reflect? '

,,90 per cent of germination, but as aj i) No. 666This -:- ra:.!

matter of fact, many samples show i A dollar or to deposited in this; bank will be &.

less than 10 per cent. Well-ripened ]I is a prescription prepared especially: H. C STANFORD COMPANY ancient of an honorable, independent ,
S for MALARIA or CHILLS career. ;
fresh seed, however which has been'] A. FEVER
Five or six doses will break any case: sod your beginning now-today. Your ::
p properly always germinates I If taken then.. a tonic the Fever will not bank book wilt, par* the way. H
well. JA safe rule in to gather'' 1
never return. It sets on the liver better thin
the seed until the ileep-cnin-.on color Ctlomel and does not gripe oj sicken 25r I I ft_ _t JL.J ...,Jfc -... '\n ...Vlyrt -

E'} of the immature heads [begins to fads I -
'" r: --
to a paler red and until their (do--/ -- . .- c : : _, ;-. _ '. -.:"__ _ ---: -:. H - -.. State
[appearance is dulled by the .premlnifr'' ankI

,hairs of the ripe h;ads. J If the fjrnsx WANTED! ,

'has, mad-s'ajgood growth, about 100 R. S. FLOYD {
The Standard Hide and Junk of KissimmeeCapital
h of seed be
,pounds "per acre may stripped .*",
from it with but little injury to Co., Orlando Fla., are paying the :
Dealer In
hig est calla prices for Hides, stock ______. .
ithe hay. ------------- _____'-____100000.00 ,
K' Skins, Tallow, Wax Old Rope, RMWCM .yer- '
The Strong Withstand -the Heat of Old .Rajt; Old'Metals, Old Rubber Groceries, Nay, Grain a.nd FeedCorneBroadway"i --------------------_-- 400,000.00

A, Summer Better Than the Weak ,Tires, etc.. ,Ship them your r Officers and Directors. J '

1 I-( Old people who are feeble,and youngerpsoplewhoareweakwtllbe.treagtherred 'return hide and The largest and let house prompt in nd D.kinA'Ye. C A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE. VICe EW. .

and enabled to |ro through th..,dewess-, Central Florida. Write: Wire or i M. KATZ 2ml Vic IW. ':'
1 *
1 (: t3rdoe.T.steleuChlllTo te.glrc r6eiIood.iaDd.Qallyd Telephone JVarehoiue No. 10, Try Us on Your' Next Order"For Feed ROMA THOMAS, Cashier '

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VOTES f OTICB TO CMBDITOHS.: trlct for two years next after the elseI .

IN CANADAr | READY FOR GARDEN PARTY JUST_NERVE. IN JUUUH.TIIK COI'HT STATE' Of TillS (COUNT district tlon ana school to flx tax th* on be tlll and mill col vf Select Howes ,:'(Mce Farms

or ri.OHIUA. lected
annually for the said two ,
r* r .:... yoars.
Don't L.t' Vitality Run You (uSCICOLA. (oJJKTV. ,.
The following er. appointed to.act '
la s-.< e..... .r Ulk>rleBe Llabr. at said t
I Down In the election YacatJsa: 44ffeageMRS.SUMMERS
In Spring. To all Creditors, l.
Gay Silks the Snaps of ecateea, Distribute Whlttler-Wallaoe Phillips. & II. Fertla ._
Three Provinces J Coats Garnish Whit Frocks. If you should go to the doctor and and mands all Persons, having Claims -or. De. I. B. Tumblin. inspectors. 'A. *0.
Rapidly Got airalntst: acid Relate: Bass, clerk ,
tell him that you are given to being You and each mf you are hereby no. White Leaf Bay-R. B Wlllla O. W

the Suffrage. I gloomy and- blue .at times; that you Ufled and demands and required to prcsonbany claims Fertlc:; R. U. Uuy. Inspectors; 1'.. M. 608 Pellf1eld.St.. S. 1<-...-.*
With wVhlch' you. or either of Kdrls. clerk.
. rogue for white ,!gowns have apprehensions of dreadful things; you.,may have uValnst the estate of ..ElbrldKe Don by order of the Board of I-ubllo

comes the contrast ofjaiy .- and parasols. County Florida to the understated Kxecutrlx : this th*! list day of May, A' D. 116. .
TEMPERANCE. picture shows a are" constituted, given to headaches I of said qstate. withIn: two :years W. C. TtA& Chairman.:
dashing garment of. miny colored! bro- auU vertigo W to other similar ailment from the date ereot. .. Attest: C K TOWKLU TnEFLORIDABALPROeUCISO
May (th, vA: D. 1016. U.U. Superlntondant
the doctor' would know that you were .. ETHKU PARR. a: MANUFACTURE'METAL: e

1910 Brings Buooen to Canadian Women suffering 'from 'a casa of "nerves" ,_ t Executrlrjz4oIlo PECIAt.. MA ,TKH'S SA Lillo'Und'.r ''

After V.. of Naturally when you realize! that these FOH PUBLICATION.DeaartaieBt s.-

Speaking,. In th* 'Street Allowed a symptoms are signposts to "nerves"you : e>f ihe ; '.rt... foreclosure and made by virtue by the of Hun.a decree Ja* W.of 4 CEILINGS
S. LaBd
U\\ Court'oiisciola
i Forum Ii Demanded. can appreciate how Impossible It OnTIre: at GCiaerna'iiie. Klarlda. Perkiuis Judge of the Circuit
( Florida In inChsncery
County a ease
In for a nerrou, woman to appear Mar CULVERTSSHINGLES'BUILDING:
Serial .I.ItlI'JHII.: wherein Laura H. O'Bryan I.
..Tbreo Canadian provinces nave tills charming and beautiful, If these facts complainant, and George R. Orren and 0

:year given complete provincial suffrage were Only tindeuitawi more universally' Owen Notice, of Is Ixikoiiei hereby Rlvon that John H. ndjudxlntr his wlfu l,.to. F.he-due(Oreen to complainant are defendants the

and eligibility\, women. "How by women they would! be ashamed' to August 10.. t U I. made Kloilda Hoinrnlead, who.lUntry art sun of $!&0t4 by thv-aald I defendant; '

admit they lund "n rvell"and they No. 09181.'tor BE"of SHS4 Hec. SS; lot J. I have taKen rhdrirr of. Ch'a: ox.pope >
did the women of Canada get the vote Section d.; sndNlt:\ of for sale In front Courtlouse
N1S14, Sectio
would do all they could to cure them. 56, Township $1 South, lt 14 dour In KIsslmnieKOscoola; ,
nK" ICed 1(1'
ao quickly U the question asked Miss County Florida during I the MATERIAL
No matter IIQ.W talented a TallahHBBu Meridian, has nlvd notice I ot !, ar"J. \ .
woman of mile AND
tr ,
Intention oil Monday the to
.Ine& of'Toronto. -make ::1xt
"Suffrage :
Perry : was I flve.year toaiuutlish 110. to the highest bidder for cash -
may be. bow clever, how well read or claim 'to the land af.f'd' I rpft QUOTATIONS/
aa dead as (lie much famed.doornail scribed, before Clerk the following described real ..tate. InOutcola JACKSONVILLE.. .. ,
how ItitereHtlnff; If she Is a nervous of Circuit Court county Florida, tojwrlt: U- ._ -FLA.Joe'E. .
oil over Canada" said Mlm 'Perry."Trying at Klsslmtnee, Florida, on tile *9tl> day ginning nt the northedst loteiiity.i'O
wreck silo will\ find that little by little of Julie 11/18. I. :;,rn3t ,
) of the Florida and
: to'arouse public opinion was tier friends will see less and less 'of Claimant names .. wltnesnos\ : Improvement Company' Addition to the
J. M. Plxon: of I/okoei-e, Florida, :
Just like beating one's bead against a her until bl time she will find It a rare konee, Florida.' City of Klaslmmee. and run south 4ffen
feet north 41
; west Uti ; feet and
stone wall. I mipiMHe )'ou don't know thing to harts. a caller. Not because C Ii H.U; Fertlc Pada-rtt, of, of Kpns bokuaee n..ll\p.Florida.Florida.. east 1IIt1 feet, to the. point of beginning. . Johnston

In the United States' about tbo J\ieer tho'friends mean to be unkind but because ItOUEUT W, IIAVIH, ,

discrimination we Canadians make human nature Is so constitutedthat II-fit 1tegt.teC.. Purchaser to pay for deed.Z.. .RAflS.Ftperlal .

against married women. Only widows It longs! happiness and warmth NOTICH TO CREDITORS. O'BRYAN" & PLK1M1KR.Master In Chancery.I4-6t CITY ENGINEER

and spinsters'' enjoy school suffrage in not for sorrow and gloom. $Solicitor for Complainant.
Quebec, and married women may not Tbe fundamental cause of nervousness STATE OK FI.OfllD,4. '

vote on tax questions In Ontario. In Is towered vitality, So the wise OMCK01.A COUNTV. fiOTICK TO CHBDITOHS.: and
la ro K..... *( Ma res ret B. X_..... Surveying
fact, tbo law rubs In Its lack of confl- woman will do everything! she can to ..1'..... IN COVET OK TIllS rOt'NTV JCDOK.

I keep her vitality\ up to Its highest To all Creditors I>R-atees. Distributees STATE OK KI.OiimA.
ItJ"1; and alt Persona havlna- Claims or OHCROL.A COUNTY.: Drafting \
mark. If she feels that her vitality Is Demands against said Estate: '. At,

I ..- __ ebbing a wa)'-abe will atop everything You and each of you, are hereby noti I. re> K.t..e af Balms Gr."." :
-5 t lied and required to present any claims To all Creditor. Legatees LilstrlbutvcH -
and concentrate on building up the and demands which you or either of and all I'erson havlne. Claim -

system the nerve force and supply. you .may have against the estate of or Demand attains said KstMe:
Idargeret K. Kochenderfer. deceased, You, and each of yOU are hereby no- !
l late of One-fold County Florida to the tlflcd and required to present any
underalfrned executor of said estate, claims and demands whIch you. or S. II. BULLOCK '.
within two from the either of have ssalnst the
Action has been atarted in a Ta. years date hereof. you. may
I Dated May '. A. n. 1918. estate of Oalma Graham. deceatd'l,
coma court against a man accused of i CLARA M. HUTSON l late of Osceola County Florida to the )
I WILLIAM M. HUT ON.E.eoulor.. I undersigned administratrix ofsaid ...-I I'| '
di' saying; George Washington was "a intr. within one year from the date REAL ESTATE

slave owner and an inveterate drink Crawford A Jnrrell. hereof .....%....-.....*.......
Attorneys for Kxecutors. 10-91 Dntrd May ZSnd, A. P. 1015. '
'f.-, er." If it were a Chicago court we JACK 110 ANN O HAH AM. INSURANCEExamination

might voTiri< oi' HKAI.KII iun o\ StIANl'JlAl.l' >- 23t Admlniatratrix.tO'I'II1 .
HIB BBOCADK, expect a decision that George
IIOAIIH.Notice .
was not even the Father, of His Coun. of Titles a
onde<< set off with ell
In I pockets and Is 1 I
< '.l that Knnloil !\ OK AI>MIXI: 'TII4TOItFor
I !belt of silk cord and tusxels.' Worn try.-Indianapolis Star. l lds will he ;. ; f.erllint .. Hoard of Sisal -
County Commissioners of Onccoln ('nuTty
)- -- '
with a white net skIrt IIncl l plrture, but. until IliA. m., June 1Z. A. 1) If116.! I. Court of ('oa.t,. ..u..... State uf Specialty.
I this Is the ultra omilt for outdoor fuuctlons. "l 1 feared very much for K. U. on 3KH, inllcB of road hhtI'r"I | | to n>rui'<> Florida, Osreula County.I .
said road .
feet wldo and Ifi feet wlch'! .
when I discovered that the glee club I'"/>r -lilcHtlfinit' I I H.... Court. KlHKlmmeo. "Florida. In heleby Klven to all ",h..11 .
was composed of thirteen writes K I.ICSI.KV( rhnlrman.I .
f It uinctne.rn.. ttint on the .zuth> dny
tc YOUR NEW BUNGALOW.Hints Charley Trapp, in the Topeka Pink All.-... : J. 1... OVICH8TRKI5T. of ()ctohr.' A. I). JII16, I shall apply
I 21-St CI, rk.J01.U. to tlie Honorable. M. Murphy. Judite l
Rag. "Until I found that one wore of anld ('uUrt. ns Judtro of i'rolate. for Robert Riedel Co. ,

MISS INKZ PKBUT. About Furnishing the Small his pants hiph-to show his white .... (ii" A"'II"I"'I'II'TOIe my final discharge na Administratorof .
sox. the entitle, of Khadrlrk M. Chandler.deceiuaed NOVELTY WORKS J;
Summer K()lt i-'IAi. UI"C'IIUlCa .
Cottage.There As thaf left twciv ; and that at the same tlm. I
only *
dence In married women In Ontario glee -- final House Bills a Specialty All literior Fliisl
are mnuy liouavs III excellent club! IV ('(Ii HT IIF Tiui--uI'NTY: Jl I IHiK. will l present t* said Court roy accounts
more than elsewhere for It l permit tbo taste and more or I less ,modern where was suvcd. -Kaunas City Star. STATK 411" "' ..o''u'. <>NCI<:
husband ot a woman who pays tuxes (tho latest' novelties In painted ware. I i I I I I !1.1 I I I I I I I " la re Kuliite at"'OIJ'l'Y.Iliutlrlla Pearson. Dated April IM. A. P. 1.16l and Door Screen \ I
and because of her Notice \ W. CIIANDTRT1.16Iamo6mo : 'Phon .! Shop 216j Residence 237 .
to vote In her place furniture and the like ntc dwldedly( out In hereby nlvcn. to nil whom Administrator. :
In 1014 Toronto bad I" i i It nifty coneeril that on the lOCh dny of Darlington Are. Near Freight Depot .
tax: qualification. of place but Just dear little September.( '
picture a LegalAdvertisements : A. t;) 191 6. I shall apply to
a referendum on the question! of the bungalow on squatty colonial linen I' the Honorable; ; ; T. M. Murphy. Juilxe of .. ,
i aid (Court
ns Judge of rrolinte. for
married voInen s right to ,vote wblcb a'bllllto be furnished with Just these Unal dlMchnrKe us Administrator of theentnte my

allowed two to one In favor ami. while,3Je odd llltlo pointed bits. of brightness.If . 'and that of Itonlolla J>P".OIl. dpreased: ALAN J. MacDONOUGH DR. J. A. TROVILLiON
at the lima I
same will
present -
,,- laws of Ontario are still stiffly opposed 'tlie ball seems a bit somber you 11 M III' . ii 0 1 I 1.111.11.i iNOTICH to said Court my final accounts Registered ArchitectAND Specialist in

to BiifTriiKC. the demand for It IB may set on tile table besides tbe white B ask* Administrator for their of said estate and CANCER GOITRE AND TUMOM

growing steadily. And the three pow candle base lamp painted with birds TO-CHKUITOHSI Dated March aproval.8th. A.: n 1514. ENGINEER Cure them without cutting

ers that ore Bliovlng suffrage' event find flowers and topped with a colored TIlE COl'MT OK THIS COUNTY H-oam6mo. A. E. DROUOHT. them out.
right along In Canada are temper .
shade, a white rack of tin for let COil NT', S-6mo -

nee cause, the war and the won< ters. At first you might think It ii. I. Circuit (..rt. Slate .. Klorliln.eveatb .
Mrs. I. Matter *f'Ih.Eat... .f llarrr Jaaldal Clrewlt.
of Nelly
Canada. .
ful woman lt'r'l toast rack. but you wouldn't want to W. Tbarama. D..c'.._ Clung." put toast .between flowers and birds To all Creditors. Legal.-.. Distribu IN CHANCKRf. C. F. THRASHER

Miss Perry Is a young. alert i In gaudy coloring. It's Just tbe receptacle claims ter*, and. or all demands other person against' having said I. M. L."... Caaiplalaaat- / SHEEl METAL WORKER.

full of lift and energy. She, like however for exciting things estAte of Harry W. Thurman, d.c.... va.Jaha When you buyBREAD_
other Ontario suffragists follow rd. late of Oaceola County, Florida, to Love. Urfeaaaait. Metal Roo/m fat .<. awaf
many like letter
tho underalorned Administrator of saideststf1 C..rwlet.H
ed Lady Eaton Into temperance! man Near a side door on a small table or within; two years from the date It appearingby affidavit appended ,,
ItMI t1onB. "Here also the war and hereof. to the bill filed In the abovestatedcaune 'PHONE 14..K KISSIMMCX. FLA.
from a hook on the wall place a bright You. and each of you are hereby that John Love, the defendant.
temperance work and "the suffragists green painted tin basket to bold the notified and required to present any therein named. I* a'nonresident of the
worked together" explained: \ Miss Perry claims or demands which' you, or State of Florida, and I I. a resident of -- -
gardening tools. A garden bat of cre either of you may bays against tho Jaaonvllla, State of Indiana. over the
"for the war has pushed prohlhl- tonne may bang from II. They will estate age of twenty-one. years: It Is there Ask for the BESTWe '
tion.on as fast a. It has pushed suf-- .bated May U. A. :IX 11111. fore ordered that said nonresident de. DR. W.'W. CARSoN "
help In tbe decorative scheme. : lt JOHN fendant. be and he I I. hereby required ra-W-1 I'
I 8. CADEL. .. v ( 1
u _,-fisge out Into the light of day In )hei In the sunniest window of the livingor '- -. to apoear to the bill of complaint pled make it. Every Grocer cell it "- DENTIST.Mj,!/"1.1.1'! J"'J' [ """' ,.
i In said cause on or before Monday,
h. British of North '
.i colonies merlca.1 dining room, you may have a white NOTICE Of ELECTION.In Srd day of JulyA.. I). 116. otherwise
'Vft when I aHkwl Lady I the Office over Pilley Buildlns
;; i'b allegation of .ald.btll will be ta
- wicker flower stand. It \la fitted with compliance Chapter 467R 0. K. BAKERYE.
; tern- a* confessed by said defendant. Office Hours: t-It. 1-I
she came to be so enthusiastic for Law. of l"'IOrldaIs'''. notIce 1* hereby ti
':- a tin trough which. lifts out for re riven that an election\ will b. held U la furth.r ordered that this order Offle 'Phone lii Rssid.nce 'Phone .3
peranre what do you think she told ftl11ngV1l14"rlng of the plants etc. An Hassena-rr. o.cola County. Florida.nt be published once a week' for four consecutive A. NIEMEYER Oa. Administered for Extraction of
weeks In the ,
Klsslmmee Val
me? Vast Billy\ Sunday: that's all. KpcclaJ Tax School District 'No. 4. on Tooth
arch of white wicker extends over thin I ley (Uaxetto a newspaper published In Mitchell ,
Thursday July Uh, A. D.
1816 for the
Your Sunday had preached his said and
Hilly state
box. and one can Just Imagine a small purpose of deterjnlnlnif who shall serve r ::'OUmt day of Mnv. 1916. ,
famous 'boote' and sbo had school
sermon aa trustee of said district for
climbing rose finding its way along this seat) J. I. OV. RRTnaET.;
heard It. Bbe was Immensely Impressed two years next t'i"ft I'.t'c:;: : Clerk Circuit Court.
trellis. A white bird cage Is suspendedIn to fix the number : mills of By JAMES M. GEO. F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW
with what ho said. It seemsas school tx to. .be li-vled and collected JOHNSTON ,
tbe mlddlo directly above tbe plant Clerk.
If the grouping of so many motives annually The followliifc for the said two )'ear.. KRinns STKBn e..+..... . ......*.......* .
box. where silver appointed
a throated canary are to act 23-4t
Into one and voicing, them through at said election: Complainant.
may trill bis loudest among tbe plants W.K. Underhill, U TILLER Collections and Conveyance ,
such a wonderful woman as Mrs. :Me- and flowers. Pearce: inspectors:A.W.: H.Thompson: Walker,,clerk.R.; U I. Circuit Court .. the $."...... "..dlcol.1 M. -
Is 'the vote to Done t'lrealt af tbe Stale of Flor Specialties 1.
Clung wfcnt rma brought by order of the Board of Public .
Right In the same living room or on ida la Bad far Oeerola c....,.
Instruction I Usceola
County, Florida
tbo western, Canadian provinces and IN CMANtVKHY.Graystaaa : Real Estate Agency. 111 1'S Broadway -
; ;
tile porch ouo may tuck Ibis mejidlng this the (1st day of May, A. D. 118.W. .
has given us new hope In Ontario.'" of C. HASH. ChaIrman..Atte.l . "..-.1 ...................-............... I
basket without fear Its jarringon Caatpaar a Florida
any : C. E. YOWELL. .
Mlsa Perry explained how she be- (.r......... .
tbe artistic and Is 24-61 Superintendent..MOTICK and toU.
sister and I critical eye. It SUIT TO UUIBT TITLe Realty bought
eame a suffragist. "My .
nice market basket of stout Baath riarlala Hallraad c;._...,, et
a. plump
were Just taking a quiet stroll In London Ol'EI4XIrION. al.. "...........t.. Home rented, T. H. RIVERS. M. D.

when we saw a poor little handful wicker rather round as to shape. Two OHDIfiH OK PUBLICATIONTO Taxes paid and Title verified | ;
flaps of stiffened edged In compliance with Chapter 4(7S, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
cretonne are
of about fifty suffragists being ridden LAWS of Florida, ID**. notice Is hereby ALL WHOM IT MAT: CONCERN for non-reidenU. Office Osceola
down by more than a hundred police.It with a cotton braid add maybe lifted 1 !!"iv.n that an election will be held at It "appearingfrom the sworn Bill of over Pharmae/
up like the lids of a market basket. Center lark, Osceola FlorIda. Complaint J* led In this cause, and fire. Life and Accident In- I; ; ''Phone lIt..ld.ntl. (tOffloo :
Beamed so unfair to trample Women Count'k l o. C, on there are persons Interested in the 1.1.o. .
: .
down for what (they honestly believed This will be found a dustproof biding t'.oJ.i.aJu: 6th. .P.1.D. 111. for the Property Involved In this suit other aurance. ''

place for mending or light sewing when purpose of determining who shall serveas known Respondents, and that Indemnity Bond .
that It turned me Into a strong suffragist school trustees of said district tor the names of such person BO Interested I
that I back the outdoors beckons. two years next after the election ando unknown to the Complainant; .( w. KRIBBS W. j. smnaKRIBBS
very day,.and came t fix the number of mill. of district cIa that relief Is prayed In tho said ..... ....... . .. . . . .. f'J",
to Canada to 'do my bit.' One of the school tax to be levied and collected Bill of Complaint aaralnst th* said un-

things we are working for right now On BeIng Natural. annually for the said two years. knl wrB Respondents; ft STEED t
The following are appointed to act at THfeREFORE: ORDERED Thatall
In Toronto It a people' fornm. We The world' bas establlibed certain said election: parties claiming; Interests.lln and ..oo.oo..o . . .. .... .. ATTORNEYS AT LAW .
. cant speak In the streets there. One standards of etiquette for those who J. A. Darkl.,. David Bass. C. 8. Pas'- to the following described property
tin. Inspectors; jr. K. Sharp, clerk. situated In tho County of Osce. '
of our first speakers la to be Mr. Poul. would be recognized as well bred and IH>ne by order of the Board of Public ola and State of Florid., vis.: J Legal business of all kind P

teney Blgelow from your aide of the cultured. The earlier In Ute these Instruction. Osceola County Florida, That part of Block: Twentysixof C.W. prompt attention. 7
this list day of May A. I). I1I. the South Florida Railroad GRIFFIN
boundary. standards are adopted the better for W. C. BASS Chairman. Company's Surrey of the town of Of nee. 11 and II Slat Bank Bloc. -Ij i

the woman. Fortunate. Indeed .U abe Attest: C. B. TOWKUU Klaslrome City, described as fol Klsslmme, Florida.
14-St :
who bas cultivated early In life a soft Superintendent. Bounded the .
Northwest and
Fin on by
M.ney. Staple FancyGROCERIES ____________
: Broadway Northeast ______
voice poise. grace of carrl... and tbe"pretty" street on the
Look about In the to
shops now see '
ORDER OF PUBLICATION. by Dakin avenue, on the Southeast '
what new utensils you desire this way of doing things. She bv Tohopekallra Street on the 1 Pat Johnston O. P. Oarrta :1:;
need have no fear that In a moment of Southwest by Posaell avenue-be- :
spring. Bet aside whatever of lit the Circuit Court the
cam of Seventh Ing a tract of land Three Hundred. JOHNSTON ft: GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW
money you can spend, be It counted In excitement: she will forget herself and Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida Feet wide by Three Hundred and. Jl
one-half feet
dollars or cents, and with It buy some be guilty of a faux pas. In and for Osceola County in The said land deep.lying In Government .
housework easier. Absolutely destructive of naturalness Lot Four of Section Free Delivery to all Part I .
utensils to make Chancery. Twenty- Offle* 10. 11 and 12 Cltlxona ... :'.1
two 1 In
In manner Is self consciousness. This Township Twenty-five
Perhaps a huller\ will Building
strawberry come South. Ranc-e Twenty-nine East of of the City CKiuimm.e.

In for your choice with a plneaple eye affliction amounts ,at tlmei almost to '.!._. B. A.U_. Tallahassee Meridian. and being In Flaw
an obsession. It causes women to t'episI.aatvs. Osceola County Florida il
too. Perhaps what most
renorer -
you under Ueorare F. Ooode. deceased or
I I I . .
desire_ will be an awning for some glv- bout who wish to speak low; It leads Mary IS. Harrr K.Aabary Minnie V. Ooode; deceased; or otherwise ;

window that has heretofore often to an assumption of bravado. aaja1.7 a.rl.. W.Aabarr do appear "to. the Complainant'sBill :
en or porch Traete. .. lap Kmtate of Complaint ,herein filed on or before d I
always been too. sonny. Whatever It causing criticism that may be unjust. 1 .ff T. Hoary Aabarj., the Srd day of July A. D. U\6: J. W. THOMPSONFUNERAL I'.
else In due course of law the Bald Illll .
la Invited and unavoidable. .
Ureraaea Dcfeaaaata.HIT
', Is for it and It If '5 .
.,., shop wisely get you -' of Complaint will be taken a. confessed ,
** ''-caD afford It. It to .a gentle art the art of being I FOR SPECIFIC FKRirORMAKCB. by all such partlea. DIRECTOR -r
that Is And It la further Ordered that thisOrder FORmER .
. natural; one essential to every CURSOJI 41 '
ba published once a week -
It appearing by affidavit appended to
- Needlework Note woman who wishes to be regarded a. the Bflf filed In; the abovn-stated cause consecutive. week In the KIs- and

" Fascinating workbags. made of Austrian Interesting attractive and popular. No that Mary E. Aabury. Harry E. As bury elmmee Valley Qasette, : weekly LICENSED
and f general EMBALUEK
and Charles. W. Aabury. Trustees of the clreufatfon published
handkerchiefs such as tbe peasant woman wltb an ounce of brains will Kstate of T. Henry Asbury. deceased In the County of Osceola

'> wear -for headdresses, are being allow herself to become the victim of the defendants therein named ar. nonresidents and.WITNESS State of Florida.-THK HONORABLE Star and Chapel. Stewart AT. ,IXI. I'
of the State of Florida and
>" fthown. The handkerchief .la of a affectation if sue would get In* most are residents of the Stat. of, Pennsylvania JAMES W. PERKINS. Judge Of the .......... rlL
that .Is out of life. and that their office address Is said Court and my name aa Clerk
f- Urge. size In cream white and has a possible Ins that Insures
: I' .at the corner of SrI and Dauphin thereof and the seal of the said Circuit lran 8 ; .
6' border of parole plum. and green -- .streets. 1 In the city of Philadelphia, Court. on th. list day af March 'II

t.,, ... eaTeav The bags are half moon In'bape Rich Strswb.rry8h.rtoak... I State twenty-one of Pennsylvania It Is therefore over the aa-e ordered of t Ct. Ct. 'Seal l) J. I.. OVKRBTRERT. 1 W. ]I. Crawford Lee Jarn '
and ajxteen" Inches deep and Two capful of flour quarter of a that _lei nonresident defendants be A. Clerk of Said Court Protection that t ,Protect CRAWFORD ft JARJrnLAT1'ORNEY8AT.LAW' :

' ;are shirred on oblong wooden. frames, cupful of sugar, 'four teaspoonfubi of .and they are hereby required to appear By JAMES.. M.AS- JOHNSTON.Deputy Clerk.
to the Bill of Complaint Bled In said
- !
which form the ha l... baking powder half a teaspoonful of :cause on or before Monday the Ird day. Johnston *. Oarrett. l -IJt

., salt.ODe egg; a third of a cupful of of .- D. Itll. otherwise the alle- Aa Counsel for Complainant. Offices: 4, 5. 8, and 7 CitIzens ,
gallons of said Bill will be taken aa ,
... .J I ,,5 8iwoklng on Aprona. butter, on. tablespoonful lard and :confessed by said defendants.It rTICal' or &LlCerION. Bank BtdMiaa I' '

. \ Daintiness? Itself is an made of a third of a cupful of milk. Mir carefully la further ordered that this orderbe .
_ .I1 : apron '
I published one sv week for four consecutive Ta oooiDllane with Chapter 4,n. J Klaalm'm.. i.. Florldb
... ailk mt>slln, the. fullness of. which Is roll In two cakes and bah,10 weeka In the Klesltnmee Valley Law of florid& ll.. notice I* herebr DAKIN AVENUE.J .1'

confined by smocking Instead of gathers. two pie tins. 'When browned split and _tt.. si newspaper published) la sell I a-lvon that aa jeleotlon will ba held at "t
County and State. Whlttler and at the White '
c. 'Tbe smocking Is arranged In a". butter generously tin layer ,with TalsT llrd day of May A. D. IMC. 1 Leaf Bar school hova*. Oaeeola county KISSIMMEE FLORIDA, LEw'o'mAn' .:,.. ,

. slight touch of color can h batrawbema'QIbecI: In near, (eaA> .. ,I. L OYk1UTRET.Clerk Florida. In Special Tax School DistrictNo. a.'a' J .
of the Circuit Court. *. on ThursdaJuly Itb" A. D, U"
1 Introduced by taints faint shade af pile berries atop and,over. all F blue'or pink thread: toe the smocking. plat of sweet cream. Bolloltors for CompIalaMta., 'ft-41 line aa achool trust. ot 4l'-- EnlIdi* 1:.

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.", .to:..."..' ,00.3, o.1'." .,'j"-II' "" .,;;.,,....'....".'.. .... t. f;.' ",f }}o" -' .r- .,,, ,. '. ,' :-ei., '



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-- counties; by North Carolina, three. more cattle than all" 'other diseases WAS now engaged,in the work of' tick RETURNS :

_':i1; SECOND VOTES MAY- fourth* of which is Already tickfreeAnd which afflict them. eradication. [UNOFFICIAL ELECTiON h,

the other fourth engaged in A With these ,preliminary statement: Following Dr, Nighbert' talk And
& DECIDE RESULT campaign; South Carolina, Georgiaand he opened his address and then ben the showing of the motion pictures, ..J
.Alabama where the. work Is now tho resolution 1'S t t t I I 'j I 1 IPRECINTS. .
the of. charts referred to was passedby
use to show
..._..._..... I "
g : .
I' t' :.
One. t' I t
Continued from ) l In And where
&* ( Page .,progress Mississippi the effect of the tick upon cattle The Almost A unanimous! .vote. ,jII -t:: . I I'' J '
--,--- the farmers found It eo necessary .after I charts vividly illustrated the points t :! .: ". ,. I '!:!

.to or scattering returns in this race the ravages,ot.thTbolr;weevil upon I made by Dr. Nighbcrt, among ,which BLACK TONGUE DF DOGS 1:0: Icn .,, ''' 11I ct./J I. 1' :0'

throughout the state. their cotton crop that they have :,the following were the most important I J3 'ct ] a d t i : 'j
In, the race -Congress, Fourth set for themselves the task of making'the : *.* -' ,'. .13 6 :: .. "{

District Sears has ,a lead of 3,500 state tick freebythe,: end of the The rate from exposure Washington, D. C.-The diseasekllo"W !! J t ';.a z:; .0 J! :;l ,
death black tongue which is as ..
over Lake- for renominatlon. year 1917. AS apparently 1 j == M 0-1 .

1 W. V. Knotty who ia in Jacksonville, H* also referred to the further'fact I' cent which, is runs higher from in the three South to five than per InIthe'colder States peculiar to the Southern CANDIDATES' J. 1 .l. J ) J J .. 'o _
claimshe has received returns of first results in A heavy mortalityamong
v that thp United Slates: government <;I<(
; sections
s ,I of the country, dog. in that section. Many iU. s.- : ,
? Otoica votes for.Governor from l'
has found the movement 'so worthy of ,whero the cattle must be subjected valuable Elliott W. Major _____._____ b 3 6 6 1.._ 127 #
have been lost
'' hunting .63-----------4
0 every county, and these, returns show financing that the' appropriation has to severe weather conditions.. This is dogs Thomas R. Marshall __n_: -- 13 32 6' 31 11.: 21)1U.
the trace to be very close!, between increased from $80,000 in 1896 to from this cause. Recent reports' indicate S'SenatorNathan -
r due to the low vitality of the animals. :
Knott and Calls on first choice votes $850,000( at present, its occurrence in Alabama, Ar P. llryan''"..__..____ 143 11-__ 79 18 21C 71 4 _,_- ',297 I..
'I,brought about through the ravagesof kansas Florida Georgia Louisiana Albert W..Gilcbrist 46 61 1 3 3 --- Ill
, ,
The returns of second choice votes ------ 3.i
} In agricultural Mr. Suth- the tick. .. 2 32 16 HI 10 ___ 38G'Perry
endeavors Mississippi North Carolina Oklahoma Park Trammell _________- 220 o13I-- 79
i for Governor Are being sent in from erland stated that it was always necessary t'| The calf raised in ticl J ; G. Wall ____________ 101. __ 104 3 6 9 31 2.-_ 232, t
the various counties/ end show, 'according young a <- South Carolina, Tennessee, Itep. in Congress- I IJ. '
to the soil. So in this I
:?' to Mr. Krlott, that a large prepare 'infested country, suffers from the Texas, Virginia and the District of N. Fogarty ._uu______ 24 4.__ 12 0 f 2 21. 0.__ 4" .
't, majority of these second choice votes movement, he said, it is necessary to tick, but does not die. Tho effect of Columbia.As Forrest Lake n___________ 51./ __ 1 4 1 122/ __ 19r-'
create, through a campaign of cduca- 'his suffering Is made apparent In his. J. Sears u___________. -434 1125 23 69 38 10( 15.__ 770!
from persons voting first choice for tlon, a public sentiment in favor oft stunted growth. The calf raised In the name indicates, there is an Member NaCI Dem. COIJ\-! 18,1---, I I' .r
r Farris, Hudson and Wood, voted sue. adoption. This has been arranged a Inflamed and swollen condition of the J. T. G. Crawford ________. ')-'___,..-- 16 25 Itl 15 11 --_ j'j'W.
: end choice for Knott. So far as Mr. for by the committee which he rep- free territory and brought into a tick- tongue, which may assume a dark Cromwell. Gibbons ______.._ 91[___ J 55 5 16 5 C 'S --- X81
infested region dies when the tick
Knott could ti complete attacks .overnor- I
judge : re- colon
; r e Such Infiamation is not I
resents and the expense has been him.Pictures. con- Sidney IJ: Catts __n_______ -229 ..- 6 2 .,5 11 ___ 389
turns would show him elected Governor guaranteed by men who are leaders in fined to tho tongue, but may involvethe Ion L. Farris __--_.__.:____ 62 lnll1 3 5 1 4 1.__ 188
over Catts by over three thou all walks of life in Florida] ; I from lifo showed a three I membranes of tho mouth generally F. M. iludson---- 97 101___ 21 4 4 0 5 3.._ .144 .e I

sand.Congressman. i. 'and a half year old animal, which and extend to tho throat, causing W. V. Knott __' un________ 95 u_ 22 11 41 11 6 1 ___ 196F.
S. M. Spnrkman hasty l He urged that even j Jt for sake "t'j weighed but 485 ,pounds, while one great 'difficulty in' swallowing In A. Wood _____----_---.- 19 ___ .33 l' 0 33 '3l 3 --- 96
I re-election in the district argument it is admitted that'the I)raised free from tick and two Secretary of StateH. Cli l 'I.
First by only fact, \usually the .first system observed '' :
ickradicntion plan does not Clay Crawford __un__ 368' _._ 231 18 42 20 ___ 1:22:
Y perhaps 2,000 votes, to H. J. Drnne, accomplish I years: old tipped the scales at 1140. by owners of afflicted dogs are the Adrian P. .Jordan ___ 60; 4 8 8 161 5 -,- ISO .
I? of Lakeland. Mr. Sparkman has what it is claimed to accomplish! Another picture showed a work animal profuse flow of saliva from the mouth, ComptrollerErneet. 31 '.
} served In Congress continuously' for still the mere raising of the quarantine 'I weighing 735 pounds, whose disinclination to masticate food and Amos ____ _00 76; 51 32 25 101 12 ___ S(7'
l is worth $3 per head on all the A. J. Angle ______.: 4.._ 99 5 6 0 2 ___ 22\1\ '
., 22. years. attic now in the state.: j weight in a second photograph had difficulty in swallowing. The breath C. B. Gwynn __--- __ 56 1 8 1 1.__ 183
Figures tabulated from reports now i been increased to 1030 after he had becomes offensive, the animal i Is E. P. Thagard --_ 4I. __ 19 8 .6 3 7J ___ 13'(
1 1 In show tho following totals i itbe: He stated that no definite plan of : been, free of tick for two months. I more or less feverish, and as the disease State 'freasurerJ. ;
state races: financing the campaign had been ap- I S. Griner __n_ '__- ___ 17 3 17 9 9. 241J.
p Catts ______ _______________ 18,828 proved by him, but that four plans. Although the cattle business in prostrated progresses, this, he condition becomes of greatly weak! C. Luning __-- ___''_._1139 15 31 12 121 7.._ S30
Florida is some four hundred Public
Supt. ,
Farris ____00 ____-_ _______- 7,355 had been advanced from which the |'(old, Dr. Nighbcrt declared that; years little ability of too dog to take nourish J. L. Kelley ______ -I___I u_-I 117 9 23 13 13110 1 ___ 418

Hudson -.?___ _nun 4,786 most suitable might be selected or I I'''development had been made. lie admitted ment. W N. Shoats _n_ '___--___ 12 28 12 ___ .38
Knott ____1_____ __________- 16,432 that a combination of two or more I' Justice Supreme. ----------7- I
: that a number of men had Various have I -
investigators I
Woods ____________-- ______ 4,967 might prove acceptable.. The plans i con- Group 2- I
grown wealthy from raising cattle, sidered the disease identical with the Jefferson! B. -___ ___ 1721 13 23 13 11 16.- G17
____ ____ ___ he out
pointed were
: :
Bryan 13,965
; n un but I that they had done under a handicap so-called typhus of dogs occurin Robert S. Cokrt1I: ___ _--i 9 13 5 7 1.__ 233
,! Gilchrist _n_________ ______ 6,092 First-:The whole campaign to be'' ,, which should be removed. He in as Railroad 1 I 77\\
1 Trammell _u___-. _____u__ 20,636 taken over by the state legislature, : Europe; others have attributed !it S. A., Bryan _--__. 1-- ---I 661 3 14 7 4I 1.__ 209
Wall __ ______________ ___ ,015 which appropriate for ] ]illustrated- the fact that !it took effort to the eating of putrid carcasses i in Royal C. Dunn __ ___,_. 531 61 37 10 6 14 ___ 301
n .might money (to get concerted: action with a story the field, believing that infection B. J Ford ___-___ '___ __- 921 211'' :I b I) 1 ___ 177A.
Kelley unu_ ___ __h___-. 13,245 the erection of dipping; vats, purchase ,about a row of clocks of the best takes place through wounds in the S.; Wells __ __ ___ -___I i8, 11/ 01 ::1 2 ___ 200 '
Sheats h______ n_ ________ "15,453 of chemicals and labor ''I State Attorney, 1 41 ..77th
necessary. ,make which would not, tick-lock inunison. I, mouth from eating bones with sharp Judicial (' I I I'I I I I I

Second-State to buildnt.s and points. As the germ 'of necroses has Joseph A. Jones I___ 145 I 16 ::10 27, 6 ___ 441 w
STOCK OWNERS county commissioners under present | Coming then to the life history of ; been found in the mouth in certainof A. D. Penney ___ _n____ ___ 234 ___ __' 155 71 34 7'' 101 11 u"" 469Siale "li

laws can pay for the labor and purchase ,, the!, tick, which was .shown in motion i these cases, it has been cssumsd by Senator, I I :1 119th I 77
Senatorial Disl.- 1.1 1
JOIN MOVEMENT : chemicals necessary: the work ; j jof pictures, he declared that there were I ,some that it may be a necrotic con G. W Crawford __...__ u_ 14 __ -110' 1\4:\ 12' 17 17 ___ 426
I dipping under this plan and the i several varieties of ticks, just 1'8 ,dition. At .least one investigator, y. Il oene 'an __ _:_ ___ 321138 182W: 1831 :301 9 1 --- 651 I
; (Continued from Page One.) first\ being done under the supervntion ] t there are many varieties of m"- who has studied the trouble, ill of the Counlr.Judgt'>- I ,' : I
J. W. _ ___ ___ 189 5 __ 170 I 7 531, ___
of the government experts who c rUitos| ; that as all inosquitos are nutbearers 'opinion that it be a result of Lilly nn 16 111 10 461
h "Co-operation in Tick Eradication." will be furnished free of charge. ;,1 I of malaria and yellow fever, / i infestation with may hookworms, and i is T. M. Murphy _n________ 3461 29.i180'I I' 171 I 181 I 281''' 121 8.__ 644 i

Dr. Blackman reviewed the enormous Third-Passage of law by state ,.30 all ticks are not bearers of Texas 1 reported to have been successful in L.Sherlfl'I I IIL__ 232 11 31) 24 101 6 __: 586 !.

losses sustained by the cattle making dipping mandatory and asss- fever. The pictures showed how these the treatment of black tongue by the Clay Johnson, Jr. n_------ I 6;:21 3'1' 27 0 0 71 0 :. -99 Wt

raisers of the state as the result of sing a tax at so much per /head forthe ticks because of the changes that I' administration of full doses of thymolI J. II. Smith _ ____n___ ___ 223 10 ___ 93 13 42'' 17 01 3 ___ 417
theravages of the tick and declared work. them the life time County Surn'yor- I I ; ;
come over during I followed by a purgative dose of epsom J. E. Johnston nn____ 400-___I___-1184 23 4,1 15/ 141 7 ___ 683.. ':;
that "what we wantis' not eradication Fourth-County to handle its own "at first confused the government experts salts. The true nature of black] A. J. J\lacUono gh n______ 123 __---___-'1601 1 01 16; 10,/ 11 11 ___ .III '
of the tick from any one farm, tick-eradication and arrange for payment who studied them. tongue, however, has never been de- Tax 'olll"Ctor- I I S
; any one township, or any one county, in a similar manner. I Only a" part of the development of 1 termined, and further research will c. L. Bandy n_________ ___ 398- 21 44 691 181 34 271 I 11 6 ___ 628' \ ;
U. H. Clark ______ ____ 144 103091 ,
91 40 15
23 13 572
com- in -- --
but what must have is the Mr. Sutherland ---
we closing quoted |the tick takes place on cattle. The be necessary to esetablish its cause. up..rviAor of Registration' 9j I I if I

plete eradication of the cattle tick from an article in the Literary Digest 1 remainder occurs in the pastures and I In a majority of cases the disease C. W. Griffin __un____ ___ 1 19, 21'1261'' 22/ 321 17 151 10 ___ 655 .... f.

from the whole of Florida. showing that the American Chamberof ranges. The female tick, which is tcrnjinatea in death, and treatment E. I). Katz __.___ _._nn_ 247- 11 32:202\: \ 31 371 20 101( 9 ___ 671. .,
To obtain this, Dr. Blackman argued Commerce made! up of the leadersof I attached {to the skin ' cattle, increases appears to be of little avail except Co. Commissioner, Uist. 1- I >
t there all the bodies Ernest Mach ------------- 289--------- --- --- .-- --- --- --- ___ 289
must be co-operation. He commercial of the t enormously in size as a result when applied in the very early 13. C Miller -_____________ 240---_ 00 ___ ___ ___ 240 t. '
referred to the women present and various cities of the country had goneon ''of drawing large quantities of blood, stages. Co Commissioner, Vist. 2- u u I '\.

stated that the greatest for record as citing the three greater and when fully filled drops to the B. G. Hancock '
power -
I --------- --- --- --- --- --- -- --- ---
Various methods treatment have .r:
any good movement was the cooperation -' pests to be combatted by man as the ground. She seeks a hiding place of E. L D OverstreetCo. : -- _u --'- -- _n u_ --. ---1--- --- '
been employed. According to : Commissioner I Dist-i: t'
specialists .
of the Woman's cattLe tick boll weevil and fever- ,
Clubs which he I' and then begins to lay eggs. The of the United States Department A. F. Bass _______________ .__ ___ .__ 264 __ ._ "
pledged would be back of the movement bearing mosquito, the'' eradication of egg-laying period continues from of Agriculture, it that W. P. Tison _.______:-_.___ _._ ___ ___ 101)1 -- ___ _
Jk> better Florida's cattle. He which were necessary for the genera four days in warm weather to a hundred appears Co Commissioner, D..t. 4- ;. ., .
urged that the'county commissioners, al! betterment of all economic condi- days' if the weather Is ,cool or the best results are obtained, by the O. R, B.';-' -.- .'-,- -".-I-18------8- '?10 .-- j" '

t the state legislature, the State Board tions within the borders of the United cold. During this period from several prompt use of disinfectants In the B. III Guy. ..._,.-..L.; ..., -:..;. -;;.. .;;.;.; .;.;.r.;; ; : 19 .-- 1
mouth of the affected Animal before Co Commissioner, Diet;:..5- iJtj II .1 U' I
of Health or a special Live Stock States.. ' : hundred to' five thousand eggs may be tHe disease has advanced to R. L. Pearce" ____________.. -_\__-___ ___ _._ _"__ )" "" t
Board work together with the individuals Dr E M. Nighbert was next introduced deposited. The, ''mother: tick gradually ; any appreciable W. fo'. Walker ______._.___ ___ _._ ___ ._.,.__ _._ 82Member _._ _.._ ___ ; ,
extent. For this
r and tho Federal government and discussed the cattle tick shrinks and dies when the eggs Are purposeone CGo Board Public -
ounce of "alkaline antiseptic, lnatructlon Viet. 2- I r
I in this campaign of tick eradication. question thoroughly from every viewpoint laid. In seven days these eggs begin which .listed in the National For- Walter Bronson _.________ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ __ rt
1: He made it clear that the United His address, while little more to hatch and from each one emerges mulary of the American Pharmaceutical W. R. Lanier _____________ __-_ ___ ___ J__ __. ___ ___ ___ ___ ___y ",
1 1 r., States government was not interfer- than an hour in length went closely a small six-legged seed tick. It Member Co. Bodra Public #
F Ting in this matter but that it stood into every phase And the latter part is active but does not travel Any Association, And can be procured Instruction Vist. 3- I I d'
very from A druggist, may be added to J. H. Baisdm:: ________n___ -___ n_ ___ 105 17 53 15 11 9..__ .
willing to help if the people want was illustrated with stereopticon slides distjn\ ,<:e. It climbs up the nearest two oun-ces of distilled water, the re- G. I. Barber ______________ ___ ___ ___- 911 7 8 11 6 ___ 'II
wt e be helped. Calling attention to the and a motion picture film showing the grass and waits for cattle. It must J. S. Stratton __nnu u_ ___ u_ 112/ 6 7 161 4 3 ___
into the
mixture be -
to' -
sprayed -
,1,1 fact that the government does call a life history of the tick." reach cattle or die of starvation. Thisis sulting County Committeeman.-

mouth with a small sringe. c. E. Carlson ______ __ __I.__ ___ ___1___ ___ ___ 4
halt at the state borders and has seta Showing that the question of meat the weak spot in the life history of ------ --- -
quarantine line beyond which cattle production was An important one to the tick and the one of which the Washing of the mouth with A solu- A. E. Drought ____________ ___-___-___- __--___--__-:.__-.__-___-

from tic -infested territory may the people of the United States he government experts have taken ad- tion of potassium permanganate, 3.

not be shipped except for immediate quoted figures showing that in eight I vantage in the eradication fight. An- part to 600 parts water, three times FOLLOW DIRECTIONS IN MAK- InC dipping Are issued by the State

ee slaughter, he cited the fact that cattle months there had been imported to other significant fact is that the poison i- daily may also prove beneficial.An ING OR USING CATTLE DIP Board of Health Animals should not

,r1 v } m of the same grade ,and weight from a this country from foreign countries which causes the Texas fever re- offensive diarrhea is frequently -- be dipped when they Are overheated.
One farmer lost three
M' tick-infested territory always brought 795.296 head of live cattle, hogs, mains in the tick through all these Associated with the disease, and to recently by arsenic cows He They should be watered before theyare
from $100 to $150, per car less than ,sheep and goats. He went further stages and when this discovery was relieve this condition it is advisableto dipped so that they will not drink:

=f "'t "the. rattle from a free territory.Mr. with the figures, and quoted official made helped the scientists to also Administer 5-grain doses of salol and was they attempting absorbed to the rid poison them of through ticks the dip. Animals should not be dip.

J Mr. Blackman told an 'amusing records showing that in sixteen solve the malaria and yellow fever 4 times daily, or kinc-sulphocarbo- their skins. Instead of the ped during A rain unless they can be

',FormerSecretary, months there had also been importedinto problem by a similar study of the late in doses of from 5 to 20 grains/ animals or spraying them dipping, as dlrec- housed immediately upon comine-

this country 189.120,350,000 mosquito. several times daily. from the vat. They should not be

$,', county a, number of years ago and wands[ of meat 'iUld"meat products.. When the tick reaches cattle, horses If the dog is unable to eat, A mix- :ions cloth.suggest, he applied the dip with turned on pasture until they have
< bow after he had been shown the From these fActs hat'brought forth or mules, it begins to suck blood And ture of egg and milk should be given Either the diluted dried or the dip may fall upon the v

j orange groves,,the grapefruit groves, tho Import.Bnt'tact. that it was incum- increase in size. In seven days it at least twice daily, by pouring it 'enough or it was dip rubbed was too not much Into grass and 'kill grazing animals. f

the pineapple beds, the vegetables bent upon the people of the United changes its color from-4jrown to white 'into the animal's mouth.In tho animals' skins. John M. Weak or pregnant animals should not

j ana,other growing things he remarked State to produce- more meat. He and has eight legs instead of six. It view of the possible infectious animal industrialist to the Scott, be dipped but should be sprayed or
: "Yes these are, all very fine, but cited the fctthat:there were no new is then known, as A Nymph. In Another ,nature of the disease prompt re- of Florida Experiment Station washed down instead.

where are your cows"? He told this territories to be opened And that In seven days the Nymph shedjs, I moval of an Affected dog from other says
r / story to UluStI ate the point, which order to produce the meat necessary Its skin And is sexually matured. The I canines And A careful And frequent that there is very little danger from Miss Pressley Smith, a prominent'' ;''

lie stressed, that there can be no permanent the; portions of the country wheN female is larger and displays great ,disinfection of the kennels is recom- arsenic poisoning when tho dip is suffrage leader of England, has been c
made and
applied to direc-
basis of agricultural pros- cattle and hogs are raised must de- activity in moving about. After mating I mended Methods of disinfection are according appointed assistant secretary of'the
perity "except the live stock basis. velop the industry. To do this in the with the male, she rapidly engorges ,described in Farmer's Bulletin 480, The following precautions concern- British. legation of Christina, Nor. t

;y t. In closing his address he congratulated South, he explained, the tick must be blood and in eighteen to twenty '"Practical Methods of Disinfecting way.UOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOtoo..t.

the people of Osceola county eradicated.He days drop} to the ground to repeat Stables." This bulletin can be obtained 4d

r'r upon' the fact that the movement for declared thatlt was a false theory the cycle of development.- free of charge by applying to T T" VTTQ fr'fr'frfr'fr frfr 0 0'frft fr frft OOO OOO .. ;

education Along the lines of tick eradication to say that such "new fangled" From this life history Dr. NIghbert the Editor and Chief, Division of Pub- .r,
r' had been given its start with Ideas were not necessary and that the brought out the point that if cattleare ications. United' States Departmentof P Advertisements; :I

i the meeting here And expressed the old days were good enough. He also dipped every fourteen days forA Agriculture.

;s hope that OsceolA county would be the declared that only the things difficultto period of from six weeks to four of A Florida veterinarian, experienced :t: I >/

r first to be freed of tick AS A result of' perform were worth while and that five months, as the climatic condition. in treating this disease, believes W-T-W-T-W w v V-V-VW VT W V W W WWV ... .:tlt.

tl the campaign. pests were placed on earth to 'make require, the ticks will be entirely that 10 drops of nitre-muriatic Acid STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE i t i FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse and "

"'-V't P. L. Sutherland was next introduced men study. Without some difficultiesto eradicated. He estimated that this Added to one-half pint of water, And Strong, intelligent, gentle, excellent wagon one 2. cy. Buick In rood "', Ii i

: -- r 1" And discussed the subject: overcome: ; Mr Nighbert declared, can be done at A cost of 75 cents per given AS the exclusive water drink of condition. Money refunded if no I condition, good tires; must sell or

f 'How to Finance Tick Eradication". man would find life too easy and would head. dogs, tends to prevent the Affection colt. '422 West Oak street. 6tf trade at ''once. A. M. Jones, P. O r:' ,-.

Mr. Sutherland also began his ad- not develop as he should develop. Dr. Nighbert then reviewed the advantages And Also has some value AS A curative Box 281. Klsslmmee._7U :<

f Tar'N4'IVitlta' happy reference to the The disease resulting from the cattle to Accrue from eradication agent As the acid has some disinfecting FOR SALE-Good light running top I ROOMS FOR RENT-Five room fur.. :

fACt thAt there were many women tick is not a new disease according In the increased weight And breeding properties, And Acts AS An Aid buggy, in good order. Will sell I nishod or unfurnished, cheap: if tat '

In attendance And mentioned the fact to Dr. Nighbert; and has existed of the cattle And the Advance in the to digestion: it is not improbable that cheap. For particulars, write or callt ken by the year. Mrs. F G. Thom.. ti

'Chat the'women 'AS'tho mothers of the in this country since before the Revolutionary -. price per pound for the cattle in the IU use AS suggested may be An ad > the Valley Gazette. ason, 8 Orlando av lOue. 251tpd i
,, R ''children' >should be interested in the ,war v although.the cause market. He said that if it cost $60- vantage dog kennels in areas where FOR RENT-Six room modern cottage -, \ "

tick ra
_ i m effect opoathe milk supply. when the tick was, discovered. The county every cent of it would be mAde Scrams, Including; diptherU Anti E. Wells, Real Estate and Incur.Anee. ranches on the market; yo'

?tic d .f.,1, first question .to be decided, ,discovery of the tick as the cauSe of back in increAsed weight And the toxin, hAve been Administered, In cases : 104 ,Possiel Ave: (The Inn). .' groves<< ; shrubbery; good roadi' Seed '1.i

f Mr.:; 'Snth rland.zwas;; "is the the disease was confirmed in 1893 and price brought. He called attentionto of this disease but without saUsfaeory FOR SALE-Ford rtadster or address C. E..Swope.. 28-6V ,.i :

'movement worth dnanch ia"""? later the, various states confirmed the the work in Dad. county, now tick results, And until some causa- Good $225. FOR SALE-Tent. ,
condition. Extra 14 by 24 with .Is-
saw, Be 'answered the.,question in, the finding of'i the .government, which free And how high :bred t cattle,were tin germ is: discovered or the true "M., P. O. box 123, E.lssimm224t truck body foot side '...D.jalmostfncwv.,. *W'

> affirmativeby--qootlnr-the-: : that are now all the. conn.rW being imported. He Also told, of the nature of the disease is understoodhere be old at -
a Ursrain. Address ,
H had b >,roT!n..jK ,kjrwVlrsrlnlA, of \the globe. <; -.;,"U ; ..* $ work in.Escambla'' .Bounty And in .CAD be _no reliance upon preventive FOR SALE--One good saddle hone Sealer. Klsslmmee. Fla. ,.: 24-4tpd TJI.f: j\ "

which' I 'aeeptnpUabad:tick eradicAtion The "Texas fever* cat.; Jeorglo-. He stated thAt every southern or curative agents of this ,and several fres} Jersey eowg. Set ? .,

:, three nnall t.J fe be utd nose. state. In the quArantined ;,, "with'iOw.aice/.tJon. a ... wa"ww4w! + ....e..w, deaf 1 *. ;_ -f" -- > ; W. Carson tf TUler. . ,..
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