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 23, 1916
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00756
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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,;1 MONTHS AFTER HOLDING CON- year eighteen months, if concerted .PROHIBITION ADVOCATESAT Ctptaia Howard. M.rant ;
FERENCE WITH STATE UNIVERSITY action is taken within the next few THE NEXT SESSION. OF Lieut.-Lee JarreU. . .

EXPERT. weeks for a general campaign againstthe LEGISLATURE. $

enemy of the cattle industry in I Privates.: I ISUNANIHOUS 1i.i.

this section. Although of the privates
Recent agitation\ of tick campaignin TOSUBMIT 'ed officer before the company' left ENTIREPOPULA. ,

Osceola county has already I led J to PRESENT AS 3.
have not been made .
EDGEWATER FARM COMPANYTO the erection of two more dipping vats. TO BE DIRECTED: appointments DURING! MID, ;

ERECT TWO SILOS IN AD- One of these is now almost completedat ALSO AGAINST CLUBS IN follows: I 0 U R COMPANY

DITION TO QNE ALREADY IN the lands of the Shaker Colonynear "WET* TERRITORY-BILLINGS- Alford.- Letter I E. THAN A WEEK.

USE-J. W. MILLER L. H. IN Narcoeee,I while the other has LEY BILL TO* HAVE STATE Arnold Thomas J. AT LAST MINUTE, 'I

"I'' GRAM AND J. WADE TUCKER just been laid out by B. E. Evans COLLECT ALL LICENSES MAY Arnold WUKun. OF SEVENTY-

WILL ALSO BUILD-INGRAM demonstration agent for :John Pad- BE PASSED-ANOTHER GIVES Avant, Harvey C. AND OFFICERS. ,

i W. W. CARSON ORDER' CUTTING gett, a cattleman at St. cloud.I ATTORNEY GENERAL RIGHTTO Barber, Josh I.. {J (i
FOR USE. I Demonstration Agent Evans is actively LAWS.A gath. ''j 1
MACHINE ENFORCE LIQUOR Bass, Albert and 2000 persons
at work in the tick eradication
Bin, Du ont G. night and cheered
What may provo' a county-wide campaign and is giving all the help careful purvey-of the membership Best, Ira H; ,
: start- I.and advice he can to those who wish ... company of I rI
.t campaign: for bilo-building waa of the hext Florida Legislature Bradley William C.
this week when a to join in the movement.It I I I its!!: final prepara- :
'p ed in Kissimmee indicates that it is strongly prohibition Bronson, John L.
,ti number of leading growers of .feedstuffs is likely that soma plan of concerted in its tendency and that antiliquor Buckles, James C .I for its trip to the .,
Prof. C. L. action will be developed by the I : -- : at Black Point, .
held a meeting with legislation will be one of the Batter, Joe '\,
Florida University, leaders in the cattle industry in this I : whore the Florid
of of
.; "Willoughby. features of the session 1917. Carson, lid T
.. and agreed to begin at once the build- countybefore many more weeks have This indication brings Kissimmeeinto Caster, Harper R. are being mobil-
the Mexican boa I
in? of silos. passed. prominence, owing to the fact Clark, Holland R. on :

The meeting was held in the office that Representative N. C. Bryan, of Coleman, Edward A.

oT B. E. Evans, county demonstration TO BUILD AMUSEMENTPIER this city who was re-elected without Crawford G. G- '. as have never before ,

agent and Prof Willoughby, who hue opposition, was chairman of the temperance Duke, Eddie : in Kissimmei were
charge of the Animal Industry committee at the last session Ehrhardt Normand : Grnyctone Casino r

r C courses! in the Agricultural Depart- ON LAKE FRONT and one of the leaders in the Estey, Leos W. night While and friends early 1

ment of the Stats University explained anti-saloon J.nd liquor legislation.... at Farmer, Marion A. l11ing.
: both in blic'toout.
C to those present the benefits to be that time. v Fennell. Edward L. p a
NORTH CAROLINA MAN HAVING words of encourage-
derived from the use. of silos as a Mr. Bryan owing to the promi- Griffin, Lawrence
mea-is of storing feed-stuffs for tho PLANS DRAWN FOR STRUC- nence he won during his first term in Graves, Roy C. sisters and wives,
TURE TO BE ERECTED OVER I bravely as they could,
:.. use. of liva-stock during the seasons I the legislature\ is sure to again boone Hankies, William G.
when grazing is not as good as it of the foremost legislators in this Heptinger, LI C. their ones r
should be and also for the purpose movement at the next e sllion: Hix Jackson, Robert .

.. of fattening live-stock for the mart MIT IS SECURED. views on .the contemplated programof JarreU Arthur B., Jr. gathering about the

kets. the anti-liquor forces\ are therefore Johnston, James M. of the company i
It Prof. Willoughby's contention Kissimmee may soon have an in pre-senicn E. : evening and remained
was important any Johnston. Joe r
that if the stockmen of Florida amusement: pier. built over the watersof forecasts King, Wallace (col. cook) train bearing the;' .

I will go into the growing of feedstuffs Lake Tohopckaliga. at the foot of Mr. Bryan says: King, William ] before The 1 o'clock ,

'.. and) the usa of silos for storing Potseil avenue if the.plans of P. C. "A .constitutional amendment sub- Kriti, James Max in \throe midnight sections ,
the feed that there will be no necessity -
Lutz, of Leonorc N. C., materialize.Mr. mission bill will) undoubtedly I be introduced LaMtrtin, Embry the state troops for' ; ,
of selling stock-to be fattened mother Lorenz Fred A.
't\ Lutz recently came here from at the opening of the next The local 'company .
states and then sent to market, R. H.
'J: Lndlam,
of the \ and from .
session legislature a section three of the
,di. the feeding companion reaping a profit North Carolina where he has been Lapfer J. EMaldsson
which should belong to 'the stork in the; banking business for a number careful poll of the membership W. T. bore the. troopefrom w
\ will in 1911 it is ,
body which convene and Wauchula.,
raiser. of years. He was impressed with the Mal H.'M.
\ that the bill will How alO., t
assured carry the train which,
As a result of the meeting ManagerX. >ossibillties of the lake front and im of
,5; McPherson, .of the Edgewater mediately began considering the ideaof cver,-the. passage of this bill will not -, -- -- -- just .ahead,r,carried

.. be th, only antiliquor legislation of I' ,"companies'and the
has an amusement pier.
Farms Company, which'already
one eightyToTT, will erect twomore He'is now having plans drawn by the ....Ion.. The amendment,cannot PUBLIC RECEPTION at the depot cheer
be voted.on by the people until .the band
the Kissimmee
: ; Architect Alan J.. MacDonough: for
; .of the same capacity: giving
r the It I. his tint .general .election following .thepassage musts i@,>
w' "Kim a capacity-of'240: 'tons. J.: Vf. proposed pier. planvso LADS4S, THEY "
Miller, and L. H. Ingram of Kissim- ILIa.underltood,. to erect the building of the bill and that would had been >placed>. here
( mean the fall of 1918. In 'order to _. ; the time : !' "
the of depart-
( nee will erect sixty ton silos and over water at thefoot Possei I -- ---- 0'r '

't.v :J. Wade Tucker will build a thirty-ton avenue if a permit can be secured for take. care of the problems furnished I Kissimmee'scompany of National fitted for.the local .company'' : 0""

1 silo at his country place north of the such a location from the city council.He by the liquor traffic in the meantime i Guardsmen was"given a rousing pub tire ''boarded they' -were' :. :.

1>I city. has also considered building the there will be other needed legislation I lic reception Wednesday night 'before _hands and speak- .,:

fF All of the silos to be built will be off pier beyond the present city dock. "Just what this other legislationwill its departure for the state mobilization ry farewell. Then was a : '. '

f frame construction and actual work The plans as now being prepare be can not be stated definitely so camp at Black Point, near and the boyt had boarded '
far In advance of he session but it hung from the, ,:
r>. of erection will be started at once. by Architect MacDonough call for a Jacksonville. gars they 'I
Dr. W. W. Carson already; has a motion picture theater, a skating rink is easy to know what evils need correction When it was learned Wednesdaythat by of citizens passed. (:'

ailo on his dairy farm, ...t.f the and dance floor;'together with a promenade and from that deduce the rem- the boys had been called to the the hands of the sol :..

?\ city, and together with L.. H. Ingram around the entire building and edies to be applied by law. frone'W. B. Harris, of the Valley Gazette had ** M. ' 0

Y, has ordered a cutting machine, 'tohe" spaces for refreshment parlors and First, there must be some legislation called upon the business men company first design x

operated with electricity. The other amusement devices. The whole 'to- regulate the clubs now operating of the dty and other prominent citizens. and K, Second Infan 'pfd

e cutting machine will! be of a portable plan is still in a formative stage and in 'wet' counties without license. Within less than an hour a at the .last minute ,. ,

'fil- character so that it can be moved easily definite .announcement of his intentions I The lack of laws to handle this sit.II fund was provided for refreshments. order from General J. :1tf':

Ii. ,. from one location to another and have not as ,et-been made by Shortly after ten o'clock in the head of the Florida .ff

t" used fn filling the silos of those who Mr. Lutz. -- ... ter-ritory evening after the final preparations B. This change tat4'

-fl.. wish to use it. had been made for departure and all the of the fact that '.
The silos erected in this vicinity \ members of the company had been : company, which had .ht
t c//' will be largely used in furnishingfeed A. F. BASS PURCHASES I be placed upon these clubs during the .. K:and had disbanded y.?:t.R P'
V interim between the next session of .
to carry yearlings through the after the call to \

.t'}.-'a first winter and to feed stock for the 2500 HEAD OF CATTLE I' the legislature and the passage of RECRUITINO.STATION : was organized .r J
the prohibition amendment, which is .
markets. before the itate troops ..: ""t
; "I I apparently sure to be approved by the '
by President Wil ,i4
YOUR MAGAZINES A. F. Bass, county commissioner voters. IS OPENED BY STEEDSecond IN only been mustered h.'". th . ,.
i.i.SEND. from the Third District and one of I "At the last session of the legislature than a week when ft ':', '
a bill was proposed by AttorneyBillingsley '
the leading cattlemen and citizens of Lieutenant W. :J. Steed, of \ mobilization camp. Y)
of Miami, providing that .
wr) TO OUR SOLDIER BOYS SU Cloud this week purchased 2,500 only state licenses be required for the Company B, Second Infantry, N. G. not yet been trained im' i

#1 ". head of cattle from Tom rind Claude sale of liquor and that the proceedsof F., which if' the Kisslromeo company, arms and had only .
) Page eons of the late Sol l Page of was left behind when the boys left boys a few hoot,. Among \i y
,/r When you have finished reading this license should be divided "
Polk county. The two Page boys( were for the mobilisation camp at Black however, were several
\y' your magazines, why not send thimto among the counties of the stale Vf
here on Monday to close the deal. Point near Jacksonville y.. will remain and this fact will oi
Kissimmoe's soldier boo at the whether Vet' or 'dry'This law was
I.* Early next week Mr. Baas with a here as a recruitling dfflccr until in rounding out the! C.;
State ? devised at first to the .
Camp grounds, answer argument -
:t II corps of cowboys will leave for Polk enough members are secured to give jiold, : ,
.1 The boys will appreciate: this that the elimination of the saloon :
w todrive the cattle Ed. for the'stateroops
county throughthe the its full strength.This
company war !
:r..;rip, thoughtfulness on the part of the caused a loss of revenue to the )1
country to the Upper St: Johns was by orders of the State Military R President Wilson early ,.
: folks at home and will enjoy reading counties made 'dry'. Representativesof I
.r 1 probable
country where they will b. placedon department and the same pro- service on the
during the hours they ere off duty. the liquor interests promised at the 4 't
the range. Mr. Bass says that cedure is being followed by all of the ond Jt was not known
J.. 1 Mail sent to them 'should be ad.dressed last session of the legislature that ,'
this herd of cattle includes some of state companies. regimen. wt>ujd be
care of Kissimmee Company, if this law were not passed they
b<). the finest steers in Florida. Privates :J. M. Johnston and W. G. General F'o.ter.a.. .- :
.. '" State Camp Grounds, Black Point, would abide, by the Davis Package* Hankins were detailed to help Lieut. I ka.Tho hours later that, the* ..
'1.--:" Florida. Law provisions. They} have fled to
Steed in the of bars would be mobJll&eet.t.ii\
recruiting new mem
..,, i COLE BUYS INTEREST k-eep their word and I believe that
bers for the He has officer,. Cola
company. opened
iTUCKER the law should now be passed."Then .
\t BUYS MILLER there is a bill, which the a recruiting office in the StateBank I has lplr, is the senior of ., \

IN LAKELAND STORE liquor men themselves have atated-- building and a big,sign desig- troops and fob the. r ,,
"nates its location Young men between will that the Second: Reg-KtK' l'
"y LAND NEAR HIS HOME they wanted passed placing liquor \ .
': the ages of 18 and 35 are olig. [ complement ef offi- .
under food' This
a 'pure provision. :
able the ,
& to and uniforms oil fie
[ H. E. Cole of the Cole membership a t
tto ? Jewelry Co, bill if enacted into a law would regain was
learned there '. +
equipment will' be furnished to Mil
\m. J. Wade Tucker, who is now buUdiijg of Kissimmee has purchased the interest 'that. a standard of purity be established ,
: ?.?" a fine 126,000 residence north-of of L C; 'Hull fn' the firm pf and would; compel UK brand. who enlist. Transportation to the I., ment' ia local'"cir,' :i
*. mobilization local of the new cemV .
r ,, the -city on the Klssimmee-Orlando Cole Hull at.Lakeland.:, Mr. Cole's Ing-of all packages to show their eon- camp will also be furnished I '. .

IV.i t;; {'brjck,highway. has| purchased! twenty-! ....other. C. A Cole, is the other member teats.aDCI If Mended. or compounded by tb.lt1fUtryauthorities.Ur. I from" officers.' got", la touch1 with r'lr tir i

'T' :.4Jtwo acres adjoining his'plaoe'froms of the firm and the name of the the label;;.testate what Ingredient :. and M.... w. .M. UxUon T andchildren 'I one ef the jor.Col1Inat' regimental', if '. ifi

!. )'''T.W.: Miller. It is understood that the Lakeland store changed to Cole have been compounded or mixed. of,.Co'Augustine, art.., wOT : : .bars toaislstthat&< .
purchase price was $4600. Jewelry Company, which will new op- "Enforcement of,liquor, laws'wheq far several''wests' her afca. r*' .ad"I' : > j tboi

\':... This',gives. Mr. Tucker between 40 erate both .w.... left entirely-.. to local offdaU ftfl eater in the Kocheaderfer torn'fa C. ? ;, ,Met .;,was
f--..." sad M *cre* bel it u said tht'he in- The many friends of'Mr. Cole will 'Inte.yvHtlcs and resttlU' fa lax Kli-t 4mat.y.fMratri" WIll. 'I +lis; ordered" td-r,

v*;tencts: to Improve all of this large be pleased to hear that be Is brand.' conditionswhich. should -'aloe ..existfo who aeeompaoied' ihenCafW: '''a few men arrivedon-the,. 2 >

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Miss Mildred: 'Andersoa if Tisiungher'sister CARD OF' THANKS. which -Mrs. Thurman alSo l owns. I the Thutman residence h..not,, beennnneunced \'
Mrs. S.. H.. Irey, of near I
( '- I'' of I by Mr., Gustos? :'+I
Cloud Orange Center. We wish 'to ,our thanks rgtho What disposition will be> ''made ',,'- '
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Mrs Floyd: 'visitedat the hoDie''of kind friends and neighbors for,, ',
her Mrs. G. B. "
sister Woodalla
.; por- and
their Iy npathy kindness during
tion of this week, .
the last illness, death and burial of
Miss Leona Bronson -of near our mother Mrs. Newhart. Especially A. 7
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Orange Center, visited 'Mies Susie Ti: ,do we wish to thank Rev. Wither

son'a part' f this' week. I II 'spoon, the Woodmen, of the World and :

't I R. L. Ivey and Earl. Bronson were. the Woodmen Circle and all those
J. KissinuneeL. of fun. Punch and wafers were .
was a
Iilt,' Kissimmee 'callers Saturday. J who sent flowers.-Mrs. S. F. Fansler
served' and after/ a pleasant eveningall
visitor on Tuesday.
adjourned to their different homes. Mis and! Mrs. S..H.; tvey and daughter land' family Will Newhnrt. r-
W. S. Alyea left on Menday for a Marguerite were Shing-1 Creek I

few weeks' trip to Missouri. 4444444,4440444 visitors Saturday and (" W. .
I* P. Irvine, of Lake City, was in Murray Overstreet is visiting his LOW ,
00 <0> <0> <0> >Co <0> >00 >Co >Co >00 <0> '>00 >Co <0> t FROM JACKSONVILLE .
our city on Thursday last. grandma this week.
is 1f I' I II .I M. Lw . .' / 1e C Y .r- tt -
PEG-A-WAY. W.1T== AI ,.,. :,: r
Fox of Orlando Yr N r
Rey.. Father A short program was rendered at II I r t D..r.-----. MM ..-.. + eaN1N+.w+ N N +,
Wednes was'I' Nt: M. .. M MI-IMI- -- tl 1..- IIJf M
in our city on ay the church Sunday night, cefebratiiiKChihfren's 444444444444444 i < -. aa T 1.I.dN..aN... N.NIw
A deal was consummated during TN =.-u..u... LL" PNw' YArMnl..t
I I i iM Mi. iwat Mw..l- +--
of Narcoosseo ( Day. Miss) Iva Niswonjftr, 4 NARCOOSSEE. ,a 11 .
Mrs. MitEcl, was a : M Y IM Y r .k.r :
I, t St. Cloud visitor j n Wednesday. Mrs. G. C. Bronson and Mrs. R. L. 4444,44444444444. the past week 'Whereby A. W. Gustus!', tr L.A.d....(........() ilaai U.a M M1.IN M.AWr.r a..M..-..,..,.,_-.,.+ r .CY.. -,, "

I I Ivey were the committee appointed to I I I cashier bf the First National Bank, off.t. k U.d PNk.--. .C.MNyW..d MN. ..r.4. "" '
Mr. Hull and mother took in the I I L. n.n N Y CM..J. C.lII .
t Jacksonville this week. drill the children under whoso training J. B; 'HouMer visited his grovo at Cloud, becomes the owner of the! N.Pwld.O.*. L.Y..d a.. M& Pr.e N..wh 1.1 n. a..I e.l. i.jili
excursion to ,
the children did exceptionally Heart. Lake Sunday. I'Harry W. Thurman residence / I Tww..I..llr Mil$./1.W.VARIABI.F. LM 11.11 O IS.
r I. W. Miller and wife, of Kissim- well.The decorations were beautiful. Miss Albina Smith of prop- ROirfB TO DENVBH..SALT t AC t.COLORADO j"
visitors Thursday Kinsimmoc erty on the lake front. The: consider, SPRING IIOS ANOELESJtAN FRANCISCO .. ,t teI
mee, were St. on A large audience gathered to spent Tuesday with M. L. Tindall's PORTLAND. SKATTLB. TC.
I Ifar1lily.
e, last. hear" the little folks in spite of the I ation i is reported to have been approximately I II I ON.db. M, L..1..Ld Ir.yY cs_N,r .. .. C
I .. .r..l k..1
i I Mrs. Manuel Hollenbaugh left on bad weather. Mr. Victor Hill and Mr. Voorhees ; $15,000. TO TNa NOTH AND WOmTHWBtT"THS W..W..I la..1k .Ir Nhldt.r.
I / .....
The sale was effected by John S. r.IN .5 h. r.
Wednesday morning for a visit to Mrs. Walter Bronaon spent Wednesday left Monday for several weeks visit tOUTHUlND"t.OI/ t.d ....n.. Ai..N, a... "
Cadel, administrator of the estate, rill. I.wNN11N CN./NUN rd Pr ,1.t.w.., M... JWdn.a.le f'
tv Filtsburg, Pa. in Orlando.Mr. in Cincinnati. .' i r.d....!...LMW.her A. M.
,the property, however, was owned'by "DIXIS PLYPace N. An...., Ck n..1.. S..III.. .
Gene Bryan end William Makinson, Garrett was a Kissimmee vis- Mr. Archie McLanc. of Barton'' Mrs. Thurman and is not a part of lMm.jMkM.nlto r. M.."etas.! OMs..FJ A. M. ,
I N.r.1N.,
t of Kissimmee, were St. Cloud callers itor Tuesday. Lake,.clerks in Mr. Hill's itoro while 'the estate. 1w..1IN..1T. I.LOUIS._.Lr..11N IXPat/E 5.25' .I.P.M.M., Nr.g ..M.I..N.NM..... N A.M.nn. .
f J on Wednesday.Mrs. I.. H. and 1 I'. V. Cromartie are Victor i.s away. I I Mrs. Thurman'and her neice, Miss I I dLNd _..wn..../N.L.IN Pw..dw N..I. aNY Yw MIL.a .Y.yk. N.N.DM..ace.N.DIW.... vw..wi LM ..

I' E. Morgan! I started Sundayto spendingthis;; -week-at, their place at Miss Blanche 'Brack returned from Marion Porter, will move to the I / :- -1 ir.a W.N.k .Nf".Nara YrkM..l n.w.arnlh.N.rla. "L.l C N..t.wM..NN..IM.n Pw 5.r V.Y.Ir.II. ..... \.'

spend the summer< with her parents Davenport Tampa, after spending three weeks Huzza property on Mabette street, -: - -- ,.;
r'SI' Floyd Bronson is spending this visit. She also three weeks'' C BRETNEY ,
--spent ]
t4 at Brownstown, 111. w. flooWo r.._. 'J..
week with his brother: Clint Bronson, with her sister in Auburndalo. She r -. I IB( ] &-... a rf ?IM. a. E.
ryl Miss Margaret l Fleming left Thursday I it U4
i and family near Hiwassce. reports having a fine time. I JACSdNYlllkrlL "

d to hpt'tid' the hummer at her old Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dennis and Mr. The ice erea'm social wus a failure O.M S..N........ a_......d. h__.,.-- .Y
home at Toledo Ohio. TAYLOR'S 4'I
t and 1\1 rR. I. P. Tison were Taft caller. last Saturday night on account of the

+ Mr. and Mrs. Hughes. left Tuesday .-. Suntlcy. rain. There will he cream: sold next BEST. ,

to spend the next throe months with W. O.) Bronx_ oiid--family visited Saturday night. Everybody invited, -

, friends in Tennessee. at the F. II. Tyncr home Sunday. Mr. Parmer, of New Ed.n, shipped BLOOD July: 4th RAZZLE DAZZLE CELEBRATIONIN

Mr. Ralph Reynolds, who has been Art Bronson and wife were Kis- a large load of fine' cane syrup Tues

i in DeSoto county for some time, ar- simmee callers Saturday.: day. MEDICINE

rived home on Tuesday. O. B. Sicvcr end bride, Mrs. II. G. Mr. Eberty has a fine lot of watermelons -

W. II. Cook, of California, arrived Sicver, Miss Collier !ll'G.. B. Wood- now ripened.Mr. FOR RHEUMATISM St. Petersburg

here Wednesday and .is much pleased all motored out to'attend the Chil- Enoch Tyson wn, a visitor in ft fa You /t miAet faa fee 'fi at "
with our city and climate. dren's Day exercises --Sunday, night;i St. Cloud Tuesday evening.Skinner"Satisf .

Ur. L,. C. Riddle spent Wednesday, .-- -- -- 1

i if t Thursday and Friday at Orlando at-

tending the dentists' convention.Mr. },

and Mrs. 11. 1). Brainerd l lgft
Tuesday to spend some time with rel- .}
I action Guaranteed"Citrus oSto
ii atives and friends at Chicago, 111. Y
Mr. and Mrs. Brown, of Ohio, ar- SAWMILLMACHINERY <
House \
rived last week and are pleasantly Packing Machinery '

1 located on Pennsylvania, avenue. % For the of IDlCrl"1 this line t It
i"4' << season<< .
i' Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Williams, of i + t ' nail\\\ In-, evenmore desirable than in ...:/gIy '.... ...t.1i. .. y
t left Mondayto the will ALL SUPPUF3 .
Pennsylvania avenue ,. Mast Improvements Le ... &; .a -..
spend the summer at Asheville, made, but all strong points] of old Write For Pn And .L -;: "-... '_ - a:,
< s --
N. C. I niude's: have l>een retained. -
.. Eurdotte and Paul Northrop left Ajaiii \\e offer all Skinner<< equipment Catalogue

Thursday afternoon last in their carrot with the I.road ,tflianmtee! of t You are invited to the Big Celebration at Florida's Coolest Coast Res'ortOrut f

for a two weeks' camping trip to 1 $ satisfaction. Our claim for capacityr Program on Water Front Marine Sport on Municipal' Pler-Wat.r l Polo-
Okeechobee. completely made good wherever Swlmmlnc Races Canoe Tlltlnc.
r Llf. Saying Exhibition by Red Cross Life S..ln" Corpt.ORANOtVENINQ .
1 our machinery i is in use. '
Miss Alice Bailey, of Tampa, is visiting FETE AND RAZZLE-DAZZLE ON THE PIER. A FINE TIME'' FOR

ton BaileY, her friend Miss Hazel 'i'' I.ri. 1 "You did more than Band Concert. Battle of Confetti Raiile-Daiile' entertainment. Som.thlna' ; New- ?
Expels scrofulous humors from the Bla Dane at Pavilion on the Mol.
Coon, !is visiting with her. ll '; -l 1r1v t s
illl i 1 ; ;;; Ia Contract' called for7'.Alfred blood, which cause constipation, ma 100.00 CASH GiVE AWAY \ r. .I 1
!ft. W. Miller nas purchased the
III laria rheumatism, sores; ulcers, pi i At Evening! Entertainment. Everron. Oete a Chanca at the Cath Prli.. Ak Tour
John- Padgett most market on. Pennsylvania i i ,Armitape. Manager of the pies, etc Get it at Osceola Pha na Ticket Aaent for W.ek-End Rat... For full procram and Intorvatl., addrai I'

;,g' : avenue and is stocking up his rft. !''ti.t Uruatilla' !Citrus'Growers't Association cy on a guarantee; to satisfy. BOARD OF TRADE. ST. PETCRCBURa. F'A.., ,.
't with (meats.Mrs. . r..
tore groceries
of Lake. County, says:; I '.
t Jennie Ward, who has her "Tlr '."packing: house equipment -s. aITRU 11

I winter home here, left Tuesday to that you installed for us has been in .. ....... 4* -:
'Y a spend the summer at Colorado use for two seasons and has Driven( the r .

t Springs and in the Rocky mountains. l best of satis'adioll. When installing the equipment I .

I Quite a large' crowd of young folks you did more than our contract called for. and we .
hn\to always found it "
: of St. Cloud had a watermelon feast a pleasure to do business with vosi.: t
last Thursday evening at De ke-r's Our new catalog will interest you if ;you. are consideringnew.

t boat house, which all enjoyed very : packing) house mJcbinery. Send for copy today.

f airthday' party was given in honor L. B. Skinner Mfg. Co.

of Mr. Angle on Thursday eveningat
Le.. Ave. Dunedin
Decker's boat house on Ohio ave ,

DUe A large: crowd of our young
people were present and nil had a r--r-Tl', .. t, The Florida Citrus Exchange

good time. .- -. -- - recognizes the fact that the increasing .
Mr. and Mrs.-John E. Neary, from

-f Lansing, Mich., arrived last week and I production of oranges

have the John F. Daniels ,
purchased -
H property on Virginia avenue and and grapefruit in Florida makes G

t Eleventh street. Mr. andMrs.. MICLIN .necessary tha-more people be
.f Neary are much pleased wit.h the I

Wonder,City. .. -;', taught to eat more of these 1

t Mr. and Mrs. G. S. .Morgan and .' '
daughter of Portland, Oregon, have fruits if grove operations are to .: 1 .

w arrived in our city and are stopping at ' :: (become and continue profitable. r
t the Bonalr House. Mr. Morgan has ,

Massachusetts purchased 'the avenue Jones and property will move on \ I ;;, i-,:'" ) Alone among the marketing-. ;. j

',p our They are well pleased wiih : [agencies, the Exchange has for' ;

f -
'f The Prhicilla Cfub met Friday af '-t years been conducting an educational -

.#' ternoon June 16th at the home of \
i for .
'! \ 01. campaign Florida .. .
f ;: Mrs. Gertrude Zimmerman, with Mrs. _

Jt' Dorothy Kaahbohm as assistant host- I ''feuit. While of benefit to all .. ,:
:i ess. About sixteen members were MICHELJN l .'

(** present The .club decided to have a Red Inner Tubes growers in the State, this work
..noa tfor July 4th. Next meeting will 11 '
.> be election of officers and all mem- hare a worldwide reputation f for durability , brings greatest returns to those -. .1

ben are urged to be present. After for the following reasons: .
I I I rtMichehaRed-RubbaTubeareeempmmded who'ship the Exchange s
,) dainty refreshmcns of lemon sherbet, I'' : .
4 lee tea and wafers of certain quality-giving inpedienU which prevent t '( .
served 'trade-name
were the then ,4 Sealdsweet. Housewives :
from brittle .
becoming or porom and which 14J i -
,s club adjourned Unmeet in two weeks. \psMave their velvety aoflneM indefinitely. ) I "

.. The Eastern Star held their first d t 2nd i Mjchetm-Tuba Ira Dot amply piiriii j rd more and more demand :;
t olraillgtubngwkdriendedme.i.d
i'''I monthly social: Thursday evening, S but an famed on ring menial to? i) ((fruit that}is. so marked 1 :.
June 16th. There were about fifty a.alrth.eirculu.h.peoll6a !
'' present. They put their wits to work amid. of the caiing. Lien I 'f.

by pinnirg the name of some illustrious F sod conequently '. 1 ,..'. ..
I ..perfectlyW. / ,
person such a* presidents, ,' --,'
kings* queen., authors etc., and they + Y [
i were to guess the names from the I I '" '. .

question asked in reference to them; J \ '

tSii .-thtm a bean bag stunt, which was Iota ,. .
; ". 'u. ...... .. .' B. MAKINSON COMPANY Klsslnoec "FloridaWf .\ -, : .. : ,

r1 !v rtes .... : :
tllthii' t11at lisle. Net /cell tM MN : '
n I atf Me *.lle Md laxaH fleet,r.aIa- ... -

i 6 JtOMO.ODUnMat la baturMnWrtav.*! ..w4iawr.. | WL.G.1GJ TaU-< tire- Ae tltt.wsl.ei.ti. :y..i 1a...t f.tiUw- e. -r-..., .. : t, "

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Ir I Jt W. OROTK.Uwa IW. ,( -
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: HISFiRsr.t. perfection, ,',after tests lasting more. the green leaves, while blossom and Mri.: James;, Hobbs. ,,J. H.J.:Jaeksoau '

; TO than. three years. red berries, '1* one of the prettiest John;James, Miss Mary; Johnson,* .J'f
It.1:1i6OOOOOOWOULDBEDDED These tests conducted the Bower pots that could'placed in Kreck Chas. Overstrect "
were on ;: ,W. H,.| '., "
public ,roads in the vicinity of the front of a house. In three weeks af Pittman J. E.; Sallett,'Tom; The,

I; WAS ABOUT WIFE factory and' were most thorough and ter "th. plant are, set ther1 barrel l is tonal! Radiator Co.;'Thompson, B. E.t: > .

interesting. For example 'during the completely covered by the leave The Tyler D. A.J' VlalJ. E. J.:'; Waldo, .... y

'. testing period all the.busses owned by; berries' produced In this way are al. Arch}' Watson., ClJ: Williams, Mr,', :.i;
Considering the cattle tick from a' "Ticks can be eradicated In'one t the Brunswick Motor : he and being Nellie.
t' # Company! were ways clean : Bays, : away
sentimental 'as veil as practical year at 'a'"cost,I :of '20" to' 60 cents' ahead &PTEB. A14 D E HELPED equipped with these new casings} from the surface of the ground the ", B. B. SIMPSON. Postmaster.DAY :

yr:: phase, :W. A. McRae; commissioner j t i' HIM
..l. of agriculture of the.. State of Florida "Any \pan can eradicate'the ticks |!" i nlnety.two.mlIea dally, not only"over WITH THE('POETS. M"How's

J; -.- in, the ,quarterly agricultural bulletin ,,from this; range In a year any countycando Waa Anxioua That Sbe' Should, the fine macadam road. between New :ADVERTISED LETTERS. -
'. recently Issued has the follow the same or the state couldbecome Brunswick Metuchen and Plainfleld -

,- Jug 'to say tickless In.a, year If it would I Take It Too N. J., but also 'over the rough and KissimmeeJune 19, 1916. your Browning club coming ,

f The little things of life when- magnified I IDr.. Grafk furnished. the convention I'' I be'- sandy roads also.-;. Advertised list for the two weeks ..lone'" ,,_ .

...:l" become annoying and. often,, ''with facts showing what tick him It yen something want be iatereot can do a that man 'will t.H I ending July S, 1916: *0h, fine." 4

_riou.. A 'grain of sand is a nee:. ,''do to dairy cows, his findings being :I bur the condition .of his. wife and Children! that are affected by worm Alderman Thomas; Ba..,- C. P.; "Learned anything?" '.r .'

essary thing in concrete but when I,.I baaed on careful .xperim.nta. A I II family.Botn' men- hard-hearted' sad are pale and sickly and liable to con Bronson, J. N.; Bronson, G; Is; ,Connor "Not about Browning. BuI"}" ** ki

in your eye it I. decidedly out of j[I dairy was divided Into three parts. I_Iftab." but the good fortune .. that tract some fatal disease., WHITE'S Mrs. M. E.; Dimrick Miss Marie; improved my bridge game 50 percent ,

, place and painfully annoying. A lit- A third of the cows had been freed O.they C.; are Darner few, of and TJt far Twentieth between.Avenue When, CREAM VERMIFUGE expels worm Gaulman Dixie; Harrell; Mack;Hart or more"Kansas City Journal.
I -- 41. thing, in a multiplied form, has !from ticks. a third remained slightly Blrralnrham., realised that And. promptly,and puts the child on the .
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\ long: been the source of immense loss;"ticky and the remaining: third were I was doing elm rood< hie tlrmt thoucht road to health. Pries 26c per .bottle
was of his wife. He Vanted her to When have.
I in the South, a cost in a financial sense cows and badly infested. The take Andes. too I Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. you ,a
way running inlo m1ffions of dollars;"[ "slightly-ticky"' guve -percent :---r--tIa..e t>-.rtevubtd'with mr etotn-I _

not to apeak of the suffering and mis'1ery (I l2ss milk than the tickless cows "ach affected for six me rears.with" Bald dlsatneM.Mr. OarnerJIt head;; ANY-FAMllY'CAN HAVE House to Rent I:'

I it has caused and continues to ,while the infested cows gave 42.4 per achee and btllouan_ My 'tI",. J
the animal life I less.'Apply 'came confuted and my tongue coated t .
cause helpless : Icent
.. 1"
had otton ve breath and was badly t
This little thlag in its egg form is these statements to Florida. constipated."I STRAWBERRY BARRELAny I t Give it a coat of

almost microscopic. ,The egg pro-,(:I We have about 1,000.000 head of cat- healtlu dcepalred I could of.not...sleep. re-calnlng well or my eat good paint before *.x

duces an Insect with six legs,-usual tle. Free them from ticks and it without pain, and that was enough to family in Kissimmee can havea g I you tack a sign on J *:#

to moSt insects, but before it would add six or more million dollars make enousta any strength man go to work.I had hardly) barrel of Strawberries.. This: is . : ,es, it. It won't coati

reaches its real activity the "little not to speak of the" large increase "8/nee taking Andes I feel like. a.. what J. A. Daugherty of Miami, says In much and a well-, t

cuss" as Artemus Ward "once termed 'in milk supply besides the different to be yellow person as a My pumpkin skin,which hae turnedto used in the Miami Metropolis.Mr. -; I painted house ,
certain insect, has an addod comfort given to this large number
a pair a healthy color Andes has takenall Daughtrey's plan consists in always rents more ,
making eight legs. It leaves behind living creatures. the poisonous matter out of my k'' readily than .
system and Injected new life Into my having berries on the outside of the a
large progeny, the female laying as Florida should take vigorous unit veins I can eat and sleep as well as barrel instead of the inside and in *V shabby one-rents for more
high as 5,000 eggs. For its size it ed and decisive steps to put a great I ever did In my Mf.. W r t r
"Andee helped me so mud that I having them ripen over a period of money, toW sr
has a formidable name: "Margaropus I and necessary industry upon a firm had my wife begin to use It, alio. Tou ; several months. .
(Boophilus) aunalatus." It is better foundation. The cost to. do this will ught to see the chance In her Why i
Cattle Tick It Is wonderful! Her trt nd.-are askinf He suggests that to accomplish this :
known, however as the be trifling in comparison to the value
and* has become the great menace and and good to be attained. wonderful every day change what-brought In her condition.about"the* purpOse a !good syrUp barrel be secured ::1 t.,1
I and that rows "of holes be bor- PgYP
obstacle to the profitable raising of The !life history of the tick is sim Andes Prescription so highly recommended three inches ,
ed around it beginning
live stock or anything else in the ple. It rarely appears on animals by Mr. G. C. Garner 718 "'" *>M
I from the top and six inches from
'South. other than cattle. It matures its eggs j jwhila 20th Ave., Birmingham Ala., is now I
there all the way down. The holes "' LEAD AND ZINC PAINT
It carries a disease peculiar to cat and its ,on sale in Kissimmee by Corner DrugStore **
feeding ravaging upon .... i
should be one-half inch apart in the rewaw nauata -- Loess.
tle, and variously termed Texas fever host, and droppIng' to the ground delivers the exclusive "agents. t
rows. Other holes should be borsS It is just as essential to good :
and Bloody Murrain. The disease and they in from use paint on a.
them hatch
has its seat in the blood throughan I two to six weeks, depending upon A HIGH QUALITY TIRE in the bottom and a few inches for of e house you own and rent as on the one you live'' yh
them to
organism which preys on the red conditions. They often remain alive straw placed over provide in. Therefore paint with Devoe: and increase
AT A POPULAR PRICE drainage. The barrel 1 should then be ilk
corpuscles as in malaria in the human for months without apparent increasein the value of your property.
body when inoculated by the bite -- filled with earth, thoroughly wet '
size. In the pastures these dimin- : We DEVOE because we know
down and set on a block one foot guarantee
of the mosquito-and when in its utive find their to the animal One of the biggest advertised tires
pests way from the ground. The plants shouldbe it is pure and because we know that it always
form from Ave to ten
" acute destroys and attack ,themselves i in large of the year, says W. !. Makmson. of set in the holes whih have been gives our customers satisfaction. It contains j
pounds of blood a day. In the severely -
numbers to the tender portions of I.the Makmson. Hardware Co., is the bored in the side of the barrel push no whiting: silica china clay or other adulter-
acute form the animal rarely
the underside of the body end grad- Michelen Universal Tread, for which ing the roots through to the inside ants. DEVOE takes fewer gallons and wears'
recovers and the general Ions in this II
1'', way alone would supply and operate u ally spread to parts. i we are the local representatives. The Another barrel two-thirds filled with longer. .We are always glad to show attractive
We have laws prohibiting under Michelin Company has been using full stable manure should be provided, to color combinations. ,'
i dipping vats in neighborhood.
ii i every penalties personal cruelties in any form pages in the Saturday Evening Poat which water bag been added. Wh..n''
In addition to carrying this dangerous
1 '
disease the cattle tick is a blond Ito i I our domestic animals and yet we and other publications, as well as the plants need water the liquid from W. B. Makinson Company

ts . allow this unspeakable agony to ex- large copy in many hundreds of news this barrel of manure should be
Hucker.and the cause of constant tor Kissimmee Florida St. Cloud Florida
t ment.and torture. A" who has ist-this unceasing tragedy to be perpetrated ,1 papers. The advertising manager of used This will give them the need ,
person '
upon dumb boasts when relief -I the company is a firm- believer in ed fertilizer.
Buffered from the bite of a "chigger
is easily and cheaply possible, newspaper space. Newspaper advertising Such a barrel of strawberries, says
or red bug, or who has been annoyedby
through either the dipping vat or restricted -1 he states, is the backbone of Mr. l aughtrey, will not only furnish -- ,i
a flea crawling] up and down and I --r,
'. nipping,__his back, may be able i lIy pastures. the Michelin sales! scheme, and we berries for a large family, but with ,
I to what suffer Congress has expended several agree with him, too, contiued Mr. Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. Hi Bryan, Vice Pres. J. L. Barber, Sec'y.lrea ,
t, comparison appreciate i -,- - ------------
hundred thousand dollars carry- Makinson.But .
; ing our' dumb beasts are subjected to 4- Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System
when covered with ticks. Through I ing on investigations to help rid the to get back to the; Michelin The Old Standard. general tr.nrtbeotni tonic.OBOVB f .'i
South of ticks and the dipping vut Skid I first tell 'S TASTKUKSS cblll TONIC drl"oat
the perforations made in the hide by; Non might: you something ; -
blood.aDd bmlds"p the -
solves the It is now to lIaIarIae-arIctIM,
I up and final
t the biting of the ticks blood serum or about its development A Ma'loGIc. For adolU and cbtldrea. JOe. s
I the stock raisers and farmers of Flor-
water oozes out keeping the hair
ida to energetically push this most .
moist and matter often resulting i in -

abscesses and ulcers inhabited by; desirable and work put the to a state successful on the high-conclusion I FOR .SALE---CASH PREFERREDThree Bryan Realty Company

maggots from eggs laid by other in- way to prosperity not otherwise in >

:aect Suppose for example .that you-the this important industry. It is not I Lots located in residence portion of St. Cloud Offices on Broadway l Kbswirnee, '

"accessable reader" had a patch on your back in. only a! proposition humane r oveDler..t of the highest but an economic Im- : Florida north of railroad within.easy distance of business I Opposite Graystone Hotel .. pct
: as In the case of the steer

'I'r '_a festering 10.... Imagine if possible portance. part or' town. 75 ,foot front by 150 foot depth.., Plenty of, .. .. '. .

maddening distress and *; '
your pain "
LOGIC''' OF EVENTS. room for a home. .
TJIE. ..
'Nature would heal'the agonising' spot ? 'Apply VALLEY GAZETTE' ."_ ; h- , .. _
for the fact that the '
1._. except bugs kept Objection to the abolishment of the t G1'n.;; ..- I.... W* Pay Taae I r Msa r st.Mctrts .
it alive and burning. Extend: this! t al
"poor man's club" seem to bo satisfactorily fl 1.BpAC.-rNMey. aM sod Act M OwawraOra +
affliction as an epidemic the
among answered by the dry .ta...... CIty Pr.,uty. AgosbfeVReetaFfrgeety.;
human race and the appeal for help
They prove that the elimination of,the err : i
would sound to heaven.This .
club" ie followed the elimination :
human side of the horrible of the poor man.Magnolia. I r The Favorite Store of Kissimmee I
tick infection of a faithful, useful,

patient and profitable animal friend

unable to speak and tell of its long
torture, except in Its silent and ema- BaIm'Iia. May Lumber Co. :-

ciated appearance is a mute appeal FURNITURE? ,
dte Liquid Faoa Powder used by famous
to man for help. We have treated ........... H7ov have 3.ab.raTas se Wholesale sad Retail' Dealer l la ,
this affliction as if applied to our Fracfckairr .Br'.gedl. h quickly I ,
selves. It is usually viewed from an dope the burn sod removes Tan and
-economic ctandpoint and that means: ] -.'-. Make. TOOT skis oft andSAMPLE I YELLOW: PINE LUMBERShingles :
nooih.. Buy to use and.
I 1. Small and stunted animals. wue'lo p........ -WE .
2. Inferior in quality.a 77U. Oor and Laths

( ) As to meet; In. Pf-t. R-lW. ,

(b) As to price; 7S..eDube w-.dJbW. HOUSE BILL; > SPECIALTY tAll

(c) As to hides of little value; FREE \

(d) As to diminished milk supply. LYON' MFG. CO.. we ask is let figure estates i
as OH
(e) As to poorness of milk; ,.eo s..-.a.S4 ne.......N.T. la .connection: witkjonr Hardware lire we carry a comploto

) 3. Liability to other diseases. Ii.. of foraitore. Wo make a specialty of ontfittiaf. komos, and L Courteous Attention and Proatpt Delivery. 4j
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jj C -Difficulty 4. Large exporting ,to tick LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED Kindle reliable Phone 21 Kissimmee, Ha., 4 ':"A. .

f free territory; where they cannot be Bed Room Furniture Dining t7-Ya
sold! in open market. "Your Quirk's Chill Tonic cured my ,

6. Difficulty in supporting Improved husband of LaGrippe and Fever after Room Suits, Kitchen'Outfits Par ---- f1 r
1 animals from free territory, without the doctor's medicine and other remedies 4

danger of infection and death. failed." lor Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers,

j 7. Objection among outsiders to LULA C. ROACH, Drlfton. Fla. i TRADC MARK ftlQISTIRSD 41.,'",
invest and engage in the industry on Sold by Osceola Couches, Etc.

account of tick ravages. PHO LIME } .

8. Loss to individuals, as well as .
to Etate and nation, by allowing the 2fic.DS Tkis storo U asakinc a record for itsetf in tko nMttor ofkolplnf FORCITRUS ,

tick to exist-and thus too, when the poopkt to ontit ...... Coato and .... Ow erica an .

remedy is so cheaply and easily avail FRUITS.:
able.The Store aad beak w ado. "Fine'' (-round'Pnosllme is one of the best applications1 of
concrete economical situationIn AAAA 7'A should be protorlrd rifkLTOQtS .
1! LtWVV phosphatic fertilizers ever put on the market. .,'
;, this matter withfood rewire
showing the value of
F' ._ tick eradication, was most forcibly ( aids.(or-every Ifemakethorn purpartitions FOR ENGINEERS: phatic It is material uriuTiussed is needed.for fruit trees and general"\ crops: where phos g'

set forth by statements made before I .-.1idud1q

: the Texas Cattlemen's Convention ete.ltM Na what Recommend heavy applications and It will be lastingand become
'I .I......4 ... nutter Mad an Eaffce yea kare-Gas; Staasa
i?: held recently at Houston, by Dr. L. I .....I or Stationary Eafsao-wa kayo exactly tile Took yew available through years"t) ri

:r'7 J. Allen and Harry Graft, of the U. aar.b .... in. yea everyday work-Wreackea, ftinsWars OQar, ate. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
G Yak: arks
v!I investigators S. bureau of Anfmal said: Industry. These nets...... .. ., ......... ...1it7 aW w.k.sLIP. an4 at .... Slat wBanrprlea Prices f. O. B* Phosltme Ha. In Bays "}

I' ,.. This ... naa ... Mfafatleai" .... only '

., "Ticks are costing Texas $10. .;. larilwara dot b af ....... ....., ... yes wII ..... N,.Is CARLOAD-, ' r .ti
l' 000a Southern state LESS THAN CARLO AD
year. are -
r-.r .... . .:. ...i HOW an4 nsaaacoaf a car lag I 0 I
t. paying a board bill of $80,000,000. R'UBMY".TISMWID ; e'r
,. $I.OO ,P. Tooi $..0.00.P.. :Ton : : .
'tJ "Five dollars can be.added to the .
value of every beef animal in The cord;oar .......u..ii,, ptS WtIfq POll n.ORf.ST. dot: 1 'rr'

j. ick country Texas by ,the eradication J earalgla, Headaches,. Cratnp : .
D of the.tick. <Sprain' Bralaea Cats and .pla.HJt 'erg :Compwy. FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & UME ,CO, r'; :. (

'' "One dollar can be added to the I Boraa.014 Sorts Stter of laaaetsEtc. .: t. J:
I: ArfMntieABwiyM.a.etjtn- tJ ; r WATERS-CARSON GROCERY CO.:Agents. *
l-hlde" value of every cow*or steer In ; ** **5, i ry $& '
.'the tick Inf..ted.area.. :erua.U,and oxteruD,. PHc 2Sc.i t 'A' r* aox 42 KI.i.aaee, n.. OCAIA. row ,, & .
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o 64 y}0N4MPt4 i 4. n i 0 0 . . I ..' . . U . . had an exciting: experience, in reachIng . -uy-r-'uy- .

Oliver's. ,Island Saturday, --after : : .

IJ a* Society Notes ;& ji jiIM by noon.R. They G. Canova were In taken one,tc of) the'his: motoiboats IIland BIG. MID-SUMMER. '" FURNITURE SALE. =:, ON, .Nt

T and a' sudden squall came v[ .
during tho trip. Through..Mr, Cano
Mattie Hell Harris Editor.) ; '
(( ,i
va'a scanrfanship they landed, without

mishap but both the 'pAstor'and the Tarr-Martin's:

t I, 'Request b mad. f lo. all patriot of'the' Valuy .Gazette ,to tend !Hems groom re.soaked to tho akin by the 'T '

;; ',' of Society Events '.0 the Editor for publication in these colamt.MRS. . heavy down pour cf rain and the .
i t, waves' which washed over the side . ''I

. ,++-0 I I *-0<'0 .">.64 H-1 of the T56at. .
.., while i

t BULLOCK ,ENTERTAINS., '(fronted many from 2tte
e those who were fortunate 4u arriving
i Mrs. S. H. Bulloctf( enterlaS I Je before the phower enjoyed the hours Subject' for the morning hour. "Par in home
((0. : YOU NOW HA VE AN OPPORTUNITY to furnish any room your ,
painting class last Friday at Tit-r spent in social l conversation and pret- takers of the Divine Nature." Evening -

studio with afternoon:! tea- Durinj ty fancy work and musicalnumberson hour 7446; subject, "God's Chil or your entire house at a big caving. The opportunity i il presented to you only once :;,

.the tejrnoon it was proposed to forma the Victrola. dren and the Unreve led Future. II Furniture Rug Refrigerator, and .'
each yearly this dependable store to purchase': ,
painting! club, to meet each Monday 'R 'Refroshmcnts of punch and cakew I you haven' excuse for staying '. '

afternoon rat the studio, and Vtl ] were served at tho close of the afternoon away from church, which God would Furnishings for the Home at large reductions.: Then the reductions are'real and the

popular was the suggestion that a \ ( accept I wouldn't do it. To Him life's bargains big. I _.. j.1

meeting will be held at an early dale Those present were Mrs. J. C. reckoning will have to be made. We .

to perfect the plane. Woodull, Mrs. Mary E. Warinfr, Mrs. would be glad to have you come. Whether Tit e ah odd piece oT any land, or an entire suite, Foe Parlor, Living t-
* I K. K. Floyd and mall duugh'

ENJOY WATERMELON FEAST. Kdm; Mrs. J. Sprang, J. D. Jeffords CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES. Room, Dining Room, or Bed Room, you can buy it now from the TARR*MARTIN t.i ,Ii

... _'_ i I' land son Joseph, Mrs. A.: Farmer Mrs.T. STORE for Ie.* njoney than you have ever paid for the same things before. Come .

5 :' ____, Manager B-als, of the Casino, was M. Rivrs, Julius Smith, Mrs. II. First Sunday after Trinity. Mars '

'1 ': .. host, Saturday :light; entertaining the A. Colton, Mrs. i L. R. Farmer, Mn. and sermon K a. m. Sunday schhol and sector yourself. .

: r.:It'. Kistiimmce Band at the "niovici '.'' W L. l':>ulk ana' childrea Maynaid 8:45 a. m. Rosary, sermon and litany I

The invitation included the last par und,, Evelyn, Mis. J. L. Ovcrstrec 7:30: p, m. Subject of sermonat When you are in Tampa drop in and register ,

forma.T-e and "remain after 111 /''shw und daughters, Alta Ruth, Lois and i I' night service: "Antagonism of the a guess on a magnificient Ivory Bed Room .

I' closes," but the band boys wore Eleanor. TJio next meeting of the Worfd to Christ During His Mortal -- .. \

" pleasantly surprised when the curt.ainwas club will be at Clio homo of Mis. E.I I Lif
i'M raised disclosing a long table P r- Possiol 'the{ Catholic Church in Our Own during our big ,
E. Wells at 104 avenue. I to any lady visiting our store :,,:
Dayc--A Comparison."
present.twentyfour: ADAHeIIEBB sale 3rd. It is not to "
) MISS HONOKED. Monday, 26th< June-Mass 6:30 a. ending July necessary

' lusciouc wat. t""ton1ojust.. out of cold! m. Instructions 8 a. m. All Welcome ; make a purchase to guess.

, storage The membcls of the blllIJ l : Miss Eliznhcth; Parker entertained to all services.KISSIMMEE.

did justice to the occasion. ''a number of her little friends Tuesday --- --- ---

h C s aj afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock nt I End :
her attractive; home on ; .
The members oflhe Sewing Circle,, CO.Sale -
( :street in honor o.f Miss Adah llehbl) 3rd.TABUMARTIN k
r ) a an organization in the Daughters ol ,
of Bnitow, who has been the guest BOTH GAMES PLAYEDBOTH /
Wesley class, were entertained Tues
< of Mrs G. F. Purkor for some time.
t1r day afternoon by Miss Helen Bass at : 3rd.
Merry games; on the lawn : .. : .
'' her hone on Church street. Dainty BAUTOW AND LAKELAND
and tested their skill
people ; I .
work occupied the ai a fancy and delicious" salad in one of t these! patsio Makin.-on won b... II... '\*vv b& lI' II... 11II'. .:<1J ... .. b... ... kn,.. .
the guests a ice and -CLOSE PITCHERS' I '
u prize. Strawberry civ-nm
course with iced tea and wafers wer" conformed to the ; FORMER; I PLANT I- -
asserted cake
pink -- --'--'-'--'-- --- --

? served. The guests included Mrs. II.. and green: color scheme which,!; prevailed CITY HEAVER. ALLOWS ONLYONE II I the .first i inning, when Pounds, safeon aaaaaaaaaaaaa49o

1 M. Phann, Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, Mrs. in the d'forotion. Mrs. G j. F. I : SCRATCH HIT. G. Seymour's error, went to 'third BAND SEXTETTE PLAYS a Oa

W. C. Bass, Misses Helen Bass, Ethel Fred Gilbert ,d I :Mrs. I '. and CAMPBELL 0
I'arker, Mrs. n < [lon Hunter's double, counted on
,' Lee, Edna Schweikart, Nettie Newton A. :M. Chis'iolm! assisted! the small i Kissimmee host both games' playedin I a squeeze! play with Bullock at the AT ORLANDO THEATER 4 Oa
i. w Clara Ledbetter Mattie Belle this week-
the Belt League
., hostess in serving At the partywere. : Orange / bat, the latter) bunt going for a hit. <. .,'aaaaaaaaaaa: : ". ,
Harris, Gladys Cooler and Pa rah ,1( Bartow won on Tuesday by a score 'If I .
:. Misses: Adah Ilcbb of Barlowhelen 'After the first inning L'Hommidieuheld i. .--- '
Clark. !3 I 1 and Lakeland carried > ff the' C. K. of Lakeland, heldscrvlces
Jones, -Eh/abeth; Paiker, Kathryn to the locals: hitless. The Kihsimmee Concert Band's rep- Haynes: .
( x 'I' Tiller and Helen Winn, honors: yesterday by a score: of 2 to 0. at the Primitive Baptist
# BAILEY-BURNS. Margaret The score follows: utation is spreading to othor t'iti,11and ) /

+ ) Irene Franklin Nellie Woodall Pat- Schroeder, who formerly pitchedfor BartowAB R H PO A E; church here Surwiuy: .
he visitors who here
Me :Makinron, Dorothy Bullock, Lois Plant City, was on the mound for F. lb _ 4 0 1 9. 0 0 many come '
1 Cards have been received b/r :mnounc'injr Seymour, Mr. Steve Bro sQn visited his sij-
[ ". the visitors yesterday and but for a for the two weekly concerts are talking
i .- t / tre marriage of Mrs. Myrtle -i I (Overstreet, Clara Ploetz, Evelyn Pressley, rf< -- 4 1 1 2 0 0 '

.. t \ Griffin Burns to A. W. Bailey of ] Paulk, Valeria Chisholm, Virginia scratch and the otlver a homer over f Wiloon. cf ______. 3 0 0 2 0 0 o{ its excellence. So well is the ters, Mrs. Ed Roberts and Mrs.. Walter -

,: this city. The marriage was j l Lesley, Mamie Pilley, Muriel Daws have won tfic credit for a- no-hit, no- G. Seymour, ss&rf 2 0 0 2 O 0 band thought' in other cities that Lacier, this week.

.2'..'" solemnized .at the home of and Fredrick Gilbert. run contest. Holland,. r* un_ 1 0 0 0 0 0 the Orlando people want to hear them Mr. and Mrs. riert{ Arnold, of Whit-
for the locals and
the bride's sister, Mrs. T. L. (I 1\1 ENTERTAIN. Payne pitched H. Davis, c uu__ 4 1 1 7 0' 0 oftener. tier, came up in their Ford and attended -
held the to two one a
Walker, of Tampa, Satuiddy at 11 Phillips, sa&3b _._ 4 1 0 2 2 0 '
I scrach 'atnd he other a homer over Last .night die band sextette composed church .Sunday .'
j o'clock only the immediate. relatives I Alvcrson, 2b'____ 3 0 0 0 2 0
Plans, for a trip to' St. Cloud for a the I left field fence. Garrets. parkedthe of G. M. Shearojiso, Jr., W. A. Mrs. Henry Brons6n and daughter-
:i a being present, and the happy couple Pattey, If. ...-__ -. 1 0 0. 0 0 0 ,\
,swim in Lake Tohopekaliga and a pic- ball in the first inning and Smith. Tony Regero, Charley Rego-
visited Mrs. J. W. Collin Tuesday.
': left for a trip to New York City and Mack, 3b _,u--: 3 0 1 1 4 2 !!,. .
I Inic .supper last Thursday afternoon brought Brown in ahead of him for rp, Earl 'Morrow and Jim Woodall,
i ? points in Maine. Th"y "win be at L'Hommidieu, p .. 3 0 0 3 0 Among the Kiasimmeeites who attended -
made by the members of the Royal the only two' runs of the game. = went to Orlando and appeared 'at the ,
t i home to their. friends at their pretty I church here Sunday were Mrs.
i !Neighbors: lodge, were altered, owing The score follows: Lucerne. Theater together with Pat
4 bungalow on Mabette street after: I Totals _ ___ 32 3 4 27 11 3 I Martha Yates, Mrs. Fate Davis, Mr. .
to weather conditions, and a merry afternoon KisaimmeeAB R H PO A )1C; Drew, the comedy singer, who was
.July 1st. Mr. Bailey has been the I KiNsimme AB R II PO 'A E and !Mrs. Morgan Brawn and Mr. and
the Rome of Mr. and Mrs. hero .
at Burdick 3b 2 0 0 1 3 (0 last! week at the Casino.MEN'S .
manager of the Southern Exprcrs Co 1\1 Tables'were nuU Burdick, 3b uh. 4 .0 0. 1 5 2 . Mrs. Joe Arnold, '.
Cotterman was enjoyed. Pounds, ss .., 4 0 0 1 5 0 .
of and is well and --- Pounds, :' 4 1 0 3 3 1 .
:, for a number years the S/l"/ ---- MEETING. "Miss Ethel Johnson, of Kissimmee,
arranged on spacious v ran- Hunter, 2b 4 0 0 4 0 1
i this uu Hunter 2b ____-__. 4 2 0 Alex
e .' favorably 'known in city. 0-L-0 spent Sunday with Mrs. Bron-
.. das and spread with all the delicacies Bullock, If ___n.4 0 1 0 0 0 -
W Bullock If ___ __ 4 ff l-l- 0 0 The men's meeting will beheld I "
of the season, carrying out the Carson, Ib _______ .3 0 010 O'W. 0" n ) _
OCIeTY EDITOR'S TROUBLES.The Payne, cf _______ 2 0 0 1 0 1 at' the Methodist Sunday schoolrooms son.A Sunday school was organized
in of the continued threatening 0" i
picnic spito Hunter cf 2:: 0 0 1. 0
u ___ __ 4 0 0 8 2 0 '
Farmer u Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. here; Sunday. We hope soon to have
weather. the .
Concluding _______.. S 0 0021 '
i trouble of a society 'editor:',in Payne p Regero: rf ____-ifc 3' 00 l -0 0 "Friends, col *. out to these meetings a good membership.Ed .
ling, the ''members of the party at.
.... .. 2 JO 0 10 2 0Youngrf .
Regero '
c :
: a small city are inflected in the fol Carson Ib _,!. 3 0 0 12 0 1 '
tended" the benefit for'the Kissimmee OO ; tfiey, are inspiring and instructive Campbell and John Collins,' Jr., .
;.__ I. 0 0 0
lowing'society. item Miss Genevieve Band, given at the Casino. Those ono< i, i'''L1.: _t _ r McMillan, p t_._..20, 0 0 2 0W. ; There is 'a great work for the went to Kissimmee Wednesday night)

'Smithers en yrtainod at bridge andt this pleasant occasion were J ''' Bunter ,___.../"! 0 0 0. 0 .0 laymen to"do. Let us do our part and to bid adieu to their friends that volunteered ""
Joying Total ,_ ,..26 0 1. 27 12.2!
dancing! yesterday afternoon., The .
.. Mr. and Mrs. A. Cotterman and baby -: - - - receive a blessing. All men and boys. 'at the first call! of" tb..lnunt.ry. .
LablandAB R H PO A E -
"' first: prize was won by Totals __ 31 ,12' 27 14 5
:'u moat cordially invited. ,
I .T', .. i''- (censored because she sings (I Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Marks, B% Meharg, 3b ___ 4' 0 0 2 0 0 Score by innings- Devotional Committee. COMIN'-..AGIN. .. .'.
:Mr. and Mrs. Parker and / Law- {
ia the choir) ; second prize was cap reams. Franklin, 1t ___u_ 2 0 0 2 0 0 Kisaimmee'100.000.0001 I j
r ': turgid by Miss Brown, Ib _______ 3 .1 0 .6 0 1Gkrlets Bartow ._ _.' _lOi 100 000-.1

t kept( out because the teaches iI the :M. Munger, Mrs. Robt Savage. Mrs. ss __-__u" 1 1 2 1 0 Summary_Two base hits, Hunter; 1 .
'C'ryell!, Misses Harriet and Katherine 4 0 1 12 4 0
r public schools) ; consolation prize was Tenny, c nhun home Davis bacea on balls, ,off
run, ;
as ,taken by Miss (kept out I Wilcox, Helen Sawyer, Lavina. Wen- P.'C. Smith. of __ 4 0 0' 0 0 0 McMillan 2, off I/Hommidiou 1; SAVE FERTILIZERTREBLE :

ner, Alberta Hopson, Eleanor Graves, A. Smith 2b __ 3,0 0 1 2 2
'by special request as her mother objects I n struck\< out,.by McMillan 9, by L'Hom YOUR YIELD OF FIRST-GRADE FRUIT .
Miriam Wells and'
(! Munger, Dorothy C. Smith, rt __ 3 0 0.0 0 0
: to cards). Among those present un midieu 6; left or*, bases, Kisaimmee 4,- 1\..... ..r.-.... \
Sam Lupfer and Paul Munger.ORGANIZE I 1 By .I.c Our tt fnrmtnlm' os M hltrSjrThla sad Meals!
Schroeder 3 0 0 3
were Mies (kept p nn = Bartow 6; wild pitches, McMillan; oll-emulalon I \ not only uriBurpitflHeil In: :Itff de.truell.n: '
of these In
pests but UNFVUALI.LIU in ltn
spr.-adhg and ullck-
.out because of death in the family j : CHROMATIC CLUB. I passed balls Farmer; stolen bases, InK jualltlm Kills mlt-s and red l n|llrrn without tinndilltl m
recently Miss Totals-----,,, 30 2 22710 4 of .olull<* flulphur
), (cen- Phillips Bullock; sacrifice fly, Wilson An adorlona :I..t1I1C: preparation of great talilllty, there I
'ored because her employer objects Score by innings: fore keeping longer than ,lherZT ..
I Mrs.. S. H. Bullock and Miss Inez ; sacrifice hit, McMillan. ,
Kissimmee .. ___ __000 000 000( -{0) C..t. -'to Miss hasa
dancing), ( .
} (Carson entertained a number of 1:45. Umpires, Baizeand Carson. o. b. Apopk. ..
Sunday school class) and Mrs. Lakeland .. __-?.200 000 000-2 -, AVOII Hl'SSKTIi' HV l""l.'l H =-......... LIME XII.I'IIIU' '
friends afternoon at the I :;;-
Monday .
i r--- tAt 15 I..c. m '(.alto. l Barrel lol. la Pest. I. no-<;.ll.B Iotaf.
,- ' (husband objects to both studio of the former on Clyde avenue. Home run, /Garlets; first base on Winter Haven Lake- .. ... AI'OI'MA.

4't' ,cards and dancing). The guests departed The time was spent in organizing a balls, off Payne 2, off Schroeder 4; land defeated in Tuesday fast Writ for fartkrr i.lor satie. ad B.*klrt' OB Jlpra.I..-. .- :-
was game
under cover of darkness and struck out, by Payne 11, by Schroeder FLORIDA INSECTICIDE ;
- : club to be known as the Kissimmee which went eleven! innings by a scoot & FUNGICIDE COMPANY .
i, 14 sacrifice hits, Hunter; stolen
: In closed cabs. ;
Chromatic Club, which will m teach 1 to 0. Surro.icy pitched for Win- Manufacturers of 1)lnt rlbutora of '
e bases, Bullock, Regtjro 2, B. Meharg
Oovernment Formula for White-
the studio.A Spray Machinery Especially:
l Monday afternoon at ter Haven and had the better of Fernandez .
YOUNG PEOPLE ENTERTAINED. Brown, Garlets 2; passed balls, Ten- lIy and $caleln.ect.IAme-Sulur @lultpd for Florida (Urov. and
A light refreshment will! be served by who worked for Lakeland; in M.lai'for )4tes Red SpIder., Scab: and of Spray Material. and Sup-:

A pleasant lawn party was given at the hostesses at the close of the hours ney, Regero; batter hit, Regero, a nard fought pitchers' battle. -_, BUHKAtOK l.\rORMATIOMP CITRUS' TROUBLRS'

'the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Winn devoted to painting. The names' Franklin; double plays, Garlets to A. Haynes' double, followed by Grant- (,.-.rr.. by 10-
t1 Smith to Brown. Time of game, J. C. GROSS EMU A CHER, Pathologist, it-
1 Monday evening by the yo"un those in this club Mrs
: peo- enrolling are: ham's single won the game for Winter -

pl.'.. class of the Christian 'church) ,': N. Ci\ Bryan, Mrs.: Eugene Bryan 1:60.: Umpire, Carson. Haven in the last half of the . .OOO.OO.OOOOO O. OOO.O..OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO..O..O.O.APOPKA. FLORIDA t.

a the hostesses being Mrs. Julius Smith Mrs. W. J. F'ripp Mr. Luther Far
t Bartow; 3); KUaimnee! 1. eleventh inning. The score follows: .
and Misses Rheo Pherigo and Grosse mer, Mrs.: Carson Farmer Mrs. Gay RHE
L'Hommidieu had the< better of a OOO'O.OOOOOOOOOOO
Winn. The evening was in the nature Livingston, Mrs. G. F. Kribbs, Mrs.J. pitcher'. battle here. Tuesday aid Winter Haven 000 000 000 01-1 6 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.O'.OOOOI

of a farewell)) in honor of Miss-1 D. Clark, Mrs. II. W: Boise, Mrs. Bartow won by a score of 3 to 1. Me. Lakeland _000 000 000 00-O 6 1
Ethel Mills and her brother Howard i S. 'H. Bullock and Misses FrancesBay
Millan A new recruit to the Klssirn- Batteries-Surropcy! and Grant-

who are leaving for. an extended visit : ; Carolyn Fripp,. Norma Griffin, mee team, was on the mound for the ham; Fernandez and Sawyer. I We .

in Kansas. The time .was spent Iri't i Mary and Inez Can rl. Mrs. J. D. locals and heaved a clever' game, although are Ready to Fight

I merry t games on the lap where a Clark and Mrs. S, H. Bullock will he
a bit wild at times and hampered JOHNNY SCHMIDT GETS
f delicious ice. course was served At I hostesses at the next meeting of the by thefact that Farmer, who

the party were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. I club. Concluding the afternoon Mrs. .

Y;,f* Mills, 'Mr..and M.... Julius Smith Mr. Bullock and Miss Carson served tea this aught season.H. was. playing his first game HIGH GRADE AT EXAMJohnny Your Eye 'and

and Mrs. A.M.. Story, Meadames' and lakes >
Davis, the Bartow catcher, maintained -
Gilbert, T. M. Rivers and D. G. Fran- I ..
A his reputation on the local Jewelry Troubles
_ .16 ]le, Misses Mattie Belle HarrisJS.uxuye SCIiUCK OLIVER. field and again parked the ball over Schmidt, of the Roberson .

Dixon, Ethel Mills Kathryn Miss Iris Oliver, daughter ot Mr. the left field ,fence.for a homer. drug store, who recently finish} iA. a

Jackson, Rhesi and Bettie Pherigo, and Mrs. J. W. Oliver, .and WilliamL. The game was one of the best of course in pharmacy at the Max: Mor- Jfo Jfo .>< _

z M, Alma Cooper, Anna and Margaret Schuck of Orange Center, were the season and furnished plenty of ris School, spent Monday and Tuesday ; .

Davidson Lois Johnson, and Messrs. quietly married last Saturday afternoon before the
exciting plays. Bartow scored in the at Tampa State' Boardof

Howard Mills, Robert. Jackson, Lyles at (bO_ Q1I\e of the bride'a parents first inning when Pressley, who forcd Examiners. We Are Mobilized and Fully Equipped. .

; Sam and Stratton Story, Sheldon on Ol brer's Island. The cere- F. Seymour at second, went to When the intuits of the examination LET US "
YOU. ;
Johnson Rev. Chisholm, Nelson Mak- mony was performed by the Rev. 8. .iecondknd: ;third-respectively i on ..arild ; -were announced on Wednesday _...,11JI

: r inson and Willie Button.. 'V. Lawler' pastor of the Methodist\ I pitch an4,phased ball., H, scored It[ was stated that; of the twenty-four.

.,, il PRISCILLA CLUR ,. 'Church. ."> WiJgOD's. sacrificefly: (o center 'A who took tho examination only nine .' ::1 '

( .. The young i couple left this week ingle by Pressley..]which-followe4., l made .passing ; grade Among these

_ ; '.W'lit.-members of the.PrUcilla Club for Orange\Ceatr'wh i.s the groom .error and a stolen "base, brought Mr. Schmidt ranKM jeco 1d. His ree- v k

} .... pleasantly entertained Saturday has ..fine new home prepared for his I PhIllips, running for L'Hommidieu, ord has caused him to be warmly eoogratulaM : : cIcJew eltyCo. -

,+ '117 Mrs. J. C. Woodall and her.daugh- bride. The Valley Gazette Joins the ;Dyer the counting station' in the third.' by his many friends here, : . .,. ;

z or,' Mr tit'; E. Waringatitheif at- many.friends of th. extend : >avis'jh -inrtheMourth'eMed; 'who hafeRadnjtred.hij; .manly efforts : -*' .1'0'' .

_, vpCqn5Malry: ; i v. tltreet., ." ,;: lass $Opciatulationf.\Uiii; >J\ + : .be rut(1 R.ttInf>t thi ..iiKlaelmmee'iAnh'SuS"wss'sni" '4 Mrfec{ hinuelf*ia what': fce has Jewelers and

d r m A heavy downpoor'of rim which. B vMr, .Lawler andy the groon* rJ 1i -oaenl .11>his'life'profeesion *
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r .. EL1SS1d tF.EVALLEYcAzthi" Mr.,, and Mrs. 'M. M. 'Wilier, rot 'Mrs.. 'J", '8.. Cadet spent
9 : '(''I'.lepbo.eNOl .) Thurman City, left Thursday to1"liIew :lacksonvl I.' this week:! -stone Casino building while tlia'localmilitary "do
> ,.. have their inning: with the enemy, injured in a street collision, 1ia'suedfor .
Published Every trIda" By ,York City' ,, where they will spend the Mr. and' Mrs. Wd, El: Turner and ', company was drilling'' and but Buffer a dlsaatious defeat and bow $5,000 damages, alleging that; his;.

summerx Wednesday the. loud.cheers: of the men'aboard ltd to the enemy accepting '"peace of lower jaw dislocated thus "d 4 "
W. B. HAHIUS .* Kr Q. VAN\ 'AOKIDW family left for Luxora. ,, ', . wag ; ,
Mrs. Elizabeth Floyd' has returned Ark., where they will 'reside. manx; to believe /that/, they were soldiers .nay price" .. pricing, him. of the pleasurq :and en'-

'..OO.O..OOO" OOOOOOOOO.OOOO from Orlando; tere sho has been the ' from Tampa en route .to the Every patriotio .American will.: he joyment of chewing tobacco,," Fpr-; ,

guest; of her cousin, Mrs.. Anna. ,Belch- Mrs. W. J. Scars' and' Mrs. Fred mobilization camp In Jacksonville. thrilled and inspired by this play, tunately for the defendant he !,

':Weather Report and Mrs.. : Pat .Powers..... Gilbert Wednesday.and small sonvisited in Orlando -' Albert Bearden i 'has returned from* which' distinctly ia an American pro neither an. orator nor a Fleteherita-?

+ The many friends ,of Mrs. S. "WV a visit ,to his sister Pittsburg; Pa., duction for'' American people, adapted ,! Washington Herald. 'f'' ..:
< Mrs.HM. AYoweil'and;., daughter and to other points In '''the.East. ,He by'an American from 'HudionMaxim's -
i. Lawler will to learn that shewas' Ohio
regret A blind In- got marled
Miss left for Gerard book '' man
Nettlap Wednesday "Defongclosa Ameri- ,
/ made
IjI)" J ill at3iee home i in"Church street"'Be the trip from Kissimmee to Indianapolis ,
; ,l ..].Fo11owin are daily temper Ill., to rnmaln:till October: .with P. K. Weaver in thetatter's ca." Hyphenate Americans will find recently and recovered. his, sight a. t
.... ;;; turee and ,precipitations ae era1 days this week. nothing offensive in the few days later., Marriago is certainly
. Hudson six ; picture,
in days.
. 1 : ported by Government stttio Mrs.. W., R. Bigham and five children Super-Six '
for the week end'Max Dr: Fred 'Yoik, of Live Oak, who visiting He that none of the states the enemy cornea from a mythical an eye opener.-Indianapolis Star.
.; .at Kl!e comes of Cabman, Fla., are ; says pawed
""-"" : M.ln. Raining is taking the ,examination In dentistry Mrs. L. R. Farmer. through on the trip has 'any bet ; country. The spy, In the play, a distingruished ia
Thursday, June '22, 'illS: at Orlando this week, visited his. ter road than Florida. Mr. Weaver looking<: foreigner who .... . .. ..t..i..o..... .

4. Friday<: ...._ ..89 70 ,.12 uncle, M< M.; 'Miller, and,, familyi Dr. 'A. W., Parker, of Mulberry, has joined Mrs Weaver at the home'I masquerade. aa a peace) propagandist LOP E"MEETING: 'c'' ::: sl slD

4, Saturday __ __88 68 .46 IP Mrs: ia"eSlneIetart" ; daugiitar, spent .several days'!' in the city this of hir parents in Lafayette d.,and Is called ,Emanon, which read back.. .

Fa, Sunday __ ___.88 69 Miss Mary, and son; George Lee'left week visiting relatives. will remain there for a visit before ward stands for "no name." t\t .CIRCCLLE..,.t..t

,: Monday __ ___87 72 Tuesday for Coronado Beach, when Mrs. H. E. Bryan spent the weekend returning to Kissimmee. To pound home its warning, the EN ( ohopekaliga.Grove '

l .: Tuesday __ ___94 71 they will spend a month .or more. with Mr. Bryan parents Mr. Vitagraph company constructed buildings No. 65, meets every first:
' Wednesday __ 93 73r and Mrs. T. L. Bryan, in Jacksonville K : OF ELECTION and destroyed thorn with fire and and third Tuesday night Social
A .D. McLetlen, formerly bookkeeper TO. meetings second and fourth "
Thursday -- __94 69 .38 abeU-bouarht..Jocomotivea-to demolish Tuesday,
for the May Lumber: Company, deem'in spectacular incidenU; engag afternoon in Fraternity HalL "

: .OOOOO.OOO"OOOOOOo.. now with headquarters at Lakeland Miss Ada Heeb of Bartow, who: BE HELD NEXT WEEK -thousands of men, and women fo Mrs. J. R. Sumner, Clerk
has been Mr. and Mrs. G. F.
f ..00000000.000..0...... was a Friday visitor in this city. visiting portray invading soldiers and Americans Mrs. Ollar, Guardian.
Parker returned to her home Wed-
-y rZ
it' An auto party from Orlando spend fleeing before the hutadors. It -
ing last Thursday here included. Mrs. nesday. Owing to the small attendance due took scenes of New York at the'

1 The Local Field I Joe Dawson, Miss Bertha Dawson Special for Saturday and Monday to the send-off given tho local troopson height of its commercial activity and'

Mrs. W. A. Dade'and W. L. Clark. only at the Dollar Limit Store reg. Wednesday night the election of when it was ia the thrown of gayety. FOR GOOD' ,

:' .. ular $1.50: Valuo awning. stripo skirts, officers schedule 1 to be held by the The seaside resorts with their gay

! Fire Insurance. See A. E. \ rougbt.a.'y J Mrs. F. H. Ledbetter and her for $1.00. Knights of Pythias lodge was post- picnickers making merry, oblivious of FRESH MEATS '
daughter, Miss Clara motored to the threatening clouds
( poned. which
La Vests Dandy at lOc at the ual- Taft Sunday to spend the day..pith R. D. Guise left Friday for Love- The election will bo held at the reg- about to break; are pictured from are PHONE: 208WCody's
joy-Ga.; to join his wife and daughter
ity Store. her lionr-PFRr-tedbeTter: :andfamily.Harry .
ular meeting of,the lodge on next life.
'j' I rise Elon, who are there visiting t
/1. M. M. Stewart, of S. Cloud spent Dawes who has been assisting relatives. Wednesday night and all members .
New South Ware ha farm of250G .
''t Sunday here. Jim Miller at the Osceola Pharmacy 'I are urged to attend. I I a 1 Market t
soda fount, left yesterday for Mrs. W. A. Steed, of DeLand spent I acres fully equipped,fur. the train- I! .
; Mrs..M..M. l errington spent Monday several days here this week the guestof I 00000004000QO00AMUSEMENTS. ing of women in agricultural pursuits i
; enlist in
Jacksonville where ho will II
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inl Orlando.' 1 I i
her W. J. and Mrs. A.
the Second Regiment Band as a snaro son, Steed +. A char factory is one of the latest ,, South Kissimmee '
Buy "Butter Nut"' bread, made by drummer.The B. Jarrell. .. addition's to the industries at Fort MTV..

Reed's bakery. 24-2t regular meeting of the W. C. Mr. and Mrs. James O'Berry ar- 000000040400409* Pierce. j i'

"' H. E. Colo made a business trip to T. U. is announced for this afternoonat rived from the O'Berry farm, near t' aCraystone

Lakeland. Monday. the Hart Memorial! at 3 o'clock, and Miami, Tuesday to visit-J. F. O'Berryand -
Battle Cry of Peace. !
F. E. Baxter, of Orlando, spent it is requested that a large' attendance family.Dr.
I. Friday in Kissimmee. be present as importan matters C. L. Hyatt was confined to his Pacifists who shout against increasing Casino .
the and for 'nationaldef.cnse
will be considered. home by illness for a few.days this army navy '

7c 36-inch a yard Sea, at Island the. Quality', good '' Store.quality, The C. E. Society of Union Center, I week business., but he is again able to attendto Battle Cry receive of Peace"n body the blow film in sped"The || Monday and Tuesday, June 2627J /:;\

.neat Milliard's Island, will have a I cle which in to be shown at the Gray-''
When you order bread ask for "But- I the school house and'W. rt rtY
chic at T. ;
?n pilau J. K. Atwood Goodyear stone Casino next'Monday and Tuen- "
ter Nut," my by, Reed's bakery. 24-2t I I Friday evening, Juno 30th. Cake will II went to Tampa last night to attend day nights In vivid pictures and, .

Attorney W. B. Qcowfonl left Monday I also be served. Everyone come and the meeting of the State Pharmaceutical through sub.titleshose who decrywar }"I

for Jacksonville on a business enjoy a pleasant evening. Asso-iation. preparedness are brought face to Y

trip. . I H. P. Suhl and family and J. B. Mrs. George F. Parker left Wednesday face with the disaster that might en- / ,;

Dr. J. H. Wallace, of Tampa,, was Mills and family left Tuesday in automobiles for Jacksonville, whore she sue should a powerful nation invade I; I 1. '

.. a husinesK visitor in Kissimmee Mon- for a trip to Knnnas. They will spend ten days vistiing relativesand our shores in our present militarystate. .* '

day. I expect to be gone about three months friends.Mr. I 4N1' n,
and will visit points in Missouri Colorado No attempt has been rni.dc by J. ,
Fancy dress ginghams, \2VtC and and Mrs. Henry Harper, ac- *
Stwart Blackton author of the
Oklahoma and Kltns&ll.I play w'
15c kind, 9'/4c, at the Quality Store.S. companied by Edgar and Frank to deal with his' subject .wjjth kid ,
I Senator A. E. Donegan motored to Wekiva Springs
E. Veorhees and V. M. Hill, ->f Bryan, gloves. Blunt, unvarnichcd<<, and grim
NarcooKxe, spent Mondayin this I by Attorneys Lee Jarrell and W. last Thursday. facts were set forth by Mr. Blackton Mem'6;;

city. 'B.Saturday Steed,,left returning: on a pleasant Monday auto morn-trip Awning stripe skirts of the regular and Capt. Jack Crawford. :! gStum'tf1j1ad ton JllJxrt 8Sm"t iftf! Y

- $1.50 value will be sold at rpocial sale The author has deviated far from i
Winona of Indian River Qf th fJf to Present
Vise Allen, ing. Their itinerary included Jack- w nor
Saturday and Monday at $1.00 at the the beaten path in picture drama
ey City, visited her mother here Fri- sonville, DeLand and .Augustine. '
Dollnr Limit Store.W. building. To drive home his message I
day. MUs Phyllis Jarrell has arrived to he shows war in all itS grewsomeness THE BATTLE
B. Weeks, representing the I
H. Fleming left Monday for Boa- spend her vacation with her mother, carrying his into two'
Jacksonville Metropolis, spent several
ton where he goes to spend the sum Mrs. A. B. Jarrell, and brothers, Lee I peaceful homes which suffer from the' rCRY OF
days here this week in the interestof
mer. and Arthur. Miss Phyllis has been invMfbn of a foreign army. An ob- .

Mrs. J. C. Armstrong, of Green employed in the city' schools of I that publication. 4erver will not find the happy ending I w
Cove Springs, is visiting relatives Gainesville, and will. return there George F. Parker spent Monday fn prevalent in most picture productions.If .
here. next season. Tampa transacting legal business. he\seeks the American soldier to .

Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Outlaw of St. He was accompanied by his daughter, repel the invading forces at the end ;rtblJJ'oc6ma qa;
C. A. Cole was here from Lake- Miss Elizabeth Parker. On Tuesday
here this of the picture he i is doomed to disap- WHICH BBEtTACHBVKMXNT
several TO'BKnnrHOSTMJI'narI'H1"
Cloud, spent days' }
land Friday looking after business Mr. 'Parker went to Clearwater onbusiness. ' r
interests. week visiting their daughters, Mr. _ c r
r J. M. Lee and Mrs.,Ira Bass and other ,4Krlkgrodrl3rmnferr rnaol'a kJA7A01r
: '- P. & W. collars, quarter sizes, two relatives. They are en route home ,Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Chlsholm i,nd 's'r.
It\\ for 25c"xt; the Quality Store. From Loughman, where they visited little daughter Valora will Uav on "i o.t"r the.Ctarra*"..Befpilia1

iii'. ,. './ Mr. tfnd Mrs.. Henry Overt tree t left their daughter, Mrs. Hogan. vacation- trip the last part Ie toext! ;Thoy Orow into Worms :ifsi m1$ :
? week; The'trip will take in severalpoints
Ii '
Monday for Fort Valley, Ga., on a .
. Dr. J. C. Davis, who after a four Q .xIGr'J
in SoutH Carolina, where Mr.. ih Jb
business .
trip. months trip to various cities in Florida R
'" Chisholm's mother is now visiting
;:.. Mrs. M. D., Cttrruthers, of Oxford, 'where he practiced optometry, '
;; relatives. Rev. CHisholm wjll preach alQracwfabaaafA>y Cl
Fla., is visiting her daughter, Mrs.L. came hers for a few days visit last here Sunday morning and night. s.t s.
R. Farmer. week, left Wednesday for Louisville. t
. Ky., and Wichita, Kan., where ho will George:; M. Taylor i ia a humorist.He ,",'
Dr. G. E. Parker, of Plant Ctiy,
spend the summer months. never neglects: an to 10- 1
spent; this week in Kissimmee visiting .ids >- BAre! the home sense method ofpreventing AT THIS THEATRE
fret off a joke. When son joined .... .:
Jim and Price Rogers Archie Wall I: Ioor & .abl'J'o watt
relatives. the milUia and the! local company was I until tho germs taken Into' a pift'l' I
ing and Ben Pherigo left Monday for alimentary tract ar W' Into worms. mean. I
Mrs. C. H. Allen has returned froma called to the colors, he Closed his" I to not. nly ...... the brneflt of the Ic-.." ,
Fort Valley, Ga., where they are em- consumed but a Muntud hoc that \I. aneu.y i
branch store irr North Kissimnico and
trip to Lakeland, where she spent
to all dt.enaee.
ployed by the Hale Georgia Orchard 1 I prey
several daye.Leonard to. pack peaches. From' posted a cign on the door which read: a hog breeds .......... and
Company II IIlIuch
{Too busy fighting gA-asers to sell endanger. the whole hotsou are faro,d I
Williams, deputy sheriff there they will extend their trip to to r.MM.rt t<> "cure," a try i ncerutm Y r.
Phone 250 for relief!
grits. method with huge, as you know.
at Loughman, was a business visitor Arkansas and other points before returning '
here on Tuesday. here. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Alexander re, PREVENT that'ar the modern method. 'I
"The B.ltch ia Tlmo. An ounce cf I
I turned. last Friday from pleasant Had De\.l Lye Prevention ia worth txas
J. E. Lupfer made a business trip H. Montgomery Smith of Orlando, and"can. of cute. t
automobile trip made with Mr. and I
tp Orlando Monday. He was accompanied who was well known as a piano salesman Opt Our Rk n PR'.YY.IT." it tells
Mrs. J. C. Steinhans and two chil-
by Mrs. Lupfor.W. here, died Monday at Horse Shoe, the oo ID pic to story of the P..Uon.Iot.bod.
dren, formerly of this city but now I.'i wrjelfnr thla book avail
N. C. where he had in the hopeof the name rf ; we will send
Austin Bennett, of the New benefiting, his 'health.gone His many located in DeLand. During the trip this.) book-to t tour actbhora: cootplimeata., Admission Z: o.

Ocala House, of Ocala spent several they visited Orlando Sanford, De- :
friends here will regret to hear of
days here this'week. his death.: Land Dayton, New Smyrna Hast- Rot} Devil Lye .

ings, St. Augustine and Jacksonville.Mr. .
Lillian Brack of Narcoossee,
Miss Miss Mamie Tiller has returned Alexander says that-the cropis 4a tare. tuU-packed c*.. .. . .. . . . .. . . .. . . . .... . . . .. . .. . .. .. ....
spent the week end with Miss Albina corn which ar..oid bjr Grocer.

Smith of Kissimmeo from Grille,a and two will weeks'visit outing her brother at Pass-a-M. Charles looking fine Thompson everywhere.has been ap- 1 8W7Wbe.DrugIaU and at Peed loo. per Deale can.Ak i INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE 1' ";' s

Mrs. F. P. Reeves, of Avon Park, Tiller, and family before leaving for: 1 For
pointed day engineer at the city electric -
was the guest over Sunday of her her home in New York City. Whilein .
Let insure Life Health
light and wafer plan -aod S. E. us your your your Property.
sister, Miss Marian Sargent. Pass-a-Grille Miss Tliler caught
Gardner is now actin / superintend- WU. SCU1ELO J1FG. CO. Information in for "
Paul McKee and "Doc" Goodyear, an eighty pound tarpon. ent. This change was necessitated by regard property .-

of the Palace Drug Store, spent a Misses Virginia and Mary Tiller, the fact that James Buckles, who$tvas n. LOUISt. ,MO. I sale and rent churfuIJ.: )';& en. a,> to. -

part of Sunday morning in Winter Margaret and Mattie Stanford, Margaret in charge in1n the absence of W. A. In addition to fifteen other good companies, we

Park. Lee and Mamie Piley left Tues Joiner, was '. member of the local We Recommend and Sell now represent the well known

_. Attorney Milton Pledger went to day for Jacksonville where they join- National Guard Company and went ,

Tampa Sunday evening, being called: ed other groups of girls from all over with the company to the mobilizationcamp REDDEVILLYETaylor's- HOME FIRE INSURANCE_ CO. of.Now York, '\.

there to ''attend to legal matters on the \ ate bound for Camp Junalaska at near Jackson- x:>> G.A..G1'T __m R 1
Monday. near Asheville. N. C. They expect to ville.J. .

Miss Blanche Brack, of Narcosscc, remain two months .* D. Woodbe k. formerly of this Cash Grocery Second floor Citizens Bank Bldg. 'Kissimmf: ,. Fla. ', \

__ jlas returned from a very pleasantvisit C. B. Elam, s>{ Bradentown, Fla. city", but recently of Orlandj and St. .. .. .... ... .. .o. o..t..O.... .O.O. . . .. ,

with relatives and friends in representing large cattle interests in Cloud, has accepted 'a position af ,. w." .'
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., Tampa.S. Texas, has been here this week negotiating bookkeeper and 'office manager ofthfi.Lupfer -- --- -- - -- ,

; for "tKe purchase of 'cattle $ &: Prather garage. Mr. Da-

B. Aultman, who accompaniedW. from 'local cattle raiseis. It is un- vis, one of the members of the Arm
B. Crawford to Jacksonville Sup- derstood .that he arranged for the pur 'whohas held this position, expects to SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFECT "

day in Mr. Crawford's car, returned chase of a thousand head from the give his time and attention to his ===== AT THE'GRAYSTONE '

Tuesday. Southport Cattle Company.J. other interests. Mrs. Woodbeck will

:.. Miss Medora Russell left Monday E. Mattocks and family, of join Mr. Woodbeck l in a few days and HOTEL

: for Knoxville Tenn., to attend eumJi' Mount Dora spent Sunday here. Mr. they will occupy their old home on .

.. mer school. She will remaiij several Mattocks was formerly located herein North Broad ay.

'' months -.. the real' estate business and hitmany A special train passed throughthe $10 Per Week and' Up. .

Col. Harry A. Hunter left this friends were glad to see him city Tuesday night over the At- "

t" week Minneapolis., Minn., and oth- again. Howard Mattocks, his son, lantic Coast Line carrying about athousand O. C. PIERCE Manage. --- -- e'
:A er points in the West, where he will remained over for a visit of several white and colored .laborers -: ,

spend tM summer looking after ,bu I- reeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. McPhai. recruited In and around Tampa for . ,

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The ; Kissimmee Valley' Gazette to the people' and that the more direct the responsibility ' ship.turned out to' bid the toys farewell-and until - : : :

the more free the'government and the more after I i't q'clotk; Thursday morning the crowds waited :

just administration. of that government. neat, the depot giving cheer after cheer-of encouragement '

.' .'. Vallor 1'alil.aea. <......u.E..i 11..1141.1. Frld.7.efae. KL.Lre.. Pl.. The Metropolis( believes, according ifi editorial to the guardsmen and speaking'as individuals Notice To Readers.
that he primary "enables the chaff a* well as '
personal words
r of praise and admiration lo.them. .
: ,
t ?+ W, B. nAIIIII AND K. (J.; VANS> *AI W, Ow..r.. the wheat to place their candidacy before the people i ,
*S. 10. NAKiLlfl.! ltal/er..d M....rr. Why' not? Haven't we been taught (from hfa.ncy It is hardly likely that .the company vyiJl be DOD..1.". i:
If receive a of the Valley Gazette and are.i
that no matter how humble our birth we may called for actual service for several weeks because you copy .
'- -1i.b.erlptl.e n....$ aspire to" the highest place the Ration' fords.( Run' upon dent of the State of Florida,.you need not feel that the paper is beIng .I
On. Copy On. Year _.._ _._ ._.. ____ '1.141 } of the fact that membership as a whole thrust without< baring subscribed for it.
-? ? -- -- the mother who upon you you ;
On Copy Six )(....,h. __._._??._?____....... LOO rocks the cradle of- her infant son is unschooled in things military. Some few of the '
Sin. Copy Thrt. Month-.__-__.._____''__-_... .71 in the modest or even poverty-stricken home j justas members If you are not a regular subscriber the paper It being seat yea
; have seen previous service and will be '
oJ- much as an advertisement of Kissimmee and Osceola county and the sub't.
right to believe that that
r All communication, except'' from our authorisedorrccpondenta be some day boy prepared to lake up the training of others However, scription II I being paid for by the Board of County Commsssioaer ofOsceola .-,;. .
mu.t b'e fignut by the writer. may senator, governor or congressman it has not been jhe custom in United States military .
Rejected matter will not b. returned un1.... called !I as her more comfortably situated sister who circles to -1J1a ke use of companies composed of raw '. county from the Special Publicity Fund, provided for in tie S

ry for. I lives in a mansion not far away? recruits until have been _'1 'tax budget each year.
they thoroughly trained.
It will be for several months with hte hope of interesting
tent to
r (Bnt- In the Poitofnco. In Kissimmee Florida, That free government in that every man has.a .lIt is more than likely that the company will remain' you ,
4* ... "d.eI8.11 matters right to place himself before the rest of his fellows I in camp at Blacjt: Point for several weeks and if yon in this section of Florida. If you are interested we invite .
I as candidate for preferment. If the dear old / you to write for further information, or you may write to the Boardof
called the f frdnt
FRIDAY JUNE 23 19IB. to probably be placed in a Commissioners Board of Trade of Board of Tradeof
'i. \ ., I Met. doesn't like that sort of thing it should starta I mobilization camp somewhere 'near the border for County Kissimmee
,. ---- movement not alone for a convention but for a further St. Cloud'or any of our advertiser. '

Not even war can stop, us. monarchy of th. old form wherein the kings :are J. i Whatever training service the Kissimmee company is We hope that you will read the Valley Gazette each week and .,-

.t -4----: : such because they are created with a so-called''Cod-''' called on to perform will be well done. Kissimmee that we may be the means of bringing you here as a visitor, if not as

We still say bulkhead Lake Tohopekaliga. given night to rule. has given hex best manhood to the I a permanent resident: or an investor.
young countryat
s The Metropolis that Remember, if you are. not a subscriber and are a non-resident
--'-; : -- ,-, ., argues: it didn't take money I its call and once more has demonstrated that l
L VII Kissimmee's young men responded nobly to the to get office in the old convention days but t that a here there is always a readiness to respond when | of the State of Florida, no charge will be made to yon for the subscription 4

ilP call of jheir country.. j man, must have money now to make the race. It there is need l for men or deeds. I which' will be paid by the County Commissioners.

: I........ .. .. -- tront'jnues' this argument with the following choice I
\r: Seventy-seven young men 'f from city of less rbit of time-worn appeal : II DEMONSTRATION WORK A BIG HELP. I .
l.'". than 5,000 inhabitants looks well especially when J. "People who didn't spend a cent Rot office by

Tampa with\ 70,000 sent only266 men. i j the.o44 convention! system Why ) Became they I For almost two years; Osceola county has befl? It'O'< M-: OO OOO.Cl004'i

.4 -: '. I were the best fitted, the right men for the plate. lone of the progressive counties of the state which SAID

Kissimmee's patriotism was amply:!: demonstrates They didn't have to .go to but-of-the-way places to have joined Ith the Agricultural Department: of the i ABOUT KISS MEE .

when practIcally the entire 'citizenship gathered al I preach false doctrines. They didn't have to be responsible U. S. Government in employing agncultural! expert I

l' \ the temporary armory in the Grayslone Casino i to any set or clique of men. They were known as demonstration agent to assist 'all j i ; ': AND OSCEOLA COUNTY.

: building and gave the local company a rousing!! j officials in every sense of the word. They were re-, persons engaged in agricultural pursuits. It has I .
'. ;'i, send-off. ,isponsible I to no particular set or clique for their I been the duly of. these to give advice and. <.u' -' .r wnsrn.titinaaw, w.tir tic.o6o. _. ._060.'Ioo.. ._ IaJO, .. .
men - ' - - - - - - - - - -
- -- offices as a rule and they were in position )Jo Rive (counsel
the f farmers of the and'to I
J to ,
} county give The Kissimmee Gazette; announces small of men at wont
,I (| army preparing
The Gainesville Sun has joined the ranks of f the slate service that best nut t the demands all
them the benefit of all of the '
I t experiments performedby that it will become a daily October 1 I.I 1. 1th-" ground l und shortly will have the
Florida newspapers which' will not accept liquor adu:4 concerned. ,I the agricultural department in its'many experiment iNuujrle \Is just the man to make. a farm in operation. Needless to
vertisements. It announces that after | Seems to hear such doctrine this I say
:; strange as .
present contracts -
$ station 4' ,
success of the venture. Me has done 1 |live scientific men intereVpd f in this
,Ii-! ; expire no further advertisements of this character I( preached in this day and age of progress doesn't it ;? I| These demonstration' agents also! keep the farmers ''wondt>rsjth the weekly.TampilTrihune. particular line of endeavor will watch
will be accepted. I We ask just one question in regard to the I 1 I|
I argument informed as to all! diseases which affect either the oull'ome'ljoCllantly, und if it U.
: :- that officials chosen under the convention plan plants or h\e-slock and suggest to them the hen -* : successful another industry of much
Polk county has another newspaper. This rich were responsible to no particular clique.If (I' remedies lo use. The demonstration agent is sub- I At a meeting in Kissimmee on Friday importance will 1 be added, to the a

it neighbor of ours to the south is growing rapidly. j they were not responsible to the set or clique; ject at all limes to the call of the farmers and is of a number of (><*eeola count); growing list of rapidly -
uncommon agri-
' The latest venture in the newspaper field is the which named them to whom then were they responsible |i prepared lo diagnose for them any disease which cattlemen a permanent organizationwas cultural possibilities in Florida. In I

Haines City Herald with O. A. Porter as editor. i > I I may attack his growing crops or his live-stock. effected] und initial steps takento the meantime: r. Smith dUoIN"Ve" all

o- Haines Cily is a hustling place and we wish success I Under the primary law they are responsible di-j The work in Osceola county has been in the institute, vigorous tick eradication the ricouargement he can The
"- rectly to the people who them with their campaign in that FortPierce fet.'
, lo -Mr. Porter and the Herald. name capable hands of B. E. Evans a young man who county.- pioneer of any industrial pursuit

, : :- lots. has devoted his life to this work and who has Tribune. should have the co-operation of his
v I One of the show of Southern California Truth to tell there is no basis to the argument --0-
places is studied to perfect himself. in the service. We 'be- I We're: fond of Osceola;; county but neighbors particularly if 1 lie engagesin (
r a : the home of Brewer Busch and the Metropolis knows t that men named in con- I t
with its "sunken gar .. lieve that his work has been of untold benefit to the | we just ean't keep still and let the something which promises a
I dens." It is situated in Pasadena what ventions were and would be responsible to the men the I
dry and I people of county and in fact it has shown these Valley Gazette with broadening of opportunity and increase
get away a an -
, I:.r;: Busch thinks of the beer business is shown by the who Combined and secured their nominations i results On. the surface in many improvements already I streamer saying "Osceola Leads Statein of productive revenues.' Hat4
with which he combats all efforts make There is a possibility! that a convention might'reprejsent
energy to I off to this
Tick piorM'er.-Orla ado
Opening Campaign. Lake i Report
: it No Anheuser-Busch the will of the people but the possibility inmost I noted.He
wet. "liquid I has taken hold of the tick eradication cam- led by four weeks. Get that. Bier er-Star.
r ', in his I W. C. T. U. bulletin. cases is remote whereas the possibility of cor-
I f.M town notes a I paign and .has aided in the laying out of n- mer' ,iNaugle ? FOUR WEEKS! And with I -<0I .

" :. .- ruption and control is always present and extremely''' ous dinnini' vats in all Darts of the county. He has -MON.. --_V_ .,,.._.r_ "'W'ral_' a._.,.,... ,...'. ._.._..h._. I While we are heartily. in accord" ,
, f-.o; John W. Watson formerly of Kissimmee was' ( potent.j advised the stock raisers on all subjects connected Leesburg Commercial. with the sentiments .pxprassH. in the I
l elected a member of the legislature from Dade'I j The Metropolis speaks disparagingly of the i with this movement and has had much to do wi'h! I closing paragraph above nor wouldwe

I JLI: 'county and is 'a candidatefor speaker of the I fact that "Tom. Dick and Harry"can run for office I creating a sentiment in favor of eradicating the tick N. C. Bryan was: returned from detract from the honor due Mr. t.

c f'-:;' house. He served in that capacity with dignity and I[ under the primary law. Why not ) Isn't this a gov- I many persons being converted to the scientific meth- i'Osceola county without oppoRition.'Mr. I Sm'ith to broaden; ,the agricultural:

'PI:, honor in 1901 and has a state reputation not only 'ernment of Toms. Dicks and Harrys; This is no od of dipping by the force of his argument in its Bryan has had one term and will possibilities of the state the farts do

,l i-p as a fair and impartial presiding officer, but also for nation ,of two classes the governing and the gov- favor. I| serve his county much better the not warrant him the honor of being t

} expediting business. The late Col. Bynum who I; erned. This is a nation and state of self-go\erne 1I l ,| He has also! been an advocate' raising feed. :I next time. He is one of the leading "first" in the castor bean: production
; .....
I I f .K+ served fifty( years as chief clerk of the house, said : 'I people.' If Tom Dick and Harry are to be gov- stuffs for live-stock- on the broad fields of Osceola business men of Kisximmec, and sustains in Florida. That belonjrs to. Capt.! ....
{ Watson could the business : erned.'they ha\e the right to do the governing. and each of such fine John L. '
fq My. expedite of the I county year sees more crops a reputation for correct living Inglis of Jacksonville, who
a., house better and in I Like all conventionists The Metropolis hearkens''planted- he is interested in the plan and tKe"1 thirty!
a more satisfactory manner ( Just now to upright character. He is years ago while manager of the
v: than any man I ever saw preside." II back to Thomas Jefferson the "greatest Democrat have more sibs. built for the storing of these feed- kind of limber for the legislature.- Florida Manufacturing Co., at Madison I
.i. | that ever lived"' and says that he believed in the stuffs for the winter months. J. Reese
+ ;, -; :- uif during Hugh in Orlando ReporterStar. planted quite a 1i..1,1f beans,
'ti'"" I An exchange writes this invitation to its readers' Convention system. He also no doubt believed j ji I i He has been of great help lo new settlers who and had them crushed into crude oil

+a in the north- We pass it along to those of our i that riding horseback was the quickest way from' are inexperienced in Florida soil and climate features I -4- at the cotton "eoil mill of his com-

readers who live in other states. It says: "When i his home to any place he wished to go. He hadn'theard I He has advised them in regard to the best 1 The Kissimmee Gazette announces pany. For reasons unknown to us

you take your summer trip of exploration to Florida of automobiles and railway trainsWe've methods of culture what and how much fertilizer that it will begin the issue of a dailyin I the experiment was abandoned after a

come in your car. We'have now completed.-.or under progressed some _since Jefferson's day and we have( to use, etc. This service has been appreciated by October. This will be a long stop year or two of trial. Capt. Inglis la

way, over $12,000,000 of good roads and you evolved the primary system, railway train and au- the farmers and has made many a farmer a success forward for Kissimmee and the Ga- also a man :of "nerve and perapcI( -
'will have all you can do during the limited period tomobile.. The primary has its faults just the same whereas he might have been- failure without such z2tte. Kissimmee can support a ity" and doubtless his. experience

'of your vacation to cover them. You will also im- as the railway trains and automobiles have theirsTbut ; assistance. ___- daily as well as several other towns would be valuable. to Mr. Smith In hi.enterpriseLive *
bibe information of interesting places which you do it is just a* far ahead of the convention in efficacy i- We hope that Osceola county will continue lo in Florida that; have one. The Rd- Oak Citizen.

w',''.' .not.wish to visit this time which will cause you' to as they are ahead of lhe good old horse. co-operate with the Department of Agriculture in porter-Star has been a daily for 24 --4--

( extend: the vacation season next summer so you can But the dear old Met. thinks'there should be a this work. I( will mean much in the developmentof years, and certainty Kissimmee is The opening of tho South Florida

>.,+ stay in Florida longer" sort of board of guardians apointed for the people the county by those who are already residents rrrach better able to support a daily &: Gulf railroad; which will be pub'' 'tff. ,;

_ '--'"""" -: :-==- . and that these superior men. these Algernons and will encourage new settlers to come here to live. ':jn_ than Orlando wag a quarter of :licly celebrated at a picnic at Pino ,

l PRIMARY VS. CONVENTION. Chaunceys and Clarences should name the officialsfor I I a century ago. When a town reaches Island in Osceola county, June !6th, h
r r.lw .. we common Toms Dicks and Harrys. God for- WHO AM I? the size and consequence of Kis8 m- 'brings forcibly to the attention of the
f : - bid that we have reached that stage when a great . race a weekly paper does not fill the I state an enterprise whirls has been

5 Snail\ the Democratic party of Florida take a state newspaper can place its opinion of who are I'| Colonel George W. Burr. Commandant at the I I bi1T. The daily bite at the news is in progress for some ime without at- I
: step backward and discard the primary system to the best in of that of the :, IfnOn
men to govern place people Rock Island Arsenal, has had the following 'aer- appreciated than the weekly ratting much attention outside of the i
return to the convention plan of choosing its nominees from whose the derives its I broken t
consent government monette"placarded in all the shops there and it U banquet; doses are more ef immediate zone of activity. Twentysix I!

t for office? right to exist. an appeal whicly! iy directed: to every one: l1 ,...,.festive: than a bolus. The Reporter- miles of the road will be opened r
ft >V' Persons disgruntled: by their dissatisfaction with We admit that the people sometimes make mis- ; I am more powerless than the combined armies of Star congratulates the Gazette on its to operate oo the date mentioned, and :
the results of the recent primary have started a takes in the selection of their officials but the mistakes the world. commendable decision and wishes it it is assumed that the entire project I

tie 4 .movement for a return to the convention plan. The are theirs and they are quick to right them at I have destroyed more men than all the wars of the the greatest success.-Orlando Re- contemplates a much snore lengthy
l t '!> movement is being led by the Jacksonville Metrop- the next opportunity. Nol so with the conventionnominees. porter-Star. mileage. This lint penetrates the

oils The newspaper and the other adherents of By this old system the people were forcedto I II I 'am world.deadly than bullets and I have wreckedmore I -PEn rich,, prairie territory of Osceola' I

.the convention plan cite faults of the Bryan primary vote for men named because they suited the fac- more homes than the mightiest of siege *. route to Washington to resume I II county and inevitably will lead to iU
w law as reasons for giving up the selection of party tion or clique which happened for the time being to gun I hist duties as Congressman from the I rapid development. Thin i well
I steal in the United States alone over 300000. : a
e nominees by direct vote and the re-adoption of the be in power and selfish interests and' individuals Fowrth Florida district, lion. Joe nigh Virgin section which' has i
000 each re-
convention plan. made mistakes for which the had suffer. year.I Sears who was re-elected in the primary !
people to the rich I 'rr.ained sx> for lack of
and find! transportation
+; There faults in the Bryan primary law which spare no one my among ; election of last week, passed
are We want no return to the convention plan. the old the I facilities. Nor that ,the need is be-
and alike youngand
corrected There have been faults ;in poor ; ; ;through Jacksonville this
should be morning.
t We believe that the people of a free govern- and the weak widows and orphans I ing supplied we shall wit n"8 a heretofore -
laws there in most laws strong ; I He took the 1:30: train over the At-
rn all primary as are ment such as ours have a right to choose their officials i-j I unprecedef1..droVt. h of
apparent when they are put into effect. As and we have not lost faith in their ability to I know me. that I -shadow i iII ;Ian tic Coast Line for Washington. country which rbound'i/ in diversity a
I loom such proportion cast I a great -
to my
j should and will be up When seen by a Metropolis "
tthese faults they cor-
appear do I of \
so. soil
field of labor horn the turning and c'.irniite! possibilities. !'
rected by the legislature.: This is the march of progress Whenever reach that wherein believe over every sentative Congressman repre-I .
we stage we the moving of train. I It is worthy of note t that Fred
of the grindstone to every
itself. The people find the faults and Ii. pressed himself as gratified at the ,
: that the people are incompetent Id govern thousands thousands of | H. Lynch, former Minnesota lumberman
make the needed massacre upon wage- result of the election. "In view of'
r their to cor
+ call upon legislators .t themselves we shall move to Germany or Russia I and high mogul in the national
rections. Perfection will never be reached because submit to edicts of so-called "God-chosen". ruler I earners hn a year.I f the strong opposition that I had I I'councils, of the Democratic i
and do of work party; is
IV I lurk in places most my
'ndltions there will be need I unseen consider that I made a remarkable
times and change
as apd bow our head in subservience to his commands. but I nan'iully'inter'Sled I t which not
is silently. You are warned -against me, you ," he said, "and I only
the laws. There .am
i for changes In primary no rea- !trace deeply |lends interest but gives the
should be complaint et this. Today heed not.I i grateful to my loyal friends and supporters guaranteethat
r ;oa why'there KISSIMMEE SHOWS PATRIOTISM. the project will l.e
of needed in I am relentless I am everywhere; in the home, on throughout the district. I tarried to
i. a/day progress.Changes are every successful
:- the street in the factory ot railroad crossings, i shall to show them completion.. -Orlando Re-
i i'w J"of" life to keep up with the modern ways of Kissimmee manhood when called j try my appreciation porter-Star.
'' young uponto and on the sea.I i of their support in a
tdotng For things.this very same reason why should the party answer its countiy's demand for fighting men responded I bring sickness degradation and-dealh. and yet few..,I by a faithful performance of my duty ', (0 (0 (0 oQo > .:. oQo oQo oQo o > ::. > oQo .. 0)

?"* "-lake a backward step and fall into the practice. ofyear's -. with a willingness which is a distinct-tribute seek to avoid me. ].in. Washington." I* )DO YOU KNOW THAT *

''*;'; J v; ago, when the party's: nominees were chosen to the patriotism of this section. I destroy-, crush or maim ; I give nothing but take Congressman Sears carried nine 000 oQo-

.:? bjr" the few rather than by the rank and.- file of Seventy-seven young men. besides the three all.. out of the fourteen counties in the I...* Rural sanitation it, ii health if*

a 'v Democracy ? officers making in all eighty have given up their I am your worst enemy.I I district. He made the pre-election protection to the city dweller.oQo .

M Tr. Metropolis claims that it is impossible tote'ect daily tasks and left their friends and relatives to I I AM CARELESSNESS. prediction that he would carry ten ,' the for mobilization the State I land possibly eleven counties. ]H le '> and then let him di.
'le-! ='=-" for office by primary system. retort at Camp near of typhoid *
p.c'tlr Vetrcpoiis believe that the people of Flor- Jacksonville and if needed to go to the Mexican "THE OLD MAN." I didn'l; miss his, estimate far, because fr fever. oQo

ida *re incompetent to select their officials? borders for actual service for their country. Boys when you speak of your father don'l call he lost Palm Beach county by only I'I'I The U. S. Public Health Serv- .:*,

$5$5 'Who shall say that the men selected are not the Organized as a company of the Florida National him the "old man." Of course you are older now I five votes. Jlad he carried Palm 0ice issues a free bulletin on the 'i

I''r test men for the offices? Does the Metropolis set Guard less than a week this body of fine young than when you were taught to'call him father. You Beach he would have had! ten counties .* summer care of infants? b f

'u"p its. opinion as to the character of the men selected men was called upon for actual services before it I are much smarter than you.were then your cloth to his credit.-Jacksonville Metropolis. 0Exercise in the garden is bet- i

,, 1 ?'. against that of the majority voters? Or had been equipped with uniforms or had learned the fit you better, your hat has a modern shape and : -0ter than exercise in the gymnasium 4 $

I 'tv does: it believe that a bossriddenconvention is bet- rudiments of military science. Nevertheless the your hair is combed differently. In short "flyer" A. Smith + ? '%

'ter'<.bre to name the "best"men than the people boys did not falter. Telegraphic orders for equipment than you were then Your father has a last year's' Remington for deserves distinction Clean water, clean food,' clean 'S

t!t se'U.: :. this argument is based upon the solid basi.lifl1 Headquarters and they arrived 'njy a few hours pattern. He can't write such an elegant note as I bean farm nerve in to start the first castor American citizens T +: b''?.;
,of f.ct.'DeD' why not carry it farther and declare before time for entraining. Yet when the time fo you can and all that but don't call him "the old \ farm He has purchased 4 The state of Calforpiatat/ reduced *

;that,the people are not competent to govern them- departure arrived the Kaisimmee Company was man." Cal( him father. For years he has been I will plant a near Kissimmee and its typhoid death rate '1'0. r '

isr; j lver and free government is. a failure. ,We are not ready.But rustling. around to get things together, he has been has sixty acres. Mr; Smith already per cent in the past ten yeast .*>

'-t ready yet to admit this. We do not believe that the it is not only.the''boys who have displayed held to the' (thorny} path of uphill industry, and the-, done considerable expert'meriting Rats are the most expensive r ,

'-.t.\:' frutjay t ha*.come when the "wst" men according to the noble traits of patriotism. The city as a whole the brightest.ihajf: of life has gone from him forever. I of ,this and he has faith in the future animals which man maintains T 4'r

'1},?, soptmod'of' a'few shall. rule.the reatutontl of,the. WQuSerfvthiister"- ..:the: >me., th:. friends! and other But..he Jove you though he: goes along without iaing / has given the business best in Florida. lie 4 It is estimated that the average 0 s t

ple.-;.We do believe that free government relative of the young men have borne up With" a much about it, therefore be not ungrateful.I -l of this faith possible evidence manure pile will breed O
"'&>: ;'pe ,when the "ruler are ,responsible directlyt wonderful fortitude.: Practically the entire citizen-I I Orlando Sentinel'{ by putting a lot of good 4 900.00Gfile.. per ton' 444PPP
pbtaiaed ... money the ventureH F
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[ : thereby enriching the blood and Invigorating ployed.. Lake. Hamilton I* certainly the system In fine, vigoroui condition. north of th_ city, baa begun' U>.%rex* lug Instantly'and, a' fair application' "'

r N NOW GIVESIS the wbole.yatem; Next, one of'the coming' great resort townsof Price We.: Sold. by Osceola Pharmacy. tion of a residence on"the farm. & rfmor** thexj-ause Urn performingpermanent 4

It enables.a, week, wornout stomachto Florida. .Charles Neid, who owns the adjoining cw*.) Price 25e &00';'and

ENO'ORSEMENTEYANS thoroughly' digest -tho food, promoting .Five car' loads:of'watermelons have .160 acres, where he' Is al. 91.00 per .bolt].; Sold by. OsceolarUarmacy. -
NEW SETTLER BEGINS ready-.. successful farmer; is assisting '
the assimilation of" the nourishing been shipped from her,so far. The ,; "
products by. converting them first Mr, Beater, in the ,erection of his
; car averaged over forty pound
l : Queen Alexandria ha alway been
$3 home.
a into blood, bone and mu cle. WORK''BUILDING HONE
0,YEARS "I HAVE'GAi J. per melon, and the car would hold an ardent patron of hospltalssand neverer
"It overcomes, It4i said, that'great only 848 melons. The second car ran '
o POUNDS. ON TANLAC ii i ** If you Lave the I Itch don't scratch. It sends anybody, to ubtltate fotxberAvocadoes .
cause of disease, weakness. It render 671 melons. .The price* obtained aresatisfactory
H. Dealer who : doe. not trouble and make '
FEEL FINE NOW, HE Dlr. F. recently came cure the ----
. --. |IES. the body vigorous and elastic. It a* the Lake Hamilton to Florida from Nebraska and purchased the .1ii'D'bleed.. Apply BALLARD'S are rlpenlnr In the Ftr I a
keep the' mind clear and energetic, melons aro becoming1 known ton the a lSO- ere farm In the Hunter SNOW LINIMENT. Rub 't In gentlyon Lauderdale di.tric&ld: ) shipments '" .-
best evidence of a medicine'e and throws'off the symptoms" of nervousness market. Some of them run'up to fix- Land 'Company' tract five v milo the affected part, It relieve Itch- .will 'commence at an' early date., "
and indigestion It builds ty pounds in weight. The acreage i.i .
Is what the !. who have N '
poop up_constitution weakened by dio- small this, year. Mr. Fithbnck ha 4hl
taken it have to about it, '
-'A y say ease and mental and physical overwork about twelve acres, from which the ;i..
I la i I. especially true and beyond 0
quickens convalescence and is two cars mentioned were shipped. A .. 'M"if.
eition when such statements an.unfailing source of comfort to all few others have smaller acreage. The \ .'
!cede by; people of good charac- sufferers 6f such troubles." total is probably not over forty or Such '
d published right in the comf
Genuine Tanlac is sold in Kissim- fifty acres. But with the reputationfor ,. .
where each and .every parti I' .. '
3. Roberson in St. Cloud quality that these melons are -
i I investigated and verified. mee by Z. dJJ- .
by the Seminole Pharmacy, and in building tip the business\ is sure to tobacco :
Live ten pounds TanL
gained on
Kenansville by Phillips Brothers.- become more extensive here in succeeding -
l nd foel like a new man," said Adv. I seasons. -<,1.\\
.1 harles A. Evans, residing at No.e Mr. Mort Brown, of Indiana, is to enjoymentas

Columbia Apartments, at 111 4'44444444444444 come hero soon' and put in a large ;
Forsyth street, in an interont- hardware stcrc. A building will\ be '
terview with the Tanlac repre- 4 'T thought
LAKE HAMILTON. built for this. you never ; j >
kive a few days ago. .Highly 4 Mnv J. S. McCljum brae suffered bereave could be is to I _ "
yours -
nod over the wonderful results 44444444044400 : nJnt by the death of her sisterin ,
id obtained{ from the use of'TanMr. >" '- M ntana, who died very "udd n1y. command quick as .

Evans called at Bettcs' Phar- An association called the Lake M/ William Geiley was a Tampa : you buy some Prince'

r solely for the purpose of giving Hamilton District Ornamental Leaguehas vi'&r this week on business. Albert and '
fire-up a /
ndorsement of the medicine. Mr. been organized here. The object II. R. Mo. nat ,.attended 'a meetingat
L: is bookkeeper and cashier for pipe or a home-made '. .
is to aocure tho services of an expert Lake Wales Monday in regard to t
al concern, and was born in Pen- landscape architect, and have all the matter of organization of a special cigarette I '. ,
la. Fla., but has. made his home the streets laid out, as to what trees' road district in the ridge section, \

Jacksonville for the past fifteen and ornamentals are to be planted, to widen the asphalt road to fifteen Prince Albert gives t .
ra., and is widely known. Contin- and also the loads loading to the feet and build some laterals to eon- ,
t, ho said: town. In this way a permanent and nect with the roads to be built by you every tobacco sat-

suffered' twenty years with "chronjidigestion uniform planting can be secured and the Winter Haven special road district isfaction your smoke- d

and of late years I have the boat subjects selected. The offices which comes within two and a appetite ever hankered
fi bothered a good deal with artic- of the league are: President, half miles of the asphalt road hero ;l
for. That's because f ''
r rheumatisn- 1 was hardly evernout C. W. Howard; vice president J. M. between Lake Hamilton and Dundee. ::. C.. i

pain and' my joints would Coarse/; secretary, H. R. Mosnat; Mr. W. J. Richards'has some northern it's made by a patented 0. .... .... ,

je and swell dreadfully. I wasy treaaurer, Mrs. Wilbur Purcell. Thereis grapes, such as Concords, etc., process that cuts our ;'..'w* 'I
and restless and wasp for the chil two old, that bearing
( nervous also a Junior League years are very
bite and parch I Prince Albert has SSX.rr: ;= 'wLMh ',:
troubled a great deal on account dren, and they will assist in all ways well. They are now 4 beginning to always *"...-..,....- I"1
my kidneys. I was constipated they.can, by keeping the town clean, ripen. Mr. J. E. Dilsaver also has been sold without coupons or premiums.We =-- ";':J-w= :) I

>let all the.time and had severe and by building bird houses, and another some northern grapes and other va- prefer to give quality I .. )
Ins in my stomach and sides. My ways. This work being under- rieties as well, that are doing well.A .

IeP was very poor, and I had to be taken while the town is still new, l la is ,
ighty careful of what I ate; in fact most excellent plan, as the town is bilious half-sick feeling loss of . \

didn't hardly know what it means only about three years old, and in this,I'energy, and constipated bowels can be ; .
eat a square meal. I becamo very way splendid results will be mire to relieved with surprising! promptness by CRINGE) ALBERT

oak and |lost a good deal in weight."I follow in time, and the best and moot using HERBINE. The first dose :
1 tried many different kinds of artistic and effective results secured. I brings improvement- a few doses puts

icdicmes, but nothing seemed to This Is one of the few towns in Florida j the national'joy smoke
'ach my trouble and I had just about where such a plan has been followed

"fat all faith in medicines, but when and it will, make Lake Hamil- : Grocer
Ask has a flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of it!
read the endorse-
began to splendid ton one of the most beautiful townsin
And that isn't either. '
jtcnts of the Jacksonville people on the country. Many people who For
''anlac deemed there must be some- have traveled extensively claim\ that
Men who think can't
they smoke a pipe or'roll a ciga
hing to the medicine, so I bought a lake Hamilton is naturally the most Say Princo Albert p
able and it. I have CHEEIBiEAliSCOFFEES everyrette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince /
began taking beautiful site for a town in Florida where tobacco i* fold in '
.iow taken four bottles, and as I have and with this excellent and uniform toppy rod bats,5e; tidy rd Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a tryout -

already said, I weigh ten pounds more tree planting and ornamental plan tin mad, half-pound leer handaaa.pound tin hamimtorm certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment

today than I did when I began taking tho moet will be made of Nature's -and-that corking fin. corning their way as soon as they invest in' a supply.'

it, and I am gaining every day. great kindness here. With the many pound cryttal-gtaf_ 0IfftiPrince Albert tobacco will tell its own story' I
I have been relieved of the rheumatism sparkling azure Irked set like saph- Jor with mpongomoitonoTtop
that koop tobacco
and the swelling and soreness in ires in the green of citrus groves, the Best By Every Test fa acA clever trim-alu>ayt R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Winston-Salon, N. C. .',
ny joints has left mo entirely. My possibilities here are without limit if lI
digestion is fine now and I have a these methods of cooperation are emuu -
good appetite and can eat anything I __ -duu_ _ __. _u_ u.u.u_... I ----- --- --- - -- ----- i
Iwant without suffering afterwards.. I I -

lam not nervous like I was, and I I -- '
i sleep fine. I feel simply fine in every TAKE -ER-LAX b + ri
I way.: ,I think. Tanlac i* the most /V ?

I[and wonderful I can medicine conscientiously' I have recommend ever tried, AND FEEL WELH \V L. Douglas

fit to any one who is troubled like I IYRNA

was-above all th rmedic1n..*..* $3.0O $3.5O $f&.OO $ .5'O.
'Commenting on the above statement '' Don't suffer_from the ill effect of ,

Mr. C. M. Willis Southern distributor ,an inactive liver, such as headache, indigestion and $5.00 Shoes for 'Men
of Tanlac said lack of :
r : constipation, energy
"There is not a single portion of 'and low spirits, when for a little money tI'
I the body that is not benefited by the you can get a remedy of proved You CAn'save money by wearing W. L.

i helpful action of Tanlac which be' merit. GRIGSBY'S LIVVERLAXwill Douglas Shoes-Value OuarnnteodFer
gins its>action by stimulating the Di!- I get your liver right and let you " '
i, ceatiand!. assimilative organs. enjoy better health and brighter spirits. - S3 year W. L. D.eglss' nasae kaa oioot far ...... ol f
LJV-VEK-LAX: acts natrally and the highest standard of aaallty for the price. His Mate aced '
j The Stove* Withstand. the Heat dSsus.rBetter effectively. Has none of the dangers the retaU price stamped ea the _u_. guarantee full vales aadprotoct

Than UwWejJi and and bad after effects of calomel. Sold the wearer against high nrlee for laferier shoe. IVER JOHNSON AND POPE BICYCLES
Old people who Ore feeble,
I people who are weak,will be strengthened under an absolute money refund guar They are the beet known shoe In the wor4. $11.00 Dew. TIME SAVERS $5." per ..**

and enabled to go through the depress. antee at 50c and $1 a bottle. Each W. L. Douglas shoe are made of the moot carefully ae- Why should I bay my Bicycle from The Bryan Cycle Co.
tag heat of summer by taking regularlyOrove'sT..tele.s bottle is protected by the likeness of lected. leather, after the latest models. In well-eqnlpped fac Because they sell on.installments and you den't hare to take

aad enriches the Chill blood Tonic.and It builds purifies I.. K. Gripby. For sale by Osceola I, tory at Brockton, Masa, under the direction and personal Inspection what you can f et. You can, make your own selection of Bicycle and
have them equipped with style handle bar, saddle, pedal. and
r the whole system. 30c. Pharmacy.. I ef a most perfect organization and the highest paid tires that you want. any. ,
t skilled shoemakers; all working with an honest determination Come in and make your own selection f Min our complete stock.
to make the beat shoe in the world. We carry everything? for the Bicycle. BicycUTrepaJirTng\, a specialty. ,
C A. CARSON President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary. ..
WE SELL THEM :Bryan: Cycle Cho.:=

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tution of statewide prohibition. Several battles "of the world\ to b4t seven hun no longer: have the .government;., Is* ot today' has given tHona.\ And tMs this trip South by Chrle IL:Gatrlet" ;

: I W.C lU.COLUMN' I ..states have adopted this measure dred'thousand, and the deaths'caus' uftig. secretly, licenses to "blind heritage can-only be brojlght about the .weet-voiced singer and writer: Of'"";i
the'the'use of I < Prohibition. of th greatest bjhnM.of |
"' which is, of course,, an Improvement United tigei s' thus protecting them from detection by 'National* many Jr.. '
.on the .county prohibition, but .6tat s, alone;;; 'to be approximately by the state authorities, but\ I - Church, and Charles: H. Gabriel ,. .
of the.
We are"glad to !give our pace this there ore several" glaring weaknesses the-same fipwre. IT wit would have the eyes of the grand In every home where there Is ft baby who conies: along as the pIanist f

week to the high school prize essay. which have proved that this In not, by One of the basic' prjnclplep the olcj American eagle and the strong there should also be a bottle of Me-\ party. <

S These essays have no name attachod any means, the solution of the liquor,,j organli tion! :of society 'was the pro" arms of the' Fedetal government always I. GEE'S BABY ELIXIR. f It may be Two of the unusual' musical features

.wen lent to. the. judges i They are'merely question. Foremost among these- | ready to assist the states In the needed at any time -}o correct sour of this great convention will b.

I numbered.! By request of the weaknesses is the fact that under our ene-mies detection of the violation and, in the Stomach, wind colic:, d&rrhoea or summer the open air song -service; and patrl-k

writer we give-his number only; constitution the state has not' the fend' themselves. The same principle enforcement of the penalties for the complaint. It is a wholesome otic address on the steps of theO yr- '

National Prohibit Ion." right to prohibit the importation (if a plies to the union of our United violation of this act remedy. contains no opium, morphine gin State Capitol building Satur'&liyafternoon '

In order to treat! properly the above whiskey from other states, and the effect States and whatever rights were gin. To thoso who doubt that this woul d I or injurious drug of any kind. Price July 15. Rodehonver and

subject into short a space we must of this was strikingly illustrated en to the states '01' retained by the, be effective we need only point to the 25c and 50c per bottle Sold,by Osce-. Gabriel will lend the sinning and Dana

*, pass over the fundamental questionof some years, ago -when Georgia vqtud I central government were for thq fu'r-, f effective manner in which tho use of J t old Pharmacy.RODEIIEAVER. iel A. Poling!, of Boston, will giyej>haddremi. -

:! prohibition, on which many volumes 1 state' wide pl'phlbltion-the Atlanta', thcrance of this 'principle. Wo have! narcotics( was suddenly stopped a.I i Mr. Poling/: in H great ora

.. have been written and to the Journal in a cartoon, showed a map ,,(now before us on enemy to which can soon as the National government: ass COMING. tor. Saturday! evening there will be

v study of which much of the best of Georgia, Tennessee and Florida ,,I be attributed directly of remotely n : sumed control of its use. I twelve, great street nu-etiogs consisting -'

tl brains of our country have been con. with a plain canal connecting Chaltanooga i, many deaths annually 'as have,.been I There have been many objections; I Billy Sunday's Great Song Leader / of BonKS und u gospel men"" .

', stantly and studiously devoted,, for the j' and Jacksonville flowing ''caused on battle> the fields from the raised to National prohibition, sonic .comhlg .South for Christian tndtavor sage held on the stri'Hts of AtlanW.

past half century. We must accept through .tbe center of Georgia, with I' plains of Macedonia! to the frozen re'gions of them unworthy of consideration,, Con tntion. Each street meeting: will lie in charge ,

the .scientifically proved fact that/the I many subsidiary canals flowing'' of Port Arthur. The jttatcshnv.r II such as tho ,employment] of the people > I of a different .elate! delegation/

+ use of alcohol.r-as a beverage, islJ. n Ilhroull"hout the state and rrinvovinirliquor fought for n rcnturvvilh. this t now engaged in. the manufacture of Three thousand: ) dt-lt-K.itc-n: from .flU
Atlanta Ga. Homer Rodeheavir,
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harm that must be eliminated from to nil sections of Georgia.: :"AI1iother monster and while their work has nut whisky and of the destruction of property Billy Sunday's louder, is coming purL!< of the South will attend .ia

our civilization if we desire to continue weakness of btate prohibition, i ii. been in vain they have certainly born now used for this 1 In song gri'iit (I'onvHtib&S..' t ion.
purpose. 1 to Atlanta July ilfi.:< to ]lead the
1 our upward march to a more 'The fact that state nimble l to check its There- [ --
statute cannot progress.
'i'\\ a !reply to these we have only to'point'to : MnfriiiK/ in the /great: All-South ('hots.tin .
complete realization'of that degree ott" be enforced in localities, where the f money i ('on ('lit ion, to be held REME
: perfection to which man should I, as public sentiment does the Milled nail. of the Nation to conibii",
[ notupjiort 'b'i'i'"ii to. the American people.: in the city Auditorium knd Atlanta '
t", the ruler of the animal kingdom, be -tiitute.' This is remarkably true in their forces al1' fight for protection ''There! arc, however, some objections churches. .f r STOMACHtroubiG ,1

destined. Therefore, we shall assumetho regard to state wide prohibit'on. ACt.yr -ugiinsl, this common enemy. If tin'objfc't : woithy of notice. To th believers in j
.Mr.! Kodehenver is. recognized .I:I :a?WILU.CONVINCEGall : i
broad! principle of prohibition and 'to I
I Georgia; "/ adopted] 'late wide prohibition of the constitution is protect i: state; rights, said that thin
t .... merely treat it in detail so far as the the saloons were clos"dthroughout ,life, then measures to protect the Na'ipn nl"" theoltd'' greatest louder of sinicinn. ; Stom -, ( itveer and Ulcers of theStomach
questions of its adoption by the Nation care-ful i It >is INtimated that he leads'' anfl'! I Intestines: Auto-Intoxi- t
I the state. However, within : against! the ravages of this dendlVf'nemy :: matter '
demands. j more than ((1,000,000() people u. year in I II 'fntion, Yellow: Jaundice, Appendicitis ;
a very short time the nettle whis- should be immediately taken. show that this amendmr'nt'does not
Various plans have been devfseJ,. I gospel: songs. No other man has ever and other fatal ailments result! from
(; 'I key men had( located the weak spots i That it is a recognized enemy to I abridge the right of police] power, orof j
I done that. lie is wonderful! Thousand "ofStomach I
during'the'past half century, to check truly ,, Stomach Trouble.
,tin the pulllic prohLilio'1, sentiment nation!:! efficiency has been. provedconclusively ( any other power, which, in the
\t; tho insidious gains which the liquor 'and they reopened their saloons] This is Mr. Koileheaver's first visit j Sufferers owe their complete -
in by the drastic "te" science: of good government, should
f habit has made our people and to the far South and the (Christian' recovery to Mayr's WonderfulJtonicdy.
upon Savannah and advertised j
,whiskey .otr:, which the powers, now engaged in be_>rsted in the states, but'\ it only
; to its devastating effects. Publit Endeavorsers of Dixie) consider themselves L Unlike olAei for Stom-
stop / any
their sign boards. In Macon while )
it t the great European war, have taken (' <1the: aid of the Na'ioncl govern- r
)" sentiment, in communities fortunate in securing this great nc-h Ailnii'tit. Tor dale by J. Z. Ro-
various was not so open just as much, whiskey tcfprevent. its use by soldiers.: The nit nt to the "t tes'in enforcing their '
1 aivl 1 counties has stopped, by the ballot I lender. lie will be accompanied on ; berson and druggists: everywhere.
sold) I before the' I i
was as United ; I
adoption States has attained its present: ( laws. Ag '.in it is !said that the goveijiment .
the !licensed sale in those lornli- '-
-of state wide prohibition. The same high standing among nations of 'the ; would enforce this law I -

tit i; the same public sentiment, condition prevailed in many other i world because of the thrift of its people through unfair and obnoxious officials -
lir ught ubout by education of thei I I
,) and because of the efficiency of in some sections, but we answer, FOR SALE GASH PREFERREDOne
i majority: of voters has legislated pro-hibition
) | the Nation as a whole Its people those days are past, there are no suchI
against the sale of intoxicating l liquors element predominated in these! particular ,have not become weakened by the va- I conditions existing in the enforcement -
block of Five Lots in south Part of Town. 250
in. many of our states. Some '
places and if of
an officer Irious vices which usually accompany of the narcotic law and we may
have amended their constitutions I law antagonized the I (foot front 208 foot Rich Muck Soil for
anti-prohibtiion- civilization, but we are how facing assume the same conditions will exist depth. adapted

touch others as have the "Davis passed Package"strict regulations law, and the ists he was 'immediately beaten at "critical situation, that most d..bilitatI I| in the enforcement of the prohibition j Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city-
polls. If an arrest was made, on I law.
1 in many states the entire sale of intoxicants the jury sat anti-prohibitionists, always lev-erages. ,, ditch. Make your home pay for itself.
I I It is said the manufactuic of liquor
has been the-
,- -,. assumed by ready to bring in a verdict of .;hold upon our people. Theoota!..* for home use is not prohibited. True II Apply VALLEY GAZETTE.
"not guilty. Georgia is Uoed as an have shown their inability to cope )I it is not, but the Nation cannot be cut
Much has been in
accomplished example became the details of how with this enemy and only when the off entirely from whiskey all at once.
these Various ways, but we owe the tho worked are"better known
plan out ''
: strong arm of the Federal government The change must be gradual and the

} education progress made of the more people to as the to the popular evils to Ire: The same conditions must pre- comes down, and combines with people given time to adapt and adjustthemselves UGH CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK. '
vail in instance.
$ of drink than we do to the legal aspect : every I I I, the power of the states, counties and to the change, but the sale
The results of such a system are I the small communities, can they absolutely of whiskey is stopped, the saloon is
; of prohibition. It must be admitted I
that these so-called prohibition- obvious, first, it shows' the total failure ]I destroy the sale "of all 'liquors done away with, and the commercial DON'T STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED I

Y laws do not prohibit. In the counties of the purpose for which the law I and thus accomplish this object value taken off of whiskey and a firm ,

and communities which ,'otedapln.t was passed ;: second, the money which I aimed at. I foundation is laid for the building of
had formerly been brought i into the The adoption of an amendment to Nation within
the licensed sale, alcoholic I a tomorrow, these "Hudson's Liver TDn," Will Clean Your Tour dnifrpi/ or ,ilonlcr! ells yon aGO
treasury of the ctate nnd cities the constitution would, in .
beverages are brought in both in as cure United States, which will be the purest ont bottle of IOIH| IH-s liver Ton

wholesale and retail quantities from revenue, passed into graft money and many of the defects which now' nec?"- healthiest, strongest c.nd most Sluggish Uw Better Thin Calomel uniltr my ,jxTBonnl {unrantitthat 'twill

't neighboring counties which do allow campaign funds for corrupt politic- I sarily exist in all prohibition legislation powerful Nation\ on the globe. The aid Cia Not Salivate. clean your sluggish' ''IMT l>;'tlkr thannastyy

y ians, thus making the total expense ,and would vest the power in the coming generations will an ever- 'al.II..I. l; it won't make you nick
; pwe
the sale of them, and in the of
hf the states and in Calomel) makes sicyou lone a and you can cat anything you want ,
(engaging liquor business the Congress to pass such lasting debt of gratitude for this her- you
the licensed saloons we have what is I dny'n work. (" loml is ((iiickmlver! and without being galivatcd.. Your druggist
cost of a government license with legislation as would be to of
necessary itage abstinence which the Nation
r commonly known as the "blind tiger," i it ,' <-calomel. injures your liver.If guarantees. that rath! spoonful J "ill start
out which they dared not do busiross I Ii finally r / ch a condition of absolute j .
,j are bilious feel lazy, sluggish .
: I
j which continues to sell whiskey and you / your liver, clean your) lx>wt-la ajvlblraiKhtcn
( i-and a certain amount of graft mon- J prohibition We would no longer I and all knocked out, if your |rowels| areconstipated
other intoxicants. Various means Whenever You Need d Oeoeral Tote you up hy morning or you
ley I to he expended, in corrupting the I I'I have whiskey imported into dry Take drove's and your lirml. acliiw ortomaeh get. your inoncy I back. C'hildrt-n gladly
have by'
been the .
attempted, prohibitionists I is Hour, just take a spoonful of
u to stamp out this ,' people's servants to whom the enforcement '" tory; we would no longer be terr'i'l The Old Standard Grove's 'Taatelea liannli-Hft. iDodiwin II Liver Tone instead. take \1)slsi, 's Liver Tone because. it i.i
sal but in few of the law has been in- I' local public sentiment in cities chill Tonic is equally valuable aa a I of lining sickening/ salivating calomel. pleasant' tasting and doonn't gripe Or
cases have they been
trusted. These are, the conditions as the whiskey elejnent predominates. General Tonic because it contains the j IkKlson's Liver Tone i is real liver medicine. crAmp or moko them sick
successful. In many cases the officers they prevail today. The prohibitionists could then peal f well known tonic properties of QUININB You'll know it m-xt morning l lie- I 11m "wiling, millions of bottle of
failed to exercise proper diligence and IKON. It acts on the Liver, Drives cause you will woke. up fcvling flue, IViilnonV, Liver Tone to woplo who have
and, even when! the officers Richard P.' Hdbson had figures to the National government for the I out Kalaria, Enriches tbe Blood and I your liver will be working, your headache found that this. !plraaant, vegetable, liver
compiled by- the I enfoiLdiiKfirtj-saf this law. We would Bu...* up the XYl.ole System 90 cents.: find dixzlnpfm stomach
r were diligent and faithful, they were war: department as .. '.. ,- "" gone your medicine i takes the place of daagtroua
often unllble0 detect and convict because : to.thq total number of men who had --- . .- . 'will 'lie .wetend" bowel regular. You calomel Buy one bottle on Uy mmtnd,
". will feel'' like'work ing. Yqu'll be'l\it..r'\
f ; reliable Ak '
been guarantee. druggUtabout
killed%- all the battles of your
of their ,
inability td secure positive ful I ;tull.9' energy", vigor and ambition. me.

proof of Innocence to oysicomo with Which the presumptions tho taw world nmg'of from ftbtf 'Macedonia present European_to the begin.strug- N AT U R ESS 01L B Ul LOE R -- ---- .-- .- ,-. ,

clothes the'accused. Therefore; be- gle. Hethen,' by using the figures,

cause of' the fact that local politics deduced) by scientific research, esti- 'Blower Ground UmwtbiiCjBlJy 'd soils

play such an important part in the mated the total number of deaths sweet. It releases potash salts and T8 i inipwts The
caused by whiskey ,He found the to- of the world
enforcement of th.r prohibition law, strength and vigor to growing crops and trees. eyes
and because of elusivenese of the tal number of men who had been actually Blowers' limestone ground unusually fine BLOWERS 1.

"blind tigers," local prohibition does killed on the battle field in the readily mixes with the soil. Contains no im: GROUND

not, as a rule prohibit. And in the purities-can be applied at any time -i is the who t;

counties, in which it does prohibit, No. 66,6.. --- inexpensive. Write for literature and price LI ME- are on man

whiskey can be obtained from
Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co. a
boring "wet" counties. This U a pratcriptioa prepared MpMtaBy Box K 308, Ocala FktridiAnnual STONE
Realizing the weakness of local lor MALARIA CHILLS 4k FCVCR.
Five or .U doM will break say CM, and
prohibition the people undertook U aka tho; .. s toole the Fever will not _.
in many states, to suppress the sule ratora. Ii act oo UM Hr.r better thaa SAVES
of alcoholic beverages by the insti Calomel sad. doe not frip. or sickea. 25. .ooo ooo oo ooo oooooooo ooo oooo oooo. . .


t Excursion JULY 2ndTO I

Ideal l I Fertilizers moment

PAUSE young man,

give a thought to self. The

Increase Crop ProfitsV Savannah Charleston problems that confront you now, or ...

V will a few years 'hence. '

believe $7.50 $9 '50
are .
Look about the of affairs in
yon- men country, Halt, natron-yes,

prepared to supply all the potash goods you Round Trip Fares From Kissimmee ia the world, are the men who started to are early in life.

want also a varied line of Ammonia-Phosphoric i A VIA They have the respect and confidence of the omtnnity.

Acid formulas at reasonable prices. We have Atlantic Coast Line Then look on the other ride-t-at the fellows wh. fpevd aD tk-'y

make 4hey may have a good time for a while, but what does tkjfp
a everything in the'fertilizer line. Standard Railroad of the South .r*onality reflect?

We also have a complete stock of the best Tickets Sold July 2nd, Final Limit July 14th. Good on all Regular,Trains
A dollar or .e'this bank wiO b. Ik. /
Spray Pumps and Insecticides to be :- nclens, of an honorable, independent car_. S
your beginning now-today. Yw /
found: on the market. Write for catalogues. Kissimmee f la. Tampa fla.OOOOOO bank book will pare the way. -'

T.t; ry: give description arrd prices, also rcceipes OOO OOOOOOOOo.tOOOOOOOOO'OO. 4.0000 .OOO Oc

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for sprays.. .. State Bank:

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; ' paragraph from a letter by Miii |1)(.' Murphy. County ,Judge In and, for. Twentyfive; Shares.' trict for two'years next" after the elec
,Proceedings of. said county at his office In Klsslmme C. A. .Car.on., K'.lmmee, Florida.;:, tion. and to fix the number of mills of
Edyth Baintsr, Kingston, and secretary In said county, at 10 ,o'clock ss* m., or Twenty-five-- Shape. district school tax to bo levied and eol. I Sere<<:( flames Choice' farms
Ik of the East 'Cent.ral district: as soontheresfter ss the matter can Ida.Arthur, B. flonejafl. 3clsslnunee.! Flo"" lee ted annually for the said two years ,
b* heard for authority to sell, at public Twenty.flve Shares. The
following are appointed to act
the' School Board "I teach In the public\ schools, first or private sale, the following' described Dwent.flv B. L. 1."ISb, Klssjinmee! ,, Florida at said. election LVan.t( Lots and Acreage
real estate" In said county. to- r. Whlttler-Wallace Phillips, a. H..Fe.1. ,-
trade morning: and 'then art. in the wlt. : - a. F. Icribba. Kisslmm,. Florida,, .tlc . B. Tumblln. Inspectors;, A. B! ,
l" with NWU, 8M of NEKV L:8J!='', NEI( Twenty-five shares tiasa. clerkWhite ,. , MRS. SUMMERS
other grade, many school things of. 8K<,Z and SW* oY aebtV.n s.if; NE" 'N WITNESS WHEREOF the said Leaf Buy-R. E. Willis O. W.

Klselmmee, Flo., June B, **Ie.t to dp outside of school hours. I havo of til and NKi4 all of of section fractional 1>:j section all -r> section 11. all subscribers hands and have seals hereunto and subscribed Bet their re- Edrls fertlo;, clerk.B. H. Guy Inspectors ;. JI'. 'M. 608 PcnfleM St., S.IIu1mmeeTHERIDAtkTALPTIODUCISCa:;

. The Board et Publlo Instruction met my: Sabbath pchool class and alt that In township 29 south range 19 east spectively for the shares of stock of Don by order of the Board of Public
In regular .suasion, there being present except certain small tract. which have said Corporation In the amount above Instruction. Otceola County, Florida
i. i. 37 .mbra el. Am still president 'of the been sold inJ exact description: of mntlond. thla the 14th day of June, this the list day of May A. D. 1911.
W. C. BassChairman S. Strattonand
; C E. society besides which b* obtained at this time. A. IJ. 1911. W. G. I3AA. Chairman.:
Walter Rronson; also C. B. ,To- ; my district sec The above described tracts of lapd (jlp"'l) 'C. \v. VTABn. Attest: C. B. TOWKLL. .
well Superintendent. retary' work. Now you sen why Ido are platted Into town 1 lots and five acre (Seal) JOHN M. LEE S4-5t Superintendent.IBCIAL '
:I\dnut. of the lost meeting; ,were tracts and known as Thurman City (Seal), C. A. CARSON. l MANUFACTURE
'read and approved. 8. U. L pt..rr' not write, oftener." Miss Bainter I II Which' application will be based upon (Seal) ARTHUR 11.! DONBOAN. -
County Treasurer, reported a. .fal: splendid the petition for such sale now on (Seal) E. I.. LESLET MASTER'S! SALe..
low.: a district secretary; .having die In said Court. (Seal) a. F. K IBBS. METAL

To the Honorable Board of Ptibllo natural talent for report making most Dated. thla UtI" day of...June A. D. Under and ky virtue of a'ecree
Instruction In and for O.ceola County 1 Staled Fl...... made by the Hon. Jas. W. CEILINGSCULVERTS.5HINGLE5
I herewith tender my report as Treasurer of us do not have. U-It JOHN< 8 CADEt., Co. ty of OsrooJa. Perkins Judge of the circuit Court offoreclosure
of Oscrola County for the monthof Administrator wittj- Will Annexed. Before me. a Notary Public In atilt Oaceola (County Florida In a case 'In t
M 'y. A. D. 1911. for the State of Florida personally Chancery wherein Laura B. O' Is
.-. w Urarral Mrhool F.... Miss Nell. Steele: president of the appeared C W. Ward John M. Lent complainant and George R. Green. and'
ITalance from Jan report$867 48 NOTICE or INTENTION TO APPLY E.1yCa.:3niJ Donegran E. U his wife L. F, Green are defendants, AND OTHER
: .hrftb
/I mt. reo'd from Compt F. B.! C. -j Springfield Presbyterians In Jacksonville FOR ; ; ; well icnown> adjudKlnv to ha due to complainant the ;
railway _n_ .________:. 1116 J7 L.KTTICIS OKINCORPORATION.Notice to me and known to be the persons sum of "50.14 by the said defendant; II SHEET METAL
.Amt. reti'J from Compt. Xj. is spending a while at Pablo t' who signed the foregoing; proposed I have taken charge of and will .,

L.. railway. _____._-_________ 171 26 Beach and meanwhile tryincto keep l hereby given that we will Charter, and who being; I ; aeverally pose for sale In front of the CourtHouse : BUILDING
.Amt recd: from Com pt. one apply to 0hh o 'hn'trrJ"Uls: ; ar. of swam according; to law each for him door In Klsslmmee Osceolal I "
mill school tax _____ (48 96 the society going by corres ond n ,". Florida 7 U. self. ,s a ys that he alg-ned the sam, arid County Florld'd: during the legal hoursof MATERIAL ".
... .Amt. rec'd from C. "E.! Tawell.. 1916. for Letters Patent upon the following that they executed tho same for the sale, the Ird day July, WMTCroncA TODAY ANI) SPttMt ,
dlploman n.h. 11 17 Miss Nell is very gritty, and she will proposed Charter and Articlesof purpose therein expressed. 191*. .oo the. highest bidder o-.r: ca. : ,;,
Amt. rec'cl from lPI4poIIt&j: 144 00 Incorporation copy of which I Is WITNESS my Hand and Official' Real the following; described real estate In QUOTATIONS/
Amt. reed from 1916- poll tax 160 00 probably of that excellent now on file with Secretary of Statefor at Klsalmmee, In the County of Oacu- Osaeola county Florida. towlt; Beginning JACKSONVILLE:. . .. .t LA- ,
> mt, rfe'd from C. I* Bandy quality before she gets back into the the State of Florida ola and State of Florida this 14th day at the. northeast corner of loteighty ;

taicea '... -n____________ 1254 69 C W. WARD. of June A. D. 111' (80) of the Florida Land and
city again. Look her up if in Pablo ARTHUR M DONEOAN. W. :T. STEED Improvement Company's Addition to the

Total . .u. ., ________.U8.nt 43TBy Beach she C. A. CARSON, Notary Public of the State of Florida. City of Klsslmme. and run south 42 '
paid l warrants aepcr Hat 3180 Ex says.A K. L,. LESLKT. My Commission expires September11th feet; west 19 feet: north 41 feet and Joe E Johnston :
JOHN M. LKH 1 11/19. east tt9* feet to the point of. bentn-I .

By balnnrp __ _________.$18.480 III 0. F. KRIBBS (Official' Seal.) nlngr.rI'urchaser
Suh-Nrkool" nlstrlrt N.. 1. very welcome communication recently The following Articles of Incorporation KH1HHS. & STEED. Attorneya to pay for. deed ,
To hal from last report______$ 807 ,5 came from Mr. S. W. shall constitute and become Its %6ttNOTIC'TO Z. BASS '
'.A mt. recd from tax collector.taxcn King, Charter uppn lawful 'Issuance of Letters Special Master In Chancery. CITY ENGINEERS
42. 68 new president of the" Stewart Society Patent: : CREDITORS O'BRYAN PLEDOER. 14-St '.
.Amt. rec'd I-'tj. Compt.AC.: : ARTICLE I. Solicitors for Complainant.V . ,
I* railway ________________ 19 95 of Southwestern District. "A good The) name of this Corporation shallbe IN OK Tina COUNTY "
$ 800 06 many years ago! writes Mr. King, Its principal place of business shall COUNTY. FIOHWA. h/I) NOTICE;: 'I'() CRRUITORS. andDrafting 7.

Tiv paJ<1 warrants a. per lIst. 785 00, "I was a C. E. president in village be In Klaalmme <>'ceola County. FlorIda -
with rrer-prlvlleKe of establlehlnv !. Hy Imhtnre _______.:-______1 18S 06 church in southern New York, at Mill- branch of/Ices In other places In the ATburssasj., I>......_.' STATE OK KI.OHIIIA.
Nnb...rkl District No. 9. and State of Florida .and :n other States To all Creditors Legatees Distribu O1CEOI.A" COUNTY.
._ Hal from met report ____nu' 121 10 port, now a new and growing and Counrtles as may l>e designated l'y tee. and all other persons having, ,'.
A nit. rel( frqm tax collector.IIIJI.M . community in sunny Florida lays Its Board of Directors claims or demands against anld: la Tf Ratale of nalsaa nraaasa.
. . 1. 41 <8 ARTICLE II, estate. of Hai"y W. Thurman deceased To all Creditors, Lewateea./ UI..trlhi
".t nit re'il from ';'n\pt. \:-il claim upon me of a similar nature togo The general nature of the business lute of Oaceola County. Florida In tees and all Persons havln' 'T1ninis"
1. railway arid. '-tel. --_un_ 60 28 about to be., conducted and transacted by this the underalKned Administrator* Of said or Demands against said Estates
doing good to all men, especially Corporation shall be a. follows: estate within two :years from the data You. and each of you. are hereby notified S.ll.litLLOCKREAL t.

I 228 06 such as arc of the household of To dig, drill. bore. quarry mine or hereof.Y and required to present any
Iy paM wnnnnts OH ocr lint, 65 00 excnvat for oil, urns And other minerals u. and each of you. are herebynotlnVd claims: and demanda which you mo'either I
faith. to acquire buy. owI. lease and and required to present 'any of you may hav against timeestate ,
I!) IIiiei--------------- $ 158 Oil hold lands, quarries mines and oil. claims or demands which. you, or of nlmn Orahnm deceased.lute I ,
Mu.-..rk..ol l>l*'ou. may have against theestate of oaceohi Cwunty Florida to theunderslKned "
Kill I from I Inm 'report. ..1. .1 623 23 Any one left your society for a new and develope the same by all the ailmlnlatratrlx of said estate .
Amt. rtf'il from tax collector. means and methods now In general u*<- IJnteil. May 19. A. n, 191(1( within one year from the date : ....................... ,
tnxcM .. 488 02 home or lengthy visit in strango sur- under like circumstances, and conditions Z8-9t JOHN 8. CADEL.IMOTIt hereof .
Amt. rec'il from- jt-Fnj.i ( or that may devised hereafterfor Dated May 22nd. A. D 10111 INSURANCE :
I". railway 824 US r odndingg ? If ao, plcase do not for- thesn purposes, to acquire buv. - --- JACKIE ANN tlKAHAM
Hu.n :
sret to tell about it that lease, let. lay. build construct operate 'K-OK KL.RLTIOV.In 2I-Dt Administratrix.NOTH .
us so we can
and maintain reservoirs. tanks.pipe .
11481 oft) Examination! of Titles
Hy raid warrants aa per Hat-- 5 00fly have prepared a welcome by nearest lines mid conduits. and to store.transjrt compliancewith: Chapter 467S.
and, Tfalrlbute oil and I Hasthenill Laws of Florida ; '
1N99. notice la hcrebvKlv R ()II" ADMINISTRATOR
b44nne.-------------t1426 OR Endeavorerers to your frisnd. The or through the same; to build.erect : "n that an election w," be held nl ( For Klaal UI_.....) .
"Muh-Nraoal. DUtrlrt !1\.. 4. Florida. Press Introduction and Sunshine construct and operaje! rcflnerlea.umn HasseiiKer. Osceola Coo .j Florid, Specialty. 1
Hill from lnt r'p..rl $2541 !MAint r. 'houses and all' other atructureo.uflnlnfta. Siiechil I Tax School Plstrict' N'o 4, in la Coart .. Coaatr Ja r.-f'I(i ...m lax collector' !\ superintendent'\ Grace A. shops. factories und estafo- Thurndiiy. July 6th A l II. IDlfl. for 4 he Florida. Osrvola Coaaty.
'tltxen _ _ llHn.nents. with all machinery powerand TorresDondence j
H U 44BHy purpose/ of determlnlnir/ who shall serve Solicited.
Townsend, in Interlochen. Please equipments: necessary or expedient aa a ....Ia"'-.. .n. .52548 JnKiiburkftol ) help her all you can in these: for the manufacture and preparation two rears next after thu ""'clln. and l Notice Is "licreby: Klven. to all whnn ,
IIHfrl4.. No. R. ways. of .the products and by-products tnT fix the number of mills of district" ,t may concern, that on the loth'day .
IOn IIIKI r...I'ort _ .S 204 31 of oil and gas; to acquire. buy. build school tax to I... levied and collected! of October, A D' 1S16. I shall applyto
Amt n. 'il 4 from tax own hire or lease, steamers motor annually for the said two 5 ears. the Honorable. M. Murphy.. Judge Robert Riedel' Co.
u 14 !>6Ami Arc you bound for Atlanta ? The* beats barKes.. tanks and tank cars an.1olh..r.v..hlrl. Th foIlowhiK aro t.ppulnt fo a..tat of said Court as Judge of t'robat.for
r. .-.i] I mm. (-.impt A P .. and receptacles for the said election : Administratorof
date is July 13-16 and round fare my discharge aa NOVELTY WORKS
1. rallvni' .iiul tel 1 - 33 72 transportation, and tonvcjance of oil. W l K I'nderhlll, A I. Thompson. R L th':. estate of Shadrlck M CITandlerdeceased
-- three rents per mile, plus 35 cents' gas ami their producta. minerals liquids Pearte Inspectors; ; W. H Walker, clerk, : end that at the same time I House Bills a Specialty All litirior FliisJhWimJow
T.lulli; ,,, .. _ u 252 4400..h4r.oI ) and mocable properties to sell.. 1)4,00 liy order of the Hoard of Public will present t* said Court my final accounts -
"' niotrlpt >o. A. Write Mr. I). B. Curry, state president 1* nne. sub-lease or otherwise dlspos Insti'uctfon. Osceola County Florida. ns Administrator of said estate and Door Fnun. Window :

Tn lial I fmm met report .$ 125 32 if you arc going and or any'or all the foregoing; propertiesand this the 31st day of Ma ', A. I) 1910W. and ask for their and Door 5cr.._ 1
Amt rf'< '"il from tax collector.IHXCM acquirements to the best advantageand C, MASS Chairman. Dated April Ird. ft
_ .- 11 70 to do it with .!he. rest of the Florida benefit of this Corporation ; to. Attest : C. E. YOWELL, W. W. CHANDLER Thone: Shop 216; Residence 2)7Darlington '
own buy acquire. sell. exchanR.pledge 2l-6t Superintendent 18-1am06mo Administrator ATC, Near Freight De.. ;
$ 131 4)2Ity folks. "More the merrier. mortK.iKc. assign transfer ,

paid ,,,, rrn ,,',, an per Hal. 2 f.OT A. TOWNSEND.The deal and trade. In boilers engines. cas "
ing. tubing I piping and nil kinds ) foil OTIR or Ki.Kt-riov. '

!\ ".lIn".'" '_ .S 134 B2VnrrnntH well aunpllea. :nttlngfi. attachmentsanti '
'. were n-xftmlne and canlied I general hardware and In all kindsof In compliance: : with Chapter 4678. [ ALAN J. MacDONOUGH DR. J. A. TROVILLON' ;.
..., in open sfllon an. follows road arch, marking the boundary goods Wares and merchandise Laws of Florida 1899, notice t .Is herebyau in
.. 4 1. ii. rnl H luxil fun.l $31 "0 52 and In all kinds olsupplies ell that an election will be he4d at ArchitectAND Specialist
Hll) v,.-IN, approved. jind warrant' "between St. Johns and Duval : I explosives, chemicals, tools Center Turk. Oaceolu CoulltYN Florida. Registered CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS' ,
machinery mid appliances SiiiMlul I Tax School' 5. ,
necessarv un '
iMNIleil follows : Cure them without
.. F Y"II H" ..lI. Kill, Slip! $I2SW 00 counties, has been completed On the or' .,.., m' In m to the operations andb'IHlliIIHs Thursday, July 11th. tl I tr- r1H.Tnr tilepurpose cutting ..
u - ENGINEER .hem fjo
__ of thlaCorporation. to auh- or determining who shall ae..v.. out. :
< HIIHH Mil"I I' I 4 00 Duval side it bears the words Welcome .
.1 ,M strittim* M n !PI.I I"Walt _ n a SO s'r'b' fir. purchase. ".-. ...1h..III for as B,hool trustees ,of said district for BKONSON BLDG. KISSIMMHE. KLA. ORLANDOFLORIDA jt
r UroriHO-i. M H P IJIIXK 6 00firt ) to St. Johns County." On the tn\ )- '.rnt or sell exchange. or mak two >years next after the election and t-8mo.o .
Alliin.i,, Smith. aer\lcen advii ",' .'ii. lit, upon th. stocks or bUuatlotiN to fix the number of mills of district 0 I I ..,
. ." 1 00 St Johns side the words "Glad to of ',,tl'r corporations' .' mpnnles school tax to l>e levied and collected

O n Woodall. jnnltor ...h. L. 40 nfl have you come again." or Individuals, and while betnrf annually for the said two years. .:
U l I. Hrll) M ....r MOh. 1f ._ n 25 <.0 the holder of such stocks honritjir The following are appointed to act at C. F. THRASHER '
W epulv, janitor nch 18. 27 00It ) . - - - - - - . . < ;\'I' ten II on a to ha\ e and exercise nil the said election: _
M KMinx, t. It. her ....h. 1 . 225 dflW ) I -.UIIIIIlIIIIIIIIISlUIIIIt MKhta 1 : and prl\I lieges of ownership. Including J. A. Hnrkley David Bnss C. S. Par- SHEEJ METAL WORKER
N HnrrlK I. eeh-r ach, 1 100 00'' : votingpowers. therewith to tin. Inspectors; J. E, Sharp clerkl When u
for ni. promote assist and ftnsnMaliv l"oie by order of the Board of Public, buy
MIHH) Almenla I.ttner. teaehr.sehorI I Mtal Rooft Put on and ;:
I 1 _ _ . 90 (It) I Legal establish companies partnershlpa. syndicates Instruction Osceola Count. Florida. -
Mica Clara Ledbetter teachercho'O and associations I for business I this list day of Mny.. 1910. Gqarmntd
1 "B <>nIU ) purposes, whenever In the judgmentof W_ t Chairman. BREADIAsk
Advertisements Its directors It la deemed wlae. Attest: C. E. YOWELU PHONE I4.-K ICISSIMM E. PEA
> leonine Clark. same 75 noMen. 1 I:: :i iA.N : proper 2l-6t 1
K, C Kdwarda. same a5 Of) profitable or necessary for the Interest Superintendent. -
I'ffse Ktbel I < .same H 00Ml.a of the business purposes of thisCorporation ..1'DLW.WCARSOY
: Lola IL,i I' -- :} 00 p iiuiuiii Ii II ; and to. do any and all -
. fJtiaa other ,acts and andto have and NOT1CH TO CREDITORS.IN .
51la Mlln. Relchart. same JJ ORD'IN..UICe.. thlng.1 for the BEST -
CleoWooJrldgre.. same .... '<66 Ofllr ) exercise any other powerswhich ( 3
> .. C. Bryan same ... <65 (lei may b* necessary convenientor THR! COHHT' OK'THR! COUNTY '
f. -1J. Be It Ordl. by the r...rll .f .he i
}Mlp Harriet Wilcox, same ...,_ <65 Of) Cltr *f K...Jaaa.e.l addition expedient to the In businesses connection hereinbefore with or In VUUUK.08CKOL.A HTATN COVKITV.OK FLORIDA... W. take it Every Gr lIthe MrrtleITobbltt.. aame .. *J 4141
_frI, Mla:Celia Overatreet. aame .-, 66 00 Section 1., Tbat any Arm or specified wbclh a natural person or a !. .* Estate of ElbridB-e Llbbr. :.
Mian Louise Thomaaon same.. atl) OOMta ) corporation keeping or maintaining corporation of this character mar lawfully To all Creditors LeKateas, Distributeesand I Office over Pilley: Builder '
M. C, Brvan. aame <60 OCJ urface cloaela and privies used for : do and exercise, and to do any all Persons having Claims or Demands 0. K. BAKERY Office Hovra I IS
ottle L.awler came 63 f.oM'IIB I the deposit of human excreta within and all of the bualnoases and things against said Estate: Office
lOts.' M, lora Ruaaeil. aame- 60 no the corporate limit of the City of mentioned either alone or In combination Yo%. and each of you. are hereby notified 'Phone 111 RealfleBee'Pk M H '
Mia Ruth< Clark camp _HMlaa 04\ "Klualmmve, Florida which are not fly. with other corporatlone.. companies and required to present any claims I E. A. NIEHETER, Gas A4mlnlatere4 Bxtraetlea .(
JCmma. 'Towell same- 75 (0 proof In construction and In conform- or Individual.; to contract and b. and demands which you. or either of TeethCEO.
Mlaa LillIan Hale 65 41411 It:y with plan. approved fcy the Chairman contracted with sue and be sued In Its you mahave against the estate of El- MitcJkeOStrMt
Mlaa T.iicy Wltheranoon- 51In of the Sanitary Committee shall corporate and to have and use bridge Llbby. deceased late of Osce-ola

K M nor....-,. aal thr ....h.-16. 126 00 upon proof of guilt and conviction he a -...r.a"8al. County Florida to the undersigned Executrix I
HllHB Cora L Main acme Rn noN ) punished by a fine not exceeding five ARTICLE III of said estate within two years
<' ('Ar"... aame 75 00 dollar* or Imprlaonment at hard labor The amount of authorised Capital from the date hereof.Dated f. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW
Mia Kthel MIllB. aame "6 no) In the City Calabooan for a period Stock ahall be Twelve Thousand May lit h. A D 1916ETHEL '.

>IH I qurn, Rme -_ _"5 4)4)1) of hot morn than ten daya ( $1200000)/ Hollars to be divided FARR. i
])IIH. Katherine !Rhadoan.' - uu aame_ _5.h. i iMrn Read a flrat and aerond lime by .. Hundred ((1ZCO) Mhar..... of the t-" Executrlr
K M Iior- some 415 (0"Atlnn I unanlnroua consent and unanirnmi8lJassid \' par v.10.of Ten (tin on) Dollars NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION". Collection and Conveyance.Special .
r;>Ttru<1e MHIa dame .nu. R5 nnUTiK I In open aeftnUin Ibis 6th day of .each which when Issued shsll be full M. TILLER : !
ftin\ rioolltlle.$ same *S (4.0 A. I.> 1V16.J paid and non-aaseasable.. o._ *awa< of taw lalerlor. 1'. H. l.aad ties
JIII..M I Irle Ollv. r dame . -' B5 00 W THOMPI'ION.Pr..ld..nt All subscriptions for stock "hall bo Offl..,> at ialsenrllle.. Florida.
M..II"p" Iloberaon enl thr ....h. of the Council. :) for In lawful money In properfv. Immr 17. 1HIS. Real Estate i 11* 1-1 Broadwa
25. 9 15 75Mrx Attest ..1R.. OIL J.RT. Clerk, labor or services at a juat valuation to .
Ruiilce dnya fl4-her1eon.; -sal Approved bv the Mayor the 7th be fixed by the Board of Directors at Serial NasBbr OIO7O3. ..
teacher :? dava _ 7 Rft day of June. A. 1) 111B 'u a meeting called for that purpose andthe -
:Mrs M F tread 6S 62 tors as to the value of such property of Lokosee, Florida. who
S I. I.npfer com unlIIay
H :
S,. L Luf.-r 1..lrAma-Pal-. UUAHUIARTS JNOTJtK TO SELL HKAI, labor or services I In the absence .1 24 1912 made Ilomeatead Entry Houses rented. T. M. RIVERS. M. D.

ternon note - _- -- 2 "" 14N'l' tIE.I. fraud shall be conclusive upon all The No. OI070Z for NW% of NE' Section Taxes paid and Title verified *
KlfMlmmee Tel Co u 1 00 parties. 2H. Township 31 Houth Range 34 EaSt, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
: Valley. flnaotte. printing 2St. on . Cloud Tribune pclntlny __ 2 *J ot Fl....... ()..... C'oumlr. be Isaued and paid for at such times of tnt'''ntloti to 'make Three-year Proof Office over Oaceola PharmacyPhone
"IIn" '. Hunk tot ,.n Nn. 788 1 mo 28 67 and upon such terms and condltlona to establish, claim to the land above Fire. Life and Accident In- Residence IS
C F.. Yowell. frt and repalra on I.N Rvtate of tieorirv A.|IMO>M Reeve as the Hoard of Directors may determine dt-scrlbed, before Clerk of Circuit I Office 141.
typewriter - 10 18 :tI la hereby given to all whomIt or may be fixed hereafter In the Court at Kiaaimmee, Florida. on the surance. .
1)14.J..n' Caldwell. decoratlnKachool may conc..rn.,. that Norman 1. Ma.onand by-lawa. 3rd day of AUKUSI. 1918 1 Bond '
Nn 1 .- 25 00 Harry E. ..Salmon a. guardians of ARTICLE IV Claimant names aa witnesses: Indemnity .
C W Toland. tuning piano the estate and person of Ueorfre Hal- uaTII.a Corporation shall I exist perpet Robert K Willis I of Lokoseo. Florida.George O. F. KRIBBS W. STUD
M..h. ) 10 00 :mon Heeves. aA.o'i'9 will on the 17th have-succession-by its Corporate W. Fertlc, .of Lokosee. Flor . . .0. .. . . . ........ .
Bunkr'f.V'acbool I 7 19 apply to the name perpetuiUly.Ita ida.
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Stntu Bank frt .ch. 22. B 8n. Honorabl.fl.. M. Murphy. County Judge ARTICLE V.: John B Owens of Lokosee, Florida. KRIBBS A: STEED
No. I 7 II In and for said county5 at hla office business shall be conducted by Jerry M. of .Lokosee. Florida. ,
Union Sch -FurnUhlna-.. fJbrarlea In Klaalmmee.1 ; In said county, at 10 a Treasurer President Vice Hoard President of Directors, Secretary DIJnin: W. DAVIS t..O.O...4'.4. .S I S IS S I S S IS ATTORNEYS AT LAW .1'
No.5 $I2 ) 25: NIU.. o'clock a. m.. or aa Boon thereafter aa and consisting I7-6t RegisterNOTICE .
a 8T the matter heard for authority of not less than five membersnor
28 No. 18. $12026.
>. No. ; 2 880 76W.nn.rIiiwycr to sell at r.lree; or private! aale the more than thirteen members, andsuch TO CREDITORS.IN Legal business of all kind ctna
Co.. Dictionary Interest of said minor In and'to thefollowing officers and agents as may be appointed tttentloa.Otfleea !
prompt .
RRT.8 ___"_____ -_- i 'I described real estate. In said or selected from time to timeas COURT OS* THE COUNTY JUIM3R.! JIC.W. GRIFFINStaple
fltat Bank "frt. .ch i$r"M 8. county to-wlt I : the Board of Directors may deter STAIR oKytcmnA.OACKOL.A 11 and IS State Bank: Dl4..
j>. 4 10 Beginning at the north corner of lot mine. The offices of the Secretary and COUNTY. Kiaaimmee, Florida
Union "--------------------I' (. block 11. of the South Florida Rail- Treasurer may be held by one and the I. .. Rstait" .< ......... E. Koeb siesffV -
brary 07 road Com pan,.'. survey of the Townof same person The Board of Directorsshall and FancyGROCERIF4
-- :
be elected by the. Stockholders at ; ;
Co. I run thence south T all-Credltora. Legatees Distributees
Union School Furnishing :,
library ach 7. B S. D. 5- 118 J7 47 ;: ;'am.fln.f thence south their annual meeting on the second and all Person or
Plate.. Bank frt ach 7 ----- 7 4S decrees west 76 feet thence north' Tuesday In January of each year beginning .- Demands against .:.'JIrr.ta7e; Pat Jeknatoa O. P. GescoM
State flank 1 mo. Int. on Pat- 47 degrees west 67 fee.t. thence north : ; 'In the year 1917. The numberof You and each of you are hereby notified -
.1 11 4X degrees east 76 feet to the point ofbeirlnnlna the Directors so elected shall be1 and required to present any claim JOHNSTON IL CAIRE1TATtORNEYATLAW
The'r'e'1 benanVYaVtVeVViarn." ..-. before ;. fixed In the by-I_.. and the and thePre.ld..nt and demand which you. or either of
the Board.. the Board" adjourned Which application' will he baaed upon and Vice President shall be yon .may hare against the estate ofMargaret .
until Jung S4th. A. $l the petition for such sale now on members of the Board of Directors 12. Kochenderfer, deceased,
W. ('. 1ft1J ChAirman. file In said Court. regularly the elected.Board of Until Directors otherwiseprovided shall late of Osceola County. Florida to the Free Delivery all Part Offtcea 10. 11 and 12 CltlMMBolldinr 3...
Dated 14th June 1918NORMAN .
undersigned said
Attest C K TOWFI.U mipt. executors of estate
I. MASON. elect all the officers. managers or within two years from the date hereof. of the City

of the ttnardlan. agents and fix their compensation. Dated May J. A. D. 191$. It..m.... na.
A regular, morning operation HARRY E.! SALMON e However the stockholders at any annual HUT80N ,

in fine shape for thedy'a S4t tuardla.n.AOTICR meeting may change the numberof 1i t.AMM'M. {$N.
.put you the Board of Directors or offcers.prescribe Executor. ,
miss it feel uncomfortable the number of their election Ci'svrford ,
work. If you you OF "D"'IU"TR"Tnn. A Jarrell.
and cannot put vim into ( F.. PlBO.1 01_.......) and laws.Incorporate the same In the by- Attorneys for Executors. in.Jt .

The following named shall 3. THOMPSON
your movement For all bowel irregularities - I. Cosirt of Cmmmtr ...d... Stale .. constitute the officers and persona Board ofDirector. '
Florida ('': and conduct the business. ...tthe !NOTICH OK ADMINISTRATOR

and !. r* Estate of Charles F. .....".... S. annual Corporation election and until qualification after the first of GiBSON) F FR fliTtERInsuranec DIRECTDRJ '
strengthens regulates. -
dy. It purifies, Notice Is hereby given, to all whomIt their successors so electedC IN rotiRT OF THE COUNTY Jlin
Price 60c.. Sold by O-ceola may concern, that on the 1st day ofOect'tnher. 'l.'. WARD. President.JNO STATE OK KI.OHIUA.. OSCICOLACOIN'IT. .
A. n 1916 I ahall apply to M LKR. Vice-president\
\ la re Rstate of Hoslella Pearsoa.Notice UCENSEDEMBALMERStore
"Pharmacy. the Honorable T< M Murphy. JuIgtof Q F. KRIRR8, Secretary and Treasurer. -
I said. Court. as Judge of l'r<>liHti>. for "c"et.r..llt':; e to all whom .
my final discharge aa AdmlnlstrHt The Board" of Directors shall consist It may o on the 10th day of and Chapel, Stewart .
of the estate qf Charles F rTevHtT r.deceased September, A. D. UK. I a to .
of: C. W Ward John M Lee. V\
and that at the mime time I the Honorable; T. M. Murphy. of
; .
A. McCool SrC.. A. Carson Arthur Fla.W.
will present to said Court my final I accounts K.: Donegan ,K.; L. Lesley and O. K said Court. aa Judge of Probate for my that Insures
1 1 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR I a* administratrix! of said estate. Krlbhs.Within. Anal discharge as Administrator of theestate ;
and aak for their approval a reasonable time after the of Roslella Pearson deceased ;
ated. June IMh A. D 1D1A, granting of this Charter the stockholders and that at the. same time I will present B. Crawford Lee Jarrell
.,. SARAH A. I'REVATT. ... to said Court my final accountsss
shall hold a meeting adopt
Protection Protects!
ratrli. Administrator of said and
31-1amolmo Ailmlnlst suitable bx'laws.1 1I'hlclm"y be re ask for their aproval. estate CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEY5ATLAW

,Miss Beulah Jloney., secretary for pealed, or amended aa provided there- Dated March 8th. A.: D 191$. ,. '

.lS uth-Central district-lives'In Orlando VI. A. B! DROUOHT.
11-oamemo. .
member of the StEAL ESTATE. 'h. highest amount of Indebtedness Administrator.NOTICH1 Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizen
is ,
. and an actiya or liability to which this cororatlon 1-4" Bank BuildingKissimmee '
, ProsbyUrian society. Shr commenced tm C_rt of Co..ty, 4.t.o> o 8 can subject Itself Is One Hundred Of ELECTION. ,
";, Fl."' ''. Oseselai (! Thousand Dollars. ""'; ,
'i't"h Florid
soon after the district convention ARTICLE VII. In compliance Chapter 4 for the 4e." Harry W. "---. The names and residence of the subScribing Laws at Florida. 1599. aotlce to herebyriven DAKIN AVENUEKISSIMMEE .
t I in Kiaslmme to plan ) one ; = stockholders that an election will be held at .

'"'' coming' this fall at St Cloud. Th* .', otlco Is hereby gIven to/ all whom the number of shares- "bt'aut'bI.ed 'ti V velioo house and at th* WbitLeaf' FLORIDA
,. It may eoncern. that Joha 8. Cadel, as Capital Stock subscribed for by; Bay := hoas' *. Oooola. county, LEWD OTBRTANATTORNETATLAW.
: the wayto do thine Inlskrator with will annexed, of each are a* follow: Florida. In lal Tax School District ,
the ..tat* of Harry"W Thurman. d.- C. 'W.. Ward. Klsslrame. flerlda. No. '. on Thursday July 6th A. D. 193$. ,
i. eg.d? will on the list day "* July, Tw.ntShar.... for the purpsee.f ,determlnlna; who I ."

:=J'f'i:,''t-bd'. 'just... listen'-.0.1 to.-. this ,p.noiial rL A. A/nu, sly' to the, Honorable T.d' . John tti I : Le*. Klsslmme*. Florida.pal sha3 _rye ,. school )rut.. of said dis

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, ; A good program has been arranged for the Celebration .and there will be Music by the; Kissimmee Band, BaseBall 4'

, \ Game between "Old Maids" and "Old BaclieJLprs," Speaking, Field Sports," Industrial and Fantastic Street

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| the same flag which liy every i weep I lady Sundafc-night; ', June 18th. These I enniark last year produced! 110-(), A. i-, : ,\\11 '\.uNO: u IJ HAHHICH, "v;
pin i h.iHi i I. .r Tux CertlflCHlvH Nos HO
KISSIMMEE SENDS Iof! its waving fold culls you to du''y LAWS PLANNED TOi boys, together with three others, were 00,000) pounds of oleomargarine.i : .,.,ud, | 111 '' :;, (! iliiy ill July A It 'j'
1'ilJ] ) Nun; I"-,. 18 .
i 17. $ and I 191 d. tfd (
tads}'. baptized in the pool rt the FII st Baptist I 1 tat iln> ,.r, .lull/ \. I). ]1912. and NOM.2Mi. .
TROOPS TO BLACK POINT Tht-ir swoid may )have Ira'-h'd COMBAT churchVednesday: morning in the In a recent, efTici"ncy :auto run. ;Miss ". :'Vi: il.I _",_'. 294, 295. 2.96, 287. Las!. .,'
i LIQUOR Eva Cunningham!> of ]l1'l''Io: :, 2"( '!', .in": uI.I I"J. 303. SOI. 806. HOT, ;
against each other in later yearas presence of a good congregation. At ;t,,,. .i.i ::1. ;::1 II I. : : 314. "/
(Continued from Page One( ) I' '''took t first pi izc in the contest with d.'Id,, nil' 1, Vl., v .,.,'l I July A.'u'lA"l IIHV., i
each God nave him to see th IUd I Mali! C. ,
iillc.itrk In
home I r office! and 't
at were my
hours of the troops ,. '
.. ./ .,right; hut that i is of the par todayone gluing the\ Attorney General of the church us full and ..regular/: member eighty men (compQlitoi hm, ,' inaili-, .'ii-| |On,.. atloii for Tax hard |o ' 4
themselves. I H"t! a..I.l ""<' til lawS.i .
spent in hastily fitting flag, one couptry} and AmtjniMii. 1 !Stalo.power to enforce the Davi* In the presence of a full hou,'.< weeping >oi ic i:. 'hi r'" I till'1, iili'f. finbrHCc, the follow. J

Th work of uniforming: the boys was all. i I Package'' Law and l other liquor laws ,relatives and friends l gave the ,! 7'1)lonnl!! ,, nl,I Cininlv "I'nnla-"n-,, : "'inu II"I, des. i ,ii I>i, ii, ,Lund,.I.l Count Ivlnu) IITKI, "Statiof. IH-IIIK . ,

car.-ied out, 'however, with military (;lood bye, boys, may God! bk-M:" and, and pl"Q\ ding finds for detective ser parting hand to those young men, FO.suddenly I,1. "r "." ,.1" I'uual'" '. ,)SST, *1.1 0 IIIstl 1-1.,1." ., ti-11 h it '). .
I its .in iUli| 1,i/Jiiu l">/.,,tld .it .thi'ttin l.i-ilx I''1 1 112 I I 12. I 16, y1 I. 0. lit, 26.
, precision and all was in rcailinqj-.s:, two i keep you is the heartfelt wish of the vice. called away. The prayeis" XI M'uiilm, U......tlnr.I, ,lnl\' H-tli I 1'l.; An:;. ..L'i: v. ;r:i 54: 6'L. 6 e ;
;'v bcfor.2 train time. I BLUE AND) THE Y. "This I believe will )be the maia; tl with for, l1)- piirposiof nlunbzinK| Inth, Millil 7'I J, 4'a, ,4 df i, HH..71'iJI74ilr'la ,1
hours' GilA 'I of the people down >:re go" \ |p. rr"1,1, I I Ifll'l t> .ml I 1266.f'; ih ,s. ,ifllnVle i...m'd and In- !
\ !Seventy-two mn of the seventy- I features of the program of temperance them. The Lord is doing' great J" ;I. i n\'I'Tu! >''TIJ'I'T.: \ <-attn,' nl I'onlh.ui' > KullUlvlxlon of i
I 7-'ll, < '!1"ill" for, f iil 11,,.,1,1 S. 1-11n -l I, Ti>u n"hli| 27 1 South, K.IIIKU I a
neve enlisted here were on the train tEWISlWAiTWILLBE forces in the legislature of 1\1! ]17.; things for u's in Kissimmee and weare -- -- 31 KuHtTh t .
II. M. : "NOTH,: <>... 41'1'1.114'1'10\ '1'4\ .- alol| | latiilH h.'tii < nM4f4s<><] In tin*
it station. As it \ d
h when left the Capt. I said in the beginning is early glad. If we mistake not Bro. }
I IIKIOD: "'MUCH .vii-ii; : \ r.74 M'rvri ) IIIIMI-' nt I < ii I! hut I Ices IM. :<-
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y a : Kntz arid First Lieutenant Lee Jar- i I yet to nTake a definite forecast, but Falls will make tracks' in Kissimmee I era.IIH: 41. .. Tft: UK '1.11 F: man: : \\ II |'IM lxr l and' : Unknown. ; at'the ;(
) K'r A'IE: fll"' K1.OHIII4. dale i.r Unuanrc of > std ( <'!1 iflcaCH( .
. 1 rell accompanied the men, while Second PATRIOTIC ORATOR the outstanding evils) needing correc- 1 never to be erased. I "'/lIo'HM Hlliol| i.iilncaii-H Hhnll. M
; W. J. Steed I left here NoTli'K' ' : IS' HKllKUIt! :: ql .I'S TII\T lli rand ,aci.itllltm to lI Lieutenant was tion are covered and legislation ,. .
I .\ \VM.\I.KV: .Nil' M, II It \ KKKII.purrhiiHi will IHHII' Ito "" mi for :KMIi, di . y behind as a recruiting officer. This similar to this is certain to be brought : rM nf Tuxi rl IIH-ati-n Now 143 Jul> ..t H 'I lUlfiV1TNKSS ..
? Lewis of EVANS GIVES MEDAL dated! | | tul: Guarjt cir- Attorney O'Bryan, Kis '
is the custom National before the legislature. nn.l lag! of company simmee, will be the Fourth of July 1t> 1KI2 ,mid No* 3lfi. .117 31 v :32" 321. JUl"1 l 1 1916 4
cles. full war strength a -
y The and :<2T. dated 7l-h . ; is 160 and the minimu'tii war orator athe, big celebration to l bee I TO LOCAL GUN CLUB hats filed sold I'ertlflrule.; in inofYlc'c \ i'li-lk, flu tilt "Court l > Cuu\,ily. 1, ,
r O'BERRY TRADES FOR and lia\ tiiH4ltH' piillnit' 'Ion for 2"-M State of I'-lorlil.t
held at St- Cloud. Mr. O'Bryan has :
strength Is 106. Until this reached I Tax fired If, :lnnu, In i'rorilaTUto I law : :
T. H. Evans the
f the second lieutenant remains at the won a well-deserved reputation as a Orlandjewgler, Said (VrtlnrHtcM embrace the r..lI..wIt'H'rll..d !al/'I'l/ M'Ot2
who won the state champlo.iRhrp at InK l iHllil. I IxliiK and |I.-|InK HI"i
a home of the company recruiting men. silver-tongued. orator and on the few BIG MISSOURI FARMGETS : ftltuate In o".la County State "fKlorlda .
[the of the Flo IdaTeaahootera' Th Hoard '.
recent tournament to-wlt "if County noiiiinlHMloiiorH ,
occasions which he has been heard
r. ? Recruits may, however, be enlisted l.otn 21. 24. 1(13. 8. 11. 12 38. 43 and In and for O.eeola! Counts. will vilvi
S ; S from other sections or transferred has proved not only eloquence, but | Association held heVe, 121. of SeminalImnd' I and nv-Mmen Lulu I up lo III, u. m.: July luth.; IMO. tin l
1140-ACRE RANCH ALL ,has donated a medal to the Kissim- ('ompan'a SulxllvlHlnn r from other companies in order to fill likewise a deep-thinking ability as a Towimhiti 27 Houth. Uanitc 31 Kant KltiK K-| <'liil wllh 6 tarn llirK.. ,-l..lit v
UNDER FENCE AND CROSS- ;mee Gun Club. He writes PresidentM. The HaUl 'lanilK bring aHHHned jn the S542 II.... R foot 61x1,. slxelablr 1 tongue" '
the to its full strength. Privates public speaker. The people of St. for ,tractor ,... t '.
fi i company I II nnm of K II. C''r''r. L Klmoro.: :\Ir" .MHO '-hor i <'iu'ptifii' t. ,
E. Stephens as follows: N. K. Ijee and. t'nknown. at the flute of Th Hoard resort lh1' /
'.. J. M. Johnston and' W. G. IlanS -I Cloud and the visitors to the celebration : rlwht: tn accept I
, FARM SOUTHWEST OF CITYW. j "I am sending tomorrow a1 tnHuanre of HHtd certl McateHLTnler or rejert any or all IidsK. .
; kins were detailed to aid Licikenant on that ( ay are assured of a I you " tK I address. D. SNELL WILL COME HERE small medal (gold) for your weekly I deemed acrtirdlnic til the law Tax herd[ Atlml J. 1 L 'v1i R4'r LtEh.1': : ... $
SS t ; ,I Steed in e securing the needed recruits. ,splendid will ISKUI- thereon UN thi 2
NEXT WINTER.J. shoots of twenty-five birds, medal to
H. C. Avant another private, joined Great preparations are being made July. .. t .'
'f be the of club until the I \ my hand and official '" ..1 )NOTK I-: Kltlt lit JIM.!
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for-the celebration and number of your at KI."nm.I"rlo'a this 23rd
0- the yesterday. Embry Le- I a I day '- '-
company (I '
F. O'BeTTy has traded his farm last shoot before the bird season of June A H JS1C The Hoard/ of Courit\ <* Music
't' Martln another missing member, was attractions will be offered. will in Jacksonville when the call came I be furnished by trn Kissimmee band southwest of the city to W. D. Sn ll, opens and then the winner to own < 'irr! II I lt Court. OHCeola *vnitv., for HlKhwa.v' Knuim: *>>i fiit, OHCeol.tciiuHt
, a prominent attorney in'Kansas City, :'I:same. For the last shoot each man 27-f Stale of F'lorlda11'I'll > up in 111 a. m .)"Iv 1 111<1 1 1HI 16. y
''and the St. Cloud drum There ---- -----'- lilildi-rH; .
f and was ordered by telegraph to join corps.! I tii figure oniiti ct'iitaKf* and
for a farm of 1140 acres in Morgan 1 i I to start at twenty-three yards and ;> 1C OK 4 I't 1.1.. 4'1'1(1FIII 'I'4f Hillary. JiaHff the Hoard ,tcni-rvii tin.rlKht 't l.
the company at flack Point. Howard ;will be bicycle races and field;: sports, 1)1':E1): \1):11' "":."I'll514 4\l) to aiitor| ri-Jcrt nn.> in nil\
-I a base ball between the "Old county Missouri: on a basis of $7.:;,- .walk! towards the trap with gun .at I I f.TIV I.KNKII:' \.. MTATt'TKM ierlt F: I,lds. ,
had left game 4
f Mills, another members I ,,' .
1'1.: "' iI11. K I. I.KSMCY, Chairman
ono valuation. and his f
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hip pulkr use own
', the state, but will receive orders to Maids" and "Old Bachelors" and a I I' Atlo t J. I,. "VEItIlTnl: .
) The deal was made last week while pleasure when to pull 25 birds. They' XOTII'K IS IIKHKIIV:' big industrial and fantastic parade. I
!'. f: join his company. :Mr. O'Berry.was inKansas City in say this will give you practice .for i i _ HU ___..__ 'I(!
A -full lift of the membership of
company with. II. C. Seivcr, at this birds. The puller can letsome of i ..>&&&4-6-Ci e>4 e4 *>4>***>A* **4-e****++++++*+**++++++ +
the company is given in an adjoining iCATTS i STILL LEADSIN'GOVERNOR'S . $
a;;, colqmni. city, and D. G. McKay .of Orlando.Mr. them get up to-the trap houscl if he

If 1 O'Berry returned! last Friday, wants to. I have. seen this tried and -'il

S ;connection",.with .the ,departure pf RACE while Messrs, Seiver and McKay remained -> it will afford lots of, /un." Advertisements i |
the of readers'of the
J 'Y. troops one the t
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f Valley)) Gazette; hat cent tha following other real estate propositions. "W UTIONS.. . .- : : ) _

; : : OFFICIAL STAtE CANVASS TO. Kissimmec, Fla., June' 20(); '16. I>UtHtoH Ott.OO"otoO o I'
The secured by Mr
,, ; Good Bye, Boys. BEGIN 'TALLAHASSEE. ox property is in tine Whereas, it has pleased the Al- sTALLION: FOR COLT SERVICE- FOR SALE OR TnADB for bores and I .
O'Berry a farming andgrazing oL.
'. Down on the Mexican tide of the MONDAY AND EXACT FIGURES mighty to remove from our midst, by Strong, intelligent, gentle excellent wagon one 2 cy. Buick In rood '<<.
section and he to stock it -
.I'I Rio Grande, surrounjcd by the WILL THEN BE MADE.. KNOWN; expects death, our esteemed friend and brother *_ condition. Money refunded if ho condition good tires; must Mil! or
t 1, at once with'a hundred head of native trade at once.. A. M. Jones P. O. s'
w.1 treacherous foe that invaded our CATTS' LEAD IS NOW OVER R. Watson Cobb, pest-chancellor colt. 422 West Oak street. 6tf Box 221 Klsslmme 7tf
'I( Florida, cattle, which he will
'. country and butchered American citizens THIRTEENHUNDRED.. ) who has for many years occupied a I
breed; ,
) up. The land is all fenced and
t .' are little bands of Unjted I prominent rank in our midst maintaining FOR RENT-Six room modern cottage FOR SALE-Barred Plymouth Rock
.Latest returns from the office of cross-fenced and Mr. O'Berry experts close in; $12 per month. E.
: States soldiers who', for mutual encouragement under all circumstances a hens peerless strain; 1DO homer v
into the business E. Wells Real Estate and Insurance.
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ere singing- 1 Secretary of State Crawford on the there on a large scale. : character untarnished, and a reputation 104 Possiel "Ave. (The Inn), pigeons and 2 to 8 pound friers.M. ;.

"Tramp, tramp, tramp, the boys are recent primary give Sydney J. Colts I The which above reproach, therefore D. Alexander, .proprietor Peerless -

( marching a lead of 1,344 votes over W. \'. to Mr.O'Berry Snell property by the, trade passed comprises -- Resolved, that in the death of Bro. FOR SALE--Tentr 14 by 24, with" nix: : I l Fruit and Poultry Farm. 26tf ..

Cheer up comrades, they will come." Knott for Governor with three counties Cobb we have sustained the loss of a foot side walls; almost rt.w.Will
7 + 760 finegroves
'I From hundreds of little towns like Duval, Lee and Madison yet to some acres including brother whose fellowship it was an I be sold at a bargain. Address T. H.Dealer FOR SALE-A new lot of fine little V'r
and farm lands. The house
k* Kissimmee the answering'shout. rolls i be heard:! from.According the. farm recently burned. Mr. honor and a pleasure to enjoy; that 'Kissimmee Fla. 24-4tpd ranches on the market; young .. ''It,

fl back- ,I to unofficial returns on Snell is to have we bear willing testimony to his groves; shrubbery; good road. See ;*' >: ,

I '{ '''We are coming, now, our brothers, I from these counties Ca tis' lead. will I fine winter making home arrangements erected the many virtues, to his unquestioned WANTED-Position by girl in nice or address, C. E. Swope. 23-Bt .;;

t One hundred thousand strong." be cut down by returns from these I a on probity and stainless life; that we family. Write box 295 city. 26-3t M.r."
and is planning to spendhis DWELLINGS for rent to
property apply :
counties to 382 which will be his .
Whether or not you fare further majority I winters here.BETHEL offer to his bereaved family and Tiller. 't:

than the training camp every patriotic as it ispresumed that there mourning friends, over whom sorrow FOR EXCHANGE-Splendid bungalow : <

Ill ; citizen is proud of you for hav- will be little difference in the official BAPTIST CHURCH. has hung her sable mantle, our hca<-t- home well located in Kissimmee FOR SALE-Two excellent bujlding

ing promptly and fearlessly answered figures from the unofficial. felt condolence, and pray that Infinite to exchange for an improved lots, well located with delightful ,
55 ,your country's call. Secretary of State Crawford has Sunday June 25th : Bible school Goodness may bring, speedy relief to farm near town. We, also have a lakeview; east front; owned by ..i'

Perhaps soon you may join in the announced that the State Canvassing I at 10 a. m. There will be preaching their burdened hearts and inspire good nine room house and lot near : non-resident; will be Hold at a bar- .

"strains, "We are tenting tonight on Board comprising the Attorney General -' by" the pastor at 11 a. m: and 7::))0 them with the consolation that hopein the postofficg in ,LOB Angeles, Cal., gain. Nelson Realty Co -

the"old camp ground." Yes, tenting the Secretory of State and an- 'I p. m. Morning subject, "The Smooth .futurity and faith in God give even to exchange for Flprida lands improved LOST-Between Howell BaH grocery|

/ where seventy years ago Gens. Taylor other member 'of the cabinet, proba- Little Pebble that Slew the Big in the shadow of the tomb. ; house continually rented, and cemetery a bleu lined hide curtain -

and Scott camped with those lit'e bly the treasurer,, wUl meet next Mon :I Giant." Subject for the evening Resolved that a copy of these resolutions worth $8,500: We also have some for a surrey. Please loave at *

}' armies that did such big things day morning for the purpose' of officially i hour. "Excuses." Fine meetings in properly engrossed, be pre- Kansas farms; also good Indiana Makinson's hardware I More and receive "

y for their country. canvassing .vote cast in the I progress this week. Trenching! each sented to the family of' the deceased farm well improved, to deal for reward. 27-lt .

Amongst those heroes of the past primary election of June 6. Until I day at 3:30: p. m. and 7:30: p. m. by brother. Committee: Florida land, prefer Osceola coun- --- jt I

it) were Davis, Giant, Lee, McClellan, this time the nominee for Governorand Rev. O. B. Falls. Hear him tonight W. L. POULK, ty. Sec us for bargains in Florida FOR SALE-One good saddle horse .

.\ Johnston and a host of others with other offices will "not be definitely I ( Friday night). Three of our soldier LEE JARRELL homes and investments. Nelson and several fresh Jersey cows. Sa" !

good red blood in their veins under, known. boys united with us and l .one young W. J. STEED. Realty Co. W. W. Carson tf *
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