Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 16, 1916
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00755
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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1 "YOUNG MAN ACCIDENTALLY SPECIAMbROAD ANDBRIDGE DIS-jI It MOST OF INSTRUCTORS SELECTED .- COMPANY FORMED TO BE Jl..

ELECTROCU'tm..BYTOUCHING J i TRICT MUST VOTE LARGER''jI. *BUT FEW VACANCIES WILL KNOWN AS KISSIMMEE OIL

CITY ELECTRIC WIRE BLOWN ,,". BOND ISSUE OR BUILD A BE .FILLED AFTER RESULT, OF COMPANY AND EQUIPMENT t t

i DOWN IN STORM WHICH CHEAPER KIND OF ROAD TO I EXAMINATIONS HELD DURING PURCHASED TO DRILL. TO A i.

Ef SWEPT OVER THE CITY LAST KEEP WITHIN .PRESENT $150- ; PAST WEEK ARE DEFINITELY DEPTH OF FROM '3000 TO .3500
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vh,; DEATH INSTANTANEOUS BIDSARERETURNED' FAVOR CANNING CLUB INDICATIONS. GOOD

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CQRONER'S JURY INVESTIGATES REPRESENTATIVES OF ROAD MEMBERS OF BODY DECIDE TO GEORGE E. SOUTH AUDI: OF LAKE

t' : CASE AND FINDS VERDICT OFt CONSTRUCTION FIRMS ASK ; CONTINUE WORK FOR ANOTHER LAND. MAN OF LIFE-LONG EXPERIENCE -

t, ) 'ACcIDENTAL DEATH FROM SUCH ACTION UNLESS COMMISSIONERS t ) YEAR AND APPROPRIATE IN OIL DRILLING

WALKING INTO rIVE: WIRE, WOULD GIVE : $500.00 TO PAY SALARY OF WILL.HAVE CHARGE OF WORK
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TilE PROPERTY OF TilE CITY LOWEST BIDDER TENTATIVE AGENT-PROF. R. M. EVANS AND A NIGHT AND DAY FORCE

OFKISSIMMEF.FUNERALSERVICES CONTRACT TO BE APPROVEDBY REMAINS AT HEAD OF CITY WILL BE EMPLOYED UNTIL .

. WERE HELD SUNDAY VOTING OF NEW BOND Id- SCHOOLS BUT FEW CHANGES WORK IS COMPLETED' .OR OIL

'IAFTERNOON.. SUE BY PEOPLE"OF DISTRICT. ARE' MADE IN TEACHERS. FOUND. 1

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Horace Johns, 21 years old, was instantly - Before the St. Cloud-Melbourne - Teachers for the schools of Osceola Work will be resumed within the

_. killed shortly after ten highway through the eastern portionof county duiing the coming school term next few days at the oil well locatedat

;. o'clock lait Saturday night when he Osceola rtfuuty is built. Special ware named at the meeting of the Kissimmee Park: on the east

accidentally walked into a "live wire" Road and Bridge District county board of public instructionheld shore of Lake Tohopekaliga and seven

near the home of S. H. Bullock onClyde No.1 must either vow a on Monday. They are as follows miles southeast of Kissimmee. .

, avenue larger bond ISEU') or decide : A new company, known as the Kis

The young,\. man, who was a son of upon a cheaper kind of road construc Schoo! No. 1, Kisaimmee. simmee Oil Company has been formed

/ l Mr, and 'Mrs.\ J. Johns, was en route ,tion. Either procedure will necessitate --S sr R. M. Evans, Principal. and an application for a charteris ',

to his! home from the store where he I thc holding of another .electionin .Miss Leitner,,, English'\ and- Algebra now being advert sed. The new

: wa employed on Mahettetr'rL II1 the opinion of thos. familiar with Miss Le better, History: Rfd Algebra company is incorporated for $12,000and

q left the store lout l ten o'clock .and [ the spec'ml road district law ,L.1I I' the incorporators are: C. W.

ten minuets ISfr! he. was found ly I Bids! for the ;sand'sphalt load I Miss Clark, Latin arid French Ward, 'a local capitalist; C, A. Car

pus-"rslij l lying on the sidewalk with ,I23u i I which was specified in toe original Miss Langston, Rth grade!' AMiss son, president of the State Bank of

: ) volts, of electricity 'pafling'! 'i cull for the election at which the district -I I Crawford, 8th grnde-B. Kissimmee; Arthur E. Denegan, president -

thu>ugh his body I|I was created anti at ,\\hich the (CONGRESSMAN, W. J. SEARS. Miss Lola! Lawler, 7th, grade-A. of the Citizen' Bank. of Kis-

A severe storm passed over the''bonds in thQ sum of $150,000 weic I --- I Edward Newton, 7th gradeB.Mrs. Himmee; E. L.-: Lesley, chairman .of

city during,\ the late aft&rnoon and voted, wcra: received by the county W Considerinthe' F. C. Bryan, 6th grade-B. the Board of County Commissioners
I Congressman J Sears; known ponent nature oftthi
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U is. thought that this wire had become I commisGioners at their meeting held I I Miss Woolndge, 6th grado--A and a prominent cattle owner; John
here "Joe" SeaYs, has been
as rerioin ; fight made on me and the fad
loosened, "and had dropped near |Jon Monday of this week lids W"I'3 J; mated HH thlenix'm'atic] candidatefor that I spent less than ,a month in t the: I !Mrs F. C. Edwards, 5th grade-B. M. Leg. one of the oldest resident! oft
onojigh to the ground'to' touch the received from the Continent, :! Public Miss Wilcox, 6th grade-AMiss I the county and a prominent capitalist
Congress from the Fourth District -.distl' ct during thfc haying -
campaign
young nun as he passed along, and Works Company, of New YOlk; the. Nomination, as is _>neralylihown remained in Washington'\ until I Thomason, 4th grade-A. and farmer, and G. F. Kribba, iw

'P' he fell forward his body carried McDonald) Construction Company, of I Miss Ovcrstroct) 4th grpcle B. prominent attorney and formerly Interested
n equal to electioi' in .Flo.ffla ."- mij tiers df vital interest to my district t; -
the wire under him. ..The remains New York, IIn(' th" Malloy ('onstruc .I Miss M. C.' 3rd A. the oil fieMs of
; His majority, uccordi. ; to figures had been: disposed of, I am more than Bryan, grade- in Pensyl-
wee laid to rest Sunday afternoon, tion Company, of \Vilke! :,. the services being conducted by R'!vChishohn None of the' bids :.y' I
were opened!
Miss Clark 2nd of Beaver Falls
Pa. retired
grade-A.
the district, will l he l>ett.">en ;HOOO( and "I 1 had !; capital
*j The sympathy of the 'entire the commissioners. They were .'- I 4000. i i no campaign manager: or Miss Russell, 2nd grade B. ist and winter visitor hero, will bea
community goes out to the par- turned to the makers upo:> the .statement { campaign headquart3rs and made 'he-
1 1 Miss Dale, 1st grade-A. member of the Board of Director.
ents. of representatives of the com- |I He carried nine counties of the di.strwrt race solely on my merits!' and not oncedid
j I ii, Miss Lucy Witherspoon assistant; The new company has bought the'
| lost one county by 78 votes and I attack the record of
-I,, Acoroner's jury was ir.ipanol d ,by panics that their bijs langed from I 1st grade-B. outfit, well and other property heretofore

S. H: IJullock, justice of. the peace, $75,000 to' $100,000) ) ,note thinhe )'I another by only five votes. Kissim- I my opponents. In my eithe'ioI i Miss Yowell, 1st grade- -.B. owned by the Pennsylvania Oil .

composed ()t. the following men: J... bon i issue of $150,000 It was the interpretation I'mes and Osceola county, as usual I phasized the fact that the Miss Beals, music. Company, and will prosecute the

E. Lupfer, L. R. Farmer, II. M. of the rttoi'neys of the I I gave him a big majority and placedthe should vote for the man
Miss Aultman ression. work to
; ex completion. The original -
Pfann, Fred Gilbert, A. W. Winn and paving companies and of Attorney stamp of approval upon the record fied regardless of residence, personal Teachers for the other schools
company went defunct some time
J. .J. 'Griffin. The jury viewed the S. Cndel of the board that the J'j of "their" congressman. obligations the' precedent of givinga the county follow: ( and the equipment was aold'at.bel'ago- _
body and. Mon. Congressman Sears leaves tonightfor Clongres'sman.a second term. 'I
on Sunday met again ial' road district law provided ap ,
Campbell school 4 Mrs. Lottie liPs sale
to the : I
Osceola Hardware Co '
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day morning to inveotigate too case. the roads 8pecifted in the cl' tio.i-call Washington to resume his duties predate' sincerely! and decply the loyalty Huff. lr,\
local
a 'n'l"4111.! from which It -
After Interviewingseveral must be built there after spending little less than a of my friends !l lithe fight just was
persons for the sum voted in
I' Center Park school 7 Miss Lillian purchased by the .
new corporation,
'tne' J.ry rendered verdict. that he bonds nnd that no additional Is.aucould' month in his _campaign which was made, 'The h.ndlcapj.wal] great,"but
Prentis (subject to examination). The well is now 1667: feet'deep andit
in
met his death I conducted his characteristic- not enough to dampen their
accidentally by.walk- 1 be voted for the enthusiasm '
; purpose. : Pig1'" Horn, school-, 8-Mijjs! Lottie is proposed to go to .a depth of "
nei,
ing into a "live wire," the property; When the commissioners took without a campaign manager and or overcome their fidelity to I .
up DoolitUe.! '.
from
3000 to 8500 feet
and to that It
of the city of Kissimmoe. It is understood -' the matter George L.. Watson, without campaign headquarters. Jle me. I am also not unmindful or i
pcpresentmg I I Finey Point, school 9-Mist Edna end a drilling cable 3500 feet ii
made I Inl'
that relatives of young the Continental Public :Works j a clean fight and won much to unappreciative of the fairmindidness

: \ Johns threatened suit against the city ( Company; William P. McDonald the satisfaction of his hundreds of I[displayed by hundreds of good "''emo-I Schweikart. has been purchased together with'the -
rep- friends in Kissimmee and Bassville, school 10-Miss' Emma ne//rfs ary casing to continue the work ,4 i
Osceola j with >
and that a compromise was effected resenting the: McDonald Construction i crats whom I do not( d ,

by which the ctiy pays the family Company, and C. O. Byrd, Representing county. I pleasure of personal acquaintance, Tyson. -" "I to that depth. This equipment is -f

$600 damages and defrays the funeral -, the Malloy Const)'uction Company -j How Kissimmee and Osceola coun 'but who stood so loyally by me in the I Narcoossee, school 12-Mian Katherine -I I now on the way and work will startas
ty feel about his re-election Shndoan.I l soon as it arrives. The work"will $ Mt..
expenses.COUNTY each addressed the board aid is reflected fight I sincerely trust that my j '
: '' in the editorial columns of this I Mulberry Springs, school 21-Mis. be in charge of George E. Southard,
asked, unless it would award a ten- course in the future as in the post
: issue. will J. H." Steffee. of Lakeland, a man of life-long experience ;,
tative contract to the lowest bidd.'rto merit their confidence: and approval .
BOARD WILL | Wolf Creek, school 22-Mis, Ola in this work.
Before leavinfor.,\ Washmgtn well A night and
be ratified by another bond election as as justify their con- J
in the district calling for Congressman Sears issued the following tinued friendship. I Catnpbell. day force will be employed until the ,
BUY ROAD an amountof statement Meridia, school 26W. S. Johnson depth indicated has been reached '4' ''
MACHINE ; "To or
F binds large enough to pay the cost; the good people of my home !
I Hancock, school 27-Miss Hazel until oil is struck. o'
of constructing the roads that the "Eliminating the home (counties of county and city, who know me best, I Norton. I ;

bids be returned unopened. They ('x- my opponent, I lost only three 'counties can not put in words soy adequate exi i! The work so far has shown encouraging ,.
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Bids will be received at the Raulerson school
nevt plained this request by the urgumert in the district and one of these pression of the debt of gratitude I 41-Miss Betty indications anc| the men Interested ;.or,

meeting of the Hoard of County Commissioners that under the .!aw the contract could ,I by a very small mat-gin. I have been ow 3 for their kindly interest in mycampaign Pherigo. I have great faith in the ultimate ,i< \

;; for road i renonnnati'd as the candidat for St. Cloud School. success of the undertaking > .'
a new grader, not be let for a sum in excels of the '\ and the handsome majority -
member of; house of representatives given Principal, It. M. I>orbey. I The drilling has Hhown that Flor- ' At the meeting held Monday the bonds already voted und that to open me. To them I want always .
board was nluoh illter'sted.in. the j thbids would only serve to give from the Fourth )Distiict, by a lead to be Joe Sears, their friend, Lee Assistant' Principal, Mrs Laura ida is not a new geological formation \. :;
of more thun :.tOOO I their I hut that apparenrty"" the hardest rockin \
c showing of a miniature "Road Ky\'l their competitors information v:hichth over my closestp- neighbor and their servant '
Grader shown ,' did not I ------------------ .------- -- High' S'hool-Paul Nprtlirup the world underline the sandy pen- .
them bv J, C. Hei.-. y wont them to ha\e I .
7th and Rth grades-Mrs, ]Dorsey'Sth insuhi once thought. to have been
jamin, of .Jllek.oll\'lll., representing Between fifteen and twenty reproit'll i SOUTH FLORIDA ; acoial j
& RAILROn ginde-to be
the J, I D A,l.im.s" Company, of I Indianapolis Lnti-e4 of ,MIIIOUS PU\\ |i,1', .' and matil GULF K/'ud.-to be supplil..L.HJJ supplied I. : formation thrown up out of theFreight .,

winch mnnufutures ml companies wore at tliemelting
present
company :lid, guile :Miss; I ilinn IdeJnd -
(Ihe- niiihini- 1"m"lfhp.\ ma-; iUHI t the couit ,loom w 1m u i TO OPEN WITH A\ BIG FREE BARBECUEwhere : guideMiss I L-da I Ixliltle. IFREIGHT .

chine is so mutt t that ita, !h e (j|j- I the ('onimis"loncis met, ic',.emliled) a. I lit grade :Miss t ; I Ins (Hiv"r. I ITI1 RATES -ON

erated either wtih a team of e-iirht J pu\intr[ l11'n'8 convention hall. ,
"on. ,. ,
<' Ixiiid d"<'idi-d to wa.it unliLaf-I
:v; ,horses tractor Aftei"i- son i'onsideiatliin i i of the I
or by It I e t '
power -
t oily ( ise,7 l.i rail ter e-xuinrnatfnnK to BRICK MAY BE CUT
loiintv new 1'0l1d, the m'>'us throughout I'londri, H" a barbo supply the other
,( also be c>perutc; > l fin lillY'ICra( I''ictuin South I- lorn; !h i & Gulf; will I pin oplatfon vile t'x tie ii. 1 He will I I bat llc-d( by a vacancies in the lounty
the
i wheels being so adjusted us to equa'ize lids unopened us "lequestod I
of James awardc',1
Jackson
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tw.'nty-thl'ce miles of m its 'ps of able assistants and the was contract "
the weight the axle's. and to Rive the peopl of the crowd charges on paving brick
k- ) on ? Sprinl -
\ ; trackage :Monday, June Jdlh! fromFTcnansvillc wen for building flue in the .
I on : will l be fed school have been the .
Koud big bugaboo. In Florida
--- and <
'I Bridge Ditrict No 1, -
\ : ; :! "o I'ir.ine I RidgeCelc: -1 at Mulberry Springs -
in The officers of tho railroad |I good roads circles for
thirty days which to decide w'mt I ] new many
: i brating the opening of thy road to Robert Donegan having resigned "
ST. CLOUDPREPARING /
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:; action 16" take I I company, of whom will be p'n' moons. .
public tiaffic, a big barbecue and his position as of School .
/ supervisor
L I D Frost, Sam Brammcr and opning i !"nt. are; I' Just now it appears that that good
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: I c-lebration will he held!' ot the No 31, A R. Hemingway was
!: ; FOR BIG 4TH OF JULYPreparations W Hill, representing the dutrlct, demonstration farm of the Southern''''I i Maxwell A Kilvert, president. supervisor in his pi.,ceTh appointed roads movement insofar as brick is _

were present and when asked as, r 10 Colonisation i I Fred ji Lynch, ef St Paul and hoard concerned will soon have cause for i
decided
Company at Pi.lt' Island ::! to continue the
v..' arlei'R';; made at StL' '; what procedure they would adopt on Thursday, June :!'/lh. i New York, famous in the ranks of Canning Club work during the ensuing elation T. JJ. Gillespie, vice president i-, .
Cloud stated that they were uiuleci'led a.id I Democratic leaders, vice president. 'I of the Alabama Paving Coin- f
: for
1' a big Fourth of July cele- and
year un of fiOO
appropriation $
This luiI'outl! l
"- ,.:..tloh. It has been the practice for j that a meeting of the people of the its new < which bears ts :, Charles .U. Armstrong, general,\ was made to pay salary of the agent pany, which recently completed pav- j }

r* ssimmee and St. Cloud to alternate I district would lie held at an early slogan, "'Through the Heart of manag-r. who was rlko the man inactive --- ing work for both the county and city, ..,\

f' 'in holding Fourth of July celebtn- 'date to consider the matter i the Prairie, will open up the great I charge of the construction of BETHEL BAPTIST MISSION' was a vi tqrinought Kissimmee this week I; "
[ t __ __ prairie section of Osceola I
county, I and he theo, d that I
{ -- --- the road \ news :
; ,tions and since T<:jssimmpe held a.b'g I I -
I th' Southern Colonization : J. :M. Hanscll lower rates on brick arc in sight.
/ formerly of Klssim-
barbecue ye'r
last is '
; it likely that MOONLIGHT EXCURSION ; Sunday, June 18th-Bible ichool
(*' Company has large tracts of land. J It I nice, superintendent at The Florida East Coast railroad has _ _
\ ,Kissimmee people ,will join this year (is rumoroi that theopening of therailmoad I 10(I:00) ) a, m,; clfssdi<< for all Prpacli .
I I). R ilpatriek also of already lowered tho rate on brick between
Osceola ,
r.in making! the St. Cloud! event a success. log tit 7.30; ,
m. by
will bring about number I p pastor. Subject
I TO BE HELD TONIGHT a 35 and 40 cent. Negoti-
county, supervisor per
k',! of, development t "The Scourging of Jesus by Pilate." '
:;l 1" : W.. Porter I propositions in this I As is indicated in the list of officials I' ations are now on with the Atlantic
:i., representing the com- "Th Lord hath done
section and that important great thingsfor
announce- Coast Line and Seaboard
according -
'f.mh1t |j the road built almost -
was
in charge of the celebration A entirely -
mocrnlight boat ride beautiful whereof "
'' on rhents be made of further extensions us; we are glad. Come
may to Mr.
: Gilresple, which if successful, 4
with local
plgni! at St. Cloud, appeared before Lake Tohopckaliga wilj be labor and under the and swill
given tonight by the railroad company, when- direction of local get a blessing with us. Prayer result in the same reduction bo- jt' -
the county commissioners at their under the auspices! of the Epls- the line is completed to Bassenger, n'er.the company I meeting Wednnd.y-evenlnlt; at Ing made by these lines. '

,f meeting here..... on Monday and asked cqpal church. Everybody i is invited to the present proposed terminus.At believing that era ploy ings-men! on the 7:30: o'clock. 'f If the freight rate is cut -
ground the as
was best proposed
Vthat the committee be voted some attend The boat will leave the method of aiding
city the celebration
at Pine Island there will be a big In i
dal 1 help from the county public- dock at eight o'clock and tickets will there will be -big freo barbecue and in the development of the country Mrs. C. E. Cassidy and children, I the cost of brick paving. saving

'd. After some consideration be sold for 25 ents. Refreshments\ speeches by prominent men from all through which the line passes. ofOrange Center, passed through the

.u..., matter the board decided to will be sold on board: and a good timeis parts of Florida. There% will also be The demonstration farm of the city! this week en route to Chatta- George Saunders will leave next -

nato' the, ran '*f $lOb t. the com- in store for those who make the music and dancing. The barbecuewill Southern Colonization Company at nooga. Term., where they will Join week for Tennessee, yh.re he will, 8'

e. ,,' I' trip. be prepared by Dan Prescott fa- ./Pine Island, where the barbecue will Mr. Cassidy and make//their permanent enter Dr. Muter sanitarium for,th., .
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.. The work T>{ clearing: the right of

BARTOW WINS FROM Usefulness .of,,'Good Cheer." Surelythis ,:have had"separata superintendents way for the municipal railway at.MU' 'i i

is an ;deal theme for our Su'.i-' our Union. ami has started.. '
f .' CR9c E A. TOWNSEND.;
St. Cloud Department shin*'department. Wish It were possible ,
KISSIMMEE 5 TO 3 '
for the Sunshine superintendentto ---

I 4-. j send each society "a special fntsJ (\ ;

; NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDE ,CI'Il": FROM OUR OWN Bartow. June 13.-Bart o and Davis .I saga But. words by personal! rar.teI
,, must be fewer fpr awhile! Wit parents ': .f
engaged in a pitchers' battle here I
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTThe [ /gone' to N'ew England; for (the IIQIIII T'Ik :J,
today .with -a bad inning each to mar 14 i'I 0 / i, Icy ,
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summer "light-housekeeping" pal 'ffI
their record. Davis cut his off three :,
EiRie McElroy Auxiliary to the Mrs. Anna -Ausbaugh in costume: runs to the bad while Bance was un- of the "very own" Congregational

'I' Army and Navy Union met Monday; reading, 11. N: Illman "One for Both able to put on the steam until five parsonage .will keep Grace"usual.of manyC. tr\':
E. busier than
Mr 1 lags recitation Mrs. Thompson. I locals had crossed plate. The years '
afternd''?n. One new member, ; the I
",k Laura WcathcrHtona was mustered "Hud Jackson's Fifth. Wife;;" for en- score: I I. : RiTEs
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in. There was a good attendance. I core. "Out to Old Aunt' Mary's;" Bartow. _., AB R II PO A E Why are we not getting more addresses L(> SUMMER

I, After the meeting waR over all adjourned Swiss song by John Andrist; Rev. F. Seymour Ib _, ,_2 1 0 10 0 0 of absent members either /r FROM JACKSONVILLE I r .

: to Maine's pharmacy 'fo'r ice Honuchamp Skit and Ger-nan Medley Pressley rf u_ _.__ 3 0 0 2 0 UI I gone away from society circles for I ... -.. ., .._. __..t 1111 CI.Me. ._.._.. E1 W Cl ilWtl +MI l.__....IIM i U W I Ie
mouth and bones sec- o'o the summer or longer There I D..... ... ..to 0' ...1 LIo."Io..... .. _--_
('ream. which all enjoyed very much. I on organ ; L. Wilson cf __u.4 1,._1 1 I !must! C./ .,..1..... V to n.I.l.. *IM > .111. M' 114*
:
"The.. Side of be some-and Introduction d t . /FN .,..1.., U1ar.N..,._.1.--. ... ._ Nil \.
01I number Funny aPastor's' G;. Seymour 2b ____4 1 1 2 1 2 I our part N.I. I ('w.r" .. MN -
1$41r.
Cl-ve Outlaw. NN T.rw. ... ,_.
,. Lynn Daughorty, Blanche Eator. O'l' men should have a charted' to that Y't1"-"r... .. i.. .. 1..N ........, .. 1. .. rN..k.ua..... .-... .. '
Life by ,
( Frank Gilbert; and P. E. Morgan< I ; song 11. Davis; c ____ _3 8 :II! 0I ) : 'sa4 s....,.'V..1 NM ... .. p..l.. .. . YM T.Id.. -. ..- /1 OJ" ..... ,i.
......... "' w -
to Kissimmee Tuesday a'fter- "Dear Old Southern ]Home;" Recitation I D. Mack, :lb ___ __-4 '0 1 2 2 0 I I they] are w<.ko.ned. wherever they / L..A.ni. r..r, ....1\ rMN' -eo M I.11 ....1. NN pN..n.C.-N....:.'.'_- or.. -. ,i iM.
tgred NN
!Mrs. Stillwell ; mimic on the I'hlilips as n.a 1 1 02 2IYalteyy haiS.Yoke. Please attend to this f CI..,.. ru. ", nil N...... .II..... c...... ..,........ N. ""..,."F.MI. ,'!,
noon.Mr. Dulcimer] by A. A. Martin ; recitation, ]If -3 1 1 2 0 0 matter .soon. ,/ 1 \--.T7-1.G.1-.LoW..._.,.1... /'..... ._.. ..__*-..... _,._.. -- -
of Tampa's business I .. IIT.
Stevens one Wednesday "Out of the Night: ," by May lIolden' ; It: Davis. p ____u \Q! 0 0 2 0 I star./ ........>... Lnr" ...11 MN, Y, ......11.11 0... N. '
\ men, was in our city music on the Dutch piano by A. A. - - -- i Surely we should be glad that fr.! VAH1AB1.F; ROUTE TO DEN VFR, SALT UAKB COLORADO ij''

Martin ; song, "Flag of the Free," by Totals _ ____30 5 6' 27 10 4 and Mrs. Clark have, according. ;tt> W-RINGS PORTLAND, I 01 1 AN ,,FI M1ATT1-K.I'
Sunday, June 11th, was Children's! the choir; music by Mr. Dingle on the KissimmeeAB R II I'O A-E the last ..JChristijin Endeavor World 47 0.1..Mnl\. ... Wool'.'M............ C.'_'.N .1. ..eN. UM.I- {"

Day-'in the M. B. church. The decorations accordeon. Ice crea+rft was served by AWey, 'f ___ _-4 0 2 200 I turned faces homeward, nad! that / 1 .."TO...11 THE m..NO....TH AND.NO.TMWB.T. ..... ........1 ..4.yMIN eMlq '

i* of moss ferns and flowers the young ladies class of the Chris Pounds BR ___ ___4 0 1 2 :3 I 1 Prof. Wells seems to.be slowly getting 1 ".1.l mt Ihr**4it r*-t r M*. _.. . ......_...t. AIINL. aN1. .

were beautiful. Each class was represented tian church in Mosher's store Saturday hunter 2b _______4 0 1 1 3 l'' back to health again. i r .III. "TH1.......,II HOUTMUAHO-I.. Cl......... NI Ckl f..'..Fl..:,. Li-* "..- 1...._....." . 'I''
.,, .. dM.. M
i iJ I K A. rtCt
last the graduation class of afternoon. Flag] day exercises ii i > Burdick :lb _______4 0 1 1 1 2'' P. "nlxla:, ? PLYP." ta AI..G w./.lea... N......".., a..r.lll.. .

nine from the primary department, upper (J. A. R hall by W. R. C. Closing Bullock ]If _______-4 0 0 0 0 0 ; Wonder how many Junebrides and t W.."J.KNydN.T. LOUIS'. .,.IXrCIII"r. M.. '.!1. ....,.._/..A.Bm M ,lMk... N......... r',
and all did credit to themselves and I "Star Spangled Banner." rf __-3 0 0 1 0 0 I I I ......111..U. J l. Cl. f. M.. ..... LN/u7.4: A. M. }
song, Regcro bridegrooms will be from Endeavor TM.. 1.11; :. :, ::: ;. .., ; ;..oat. ... .:."'''' %,I Ih. II1

11 teachers. ('arson, Ib ____-4 1 0 10 0 1 raiflcs' Please keep u? posted in ''I _:: / .,..,".v...._._y r......r..W...U.....tk.RNY..._..1.- ....< -N.. UN1.> N..* .DM.- ...lM.-N. .j,
-
... ...
Ble-och returned Friday last __________4 1 0 7 0 Q 0 / .T--.J .f .. .. l.rl.t. -.... raga. .INGa| Iw 't
t G. A. Story c June or any month. such pleasant happenings /i .II... .,../WN..1.! .. ."...l". .,. 'IH '' .... r-u.\q _,
'J after a short trip to Hillsdale. ] Mil.h.Mrll. MELBOURNE ROAD IS Bare p _________3 1 0 0 2 1 I occur. r3-- 00 a H. C. BRETNEY' ,"

Retta Williams and daughter I -
I- ------1 r.. A real,
I1} Edythe left Friday last for their Totals _ ___:34 3 5 24 9 6.. ( B'J fleriea L-.u.Mfer a Nulo.JI... Ry >.,
GIVENJNSPECTIONCOl'NTY I, Several new societies have been or- : Y 114 w... SKM. ., StrMt.JACKSONVILLE. '
Ind. FULJulv f;.,
home at Valparaiso, Scoro by innings '
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvest Squires left I 1 Bartow ,"' g ____ 005 000 OOx-5 ganized One of the since latest the 'DeLand is that of convention.Juniors, l ll .. 0.... ......1...>." ., ...1.. ... ....<... .. .._....1'j'

Wednesday morning for Covmg'on, COMMISSIONERS'; AND Kissimmee CJ____ _ 000 030 000-3 'jI
Gilmore]
at Northeastern
t? Ohio, where they expect to make tleir- OTHERS TAKE'rH11'IVERNEW. I Sumary: Two base hit:, Pounds; :with Miss May Hawley, distrid.\\ -. --- '.
j- future home. THOROUGHFARE! FROM! ST. there base hits, L. Wilson; 4
ent. They used to have a nice society -
t Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Hendrix left CLOUD l TO HREVARI) COUNTY I first base on balls off I then I
members grew: up scatterI 1th t RAZZLE DAZZLE CELEBRATION
Tuesday evening to spend the summer J LINE) AND FIND IT IN FIRST.I B. Davis 0, Ban 1 ; struck out, by ed, and this is a new organization onpld 1 :

with friends at East Orange and CLASS CONDITION. B. Davis 7, Barze 8' ; sacrifice hit-" t.'. I IN
I grounds.
Avon-by-the-Sco, N. J. --- I I Seymour, II. Davis; sa'I'ilit1)', 1

Tuesday evening a large crowd of I Captain L. R l Farmer, .superinten- I Pressley; stolen lumen\ Alvey, R<'I0(<'-
s Another Junior .society' is" in Avon St.
.; the young folks of St. Cloud pave n dent of roads for OsceOla county, has ro; batters hit Baize i.nd: Reg'ro hy! eRtersburgi
Turk, Southwestern district I
bathing party and watermelon! feed B. Davis. Time of game 1:45.: Umpire organ
I 'I won laurels as n. .,'<>a.di builder as the I ized by Rev. Benj. Stock, parlor, for'I
boat house. Every-
at the Dicker result of his work on the road -fn-in I I Newman. I the children in his Congregation,Uchurch ;
time. --- --- -- --- -
body had a good St. Cloud east to the Brevard county I We, wish other ministers
e and Mrs. Cole left Tuesday to I
Mr.
line, where it will join the new road would folio \ the advice, "Go; thou and'
If time with friends at Covington -
spend some now being built to Melbourne] on the : do likewise." Be to nil'' i
I sure report ,
q' Ky., and Cfricmnati, Ohio. [ CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR I
East Coast This road will be a connecting new l.rmnr societies, or chi ages' in
in the fall.
They will return
a' link between the East andWest
superintendents, to MTS. W. T. Kelsey (
Ir. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn left Tuesdayto I d.F "ir r lri r rt. rail
-- branches of the Dixie Highwayand
Stafiton. AlFofor] Intermediate all'
"
to spend the summer at McMinnville We regret to have lead in The Kis- _
r Tenn. is soon to be hard surfaced by the simnice Valley Gazette of the death I such information to Miss Lucy B. i ii .

Special Road and Bridge DistrictNo. Bradentown. This is the first I
Ilarris.
i
Hackctt in St. Cloud.
i. Walter Scott left Monday for of Rev. W. L. '
1. . --0 '
-y-tfar that Intermediate and JuniorsTAYLOR'S ) -
i, Pennsylvania. He was a good man. I.
On Monday an official inspection of !. : .
The Sterrott House one of-- Lhe ..jtA -
a" most valuable properties on the lake- .the road was made by' Chairman E. State Presid-nt Djncan: B. Curry Ak'i'a .

i L, Lesley of the Board of County 2 .
',,1 front has been sold \o some Wash- who is also Florida Transportation - #

': ington parties. Commissioners, Commissioner R. V. I Manager for the coming g-re.it ent 1. -

C. E. Carlson Wm. Hall and W. S. Lanier J. L. Overstreet, clerk of theCircuit at Atlanta July 13-16: ;, has issued a I '

tJ'; Alyea made a trip by auto to the court B. E. Evans county I circular ]letter giving full particul BEST. ; ,

t East Coast on Friday last. farm demonstrator W. II. Harris, of of railroad] routes and timE on the You are invited to the Big Celebration at' FlondVs-' Coolest Coast Resort"
I
: Mr. O. E. Mitzel of Narcoossce the Valley Gazette and Ed. Georgeof 12th. when Endeavorers probahly BLOOD Great Program on Water front Marine Si>orli on Municipal Pier-Water Polo

1 left last week for Dayton Ohio. St. Cloud. lenvo JackscViMlIe. If one hundredor Swimming Race Canoe Tilting
Life Saving Exhibition br Red Cross Life" Baying' Corp.
Mr. Gore a travelingman from _The trip was made in automobiles over! can be found woo promise togo I
.. MEDICINE GRAND EVENING FETE AND RAZZLE DAZZLE ON THE PIER A FINE TIME FOR
Orlando was in our city on Satur- and the insectiort party crossed over / their' trip will b! altogether] on EVERYONE GRAND DISPLAY OF PAIN'8 FIRE WORKS. .
to Brevard county to watch the work the Florida Special, leaving the me- FOR RHEUMATISM .
;
Band Concert Battle of Confetti.Ra.el. Daule Entertainment Something New
day.Miss MyrtilU Beala who has been there of the ditching machine belong- tropolis at 9:30 a. m., and round trip Big pane; at Pavilion on the Mole. '.. '

,- teaching music in Kissimmee this ing to the Hopkins. ,Lumber Company fare good for return trip:not Wter ittfYfU StmtbrtYau freff/nt ., ., . . . > $100.00. CASH GIVEN AWAY' \ : f
Jennie Carver ) which was used on the eastern section than the 18th. will.only be three BOTTLE
v + - r ", ,, left Monday to spend the sum- of the road in Osceola county. cents a mile, 'plus 35 cepU/ or in all I" Ticket Acent for Week-End. Rates. For full,, program and Information addr,..

met with friends. In Maine. The"'roaMb' found in fine, condition i. about f 6 from' JackB nvnle. Mr. Lehman BOARD OF TRADE ST. "ETER.SBURO..FLA. ; I t :

Mrs. Mitzel, of Narcoossee was a through its ;retire length. The, }./' wrote us. Mr. Curry has nelectga I-'

; St. Cloud visitor on Wednesday. party made a stop at the camp of the ] n special hotel for Florida folksto ..

The Veterans' Association met in road gang on the east bank of Alligator I st y at- in Atlanta. Write him for

i Opening song, "America." Prayer by Lake. The camp is so well'lo- full ""jparticulars, addressing him 109

I G. A. R. hall Saturday June 10th. cated that it resembles a pleasure Atlantic National Hank building; .

\ president and Lord's prayer in uni- camp rather than the stopping( placeof Jacksonville, Fla. Florida ought 10

son. Song "Marching Through Georgia -' Convicts and their guards. The send a big delegation. ".

," by choir and chorus by all. t',nt$ of Captain Farmer and the

Strangers introduced.. Rev. Stewart, guuids me located on the lake bank Next Sunday the topic is "The .,

SS. of Tacoma,.)JsL sh., was ho soldier \\my' with plank platforms extending into -- --

lost a biother and father ill the su<. I the water, M that ,it is convenient :asa NUMBER 40 FOR- THE BLOOD 'i', CIT S EXCHAI IGIJ

vice and therefore has a feeling/fur i hunt 1 room and 1 bath. The convicts! I ,

the veterans Rev. Stewart is lliMw;' sire also matched' into the ]li>'
the of the Presliyterian/thuri h. intt'Muls, for baths and the lU'in
pulpit 1 which /
: blood, cau e constipation,_ malaria I. /'
Y Collection amounting to $1.29 tuk 'n of cleanliness I is masked 10O per cent pimples
rheumatic ulcers
" sores, ../ I II
I;' .. for the hall. The follow If program i whenever the; convict. inspector visits etc. Get it at 'Osceola Pharmacy -I Each who markets :
grower
[ was given by the ]leader !Mrs Mars- the camp . j on a guarantee to satisfy. .

4. kie: Song, "A Thousl\talYpars" by I ... ---- his fruit through the Florida !
': ,, the choir;" remtatmn, by Goldn- -

rp Groves "Mother on the Jury;" for Citrus Exchange receives an ;
a. MICHELINFOUNDED1832MICHELIN f /
, encore she gave 'Tipperary; "Aunt -
sales which shows him .
Jerusha} on Woman's Rights" by account j

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where and when it was sold d
<00- r) -:- -:- '(0 r) r) -:- <- -0- -:- <- <- <0- \ I ,

: NARCOOSSEE' : ITEMS.: : just what: the. fruit brought, f.
'
": 0- aaaaoaaaaaaaoa'Rev. ala 12 to 15% Extra Weight just what was the cost of sell-


+ ,.H ing it and of advertising it.

: .
Austin of East Lake delivered .- I i
" .. -
: a good sermon in the schoolhouse NORIIAL1tiLAD [>m.AJ1.4LibWd.R.Roc. All transactions of the Ex-

'. Will have M..ILYT.rM.
here Sunday. services -
irrFrtrN.dI change are to the inspec- ;
i; there each second Sunday. ..: .. open .
n The fish fry given for the Baptist
tion of the mem bers. Their
.',' church last Saturday was a grand

" success. Everybody reports a good I chosen directors decide on

; social time. There wns cream and

.;., lemonade served and a great big din FJdc ArMN expenditures of every character :

nero Several\ from St. Cloud and IIM. r "
t Kissimmee attended. before these ,are made. A ';

" .. Mrs Isaac Pollard and family spent
It IfIC11ELI1UNIYERIAL committee of their number
Wednesday in St. Cloud. TREAD
I i "
t. :' Mr. Charles Monstdoca's sister: I I regularly audits all bills and the
from Frostproof Fla., visited with- When you bur your next tire make thia simpletest. ..

j). them Sunday. Let us weigh Michelin Universal Tire books are frequently: gone over

6'i' There will be ice deem sold at the in comparison with any other. non-skid bf the

Baptist church next Saturday night I same'. size.. : by certified accountants.

I., and a good social time is expected. ,} Von lelll find fAe Mlchtlln 12 .

M. L. Tindall and daughter Mabel i to I5fo Acaofer.than the avttagt

r.- Saturday in Kissimm-X shop- Iht exact fxrcfnlagt depending en
spent M. sire of the Hi** wed in flte IctL

w; ", pnig Miss and Pearl visiting Keen friends.of St. Cloud vis- This extra weight represent extra rubber \

ited Mrs. Hull's family Sunday. I, and fabric, which means extra set-vie I i .' ..1 .

, Miss Florence Farrell of Narcoos- ; ;

., ee> spent Wednesday in St. Cloud. W. B. Makinson Company I .

has returned from
Mr. Enoch Tyson .,
I'I J
\ Kenansrille. Kissimmee Fla.fc .
: f JJ r
'
,
r
f. De Orrss TIM DM. Mot Affwt Tk s .rod J ,. iI," 1.
.. 1Ifte.. 0/ tu Ionic and UutlM "effect.: LAXA. .
w y. 'ITS BKOMO QUIlflNXIa better Uum ordinal : ,
M' ; "
yr ONLY-The B&ST .
1. In ,000taJ la* sad dam mot __ a./.eo.qn. aol ONE QUALITY OJ...
,11. rhy.- 'If'teeg Its.albnlbsfull ena'end'
:<1 ...... f t.Jia.1S.6Wlgr. Bo''' G&OVJl" 13s, . . .. .. .. ,. '
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I vFRiBAY, JUNE; 16, 1916.w; + HE-'KISSIMiiEE-'> P 'LLET 6 .zir+>4 '



:: :' I ]:C EN"rRAL FLA.l HIGH WAY' ROAD DEPARTMENT OF .GIANT. -> CASTOR BEAN ATLANTA GETS .BAKERSecretary 1([chip' .pU\,0'; break it U stoning |In i .Ft.. ?Mtea.?.wlU, soon ban of lour.' dhVt. ,

k oV I 'ayor over: the tile and ,. (slat*,, tans commuAleatloa by 't: .l.phonawith
War Goes to Atlanta to
The cost is leas than half too, being, all the, UniUd States, through
i'
ASSOCIATION TO MEET "STATE-SEEKING DATA TREE. IS BLOWN DOWN Address Christian Endeavor Con- -
. In fact'about the tarn as for the best the American Telephone ft Telegraph t
ventlon July 11-1.' '
v . wood shingles. ,i Co'. linsif; w -M- "0 .
,
,.
t Atlanta; GL-Newton' D.,, Baker
COUNTY'' C, E.: Sviope brought'to' the ,
The Central Florida Highway A. I COMMISSIONERS: INSTRUCT l Valley .. .
.
the new Secretary''of War In Pied.dent' ,
sociation'will meet at Orlando In the CLERK OVERSTREETTO Gazette office this week two sectionsof till v ","".-. ,
!: ] Wilson' cabinet,, who was,, appointed .,
INFOK:: a giant, castor'bean t'H. 'which
house Thurl' GIVE NECESSARY }
Orange county'court <1n'< I If' caused ,
to }fill the : by "
vacancy
I', day. ,. June 22nd. It is expected that NATION ASKED FOR IN LET. was.recently blown down at his home, I
the resignation of Garrison
,
Secretary
:. I', a number from Klsslmmee and' Osce- TER RECEIVED FROM WILLIAM .-.I west of the city. One section meai r I
has accepted the invitation of
ola county will attend. This i is the :F. COCKE. urea twelve inches in diameter. This Oh Your
the All-South Christian Endeavor
.. organization which was formed at a was cut out,,of the trunk of the tree
))1,
convention to be held at Atlanta, July1
t1 meeting held Kissimmee. about: ,a. Tie' State Road Department of Florida one foot above the ground. The other 13.16, and vfillgivethe; opening address Front Door

" 'f year ago and which has grown to be ,[under the direction of William F. section', showing that the tree held' of the convention. .

,, one of the most powerful bodies of Cocke,-' commissioner, is busily engaged its size for most of the' height, was: h .
,
the kind' Ih the good roads movement in securing data about the roads cut; six feet above the ground and This will bo Secretary Baker's first !. \ '

&m'1, in Florida. in all,( ectlons of the state. A letter ,measures 10 inches in diameter. The trip to the South since entering the You want a varnish-
I. tree wild without cabinet. He com'es' to address; two that will keep its ,
The will be as follows: received by Chairman E. L. Lesley, grew up any atten F
program
10 a. tn.-Meeting called to order of the Board of County Commission tion and was twenty feet in height conventions, the All-South Christian lustre through years
t of the It had a spread of feet Endeavor convention in Atlanta,July ., t71
by M. ,M. Smith.Jnvocation'"Rev.. ers, was read at the meeting twenty-three of exposure to summer .
: board held Monday and Clerk J. L. and produced a big crop of castor 13, and the Alabama State Bar Association sun and winter
Smith Hardin.
p at Decatur July 14.
Over-street was instructed to furnish beans annually.
Welcome -Hon. C. B. Ask to tell ;;
Address of --> snow. us
the necessary information. Considerable\ interest in castor Coming so soon after the NatJonal -

-Robinson, upon behalf of the Mayor.Response Th letter reads as follows\ : beans has been aroused by the com Democratic Convention in St. Louis, you about

l -T.' E. Bryan, Tampa. ing of Alex Remington-Smith, of it is expected that Secretary Baker
Tallahassee Fla., May 29, 1916.
of minutes.
Reading '
New York, who is now preparing sixty will in a sense make a rpeech: that t
--- -- Imports of President and Offioers.l Mr. .E....L._Lesley. j .,..-___; .__ acres -ofgroundsouthwest of the: shalJ-be-a! keynote of-the' presidential? I Iei
of 'Executive Committee. Member Board Commissioners,
Report
city, on which he expects to plant campaign just opening.The .
I IX
Report of Publicity and Publication\ Kissimmee, Fla. : m
castor beans of the commercial variety Secretary of War Is considered -
Committee, W. M. Glenn, Orlando. Dear Sir: The Act of the Legis- '' :
in the in the Prt'lIIJent's
an experiment to determine strongest speaker \TsERNOSI UTE' s AV'ARN$H
Report of Road Inspection Committee lature creating this department provides whether or not they can be grown cabinet and he may be depended -

fn A. F. Wyman, Bradentown. ,that it shall collect data rela- here profitably. upon to dolivro a great da- We guarantee that Vcrnosite will not turn white

Report of Auto Tour Committee, tive to road construction and maintenance dress. from rain or sleet. The sun's heat will not blister ,

I J. P. Holbrook Orlando. j f make. maps of tpe several 0.44444444444404. Three thousand delegates are ex- it. Scratches will\ not show up white-as it containsno

Report of Highway' BeauUflcation counties and, when requested by the 4 SHINGLE CREEK. 4 pectejl to attend this convention, rosin or other rdulterant.

Committee,. W. M. Glenn, Orlando. County Commissioners. furnish engineering ! 044404444.444444 coming from all parts of the South.
Vernosite drys dust free in ten hours. It is the
j Report of Transportation Committee help. Percy and Homer Cromartie are The railroads halve granted especiallylow
Forrest Lake, Sanford. We have to date compiled maps of spending this week at their home.I. rates and special trains will be perfect varnish for kitchens bath-rooms, store-fronts ti,

Report of Legislative Committee, ..twenty-eight of the fifty-two countiesof P. Then was a business callerat run from many cities. It will be a : and every surface exposed to water. If you ave a
l the state and will make up maps of Campbell Station Monday. convention in boat Vernosite is the varnish for the deck
ryf W. G.''. Broreln, Tampa. great every way right ,
the remaining twenty-four countiesas O. B.' Siever and bride
l Report 'of Special Mapped Highway together rails and spars. Uniformity assured by/the guaranteed -
rapidly as the data can
necessary with
G. B. Woodall, motored out from SOUTHERN ROOFING MANAGER
t Committee, M.. M. Smith, Or- formula on every can. ;
be secured. When completed, printsof Kissimmee Monday. afternoon. .TOURING STATES.
r .
laindo./ these maps, showing all county T. E. Ivey, of Loughman, is spending Come in and let in tell you mrfre about Devoe Vernoite.; Our
rr4 Report of Inland Waterways Committee roads will be furnished free of cost tell IK that it nlvayi, gi;-'irira<'ion and we recommend it on that accountWe
,
s'' Walker Sanford. this week at his place. II. J. Ouellette, who has been with
i' .- Recess, C.for R.enrollment., to the County Commissioners of the Homer Cromartie spent a portionof the General Roofing ManufacturingCo. B. Makinson Company '
.
Seaelon.Announcement .- several counties on request for same.We 'this .weekvisiting his sister, Mrs. for the past eight years in charge

Businenn-of election of offi- are also ready to furnish assistance Arthulr Alderman, of Boggy Creek.A. of the Detroit oftice, has just taken Kissimmee, Florida St. Cloud, Florida

to the several counties in mak- R. Dennis has purchased a'Ford charge of the Southern territory with

,' cers.Nomination of officers. ing'surveys and in preparing plans touring car. headquarters at Atlanta, Georgia. 0

estimates and specifications for road Mrs. Henry Baulknight is on the Mr. Ouellette expects to make a
{ Election of \>ffiocrs.t and work. This help will be
bridge sick list.
Southern -for the
tour ofthe States
Reading of proposed resolutions. furnished free of cost to the counties I \
I Mrs. Arthur Bronson and
Unfinished business. except that the counties will fce expected children, purpose of conferring with his several Eugene C. Bryan Pres. A. ". Bryan, Vk Pre .J. L. Barber, See:'y.1....,, 1
of Fowler Park the week end
New business. spent connections. He states that local -

Address-W. F. Cocke State High- to of pay the the engineer actual while traveling engaged visiting at the home of W. O. Bron- builders are watching' with in-
panses
creasinginterest the growing use of
w'\Y Engineer.: son.The
of work.It
- on any special piece many friends of Mrs. Walter Certain-teed Asphalt Shingles, this ow
Adjournfrnt4fi4fi4444444444'44( is the earnest wish of this department '
Bronson will
be glad to know that most practical and popular shingle
to cooperate with the she is some better: at this writing.Mrs. hems surfaced with ground slate 7

-> IK) YOU KNOW THAT. '4 County Commissioners over the P. G. Cromartie, Mrs. I. P. which is found in natural colors, including -
4 4 S4te of Florida and to be of real Tison, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ivey and the favored shades of red and
and practical service to them in car- Bryan Realty Company
others called on Mr. and Mrs. Gar-
Dirty hands spread much dis- rying their road work. green. Exposure softens the shade ;
on rett afternoon.Lonnie .
Sunday but otherwise the beautiful
*> slightly '
4 ease. Offices "'
The law provides that a quarterly on Broadway, Kissimmee
Hughey, of Union Center color of the is and ,
slate permanent
0)
.. -> A, high: bred dog has a right to of all road work, donein the t
report
; 4I and Floyd Bronson called at theJ. staining! is never lequired. These Opposite Gr y tone Motel
__ have his birth registerc-d-sofr
a- several counties, shall be filed in the : I
has baby? ** Niswonger home Sunday.A Shingles are excellent for fire protec-
a
office of this department, and we be-
, I I < The U. S. Public Health Service 4 I lieve that these if children's day program will be toin and are accepted within the live"
reports, properly
-> guards American ports to < I given at the church Sunday night at I mi it a. of all cities-sparks and em- t
be made considerable
of
handled can
,-> exclude foreign disease? I 7:30 o'clock instead of the regular bers cannot ignite them.
value to those charged with the supervision -
Health is a credit with the 4 of the road work preaching services. Everybody is Because of the appearance, and because Orange Groves, Timber I amk, We Pay Taxes far Non-re.**. t 4
throughout
the bank of nature? Q cordiall] ynivited to attend. the asphalt shingle cannot Cattle Kanchc. Country and IdeM and Act as Ow...'.
the state. We hope therefore I I ,
< A clean garbage can-is a' good that you will co-operate with us in City Property Agents for Rental. Property

example to the family? > I r
getting up these statements in sucha rt
4 Filth breeds flics-flies carry manner that the 'cost of the several FOR SALE---CASH PREFERREDThree !

< fever? iems of work may be clearly shown :

< Slouchy posture menace> and the data thus obtained be madeof Lots located in residence portion of St. Cloud,

{ -*fr health Health? brings happiness- ** real value to the state at large. Florida, north of railroad within. easy distance of business,
" Forms for making up these! reports May LumberpCo.'rIesale

sickness sorrow T 0f' will be furnished you in the near future part or town. 75 foot front by 150. foot depth. Plenty of
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and' in the meantime would .
appreciate any suggestions we which room for a. home. aid! Retail Dealers !I. : .' t

\ may occur 'to any member of your .'. Apply 'VALLEY .GAZETTE. '
34 TAKE FOR YELLOvrPINE
EXAMS
board relative to the most convenient LUMBER "

form for reporting the cost of road

TEACHERS' LICENSE work in a comprehensive manner. Shingles and Laths

Very respectfully,

Thirty-four -persons took the examination State ,Road WM., Commissioner.F. COCKE, The Favorite Store 0 of Kissimmee I HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY ,,

held last wee*/ for applicants -
All-we ask U let us f figure oa your estimate
for license to teach school. The --
Courteous: Attention and Prompt Delivery.
'1 examination was held at the courthouse Balmis

_ under supervision of Cou.i- Magnolia I r
Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla.
ty Superintendent C. E. Yowell. the Liquid Face Powder used by famous I FURNITUREWE ? :

TWPM ty-eijcht were white appli-\ bennties., If you have Sunburn,Tan or
<-i iis and six colorwj.! Ton tvercuwurdcd Freckle try Magnolia/ 3Ja/m./ It quickly A
stops the burn and remove. Tan andIilemo
l first tirade certificates (Ion !.".. Makes your skin soft and
rpccl\cd
eleven third gta.leertifteutes and 1 II sure to please. HAVE IT { "

three, failed to pass."lOUBTlSAPPEAir. Three. ColD.:
'White,' 7>mk Rosc-ReJ. A :I
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; ;5c. iJruftgtttt of i>v moll JlrocL Ideal Fertilizers .1
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SAMPLE FREE -

LYON MFG. CO.. In; connection with our Hardware line ]
4050.51h 5... Brooklrn.N.Y. \ 4FgI we carry a complete ,
:> One in Kissimmee \\ ho 1\nt\ u Had I line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting homes, and Increase Crop Profits

S. .. jfack Shinijd Litnore/ Thi. Double I handle reliable', :

I'roo'f., LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED /'

:Y Bed Room Furniture i ,
Dining
\ I ioryour back nch I 'YouJ/4) ; i'iii' \K's" 'hill Tonic cured my We believe "

4 IIa\ >ou suspi'ctuil year, Kidney*? hn,band of La<<;rippe and Feverifter Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor in "Preparedness. We are

6 BH< karlu I.i* ",,",,'lmes, kidney! arhe.With I the docloVs! m'edicine and other renri !
prepared
to supply all the
it may-t'ome dizzy spells dios failed." | .I 1 Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers, potash goods you

(f Sir ploss, nights tired dull day-" LULA C ROACH, Drifton, Fla. r i want, also a varied line of AmmoniaPhosphoricAcid

j I Distressing, urinary disorders. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 2!>c. i iuAIIDs Couches, Etc. J '

I 1 loan's Kidney I'ills-have been endorsed iI I I formulas at reasonable prices. \Ye have

r by thousand'). .. .
Are recommended her at hpme. Thi store ii making a record for itself in the matter ofhelpinf I everything in the fertilizfr line. ..;

You have read Kissimmee 'proof. I people to outfit homei. Come and "
Our
I Rend not1.c Kissimmee sequel. IRE ee. price are'right I We also have a complete stock of the best

i Renewed testimony; tested by t.ime.1 i I
!Store Spray Pumps and Insecticides be
and f oink windows ; r --- -- to
-- - --
I 1; M. ('osner... otired farmer, Mablx-tt should |I... pro- I
,
.
'- St., Kissimmee; says: "I suffered \V*<'tr
r from pain and wei'knes i in my back JlIlIrcl.'e' m it k e. I TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS .
ttirm! for every p6rpartitiona. They give description and
'O and other symptoms of kidney complaint I I prices, also receipesfor
prwe indudinl(sage.. ,
Dunn's Kidney Pills greatly No matter what kind of hare Ga.
an Engine yon Steam,
benefited I and I "lion ,.IUQI..d sprays. w
,me cheerfully recommend ete'l
I. : , Railroad
Stationary hare
/ or Engine-we exactly: the Tools
them. Statement given February .... ailh., d",* yon
...... need in everyday work Wrenches Hammer
:2'2! 1911.) W nt fur p. I your Oilers, etc.,
Vulcan Iron Work all of the belt quality and worVmanihtp and at that will
; prices
,
Over three later Mr. Cosner
years Jad.........PU.
said: ""I "am so satisfied with the surprise you. This store has the reputation of handling only Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company {

good results 'of Ioan's Kidney Pills ,- hardware that U of superior quality and yon will make no nus- r

...a.gav&. me that I am glad to again recommend take in coming her NOW and uupectiaf oar big stock. MANUrACTURIRS.Of or ii
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t RUBMYTISNIWill
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them. .
? IDEAL FERTILIZERS' a
Prioo 60c at all dealers. Don't .
cure your Bl.enmatl.m I,
e simply ask for a kidney remedy-get Neuralgia, Headacflea, Cramp:!, Dmitri in Fertilizer Materials, Spraying Implements! \t,;

Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Colic, Sprains Brttiae, Cats a d'Bul"1' Osceola Hardware Company and.. Insecticide ;,\.
'if
Mr. Cosner recommended. Foster- Old Sores, Stive of Insect r rlate. r

.tr Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo-, N. Y.- A.titestie Am lj u e.nsed;! mtemally Jacksonville. Florida i.l tC

k' Adv. cod cxteroaQy. Price.?5c. / .(

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I ." JUNE .16 1916.: '
,GAZETTE FRIDAY ,
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( 'ACE +t. THE. KISSIMMEE /ALLEY. v
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' .,.... !+. .0 . IOI IM i .'. ,i,'+046tOf0, +H'P' '," 6+0'MQ This 'meeting' was held fn the, First.;[ GULF' URGE'O'tOR' nothing/ of"'the:'activity f'JII.'.frIend""'... s.. .... 1
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SOUTH FLORIDA of. UI4. action wh.fchhad
SENATOR BRYAN
Baptist church end the presidents of' unty appraised ; !
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Notes the unions, assisted in, tho program.T v already; been taken.. ,
SocietyMattie $ tooCJ attending from Kissiinmce '1 flAILROAt) TO OPEN' SUPREME COURT "I am not a candidate in any pence/ '

Mr and Mrs. N.: C. of ,the word," he said "If I could
were: Bryan, (Continued from Page One.)'" .
tli Misses Mirtant hunger, Mlnkie Gardner have my way about it my frleads'y

( pell Barrio Editor) Eleanor Graves, Ruby' Duke, According! to the J'acksonv/ lIe Metropolis would'not urge my name" for any office. .'
be held has been kept for the '
Sam L. Lupfer, Miss Corinno Gilbert, 'I up friends of Nathan P. Bryan, \ : ." > :.'.
Request ii made to all patron ,of the Valley Gazette to tend items Roy Graves, Miss Ethel Gilbert., Lea plat' few years ',despite the ,fact that, U. S, Senator from Florida, arc'urg- FINAL TAX .NOTICE. "- V 'T//

of Society Events 'o the Editor for pablic.HoD.ID. these colnms.&i Hodges, Miss Grace Gilbert, Miss 'I'the land market<<: was' slow Now that. ing his appointment to the Supreme '

r Inez Carson,. pr. O. B. Falls, Mr. and, the railroad is to begin'operations: tha Court bench.to fill the vacancy created I have previously given notice of r.
.. . .. _ _ _ a . . . . . . . _ _ - .. . Mrs. Carson Farmer; Mrs. Milton, the of Justice closing City ''Tex Books for Taxes fof r ..
. . . . by resignation
.. .IO.Olorll.lI.a. .o..1l'1' .0 g. -, g g .g II' company is about .to reap the benefit;,1. 1915. Not wishing to advertise any
Dr. Hugh Geiger, Miss Mary Carbon\ fleghes'who his position :to
MRS. THORNTON RNTERTAINS. doors were then opened, disclosingthe of its faith in this section. of the Rtat gave up one's- property who so! far has neglected -
: Mr. and Mrs. Earl and Mr. Milton .. accept the' Republican'nomination for to pay And not haying time to> '
J' . adjoining 'room arranged as a Prominent men from all over Flor- president. The. Metropolis Bays: from my office to visit each individual V.

Mrs. J. J. Hall Mrsl A. B. Jarrell\, dining room, the large table :laid to 44444444444444. -> ida will be invited to make addressesat "Friends of: United States Senator.1)spare regarding the same, I take T..
.. .. Mrs. H S. Marks?, Mr s. S. Ragsdale, accommodate all the guests, and at- oQo. 000'.' this method of again calling your attention *"*
\ \ Mrs: J. McPhntter, Mrs. II. N. Phur.n, tl-nrUvely decoiated with flowers.! A (0 AMUSEMENTS. a the! celebration. Among those who Nathan P. Bryan, both in Floriflfi\ and to th9 fact that Unless paid "

. +. ., were a pleasant pore i party lat delicious salad course with all the accessories oQo -> are to be invited and who may address I I in Washington; are urging his appointment within the next ten day. I will+'\nrcompelled ;-.,Ao. ,

. Thursday, spending thje afternoon atQ was served Mrs. Gilbert as- .:0 (0 4 4 4: 4 <- (0 (0 0) 0) 4 4 4 4 the crowds which attend are-: ; to fill the vacancy in the to advertise.G .
United States Ceurt causedI ;. W. ()VEI STR"ET,
Supreme
J. P. Beckwith, vice president and I:
the attractive home sibling the hohtess. The included i
i; the afternoon at guests Tax Collector.J. .
; .. I Good shows and good crowds gen.'nil of the Florida East I I I the resignation last Saturday: of _
R? of Mrs ... S. Thornton on Veroiastreet Rev. and :Mrs Lawlcr Mr. and manager H. Gil.BERT
rf',( , Fancy work\ and conversation' :Mrs." !Milton Pledger, Mr. and Mrs. M. ilinue to be IheI rule a aystoue Count railroad, whoso Okeechobee I i I Justice Hughas.: ]Information that Deputy 'Collector. 2ff-lt .

t- pleasantly whiled the tune away, the 0 I Wells, Mrs. I IX G. Wagner, J. R.Gilbert I I Casino, whers: Manager! Beull is offering branch in. lapped by the { | his friends are" woiking'in behalf] of I' 44?. 44r-.;-.XX-- --4444440- :444 41.
his selection .without his kmmlecfejeIreached .
fine each evening.. Kenansvftle;. Fred R. Lynch who will I|
' J guests; being refreshed at the close : L. II. Ingiam; Mr. a program : 4.
"' of fans and the fresh fromthe JJaiara.thcun. _.! !, here Monday nft( i iI .E-1\IEE"fI.xcS. +Y
The inslallalion come }(
1", t of the afternoon. wk'tr'-Il delicious i kecouise. and :Mrs. G.; W. Persons,, Misses .ope" I Supreme I ---- LHI --
s-.. :Messrs" Thor\tan and MaiksjoiiK'd :Nina Bratton, Jeanette Lawson<<\ Vir- !(doorways on vaih side of the theaterImake "..n110n in St. Louis; Cifpl. IL'E. Everymember: of the A Y
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\> Court UK- SUite includinghlt.f -. :-:-:--:-:
.Of t -:-
the party lute in the after igmia Tiller Ella Mae Gilbert Maude | it us cool a place as can be Hose stat.chrmist: of Florida, wITowas I I MWOODMKNS CIKCUTohopeka; -
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I ,.. (Alice and Ada Wagner; and Messrs.W. fount+\ to spend, the evening and the.. one of the pioneer resident!! pf Justice Taylor and Associate. Justice
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) noon. Justus; H. (D. Brown Leon Kstey, ''moMc' funs of KisMnjmee are ..lukingadvantage (Osceola, county; Governor Park Tram- Shackleford, ('ockl'cll. Ellis: and Whit- liga Grove No. (fii! meets every first

.l MISSES 'STANFORD ENTERTAIN.: Will Mason Tiller, Edwin Newton, of the. opportunity afforJed mell, Congressman W. J. Rears Royal field, jointly signed i a petition asking and third Tuesday fourth night. Social
' -- of the finest motion C. Dunn HudsffJTf Burr and Newton President Wilson to appoint. "Senator meetings second and Tuesdayafternoon
" t Ralph --Turner Harper Castler, Earl I to see some
{ I j in FrateVnity Hall.
. Misses Mattie and :Margaret Stanford ICowger( Earl Morrow and G. Craw- picture plays) yet offered in the city. I Blitch, members of the Florida Railroad Bryan.
. I :Mrs. 'J. R. Smnner, Clerk.
afternoon "Senator Bryan, However is not !
t Friday
; i entertained fol'd. Commission! ; lion. FrankWalker. '
,, with'}, tea in honor of Misses' Agnes:: *. Put IJi-rw. a comedy singer, was an 'county commissioner of Osceola'county ? aft applicant and knew Absolutely; I) Mrs./ Ollar. ., Guardian. ,

' !: Burford and Nettie Camp of Ocala] ] ("IIILlmE LAWN PARTY. added attraction at the Casino during ;. C. A.: Carson' Arthur E. Done- - .. .--

: guests of Mrs. G.: C. Livingi.ton. I. the week and his songs won favor gan, W.' B. Mokinson, John M. Lee e9 44a 4 4ttiM' 4ti 44C : :-:. ..""t"M M444fi44! }-44"" }44 +.v'''<''.L''44fi4-' M '-""'-'LL'x

r., Those present were : Mrs. G. C. A pleasant lawn party was given with the au ,ence. He sings only K. t... Lesley.. 11. C. Stanford and N". ,

Livingston Mrs. S. II. Bullock Miss i Monday afternoon to the children numbers end was frequently- C. Bryan men prominent in the pub-
I' North Kissimmee t.l
Carson Norma "!who took in the Children's The People in |
f es Violet Bullock Inez part Day at every performance, numerous lic affairs of Os'eollrounty.
i Griffin. Mary Tiller, Ada Louise !"program"' at the Methodist chu.-ch. encores 1 being necessary to A majority of those who attend il t

F, Simpson ]Mrs. Roy Chclker] and Mrs. I' The party was given at the home of satisfy, the crowds. : the celebration will go by automobile, .

" 11. C. Stanford. The tea was from :Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Robcrsen, with '':but to accommodate those who wish- 'Are assured of the same quality of I

f 4 to n i, andut the close of the afUrnobn's i Miss. Helen liars and Ethel Rol>erson I Three big features are on the bill another means of transportation .a

: pleasures at the Stanford hostesses, assisted by Miss Ruby Pre for next--\*'eck. Tuesday the third special train will !1':0: operated from goods and low prices at our stand in the

' '. home the party went to the\ : dry dock vail. About fifty little folks] enjoyed episode of the great serial' "Tho Iron Kenan.svillc to .Pine Island on the day

f; 1. where a picnic luncheon was "erv,-,!. merry games conxluuinK with a picnic i Claw" will be .shown This serial is of the bnri'ecue. leaving. Kenansvilleat f Gilbert Corner that they will get atTaylor's

, Here the party was joined by Miss ,' ]lunch of sandwiches cakes and 'proving even mote popular with the S:45:! a. m. and/ returning{ will reach t

t': '. I Carolyn Fripp and her guest, Miss! [punch fruit and bonbons.St1Rl'RISE Casino patrons than did S- "The Girl; Kenansville at K p. m. ,I .
...
'io' ,. Archer, of Key.West.DELEGATES. .. [, LAWN. PARTY. and the Game.; Rivaling this great The opening!/ of this,, railroad] will '

ENTERTAIN. I (picture 'is the weird, photoplay, "Mys- mark an epoch in the history of Os-,
Cash
; I I'r Mrs. B. B Simpson pleasantly, surprised 1'teries of :Myra," the first episode of cola: county giving a m'am'of transportation -I : Grocery
'which last TK! in this great prairie; section -
J a The four delegates who attendedthe her: daughter, Miss Adah Loj- was presented night. x
which bus long] been known to ,
second will be
episode+ presented nn
qJ .'. Senior League Conference held lot isl', Tuesday evening with a )lawn [ '
'next Thursday night.' On Friday cattlemen as an area of health aid. 16 Stewart Ave. Phone 250
.. Sutherland recently, entertained at party Jiv..nIt/ their home on Beaumont j :
.,). .night will be shown another eprso, 'le wealth.It ,
.
I
ts' the Methodist annex last Thursday avenue The hours passed .>
: . evening, inviting as their guests thee Ii quickly] with merry out doors' games iof the famous soiuil, "(;I'aft." +is expected, that large crowds, Ov484444Qfit 4'w444tiM:.4;-}{.:.:wti }: .-...cc..1' ...-..,.4sti4{ }
''will attend the barbecue from'eve'-y
: Senior league\ the Girls of the F p-I'and amusements, the evening conclud _

11;l .:. worth, th.e Junior League, Knights of ing- with a delicious ice course also I'' The complet bill for next week in; section of Qsccola courtly and fromth oooc t Sfi4444S fi4 Tit..}
I :' adjoining counteis of Orange
addition to the features already mentioned -
Ezelah Bullock's Sunday servefl the lawn.
: Stanley on At the partywer ,
j
4 Seminole, Polk, DeSolo, Brevard and .
' 1:l?' school class and Prof. R. M. Evans' ?: Misses 'arolyn Fripp, Norma j will be as follows: -

,S i class. At this time the reports of Griffin; Mabel Overstreet, Violet Bullock ''I Monday-"The :-t't.': five reel drama St. Lucie. : : .
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;V" the conference were read and after I Lois Johnson, Margaret and produced by tfio Thanhousi-r 'KRYPTOK'LET'.US

the business routine a jolly time was j Mattie Stanford, Margaret Lee Elsie j', company, with Uei t I.' '! incy and Martin 'FLAG DAY OBSERVEDBY x' : -.

enjoyed by all present. At the conclusion Norton and Mary Tiller; Messrs. I Leroy i Swaym in the principal roles t.TljnQLT INVISIB'U'FOCAL
,7'
of the evening a salad course '! Lesley, Frank Bryan., Raymond I|I l! t Tuesday-"His Masterpiece," two 5; i

f,'' 'i with iced tea and wafers was served. Benrden, Dick :.nd Ned Bullock, Jack ,' reel;; "Billy Van Deusen's) )MuOdl"] "" G.A.R. MEMBERS, SHOW

The hostesses were Miss Cecelia Over- j and Bryan Simpson. 'and "Ruining Randall's Reputation. --- l
'I i Haunted Manor,' > t
I street district secretary; Miss Alberta W'dneh'uy-"Th Flag Day was fittingly. observed on .
f Hops-oil, 'superintendent Junior; BUILDING: CIRCLE TEA. a fiv','-rel. physicclogical drama with
.. Wednesday by-the Q. A. R- post and
:' League; Miss Parah Clark, tlrtegaie Iva Shepard in the leading character.Thursday"The propriate to the occasion and a picii'c YOU

j' 4; from the Senior League, and LoisOverstreet i Mr, C. J. Woodall and her daughter } -I|I Girl from Chicago ,!dinner at beautiful! home of Mrs. I

delegate from the Junior .| Mrs Mary E. Wnring, entertained ;" "Sec Arne ica First" (cartoo,,", j I-adies'. Cir.fe.with a program ap-
{ 1 l the Ladies', Aid of tho '
League.' Baptist and "Art and Artl ur. I
Belle Modie in North Kissimmee. .
. I church and number of their friends | ; l ls
a Friday-"The Return, two n! ; The .,. .,"" ;:
j' dinner was spread on tables ,
PEARCE-TINDER'I WEDDING.: with a "building., circle tea" at their "The Winning Punch" and "BunglingBill
the oak trees and .E
arranged under, was
.
.. pretty home on Main street Monday I Detective." ..
served buffet 'style
the
guests sittingin
t.. The: following from yesterday's ftarnoon at four o'clock.? Dainty I Saturday-"A Men'.. -..n." three about the I.

Times-Union will bo of interest lo fancy work occupied'.the attention of reels and '{Kribcking Out Knockout congenial groups . rAt spacious '

:Kissimmee; the ladies during-' the afternoon and Kelly." lawn., the Cole Jewelry Co. ; J.
the conclusion of the-dinned
"The home of iMr.'and Mrs. Carter 'lunch grid wafers were served by the .

"' H. Dame, on. Eat ,.Fourth street, hostesses. Thoco ntte. ;Jing: > were Manager Beall announces 'that he following program was.enjoyed; .

r .: Springfield, will be the ''aeene of a firs G. J. Woodall and Mrs. M. E. has cecured: the great preparedness "Military Marches" on the snare Jewelers and :
drum by a St. Cloud comrade.Address .
pretty wedding today at high noon, I Varing Mrs. A. B. B.ll nnd baby, i photoplay "The Battle Cry of Peace,"
"To Old
+ when their daughter, Miss Mat'"! Mrs. J. I). Jeffords end .son Joseph I which will appear at the Casino' at Gla1-y"-Fn'd OptometristsSAVE .-.- -
Tinder will become the bride of :Mr. Lupfer. :
I'll's. J. c. r.ritfi.and. baby Jessimae dat I
un early ?: .
Song, "The American Plan"Mis; ,
i' James I'enr'ce, of Kissimmee. .
Mrs. O. B. Falls and baby, Mrs Roma .
"The ceremony will be witnessed. Thomas, :Mrs. N. C. Bryan Mrs L. I A JUlie crowd-attended t the benefit es Lois and Eleanor] < )\erslreel. I st r}4SM. 0+. #O :-:- :-------o--:......: :o-------.. >o;.
r o ' Reading of letter, of' greeting from _._ _._ '
friends aril relatives ..
by of the
couplet K Farmer -- - -
Mis N. IJ. (Carson Mrs. givvii at the Casino Lit. 'iiiglit' forI of''
and will be performed by the R.-v. ''ilYld I, :Mrs. A. S Gilbert; Mi.s: K.: S. I I the Kissimiee,) Hand ; Hi-sides the 'Past Commander I.el.oml, now

I r J. T. Boone, pester of the First Christian flail. MiN. (COSIKT, Mrs., J W. first i>pis of American the
Presentation King
!r church. Wild 'i 1', Als' ..' A. W Speir, Mia..1. W. :M 'ia" and rood .'f other
a
> ( piogiam
: of Past Commander! Porter, by
; "Mi.s' Frances Wilson of Palm I 'h:,pm.'in" +, :Mrs., l Fanner, Mrs.: T.1.: nio\ies, these were solos by O. CI gift! YOUR COUPONS
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,It 'I Beach, will, preside at I the piano, and tutus, :Misses .I.nnie Prevail' Eliiilielli /- PR ('('. Tony R geio: .1 im Woodall 'i Mrs. N. ('osner.Response
1 I !, to the Rift, three cheer.the -
with ]Miss Gertrude Kerr, violinist.
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1 and :Martinet' Waring and l Ethel ''and Baby Oh\IIII1. There were also
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1' fiom <'irde. .
will render the program of woddmg (Gilbert; The next mooting' of tileCnc'c I II '
comidy songs l hy> Pat DuwMIM ) Mrs.'t' ......
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i "Patriotic Stones, l IIY : J. - - --- ------ -- -
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; pusjt. ( will be at the home of Mis. I ,
1' "The bride, will, be'given; in marriage O. B Falls, thy late to be announced ; : >.\ FRANCES: 1I.\'I: KI\'H.: I :Van I>uer. 'I

by her father and Mrs I Elbert: later. I I The members of the G. A. R. and I A WONDERFUL SPECIAL PRIVILEGE TO OUR CUSTOMERSFor

Carrington; of Palm Beach, will tbe Minda Frances Hankins, the bright; I Ladies' Circle wish. to express I II |

\ her maid of honor. Miss Zee Ella I PRISCI1.LA CLUB '''two and a half] year old daughter ntJMr. i I through the Valley Gazette their appreciation -

[ \ Gobay will IK the only bridesmaid and Mrs. W. G. Ifunkins, died of-trh r hospitality of Mrs.-

t "The groom will have as his,, best Mrs. Julius] Smith entertained the Monday evening i>t six o'clock afteran JModie" for the afternoon's' ...nteltainmenL the

..'. 4 man Mr. Charles W. Smyth, of At- Princilla, Club at her pleasant Sum- I illness of about two weeks, caused i I purpose of advertising our Store, we: will

ncr street home Saturday afternoon.In .
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Following; the ceremony a wedding addition to the fancy work whichis i I that could be done to save the life GRAPE FRUIT JUICL : coupons with each 25c purchase! :,and when you

breakfast will be served, after whit h the usual diversion of this popular of the little sufferer was done, but to ,
S the couple will leave for an extended club, readings were given; by MousesSnmmyo no avtail.! ive secured 20 coupons return. to us, with *3.28 in

wedding trip. On their return they Dixon_, Grace and Gussie Funeral services were held at the IS POPULAR BEVERAGE cash and receive
a 42-piecc Dinner Set
t JI will make their home in Kissimmee, Winn and Dicny warhlg sang a number home on Tuesday morning, the Rev. beautifully

4 \t 7 where the groom is in business. of sdngs. A dainty ice course O. B. Falls, of the Baptist church, decorated.
has Aruii
< So popular grape juicebecome
': "The. bride has been the .recipient refreshed the guests. Those attending being in charge. Services at the
nnd cooling
w of many social'' courtesies since the were Mesdames J. C. Griffin and grave in Rosehill cemetery were conducted as a biverage This

'; announcement of her approaching daughter Jessiemae, T. M. Rivers J. by Bishop Mann, of the Episcopal summer drink almost thai unable the local to obtain drugstores % is a rare opportunity to secure a strictly

marriage number of affairs having M. :McPhatter, Elizabeth Waring and church, who came from Orlandoto are -
; been given in her honor. i Dicky Waring, L. R. Farmer, S. A. hold them. sufficient supplies from. the Street high grade China Dinner Set at less than onefourthits

j the Cohoon John Sprang, II. M. Bralton Grape Juice plant in Haincs, City .to
"Among wedding guests will The sympathy Of the entire community .
: be bride I' ('. G. J. W. meet the demand. regular value. The set consists of six 9 1-4 inch
4 a number of friends of the Woodall Chapman, A. goes; out to Mr. and Mrs. Han- \ .
fromher former home, Palm Beach Farmer, J. J. Woooall, J. L. Beainan, kips in their bereavement. The popularity of the: new drink has -
i ij 'I S. J. Roudors. J. D. Jeffords, R. S. I suggested that three is an oppottun- Plates six 6 1-4 inch Plates six 5 1-2 inch; Fruits, '

1 MRS. PERSONS AND MISS GILBERT ; Floyd nnd baby Edna, Julius Smith, ('AHU OF THANKS"; ity for the opening up of a plant here

.t ENTERTAIN.: I', A. W Winn. II. N. Phann and E. K. for the bottling of the juice. The six Cups six Saucers six Ind. Butters, one: 10 3-4

Wells; Misses !Margaret Laxity, n.tie ....- We wish to sincerely thank our popularity'has Bpnead to all parts of '

f A pretty party was given at the j Lee Brown Gufsic Winn, Sam/nye many friends for their expressions. of Florida and to other states and ie inch Platter, one 8' 1-2 inch Oblong Vegetable Di'sh,

; Methodist church annex Tuesday evening I' Dixon Grace Winn !May Winn, Vivian sympathy and their kind ministra demand far exceeds the present capacity 'fI":

when Mrs. George Persons and Floyd and Joseph- Jeffords. The tions during the I IMe illness and of the plant W &aliies City. ; one Covered Sugar, one Creamery and one 7 3-4 .

Miss Ella Mae Gilbert entertained next meeting of the club will 1io al the death of our little (laughter, Minja There is near the eKSttrtf Kissimmeea

,t the members of the King's Daughters home of !Mrs.! J. C. Woodall and Mrs Frances. Their kindnesses will never sheet iron building] wrected a few . inch Butter'or Preserve: Dish.

Sunday school class, the Baraca E. Waring. ,' be. f"rgotten-l\fr. and Mrs. W. G.lunkins. years ago to be used bjt a canning; J ., .
Ivt class end a few friends. A diver"i- I\ C C factory, which never materialized.

tied program occupied the evening, H. Y. P. V. VISITS ORLANDO. -- Some one should find this an ideal -- -- -- -- ,,
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# skill of the guests along various' lines, A large delegation of young people wish to take this means of ex- is believed that' .the culls from the k

-' humorous reading by Misses Virginia representing the local union, motored pressing my thanks and showing my packing houses during the shipping

t' Tiller and Maude AliceWagner to Orlando Tuesday evenink to attenda appreciation to my many friends 'whoso season would furnish alL the 'grapefruit PALACE DRUG STORE .

and musical numbers by Miss special meeting of the union of that ably and faithfully supported tae : necessary for the "work. '

Ada Wagner. Concluding !the! 'pro city. Upon their arrival 'they found in my candidacy for State Senator of I Who'll be the progressive man to

i .gram witty 'conundrums and the an: /that all tho unions of the Wekiva assoda'lion the Nineteenth Senatorial district in enter this field which promises' profit ljho: e--: 41 :-

+ were arranged partners for the were also invited and a the primary election just past. and the further exploitation: of Flori ', ;

tr i spread which followed. The folding\splendid program had been JUTaneed.I (Signed) G. W. CRAWORD, : 'da's! many possibilities! ? ,. ,
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THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Mrs. Copeland,., of St:? Cloud: was. J; F.O'Berryend'famUywkp: 're .'OOOa'o0'o000 000000 "Put .yourself' In the Jap'a place,**

, .r'.. <'T.l.ph4a* No. It) ", la vikltorln .thecltyyWednead'ay.Ceorgd .' cently had themfsfortune to'lose their BIG 'CROWn ATTENDS r1'0''CORRESPONDENTS'WANTED. 0 says the 'iteenved 'Laporte Herald
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country home by fire, have moved .into .-- T'-' .1 Nothing 'doing.. ,For one tKlnc. we
Published Every Friday' By F.. Parker spent Tuesdayin the Jarrell 'residence on Patrick street, BENEFIT 'Th&'Valley".Cuette'would 1
GIVEN BAND like 0 don't like' rice and for another '
,W. B. HARRIS B. O.,VANS AGNEW Jacksonville attending: the United '' : 'wrhave
where they'will. "live temporarily to have an active correspondMit in '0 "aversion'to. Idmonss. -Gairy- I I'VI
States court.ind, arguing a,, casebe- .
'... fow .''R. M. Mrs. .W, B. Harris and little; '* everyone of the following places .0 (Ind.) 'Times.
.00..00"00..0... Judg-. ,* ", Call.' A large audience Attended the benefiC -* CAMPBELL' STATION. 'P 'r

.V1 Weather'feportFollowing Miss- 'Luef Withefspoon: left Monday daughter from, Miami Virginia, where, reutrncd she was Saturday 'call- 1 given
.'1 for Knoxville Tenn., where she ed by. the illness ,of her father J. W. Band at the Graystona! Casino last;0 HILLIARD'S ISLAND. 0
goes to attend summer ..school. She night, The house was filled to,, the 0 WHITTIER. 0
Seymour who is improved !Jn .
, + ,, will be gone for several months,, health. Mrs.: now also I last seat;, at the first performance and ,*. BASSENGER. 0 GOOD.FRESHMEATS
.. Harris spent a "
almost red at the second show. A''fine *
are dally temperatures the PrUcilla Club will be entertained week with.her sister llrs. C.. M. Fra- "r LOUGHMAN. 0
and precipitations reported program was rendered and the MULBERRY .
as SINK. 0
tomorrow afternoon' at' the sure, of Miami.
by Government station band realized nice from the '
) a sum 0
-LOKOSEE. 0 PHONE 208 W
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I < at Kissimmee for the week end- homo of Mrs. C. J. Woodall' and Mm. 14r J, 'M. .Persons who has beenvisiting door receipts. ,.: ,,j I a' KENANSVILLE. .
Thursday June 1916 L Mary E. ''on Main street. 0 -----
ing 1.5. Waring
' her sons, George' W and The program' was as : The \ .Gazette .
Hollow Volley will be glad 0
Mdx. Min.
Rain 5 I Treed
Tonight tho members of the Epis Charles L. Persons here for Several! Picturej--Romance: of o to furnish the
.. stationary and 0
./!" .. Friday Saturday uu_ .95.93 ,68 67' 1.80.33 !copal church will give, a moonlight excursion days 'left Tuesday for her home In Song ____in the/ Garden of the 'Goda j <- postage! and" will send the paper 0 Cody's Market
u Refreshments Buena Vista Ga. She Mr. O. C. Tierce I
on Lake Tohopcgaliga. was accompanied free
" _ __. to .any person in each of'"
(Sunday 94 67 43 j
will be'served n board. by Charles/ L. Persons, who ; Son __Denr Little Home Sweet Hoi/jft these
Monday __ __ 95 69 places who will send us 0 South Kissimmee
j I will spend a two weeks vacation with j Baby: OlivinePictureGetting <
Tuesday __ __ 96 70 Miss Christine Kritts will leave II ,' news items regularly. 4
her. at the home. I \ Cartoon 214tWEVE
family \Q\a ( ) 0'.5 s''POOP400000000. . .
93 72 Saturday for Tampa where she goes
Wednesday '
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SongLittle Gray Home in the West
Y Thursday '. -- "94 69 to enter the Gordon-Keller hospital to A. L. Stephens: and family have Mr. Regero. _- ._ .__ h_ __ ._ _._ _---'_ -
t f study to become a trained nurse. ( moved to their new homo Village Cut Up. _Jazbo the :Mytcrious >
00i 004G0000 for which they recently tra.iod
Prof. R. M. Evans left last Friday I Picture ..- __ _Mysteries of Myra
their property here. The Dr. Car onprope.tYJ
vening for Tallahassee where he Song _he's the Dnught'-r- :Mother a t''
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which Mr. Stephens has ) GOT YOUR SIZEMEN'S
r will teach in the Summer Normal MaChree '
owned here for sometime, now becomes I
School for "the next eight weeks. Mr. Jim Woodull
i The Local 1 Field
I' the of Charles P. Dow,
{property?
Song____ __:America I Love You .
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Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Steinhans cashier of the irst National Bank of

children who are now located in De- Orlando. Mr. Pat Drew. ,

... Land spent Sunday here the guests : I 6
Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought. Kenneth P. Butler has purchasedthe
of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. 'Alexander. HAVE NARROW ESGAPE -
five-acre tract and residence'
36-inch Sea Island, good weight GENUINE
Mrs G. C. Livingston and little property owned by J. C. Brooks of' .

7'( c. at the Quality Store. Gay, Jr., accompanied by :Miss Violet Knoxville, Tenn., and .located in pl.e-1 WHEN CAR HITS POLE

: Mrs M. Katz spent several daysin Bullock, left this week to spend some .dale southwest of the Swope
time visiting relatives in Jacksonville. Mr. Butler is having the house I
Tampa this week. I remodeled -
(I. I'I'I. A peculiar automobile acci and' will\ into it within
Mr. and Mrs. f. J. Raymond were W. W. Chandler, of Bassenp' one i the next few days.move at the corner of Vine anti| PALM BEACH SUITS

here from St. Cloud Tuesday. of the prominent citizens of the Main streets Wednesday afternoon

southern part of the county spent J. Wade Tucker and family left I when a Ford car hit an electric light II i

Attorney W. J. Steed spent Sunday several days In Kissimmee this .wee last Saturday for Atlantic Beach, pole with sufficient force to jar loose

with his parents in DeLand, Dr. Roy Chalker, of Tampa, spoilt Beach near Jacksonville where Mrs. I la transformer weighing several, hundred ,

:Hit-inch sheeting, no starch' the Sunday here with his wife, who is Tucker and children will spend a i| pounds. The transformer, fell White, i $5.50 1

12Hc: kind, 9c at the Quality Store. I visiting her parents, Mr.' antt_ JrR. C. month. They will later go to the striking the front of "the cur tearing

A. Carson. mountains for the summer. Mr. away, a portion of tho top, breaking, i
of St.
W. N. HutKon Augustine,
Tucker will return after a few daysat the windshield and crashing into thel II | .. . Gray $6.50 -
spent several days here w.'ek on :j Mr. arAl! Mrs. "fi. C.tf.fiSrhtsey went Atlantic Beach.' Upon the returnof I engine. i fI

business. j to Tampa yesterday whel'elrK: the family this fall l they will move | The car' Was being driven by Airs.

MISH M. Heals left Monday to spend I I'lghtsey' went to enter a hospital for I into their new home recently erecttd L. C. Royall of Tampa, who, i i." vis --- _. .

her summer vacation in Brunswick treatment for nervous trouble. 'I I II north of the city. :,| iting her mother Mrs. Ira B.,.: :a. Mis. i II

Maine. I. L. 11. Cromartie and E. B. Cromartie i Mr. and Mrs. I)!, R. Ovorstrcet returned | Royal I was learning tc operat :the ) '

'Mr and Mrs. J. W. Prentiss left returned this week from the Went I Sunday from Hradentown, car and, was unable to steer it prop-I| 2.00 Straw Hats, $1.25 ,
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Friday for Jacksonville to spend 11 I Coast, where they have been engaged where J1' r. Oversled has .been located i erly. As is the seaming fault of all j

few days. in packing vegetables for 1 severalweeks. for some time engaged in buying I beginners" shevi s unable! I to steer | .

I and selling, tomatoes: The recent ''away from i {Ihs pole, although she !.iYd
Mrs. Leonard Williams and ehil-
in the I Mrs. Jo:. L. Tufts of Loughman, left I heavy rains ruined a large ajnount-of jiiw} it plainly. j '
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Wren, of Loughman, shopped Wednesday for her old home in Lansing the crop in which he was interestedand Lu'kily1: K. Royall her \two chil- I ':

city Friday. I Mich., where I she will spend the i. he bus returned to his home here, I ldrn Mrs. Ira Bass and :Mice: !\fa 1't t DOLLAR LIMIT STORE ,}

Mrs.-J. U. Clark, who has boon: hummer with her sons, ]Howard and He will leave next week for FOIt I''guerite Bass, who were ridifig in the ]

very ill for several days, is now con rank Tufts.M. I bailey, Georgia; where he will be interested -! ,

valescing.! j in the shipping of the peach)
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H. Harrison anti family] left la.stSaturday ward the rear of the" car, serious injury GEO. W. PERSONS CO. i -WI
crop.
dress ginghams nice pdtternlt |
Fancy for their new home near '
if not death, might have
and reliable dyes, ,'-\I C. at the Arcadia. They were accompanied by I 1) I n. BatchelerJ if neral! agent of 'i suited to some of the occupants./ re- PHONE 193 I.

Quality Store. Elmo Griffin, who will visit with them the Florida Soft Phosphate & Lime

Miss S. J. Carver left Monday for for some time. Company Ocala, was. a visitor here I I

Hrunswick Maine, where she wall; Misses Nettie Camp and Agnes I Wednesday. He arranged While hereto |MRS. G. W. NEWHART .H __ j"
I have the Waters & Carson Grocery I ,
spend the summer. :. liurford of Oculu] who have l h> 'en the : -
I Company act as agents in the Kis-. SATURDAYMrs.
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Nice patterns in Valenceines lace, '.attractive guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Gay simmee territory. 5J. W. Porter will | DIED LAST '

two yards for 5c, at the Quality Store. ;Livingston for the past -week, have I be agent for the company at St. I
returned home. GRAYSTONECASINOSPECIA.L
Mrs. Henry Harper spent Wednes I Cloud. Mr. Batchelpr! reported that Mrs. Charles W. Newhart, motherof I

day in Loughman. Her nephew, Mrs. Lafayette 'Pike and! _three I the new fertilizer is proving popular' :,I Mrs. S. T. Fansler, died Saturd -y

Bobbie is quits ill. I daughters of Mount Dora, spent last and that during the last few weeks about 5:45: o'clock at the Fan; '

Friday here visiting their relatives I he has sold an average of a car load country home west of this city and FEATURES FOR NEXT WEEK
t Miss Bertha Bryan has returned A. Casron Mrs. R. B. Savr !;e'.and a day. 0 .

home from! a pleasant! 'visit with J B. B. Simpson. "cem-etery.I <. ,
friends at Turnbull, Fla., ''C. Miss Leonore Van Duzer left I.f

I." j When wb save you from ,twenty. Thursday in company with Mrs. Sa held, conducted by Dr. W3. With. .TUESDAY. ,,
Fat juicy and tender meats always five to thirty cent: on!, .every dollarspend rah Cohoon, who was en route to. Lincoln I erepoon, the music being supplied by '" *

: ; !Il. %, "found at City Market, phone44. ., tf 'I ,: the church and 11' ..
Presbyterian
r.;. you H is" not necessary: to "be Neb., to spend the .summer. Miss choir' TheTreat Serial Pictures 'THE IRON CLAW"THi ?
-:.... J. D. 'Woodbeck who- is now located shown" which is best, cash or credit. Van Duzcr will MrsCo many floral! offerings were sent\: by ,
accompany -
&1"._. at St. Cloud, spent Wednesday i'I The Quality Store. hoon us fur as Kansas Cijy! where I friends throughout the city. j ( W EPISODE )
in this | The A I mini Nolan
and Thursday city. .deceased was
I Claude I F.' Johnson and family left she will meet her father V. F. Van
I i : born in Hamburg, N. J., in 18'!' ALSO FOUR REELS OF MUTUAL MOVIES ,
Roscoe Roberson is at home from |yesterday for Kentucky where :Mis. Duzer mid go with him to her homein .
I where she .
resided for ,
Porter's Military Academy Charleston '''John"Hhel" mother and children\; (:'huiiute, Ka'., to spend' 1 the) summer. .ilCht"1';
when "she niariicd" I ( haW :Ncvhai1U'ld ; THURSDAYThat
H. .C., to( upend vacation. j jMrs. wtll spend the "iimmrr: 1 UMth. r'latjvt'S.'Mr. , . Shiexpects to return here I
I 1 later number of
spent n yi-a"'
: .Iohn will in few next winter, to again make her hon,,-
Sarnh Cohoon I I-ft 1Vedneday j: in PennsIcania and III I'n. in WIMHMsin. Weird Serial Photoplay
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weeks.i witli- her, grandmother.\ :Mis." J. Van- .
for her former" home in Omaha! j'UH"' Thirteen, yearago :Mi, !So; ., I

N&h., to rrinam for several Months. i i, !' "' s Allah LOlli1I"p"n I Ii-ft" ... bait, died and 1 since that time -he h "MYSTERIES] OF MYRA"
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/! Nut" bread, made by i Wednesday fun k-oiiMlle, when 1' '' '' '' '.' '.' 'i' 'i' 'i' 'i' 'i' 'i' 'i' 'i' 'i' 'i' made, her home with her chilili. n Sixyiars
Buyutl'r .
Reed's !bakery. \\H--l: ,I' she will --pcnd some time \ i-it,"ig) h"T'grandmother. .+. 1.. ago she moved to Florida, with I (Second Episode ) i

:' She will leave lame i : CAMPBKI.L. r. her daughter. MrsKanstpr, and ha<

Bones Brut and fanlr'; havemove for Ti'iin-'ssee, wl"'l'ehe will ratter'". remained here until the time of her FRIDAYTHAT .
I IIdeath. Ii
have l IK.-CII located for nome time l I t REALISTIC PICTUREGRAFT
they > 1 had in health'for ''
Mr. and Mrs. C. W;. Griffin, :Miss though she been poor
of Hrudentown was / Mrs.: John Rowland returned to her some time. C C
Archie Turner Alma Griffin, Lawrence Gl'lffn'lllldMisM | I : : "
Turner home a{ Ix>ckhart Saturday after a The '
the guest of his brother, Ralph Marie Huddlebto: motored to ( deceased was the mother of' -

several days during, the present ort Meade. on Tuesday and stoppedat few weeks'visti-with'hor. mother. Mrs. nine children only two of whom are CO ING. SOONThe Great Preparedness. Picture
E. E. Brown. now living Will Newhart. of Mon- ''

week.When you order bread ask for "But the Bartow Bartow-Kissimmee en route home ball to game.J. witness. Miss Blanche Davis, of Kissimmee, dovia. Wis.-, and Mrs. Fansler] of this "THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE" 4 4INSURANCtandRMSTAT 4t
uncle"and ,
Nut my"b'y' Keed's bakery. 24-1't spent Sunday with her city. She became a Christian during
ter ,
F. O'Berry, in company with H aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Ygtes! I her early! womanhood and was a con j III t

M. Jo:, Bishop left for Birmingham, G. Seiver left Friday for 'a business Mrs. Richard Bronson, of f4uK- I sistent church member since, th.it '

Aln., Friday, where he will spend trip to Kansas City and St. Lc-iis. man, visited her sister, Mrs. Waiter.: time. Mcnuy friends in this city ------ - -

Homo time looking after business in- i They may extend their itinerary to Lanier, Tuesday.Mr. I mourn, her "loss.TRIPLETT. I 0I o o ooooooooooo ooooooo.ooooooooo.o.ooooo... I

tecests. includ.e points in Illinois and Tennes- Joel Yates and family /moved'

. Miss Margaret Archer, who has see. to the I>onegan and Johnston ran ::nat I I.EASESRJ l =NK.: [: I ILet

been visiting her uncle, W. J. Fripp, Sparks from the, kitchen chimney Canoe Creek this week. .

and family, left Suhday for her home caused' a small roof, fire at the home Mr. Wade Lanier has accepted the S. J. Triplett, formed editor of the I i : us insure your Life, your Health your Property.

- in Key West. of Fred Gilbert on Emmett street at position of overseer of Ijesley's ranch i'I St. Cloud Tribune was in the oily ,

noon Jwednesday. The fire department here.Miss today and stated that Ire 'had arrangled : Information in regard to property for
H. C. Lightsey, Howard Anderson Albina l to lease the Tribune from the Seminole '
for' was called and extinguished the Smith 'was here Tuesday : sale and rent cheerful;)" given. ;
and Graham Young left last night looking after the interest of the Land and Investment Company

Byron, Ga., where they will pack. and -one.blaze before any great damage was. canning club. II for a period of five years.; I II | j.: In addition to fifteen other good companies, we

: ship peaches. Mrs. Martha Yates, of Kissimmee : now represent the well known
Mrs. A. Rose, of the Park hotel, last week I Oiled paper has 'been found,' to !bean
Miss. Sadie Bryan will go. to Or- spent here with her son, :
; HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York
her dttu'jhter. :Miss material
lando nexit week to begin a course of accompanied by M_ r. Joel! Yates, and his family. excellent for packing

study to become a trained nurse in a Orpha, and ion, Chan, left. TLlPsdo\y ; Mr. .R. V. Lanier our county commissioner I tree seedlings, when shipped in crates. : I::>>. G. TAG1oTER: : i
for Detroit, Mich., for When crates not used
an jmlefinitei.stay. from this district arc paper-lined i
.- .Hospital there. While there Glenn; expects to :I with the Other commissioners, motorrl(! burlap makes a particularly ,mUsfaI ('- I .; Second Floor Citizens Bank Eldg. I Kissimmee: Fla. i
ov'r
Karl Morrow, who has been attending 'I I i I .,
take in automobile school. i I
-. Columbia (College ut ]rake 'j I II a course an .the Dixie Highway to Deer) Park aid\ j I tory wrapper. 01 0 Co Co 0 0 Co Co o 000Co Co 0000 0 0 Co 0 0 0 00000,I 000. ,

City has returned home for the summer I) Mrs. Oscar T. Conklm, anti children virility 'Tuesday. Mr. Lanier Reports --

vacation. j'I wh6 have been the .ju't" of J a pleasant time and! says the '.

1' :'1 r. and :Mrs. J. I). Clalk f'H.",.{.\t'l'nlI new roud is in splendid condition. :j jI ,.i
Mrs. J. C. Griffin, und children left weeks left last 'for I There was quitq sensation '
I I week Jjickson- [ a inj: SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFECT :'J
to
' Thursday for East Coast points Campbell I I ,
ville; where they will visit relatives( 'fu'sdaywAen we lea rn "
'' spend some time.. Mr. Griffin will'|(Tor some, time before returning to that Miss Flossie Bryant had "IQ'U! AT THEGRAYSTONE= '

join them later. their home in Miami. to Kissimmee with Robert Bron' .h .:

t Mrs. Alan J': MacDonough and: children and was married to him there Monday -
! Maxwell A. Kilvert president of HOTEL
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left Monday for PhoenixVille the South Florida & Gulf Railway, night. Weextend our congratulations ,' .
Pa. where they will spend the summer and best wishes to the young
lit and W. L. Dunne land commissioner, .

p,- with relatives.., of the same company spent several couple COMItt'. AGIN. $10 Per Wee and Up. X '

'Miss Hapabel Hyer, of Orlando days in Kissimmee last week. They Miss Blanche Fernea, who drives a

'who has been the attractive guest of I l are making arrangements for the delivery auto car iTor a Phiiadolphia O. C. PIERCE Manager ,1j k kt
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Miss Verna Holt for the past week opening up of a portion of the road florist is the only woma holding sucha t

has returned home. within the next few days., position in that city. : i,

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The Kissimmee :Valley '' .Gazette come from there?' And: it placed hint :in *. most forced'to abandon their project,'tt npngljr. almostin "J

uncomfortable position, to judge from the'Ta,mpa tight of the'coaL.; ,." ...

Tribune; which protested) against 'intruding an issue ."On: my tract I find i in a well' a black putty Notice To ReadersU :
I"M4 .. ....... (prohibition) into the racer looking substance that'exhudes some oil. In a deep
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1...' .. rauiy ._ ..._. aria. ,.
"However prohibition, and anti-liquor legislition canyon I find solid bed of black sandstone in largirockylooking .'

( W. B.. HA MM I. AND B,. O..TAN AOXBW OW... generally, is an issue 'that has so far intruded boulder, a dark scum on the water ,' ..
B. !ID. HAWOLB-B li.r sad M...aser.l.a.erlptI. into the 'personal liberties of the people that no oozing out of a large .prinzh a gas bubbling upon U receiT a copy 'of the Valler Cwette aa d..

I man can ignore it as a matter of public business the lake whlcInhudea\ some oiL I have submitted c1eD l of, the Stat. of Florida, you .ee
.. A..lOs. and corqmon' morality. The Metropolis U glad Copy On* Tear. ?.....*.....?...?_.......... II,(. and it inf,thrust Vjpv* you without yotf having '
0.. Copy Biz Month .._.........-....>..... 1.00 .> tHat Hillsborough and Pinellas counties are .go., they pronounce as good shoWingt. !If you are act a regular subscriber, the paper is beinf-wnl yon
:Vn. Copt Thr, atonth* .........__....._.._ .n ing to have a representative in Tallahassee who i is "'On a recent trip I was impressed with the sul M aa, advertisement of Kissinmee and Osceola county and the subscription -

pledged to vote against the corrupt interests that phur possibilities, which appear in more than negligible b being paid for by the Board of County CommM oiim of e
All eommunleatlon. except from our. authorise* !keep- the liquor traffic fastened l like leech' the quantities i in flowing water wells and sulphur for.-m the
Nrr..pondenl.. mu.t b* .Ia-n"d by the ...rlt.r. a to Osceola county from the Special Publicity Fund, pronded
lt*i.ct.d matter will not b. returned unless caned I otherwise promising growlh -of Tampa town" spring. and I believe that valuable sulphur depositswill tax budget each .

1 tor. ... .. . "be found if this section is' tested out. for oil' and It will be sent year.to you fot several months with hte hope of inter.

(Bnt-vd In th. Po.l of flee. In KUilmmee, FloHd. CONGRESSMAN SEARS RENOMINATED. . "a., eating yon in this section of Florida. If you are interested we invite .
M a.oond-clas. miller) -.. -..... In the Indian river section,- also thev is good I too to wriU-fer further information, or )'ou'ma, write to the Board
Congressman W. known here reason to believe that great oil 'deposits are awaiting of Board of Tradeof
JUNE 16 1916. J. Sears among of County Commissioners, Board of Trade Kissimmee .
FRIDAY discovery 'and that some day -and that) not -
homefolks and of others'Ihroughoul advertisers.
to thousands!! St Cloud or any of oar ,
-- the state 'Of f Florida as Joe Sears has been renomi-. very far distant this source of wealths-will' be an- W. hope that you will read the Valley Gaitette! each week and

I, Bulkhead Lake T oho elaliga'! I naled as the Democratic .anilidalp for Representa, other Joadstone! to bring prospectors and settlers' to that we may be the mean of brinfinf you here as a visitor, if not asa

-: : live from the Fourth District. His rcnomination .in I Florida. : permane9t resident or an investor. -

Yes siree, it's up there to'slay. Democratic Florida is equal lo re-election I : :-- Remember, if you are not a subscriber and are a non-resident I
I We join with his many friends in extending t to I DAILY PAPER FOR KISSIMMEE. of the State of Florida, no charge will be made to you for the subscription ....'

-- him our congratulations. His was a victory worthyof which will be paid by the .County Commissioners. -
We mean our weekly slogan and il 1 will slay un- :| congratulation. We contended during the campaign I. When a boy grows up he casts aside his knickerbockers 'j'jI

til action is taken. : and vet contend that he should have been! returned |I for I ull.srownrousers.\ -..
When a town Teaches that stage of development: -
-- : : - f lo Washington, without opposition. He deserved

,; The city council is growing lukewarm again on : that recognition for his record of achieve- I which entitles it to be'.called a city it-begins' to pu: -0 H C 600 : 'f

l the proposition. Why not ray a word to the members s' menls for I his district a record which has scarcely on city airs.Kissimmee. 'ooC:1
l ? i.f f ever been equalled by a new congressman with I has long since passed! the town stage.

fr -- less than six months. legislative\: service. Unfortunately 'She I is now a city in ,all. the term Implies. She hat i Letters From Our Readers l' !

When L D. Jones resigned as' general manage! > despite ihe f fact thai he accomplished the adopted city airs.

,* of the Flonda Citrus Exchange because of some 1 11 many things that he did accomplish he stood in the Cao: ,firm is our faith in these statements ,that we OOtoo.o oO O..OOHHOOO O o .c oo.otO }

I antagonism to him among the members of f the boardof I way of the political aspirations of others. Becauseof believe Kissimmee is entitled to more city conveniences :
dabbles
possesses. As evidence of this FROM SOUTH DAKOTA. In noisy politics it never : \
than she :
directors this organization of fruit growers lost a this he was forced to make another campaign now *
that for tie noisyrabblgs.
It cuts out all
man who has given it three years of.,,faithful and I for re-election before: he had opportunity to reallyI we with to announce that on October lit next the
Editor Kimnrnraee GazetteI .
elective: service. We regret to learn of his resignation I begin his career in the nation's capital.His DAILY GAZETTE will make its appearance. \ Valley )
had under the am enclosing check for one yarlsBubscnptfon. It tells of th" markets wh-re cheapest -
s..! and trust that the Exchange will secure a good re-election over two opponents with a majority We have long consideration mat-
elf\ r,4n 'to take his place. I of between 3000 and 4000 votes was remark- ler ol-launching a' daily newspaper just as >oon as Would you also kindly to buy

'alf -- : : .' 'able considering the fact that he had no campaign we believed the city would lend \t support to such send me one or two copies of your From dandy fine roihte: |N> a luscious

.'; According to returns from various counties the manager no headquartres and spent less than a a', enterprise. Recently we have been approachedby paper dated May 12th with Dr.ltolt's mince pie.
number of business with that address to the class o( 10. My Then let the scales fu-M from over
f in men a suggestion
next legislature will be an experienced law-making 'month the district. He was high man in nine a
body for not less than sixty-four of its members if counties and lost one county by 78 votes and another we begin the publication of a daily newspaper. So paper got destroyed and I would like your eyes

:!b hold-over} senators-are.included, have bad previous I by five. He made 'the race solely upon his insistent has become this demand that alter giving to have il very much. And editor!

'It: experience. This number constitute a majority ol merits and did not attack the record of either of his the matter due consideration we have decided to I I greatly appreciate your paper ,;

,;:: the members, for there will be 107 members m the opponents I In his speeches emphasized fact definitely announce our intentions. and the work you are doing: for KU- It tells of the hl "t"'iI.i it tells of
the electors should for the best According to our present plans the daily will be simmee and surrounding! country
.))1. 1917 Assembly seventy-five in the house and thirty. at vole man qual- the dead
..; two in the senate. : I ed regardless of residence personal obligations or I issued during October. November December. January Yours vry truly, It tells of the young folk; avid, ) when
and March as is the custom with a P. S. CHAMPLIN.
February
:1/ -1'f :- the precedent of giving a congressman a second they are wc-d ,
We congratulate Bob Holly editor of the Sanford 1 term I number of Honda newspapers. The winter seasonis Elk Point S. O It boost* many subj-cl t olvhith __

,II Herald, upon his defeat in the race for representative Nowhere was he more emphatic in calling attention ihe most prosperous season in Florida and we more ..hould IK- s .id
1 i. of Seminole county in the Stale Legisla I! to these statements than in Kissimmee. yet here I have selected these months in which to test the feeling THIS ONE=," IS' POETIC. And if needing nc\v id1 it puts

1'', ture. We believe Seminole county needs him more he received 434 votes out of the 503 cast for congressman of our patrons toward such an enterprise. If Editor GazetteIn :- them in your held

k at home at his job of boosting any and everything I This regardless of the fact that he spent the patropage is such as to merit a continuation of I a mood of good fellowship to the If you are on the gui\ 's, il .,oo.i has
j for the betterment of his city and county. Florida only two days of the campaign here and made onlyone the daily during the remainder of the year we will Gazette and partly the \town heard u you righted/ .

i y ; fits in most cases wisely refused to honor her editor'l speech. The people here who know him best be only too glad to make .it a year-round publica I of the street, I have bungled a few And how to cast the vote, it explains

.t4 -with public office believing that they are showed the esteem in which they regard him and tion. 1 lines. You Ire free to cut in, cutout to tile ,'hort:sigl.e,:d.
\t') keep the officials at their duty by moulding public I the confidence they have in his ability to represent Willis B. Powell, a successful publisher of daily dtmn condemn use 01 destroy

".:' opinion through the columns of their papers. the district ably and well. It was a tribute to him newspapers in small cities in Flonda. recently wrote I Hero it is-: It
l''' -" '- that in ihe city to which he came when only seven an article for the Valley Gazette upon "How to I No Jo h. out of court

rt. The closeness of the race between Sidney J. years of age and in which he has lived for 34 years, Make a Financial Success of a Small Country. Are you reading tIe, Valley Gazette It toll'" cf nl! our winnings' ill our

Catts and W. V. Knott for governor of Florida with almost a unanimous vote was cast in his favor. He Daily." In that article he said in part : I Or are you still out in the cold and fields of sport ,

l y",. each claiming election on unofficial/ figures, has did not seek to influence the voters of his home "There are seven days between the publication wet But for the mulish kicker. .IL never

t i't'' caused the publication in many newspapers of the,4I' Vily by his presence at !the polls and notwit standing days of the weekly. One can do much in seven If you want then news, why. take it holes a beth,

\: opinion that the final settlement of the question of the fact that he was in Kissimmee all of elec- days-and much does occur. second,handed. Ft deems them nauseou'; weeds, a .

ft who will be the next governor may be left to the tion day he did not spend more tharl thirty minutes. "The grocer'receiving a fresh shipment of strawberries White[ the old-timcy r gives it, by the blemish to the t-anh *

;' courts. We hope that such will not be the case. at the polling place. on Friday cannot wail until the next Thurs r Ownership branded Now if you want to go to !H.avl'n.. ...

:f: But the people of Kissimmee know Joe Sears.In day to Advertise them ; the dry goods man hap- For its county and town, it's surely hitch on to the old (;lIzel'......

Ii 4 DRIVE THE TICK FROM OSCEOLA.We all of the nineteen years in which he has taken pens lo have a new line of mill-ends that he wants I a booster Or the other way to go just sUiy out

-:- part in public affairs and in numerous political campaigns to turn over real quick---they come on Friday and And overSthem.\ crowing to beat the in the wet.

:: . believe that the cattlemen of Osceola county he' has never lost the Kissimmee precinct. he wants a big sale on Saturday-he gets out a few',( old rooster A HKADERpeOpIo .

are just as progressive a set of men as can be foundin When the people of the rest of the district learnto handbills plasters! up the front of his store fir ...

\ the business anywhere in the stale of Florida. know Joe Sears as we of Kissimmee know him the sidewalk with the announcement, The lawyerhas :

The large attendance which characterized the they will be ready and willing to return him lo a legal that has to be inserted the correct num-

"Anti-Tick Conference" held here last week proved Washington as their servant in the halls of congress ber of times to come 'within; the neXt rule day- ahe What My Neighbors Have Done I

c that they are interested in this movement to drive without opposition. They will not regret having seeks a daily' newspaper because the weekly lacks''' ( Milton .
o I this arch-enemy of the cattle from this section': of returned him for another term and we believe that just one day of getting ,under the wire. There are By Pledger )

the state. when thai"term' )has ended he will be stronger with many happenings the daily program of the move j ..

they went on record in_favor of the jtate-wide: the people he represents than he is now. I ing picture company, and the other entertainments The subject of barbarism is an in. had no more difficulty in understanding

movement to eradicate the tick. Their. action won We predict for Congressman "Joe" Sean a career that need last minute advertising Icouldtake a I terestlng study As far back fts we that then, than they do, eo.

new laurels for the county. one of the progressive of which we' of Kissimmee may feel especially column telling you of the various reasons of the advertising "have history or Bible, we can see thatit now. When Jesus came on' earth. He

counties of the state.! The meeting here-was the proud and one which will make the Fourth District support given a daily. In a few words is it was prevalent from the time when came not to destroy or "chancy, one

ft:: first of the kind la ,the state and the resolutions conscious of having chosen wisely and well. Lesl expressed", as live advertising and as such, pro Cain killed his brother Abel and as jot or one title" but \to fulfill the' law:

'I. passed here put the county in the forefront of the I - -- duces results and the advertiser is pleased and there- the world grew older and the. people The law of Moses i-- in for.c today
,
: '' OIL WELL WORK .TO BE RESUMED. fore becomes an advertiser rather than one who puts became more plentiful the ratio of as it was in the iays of )lor, Yet we

;: fight.We would like to see some definite plan startedat I his ,announcement in the paper to help It along. i iI personal violence was almost at the Ikill. They killed then and kill yet.

'I once to'rid Osceola county as a whole of the Publication of a news item that work on the I.he- Country \Daily is with us. II has proven same ratio as it had been at the time The ratio of killing is not "an (treat

a tick. If we could be the first large cattle-raising! ail well near Kissimmee will be resumed within ,t'' itself a hxture It is a necessity In any live commu- of the first murder Even down un- now as it was then, it is true but we

Y county of the stale to accomplish this result 4! would: i iu short time is especially pleasing to the Valley G.l- arty, and the newspaper man now (firmly establishedin til comparatively recent times the still kill. .

be worth thousands of dollars in advertising, not 10 I relle\ We are glad to know that this work vs.II >"e any town ol 2t>OU lo 10,000 who will not give law functioned. the infliction of the: We have a law in Honda providingthat

}{f I mention the benefits which will directly affect the he
.,: stock rais'r : means, who have faith in the plo)ecl. The question rels because some Live One will slip in while is trims, suc-h us larceny and many other "from| a 1"'IIH'llal..d: dl.i/II", that

: The eradication of tick \try: the dipping processis Df whether or not there is oil to he found under the' not looking and beat him to the Game things, that a great many people 1 such person upon conviction\ therefor

,.' no longer an experiment, il is an accomplished I sod! of Florida has been muchly argued of late years "Ihns 1 I; the day ol KiogiessIhe Ihe. ,uf, today| do!< with mipumtj and ,constantly "hall 1 be- puiisluil, by (eI'ath"l Yet

11' fact. I and there seems to be a general coo ensvs of op non "I newspaper talks it, and welcomes it. escape apprehension, und if the God; of \hiithnin baud: 1 to Mews :

Why not' begin at once concerted action to rid amonR KeolaKists that Flonda may furnish t tlrt mall store thai blanches, into a great mercantile establishment upprehendcd'the! puns." hincnt: I" u I"Th"I I .i slmlt' not kill"


I:' saying lo other counties"Osceola, as the premier r well here puts Kissmirnte to the f forefront small factory that glows into a great industrial During the time, the vvoild, has been 1"(1. Nod to ccuifoini to it, i I. to violate

cattle raising county of the stale, has set the l example In the investigations: and if oil is found by the new ;'lant is even a greater factor in the 10\\11" progress \!- growing and becoming f rill;((1 with it in Hu' flu.,. "r tli,,, t 'limits' of,

;i'R' for all the rest and urges you to follow in her company untold b..nehlsle i suie lo accrue lo this ; the small tai mer who. become a greal agriLulluitbl people| who hah'n constantly lesiis, and4 I, dire. c ha'I'I.I.I'' :, : withkiun
t" i 01 is heralded ab the forerunner ol a making piogic1, s river I their 'H'e..t-: ..
'fT footsteps section__ : giowu! iri"-I\: violating' ( ,"cf: I:,w 'to(
i Minufacluiers: Recoid new eiaI vviie yet a long ways fiom that : ". .
1 he current issue i of that I 1\11" : I 1"1'1.I 'a'III"1: eI'I"q.'I1c', ''n ,
not the weekly newspiper 11/. life 'hat t 11.is (:\\111) tiiiuttlitnmtM 1
I hen why position
G.V, Goner ( ',;,
: LOCAL..OPTION A DEAD ISSUE. publishes| an article written by vice all :7gci 1 >ry 'l |1'I"'' | cl lac a hintIlhey '
lorlh from iU gnnd! and comes out ,' "nul],| htse. t'ic' \voild. li'lfi\, <'
Ii ,ucsiiJf.nl of the City National.. Hank of Dawsi'ijioign .. breaks eaoy I cafihol, ,ilo) ''o"nis'Ivi',,''
-; and the' ,sevcial, Jaily. Iakc"le.1II keeping with things that. lend lo that it i-. try IIII every day. I to, I b, "<'onunion '. I \\.1\: . .
01 l
J, The just caused! has. proven once ( in which ale given ' names I K\t (Ibc I" (I.iu, lOr( :ill
campaign and I like. ,,,ml I Ilhid,
-', that llie, candidate in the futile\: who has Ihe omp.uiifs who, nre organized or' oiKi!; \ni/inK lo lestthe make a town a uly. inoii-" \vc :II",'" 'lid.ul SCCllO" a,s a ,"h'.l.t,1,), ( t |,I for.
for all stands lirsl of all slates( of ,the Union ill I'.fricc is our dilly to, ,!I.>, thUl li> ,
'I loiida .
plat- \\esl I Floivla. 111 "oI"j lei ( ,
r I.} himself a local option oil pos-ibililies ol I I s 1.1'lIt.' |'h',1|| ,| |I. |", .W iiitoll"
qn
-temei'ly lo announce the number of daily livi- to the .staniianl; I of ,/It.s.iv'teachings
ol vilh like! population in parirrx bay : up ,; ,
stale-wide prohibition is sine 1h West t Honda Oil Companj. a $10.0001Vasling'in a III I'Ii| | "I.1 I "ill,|| ;rnsw,, ,', any
opposed such. .
form \HS fwo candidates m lb,- maj j .1 races in th'. { omit>' (Florida! ) loipoialion.. w.th I( and stand al the head ol many stales ... uttack. hut ;inv' one. has> to oak.. up
.,+ defeat rec >I nni/ed as thr .vowed Can ;Uessis, I I. I 1), :viic. |"lesidcMil : A. A, llvers.1r.| site double' its population And" 1 do not know of one Pi, >f fd'>l arl('"' that the vToiM hisreached ; Oil 'till .i aI.t.'i: titull fyi'., -th--"T11111
vc-rr
'a. .
recen didales p-imaiv of the local option crowd and U is .casern. 1'-1:1! (,,\\11. and J J. B lean;] Jr. scriet.uv and II..a'-1 hat is not making money perfect n stage as it is nine l ' t 1IIIIt." upon| a !pin : me''OIl i | allfl, !
for hunn nil to iltUiti in
that l they ie eived practically; the user )has, liein organized!: lo drill lor oil in Washing I possible : ) I human sliiniliiont: and mviticisni criti
able 'o ?i iposc; HAVE COUNTY FAIR. that respect I answer you :I don'tallow
full' :. 'h: c.l th ""el'ole," vet neither was a Ion county, I I. knif.li! and I learnt )have, their equip LET'S of it usTi I nieasure
s 'Ir yourself to be fooled/ vvjith that I
wh-eh he look part mill ouiend .mil,, will soon commeiiLe to drill in II licre me today of the UnitedMaine
IJ facto 'in the race IP already one of the l Ijesl ad- line of prejudices The fuulr. i. your I .
such of land he writes, Osceola county is Stat s/k.msis. : .
1 I". the reuglll/ed local option{ centers! Ihe iminc.li.ile vicinity my tract ,, Mmnc otn, ,
m in with ,1'1 a"on.ll'd with them! Inle I- erli I base
.ndidale, for ihr leizr I"t"r a | I I "I I hcse ti' tie- an Oregon, Rhoda .
as la" i a be belelr advertised to You are too willing to find an tx
., statewide p' nl-iUifon were elected menl; geologic!: liom Mexico:\ who says that his two Why should 1 it even!! Washiniftin and! Wisconsin" th..t have
lot m lavoriiK theCHld large ruse to stop-sone< place to lay the
,.fard.trw !Maimi M'lropohs ays : I leads point him to this vicinity at no "capital JIIIJ1..hrw'nt" tatiite in
.1 tin-. ,
In .
advertised elf
lo blame To
of die\ Co 30.000 Uhy shouldn t it be even better except on jour assume th sir; is: )
has received another 'Ihe. Bonheur Development I a, ror Only a few yetis 'KU, but
? "John Bailevcoin ,'icl 1 1ti 1 ria. with Mr B. M Cateiesidrnt'has ;. live displays during the winter season when the the popular orthodox/ view of it; .Je- fOil i of dust had "
,ha- I Iaa', !lo 1 le-ve' I lass,, w lordfjon of allahassee] ; such I I.us.: Let'II,
'i.\ e
death s \ other slate live lIrth'in the fTesh If he
in ms on .
{ the rubbish of isv; : .one cIa}'.. 11 is 1'1 ; been orgam/ed to prospect and drill, tale I is filled with visOois from every not be any myi. bnijiniou', than our
old frame among t was a. God; he wai only so in spirit,
1 the nomination ,in \last: t luesdav s election i for oil. and are now drilling': in Wakulla counly, al a the Union ? n..lg-hhcl.s.
one beomg and its products help advertise l>ecaushe was a mn-just like the "
r lehevedu 500 with good of Why should its people 1 ''IP ,piopcinc-d, \ct '
and senate for F'o" '< '1.la ,hal nre ? depth of about feet assurances ii'jii'ndincr our 5
.. 01 a house other county by sending exhibits to men of today-flesh, blondlIwl 1 bono I muidoi,
for si.p.v.ide| prolnti- Finding oil. : some statute\ follows :
; be almost unanimously I, held attract visitors ? I lie taught ninny' leforms, and they I
Carabellei Fla., fairs and.expositions to "A bill,
entitle!
"I have a ]letter from a party al I. "An Act to \mencf\:
loan.. with both 'h-\ Tampa paper saying that a company has. been organized alSop-I There is. no good reason why we should not were not impossible for man to con Section :!JO;> of \the (;.ciural St.tuUs': f i
In Hillsboro county and all this advertising ourSJves. form to. That was the reason lie ;,
4'j valianlly'and vehemently lor his clec! I choppy. 'Fla.. with equipment now on the ground : have all these visitors of the State of Honda rcl-xtive'to
working came on earth as n man-to showman I
: who refused to premise a vote for stale I and will soon begin to drill fpr oil. 4 :: I :Murder
"I,, lion. the man drilledfor \ We have it. if we will but put our shouldersto that he could! live right, if he "Be
it enacted.1
amendment I lost out. and his op- "During I905c and 1907 Iwo .companies I can I r by the .Legislature
wide prohibition fair idea. would. We 'are too ready to
i Florida between the wheel and push ihe county worship of the Slate' of '
e out-and-out prohibition man Doyle f oil in Washington "counly, Florida. ?
and been named to consider plans Jesus as a God rather than lire like -
ponent has .
feet I' A" committee "Sec,
700 1. See
by large majority vole Chipley and St. Andrews, Bay one going 3205 of the General . .
Carlton-won a is him as a man. .
commitetee at
The
an'enterprise.. now 'I
that for such Statutes be
the the Tnbune-and-limes; and striking oil shale with combustible gas : amended to read as fol-
"During campaign Let's look .at some of the laws of
C! define and produce heat and the-,, lows: _
asked to would readily burn great '
,
Charles H. Brown. wa work.Let's v
f candidate I did and sinking sufficient all turn out and help the committee. Hon- this Christianized country of "God I "See 3205 urvlaw"ful
prohibition. He other about 900 feet gas I Murder.-The 9F
state-wide I going "
Ins altitude- toward 75 feet the I effort and concerted action will put Us in shapeto Tearingpeople.. I killing of
it-perhap. he doe sn I to blow'mud and water in air. I est a human being, when
believes
not dare say he in I annual Osceola County Fair next When God gave the commandment
indications first
definite hold the from
perpetrated
Ii seemed itwke .
to a
"wet"and t These two premeditated de- ++
f because isn't HilUborough county i>n companies to MOles: "Thou alialt not kill." The I -
fi eU...?county,. "wet," aid weren't his votes to but their capital was limited and they were :I winter. I (Continued, on page 9.), .

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I' '2:30''- ,bo-Qiertloa BotfjT answers id, sterelopwrn't. eT .Florida's' g oI ld.q "
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ATEltSUHD; Y ,. ; ; BK NATAL MYPKIHC by Wat Conine,1T's:; Demonstratioa forage crop,. '"Natal lOns/ ;'that- J'MOIEIIMtMAHiUlLS; :
( [lAS' Agent for Lake CountyX, .* ns) nignesv tkislopnwnt bathe
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METHODIST' SUNDAY SCHOOL ) ai' W' KOBSXMAIITM*ST. CLouD, 2:45 p.",av Nata1"Graa'Oth' Signed:* Lake-County Chamber' of' Ruf'au'baOsceola county's
Counties C.::. W.'Mersemanel St.
RENDERS ,EXCEPTIONALLY -, WILL BE ONE OT TIlE SPEAKERS H U' Cossnteros,,G. G.. Ware: .," Pres, I leading' cattJ.men.. has developed tnjto -
FINE' .,PROGRAM UNDER"',TITLE Many ;Tamp*,Citizen Sa AT' CCLEBKATION: AT Cloud, Osceola county Special Cetnnittea for, Natal Hay,, '; an importer of new breeding stockto
ehc 'Or4 JTHE KING'S GARDEN" In the Pat Five GRAND ISLAND' JTJICK 29TIL 'l'ZdSa: p. --1(1"" ] Opinion"of 'Natal Day: C. W.,and W. If. Bay!..., T. improve the native 'cattle' of Flour
'MUSICAND RECITATIONS ,. J AND KANT WILL ATTENDPROCKAU : Hay," by Prof. C. K. Quarrio, State. IL -Adair. L..D. Edge: C 0. :Roe. Gilbert ida. Recently he sold in this sectiona.'carload .

WELL., GIVEN. ,, SENT OUT. Experiment Station, GafaesviUe. LeachJ, ( M. Lowry, .C., E. I of Brahman bulls, brought
.,-:' I Remarkable Results.;. 8:06 PL nx..."State Press Opinion Woods, Chairman. > from Texas.. 1

."The Kinds, Garden. an ,except .Kent. I Lake Vonnty will celebrate? Natal of Natal Grass," by Gilbert M. Leach, . ; This week he shipped in another

tiona-Ily pleasing antata, ,'was render.I Day on June ,20th .with a big Editor Loea lure Commercial. A regular morning'operation of the car load of 88 head, which he 'immediately .. ; -
ed at the Methodist" church Sunday '1'.. be.a sufrwwrfrom wide educational picnic at Grand! ..3:10p.. m. "Cattle Industry .in bowel. puts you In fihe shape for the sold to E.: C. Beuchler, man*- v,
{ morning, celebrating: CbUd n'a Day. bI..t t>i.ints for from years thin and.all to too bear all ,. located on the A. C. L. rail: Florida," Dr. W. F. Blackman, pres- day's work. If you nilss it you feel uncomfortable gee of the Anthony'.Farms, located. ,
Potted plants and large bouquets converted vent and then V* .. and on the sand-asphalt Dude ident Florida Livestock Association. and cannot put vim into near Ocala. t
the rostrum into miniature rvr night, I* Ilk* hartn* ., talks Bass hi firmly convinced Chat
a .*r.am com true. I 4110 p. m.-10-mlnnte by Col. your movements. For all bowel ir Mr.
,garden and gilt letters 'bearing thelegend _This hus been IBs ........' Among the speakera'at the celebra Edgar Wright Editor Florida GrowT regularities, HER INE is the reme- these balls will prove big help inImproving'
"King's Garden," were suspended this thousands dreaded of malady former who..ulT.r r. will! be C. W. Morsman of St er, of Tampa and Mr. Will M. Traer, dy. It purifies, strengthens and -reg the Florida cattle and ,he '
from the ceiling. Misses Andes tfic new ......o."tn. It is also likely that a num Editor Florida >''Farmer and Home- ulates.>I Price 60c. Sold by O-ceola is fast convincing other cattlemen of I
Helen Bass and Ethel Robersori di. which nltli nature to restore : of Osceola county people will at- seeker, Jacksonville, Fla.: Pharmacy. I the same thing. Ho says he will e
rected the program having assigned ach work to iii.u the dome habit/ It of well 1oln. a : !' i I There will 'be a display' of good, I bring in another car load within the
the numbers and drilled the childrenin The present day mode ->f next few weeks.
the bad and indifferent- Natal hay seed.
l' The program n nt out by com- : '
their' parts while Miss Ruby Pre- raised overwork havoc Ad stomach wit! stomachs'>r .... in charge reads as follows: Vehy important. CUT YOUR WEEDS IS r
made of the
vatt assisted "as accompanist! The Finest handbag are
abused overeating and hy balea
by A miniature model baler will
In of : is- soft leathers.
proclamation richest silks velvets and
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processional, las;, end other faulty m lho"<1 pursuance ,
opening number a par-
Inc, cause no endless 'by Governor 1 Park Trammell!, quantity of genuine Natal hay in WARNING OF OFFICERSMayor ,
members --- -- ---
ticiated mjby about fifty of the mrnts, amonir them hot nK 1 June 20, 1916, will be cel small bales,. 6x6xi2 |inches, for free r
of the primary department and i of the 11 r..", kidney trouble. I distribution. Lake ''county natal hay r.
with speeches and a basket
I disease. catarrhal affections ,
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younger classes of the school was especially *t. and nervous breakdown at Grand Island three, milns : won blue ribbons a at Tampa, Orlando H. R. May and City Mar-
effective,.the little tots enter-I bition and .blood troublaa.CThOM of Eustis with the follow and Tavares Fairs. There are thou- shall G. W. Overstreet want all the!
ing the auditorium to the the Meal madlcln so affected. as will men program. -rf : sands of acres of Natal hay in and weeds cut on the vacant lots and on esrsAWMiiTMACHINERY1
i :the inspiring music, each waving In all walks of llf. are dally near Grand Island.I lawns alongside the property, of Kis
their flowers aloft and singing their drln* the, benefits ..".. Special I low excraioifrtf&ets J( oiT A.
case of rain shelter in store de- simmee people cut down.
bri Introduce Andes h. L. R. R. to be sold from Pafifltd, \,
Joyous song. .At the close of this a household word; I Its I records pot, packing houses, new school house They have authorized the Valley. AMD
number the flower were used to bank have been very crest: Its Ocala, Lakeland and all church and residences, which still be Gactette to say that unless the weedsare ALL SUPPLIES
based on merit alone; It. points on June 19 and 1.
the: altar rail. The following numbers """
nto all.Platform cut within a reasonable time the
tlser Is the former sufferer ope
of the, program were rendered!: been relieved The '& with final limit June 21, trains, for speakers in shady city will do the work and charge the Write; For Pric* And
Rev. W. S. Lawler working day and night to ; ving at Grind Island at.9:22 a. m. k
Prayer by ; songby
trove. Long table for diners, petrify cost against the property.
rrsat demand whlrh has ** Leesburg and via Sanford and / CoUlogue ,
:' the, congregation: ; song "Chil for Andes throughout the of space for automobiles. Grand Island The officials are determined to
. dren's Day,"' class .-children; announcement -, Nervous tired-out( men at 10:40 a. m. Trains depart is on a high elevation on as- make the town look neat an4 clean
I of the program 'theme,I Il or those suffering/from 4:30 p. m. from Grand Isfend' for phalt road on Dixie Highway be- and unlesf the property owners will

l Etupt. J. L Overstreet; reading "The ney, liver, intestinal Tavares. etc. Train 'leaves tween Eustis "and Leesburg between ,help, they will take the matter in
: King's Garden," Gladys Griffin; "But ble should visit Corner Island for Leesburg and points Lake Yale and Eustis, three miles their own hands and see that the workis
terfly; Flower" reading by Geral- Kissimmee where 1>1'. and, south at 8:30 p. m. from the city of Eustis. done.

dine-LesleX:: reading, "The Forget Me will explain the virtues and Program. Grand Island is easily reached by r -, yJ
Not," Ada Hebt; song, "Flower Chil- ful cures effected by Andes 9:22.. m. and 10:30: trains and,au autos from all sections of Central and The County Commissioners of Du-
dren," Miss Lola Lawler's class; tion. the master medicine. met by committees Lake South Florida, over brick and asphalt val county will install dipping vats 1
reading, "How Birds and Flowers Chamber of Comm<3roo.Invocat.ion. roads of adjoining counties a for cattle throughout the county at
Helen Wimx reading, "The 0000-00 + + oOo + + + :
Pray, ; ,
delightful ride on the "Velvet Way. an early date.
Father's Care," Elizabeth Parker; COUNTY 10:30. : a. m.-Welcome address by The celebration is for the educationof I 1 #.
<,chorus "Birds and Butterflies;" recitation -0 MEETING NEWS H. Adair, president Grand; Island Floridans especially in the grout I'
oOooOooOo + + + + + + + + +
; "Our Cradle Roll Babies, Hay Association. industry of raising Natal hay and catBAiiLiTEiTii- CHICHESTER s PILLS
Alta 'Ruth Overstreet. Maynard C. D. Harris of the firm 10:45: -Response, "C. E. Woods edi " Paulk Carolyn Griffin, Hazel Miller bell & Harris engineers, Eustis Lake Region, historian of I x.1..1...I...._A.k_.W.-.lan." OJ.
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Geneva Roberson, Al Gilbert, Lena was before the board"at Grass. 1o.._. .ad Yk 11d.cue., Is
and Ruby Driggers, Josephine Griffin; held Monday to take up 10:60 Address, G. G Ware, Lees ABIl< ....r.. "r. l
reading. "Presentation of Flowers," the matter of road president Lake County Cham- .. ,..IA..._.II._..-4.K.4N. PI._,. SHSOLD Ask Your ..

Eleanor Overstreet; reading, "Bless Special Road and..Bridge- of Commerce. BY DRUGGISTS EVlKirmUEJX__ h _, __ __
ing for the Blessed," Cathryne Tiller; 2. He' put in a bid for the 11:00 to' 12:30-Visitors viewing .
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Cradle Roll Lullaby, Johnnie Bronson E. Johnston and Alan J. hay fields in automobiles, fur-
and Clara Ploeta; reading, "Com- bilh of Kissimmee, also free to all ,
ing of the King," Dorothy Wells; fir the work. The All who can are requested to bring Don't suffer from the ill effects of
reading, "Everybody's Business"! postponed the matter and filled baskets and a committee an inactive liver, such as headache indigestion -
Clyde Harris; reading, "Weeds and advertise for bids for the take care of them. constipation, lack of energy
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., Deeds," Margaret Wlnn; song, "How Abundance of hot coffee will he and low spirits, when for a little mon- IVtR "
They Grow;" offering speech Anna J. H. Walker H. C. free for all. ey you can get a remedy of proved atONNeo$
Turner; "Helpers in the Garden," J. K. Hilliard were named Refreshments on grounds served by merit., GRIGSBY'S LlVVERLAXwill
Preston Johnson Eustis Peaks, Irvin trustees for Special Road C. T. U. and Ladies' Aid. get your liver right and let you 4-11
Drigger Mary Gilbert Athalie Grif- 'District No. 2. 12:30 p. .-Big basket dinner on enjoy better health and brighter spir- ?f
fin and Evelyn Paulk'r.ading; "Moth- grounds at Grand Island depot. its. LIV-VER-LAX acts natrally and .9
.er' Hearts in the Garden," Clara The county commissioners 1:30 p. m.-Round table,discussion effectively. Has none of the dangersand
Ploctz; girl*' chorus, in costume $30 as a portion of a Y't various Natal grass 'subjects of bad after effects of calomel. Sold
'Outside the Garden;" reading: "My up by the citizens to .be interest, led by T. H. Adair, under an absolute money refund guar-
Heart ie My Little Garden," Fred M. Tucker now of Fort Island; A. B. Lees, Leesburg; antee at DOc and $1 a bottle. Each
Evans;' reading, "Children's Day," who recently found the V. DeVault, Umatill!; C. O. bottle is protected by the likeness of
Nellie Woodall; chorus, girls of MissHopson's Raymond Harris, who )" Clerrnont;, and other, L.K.-Grigsby- sale by Osceola '
das, "The World' Garden disappeared several years 2:15 p. m.-"Feeding, ,Qualities'of Pharmacy TVER, JOHNSON AND POPE BICYCLES
,doxology I .and benediction, board: .also Issued a t '
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' ; '. 'WJ\,. f. |30 to defray' the _ _ _ _L _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -- ---- - --- --, - - - ----. ---.- $lL Dew. TIME SAVERS '.; $5.00 per ..eIa'> '
'm Children,that"are"affected"by worms of J.-K. Hilliard who :I ,' ,- ., >Why should I buy my Blcycle\\l from Tne Bryan CycleBecause Co.t
they sell installments and don't have, takewhat
Are pale and .Ickl'; and liable to contract chobee to bring back the on. you
ou' can get You can make your own selection of Bi< Ie and
some 'fatal disoase. WHITE'S $3. O' have them equipped with any style: handle bars, saddle, ped and .
CREAM: "VERMIFUGE expels worms In every home where there tires that you want. i \
promptly and puts the child on the there should also be a Come in and make your own selection froiri our complete a \.
road to health. Price 25c per bottle. GEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It We carry everything for ,the Bicycle. Bicycle pairing a specialty A

Sold by: Osceola Pharmacy.The needed at any time to JACKSONVILLEAND Bryan C yolCho..' '
stomach, wind colic, I
Lake Worth Canning Company mer complaint. It is a
have canned to date 7,000 cans of tomatoes remedy contains no opium, RETURN C
and found ready local mar- or injurious drug of any ,
ket for the entire output. 25c and 50cj>er bottle. Sold JUNE 21st FOR SALE--:=CASH PREFERREDOne
ola Pharmacy.A ,
Mrs. H. M. Flagler has donated block' of Five; Lots in South. part\of Town. 250 I l3
$20,000 towards rebuilding of the $45,000 municipal
Flakier .Memorial' Hospital at St Augustine foot of Market street is to From KissimmeeVIA foot front, 208"foot depth. Rich Muck Sbil. adapted for

which was recently burned the city of Jacksonville. Banana 'or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city

ditch. Make your home pay for/itself.

C. A. CARSON. President. N. C BRYAN.
Atlantic Coast Line: I Apply ,VALLEY GAZETTE.


The Waters & Standard Railroad of the south TSHHR ,. - -

Ticket. .Sold June 21ft, limited to leave- Jacksonville """on"''''' ,["'',',',','>>I''W! ,,:::''u'' ::',:::::: :',=

on or before midnight, June. 24th. I ,

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' We :sell field.nd garden seeds of-all kind.. .,. E. DONEGAN President .. f

Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting ,and camping Kissimmmee Valley' Gazette K. WEAVER Cashier !
Free delivery in city limits, "Phone" No. 12. LARTIlUR .

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y. a r PAC M+; ELECTION, RETURN HER .PEOPLE WRITE 4> 4" f ; I., Section ::10 was I unconstitutional< far

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.L' .? 'OSCCOLA COUNTY Yf TO: TAKE' TANLAC +. . '.*.* .+;.oto'i.eee: >> ''| TO STATE contention'"The ,court and overruled J held Section all of 10 to these be

'Lake
i Hamilton voted lOUd for the
J,: w JACKSONVILLE OMAN good roads bonds-51 votes for the valid and enforceable and as you,;will
COMPILED BT THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. (FELT ..' SUPREME COURT, DECISION of County
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;TIRED AND MISERABLE ALL bonds: and Done agalnjt.1" Tn, tj 1.. I note :;idirected-tlw Board ,
QUOTED IN COUNTY
LETTER.TO ,
draw -warrant up-
. THE TIME phoning out the returns the error was Commissioners
I, I = I ,r I, I I I i BEFQRE TAKING made of getting "ono" againot, Instead .COMMISSIONERS, ASKING I)Ion the County Treasurer payable W
PRECINCTS I TANLAC -FEELS
_. I t g I I I I I :I ..j I II.. I!, FINE NOW., of "none"'against Lake Ham::' 'THAT' FIFTEEN PER CENT OF the State Treasurer for all amounts
.Q y -
oM I I \ AV'TO'LICENSES'BE REMITTEDTO !
I collected and paid over to '
!! / I I I liters is one of the four precinct in heretofore
h "My people j in Western Florida
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1 1M STATE'TREASURER.
: # 1 lco and directed -
r this account
oW 2: Polk t county that vote unanimouslyfor the county on'
f) I wrote me to.take Tanlac for my trouble V '
= 1 1. 1 r: I I Is .nd'th.t' I'm'a the:good roads bonds the others the Tax Collector'to hereafterfTi
why well
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.!! c .t woman ''Osceola must '' fifteen
county
a 'pay of all collections on
'\ lit E; a being Lake Wales Lake Alfred and make remittances
+ :': o.aJ' today, said Mrs. V. H. Gregory 2822 per cent of all automobile license
Jl J j Fisher street, whose husband is with Waverly. The vote here was within : tips account direct to the. State
z /ees into the state treasury for the Treasurer..
nine many votes
as Haines
J. 1 j .l J J .l the.construction department of the as City, use of'the State Road Department settles the J.
of
This
decision course
'ti' CAN IDATES. aimed H Standard Oil Company stationed in and a good many of our residents go F.
letter from Thomas
according to a
law of the and I am sending this
north in the case
Viee President V. 8.- oJ Jacksonville.Mrs. summer as yet.
West General. His letter .
,Elliott W. Major __-_____._ 68 3 6 46. 3 6 6 1 2 137 Is Mr. dnd Mrs. A. W. Meyers will Attorney copy to you in order that your board .
k it ., Thomas R. Marshall. _:'';.._ .290 9 16151 13 82 6 15l 31 11 5/ 648e Gregory a modes refined occupy the Harry S. Alloway resi- read at the meeting of the county of County Commissioners and your
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u. f3..Srn.tGr- little woman and has at many dence on Lake Gordon. They will commissioners Monday reads as fol- Tax Collector, may hsve the informa-.
Nathan p Bryan ______u_ 148 11 9 79 18 21 14 7 4 1 307 friends in this city. Like a great lows: tion. -
Albert W. Gilchtfst ___h .. 46 3 1 61 1 3 3 0 2 1 121 many others of her sex she shrinks open up a bakery in the Wagoner
Park Trammell ___h_____ 226 18 41 79 2 32 17 14 10 12 U6 from but feels building,.now occupied by tho electric Honorable' J. L Overstreet, You will note that' the amounts
Perry G. Wall _______u___ 101 4 2104 a 6 9 3 2 1 235 publictiy, it her duty Jjghl linemen. assoon: m the boys are Clerk Circuit Court, heretofore paid over by tho Tax Col- .
acp.; in Congress- to let other Buff+ring women know"i through with the wiring job here -- Kiseimrneel; .- Tector to the County; Treasurer on this

J. N. ______ ___._ just what this exceptional ,
Fogarty n 22 4 6 12 0 2 0 0 50FOl"J'Cst i | medicine the 1
12l 2j I which will require several weeks Dear Sir: Enclosed herewith I am account should bb remitted to
Lako __Uh_______ 47 5 21126 1 4 1 .2 4 222 has done for her. yet, ;
Ira' W. J. Sears hUn__ 434 18 16173 23 59 34 I6 9 791 although the electric lights are now handing you a copy of the peremp- State Treasurer by warrant of the fl
Member N.t'l Irm. Com.- 10l "I had pains in my limbs: all the in use at the hotel and elsewhere. tory writ of rrtondamnS issued by the Board of County Commissioners and'.

J. T. G. Cr.wford ._u____. 305 14 19201 16 25 14 11 4 621.. time," she continued, "and was. in a The city through the( Board of Supreme Court in the case brought to that all amounts not heretofore paid
Cromwell Gibbons _____ __ 91 4 7 55 5 16 6 4 6 4 197 terrible I I
u run down condition. It all :
just and
whether'or the Tax Collector
Goyrrnor- S Trade has contracted for street test the question of not over by

OF Sidney J. Catb hUhUh_ 229 6 33119 1{ '11 3 5 11 10 US: seemed liko I couldn't digest anythingand ,lights. These will\ ba at the railway the counties should pay over to the amounts not hereafter collected by

Ion L. Farris _.___nU-_ 62 1 2118 3 5 1 4 1 3 200 I would have bad indigestion and station, hotel, an north end of the State Treasurer for the State Road him on this account should be re*

F. M.. Hudson .____-.___. Q7 10 4 21 4 4 0 I 5 3 2 160l severe pains in m'y stomach! : until it Rose park etc. Theso will bo.sixty Department fifteen per cent of the 'milled directly by him to_ the State I
W. V. Knott _____n_______ 95 8 8 22 11 41 11 6 1 0 202 was simply impossible for to
, F. A. Wood .._hUhU___ 19 4 6 83' 1 0 33 8 8 0 192 me get candle power lamps.Mr. license tax imposed upon owners br Treasurer.
Secrelar' 01 Stale' the proper strength and nourishmentfrom Gco. Moore has just shipped operators of automobiles or other Yours very truly,

8,' Clay Crawford ___u___ 368 15 22231 18 43 20 16 12 11 756 my food.. in a car load of phoslime, having taken motor driven vehicles collected by the T. F. WEST, ,

4. Adrian P. Jordan ________p 87 8 15 60 4 8 91 5 6 0 196 "I was habitually constipated and the agency for this here. Tax Collectors in the various coun- Attorney General. :
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ComptreZierds I
Ernest Amos ______u _u_ 176 11 14 '76 5 32 26f 12 7 869A couldn't sleep at all at night. My The many friends here of Mr. and ties of the state.

;S J. Angle _____---------- 103 4 16 99 6 6 0( 2 2 2U limbs not only pained me a great deal Mrs. A. Spinharoey, who recently It was Contended !>y the attorneys
C. B. GW'nn u____________ 111 2 6 56 1 8 1 71 1 2' 191 tut were Actually swollen at times. went north, will be glad to know representing the in TOMAC EDV
county this casethat
S' E.State P. Th.prd Tr-.urer-_'!_______,"__ '41 4 2 19 8 6 8. 2 0 85 In the day time I would feel tired that they are very pleasantly locatedin Section 10 of Chapter 6883 is in- ; n tJ.'

J. 8. Griner hhhh_- 174 12 17 117 8 \179 9 8 378 and too weak and miserable to do any charge of a hunting I lodge nt Mer- conflict? with Section 2 of Chapter ,ONE DOSE WILL CONVINCE

'r,i1 J. C. Pubic _____________ 238 5 14139. 15 81 13 12\8I\ 7 3 473 work and my color was very bad. cer, W consin. 6881. and that since Chapter 6881 was
InatrarUon- Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the
;' Supt. "I 1 read some statements about A committee representing the three later than I
J. 1. Kolley _______ _____ approved days Chapter Stomach and Intestines AutoIntoxication
u 232 5 16117 9 23 .11 131 1 4 440 Tanlac in the -
but Board of Trade
; W. N. Shoats _,.__________ 222 13 21 15u. ; 1 28 13 7 7 480 papers, my peoplein \ wrs at Bartow on 6883, Section 10 of the latter I Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitisand
t, .I.tle. 8upre re Court 71 the western part of the state. who Thursday conference with the Chapter was repealed; and, jn addition other fatal I ailments result from

Group z.- I knew about my condition, kept writing I County Board of Public Instruction. to this, it was urged that this
.Jefferson B. Browne __hh 269 13 19172 13 23 13 1116\ 4 558JZINIert and saying So much about the I Ito arrange for cutting off a portionof Stomach Trouble. Thousands of
S. Corknll ---.__.-__ 121 3 10 77 9 13 6 7 1 5 262 medicine that I decided the district Stomach Sufferers owe their com-
Haines school
to give it a' 'City ,so
Railroad Conual..ioner- I Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System plete recovery to Mayr's Wonderful
9. A. Bryan ____ud. u__ 114 7 11 66 3 14 7 4 1 5 232 good test and see if it would help me. as to make a separate and new, dis- The Old Standard ..nat .Ina-tbetalal ttmlc. Unlike
Remedy. for Stom-
oUter
ctt Ro7IC. Dunn ______hh__ 175 4 9 53 6 87 11 114 2 317J Nothing could have been better, for trict for Lake Hamilton. Haines City GROVE TASTELESS,chill TONIC.drlMl oat any
B. .I. Ford ________________ 73 8 92 2 1 8 6 1 2 185 it fitted my needs exactly. In fact, needs a rfew school building very bad laUria nriche the Mood.and baitdl. op th..T.- ach Ailment. For nale by J. Z. Ro
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A. S. Wells 131 A ic. adult and child,... SOc.Drisoi's berson and druggists
.112 4 68 11 0 3 4 2 4 221 tetn. trae toI For everywhere.
---------r-U-- has and issue
St.te my improvement been remarkable ly wishes to $10, OO bonds
Attorne,
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a,. 5 ftb Judicial Orndt- and more rapid than I ever dreamed 'to divide the district Messrs. Ricfi- - -

y xo.epb 11. Jones _....u______ 227 9 28145 16 30 28 10 6 11 510 it would be. for same, which makes it advisableard

A.81st.I). Penney Senator h, ___________. 284 16 22155 7 34 7 11 .11 2 498 "I have taken only'two bottles but MiCollum and Mosnat repre- CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS ? NO STOP ;

I.th Senatorial Dist.- I all the pains and.swellings have gone sented Lake Hamilton, and Messrs. (

'n 2 G.. W. Crawford .__.___-._ 2'8 14 26110 I 9) 34 12 17 10 462 entirely and I feel a .hundred per Stone, Moore and Huie attended for i

r: Arthur- E. Donepn_ __.-____ 818 .17 30226 18 31 31 17\9I\ 1 4 685 cent complexion better has just cleared every ,way.and I My am Haines City.If MAKES YOu. SICK AND SALIVATES'i

Lilly up
n ; J. W. ____hhhhh 189 5 16170 7 53 16 10 7 484 have'U'.e itch dcn't scintch. It f
T. M. Murphy --____.-..-_ 846 23 34186 17 18 29 12 8 8 681 gaining strength and weight every you r
Slteri ilL day. I sleep fine now and get up in docs not cure the trouble and makes

aC, H. Ingram ___._n___.:.._ 254 18 35232 11 31 25 10 6 7 629 the mornings feeling fresh and rested.I the skin bleed. Apply BALLARD'S Urn Tons, Is Hirnliu To I "tore Tier and* my pH(Jr11ar.nllP--lo a 60 cent bottle to.any of drug I Dod-

wr Clay Johnson, Jr. ____nU_ 62 3 1 27 0 0 8 01 0.0 101 ceHainly did find the right medicine SNOW LINIMENT. Rub "t in gently Cleat Your Sluggish tint nn'i Liver TODA. 'lake' a spoonful andif
J. 111. Smith ______ 228 10 19 93 13 42 17 .16 138
454
a' hhUh this time. Tanlac is truly wonderful on the affected parts. It relieve itch i it dnnn't straighten you rijjlit, nand
County Sunoryor.I. Bowols.
. J. E. Johnston ___-_._____h 400 28 44184 23 45 15 14 7 9 769 and; too much cannot be said about it." ing Instantly and a few applications .sad make to you feel"back'fine to and the v.gomuswant store and 1

,lfi, A. J. MarDono 'gh ____u__ 123 '2 2160 0 16 10 11! 11 6 340 Genuine Tanlac is sold in' Kissimmee removes the cause thus performing? a Ulfh I Calomel make* you sick. It's got jour you mowy.Jo Dodxin's liver Tone 4

v Tu CollectorC. by J. Z. Roberson and in St. Cloud permanent cure. Price 25c, 60c and horrible', lake a done of the dangerous/ in dfwtroyinff the sale of calomel because
L. Band, ____h____ _"'_ 398 21 44 69 18 34 27 11 6 I 9) 637 by the Seminole Pharmacy.-Adv, $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Osceola drug tonight and tomorrow'you may lose it is real liver medicine; entirely vegetable
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G G. H. ClArk 144 9 10809 9 40 24 IS 13 G 579 a day'. work.Calomel therefore it can not salivate, or -
Pharmacy.A
;: ; S W.GriRin of Regl.tr.UonC. n mercury or quiek; .ilver make you sick ....
_uu____ 293 19 21126 22 32 17 15 10 .8 568 A bilious. half-sick feeling loss of which causes necrosis of the bone! I I guarantee that one of fled- '
ti E. D. Kata Uh___________ 247 11 82202 8 87 21 10 9 5 677 energy and constipated bowels can be well a quarter of a mile deep is Calomel, when It come Into contact on's Liver Tone will put spoonful your sluggish'
., } c.. Coswlas1oner Dlat. 1- relieved with being dug at Beach Town, one of MI.mi's with sour bile craahe is bit, breaking 'I liver to work and clean your bowel of
l Ernest Mach ------------- 289 __ 289 surprising promptness by it up. This i. when feel that awful 'that
you bile
--- --- - --- --- -- resorts at cost of $10,000. uur and .....
a ( constipated
i B. Cr Killer ______________ 240 ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ __.I--1 240 using HERBINE.: The first dose nausea and cramping. If you are sluggish which i i. clogging and making I'IJ
The exact depth of the well will be your intern
eo; C..asal..Ioner Dlat. :& and "all "
brings improvement, a few doses puts knocked out, H your you feel miserable. I thata
B. G. Haacoclt ------------ -__ 3 23 --- --- --- -'-- ___ ___ -t 15 n the system in fine, vigorous condition. 1,500 feet, making what is believed to liver is torpid and bowels constipated bottle of Dodwa't Liver guaranty Tom will
; Eo L. D. ho"ttreet _.__. ___ 29 31-__ ___ ___ ___1 1 61 Price be the deepest well in the state. a you have headache, diuineaa, coated keep your entire fanny feeling nae
Cor.lulooer BOc. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy.The <<
3- -F- j
Ca ; Diat. tongue if breath is bad ov.stomach sour, _Ut.. GT! it to chlld..... tarbermles.i
your
.A: F. Bae. __:_.__:;.__:._:....:. ... .__ ... 8... _,,. 8 ... __ 290 WII. Vow ,.... OMaI Tosdo just try a spoonful of harmless Dodcoa's doMn't tripe and tbe1.lib IU
*war
W. P. Tiaoa t.___._;_..._; .... ::- ..._ 106 .w 8_:. _'';;. :;UJ _:._ 181 total shipments to date from Take OrovVs a I I Liver Tone tonight on my guarantee. pleasant task \

Co. CouL.iooer.D1et. MY ., the Hastings district of,Irish potatoes .
0 R.' 1 : ________ .__ ___ __:. _ ___ 85 ___ ___ 0 _;__ ,' 85 was 1,188 loads., The record 'Tbe Old Standard Grove Tasteless --
B.. H. Gu ________________ car ship chill Tonic is equally rateable as-a,
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ 85 ___ ___ 19 ___ 64 III
Co. CG aiaalft'. Dlat. 5- I ments 'were made when 76 full cars General Tonic became It contains the 1

R. L.. Pearce -.:----------- ..-- -- ___I-__ 18 __ 18 left in one day. The crop is about well known tonic properties of QUININE rThe
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W. F. Walks 1 82 __ __ ___ 32 505 cars short of what it last and IRON. It acts oa the liver Drives
was
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Member Co, o-ihbli; :; oat Molar a. Brricbee: the Blood and of the world
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t t Z- I season, but prices ruled higher. BoOda up the W.>ole System. 90 caata.q eyes
Walter eonDtat
8t __uu ___ 27 .1- __ ___I___ _u 7 38
t w. R. Lanier 3 il----- 6 60 .
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I Instruction Diat. a- I l are on man

,H. Bai.don _h_:'_______ ___ ___ ___ 107 17 53 11 ..9 ___ 'au
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GoJ.. Barber _uu_____ _n ___ ___I 91 1 7 8I 11 6 124
A n
3.. S. Stratton _UUUh n_ _u n1112 6 9 16 4 8.u 150 W. L.
Carat Cam Itteeman- Douglas
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C. E. Carlson --------_ ___ ___ ___ 2711--- -__ ___ __.. ___ ___ 271
A. E. Dreu ht ____un___ ___ ___ h_ 661- u_ ___ _n ___ _n 65


;11 !-:I.,_-.-.....d It - SECOND CHOICE. VOTES. $3.00, $3.50, $4.OO, ,$4.50 ;i


t The above are first choice. votes only. For the information of the publicit and $5.OG---Shoes for Men .

may be staled that- i

For1' Congress- Sean received I 11 I second choice the
votes on Fogarty You criti save money by wearing W. L.
ballots and that Lake received 17 second choice votes on the Fogarty! ballots. .

For Governor--Catts received a. total of 64 second choice votes on the Douglas Shoes--Value GuaranteedFor PAUSE for a moment, young man

Farris Hudson and Wood ballot, and Knott received 64 second choice votes 33 years W. L. Douglas name has stood foj shoes of ,
ton the FarrisHudson; and Wood ballot -a thought to self. The
the highest standard of quality for the price. Ili,. name and
For Comptroller-Amos received a total of 45 second choice votes on the retail pricestamped on the bottom guarantees full value and problems that confront
+ the Gwynn and Thagard ballots and 3 you now or
second
Angle ? choice votes ,on the protects the wearer aicainitt high prices for inferior shoes. ,

Gwynn and Thagafd ballots. They are the beat known shoes in the world.W. will a few years hence.
', For U. S. Senator-Trammell received 98 second choice votes on the -MT-V.
A L Douglas shoes made of the moat
are carefully selected -
Gilchrist and Wall ballot and Bryan received 21 second choice votes on the
> leathers, after the latest modela, in a well-equipped factory Look about
Gilchrist and'Will ballots. you-the mea of affair in country, state, nations-yet
at Brockton, under the direction and personal inspection ,
tyass. -
.nnnnnnn la the world are the mea who started to save early ia life
ri Mr. Farmer has arranged with Erne of a most perfect organization and the highest paid

% SIGNS TO BE PLACED C'tlreen to paint the .signs neces- killed shoemakers; all working with an honest determinationto : They lave the respect aad confidence of the community.
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sary and they will be prepared and make. the.best shoes in the world. 7'

erected Then look o. the other ride-at the fellows who
fast all
r as as possible. spend tkarmake
\ ? AT ALLCROSS ROADS WE SELL THEM ---tkey: may have a food time for a while, but what doe IktSrpersonality

t* 2 2u reflect?
No. 666 - -:-
Road Superintendent L R. Farmer -
A dollar or so deposited ia this bank will be tie .
was instructed by the board ofcounty TUs. is a prMcHpdo prepared especially
COMPANYR. aacleus of
H. C. STANFORD aa honorable/ independent
commissioners aE e monthly tor MALARIA CHILLS A. FEVER career.
Make
s havTsigns Five or ela dow will break any caset Kid your begiaaiag new today. Your '
_ja jBtincthUuweek to plac- I U takes hen as a toots tb*> Fever will not baak J>oek will l pave the way.State .
r + ', -d at the intersection of all the main return. It acts oo the Hear better them\ .

:road of the county. Calomel and dose not fripe or sickea. 2So

t The legislature at its last session __ n __ _ u _ _ _._____ ___ ,_ ;
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t f:'i:, .. made it the duty of tho county com- Bank

tit missioners to have these signs placed

I. z, .showing the. direction and distances WANTED!

,to various towna and cities. In rom/ S. FLOYD -
The Staadard Hid aid Junk of Kissimmee
the the commission.
}farts with .law >
c.., Orlaad Fla., arc payiaf tke
'ors ordered Mr. Farmer to begin workrJ.1 Dealer In .
kifhest cask prices tor Hides Capital lt.ck .
:
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: ; placing' the sigma at once. ---------J100.000.00
on. ,. Skims Tallow. Wax, Old Rope. KMTCM. ever --- - __f_
''ff, i < ---- --------- _______ 400,000.00
'Wltbta.a- tb. M.atof Old Fags. OU Melds, Old Rabbet Groceries Nay Grain a.nd Feed
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't OffUm cad .
Tires etc Skip tkem Directors
issTMSif ,
Weak
I..;i H>< Better Tbasi tile yourbides

I.It 01cS people wlM ar feeble,and younger aadjjaak cad get proaiptretaras. Corner Broadway mchDakin Are. C A. CARSON. PWt. J. M. LEE. VICe Prat y
iJ erw akwUlb J et..cr tLerred TIre !larrest louse ia M. a
KATZ. 2nd
'ife"'bO f.ad>abled to ao t&roagb pre.- Ceatral! Florida. Write, Wire arTelephea VICe FW .

i"",itoceiliT t-Jdac. I'e tJG!"!:: *. War eue N*. 10, Try Us on Your Next Order ''For Feed ROMA THOMAS, Cashier ._ _

l..s earJc11e8 .t1M.Wood aa4. b.IWa apr Et Ckarck. J a...

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FRIDAY. JUNE'I" IiI I.I.I. >, fHE EISMMEEVALLEYGAZETTE rAcE.. *

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I It ma'jr: concern that Norman I. MaCon ,by-laws." of July.-A. n. tl'"oOi.rwiseth4. allegations trlct for tiro year ne"t', after the election
'1 and Harry EL Salmon a* guardians of ,.A.RTICLE TV. of sail ISIS will be taken .. and--to fix: the number of mill of
theestate and person of Oeorge flal-. This Corporation it hall edit p."PlOt.< corr..e.., by said defendants. district school tax" to b. levied, and col- Select
: AGRICOLTURIAL NEWS : mon. Heaves. a minor will on the .17th u&llyand have' BucceeBlonporat. by It. Cur be rth..r. ordered that this order lectedsannuallx for the said two y_.... "oie Coic f
day of Julv, A, 1'). 1114\ apply to the malOeArcPtItJ.lV: ' published once a week for' four.co.n- Th following are appointed to act
I }Honorable' M. Murphy. County'JudgeIn secuUve weeks In the,, Klsslmmee, Valley at said election: [
'and for said countyat nl*' office II It* bu"ln.- hall be 'c conduoUd liy Jaiette a newspaper, published- said Whlttleivyallace.rhllllps. a H. Fer-'
In: KUslmmee I In said county at 10 a President Vice President, Secretary. County and.lIta e. . .- t *. I tlo. J.H.. Tumblin Inspector; A K,
CUSHIONS
COTTONY o'clock a. 01., or a* soon thereafter a. Treasurer and Hoard of Directors con- This ZSrd day ofMay? A.'T.bt4' .. lias*, clerk : MRS. SUMMERS,
.
SCALE AT WORK th" matter can be heard for authority lettnir of not lea than live menkber* (seal) J. U OVKUSTRETKlTrSolicitors ' >%Vhlt Leaf Bay-R. TQ. 'Wllll. O. W. .
to sell. at public or private sale the nor more than thirteen inembeet. Ana Clerk at the Circuit Coutt.XIUIIISS .-. Tertlo, n. H. Uuy. Inspectors; fj M. 60S Pen S S. Klsimm 1 5
In'terest of said minor-Ih and to 'the Such officer and airrnti a* may iif appointed & STEED. drls, clerk. '
1' received Dr. "E. W. Bcr- following described real estateIn, said. -or. .elected froM tltn to time for-Complainants. ti4tNUTICH Done: by order bf.the Board of 'P"blld!
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Reports by the Tfoard of cletnr- Instruction -
county, towitfleginninpf I : a* DI..etfrB may Usceola County Florida, > - -- -- .
entomologist' to the State Plant at the north corner of lot mine. The office slid IVOTICH TO CHItplTOKS. this the lI.t.day of D. ISIS.
ger 1.ls.1b
4 .' C. block 11. of thSorithFIoridA; Rail. Treasurer may be held tun* slid the VVV. C. ? : ir THE
i Board Indicate that the cottony-cush road Company's survey of the Town mm* person.' The Rrr: of Director IN Till! COI'HTOV Till! .'O'NTY. Attest: C."E. YOWKLU .'
of .1 ' run thence south nalI be elected by the *'HtocKholdcr attheir .....Deni!. PTATW nt FlORIDA 24t Superintendent.SPKCIAL fRIOANEAPD(
I ion scale 1 ia a. work In .many parti of 47 : :: ;.m.fIH. feet thence -south "annval meeting oft the econd OMCKOI.A ('OtNTlr.) __ .
.. 43 7S thence Tuesday January of bach' beginning In re Kstate: of Blbrldsre .
' : the state. The v. dalia or Austrllan degiec west, feetn north \ year : .trtrlb MAHTKH'S. IIALJQ I,
To all .
47 degrees" west 67 feet thence north In the year 1817. The numberof Creditors Linwatevs. t. .. METAL
Lady Bird Beetle controls thia insect. 43 degrees cast 75 feet to the point of I the Director no elected nhull be and all Persons having Claims or Demands : .
beKlntilnK.Which fixed In the h.v-lawn and the and the against. 'aid instate: Under and by virtue of a decree ,
The Plant Board 'Wil' supply these application will be based up- Pr..ld..ne" and Vice President, shall l be You .and '"aeh A f y(u. are hereby no- rpr; by the Hon. Ia.. CEILINGS ; .

beetles through inspectors at the on the. petition for such sale now on1I1e mmherui of" the Board 01. 1>lrector tified and required'to' present any claims .. IIuIda't' the Circuit Court of
i'-- .. In said Court. -rularlfr( elected. Unlll therwln,' and demands which you. or .either of . Florida In a case In 1'
cost of collection. Applications for' Dared"' 14th June, 1916.NOHMAN provided the Hoard -Dlrebtora shall )ou. may Have against. the estate of Kl- Chancery wherein Laura n yO'Hryan Is 1 LvAiT1ptR1. .&.- '
I. MASON.luardlan.. elect all the officers jnnn alter* .oraicinti bridge Libby, deceased late of ac.'oia complainant and Georflre Green and AND OTHER
the beetles should be made to the < and fix their' c6mo 'n fttlQn. County Florida 1 to the underslicned' ICxecutrlx his wlfu L. K. Green are defendants,
HARRY K. SALMON. However the. stockholders at any annual of said estate, within two years adJutlfEllitr to be due to complainant the
SHEET
office of the entomologist University 1
of Florida Gainesville. the Board. of Directors'' or on'cr". Dated May 8th. A. I'). IMS.ETHEL 1 have, taken charge of, and will exose 1 A .
prescribe the number of their election F-ARR. > for sale In front of the Courthouse BUILDING ').
Of 'ALlllCTItATlI.
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Most growers obtain ten or a doxfn and Incorporate the same In the by- 22-9t Executrlr. "door In Klsslmmee. Osceola .
.. Kor Kl.st IllsrhargeO lAw.. --- County Florida during the legal hours MATERIAL ..
-. --- -of-Um--IweUeB;--It-is-well to eon- TI'. following named |M.m I. .uri of "'ou.., Judge. HC.c.-OT -- VOn -PUBLICATION.OepaVlmeut 1xt63'o'T
1A1H to the highest bidder for JUlhv'l
constitute the officer d u.,.. ornlr..clor. ron $
fin these infested branch
on heavily -
a. Florida, toerola C ou. J the following described real ... QUOTA0N
and conduct the business'of .1 .ke .rtor. JACKSONVILUC-- t
' V. A. IUltlee.af .
in a jnosquito netting for about three the Corporation until after the first Osceola. county Florida towlt: H6- .t. '
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I. rf ":.C.C. of fksirles F. Prevsi "r. tialaeavllle. Klvrlda. ginning at the corner of lot
weeks to give them a chance to in- Notice la hereliy: ; nih'.o l'd'7.' "' annual successors election and so elected qualification/ : orth..lr Mar 5*. 1..111.lI"rl.1 . eighty ( SO) of the Florida Land and
It may concern that. on I of Nnssber _1H5. Improvement Company's Addition to the
crease to protect them and to give December A. I D. IDlft. 1 shall apply toIh..Honrable C'V.. WARD, President.JNO. City of KlsBlmtr.ee.. and run south 4tr..I. ,
M L" K Vlcel'resldentO.
T. M Murphy. Judge of Notice Is hereby given that John n. '
them a chance to become adapted to F. KRinns, and Treasurer. west 1HH feet : north 42 feet. and Joe E. JohnstonCITY
said. Court as Judge. of Probate. for Secretary Owens of L.okos )<"IOIld". wi..... on east 198 feet to the point of beginning.
their surroundings. The vedalins! my final discharge. as Administratrix AiiRiist 10 1911. made Homestead Entry . '
of the estate nf Charles Prevail. $r.oleer'a.ed The Hoard of Directors' shall consist No. 09186 for 8K Vk of 8BV4 Sec 13; lot 4,
will rid a grove of ScaTcs in about ; and that at h.; same time 1 of: C. W. Ward John M. Lee. '.VMcCool H"cllon 20 ; and RK % of NBV, Section Purchaser to pay for deed.Z. .
will ;present to said Caurt mv final ,.,,- Sr.. C. A. Carson Arthurlioneican 26.! Township" 31 Houth. RaiiKu East BARS.
three months. counts as administratrix of said. estate, s l'.. L.. Lesley and O.. F. Tallabasse: Meridian has; tiled nl.41 I ., ofntentlon Special Master In Chanoery. ENGINEER :
and ask for their approval. Krlbbs.Within. i : to make five-year proof. I.e. O'BIIYAN A PDK1M1KR.. 24-5t
Dated, June nth A. H 1916. a> reasonable time after tbe establish claim to the land above described Solicitors for Complainant. ,
YOUNG CITRUS TREESWILL HA HAH A. PKKVATT. granting(' of this Charter the stock.holders before Clerk of Circuit Cpurt. I t

,. NEED MULCH -lamo6mo Administratrlz.ADilM'i'ltTltM ..108.1h.ld\ a meeting to adopt at Klsslmmee. Florida on the 29th day 'rti Surveying and .
suitable by-laws which may lie repealed of June. 1916.Claimant NOT1CK 0 ('HKHIT : ,
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Dry weather telling\; on the young N I in., or amended as provided. there J M lilxon.names of L.okosee.as witnesses"'Iorldn. : ,\. .N COt HT OF TIlE "OI"''TV "tOlE .
n'l'u'Yo TO MlCILltFAL
a citrus trees which have been set this KMTATK.Cvnrt ARTICLE VI. W. ..rtlc. of Lokosee. Florida. I'I'A'I'Yo OK FLORiDA Dahily .f
The highest amount of Indebtednessor H. PsdRett. of Lokosee Florida.' i UU''JOLA! cot1 MTV.
spring. Those which were set. during liability\ to which this cornratlon [ U: Fertlc. of Kennnsvlrte. Florida.KOBKRT .'
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J. of foumtr Judge, ftmtr, of can subject Itself Is One Hundred \V. !. re Kstsite of Hsilssa Gr..... I ,
February and March. and were Klorlds. |p.re..lsi. t lous
not mulched have made very little I. K.* of \'. T..r..., ARTICLE VI!. and all Persons Ilm.1
re s1e llarrr > The names and residences of the subscribing or Demands against 1JI' I :
growth and may die if dry weather Deceased. stockholders together wIththe M>TU'K TO ('I.RI>ITOII.. .You. and each of you. are hereby no. I S. HILLOCK
Notice U ln-i'fliy Klvei '0III whom number of shares of the author tlned and to present any
r..qulrC1
continues. On the other hand those It muy .0111'i'i'fl that John S .i'ndel anadni ised Capital Ktock subscribed for. by IW rOl'RT OF THK ('(>l" TV JflMJR.: aims and m which you. ; '
liilnt rotor with will annexed or .each iiias' follows- 8TATK. 0' ri.OHHIA. -eith.'r of you: Z.h against
which were mulched are standing the the estate of Harry W Tnunnaij deceaKixl. f.V.. Ward Klsilinmee. Florid. M 0..( K.OI.A <'4)1''NT1. I estnte of Dnlma. Graham .. .. .t4 i

drouth and are apparently making will oil the I 1'.tl'I: : io; of hfI-t' Twenty-five Chares.John I. Tf Estate .f Msrcsret K. Korhea- late of Osceola, County, "Florida to the I ESTATE
A. Ii. mill, apply to I M. L..... K (snlmmee. Flnrldn. drrfrr. undersigned administratrix' of said ...- REAL '
root growth, according to A P. Spencer -I M Murpliy* *'ciuntJudge in unit for Tw\"nt5'-ti''i. SharesC To all Creditors. I.eiriMeen Distributees i[ tnt. within one year from the date : ..**.M.-.*.. /
mllfl i-ountx at hit ofTlee in KlHHlnimee.. A. Carson. KIsHlmmec. Florliln, and all I'ersonir'. hnvlnit Claims or I hereof .\
district nj.(.?nt for the University In said county at In nVlnck! a In. or Twenty-five Shares. I emani1s, against said 1' .lal,' Hated' May. 22nd. A D .
of lorida Ktension Division. JIH niion ti,. riiifti-r" aH 'II,. flhliti'-, eanlie Arthur 10 l 'nneuitn. KIsBlmmre.. Ior. You find i incb of you sre berehv riot ANN: I 116.J.lK" IIAHA1. INSURANCE
1."rl.l f<,ix l.u'ILUrlh' Jo Hell, at, pulilli ida. Tw'nt-II..e Shores fled RI1(1 required to presi nt an\' claim* .
Mr. Spencer suggests( that anytrWs -or prU"iit"iHalt, tnifi.llowiim il le K I.. l lsl-v. KlBHlmmec. Florida. and demands" '",'hkh )'011. or either of 23-9 Examination of Titles a .
., H'rll'O,1 l entati in Hiittf. eountv" to- Twentv-flve Shares- \ou .MIIIV, 10...\ .. niralnst the estate, of 1
which huvo not been mulched he I I I < : K Kill.Im. KiKBlmm.'e.. Flml.la. Marvaret K Kuchenilerfer.. lecfnsc I l.
t mulched! material :N\V'' .. SVi of :SKV >.. :SK. NR"nl ,- Twi-tltl\ .. Shares) bite, ..r Iiut, ,-,iln ",,"n\ ,.. Floildn., Is,, t he' ]JS,,0'1''K,". A..I".1.14"I..II
< immediately. Any SK'": anil S\\ i. of B.I I II.in I IT :N I K': .. I IVVITNKSS: : V. HKIllOi: i:: ' 'tinsaid iliili'rNlirn exi-ctilors/ of Hiiid e..tatiMltliln 11..1 Specialty. -

, SUCh us pine straw or Spanish moss, of NI'L: Of Sell Inn I i'! all! of "'11"" Hliltscrl lierB hiixe licniiiito. HI'. their. I t s I two. \.ais from the iii'"1.- i h..f I. 'ourt 'of toasty .Jud., 5454.ihind. ...
I'll nu.I I nil of rit" lli.n.il ". .lion .1. nil, ililindH' a ti"I l H. iii'. unit NtiliM-i... lln-d 11-- 1'/11..1/ MIJ: 3. \ D unit! ,1
:t . that will protect the ground around! |1\I lii, 1o\\ tiHhl |i li*, Honlii.,, iniiui- J' iaMl.I.I. I "I|"'dl. I" fill I till HllMI.H' 5 I of .l.l. ,K ..iffaiil Cl 1. Vlt \ M lU'TSDN-t \ ( = f j ., C Ps.ls Coliutf.In Corresoondenca Solicited- ,
I I. XI pi l-i-ltHill. Hlllnll "IH'IHhiih I haej \\ II.I.IAM,I :M MI'TSilV
1 "ot :
will 'p..rn'I"' in tin ;aiifAMit III"ii.i.ntu \ e' *>
the trfrom the sun, serve.The . In- Knlil thi. II-HI t l.t. Ion' i.Tv. . re n< ; "hudrlrk M. ( beadier.
ejMii-1 | I I i\: HimO.iif.ini , I.I'.I: ;
j : : : 5 IIIK tin I Illh d.i\ iii .Inn.' i all > 'ili..n --,
.i'I'.1h ; u by itlven. to !
! I In ,.itnli) 0! at 1hlH tiiinThe : :
mulch creates an air space: whioh < itnti4it \ I' I liIc i ft 'ail" ell.Alioini I" ,. thai ,
''r c "-''Is'"- on the 'Snth l'i\
iilin\e ileMililnil tllt.t" of latnlan l 1.-i', nl I I 'I'V, Mill, 'R f.."i I0xt fill 01, ff 2n-it, ; ,. .
, the moisture cannot tn1ijlu, l.is' .unl 'I' itniclH nf .hlnh. "r. A I 11. I .hul apply
capillary span. plaited. Thll'l11n.It', .11 1-Si' .01' ,11"I I 'r'I'| : -------- --- I''In th I I T Slit' ( Judueof Robert Riedel Co. .}
and kno I i l"unr.lol.
n aH '
< Si al I X ) "t I'i IVi .
I
It well the of I'roliati. (
to scatter mulching haul .liidue
IH material v.111 I b bum d ,' : frI ,
I
\\b1ih n-Vl'li'allon I I > u |ii- Mini I
II .i- .01 ii, Wivin: i- ,r i I""I'\iS. : =\: <>! 'It''l'I 1"1 II t'i'oit. I AdministratorI NOVELTY
I over ronhuleraliW, area around I on I I hi .iMtllioii'. for, MII b ""I. now, *." ui',. ,.1. I; I I. I I'.il I I' I'OH ll\\l. I"'"< II % J..i.; I of m) tinfnl.it llnnl dlHchnrKo.' of ShadrtcU as. M Cbnndli-r I WORK
Ill' In until' ( .Hill' ( I i.t I I i q! !i.' I K' 1 H I I'.r.sntr I JI" House Bills a Specialty. FiiiskWindow .
the time
; nnd Hint at
t the trees so that the moihtuiv: will ni>tewcape I I li-iteil I thin" I l-'lli il.i> of June. A l\I I' < III I HT .IK Tin: 1.01T1 .11. IMJU.: I d""IIH'" .1. same'
.
nt tn Court mv flnnl ac-
I :' i xii i I.: (II.' l'Illilit II pri-H. ,1,1 and Door Fronti
1110I1:2".r,1 < i>f Ivrliln. osi i-oi.\ estate, ,
of said
at the hide. n '" w.J "
.nnix' : s \\11-:1.\ \.I"I""I'.r
4 "..n.> 4.f .i'r.Ia. I III Sit. ,, > and Door Screens
J AilliilnlHtiatnr. with Will, AnnexedOTM I In re IXnle: nf lt...... ..... 'link .
I' I Hi:" I "Ts'n. i 'o.I i 55' l-iil.ll. In ai'il .11. lesrM ; ltd A 1> 1SIB.W. .
. I fi.i (1111' Slat.' ..r I 1'1.,1,1., 1'. i ..iui. II' :\ot tI.. I. h"I"" I ,\ ,,,1 i\ n to n II whom liali'd April W. 'PhonesI Shop 216; Residence 237

: WHAT MY NEIGHBORS I.: 4IK INT-.NTI< "' TO 'll.l ii ISIS it | 51 C \' \'' 1 t'l.I .| ..lin M I I I.,1' I.-- It Isis,i e,,ii, in t hut. ".".110. Inth ilav, of -lanioimo CHANDLER Darlington Are. Near DpM
: : I
I I. : : : J'relai
.
c.i i MOII \ ,ITU, I r"'on., in i : I I.niKi I.: :Si im'" nilit) i \ |II i Jill; I shall nnnlv to "t"
r' '' I I.. -I I" i q: ,,,,, J ,Hi.11..n.mil.I.' .- T :M I Ju.iue .
....:,", i-it"t: OK I N< UltlMIH \IMI\ I' KiiMo.In a .11 I" ii .. . Miilph\,! ! ofN.IHI ---
I mi* anti' knnwii In, 'InW th I" pSisiss mill an .1 1111g.' O! "IToliate. for 111'" I r 1 -
}W HAVE} DONE! Null." I..h.. .i fin- -Kl\- n thatnptilv " will I I hn H I g'II I'll I 111" f..I, .'2.itlU |ll" ,.iis'M.. .1 ,ii, los.1 I .'Isa, luii I c.. \rll11\"I"IIIII"r I I o t theem. .
1'1,5"Hi .Hi of Hiixiellit' I'eaiKiin., .;. . j. A. TROVILLON
lo I Inin( ; ,' I InSlalt of I I .If Mill.' I Ill HIT K' '' .lIh .l.-r.-n il ALAN MacDONOUGH DR
(Continued! from Page 6.) FlitriilH.: ;I oil' lh ,ITth: .r.r.: of Jillt.\, ii i sworn. accntdlnu I.. ln\\ eHli f", hll1'-, ,Illlil i th.lt i .lit t the N.I 111. time I I will I pleseni I J. Specialist in .
1 'H tn "I lil Court ,,' linn I .
; tinfol ii\s tli.'t' h. Mlumil thiM.inii in.1 n nccountsIIH 't'
IO\! 6. fnr l.i-tti-rit "I'atent miiiii Registered Architect
; I I..." iris ,,"ol"'H,1 t'hiillil I and ,MIIrhH1of I I that I toy ..x,., tit'sI the Kanie fur I'll', \"II.Ialnr, t of said estate. and CANCER. GOITRE AND TUMOR
|I'i""IM"* thelellj., i\pl, KH** atlon of hli h IH
niRTi to effect the deatli of the I 'nc-ni ;pot a <'p\ w [
person now on lli.iulth Hit- S.: ri.-t.irj irf Sl.iti i!', \VTTNKSS: mv HantT anil orrl.-lil S.-al I I'ated. March ill h. A T> 191H. hem CuttnC

killed l, or allY human being, or when I foi, UKStale: nf Klntlila, | at KISMlimni-e. in .tin4ount' \ of ONIIola -- .. A. N. DIKU'IJUT. EGIN out .'S'
i i10' | ; :: 2-onmfimo.. 'ORLANDO "
|I iinil I State nf VIi. Ida thin 14tb di\y Admlnlstrntor. FLORIDA
committed in the of inl C fV \ '. BRONSON I-dmo 't'
perpetration or .r .Iu.i '. A. I 1) 1!'16 BD.
'. : .METIirK I I E T In,'N: ;' ; .\ =N w. .1 STKKD.Nntnry FLA.'I ;,?
the attempt to perpetrate any arson, | C A CA KM' ,INK : : I'ubllo of I the I State nf Klorl.la, I. < Irenlt oi.rl.. state of Florida .'
I : I. 1.KM..KV. >Tv <'..ninilHBlon. expires I HeptemberI i Mrventh Judicial Circuit
shall he
rape, rohhery or burglary, .IHHN" = : M 1.K.1C. 191.! 0.1. .'...Cy. C. F. THRASHER '

murder in the first dfjfree( and shall f II .K. KHIHIISTin ,">rrirlal SvnlKHlllllS > IN t HAM" 'KHV.VS. !
t..lln"hlId I ,-" of In..or)1..r- I & HTKED.
lx' punishable by imprisonment in the tl.." Mtiall. roiiitt It utianil. In-come Its 2<>-4tXH'MK Attorneys I. 9!. toy". t'o..pl..t. When' SHEE7 METAL. WORKER '
of I. buyBREAD
lawful Issuance
Chart MtteiB -
r iiiMin you '
State Prison l for life with not less I'not."t John I-o'.. l rfradsst., Mmtal Roof Pmt on .ni

AltTlCl, I TO < IIKDITOltSIX Guaranteed
than continuous
ten solitary
'on-I, Tile name of thin Corporation shall : It appenrlnir by afTldaTlt. appended
\ TIIK ( (it ItT OF TIIK ('Ot'NTYJL to the bill lied In HONE I4.-K FLA. '
.. finement once every twelve ilop K1SS1M.MKK I'll "fI' II'\Y: the .above-stated IIIMMU.
Its tirlncfpnl plHCv of business shall J1&.E.I IV AM> KOI OSLKOI.A: cause thai John Love the defendant

and 'that no application for the par- be In KlBslmmce. aceolft County Florida l'OUNT.1.OIUOA.. therein named. *. 1ft a nonresident of the .
with the privilege-of establishing State of ) don of such person so convicted shall branchoffices In othe: places In. the !. 1k. Matter of the .;...."' o* HejrrrV : Janonvllle. State of Indiana, over the

ha entertained by the pardoning State of Florida. andIn otber Stales Tburman. Dvceaaed ago of twenty-one years; It la therefore Ask for the BEST DR. W. W. '
To all CARSON
Creditors. Legatees, Distribu ,
find Oounrtles as may Ue designated by ordered that said nonresident defendant .- .
.' beard of the State of Florida for the Its Hoard of Directors.AKTIOIK' tees and all other person having be and he la hereby required : "
of such ) IT. ,v claims or demands' againstsaid to. apnear to the bill of complaint filed \ We make it. Every Grocer.e1Is itO.K. DENTlSf \ .i
first senteiKe- .
twenty : estate of Thtlrinan deceased
years The general natureof the business i HarryV t In said cause on or before Afondny, the .

... except for .the. purpose of relieving to lie cdnducted and transacted by this! late of Usceola County. Florida to 3rd dny of July A. I'. 1818 otherwise. Office' p. Plll y Buildlnr *
the undersigned Administrator
of said .
i the allegations
Corporation shall be as follows: of said bill will be ta.
BAKERY
-4.- such person from the penalty of ..soli To .1l.... drill hur.11I..rr '. mine or entatf. within two years from the datehir.of. ken as confessed by said defendant omO"'Hour 1-IS. 1-
txcuNntifor oil. gas and! .ritlnr mlnITRH It Is fin tier ordered that-thls order I Office .. If* .
tary confinement; provided, should I .ni.. nnd eai-h of > on. ate, bereliynotltli'il he ... OaR Administered '
I. "("Iulr. hut ii'' a. ICIIHC tuidj I piiliyjtheil one* It "' .1< for four ('on for Bxtraetlon .,
' the jury on the trial. of any case, by hold lancln. (juarrlCH. mln,'," and. oil. I IUHH ,md( ritinlitd, to "pt-iHi-nt" un\ H.-Clltl\e ....I ks In the KlHHlmmi.-|.1|- E. A. NIEMEYER. Teeth ,
.
hiss 01, ill ilium,)IH wlifih \ nl, 5
niliMTtil ami tlinhi-r a ilKht' to ojt- oriillier }h \ ''liiKitti: a newspaper' ' pulillKhed. Insjild .
racommrnd such "I all I I of \ IMJ. "may have, a"alnut I thei I MitcbellStree '
majority vote per an.1 l il li'\ )liipe, tin sn'noi.v' tin eon lily I it 15,1 Htato.Tliin
.. mid ui,,-lhoilj n.'i\\ in ts* n. ral I.... I Si' isIs , 1"1"' | : 1t1 1"l
son to the 'ourt for mercy. the same i"1."' ilk* r1ri-iiiiiKtanr" ..ft. and .."...11- I 1'.1 5 May I ; I I"":1. .\. I I I tH! 1 C2."I : ( ."ill I 1 ,I I. KVKItHTHlIKT."; ; I : .

shall have the effect/ of relieving such I.I, thill ",." .1..1. ,"- ., , .11 MIX: : :S ,CMiKI.I I 'I 1.', K ct 11 j enll I I ( ..mi i.t, PARKER
I I for, Ihi-Bi- iiiiipohi-n 1 In iii.iiiin' I lnliaK ) \ --- - -- --- I Iv J\.MI-S: i : :M .lnllNST'iN/' 1 i : \ CEO. F.

person from having the penalty ''f I .'. lit I.:, % Illllllt :lOIIHtllllt., :: : ,'I':' I : Not 11' i: in ii.i:. :< 'i io\. S.r'tI."I'!I : !| I 'I.-I plc ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
'i I'it. aJifl 1 maintain, I i.s.i'i.h.I l.uuiii'C) I itiisr.s: : : A: : > :"-o- <-

solitaryonhinencnt, I imposed Iip..flI,I I'll". lllMH Illlil I.HIllllltS'' .",,01 III Moil 1 n *'i oniil' '| 1 I i.i .in i- i\ i 11 I h P I'li.ipl.t, I I liiTi I, ____:.' _-_!'.' _,. il"Li',!, "J'ii! : !foi: ':..in p|_iin-inl'" Collections and ,
him hr 'h .tntenee.jierpetratcil When. tl ."II' ( t ,111.1, |||M" I ''1,1,1.' t >l4] ' ''-' '* I. ) ,. ".'.". , I Cnvey.ne.
or in HI< : "I'I;; : ;: i'\. \ : "" "I I''l',5i.t.s I I' "10,11 "I'- 10'1' i' i M. TILLER
tin ,I. ol Hit.mi., Ii, Ih, i-ii'ii-. l.nililt In I Ireull < .... rl nf the xrtrnlh JmllI I I
i 11\S i I n I 01"S S it in S I I" t"I. '\ 5 ill I I I" I 10.1"I I I Il Inu I
l hy> IHIad I imminently Idanl'rou" t I. I' I I I ..uiqtlii, > t .1' M.I "IM" I III- I' tl 1111' \I'M l n.: "--. I i. 11-1 .0 I. cini,, ,{ v |. i.., ,i eliil < Ireiill of the Mule "r li.r- | Specialties
.
to anothc'r rncl cvi ricing 'Ilimn IIIIUM.. o an.I .ill> ,,,11... I -HIM Iii, >1" '', 01 1 'I i..ix >i I hool I I 1'1""MI\, I :Nu. I on l i.ia.. In mill fur 1 lni'e.ln C oUt5. Real Estate Hi 1-. Broadway
i llllll.llllKH.,) ,..Ii..p, |'.i. C.,". 1"110' ",II 'ii, ii" ThilfMl.i\ .1 IiuI" "llh. \ Ii i915': ', tin, Ih.plltpo.e "- IN I'll \ >l lit'i.(5rn i f l. Agency. -
,depraved mind, regardless of hum inlifti. I I llslini., Ills with nil ,,"iii I h' ... i v i.nw.iI ..1,1,1. \\liii, -liall --
a I 'IIIIIIIIIIL 14'lSl'ii .
m m tt m mBm m m
jiviti |111'1"' "' 'llt' llllih-ll\ 'I I \l.| I I Mihiiin I ,,, > oCon. lintel I <,nlnny. a l"iriinI II .
S tuisl.I or sat.I I i .liHttnt I 5 S S loi [
although( uitiiout, any premeditated 'iiI f liii'' ,, , iif.ipt iiii .unl' prep.it' .ini.'rip I ii. ,... I ""' ,"Hlm.n'. | I
:: : ; : ; I w yiaiM next ilt.r I 1 -leCI ', anil . '
: : :: :: ; Really bought and old.
;ll'ii'n ; l.\ i : .I't i..I : .. '
I' I of I Ihnf l'' 'uI ii t'I and ploilinlMbiM to llx :tin-. II II III' I.'J nf ,) :ilf .:; S si ITfit to effect the death nf | .
Ionian( oil anil KaH tn a. .|..I'.' Imll.lHi. , I''H,-h 5.5,5, I tax I.. In1* \ led. anil collet tt illaniiiiallN NriiHh. I'liirliln. ll all ...il. 'C 0..1....>, elI. Houses rented.'! T. M. RIVERS, M. D.
10110' I. *. "" 'rH 111,1.0 ai.. HeNiiottdvnts.
<
individual )it shall b: murder in l.U I II III aH for, the Hald. twreiirs
any tints halKfM.' tanks .,,,iil,, t nk cuts; .11.\.I and shall !be ,* .. I'H f"i thI .,,' I Tin* fnlluwiiiK I ati' i.ppuintuil. I to act vri6t PHYSICIAN and
the st'cond l decree punished .th'r \ -hlcli-H and 10"" .pta at xaltj! I ,.ii't loll, SURGEON
,, and I < utivi\an s.'. "f nil.KBM ,I. AMVII05t\ IT MAY ro.VCF.UX for non-residents.'
I'n.n"IIf"'I"II" !
hy impriKonmeiit in the State ,and, heir "r.i.Isit'ta. mlni-rnlH.' Ii- 'eari U K.:*. ritderhlll.i InHtiecttirs::; ,,\\.IP\\I! :;I :,?;:.ci II,..I LI : It appe/arlnK from the sworn Hill of Office over Osceola Pharmacy-
'
Life and
Prison for life. MUllift8t> or. "I h..rwIH"I..p"\ i. 1 iiHtrut'tlon., iiBcetila Count Flnrlda are pernona Interested In thepripm.rty __ Office 141.a. .
'When perpetrated without any I for f iiiiy . 19l6 1 : Involved In this suit other surance. -
I lund iuliemenlB. 'olh..I"'HI'inlvanta it>- 1 \V. o'. IIAHS, Clmlrmall.Attest than the known Respondents, and that Indemnity Bondi.
design to effect death by a person and ln-iipflt of this Corpora I Ion. 'loown. : C. E. YOWELL.. the names of Much persons so Interested -
buy. acquire. Bell. fxcn,\n .:.'. are unknown to the Complainant : r. KRIBBB w. j.
in the commission of felony 24-6t Superintendent.NOTICM .
engaged any and : : said n1
iiedge. mortgage annlKn. traimfr.deal that relief Is prayed In the .00000000000..00.0000.0. ..
other than arson-, rape, robberyor \ And trjide In bollerB. .."",11",-". CH.I- Kill of Complaint against the said un KRIBBS STEED
tubing piping and all Kind of OK KI.KCTION. known Respondents! : I
burglary, shall} be murder'! in the I"f'well euppIlFB. fltUnns. atta.-hmentB IT IS THEREFORE: ORDERED That

third degree and shall be punishedby and "general hardware, and In all kinds In compliance with Chapter 4678. all parties claiming Interests In and 'uooou..I.c. ., e *i ATTORNEYS AT LAW \
of icooda. wares and nuerehandtae Laws of Florida 189 notice II herebygiven to the following described real property -

imprisonment in the State prisonnot and In all kind otBuppllfB. that an election will be held at situated In the County .of Osce- Legal business of all kind gtyia
ezplnslvrs. chemicals tools.machinery Center Park, Osceola County \. ola ;and State of Florida via. !
exceeding twenty years. I and appliances necessary: Special Tax School K. oil That part uDM Twentysixof prompt attention.Offices ,
laws and of lawsin or .....-,\11 In or to the operations and Thursday.July 8th r.1.gl1B.Oto\ the the ld Railroad w. GRIFFIN i
All .
"Sec. 2.
t parts lousinesses or this (Corporation to sub- purpose of determining who shall serveas Company's ': the town of 11 and II State Bank "
conflict herewith are repealed."Sec. .i.T'li" fi r. purchase receive hold for school trustees of said district for Klsslmmee. :: r"Yde':. r d as fol- KUslmmee, Florida
III' .'bIyocnt' or sell exchange or make two years next after tbe .election and lows:
3. This Act shall take effect ftdviiiit'-n.t upon the Blocks orb- to fix the number of mills of district Bounded on the Northwest bv Staple and Fancy
its law." lliratlonB of other corporations ."m- school tax to be levied and collected Broadway street on the Northeast
upon becoming a I or Individual and while tune annually for the said two years. by Dakln avenue, on the Southeast
the holder' of such stocks. honda: or The following are appointed to act at bv Tohopekallira; Street. on the Pat JohnetOD O. P. 0
( o'lrratfons I to have and exercise all th said election : Southwestby Possell avenue-+-be- I G I
III. 11111 n 11111111111 ii i ritfhts and privileges of ownership !inilniing J. A. Harkley. David Bas. C. 8. Par- Ins a tract. of land Three Hundred JOHNSTON I GARRETT
j voting. powers therewith-: tin Inspectors: J. E. Sharp clerk. Feet wide tiy Three Hundred and OCERII
for rn, promote, aBBlNt and flnan"lallv Done by order of the Hoard of Public one-half feet deep. ,
I Legal establish companies, partnerships avndlcates Instruction. Osceola County Florida The. said land. lying In Oovern- ATORNEY-AT-LW
and: associations for busmnesa this 31st! day of "liAH D. ((918.W. ment Lot Four of Section Twentytwo Free : Offices 10, 1'an 12 CitIzens
In the In Township Twenty-five al s
purposes whenever judgment S Chairman. -.
Advertisements of its directors; It Is deemed wise, proper ,AtiestC: E. YOWELiU245t South. HanKe" Twenty-nine East of of the City : f
i: : : : profitable or necessary for the Interest Superintendent.ORDER Tallahassee Meridian, and being In Kleelmmie. Fie.
of the business. purposes of thisforpi Osceola County, Florida : I
( . . . . . I I I I I MAN I: >ratliin. nnd i t ii do nnv I\nil all, under ( ;..or",*, I*' Ooode. deceased. or
I other arts and things, and to have and OF PUBLICATION. Minnie V bode., deceased or otherwise -
OHIMNAX exercise any and all other: powerBrbtch ; do apt" ,. ar to the Complainant's'
convenient HIM of ('nml.lolnt herein tiled lie- 4
mav he neceBHarv. on or
_' : It. It Ord.l.fd hr tmf <'<>un<-JI of
IM6elne. J. W.

.. . I Mr of KlinlmmriM I I to th< buBlneBBes. hereUiln-fori' Judicial Circuit of the State of Flor. In ,line eournn of lau. the salil Mill TOMPSONFUNERAL
\. Section; I. That Hliy pe[fmn, flrrn .r I speclrlfil ,, \belt n natural' person. or 11corporation of Complaint will be taken as confessed
.
4. ciirporuthrn kecjihiK or "iiinlntalnliiKhurfact of this harai-t may law ida I in and for Osceola County, in l bv all I I eriCh .parties I I DIRECTOR
< li..neln. utirl irh'I.s, UHI. d l f"l fullv do nodxri'is.e./ and to do an\ Anil 1 It 1 IH further; I order.. thin. thlx mm : J
thc tlBpoBtl of. hjimiinHeKill\ within and all of., the hunliipBseH ami I thlnirB Chancery. Order .lie ,puMlshed. ..l u.'i' a week fur ..ndLICENSED
I .the corpornta llniltn iif IhiCIIJ- of liK'iilloneil'elthi-r' ..I..,1,, ol t \In- comblni.tloii twelve iuvus'ruti'I ., wet Its In the KiHslmmee I
-.KI..lrnrn.1"rl"l i ! !. whloU I are n.it Ih- I with fith.T cniiMiriillniiB' (''unliiin- "010.... II. Aultmsn.umHlalnsnt.. Valiev ;llazette n v-: .-klvnewspaper FDBIER
r."r in "onHlrll"'l"n nn Ft I h plans approv'l hy t h.- ('hal r- with sue vinyl. )I.- Hlieil In '14j VS.Ulsrr \ (in the County of "",,. ,
i.nw.of tin(: Snntlurv, < iIrirrnIttre> iihiill, i corporate name. anil lo hav,- anil UH.ia ..' V.. Asbnry. Ilitrrr ":. and. State' of FlnrlilnWIT.NKSS Store- and Chapel Stewart, AT*
upon proor of Kullt I I iirul ('.m"lrO..n !h. t iiriiorate :S..Ill 1 1.t Anhurjr and 4 a.rle.. \\ : TIIK, If II''' >It \ .UI"I

punliihcd by -a fl".. not .xj.idins flv,- IITII'I.III\ I I j A..;.ur7. Trustees uf the I.Mtnle JAMES AV I'KHKINS.= : Juilti.of. KU. ', dullarB or ImpriHonmctit; llarii< labor I Tie amount of miUu rlxed 'npllalRtocl of T. llenrx ,Anbury, said Court ninl miinrne as Clerk
In tile City I'nlahooot- n .iirrliAl shall be T>weXi- Thii'iBind: ereased, Itrlfmilmwttm.HI I \thereof and the se.al of .th.. nald Circuit that Insures;
of not Tnore than. t.'rt xl.iyii. I I $12 nno' mil \IHiHimrta beTTTXlded Into Court on tint 31st day of March. Inslanee ,
i"&. Head first and nectond II", .. t>'y TJundr IUOII\ Shant* nf the A D 1916
: r ... a Twelve .. IT FOR SI'RCIKIC l'I-II.'OI'l.C.-. W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrefl !
110.. ,. ,. ,. unanimous pon..tnt Mnil tinanlriloUHlynB puralu<' of Ten I i$1ftmi) V I 'oils r.* (let. Cl. Seal) Jr.. OVKnSTRF.KT.As \ .
.nB..fd In ppiiil SHBulon this 6th. tjay of .;.ch. which when I Iss'iert shall I.e (tall It appearing by affidavit to Clerk of Raid 'ourt. Protection that Protects CRAWFORD

.. ?. ??.. A. 1,1. li.. paid and nonassesnable.All the Hill tiled In the -:I fd'du Dy :JAMES !of JOHNSTON. &JAR ,
)i a W. 'rMf'MPSN. subscriptions for stock shall, hepaid that Maryir7. Asbury. Harry K. Asbury 'A* DeputY Clerk.
, Pre..ldnt ot the XiouncllAttest .. for In lawful money In property and Charles W. Asbury. TruffCVes of the :Johnston larrett. i IS-IJt ATORNEYS-AT.LAW .

: J. R. OTLBBRT. Clef: labor or services at a lust valuation to Estate of T. Henry Asbury. deceased i As ,Counsel for Complainant. Offices: 4, 5, 6, and Citizens -J, .
:. i.. "Approved bthe' Mayor the -Ttl" be flxed by the Board of Directors at the defendants-thereln named .are nonresidents ..
, day of June. A. P. IU5. '4 a meeting called for that purpose and of the State of Florida. mnA NOVTICK OK ELECTION. Bank BUilding
l.-6t H. }t. MAY, Mayor: the Judgment of said Board of Ulrentora are residents of the. State of Pennsylvania '

;&J"' .. to the .furnOft such property# and that their office address Is In compliance with Chapter. 4 OVAROIAN'S NOTICB TO BEL.I. REAL labor or .eervlce I absencefraud at the 'Corner of 3rd and Dauphin of Florldt U88, notice Is hereby DAKlNf AVENUE .

,: ? ,. '.. IaTATJD.- shmll be conclusive upon all the street, In the city of Philadelphia, given will be held at
C parUe. 8tat of Pennsylvania. over the age of Whittier school h-.c: : and at the White FLORIDA
It.ftfI 1m' tm C.mrt mt rtummtr J.d*.. Itatef Tire Authorleed Capital Stock maybe twenty-one year*'; It I* therefore ordered Leaf Bay school house Osceola county KIM LEWIS TBRTAN
:'' jrimrtim. Om**.lm Cvrnmtf. Issued and paid for at much tlmea that said nonresident defendant be Florida hi Special Tax School District
!' and upon such terms and conditions and they are hereby required to appearto So. fan Thursday. .;1riy ech. 'AO.--Itl*. - ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
, , Je W Be4f ef Goof** Salu RerTM.Notice ss tbe Board of Director may determine the Bill of Complaint Died In said for *the purpose Of determining who
I !. hereby (Wen to all whom or may be fixed .hereafter In;., the cause: on or before Monday, the Ird day shsJl serve a. school $ruet.e of said dla- Warinc Building.

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:... >{ 1'AC810 ... f't .THE KISSIMMEE.. VALLEY GA2.E.TE: .. +o' ..I I FRIDAY, JUNE, 16, 1916. .

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\ WJ'SONAND, NOMINATED .J NATIONAL GUARD HERE :: !



l". ]' CONVENTION ROD'dnaGUNM.: e ., WILL BE CO. K; 2ND INFANTRY I I


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}. COLISEUM, ST. LOUIS June J6. hlR\lcl'had\ sent it from Washington! .' JClBsimmee's company 4' In the Florida I, C. Avant, Lester Alford, J. W. Wai- f I:

President Wilson ,and .Vice-Presi-"It; \\:.s'understood the President: i TWd TI;AP SHOOTING CHAMPIONS National Guard was mustered in-1 ker, (,Cal McCaughun, William Peake, 4.... !, '
Marshall were nominated by acclamation | slst.d: the plink/ should ,be, put in the to military service Tuesday night) by Roy Graves, Lawrenoo Griffin Ed J.,
tonight by the Democratic National platform in the !l1e 'had drawn U.I I ,
; way HAVE'MADE PERFECT SCOPES Major -B. V. Collins, of Plant .City, ward Newton, Joe Johnston. Paul Mo ,
convention! the ticket being I There never was \loubt of : /
f any and will l be known' as 'Company K. Kee, LOn( Fennell, Walter Thomas, t
ffii completed.. four minutes before' midnight President Wilson's nomination tonight Second Infantry. Sam Story W. G. Itnnkins, Ed 'Roberts y \l

& : I but there "as a possibility 'that HELL IX PENNSYLVANIA: AND: nl'U 1E18TEH IN ILLINOIS: HAN Nojman Ehrhar/iti! .W..",\.T., JMakinson '
Contrary to expectations however, some presidential boom mi .-iitftii Sixtyfiveyoung men, including! I 'l'
viCj* : : Estey I Ion Seiver, Gay"
Lejjn ,
I: ,. .>*A: the, convention' did not finish its work Wug1it duTTn opposition, ; .to Vioc- I"OKI'( MITHOIT A :MISS:; AND: 1NM.NK: OF13 STATES THE some of the bent families of the city?, Seiver, Louie Perry, Robert) Jackson? '

'.. be>*liuse the p ltfo 'm' was pot ready, PreVident" M.u'slu'.Jl.: ) They -nrHtvd I. CHAMPION( HAS IMOKEN' 9? OR MOKE. were signed on the muster rolls held if in I R. II. T udlum.] Harper Ca.sler, Fred 4' ?
:' and it will meet'again nf'll o'clock] away however, when the ,'ol1'n1in'I.t (\ the company at the meeting Lorehz Albert Albert Schwei- --',
Iluling,
:v :Friday morning. 1 in session, and i's O MI as Presi- the Casino building. The officers J.) Summers
It was announced in the conv''n- dent' Wtl.'Xjn's nan hail i been nun.- i I .\ 'FE\\ OF THE 1916 TKAP SHOOTINt}' CHAMPlOXk: chosen some time ago will \>C How and Kart,11 Award E. Lupfer Mills., Dewey *'"" "

tion that the sub-committee drafting< tioncd liy a roaring borus" of nccluIinalion. 'I I II ard Katz, captain ; Lee Jarrcll, first .

the platform] had finished its work.but' Senator Kern: ,' who rcnominat'd )- |I lieutenant; W. J. Steed. !, second' ]lieu ,9..
that he entire resolution committee Mr.! ;Marshall\ cast aside :u long/ I| Oklahoma. _ _ _ __ __ _ .. .T. M. Walker _:,._ T_ __ _ 94 tenant. GOVERNOR RACE IS '
( ;('olj.'la! _. ,_ _ _ Bradford Tints __ .. _ _ _ !HH .
The is to
assembled! cl.ir ( now ready begin
was not to pass up- prepared speech and sin-ply! l .Mi.-soui i _ __ _ _ __ __ _ __ _(f. II. Enlon ., _ _ -. . !lH meeting for hut I
on it, and it was not k'ww 1 when "I nominal'- Thomas Riley Marshall. ] drilling and the first STWUNSETTLED
:Missi'sippi: . _ _ .! _ T. I'. _ <
that could bo'done. Pj'i.J.'utVII Ison's I- 'of Imliaiir for, Vice-Pieslent.> : Fitzgerald/ . _ _ II!) purpoK-a _will lie held next Tuesday .
I OIafGn( > -----1'! II. (O'Hricn) ____ __ __ ---'--- I '
VHIall'sn" .>
own plunk changing conspiracy/ j! To .I'rc.'ident Wilso.'s) ,rliunintin, ; : night. Arrangements. will soon -l-e I ,
among some foreign-born' citizens. for (there wn only one ..11..'-'..nti I ig \"He'i j _ _ _ ._ ctleorge; 'firubb; _ _ _ __ !)II! made (Or-a permanent' armory. Uniforms |I Who will be the succesnor Park ;
I nn.-ylMinin _- _ _ _ _.. _ -AllenHail_ __ ,'_ __. _ __ _ 100( Trwmmell in the governor's chair of
the benefit ef foreign/! powers' and denouncing ,]i Robert/ 1 Emm-tt: Hu'rkc.;. of Illinois, and 1 equipment 11I1hN'n ordered ,
New Hampshire' _ ___ _ _ H. : _. _ _ I l l '
any political party which who came .to .the coinention anl'l' >lIlIl'-1 : .. - Thompson: !ill I 1'Texas from the quartermaster's department Florida will 1 probably not e definitely I :
J _ -I'- I I' 1..1 _ _ _ _ official ; i
benefits by and does not repudiatesuch ing ; hut. he was opporell to the 1'1't t - or" a !93 nt St. Augustine end will known until the canvass is -
I lorida -------------------'I'. II. Evans __ __ __ ___ !111 at Tallahassee. >
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t a situation was incoiporalcd/ in 11' the platform just as the President l i it. i' President's nomination 1M! to 1 1. tl''j' l'i;: turky _ --.J. I n.) lay ___ _____ __ 1 .. !OS I smoker and luncheon was R rVt'I)1) first and' second choice votes : ,\

1 1ii t. "Ii Illinois _ _ .._ _ _ _ __ __ .(C. (G. Iturmeister __ _ h 100Tilimssic Bt the meeting held Tuesday night !,[ hoth counted Sidney J. Calls 'claim's! ., t

. .. __ __ _ _ __ ._ Thomas Iliac -_ _ _ _ __ !17 the nomination with lead of -417
*Q* 4 4V *5* ;{ 00000 a
J J* 4- 4* ** *;* *** *:* *:* ; !i from which the: buds are out should ,{ and enthusiasm marked the official organization -
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ii a r.x' I be about ,the thickness of ah oidi--, --- - of. the company. I over V. .V. Knbtt.: Knoll's; headquarters .. '

M' 4 AVOCAIH)) PKOPAfi.\TION C;. ," nary 1 load pencil. Choose rip-nod end'' Hy Peter 1'. ('urnpy. The new militia law just passed! bycongress a still claims that he is. nominated .

4 .} ( branches, and: avoid soft-wood .mil The above lisle! ch-impions: are only "be ijuite an event. It is competition allows pay to the State but refuses to. give out figures. _. ; (

< By II. 1'. Rolfs.vocados *; scions: in a flush of g I owth. Rod II few of those, who will pait,>cip'-.te in (jjbat makus for better spoitsuianshlp.' Troop - '
4 that have .shown a tendency to decide the I Enlisted 1 men will reeeivo payamounting KISSIMMEE PLAYS TIE
4. t'' grow: t the event to i.matcur: chninpionlrrt Quite a lIuml>""' of tournaments It
+ .> <- <; + .; .;. .:' *; .!. *; .;> .;> .:. *; I will take readily" :vul! be more likelyto ,| of America under 'th.IIlI"- i I abuse the 1 iiserage II 1'1' lste: <;l during I i I to aboul_.$1 a drill, with

:: i '. are 'easily grown from "spring"/ than bud1- \.hi.-h :ai,1' dormant piccs of the! lntei' > tate,: Association fur the week' also. 'I'he'rx'iu, City ('Iu"l!additional) pay for non-conimission'ed WITH WINTER HAVENWinter

'(r I se d. The seed l retain i tluir i vitality I or" have lost Ur-ir, ; "1''h, a. I ih.1' Kncuuragement, of Triipshootingin in Mni'ii'iipolis, i is having its first'':'lofTiceri! alid rifle expeits. Captains

{ fo several weeks after having been bud wood I is scarce Ih' teimirutl, ] bud St. I."in1tat"' in August.: Only them tournament\ and is awarding. a great'i i'lumber will receive $.r>00 per year, first liell-I -' ...-

j _rcoved from the fruit or, thin. I lease from ripened wood may be ii'I' | .1-1,1 .' a.I.! t of 'I.t.: ehi; i.ipio'ishijis' can ' of trophies undconsiderable. ) ','! t<'l1nnb' $:\\(111.() und second. : (' Haven Jflne 16. -KiHsimnve .

it has I been possible to distribute I will, take as rapidly': ar the sn- binK. Iutulpat] t ( in' this want which! like\ (ii-h. to nil ''rest/ the rapshootei t Tlie'' $2!>0. For other officers' the pay will and, Winter Haven played thirteen '*.*

J avocados to all portions of the tropi- :1 Care of ,iud-. t the! cliampion-h: 'vonts in th" stuleswill Ho-e'-A l .tim( will be used. The Wjr-:& |, he rated] uccording the rank rind innings her) today without a :.'

ical world. While the seedlings; usu.il, I! In budding/.! a'o'ad.I'u.. ,," in' bml-" lie'' :.t Kin trrgets.: This compe'it .-a\\ Iml. din; \ 'Club( 'is sinking. its'' special -ej'viee.: To obtain ibis money flecision. The score was three to :'}

if Iy produce a rapid growth aid, generally < ding otl"l! "C"'y stoik I it i, ndd< ,ion, liri'ig--, ; t the! bt anal"ur TiMiitli. t tournani-'iit/ and the :Marvs-, olTiceiund men mist| t 1 he present at. ,, three when darkn intervened.hed .

," ]] make excellent trees only .visable to pea: fonn I he iip<";:,tion ,..sspeedily ln>t-' 'I';i .AMK'IH"! to;',''h"r and,1 tlu i 1111., ', Kai-sa-, (Inn ( lab is ,ha'i, ,ig i III l least foity-t-ighl dr-ills, : oiwh year I! Suireiii-y\ outpit, Ha,'/.. through
A. about one out of thirty pro\c us valUpWe as consistnt with i. iv. .\ Ls in'iiT 'is uriiUi"-Uonalily| the brat fi.i. tbe .lirist I tll1l<'. The Iliivti CUll; and, 'peild at least t Iwo weeks ana &: out'th long K'lln" but his stipp.Mtweakened

as budded variotiThe. bitter little.' (illH'- a, I'd; ,|(. -hotl-l|': eUn. i- -.;(ia't !in tin-! ,land, ,j liIYr :i-'lh"!: aiviatc'in ( hula, 'amid' t !1...."*71 oti-etixe, As-ociation; ('.11111'' The .drills, must cover a periml at crueinl" :momenta, nnd but
can usually]] be obtain'd from 'belwi'-'n. ( Tlieie little( lilfc'i'L-nce of of not, le- than one' and a half for I the sieed.woik, I the
nur4 oienmg| < the l I.. ,ik, "ul' c il.ting >ifti / ( i- lli\n. S. I It.) nre/ has ing the Tonrwiiii's ( ( on paths by
serymen. the bud from 11.(' "ciou.j / thmit1, !iI.! /in I'". 'IlaaIltl' of the profr--, I -', q1lhair" tournament: 'iiultlii hoii... Chamjilcss in the fifth the youngster< .

J Planting of. Seed.The .- f t.j linnH-diJ'.tely: after. nl.eitiIir' : ;"H ,:"nni"; I mi ; nialeur, .slio.t th'si tla\-. altiartionhoulii! ,a]>peal' In Hiepin | The .alal' will iw paid guardsmen stealing, / seeo-nl, thirdid' : Irimthe i

t se'ed.should. be planted soon I bud wrap ,'arfullyi lii-gmn-: \\liI It vv ilT I IP",,. ,imteii, that two of the a' -, I -mi.n" if that -ectioii.!' The" \
3 after it i is, taken from the fruit. One, hind< it aiKisable to use wax d hili. ( him' |>ion-,, in (the) -ibme, list h'"' p.'i- In1--, \1..11. <(< iiri Cluh n. C'IIIII ;I..l1n' $1 foi' each d'lll, held' but they ) home. (Ilaniels one hlllld,-d >

of the most satisfactory ways of propagating W'rap the bud,]*, (irmly last 'Lac ; an" .ff t -!rwa.nd" : .' tluit "'\ <'I'y cj'ainpionhip ,,, 'lit troph'e.s. and i-ash for ,it-I fo'ir'.h! A'II be ,lined' for, failure: to attend slab in deep| center, wa's the 'feature.: \ '".
,d frill, and I the live( sail f! be deducted J
04 avocadon i is t to plant ilia 1 : Ripening for the "(ytc.'. The exeiicnced lfi-: In en 0'1 I by a score: wear" 90)(}. -hoot. In the last 1 four' vhoots m."n- The sure..v .
', seed in boxes five inches; square an I ( j buddcr-will piefer to u." <\iap- 'I'luis fur, twenty-cig'it, 't"'e triiitmilit ; ',, 'tni'ied the ..I.II'Hnbbll\ system will from their" -:alai' }' It thought that ,. H. (too 080.:; ooo(( ooo (n:1 I :" r.i-2:! 1

fourteen inches deep./ Such a box ping tr inc. Wrappmg' '\! t twine --houM.K :. 11l.h"'n "OIlIlu<'l.-,; and! tM'Omm I.! .. ""..1. The :.Midland( 1 Kinjiire: Ilii'i.li-, the. new provision: s':ii make for atroijrer : Is: 'nll'e .OdO( :'tOO 000) 1100:1(I : 7 :2

K can be made from cypress rhingles ? drawn (irmly ',"d y.'t not tight' e .1\\ (' on tic lapis for the week, at lap at "iO:; tin getwill be the big ernt rational' guard. .' I Hattt-ries--Surrency. .iglu;(. ( ;Irant- ,
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'."'1' .- and a piece of pin board.. The '"oil l ''enough to inju"'.- the bark/ tiering, the, hand. :.Minnesota ;1\101 i :Ma-sarhuseits ifi, th :'Hillings shoot. "'- Although, it is not customary to hum ; Barge" anil Story, and Ucgero."When .
). used in next week or' ------ ] ri\e- out tbt mjster, roll of military I -,---- - ,
these boxes should be rich ten dl'\'s. The 1'rut will riage(: the tournaments. The forni"r -
: I.11'i; STOCK( :MAKKE'T. companies; and Mich list was. refused.1I I go down to the grave I
l loam. PTficH the aced in the soil co should be as ca-rcfully load a1; pos will be a threedayfair( and if.
( by the offic '!"-, it is learned' that must like so others 'I 1 have
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that it will be covered about an inch, the latter', will bo on for two days I f I
., and In it I, Xiitional, Stock\ Yards, III.. June 1:1:t, among" the member 1 of the rew company finifhed my dey's work.' Hut I cannot I'
water daily. When about> ten a week or two will be pOS I' C. I. (0,1.01) won I th' :1lassachusattsj| !
1 IHlli!' '. Today's receipts Cattle are : Ernest :M. Oliver "Jr., say, 'I 1 have finished my life.' My rs,
ble :
inches tall the plant can be placed in to tell whether tlv.hud has taXen'or ton rnanent in 1)14!) sith'91t breaks ,
position for budding. Those thnt nre ', not. If the bud; has failed' the and' K A. Staples captured the title "..1(1(1( ( ; hogs, S.r.oO( ( ; sheep, G,0O(;, ( .' unr-- :Mac Kritz Holland H. (Clark | day's work will begin the next morn { F

tardy in developing 'be given\ further {''w"lIppingmay be removed' ami1 another ,in 1M! ,"> with !)lK. Thl''I1: inn"Mtll.tOlJl". I The cattle market today was verv 'Nicholas' Smith, :Marion A. Farmer, I, ing. The tomb i is not a blind ,alby.'It i'r,
''' dull nid !." to 21c lower than last Ira II. Best Ralph Arnold, Tie McAllistcr. '' is a thoroughfare. It closes In the .t
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,1 attention. In time ncnrly] 100 attempt made. If the bud has nament in li14! was,, won by F. A. .
of taken it will be advisable Wel:k's <'lose. |,' Josh L. Baibcr. Peter Paul twilight to open on the! dawn."-Victor f '''!!
f per cent the seeds will make I to rjhv ve Uiehter with 9S S I breaks, and F. S.
No'-I 'iSavuge Goorg" W. :McOowan, Arthur Hugo. '
plants suitable for budding some of the wrapping to pel'll1it rapid \'otnyon the honors last year Killinl'lItlleCho <-p to prime
.. Jarr-II Jnmes W. Oliver Nat Car-
The plant may be set out at a growth of the bud. j i ji 911.! ( It seldom. that! a champion I lepeats I steers, .$" to $8; good to choice, sao: I
I lson. Will :Mason Tiller, Embry LaMartin Miss Florence Powdcrmaker has '
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v season of the when suitable As it is known {! but to $7.50 'medium !
year soon as definitely ,' Tom Hale 'of Tcnnesse., is ; to good $5.75 to :
moisture conditions; ) occur. Less cost )I that tho bud has taken, the-.top of the I an exception the rule. lie has. $6.50; common to medium; $5.25 to Joe N. Taylor. C. Bradley, been made assistant chemist in the ]

T'-' for watering wiH bo necessary' If they stock may; bo cut back., The operator' just' won the Tennessee' title for the $5.1>1; canners, $4.50 to $5; cutters\ J. C. Buckles, W. -N, Makinson,
are 'set out during.: the rainy season, will have;) to use' considerable third successive :year. $5 to $5'.50i; medium cows, $5.50 toG Crawford Joe Butler, I(, McClam, never before held .by' ft woman. I _

_I Greater losses will occur if they are. metn as to the form this'cutting; JUdg-// Beside/ the two championships list $ : choice cows, $6 'to $7; light bulls. i
0yl during'' cool dry weather.I, will take. At times it -is ed this week 29 other tournaments'i $5.25 o5.75; heavies, $5.75 to $B.50; ' '' V'Y

Sometimes it is desirable to plant remove the terminal bud and thus are registered. This, is the fourth; )I yearlings $4.7.7: to $.",.2: ; heretics, !

:,: 1\ 'the seed''directly in the field where I throw" growth into the bud. At other successive week that 31 tourname i, :9irr.n I;; l in. zn. _.r.nlitrht-; "- ,, vl.,-,1). ...uK-ie.-. . ... ??. Classified i Advertisements; ;;; 'r ]

I' the tree is to otand. Treatment-some- [ times it is advisable: lop the stocK; have In en registered, which meall"l l'j I,,,10 $11.

somewhat similar to that'cn, th : wed by cutting: it enough/ to permit the that I tournaments: \ under ..,- ,, Stock Cattle I, from Tick( Free Territoiy I


In the field. To protect the young breaking off. A.* soon us the buy(.d, 'STALLION FOR COLT SERVICEStronr' FOR SALE UK): THAI for horse and "
.tl seedling from sun scalding, 'I is ad- rnud a growth two' or three inches' Tb" '::1! (tournaments" tins week" \ late. :S."i.T.I to M: .10( ; cnminon to nu( ilium, intelligent, gentle, excellent wagon one 2 cy. BuIck In good ,

h';"'I..tvisable l to place half lotted mulching long< mole" of the top may be ivmovod. ; place]: in I IT states, j"ra'tK'a\: !) fi mi s.'M to :'::..7;.; gaud' sung\ heifers, condition. )loney refunded ifno (,condition /good ties; must sell| or ;

;, bout* "them. With carcfi I attention I Ii 'I| or, in the case of ;a weak stork 'Iauat -t ,to. coast. Piinsj: \I\'ania. lilli''.n.amI ' S.'i.'J.I: to AG.(! colt. 422 West Oak street. 6tf trade at once. A. M. Jones P. O.Box '1
!i:: If i hey will grow nearly :as rapiuly in all of the top may be removed.) 1'inal-, lama will, sta re fOil,' haul' .1 221. Klsslmmen 7tf I
), I'aike's 1 I :nl I l..dn( lioirs direi't., Cii'n'inl ; I I
,.., ,the: field as in seed boxes. ly the stock should l be cut off close anent inch ; ;\lill/1/ (. .ha. Indiana ..-,,11.11 maiki't t .1 to !tar lii'rher with a hip FOR SALE-Good-. light running-top FOR SALE-Barrerf Plymouth Rock t
HuddinK.- above the bud and smoothed 'careful ;\ \'Ialld. oMahoma: und South I' I in I
order. Will sell
't: ( ..if " r-, 'ni.-idc! at'' (Hi (ini-h.; Hulk of buggy, good hens, peerless strain; 150 homer I
,,":'J + Almost any of the several,' ) ,Methods, \ ly. In most, cases ,H, a is aiKisal! > tocover lulu two each, ."Montana: !Ka'i-.i-: 11"I giwiil hogs, H'O Ibs. npwartl. cheap. For particulars, write or call pigeons and 2 to :3! pound friers. i i iM.
of budding may be employ'd."lwl'( the wound with some antiseptic ( ))111"! Wisconsin, 'reiinrssee., ,, l.otti, I iana. i- :a0 fU51 at the Valley Gazette.: : I). Alexander, proprietor Peerless '
r to $!J M'.1 ; I'JO: to ( ) II (fn.fs.r.n;!: ( tg 1
..,;. j: both stock and scion n r,' in good conjlition I or paint. Ninth: Carolina' :N'ew.: York .n.d l l.M.iailiiietts --- - - Fruit and Poultry Farm. 26if .
I ::9.!! l 1.1 ; lighter" pigs .7.,0: /) tu $:n.r>0); i FOR REST-Six
modern cot
4 room
shield --- -- - -- : ,'h.Tlu.r. .
which is
budding 1\<11- j one "
rstic rii'ts ;'i Japan! rank icngli-: Ss 71 to Sil.1.1.! tage close in ; $12 month. E j
ally. employed for citrus: will \Ia"> fou.ulVTatl I .- will I lie $10(1(1((( ( in added 1 ni'iii-\ per I FOR SALE-A new lot of fine little ',
above tradesmen who ul the hotI I Xutioii, I.i\e; Io"m.\ <"o.Mil E. Wells, Real Estate: and Insurance. -
'+.t.: factory. Ht-forc the bud is in- lire ey IIi the. :.Minnesota champial.lp! ) -- -- -- ---- ---- -I 104 Possiel Ave. (The Inn) ranches on the market; young j
torn of the social 1 bidder.
I IMI
pprtod. care should'b" taken to "xL ;I -hootlncli. will K' condui'trd\: ", ( uu, lieItochiter K I : rew IIIII-. groves; shrubbery' ; good roads. Seo :
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}tmine the stock to see that! 'I", b.p-k 1 [I i t K i : i'nu in ii-. : Gun; ('lull tarp' Tin1 - I FOR SALE-Ford rond.iter, 225.: or address, C. E. Swopc. 23-5t :
t paratei. smoothly from" the' wood.. . |Ito.-e sy-tem will be used. A iiiinil ,-r 'ru.,,,, I:'yil'I ..r '"", n1., ."I al.."Ial..I ... f. (;cod ('olllilt iOIl. Extra truck ho<1y. _. : :
; It Till* lotnl" ol, .o,,I ,, a'IalIII'al"m'I', ., I ,, . .,.I I I'q, . .1., . '
I i jiTn"other word! the Stock must be ..r i'-, ..i.i i '.iiini.. \ \"ill . n I. ,!+ of sp 'id, events will) lake place :">u-n I 1,1,,' , .. < IN' "I 'aa, ,l"'l,,.III.It I>, \ I'? 1I I"'.I ":'If." P. O. box 12t: :!, Kissimmee. 22-4t FOR SJ\LE-Tpnt, 14 by 21, with sit:
I.,, III" ,in..l. Iu-III.I; i.I, "" ..1,. "lu 1"1" h> I MS.i: ., | ,. .. .I'h '' -- -- -- ----- -- - foot side walls :almost ,in vWill
t 1.1. II ,1 ;
M
?"zrowing well. :M"..t )people) hnb'),, -t ',"ii." M, 11 u ; > I I',',, 'I''' .' 'nI ,tun. 1, 1., ., il.i I. for which many trophies', ba\c '> . I v .. .. .
,7'.ucees8 I ; during dry w :thi r. I Irl.lcl.: . ,.IH I 10 IIlitl'l .- I'I> 1.' .I I.." ,I""I ., IIi.I.. .... .., aI1..,, .. bra, i "i>'itnlniteil., One ol 'ill.-: -Jl". a I"a ', I; ?' ,M, ", -, 'I ,...I, i I ad. |. I -I.:, :> I i ;ill.- i itor \\.:, I Irl: 1;I,?I {"OR SALE One.I'QU.I. saddle horse be BC !Id l l1t a h"1" g-ain. A''dresn' T. II.
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dBud- wood of ,desirable v-ii<-ti"s I. "I Nin'1 \\ill be a hunt shoot. ,lU"1! '" I I'u: I i '_* 'I 1\\,, i i I? .ji.- --I .
.t i+ may 4be obtained from mont \tii'es I ''II I Ill'i' K: iKM.'Si.., : iMi" i i u. I..a. tram> i ;n n h\ man slioolini( !; .,,,;. I n" fta'gtt i ,I'l, t". -. I.I .' I"I I. t I <: I 1'1'I i ,\ l i I 1,1-:MI I I I.I , 'in, in W. W. ('111.0'1. tf ---: -:I-- -"- l liy g'iil-- in -nice" "
I 'I., i iVIII-J : : I 'M-.K: I Ii , DWEI) LIN<;S for rent to M
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