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 30, 1916
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00757
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Announcement was made by the Valley Gazette two weeks ajp

INCAMPKISSIMMEE that befinndnt October Itt the Daily Gazette would appear and I ,

J, would be continued during October, November December, January, PLANT BIG' BARBECUE HELD FIRST BLOCKS SALES OF $250 ARE WITHOUT MADE EFFORT IN- '; .,1'f

February and March. It was also' announced that if the patronage '
AND SMALLER PORTIONS 1-

. COMPANY COMFORT-.I! warranted the daily would be a year-round publication. WITERS AND .CARSON PACKING NEAR PINE ISLAND WILL NOW BE OFFERED PUBLIC .: !

ABLY FIXED AT BLACK POINT, ,': The press of Florida has welcomed-thi announcement with favor. HOUSE PURCHASED BY LOCAL BY SPECIAL CANVASSING .ie '

; WHERE TROOPS ARE BEING Some of the comments were published last week. Others follow: BRANCH OF FLORIDA CITRUS )LARGE ATTENDED CELEBRATION COMMITTEE. "

x TRAINED FOR SERVICE ON THEJ J EXCHANGE< AND WIU. BE WHICH MARKS THE
( MEXICAN BORDER IF NEEDED Announcement (ia made the most progressive and LARGELY IMPROVED BEFORE I'I OPENING' OF TIlE NEW SOUTH SUCCESS
by W. B. Harris and E. G. fastest section .
STATES.EQUIPMENTS developing I
" BY UNITED NEXT SEASON.MACHINERY. FLORIDA & GULF RAILROAD t
., Vans Agnew owners, and and it is no surprise tohear THROUGH OSCEOLA COUNTY .
E. E. Naugle managingeditor of Harris and Naugle PRAIRIE LANDS. I "

DELAYED of the Kllllfim'I i i stepping up into (the daily IS BOUGHT '' ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION

1" Valley Gazelle, that Kis- class. : CALL FOR 110.000 CAPITAL ;;
I Between 250 and 300 '
persons
'I slmmee is to have a daily In the at-I STOCK AND TEMPORARY OF. f 1
making announcement tended the big barbecue given at
paper for the months of ALTERATIONS AND EXTENSIONS FICERS ARE NAMED TO SERVE ,,1;
r the Valley Gazette'States Island at the demonstration farm of
ARMY OFFICERS DO NOT WANT October November December : PLANNED TO BUILDING AND:" | UNTIL ORGANIZATION IS PERFECTED ',
will the
they
try. experiment the Southern Colonization Comp.nyThursday.
TO SEND FLORIDA REGIMENT MODERN MECHANICAL DEVICES WHEN NEW ONES
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January. February through the win- f: :
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TO THE FRONT UNTIL., MEN arid !March. This is art WILL BE INSTALLED TOAll Crowds came by automo- WILL BE NAMED TO TAKE UP ,,
ter months. We
prophecythat I bile and other means of transportation
ARE ALL TRAINED: AND HAVE '
advance step for Kissimi IN HANDLING TIlE CROPOF ACTIVE WORK. :
when the
"DailyGazette"
once from Okeechobee Whittier Ke- iy
PROPER CLOTHING AND OTHER '

FRUIT WORK ON IMPROVEMENTS -
and Is true indication -
mee
a -
in started, they nansville Bassenger, Kissimmee and
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N.CESSARIES-\fAY: BE of the growth and WILL START AT Osceola count will have a county'
will the
never return to .
II other points.A
WEEKS BEFORE TROOPS AREMOVED prosperity of Osceola ONCE. fair during the coming winter or the 1' 1
weekly da,,". Kissimmeeis
big of barbecued
n spread meat
TO DEL RIO, TEXAS. county, of which Kimimtnvv I early spring of 1917. 1"--'
1, too prollre'ssivlity to and other good things to eat were '
is" the county s'e.t.- When the 1916.1917 citrus fruit This fact was assured 'during the kb'.
slip ba'k'in her tracks after served
.', the crowd at the noon hour
The Second National
Regiment present week when the committee .
St. Augustine Record.The recently -
packing season the Kissimmee
such forward opens
taking a and there waa music and dancing
q : Guard of Florida including Company named by the Kissimmee
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Citrus Growers Association affiliated
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IIt..p. Here's wishing the f
,, B, the Kissimmce contingent, is still Kissimmee with throughout the day. Board of Trade quietly canvassed the r
Valley the Florida Citrus
"Daily Gazette" well merited Exchange,
Mayor H. R. May of Kissimmee
i ,',' camped at Black Point, the State military Gazette announces that onOctot..r success.-Raiford Tri- will he shipping fruit from its own the business men and secured subscrip- t; ,
presided over speech-making
t reservation! near Jacksonville. portion tions for stock in Fair Association "
let the a
Daily Gazette packing house. I 1
bune. __ I of the and introduced
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Several" I days and possibly weeks may will make its first The packing house formerly owned program to the amount of 4250. A temporary ; ,
Maxwell A.
Kilvert of the
| president
,* pass before the Florida troops are to be organization was then perfectedand ,f.
appearance published by the Waters & Carson Grocery I II railroad.
Presiden Kilvert madea
new
ordered to the border. When they do The Kissimmee Valley application made f6r a charter.
during the months of r'1i-
Company has been purchased by the II |
I short speech and then introduced
Ui move according to advices from Gen- (October November December Gazelle announces that on association. The consideration was I When the charter is granted by the 1\\
Dr. W. F.
I Blackman the of
5 I Funston and General October 1st it will speaker
Wood they
era appearas I State permanent officers will be l'
January. Februaryand not made public, but it is' understood
"t will be sent to Del Rio, Texas lo- March. In the the Daily Gazelle, and the. day. Dr. Blackman addressed the named and plans made for the holding I t
opinionof 'the and
large
price paid wan a one crowd the cattle industry in Flo.
" i", rated directly on the border, 150 the (;.zellf'.. Kisaimmee will be published daily that the deal was made on a strictly I ida. on of' the first annual Osceola County
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,,ftmiles west of San Antonio and 50 or has become during October. November Fair. ,
now acity big cash basii '
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, .' .BO miles northwest of Engle Pans. December January, February The day was pleasantly spent and The
r. enough to temporary officers are: C. A.
support a daily The Kissimmee Citrus Growers
t The obvious reason for the delay during that and March, after many words of praise were spoken for Carson, president; W. B. Makinson, r r
)- period of the Association'! had such a successful the (
railroad which will the
in sowing the Florida troops to the that it is up to the peopleof open great first
vice
year.-Ft. Pierce Tribune i season during its first year in the Exchange -I prairie of Osceola president; \ C. Stanford,
l bolder is that they are unequipped Klscimmee to let the country county. '
i that the need of its own pack-! : Trains second vice president; S. L. Lupfer, +
are now being operated
+ and the majority untrained. The :The Daily Gazette will manager know that they I ilhou..e was apparent when the the road' from Kenansville and Prai-over treasurer; ,A. E. Donegan,. secretary. :{
strength of the regiment is now fully want it continued as a The board
i- make its first appearance directors met to make plans for the of directors is as follow: f
( rie Ridge. The road will eventuallyrun
t y 1500 men and officers which is approximately at KisMmmee, Fla. on October daily during the remainderof ''second year. Negotiations were start- and C. A. Carson W. B. Makinaon, H. C. }
to Bassenger plans are now
0 ll 700 above peace strength. let. this As it the year by liberally I Stanford, E. L. Lesley, John M. Leo
,' year. ed both for the purchase of the:being made to extend it to Dkeecho- a;
11 i Equipment of this increase overt will be the product of the patronizing the advertising Waters & Carson property and for :bee. J. Wade Tucker, M. Katz S. L. Lup-

t::;f peace strength is lacking and urgent beat and long ..xperlenc.'ednew.p.per columns. It will pay--that other property, upon which it was | fer, Rull Bass, C. W. Ward and Ernest ,
a '" telegrams have been forwarded to the little city to see that the Mach. -
men, of course proposed to erect a new packing
ti Gen-sr- daily is continued duringthe 2000 HEAD OF CATTLE
The
r. its success is assured from house. The deal for the Waters &: \ proposed charter states ,that
) thei beginning of its publication. year aa there la no Carson property wall finally closed the officers shall serve only until permanent

t t., ;,, meat bo east a onco. The department !That the wide- better advertiser than a this. week and plansmade for exten- DIPPED IN PARTIN "VAT'The' ones are selected which''must
j. .' that it I. on.ltsJay 'neat little daily and therela '
/ replied, saying ; now awake citizens of Kisslm give alterations and extensions to\the be within thirty da1. after the 'char.

I i ;. ,' from the Philadolphia depot.. mea ,and the publicspirited ' no doubt that-the Dally present building. Plans for alterations ._ --- ter is granted. .'. . .
r:. Only' the blankets from the Jack- Gazette will bring new citizens tick''eradication -
. :. business men of the in the ,building are now being campaign in Those who subscribed for block of
' \,A aonville post, First Regiment saved city will give: the Daily and newentevprlaeu made by Architect Alan J. MacDon- 6sceola county is going ahead at a $250 worth of stock at- $10 per share

i "' ,.Jf" several hundred of the new recruits Gazette liberal and substantial to that hustling' little city. ough. rapid pace'so far as individual cattlo are as follows: Waters A: Carson

''".' : from spending an 'uncomfortable support goes with- -Lake City Index. The deal includes th present pack. owners are concerned. Just 'as soon Grocery Co., Osceola Hardware Co.,

1' night. Additional blankets from this out aaying. Those people ing house and equipment and all of as a county-wide plan is started .to State Bank of' Kissimmee, Tucker

!yr'poet were sent out as many of the down there do things when Beg ,ning October tat, the land between the house and the eliminate the tick from the open Brick Company, Carson Cattle Company i '

tv. new recnyts<<: are sleeping on straw they become interested.' -' Kiaaimmee ia to have a railroad spur track. It Is understoodthat ranges there will be a definite hope of C. W. Ward. H. C. Stanford, E. L '

I to piled up in tents. Live Oak Democrat. daily paper-the Kiuimmce the packing house will be thor- complete eradication of the tick in L. Lesley, A. E. Donegan, M. Katz '

Clfi.' Shoes 1s one of the greatest needs Valley Gazette- planking oughly renovated and that mbch new tho entire county. Rull Bass, John M. Lee, Wl: B. Mak- 9

but General Foster saya that enough Ta .K iaaimme* Valley ( I. ....thi..excellent equipment has been purchased and During ,the present week over 2000 inson Co., Citizens Bank .of Kisslmi ;

footwear for two regiments is now en Gazette announces that contribution t. the> .progress will be installed in order to make the head of cattle were dipped at the vat roes Graystone Hotel Company, Ox-.

jroute.. October tat, they will start work of the Kisaira- house conform with the up-to-date located on the ranch of Steve Par-, ceola Cattle. Company and Mach

; With the decision of the War De- a daily laaue. nee Valley. The Metrop- systems 'in use at other Exchange tin, east of the city. Mr. Partin as'' Bros.With

,_ tfpdttment; still indefinite there has The Valley Gazette lathe eJia erode its good wishes packing houses. ono of the enthusiastic supporters of' almost half of the total ClaPal ;- '

,? 'been no let up in training at Black beat weekly publicationin right .._. .Miami Me- Many new members have been taken the tick eradication idea and the Im- stock already subscribed it Is believed .., '_ ;i'

\V' 'ifolnt. The large number, of green .. the state and backed by tropolis. into the association since the provement already noted in the cattle that the entire amount will be "

''"- amen necessarily makes the work more close of the season and.a larger ma- in his section caused him to say secured within a few days after an '

.j difficult but there seems to be 'spirit jority of the fruit in this section will this week that the dipping vat was : active canvass is -begun. A committee '

prevailing' among the new men to next season be sold through the Ex- the greatest thing that has yet been composed of H. C. Stanford, Jno. 'r

learn as quickly as possible, and the discovered to aid cattle raisers.: I M. Lee and S. L. Lupfer has been Li

,', : 'result is that great headway-is being SUMMARY OF THEN WS change. The people of Shingle Cr'ek sec- named to start this canvass at once .:

; 'teen made. [ 1 I tion have arranged for the erection and subscriptions will be sought not ,

..'.. Life at Black Point is just one IN U. S.--MEXICAN CRISIS PALMETTO GRUBBINGMACHINE !Hof| a community, dipping vat and all : only in Kissimmee but in every i* r- i

..ea drill after. another. From: .the following those who contribute to the fund for tion of the county as it is intended ';.

- ,ty. dally program, an idea can he IS TESTEDThe the expense of erecting the vat and to make the fairer county-wide prop- ,
.
i .4-'f gained of the manner in which the Twenty-three negro troopers of the way toward an attempt at a peaceful miintaininir it will have the privilegeof osition. ,
Tenth Cavalry and Leon Spillsbury settlement of the whole border I I
J&t ,boys in khaki are being put through situa- its use. Wood Tyner Walter I The charter a copy of which Is "
Mormon scout, captured by the Mexicans tion.
|.V j; II their paces: palmetto grubbing machine Moseley and E.. L. D. Overstreet are I printed as a legal advertisement In f
."' .. t1 d:45: a. m., first call; 4:50: march when they ambushed a troop of made by the Florida Soil Fertility : managing the details of this dippingvat. another Column is patterned after

I '! y"this is participated in only by the U. S. cavalry at Carrizal last week, High U. S. officials have made it Company which has headquarters in that of the Tampa Fair Association.W. .::

'' '. regimental band, which marches once were brought 'to the border at El clear however, that the vital point at Baltimore Md., was given an official : p. Therein president of the Tam- ,

2 j* 'across: the parade ground) ; 5:00, rev- Paso Thursday and turned over to issue--the future attitude of Mexican test. east of 'the city this .week. A KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS pa Association, wrote C. A. Carson in

"4jS clue (which means Tall:\, out") ; 5:05 American military authorities. forces toward American troops in large number of visitors! were present I regard to the fair here as follows: i

'A assembly; 5:30 mess (breakfast); Northern Mexico engaged in guard- from various parts of the state. C. I Hon. C. A. Carson President State )
call (all those; "under the These men were released from prison L. 'Burroughs the ELECT NEW OFFICERS ')
who
x 11:00. lick ing the border and pursuing bandits brought machine Bank of Kissimmee, Kissimmee,
; 2 ''weather" report to hospital when this at Chihuahua City after President who raided American territory-remains here! for a teat had invited-a Florida.

'..;?fall;' is blown; 6:20 to 11:00 drill. ; 12 Wilson had demanded their releaseby to be settled. number of local people also. I Dear Sir:-Replying to. your letter i. '

v.( noon, mesa (dinner) ; 2 p. m. to 4:30: Carranza, head of the de facto The demonstration showed that the Friendship Lodge, No. 10, Knightsof of the 13th I am glad to know that ii
jk i
J drill; 4:50: guard mount; 4:55 pa- Mexican government, in a practical principle of the machine ,was correct, I Pythias elected officers for the Osceola county will have a fair t this r
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.,'"' fee; 6:00: mess (supper) ; 9:40) ), 'ultimatum which' meant war unless No indication as to when a diplomatic but the traction engine was gearedtoo ensuing term at the meeting held season. Mr. Allen our secretary. j i.i 'i

' : ,1/ta.too; 9:15:: call to quarter! .*; 9:30: B ch action was taken. The release reply to the demand of the high for.the cutting' engine. This I Wednesday night. The officers namedare out of the city ta I i.l for this re.... n I ",i

I : r.yaps (all light out at this call). oi the men has relieved the tension been United States. may' be expected has shoved the machine ahead too fast to as follows: am not able\ to pi cure the cha .cr. :.
visitors from Kissimmee sojmewhat) in the critical situation be- given. the /land I i Chancellor Commander-T. S. Oli
Numerous cut
-: < properly up palmetto He wilt, however return in a fews y
'and Osceola county have called on, the t teen the United States and Mexico, DEATH OF MRS. M. D. WILSON.H. further demonstration was postponed I ver. an das soon as he does jo, I will ,...her ;

T ,'% .Klaslmmee Company at Black Point bqft has further expressions" of his inten- until the new gears arrive from the Vice-Char'-ellor' E. Evans.. forward you a copy or forward e:
week. found the t' are demanded from Carranxa Prel.teM.. Gardner. x
during the They plant of the company in Baltimore. original.
before the matter will be settled. W. Boice Is in receipt of a let- ,. .
', comfortably "located. The nrranfements Master of Works--Carson Farmer. '
; -, I think It would a good plan if
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( at the camp arc well --- ter conveying the sad intelligence of SOLD 309 HEAD OF STEERS. Keeper of Records and Seals-Geo. S we would have a meeting ef the officers -
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Preparations/ war are going the death of Mrs. M. D. Wilson formerly -
?aa Hiade and the stay there is not unlike Gardner. and others inter .st.- ,ter ''svracation camping trip'for the bovs..t5ehr ahead\ rapidly and troops are being of Kissimmee which occured in About 809 Bead of two-year-ol.l- Master- of Finance-J. D. Jeffords. fairs of South Florida inj< the 'development ;

.I. ,,*It of them seem well aatla1 ed with mashed on the, border for a possible. hospital l at Charlotte N. C., where steers have been sold by the Canon Master of Exchequer-W.' B. Craw. of fairs In, this toTltoryto .

.9 ?experience. offensive movement. she was.undergoing treatment;' for Cattle Company to Lykes Brothersfor ford. outline a circuit. I think it would.

;?*',CNeW+ef the wild rumor about, the i heart.. trouble. shipment to Texas, The steers Master at_Amis-Claudo F. John prove to the mutual benefit of all to
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The United'Statea Government is Mrs Wilson moved with her hue
Klsshnimee hav .f'O"'M" Kisslmittie son.
7t; : company I are being driven to by a do this.
\-t.rie.:: All aorta of stories! ba".- ben'h'fetold i awaiting full compliance with Its) demands band, M. D.. Wilson and pa,ante, Mr. force of wen I- charge of Charles Inner Guard-W. H. Peake. We will discuss this matter in Orlando "
but all have been by the de facto authorities In and Mn.- L. E. Pat ker, to 1 lendersonvilte will Outer Guard J. S. Cadel. .
on whole cloth. Mexico. N. C., last summer, and has a .
from
d to be created Texas Saturday or.Monday; be there at the good; gcads'meeting.' ;
circle of friends Kissimmee CHURCH COMMUNION.
large
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started in unknown &
,I/tory' some Your very trnljtf, ,
mann.r', had it that Pete Savage had General Carrania's release of the who will deeply regret heruntimelydemiae. M *./ Munfcer .'.*' children Miriam W., G, BBORMN.'Pmldent. f .

t the company at Sanford en route American prisoners taken at Carrizal and Paul, left this week for.J"cJlaa- The quarterly communion"-wiU, be .. d ** x f*>.p -

": raekeenvfflsw. Bat. thj, ..tory /l1k fen-averted the probability of Imme- '. Besides her kuabandand -parentiVUaves ap lb, InX, whet they.wllI'Yl t'l'el.' administered -a*. UM ..PresbyterianchurchSunday Prather Gilbert lu.'returned from4<*;;'" G: .'.
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'' : diaie"retaliatory-. t p% .-pouibTe-* *UirM. '.mfttl'children; l t lives. Mf Monger will Jcjn them mornl f> at eleven Orlando where h* had beed'employed. ,t 1,>

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NOW BEING PAINTED tl 1
.. Mr. Sam Entrican took some of the ,I1 I i 1 --

company which own a tract of l land An -

r NEWS. AND NOTES OF TJ1 "WO DER CITY" FROM OUR OWN Heart lake out there to look at tits: No matter how much of a s'tr'.Ul'' .'-:- .* i : W

.SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT land Tuesday. They: are intendingto ger the traveler is who pastes -

I f I I build on the land soon. 'through Osceola county/ within. the .. = ==_ .. Zy _.:- >\'t':...

i Curl E. Shaw, of Lakeland, spent. avenue, between- Second and Omaha I Mr.here Homer Tindall of Ih.rt Lake j I next -few months he) will be able to LOW ROUND TRIP SUMMER RATES '
was Sunday evening biddinghis
I U)- Tuesday in St. Cloud on business. streets .Other enterprises are friends and find his way from any town or settlement /" y FROM JACKSONVILLE 1
relatives) good-bye he
as
.jl; Ernest Hack, of Kissimmeo, was a to locate here soon, including a .bak! to other town settle ... ..._. _.. CYt..I..,__.._. .1..It CII .1-.. .. a-i U M 1;
\ any or LI.
( bus responded to the country's call to UM .. .. ..
I, buslnens caller at St. Cloud Tuesday' ery and a lum'ber yard, and others. 0..... ...._.... .._ N.Pa----------. .1 MH M L.I..4u1.MIN -'.._,__- ties NLI1L
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pn go to Mexico. His many loved ones ment. G1ar.rrl.l.":.': N ..: : :: :: allLr.r.HN .Y-.. :1.!{
\' Mr.. Wm. Stilwell has transplantedI ..U.. /Ir Ml..I.1.... ....... ... INL........
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I are heart broken to see him start on I l Ernest G' is now busily engaged 1i11.,... .. . N ,... M......1. .. .. ... 6.11 ..... .... ._-_.-* IfMH.H. ... ,
I number of citrus trees at the P.rll ,1711 r. ... ... .
Winn. of Orlando's l buss a cor- I .. . N M '01.. P...... ..... M N To'l 4 -- 41 !11.
E. L. one such a We should raise t. .I( .. .
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which L. ..1.( 1r: WIl h 'y Db.--
of Lawson "street ffnd Sample .puinting cross road signs . .. .
:' '1 infRB fncn, was in our city onIon: !j ner hats in honor of the dear boys whohave I ._ 1....,1..1. <.< a...W. u.M IM..1. ......... P.11... . N N N N M..JC.' ...-_ '.1"... _
I avenue, to make place for the building will be placed at every road inters *c 'I I 1:1..Lr p. Y _... .. .. ....!. ... ... ..
day. so'Yrcely ,enlisted to ,. .... .. C.l C.lll .I.l C. MI.N" '-' ;
i of hjs home there, which, will he protect our ... 0.U.... L.k! ... .-.... M.....,... l>........-..l. l.. ..- ..-..Mr pf.y.. 1
; Garfield! Reagan joined the militia I homes Hom<;>r left Kissimmee at :2! tion giving/ distances ,,'Id directioM-! I Pu.rl., ..
started within a few w&kThe II T''......x..I..117.'" ..u ..... M. ....'. lt.H 0.4. II. rj
and started for the border Tuesday o'clock Monday afternoon to join our to the towns on each road. This work I
house is to. cost about $4,000 and will VAJUABI K ROUTR TO DBNVER. SALT LA KE!, COLORADOSPRINGS. ,
evening.; Ibe I army. is being: don at the order of the I LOS ANOn Es NAN FRANCISCO.
strictly m dern. MtATTLK RTC.O.Iry .
Mrs. Mary Rigfran left Monday I Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Decker have Next Sunday, July 2nd, is Rev. fi. {county commissioners in 'omplianl'cwit Ii I iW.-ll. ..PORTLAND 1Ao1.. ......i..'''_' CM.' ...w .... ..rw U..... ...,
morning to pond the summer at Alta II. Guy's regular/ meeting here. the law passed at th lust l moved here into their house on Main I TO THH NO.TM AND NO.TtI"llT. ..... lll-. ....1 I ...-. ..... d.Iln ,
J Kiss, & C. I I The Lanier i boys are having ..goodsuccesr of Oip legislature. ...1.. .,,....4iff.r_ .**.... .
[ street from Dundee. .. ... ...
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James Smith and wife have moved fishing The signs are .!being painted on cypress I I I III.' L."ll.TM OOTMtANO"t.rkl.' C..l..a f.l..i(. .L._. ".... J..lw.UI.Mp.
f, Several houses are to he built here timber and will be mounted M:, rb.! .dw..t.. I N A. M
on
.) from :Naicoosxet': to their own place I i Wash Tyson -Plant and Clay Tin- 4 i "",XIII PL".." .1.! A....... Ck.rtB.nn|.. NMlirltto, ......IIb.
'. I I soon. II is understood that one purty" cypress posts, Riving them the lasting 't F....)...,......l.1I.M P. M ...1.! .. c...... I .> A. M.ST. .
_. in loop's addition. dall, of Heart Lake visited Narcoosee ... .
lilrl. k. N. .
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will build four houses three of LODH axPssOs 'i. "
| : qualities : : ; ........ :i. /, ,
f \11' and :Mrs.\ necessary.At ._. .ill.. ,U.v,, J..k..Tlll.Ma P M L..I. N A. M.
." Mr. and Mrs. Dnle, : I them for rent and one of these is Sunday. the intersection' of main loads / I" TO... ..".ir.l.! t. .k. *...1-.e. ....M.k N.. O.I... U.....II ... ;
I Nichols will motor to Fort Tierce to I already rented.j I People here;' are busy planting sweet thore will be a series of signs showing I, N.l.7, Mrvlc... _*h"f....l.............*.........".'...'. .N.. .*>.11".'....N.. .D.aloe' ...L...t..M. ''
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the Fourth of July. :..;.'. ..f r.w..r.. mar'',. WI -
S upend j I and Mrs. James Coarsey were potatoes. the names of all towns 0I I settlements ,: 1V I ..d...., I.f...."... ....11. ... L a N ....... .7 rw..NW. '
Mrs. Clara :Slmms; left Wednesday I Mr. Hill Smith and family visitedH. ? .
Tampa visitors Saturday and Sun to be reached and at each) H. C. BRETNEY,
1 morning to -lay till after the Fourth day. H. Hull and family Sunday. "turn off" the individual towns will I 1 fIonoI. PBIMHIM AMil,
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Lrai Tdl* 4 N>.h Uk ,
**'ith fiiciuN in Orlando. I Mr. John Hannon has suffered se- TRIBUTE- OF RESPECT be named with the directions; and dis -- III' i 114 11''.., 6.. SkrMt.JACKSONVILLE.\ 1

Mr. (i. II. 'link and friend went : .ous loss in the burning of his house lances noted.It 1 I I//r I ( Oik. .. ...l.l L.. ..... ...1., ... s....r .. .-....|_ .... FLA. I,1
Wednesday morning( to upend a few believed that these will --I'
lately built\ about one mile east of Whereas our beloved I ] brother, Dr. is signs bLa
. days ut Konans\ille. . be the best furnished
"town. R. W. Cobb. ., bus been, called from tin by any countyin -------- -'
,- Mrs. CharieR Stratmnn and Mrs. the state and should be of grout
y Officials I of the Twenty Lakes Boat earthly] labors by our Heavenly Father ;- '

F. S. (Cahill of Kissimmee Turk, were Course Club express themselves that I therefore Orange Blossom Lodg<>, help to the traveling: public. iTMICHELIN-FOUNDED-: / 1
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St. Cloud visitors on Monday- Luke Hamilton is the biggest, best I No. 80, F. and A. M., desires to placeon I "Kissimmee may I soon have an

r Mrs. Mabel Uracey is filling. a position and finest ]lake on the course anoV-of record our high appreciation of amusement built over the water- ;
pier
at the St. Cloud Tribune officevarutril course, will have to be irfcluded' in I the life and labors of our esteemed I lof Lake Tohopekahga, at the foot of IC
by ;Miss Bessie Strode. In fact Lake''' friend and brother i MICHELINMICHELIN
that splendid project. Possiel avenue," says the Kist 'I t ]11. I.. Rice, of Washington, D. C., Hamilton is the objective point. It is i Resolved, that in the death of Dr. Valley Gazette. The onI
paper goes
1 irrived Wednesday evening to spend the only lake of the twenty largo Cobb Kissimmee has lost a valuable '
I tell of the plans] of a man who te- I
I Ito
a few days in the Wonder City. )I : ..
for boat citizen. Orange Blossom Lodge has
enough races, yacht regattas / cently came to Kissimmee from North!
r r.. Mr. Livermore, P. E. Morgan and and other aquatic. sports of that sort. I lost a valued 'member, and the widowof Carolina and who intends putting upa I '
i
J Daugherty motored to Kissim- 'I'I
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>ynn An official of the Atlantic Coast' our deceased brother has lost a 1 recreation pier if perViission can l he I
?rl f rnee" Monday evening to attend theMasonic -r-
fl : lane was here last week looking into ]loyal und faithful companion. obtained for such an enterprise from ,
e V lodge.: Resolved] that we cherish the memory , I I -
I the matter of affording better freight the city council. "The plans as njw
Mr. J. K. Conn and nephew, Donald I
of our brother and commend his ; UNIVERSAL TREADS
facilities here.A 'being; prepared by Architect MacDonough I'i1 ,
.f t Conn left Tuesday evening to
spend the remainder of the summer well has been put down at the virtues as worthy of imitation. I ," declares the Gazette "cull I '1'1:1'' ::'' !I!, q and RED TUBES i
Resolved further that we I spread '
I school house and the indebtedness on for a skating rink and dance floor together 'l I '
1 in Pennsylvania.] I thesiresolutions in the records of. : ,:: Ire not high-priced! Just compare these
jl the building is paid off, and the fenc- with a promenade around the I// I
} Mrs. Dorothy Jaques, of Sunnyr our lodge that we furnish a copy to I I prices with tools you have bun payinf.Tultt .
ing of the lot is to be completed and entire building, a motion picture theater
Side Villa left Wednesday I
morning .
the Kissimmee Valley Gazette and 1 I
the for sod and r-freshment parlors and other :i ) \ UNIVERSAL TREAD CASINGS
to spend .the next six weeks with her lot set to St. Lucie grass I :1'1' \ \
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the widow devoted RED
ru send a copy to of our 1 -N_ TUBl.-- '
and shade trees planted. The school amusements devices. No doubt ''I I
.4 ? + sister i in Mississippi. her of I d. D Rrd I II
brother assuring our I : I
the required permission will be : Inch .
'"' building will also be painted. I Sa..hl Q InesI
h:' James Johnston, of Kissimnvee, was .. ( '
in her bereavement and -
sympathy granted and the will add to the ,,I .i" lub..
rt. pier i
i a St. Cloud caller -on Saturday last. I The announcement that the Atlantic tendering to her such aid as she may attractions of and attractive :II, fret' flsli' -'. lasso :
: Jim of Miami St. Coast Line will extend its line /growing: : )2i4 Ilea 1219 Ica
O'Berry, was a at time stand in need, and expressing T
any Kissimmee. Jacksonville Time8-U.1- 3J 25 IS 25 U ZSf
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Cloud visitor Tuesday. I from Sebring south some seventy-five to her the hope that she and I \ H 27S I ZS.S I 5 ..
jl' ; Walter Kahle ;and sister, who have miles to I-mmolokes has been received )' Z7 'S 27s 5 JeI lJI
r we shall meet pur brother in a land I f '4 -Il -'- N- -I SSAfIcA.HnR. ..
;, spent the past week here looking up ,I> with satisfaction here, as that where partings shall be no more.A. ,I I P 1s firs 5 uIi .

'.. S old acquaintances left Tuesday morning means that this branch railway will J. HOLT, ion.TAYLOR'S .! \: H JS.U !1 JS faN 7e 1 111 NC.

t' I for their home at Cincinnati U. main line within hang In a
be a eighteen H. R. MAY Isr5OSI ION S11
.,,'- ktcautr maj 4,\. I I
i David Peterkin and wife, from months or 1 so, anti! this will afford ROMA THOMAS nand corf to fit R J7 41.0 I 41 51 t UI
" 1 Aner ctui.... -,, .;-;- '. .. -- -
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for I
Michigan, who were guests a through trains and much improved
I Committee. ... BEST .. e J1 .1. ..... HZ 15.i .
short time at the Bonier House, left service. Kissimmee, Fla., June 19, 191C.

Tuesday morning for their northern.' Mr. Robert Jones went to his homj BLOODMEDICINE i The Michelin Uni......,.; Trod combines all |the ad..anl.,.*

homo. / in Bloomington, Ind., to be gone about UNIVERSITY CATALOG. Of non.kid. of both the rmiicd-trrad and uction-lrrad. types.

Captain Farris, wife and. daughter, three months. I I Michehn'Red g Tubes rrta.n.heirvel..y. .oftneii indrfinitely.
I The annual- of the Univer- lUed in combination, Midhelin euingt: ADd tube make the I
the catalog
left Tuesday morning to spend Mr. and Mrs. C. JV. Brown are expected lDoat a.tufe.ctory tiro equipment ,

next three months at Jefferson, Oklahoma back here soon. sity of Florida with announcementsfor FOR RHEUMATISM .

and points; in :Kansas and exI I the coming year has just been is. '

.. pact to attend the G, A. R. Encamptnent 400444,444440444 sued. It Is' a well constructed and WI B, MAKINSON COMPANY; Kissimmee, Fla. .

,:: before returning: in the fall. |<> SHINGLE CREEK. 4 neatly printed<
\ Dr. L. C. Riddle leaves Sunday. ,4 .+ + + . + ... + 'hundred pages which gives a clear PRICE $!? FULL PI NT BOTTLE ,

spend a month' with his parents at.Ballentlne idea o' the scope and character of the .. .. .. ." '. f
S. C. Mac Arrowsmith The children who took part in the work done in the institution.In ( QUALITY ONLY. THU.or .. .

,(' J Children's Day program were delightfully the first section Gen-
,.. will accompany the doctor and stay containing -.- -
; : till after the Fourth, when he will entertained by Miss Iva Nis- ,eral Information, one is impressed - -- -- -- --- <<:

,y spend two weeks at Biltmore, N. C. i| wonger Mrs. George Bronson and with the splendid equipment\ in buildings ,

;\\i-: r The Priscilla Club will meet on Friday > Mrs. R. L. Ivey at the latter's home i laboratories, library, museum .

1 , with Mrs. Alice McGill and Miss lastTuesday Ilft. rnoon. The afternoon which has been developed in s& short .

P-ettis at the home of Mrs. McGill on was quickly spent by playing I a period; with the various lines of

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: to be an election of officers all members consisting of cake and ice the literary societies, publications,

': ./ are urged to be present. i cream were served. Those presentwere I athletics] etc.; with the very low cost

i Rev. Silau Cooke, of Auburndale. I I Raymond Tyncr Susie Tyson, Lo the student for all of these Advantages CITRUS EXCHAI I ,

/ Fla.. is expected here this week. 'Rev. 'j Thelma Woodall. Koren Bronson Cecil ; and with the very high ''standard -

Cooke has let the contract to H. E.I'I I Tyson, Harry Woodall Katherine I of entrance requirements fifteen

Hedrick for a nice house to be erected [ Moscley] Elizabth Moseley, Anna- I Carnegie units or graduation from r

his lots belle Bronson Norman Yates, Rach- I school which University
high places
on on Michigan avenue. i our
; Rev. Cooke will fill the Presbyterian ,eal Yates Bernie Yates, Vonciel AI- I in this respect abreast of the .-' 1 Members of the Florida Citrus

pulpit this summer. I man, Nellie Balknvght\ Kilmer Al- leading institutions the country.In .

1 The Royal Neighbors,gave a lawn I man Winn Balknight. and Adell Balk- the second part, the various o Exchange own: the property of .

I ; party at the'' home of Mrs. Ed. George night: scholastic activities are described. Y the organization. Their local associations -

Tuesday evening. The tables were Miss Edyth Niswonger has invitations The University is composed of a .JI( ,- '

beautifully decorated with flowers out for a party to be given at I Graduate School, and five colleges; -' i throughout Florida

ice cream and cake and sherbet were her home Thursday night. I the College of_Arts and Sciences the .,
Mrs I. P. Tyson and Mr. and Mrs. '.... have plants worth hundreds ofthousands"
served and a neat sum realized for a I College of Agriculture, the Collegeof .!

good cause. A. R. Dennis motored to Kissimmee Engineering, the Teachers' .College .
: of dollars in their.
Mrs. Arrowsmith and daughter Monday.The I and the College of law. In com- J
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Almeda Arrowsmith. left Thursday many friends of Mrs. Walter I paring the course offered in the va- -I packing houses and
Bronson will regret to learn that she equipment. .. ,
i morning for the North. They will go rious departments with those described ":

I as far as Jacksonville together, where has been taken to the hospital in in other catalogs one is impressed __- Each of the members has art.- '

Miss Almeda takes the Coast for Orlando. with their fullness and variety; and -

New York where she wfll take allix- The cattle owners of this community we realize that it is no longer necessary 'minterest in. this property. 11'

weeks course in the Columbia Univer have co-operated' are build for our boys to go outside the .s-.s'-;

sity. Mrs. Arrowsmith goes to Ur- ing a dipping vat to be used for tick ,state when they desire the very bestucatioA. A.-; Growers who market their J. .;

bana Ohio to the with eradication. The men are energetically : for the instruction
spend summer offeredin ''
i relatives and friends. pushing the work so that it will this institution compares favorably ;: _; : fruit through privately owned ,

be ready to use in the near future. with that of any university .in the .*-t ...
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400000000040000LAIIE K. L. Ivey was a business caller in United States. :-.... or speculative marketing agen- .;

HAMILTON. 4 Kissimmee Tuesday. In looking over the list of students ''
,
00 00000000000 j.'. H. Tyner was an Orlando visitor one is struck with the remarkable "''' :: ., cies generally pay as much or .:

Tuesday. growth of the institution. If we remember .. > more in packing charges as do
,
The Woman's Club will
give an entertainment Henry Balknight was a Kissimmee correctly the attendance at I

here 'on July 12th at the caller Tuesday. the University was scarcely over the those in the Exchange but .

school house at 8 o'clock p. m. There Johnnie Bronson, of Kissimmee is hundred ,
mark the
year prior to the
will be no admission charge. The visiting her aunt, Mrs. G. C. Bron- present administration. This year -' have no financial interest in the "

program will be mostly musical. This this week.G. .
son, shows .
a will be a midsummer entertainment, B. Woodall spent Monday with above four a registration hundred. So considerably far as we houses for which their money .." .

and the plan is to make this a regu- his family.Mr. know other institution '
no in America largely is used to construct
lJ'' lar feature. Every one is invited to and Mrs. A. It Dennis and has had such a phenomenal per :

<" attend and enjoy a good entertain- Mrs. G. B. Woodall motored to Kis cenlrgw of increase in the last eight V equip and maintain.

ment, each as Lake Hamilton is becoming simmee Sunday afternoon. years. The distribution of these students .*.
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famous for. Already people Preaching services will be heldat shows that the State Schools of. -

.", from Winter Haven Dundee Haines the usual hour Saturday night and Florida
are no longer restricted to local
City and other nearby towns plan to Sunday. but that :
patronage, the patronage .
3 attend this midsummer entertainment. PEG'. A. WAY.. is state wide and to a degree unusu-
. .
Mr. Mort Brown will begin thisw.ek al in Southern ,
S rt4 herxIf W11. YOII Need. {JMin.aa institutions nation and
to build a hardware store Take move'sTb. world 'Vide, the enrollment shows

d 9 ; will-. be built on a lot on Nelson. Old Standard 0.0..'. Taatetoas fifty-one counties of Florida)* and

r chill Took U equally valuable as a twenty-four states and foreign countries
% '... '...... net. .... lilt MId 1111 .... General Tonic b ce ae It contains tile represented.In t
...w N ... wk .... lode5 alN.t LAXAaaollo well known tattle properties o OUIJUIS...bsu.vta.a.rdlw5 and IRON. It acts oa UM Liv*r. Drive all respects the state ba.4muchto
aid ..... ass ..w INNe..*** -
I Ia ,R..Lbs U.tall __e..< oat Malaria. Bt-vicbe UM Blood Md congratulate itself upon in th* np- ,'
', P r.... .'.s atam. .< 1. W. OkOfJ.. l3A. BsHils. tip '"* T..nil.Pjitim: ,80 cwta.S bLUdi'ng .of this great institution. I .

,/.ra > ..J ... fib' ...' Vy';..- .,S too --__ ._ y ray,i i

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I .' JUNE'301916. "' 'THE KISSIMMCE VALLEY GAZITTE Ii 4, 4F000

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PRICES, NOT AS 0.04P004,040. a.-. ,- .'. 0P4,0o o FLORIDA FIRST PLAN .- 'f' .. e ,'

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0 FLORIDA EPWORTH LEAGUEs > a

HIGH AS BACK IN 1874 C. < TO '

I. aoaoootq, .0.,.+ ..0.aa'aoKlssimmee .' ADVERTISE STATE I Sale I Starts r I Sale' Starts!

:NEW YORK CITY SALESMAN' was-well represented at ,' Orlando-The "Florida First" Coin. I RIG TEN DAYS. : '

COMPARES FIGURES IN OLD June 30 June 30:
.'I' ', ORDER BOOK WITH THOSE Epworth League Conference at Sutherland mlssipn in session at. .the San Juan ,

NOW CHARGED FOR SAME ARTICLES May 29-June! 1, where Dr. and Hotel, Friday afternoon, decided to ...

AND FINDS. FORMER i Mrs. R. H. Alderman. welcomed all, I close on July 15th the Solicitation of

'I, ,.M. MUCH HIGHER : tendering a reception,'which; furnished' fu.ids for the first of the two adver-

i excellent opportunity' for the ,Using campaigns it will conduct dur-
Who said High Prices? greeting of old and the forming of ing the fall and winter.

,';1' ".. Often we hear' tile remark that II III new friends of the fraternity-"All The first campaign will be for the MID-8UMME'RSALE

I! prices today are the highest in the I, for Christ. purpose of attracting to Florida a

; history of the land. The prevailing Fourteen officers responded to roll greater number of permanent resi-
call, including two department pfficWs :
dents and the advertising will be
a'
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I opinion is that the "farther back we :
Misses Eliza' Wright; of Orlando -'chiefly done in farm papers. The Initial -
go in years, the cheaper were the food and Lillian Ralph, of-- Sarasota. announcement will appear lath in

products and the necessities.J. This office: is discontinued for 4916-17 July and the campaign concluded in Dry Goods Dress Goods MenV Furnishings and Shoes : '
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H. Conklin, a city salesman, of [but the secretaries will be appointed ,,November.
New York, who sold in. the seventies at once. II | Immediately thereafter the commission :,.'
and who is still on the job today, has I President Garfield Evans' address'' will put on another ,campaign, Beginning June 30, and for 10 Days. Succeeding Every- .

taken,one of the leaflets of one of his showed decided advancement. Reports designed to influence tourist travel :) .

order books used in 1874, on which appears were excellent; committee. work and winter home seekers in favor of thing Goes at From 15 to 40 per cent DiscountWe i.
fine. read from'
the prices received for goods on Greetings were Florida. It was. along this line that "
that day. A comparison with the Christian Endeavor through Miss the commission last winter did the \.'

prices prevailing today goes to .bow I Grace Townsend, secretary, from ,most .successful advertising in the his- i
that the charges in those days were I President; S. A. Munn, of South Geor- j tory of Florida. The second, or tour "

from 10 to 300 per cent above the gia Conference, and Rev. L. F. Chapman 'ists' campaign this season, will con- are going to prepare for you more liberally than ';
prices for the same goods today. I Fort Pieroe. Co-operation and tinue throughout December and Jan-

The comparison .follows: not correlation :was stressed, and I"ual" |uary, the raising of funds for it to ever before. Every article on this will stand in
Granulated sugar was then 103 the proper expression for concluded about November 1st. page 1

cents per pound, now .8V4., I|league activities. | I Any community may be represesntd :
I New Orleans molasses 75c gallon, Rev. J. L. Kilgore Jacksonville, :'in either of the two campaigns, quality and price until the last hour of the 10 days sale .'
and Rev. T. W. Tompkies, Born
now 50c.Turkish. j through a l local commercial organization
prunes, in hhd, 12>,.c. ll>., Grande*, president: and ex-president of j for ten cents per capita of popu-
now ke.Maracaibo. lb.l l' Epworth League' Board, were introduced ;(lation in 1910 the minimum assess- ---except for the reason of having been sold. Here \''I'

coffee, _roasted, 38c to the conference. I I ment to be $250. Regardless of the '

now 14 ,. 'I Rev. I D. B. Sweet's daily reports I amount of its pro rata for one campaign are the prices. They mean a big saving right in the
Tribune,
Rio coffee, roasted, 33c pound, now were published by Tampa only, a community that is represented 1
11 cents. ,which was much appreciated by the j in both need pay only $250 i l
Laundry soap, 81"enh, a pound conference, in fact a universal vote i additional for the second; Last sea- Middle of the Season. SO COME EARLY.

now 5 cents.Whole of thanks was given state'preRs for son, twenty two places joined in the "
pepper 25 cents pound, now their courtesy in giving the league advertising and reports rt the day's Ht:;
21 prominence in their columns each indicate that there will be a --33
cents.Nutmeg KissimmeeValley meeting GINGHAMS Regular 36 in. good grade for LADIES' UNDERWEAR
includes the
$1.40 pound, now 35 cts.Japan month. This larger number this year. lOc will this sale at '7'/2c'!
stock in
Largest town. go In this department we have
<1)0) cents to 90 cents, now Gazette. of the chairman,
teas I In the absence 1
12J/2C! Ginghams this sale 9'/2C'! line of Silk '
30 -, . Miss Alberta Hopson, of Kissim- of Jacksonville UNBLEACHED' DOMESTIC an exceptional and
.itt.Hyson A. McClellan
< George
efficient ; lOc Gingham this sale__ 8c Embroidered Drop Skirts. Also
teas 75 cents to $1.25 lb., mee who has proven most i who is at the present out of the state. 36 in. wide best grade. All will
elected All Calico, this sale 4 /2 to 5c some that are made of cheaper
work
local f
was
now ::10( cent. in league' vice-chairman, Frank W. Lloyd of go at, per yard ______7J/jc 1I
Starch hulk, 8>4 cents now H'4 State Junior Superintendent. Mils I'Quincy, presided. The other members PERCALES Second quality, but good will materials. These Skirts muntgo..Regardless 'I\

cents Ethel Bouchelle, of DeLand. is Superintendent present were secretary, Vance W. .121/2! Percales, many patterns go for. per yard ______7c of Price.

Vinegar, ::10!() cer K gallon, now 14 Girls of Epworth. D. B. Helm, of Miami and treasurer W. now ___________.lOc We will sell six spools of Cotton MEN'S SHOES /I!j
cents Sweet Jr., Leesburg, Knights of P. Franklin, of Ft. Myers, the meet- GALATEAThis or Silk Thread for ____25c HANAN- / "

Tomatoes. No. .'1 tins, $2.25 a dozen Ezelah. Other officers are: Presi- 'ing: was attended also by Jefferson is the best cloth for children's Hundreds and hundreds of $6.00 grade now ____$4.50 I, i
Sutherland V>
now 9.;> tents. dint, Garfield Evans ; e Thomas, of Jacksonville, the advertising yards of beautifully figured Curtain FLORSHEIM- 11
and
Cumuli 1 corn No. 2, $2.70 dozen. President, 1A. Gallagher. Tampa; /: counselor of the Commission. rompers play suits. Goods with tan cream $5.00 grade now ___4.25 r
Regular I8c to at ____ 13c ,for
H. M. Blackburn Treas I go DOUGLASS-
now !'i" cents.fanned Secretary ; A number of routine matters were, nc- background and figured in W. L. tr
*i-a<'hes. :No. 2, $2.40 perr urer, C. W. 1)udleyJacksonville; Era ted, upon and plans made for completing SILKS I brown and green. 5c a yard and $4.50 grade now ----- 3.95 "
dozen now !II>;> cents. Agent, S. C. Peacock, Tampa; Edi- an active canvass of th,- entire Cut Slashed--Sacrificed, with up to 25c. Never before has $4.00 grade now _____3.45 'ti
White cherries No.2, $2..r dozen tor and Organizer Mrs. Maude B. State. The Commission will convene not a piece reserved! such an offer been made. $3.50 grade now _____2.85 1"1

now SI 2.'> Little Ocala"Those here again on July 12th, at the time $1.00 Mescaline this sale' 74c I Babies' Caps-this sale-lOc, $3.00 grade now _____2.35 :
B.! &
now $K 75.Cooper's. conference were Tallahassee Seniors, North and South Florida Chambers Big lot of $1.00 Silks as lowas I lace and embroidery. $2.50 grade now ____$I.O- fi
/gelatine: $1,40 dozen, now headed by :Miss Ruby Byrd district 'of Commerce. 6<>c We carry Ladies' Ready-made $1.50 grade now ____.1.20 '....!f-
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Wilcox West -
85 cents. secretary Beach; Miss Miss Kate Roberta Cason, !Miami i. ,, There were presented the resignations and;' we-Io-s on every yard. i! Dresses that sellat $1.00 to LADIES' SHOES .\ "1
Uorden's. milk, $10.50 case, now i Palm ; of Chairman McCUllan, and ,If $20.00. Now we are going to
'$6.75. and Leaguer Chas. LeRoy, Boca B. L. Hamner, formerly the Tampa SOISETTE let you DEDUCT 25% off that QUEEN QUALITY .l
$6.25. Grande.Dr. About ten 4>.;lts. all of which $4.00 grade now ____$3.25
Flour, $10.00 barrel now member. Appropriate resolutions were price whatever it may be, and ):
W. A. Cooper, Tampa Dr. W. that these have been cut. Colors: Blue take the dres $3.50 grade now _____2.3! ? '
TESTIMONY:' OF LIFE F. Dunkle, St. Petersburg, Rev. J. L. :,'adopted expressing regret the pink cream and white. All _ $3.00 grade now ___.2.35'
INSURANCE COMPANIES Moon, Sutherland; made excellent addresses ';gentlemen could no longer serve of this in regular 25c, LACESValiencennes $2.50 grade now. _____1.90 i
filled but .
not j
;", : while Dr. S. F. Parker, Nash-I I'the bdy.' Jacksonville Their places Chamber were of Com- this sale! ___________..,-!19c Shadow, and in Also a $1,50 shoe (or_t.20 .
Statistics prepared by' either the vflle, general secretary and Epworth Some pretty White Button'
fact all Laces be
the
merce was asked to select a successor SEE OUR WHITE GOODS- sill reduced *
'\wets or the drys are, apt to.be viewed Era editor, won ho hearts of all Oxfords' and Pump art ,in- .
,i' with' suspicion because both sides arebiased leaguers. ring the conference by hta ,to Col. McClellan and Lb. Tampa "Dimities, Lawns. ,' Batiste, etc.. at to zero prices eluded in this lot 'See our
choose memberto
Board of Trade to a
says Arthur Hunter, of the inspiring talks and his institute on bargain. EMBROIDERY Special Bargain Counter. > "
. fill Mr. Hammer's place. This action -
New York Life Insurance Company. Essential for Efficient Ad- LAWNS.
.- "Things II. appealed to the other membersas Embroidery-edge and Insertion CHILDREN'S SHOES
But statistics put on by the life Insurance ministration." eminently in view of the Hundred of yards of figured and All-Over will be hand- BUSTER BROWN- -
companies are known to be Prof. A. G. Vredenburg and his proper had Lawns will be sacrificed to you ed over the sacrifice counter almost ,
fact that th* retiring gentlemen Resolved that
absolutely without bias and the public orchestra, of Southern College, furnished J I to just at if they were not in sea- at the price you ..ugle.t.LADIES' we are going <:b:'
represent
chosen originally sell
been to the Little and ;
In them. Mr. Hun- I to Boys
has confidence Rev. S.
excellent music, while IOn: Now i is the time to wear '
respectively Jacksonville) and Tam- NECKWEAR Girls Shoes that
ter cites the experience of seven A. Wilson, of Tampa led the singing. lawns, and NOW is the time to some are not
American companies and one Cana- Plant City, Enterprise Tampa and pa and as'these two cities together buy. 122c! Lawn, both figured Ladies' Neckwear --Collars. CHEAPER but far bettertitan \
dian company to show that mortalityis Sutherland invited the Conferencefor contributed about two thirds of lastyear's and striped to sell at per Jabots, etc., made of lace, embroidery anything they have ever '!
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funds, thereby making poesible had before. '
from ten to thirty per cent lower 191617. The latter place was which yard ________ __________lOc pique ratine. Also ,,
among the abstainers than among the chosen. the advertising so greatly All lOc Lawns will go at_. 8c some Bulgarian effects. MEN'S HATS \ i(;
benefited the entire state.N.
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nonabstainerHe shows further Mr. Yates, of Plant City, will rep Do not miss this opportunity. WAISTS 25% Discout ::f:

that mortality among total abstain resent: Florida Leaguedom at the C. Bryan, member of the legis- TABLE LINEN Waists at _______________39c $3.00 grade now ______$2.25 I it,

ers i ill markedly lower than among"temperate" South Georgia Conference this week. I lature from Osceola county, who was $1.00 grade ____________74c Waists at _______________59c Also many others that we can "

drinkers, and very much Certificates for efficiency were ,elected without opposition last time .50c grade ___________40c: Waists at _______________79c sell to you for a price that will ,
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lower than among "moderate" drinkers. given Kissimmee League also Arcadia and who was chairman of the tem- simply surprise you.
The mortality among those who Umatilla DeLand, Winter Haven I perance committee of the 1915 Houseof LACE CURTAINSMost ''SKIRTS "
at the date of application for insurance Tallahassee, Largo, Waldo. Sutherland i, Represenatives, predicts that the exceptional values will Ratine Linen Linene Pique SILK SOX
took two glasses of whiskey a and Tampa.Dr. introduction of a prohibition amend- be offered in this department at and Percale. 207 discount on 'Holeproof. guaranteed Silk \ %

day. but did not drink to excess, is S. F. Parker, while en route to ment in 1917 is certain. He predictsits half price. these. Sox. 75c grade ________49c
eighty per cent in excess of the normal North and South Carolina Confer- passage through the House. Thereare CRETON! HOSIERY AT Sc. All 25c sellers will go for 19c

There is an extra mortality of ences, vistied Leesburg, Ocala, many who will differ with Mr. Floral design lOc grade. SPECIAL-We, have a lot of MEN'S SHIRTS '

forty per: cent among the policy hold- Gainesville and! Jacksonville Leagues.Mrs. Bryan. They will admit the passage now ---------------7'/c'] Hosiery that we are going to sellat $1.50 Special beautiful "
who drank to excess at least five C. C. Carleton of Plant ,
ers City ,of a resolution submitting an amend- Other grades reduced in the FIVE CENTS A PAIR. Also patterns all go at ____$1.10
years prior to the date of applicationfor vice president of the Women's Mission ment of the kind through the House, same' proportion. are offering our 50c grade ofLadles' $1.00best dollar shirt in

insurance, but had been very temperate Society, was introduced to the ,[']but they will not concede that the BLEACHING Hosiery for ____--39c town for _______ __89c

for five years. before acceptance Conference. Senate will look with favor on it, and Regular 36 in., that Originally I Ladles' Silk Hole-proof. $I.00 75c Shirts -to go at ______55c

A most impressive feature of the the indications are that this will be sold at I2J/2C! will go (for lOc i grade now ___________85c 50c Shirts to go at ______42c
snowfall last Conference was .the expreEcion from.I,one of the number of interestingfights I
Becaue of the heavy
the Students' Volunteer Class-President \ in prospect next session.-
winter, Forest rangers found it ncces.sary -
Garfield Evans. A. L. Reveire, ,Jacksonville Metropolis.
this spring to remove two feet :
W. L. Griffith, C. E. Stout. D. B.
of snow from the Beaver Creek nursery Sweat, Jr., Miss. Christina Stout, Bec- REMEMBER THE DATE FRIDAY JUNE 30th
in Utah, so that the young trees tie Jones and Lorace Peoples. CHICHESTER s PIILS ,
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might be uncovered by the time they - And so another year has begun for tea-I.. ., l .:::n:::bt
needed for spring planting on d.ea.a
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were -
the Part National of the snow Forests was taken of that off region.by the courage developments this: noble"All organization for Christ. kind En- n WIN a..y.._.Ihl. _.,_l':bellrl.eIIG..Ile 81 u_ a_lAc .. For 10 Days Only. We do not charge anything at

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reader, and they will "Brighten the NN. HMANB... riL.La.fc.. .
use of shovel and pick. By spreadinga f ,-nYw. .IMM. -.Al-., KtllaU.SOU .

thin layer of .ine soil over another Corner Where MAUD You Are.B. "LITTLE, BV DRUGGISTS EVtmtUR these prices-Remember, Strictly Cash. This is the .

part the natural melting of the snow ,
E worth Leage Editor. \
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hastened sufficiently to make
,*' was shoveling unnecessary.The Ocala, Fla., June J7. I opportunity that comes only once in a great while...

I- Drives= Out Malaria,:Builds Up System'The Auto Repair WorkIf

road l leading to Lake Haines Old Standard General trcacthenlnc Ionic,
has been put in first class conditionby OROVB TASTBI.KSS Chill TONIC drive wilealarlaenrtche.tbebloodandbatldaupthe.v..- Take Advantage This and Save Money.

the county commissioners.Magnolia.Balm. tam. A trw tpnlc.. Far tdult mod children.' _. you have trouble f.

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8IIiape the burn and nmaa Tan (land should be pro- and ,
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,I PACE I ______ THE.' KISSIMMEE "AtLEY GAZETTE " }' a 'A .FRIDAYyjUNE3O. 1e16I '. \\rt i

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o 1,0 ro < i oi oi tSociety< : sation. In a contest which\ caused 'Woods, of Honolulu, Hawaii, spent 1 I II KISSIMMEE GIVES UP R.... ;
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r ; I Treat amusement by testing the Several days here th-> week as 'the WANTSTOGOTOWARiBREAKS ; -
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i A ; Notes I! g \ wers of those present, the guests of Mrs. L. II, Ingram, 'whileen I i LEAGUE :

first pile was' awarded to Miss route. to the home of Miss Morri LEG INSTEAD ORANGE BELT

Emma Vowell, while. Mrs Parker received son at Tampa, 'where they will visit :I '

4. : consolation Mrs. Munjftr her mother. Mrs. Ing-ram motoredto I '
a well
(Mattie Belle Harris, Financial troubles, as aa the
ti; "I; was pr-cftntd with a book to, while Sanford .Monday and met the Steve Sharp wanted to join the lo- fact that some of the players had/ j

away the hours oCher coming jour young, women and together they mo- cal'National Guard company and go been drafted l by other!' clubs and ly i

Request )s. made to all patron of the, Valley =: ney aA a -gift from the--lodge. At tored'.back to .Kls lmmee, Miss Mor- to the Mexican frontier. the -National Guard Company, caused'

f of Society Event 'o the. Editor for publication in": these columi.. t the close of the evening a delicious rjson formerly lived in. Kissimmea i He argued with -Henry Partin. r'r th.? Kissimmoe ball club to disband. .

iIAJPFERGILBERT. : ice course was served: Included )jn I and was warmly welcomed by her whom he works, but Henry -needyd ,I franchise'in .the Orange Belt t":..'

'OI. . 'O_ _ _ _ . .'T.. ..M wnphone.' . ,.-:.--,.,".....".........A................... the truest list were Mrs. M. Munger many friends. Mention was recently Steve's services and was loath to part; [:The League was surrendered to PresidentCliff

:Mrs. A/Cotterman, Mrs II. W. Mlr-1 made of MisS Morrison's success as with him. Finally Stave was convinced last
of Sunday.
Ice (ream and cake were Harper, Barlow
,row Mrs. Frank Souders.'Mr Roma I an illustrator, her work having been that it would be better to -remain und Wifiter Ha-' "
Lakeland
served at the'close of the afternoon. Bartow J.
,, --- i Thomas, :Mrs. S. D. Marks, Mrs. Parker accepted by the Youth's Companion: in the employ of Mr. Purtirf. members of the .. '
Those Misses \Lei- the other
i made that fftjlo'ving present were: ven are
Announcement is Mrs. 1:. E. Wells Misses and other well known after the argumentwas
? Emma I publications. The next day made u/, ,
the Sunday evening service at nore Itlchardi, Ruby Prl'VllttIaie: league. and! efforts are being; to !
Yowell, Alberta Lavinin settl",! Steve riding horseback (
Hopnon
the Baptist church the wedding ceremony I( (O'lierry. Betty Pherigo Helen Haps, Miriam, 1 S. L. Lupfer, who has been spending was and l m-curr some other city to take the ,1 JKiHKimrnee ''t
Wenner, Helen Sawyer, Minrer. the Partin settlement -
of Samuel L. Lupfer, Jr.., son G!,'...'" Winn, that: Gilbert! Leonora'Foitntr the last two weeks on a business: near franchise."
Dorothy Wells, little Miss Eliznbetli the horse him into a tree and r..
l of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lupfer Sr nhd Elizabeth. Aultman and Mattie : I I and pleasure trip to points in Cen- ran Since the disbar'ding of the league ,'

Miss Cbrinne Gilbert, daughter! of Mr. I Belle Hams' !, :Mrs, I'hciigo, :\t r.. Cntter man, Paul Munjler.Law-I tral Pennsylvania arrived home Mqn- i broke his leg. I team a' amateur organization: has
renee !Parker and R. I n. Thomas Jr. driving a cow when his
I
Sharp was
and Mrs. A. S. GillK-rt, will be performed \ 1. F'. O'Hciry and MIS I S. H. Auitnian. : : day evening He was called hpni" Kern Formed with the following lineup -

I t I 1 sooner than he expected to come -in I horse became momentarily unmanageable : Charlie Reirero catcher; Roscoe :. ';

'" account, of the absence of his won, J. throwing him against an oak Robertson, pitcher; A. J. Womach, '.
S2'RPIHSF 'ItT'SOTE OK I IN'IKRKST.:< : : scratching his face sev.-rely, and .
PARTY.A SK! : tree, (
K. who is member of second base
Ir :1 ADDITIONAL LOCALS I Lupfer, a Company first bate; \Dick, Hulloik, ;
fracturing both bones: .of his left leg.
,
I: B, Second Infantry, National Roy Youiiir, third! base; Murray
number of the little friends, of The (011"1110.Rnti"d' says: I (Guard; of Florida, which was 'culled Dr. Rivers, who was called to reduce (Ovc-r.streot, shortstop; Bob Bullock

the home \\'., :Maine Hutson II of ( the fracture states. that he is doing
John Phillips !gathered at :1titurd :Mis : :Missos, Rhea/ and Betty Pherigo/ ifnd i to the front by President Wilson. left field; l-eioy L\'RI"r l center field;

of Mr. and :Mrs. !'M. Tiller, on Bean" *-':\t. .Auj;::u',' tiSie. who ale sjH'n
.i mont HVI1Uhllt Kutuiduv afternoon ill Kissimnwc. looking after I :Monday to visit the Kissimmoe Company I her father, remained for a visit with Now
and gave him; a very phsa.ant'': btjmoss ni.ittei-, ( IIITiv.d] in Otlando I of National Guards; in camp j.t :Mrs. II. W. Meetch at lla.rrisburjr. war. The tf'isMimiiw' fraiuhisp in theOranff .

surprise. Games; were enjoyd! .o-i yesterday 1110; lung and spent\ several Black/ Point preparing for duty on Pa. I ) licit League! lint offered to ,4

'' the lawn after which dainty refiesh hours vi("r)' ploasjint. '' 1\- greeting old the Mexican border: I COUNTY COURT'WILL I Plant ('ity,-I- finally! been> taken t '

ments of punch saiulwiibei, and candy fiii'iicls. :III'. '11 ul (.oil lesuk-d, in Ihi'itv e
ORLANDO GIRL HURTIN by Nichols and.Tijrer, nn) The
were served I for a ,11111111>('" of \*eaisviti Sis Jackson-'ill- lover
: I MEET HERE JULY 10 two cities i, hate joined foicein putting j
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,1111"1, : Towns-nd I. :at th"ir home '
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FOR MUS. kKNTON.: :< brother. (;. G. Crawford, who is a i a: tram into the 'field and will '..
South () and AUTO SMASH HEREMiss
t on railjp avenue wns nn
: _ I member of the Ki.ssimmecT. C/mpa> iy -- split the playing" /: date i-xenly ;
"\oiihii? | ')y voting jrntl'man.. Wlionthe I The summer term of I'ounlcoU1!
Mis Stc-lla( Ijoncgan! onlitamiil, ali National: Guards; in camp at the' "
t Shineiiiards( ; Oilandn's <'rn< kmilitaiy i I will at the court house on
i ;\" 600 last Monday evening, at her home organization. carried l otr .th,. State Camp Grounds; Black Point. : Elizabeth Branham, .of Orlando Wednesday convene, July 10th. ConsiditaMebusiness MOVING PICTURES ARE
ill honor of llu- birth :
on Brack street lam,els for HJP best ciM/en, I soldiery in The Woodmen Circle received three ; was slightly cut and bruised. man i IK. on the docket and .Jud;;" ,j'
Kcnton. It came OR nsurprise I '
: day of Mrs. the I stat.-, he was second lieutenant. new candidates; into their order at automobile accident near Kisbim- I T. M. Murphy is preparing for a h.I isysssion. J
invited
to Mrs. Kenton, who was I MADE OF KISSIMMEE
in the company.While (their regular ml..itllTu./ ! to Mrs. I Donegnn's to spendthe \ mee on Monday afternoon. She was
qver here Mr. and :Mrs. Unison noon at their hall in the Fraternity term are as follows: John W Tisun,

evening. wert' quests of 111 r. and, ]Mrs. George, huildtn These bring the membership I brought to Kissimm, and her (I Ed. George, A. L. )Davidson, (o. C. ---- 1Moving

1 )Delicious refreshments of ice i cream I'I".y: : ut their home on the cornerof in this progressive older up lo wounds dressed by Dr Hicks at the Anderson, Ralph Cook, B. A Sullivan I' pic.tunfihm.( were made of )itl' I,
and wafers were served. Sunday
)
punch Httractne slectt -
Kn-simmcf'c
Hughey and South streets. forty-one. !Palace Drug Store. She was later :: George. Clark, L. L. Fertic. W. P. '.
Those present ware: Mr. and Mis. a M. aMILS. I' by N, A, Uuiiows and l C'harle ; ; !
taken to her home in Orlando. Speaking Tison W. H. Arnold R. G. Cuno\a
A. A. Abbott brought to the ValleyGazette 1
Kenton, Misses Lola l EI'anorand : J. K. U'l'I'KK HONORED. N Hat id. both of ChicHiro.
of the accident the Orlando Sentinel : and
Howell Bass.
( office this week fine basket
Terrell l a -
Kenton, Miss Flora .
Margaret I At Ihtlost' .> of the Sunday afternoon ':

Miss Malvina Backofen.WWW The memlv-rs of the Eastern Star '' of white graphs, of the Niagara I says: I > (or '.--( (or < <--.> -".-.,. :. -:. I conceit a v 1 1l'a" made of the I f '

were delightfijlly\ entertained Ht tlic variety, which he grew on his place i "Three popular Orlando young people I4 'I or band grouped near the stand and' of jj i
while home from Kissimmee
motoring -
SEWING PARTY. home of :Mrs F. S. VanDuzer) ThUl ,- near Thur man City. The grapes <. CAMPBELL. > the fituiirnri) as the curs. passed i along' | J I
with
afternoon met
I, day evening{, the occasion being complimentary here of excellent quality and flavor yesterday .> Hroailwav, A pious' was madof the ", '

Miss Eleanor Kenton delightful entertained to the worthy matron and prove again that Florida is n first un accident with'nenrserious miles Results this'Side i I.} .> p .:. :;. .;. .:. .;. +; .;. <. .;. .;. .;. swimming pool l "n the grounds of the )
the brick three
on highway
. a few friends: Thursday af- Mrs.: J. E. Lupfer who is I"I\\ lug' for class grape growing section. i / 1 Mr. Robert L. Nance, of famn.i. (CiastoniHolt; l** ind, a nunilv 1 .r I of !! :,
of the Osceola county capit I. .
Brock stro-t ,
ternoon at her home on the summer A "word contest" \proved :Mrs F. S. (Gilbert; and two c-hildi,"n.accompanied The of the Misses visited his sister! :Mr. Coy Re-w-s, lolhl'" pretty tie" s shout, the lawn "
. their party composed ,
asked to bring
The guests were a diversion for the guests anti the by her sister, Elizabeth Elizabeth Brunham, Lillian Smith and last week. )I'tctures, of the ,iesnUncistieit' of

fancy work and the afternoon in w and"is ladies'! prize, a star, was awarded t''> Parker left Sunday: for Sumpter, F.I I George; Baas, was making'a moderate I Mr. and :Mrs J. :M. Bryant went to : the ray of a number. of the hand- ",

s very pleasantly spent sewing :Mrs. .]. L. Ovrhtreet; an emblematicbook C., for a week's visit. Mr. (Gilbert i speed in their Dodge car when an'' Kissimmee shopping Saturday I som{/ h..n1l's.. and, I a view from t the ,.

,,' social conversation. Deliciouse- mark was received by Roma will then join them and the party will "Ford cnud the driver1' I I 'Mrs. Fayette Sullivan, of lyouuh- :: c-itsdock weie Included in the film I

'. ; freshments of punch, sandwiches served. and Thomas who made the highest mark continue their trip to Clinton, N. C., i iI approaching to turn to the righL/ The Dodge I man, visited Mrs. Wade Lanier and which it is umU-i-tooil! was taken for

a salad course were Misses Lola among the gentlemen; while M rR. J. where I they will be the guests of Mr. struck a rut in the sand, and skidded Mrs. W. L. Campbell last week. the Chicago Triliune., j 1 1I i iI
.1 Those present were: II. Reed received consolation prize. I I Mrs. John Reeves and two daughters '
a Gilbert's parents for several weeks. the left it turned / This will be wed, it is nid. in the
to where
over, I
Bessie -
t\\ Kenton, Eleanor Moscley, A pleasing! feature of the eVE'ninr: I Miss of Kissimmee, spent last werk ''Tnl>unt>'s land. show \<> advertise the "j J JI
Peake, Amy Makinson, Marion Porter I W. A. Joiner returned Sunday from : throwing the occupants out, I ". ,
l'' was a handkerchief shower arrangedfor I with Mrs. Aaron Reeves at Edgo- property of the Southern Colonization" 1 \ I
the wind
three months' visit with relatives in lirunham going through
and Etta Witherspoon. I Ia I
i\ the honoree. These gifts were water. Company in Osceola' county. J' I
I shield.
e (s Anderson and Oglethorpe, Ga. Ile'reports
hung upon a line and then Mrs., Lup- i Mr. and Mrs. Bell and two children, ;
: < FOR MISS )IANN.:' a slight improvement in' his "The Ford machine stopped and : I
j- i fer was invited to "take down her I and Helen and Bettie Mae Snyder, of MKVS: ::< MKRTIM: :: : health I resulting from his trip. HeI carried the party back to Kissimm,
washing," which she readily consented Kissimmee, visited Mr. and Mrs.
, The Miami Metropolis says: With I was accompanied home by his mother, where Miss Branham's injuries received I I
to do. Concluding the evening ice I Wade Lanier Sunday. Come out to the Methodist S:. S. 1
her accustomed knack at entertaining Mrs. A. A. Joiner, who will spend first aid treatment. They were ,
""ream assorted (cakes mints and l Miss Mattie Collins visited rela i hunuriilow I next Sund...)" afternoon .it .i ,
Miss Alberta Hinton this afternoon the summer here. then brought to Orlando and Dr. .;
punch were served. The hostessesfor I I lives in Kissimmee this week. 3 o'clock\ and enjoy one hour in devotional !
most delightful se 18.1 Christ was called. Miss Branham'sinjuries ,,
providing a '
the occasion were Mrs. F. J. Van- I G. M. SheXtouse"' Jr., director of I II Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bryant, and chil- worship, strengthen your ,
hours for an attractive visitor in although painful were not ofa
Ouzer, Mrs. Roma Thomas and Mrs. I the Kissimmee Concert Band, will dren visited Mr. and Mrs. Burroughsat Christian aspirations. Let us be especially E J
ami circle Miss !Maurine Dann, who serious nature.
H. E. Haley, and Misses Nina Brat : leave next Tuesday for a week's visit Edgewater Sunday.Mr. in earnest in our petitionsfor '
It visiting hero from Kissimmee. A
ton and Cecelia Overstreet. The : with relatives in Savannah, Ga. Dur- SERVICES METHODIST CHURCH. and Mrs. Robert Bronson were the brave boys who have answered 1 t\ /
to the movies and later a chat
. trip guest list follows: Mr. and Mrs. J. ing his absence the band will be in calling on friends here Sunday. their country's call, that they may y
in tho
ice Douglass tearoom
over cups the diversions which '? Overstreet, Mr. and Mrs. M, D. charge of J. D. Woodbeck, who was At the morning: hour the pastor will Mr. and Mrs. Coy Reeves,. of Thur- be blessed spiritually and'' soon return I

are among for Miss Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Roma formerly director of the band, and give an illustrated sermon to chil- man City, attended church .here. Sun-. to their loved one at. home. '
Miss Hinton is offering '
i fiann and Misses Ethel,' )Helen and Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Bratton who has returned to make Kissimmeehis dren. A brief session of church conference day evening. Men of Kissimmee let us arise tor'ti: ,. }

Mr. and Mrs. J. McPhatter, Mr and i; home again. < will be held at which all the Mr. Owen Lanier's little daughter, the work that Is'open to us and Itrlvit' t 1
Gladys Jackson. ,
;, ". Mrs J. H. Reed, Mesdames George I Mrs. A. B. Jarrell left Saturdayfor departments will mike written re- Belle, has been very ill for the past' 'earnestly for the upbuildinp of God's 1,

''t. s MISS IfARRISENTERTAlNS. 'Overstreet, W. J. Evans, A. J. Holt, Jasper to join Mr. Jarrell who is ports of the work- of the month. weak but is improving now. kingdom here on earth. All men are 4v

' 1. E. Lupfer, Belle Modie. B. E. Haley located there, and her daughter Miss There are several applicants for mem- Mr. and Mrs.( Reuben Lamb came I I earnestly solicited, to join in this

i ., The members of the Sewing Circle S. B. Aultman, M-, Tiller, F. J. Phyllis, entered the summer school'.afc bership and it i is hoped that as 'many over from Shingle Creek Saturday to splendid work.-Devotional Committee. 'j:

with VanDuzer Misses Marion Sar ellt,1Ci'l'eJia will be visit their father Mr. Charles Lamb. .
i, : enjoyed a pleasant afternoon the Woman's College at Tallahassee.En of' these as possible presentto ,
i her attractive Over"street and Nina Bratton church. The
Miss Mattie Belle Harris at route they visited Lieutenant Lee be received into the

Tuesday toil B. E. Kvans.KEKMATIC. administered. At JOOOOOOOO
home on Church street communion will be
Jarrell and Private Jarrsll
Arthur
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\ afternoon, spending/ the time with '" the evening hour, subject, "The Mas-
CLUB. Co. B, Second Infantry, N. G. F., at
pretty fancy work. Plenty of refreshments Black Point, near Jacksonville. ter and His Slave." .

of cake, punch and home Np, I didn't go to church last Sun- ,
'I, Though/ the weather continued to M. Munger has exchanged his It looks like the
1 made candies were served by 1 Die property day, know I should have done so and Boys
threaten rain during the afternoon, on Mabette street.for a stock of :
hostess. Those present were Mrs. H. had no good reason for; not doing it.1

f N. Phann, Misses Grace Winn Ethel '''he newly organized Kermatic Club /general merchandise in Lane, Kansas Then come next Sunday. I

Lee, Ethel Roberson, Nettie Newton, field the regular meeting Monday af- owned )J.)y T. L. Latham. Mr. would be back soon

Gertrude McCarson Helen Bass, Pa- '''ernoon at Mrs Bullock's studio, with Munger will close out the stock and BETHEL BAPTIST CHAPEL. I .

rah Clark and Mattie Belle Harris. he following members present: Mrs. j I will probably locate in Indiana his !

I No meeting will be held next week as S. H. Bullock, Mrs. J. I). Clark, M rs.1H. I!I former home. Mr. Latham expects to Sunday, July 2nd-Bible school will 1-IoJlo .

that date falls on the Fourth of July.The . C. Stanford, Mrs. Bert Bryan Mrs. arrive in this city by the first of July moot at 9:30: a. m. "Sunday. At 10:30 '

following Tuesday the club will Luther Farmer, Misses Inez Carson and will occupy his property.Mrs. the school wi\\ ,leave for a baptismal I You will want to be there

and Norma Griffin. The time 11:00 at the First
was service at : a. m.
;; be entertained by Mrs. J. L. Over- George W. Persons left on
spent with the routine of the club, Baptist church. Eleven persons are
I
.f street. C * concluding with dainty refreshmentsof Thursday for Savannah, Ga., where to be baptized. After the baptismBro. when the train arrives. Can i
she will visit relatives. In July Mr.
s GEIGERCARSON.Miss :' cakes and tea served by the host- Falls will preach an appropriate ,
Persons, of the Dollar Limit store I '
eases for the afternoon Mrs. S. H.I I sermon, this to be followed by the depend time-
will join her and together they will you ? on your
Mary Melissa Carson, daughter I!Bullock and Mrs. J. D. Clark. Theiostsses Ixird's Supper. Conveyances will be ,
Baltimore ,
visit and New York City.
of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Carson, and for the next meeting will be I at the Chapel for those to be bap- ? If
fix
They will not return home till' the piece it.
nwe >
Dr. Hugh S. Geiger were quietly married Mrs. Bullock and Miss Norma Griffin. tized, and for any others who can not can t
.. later part of August, as Mr. Persons .
at the home of the bride's n rents take the walk up\o the church. Can- u
PRISCILLA CLUB ENTERTAINED will select his fall goods during the
Thursday evening 8:30: o'cJ6ck. didates will please be at Sunday J' .,$ .t'

I' The ceremony was performed by the trip. school, or at least, be there not later ,
The members of the Priscilla Club
s Rev. Dr. A. J. Holt, assisted by Rev. "China Day" was celebrated at the than 10:30: a. m. Evening worship as '
enteratined Mrs. E. E. Wells' COLE JEWELRY
were by CO.
..t O. B. Falls. Only the immediate relatives Methodist Sunday school last Supdny. usual at the Chapel. Pastor will
Saturday at her home PossicI i
on avenue -
were present. A special program was rendered and preach at 7:30: p. m. Subject, "A

i The out-of-town guests included the time being spent in pleasant I was in charge of Mrs. J. L. Over- Voice from the Flames." Come and Jewelers and Optometrists
conversation and work.
Mr. and Mrs.! Brokaw of Orlando, Mr. pretty fancy street Mrs. II. M. Pfann and MrJ>. make the day great in spiritual .
Concluding the afternoon, grape juice W. L. decorated or ooo.oo OOOfO 0-00900- 4H> and Mrs. Starbuck, of Apopka, and Paulk. The church was things. 00 0 H >OoQ>
and angel food cake refreshed the
C Mrs. Edgar Oliver, of Savannah, Ga., I in a red, white and. blue color
ruests. Those were Mrs. II. DIES.
present MRS. D. I. K. SMITH
scheme. work in China
sister of the bride. Missionary O ooooooooooooo'ooo- oo
N
M. Phann, Mrs. J. McPhatter Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. Geiger left at midnight :l- was the theme of the recitations and
S. J. Senders, Mrs. F. Souders, Mrs. Mrs. D. I. K. Smith died near Unr r
A collection SAVE t
for a wedding trip to various songs. was taken for FERTILIZER
: H.' W. "Morrow, Mrs. H. N. Bratton, I missionary ion Center I last: Friday after a lingering -
points in North Carolina.; purposes.Mrs.
j Mrs. R. S. Floyd and baby Edna, illness, and the funeral services TREBLE YOUR YIELD OF FIRST-GRADE FRUIT
A more complete account of the
Julius Smith, Mrs. J. J. Hall, Mrs'j Conrad Bryan returned last were held at the residence Saturday BJ' Vn'r.Tn' Go.rr.nre.( ebrn.ul'. ... R aleay. ..d Scale
will .
Ij'i 1 wedding next week.AULTMANS '
appear :Hunger and Mrs. A. Cotterman week from Macon, Ga., where sue: afternoon by Dr. W. B. Witherspoon, of I : l C these pests hut la UNI-QUA.I.KI) ,In Its sprcadlsg: ; :
"ENTERTAIN.Mrs. small dau hter'Elizabeth, Misses I was called several weeks ago by t Did pastor of the Presbyterian church of qunllll Kills mites and rid "Id"ro" without' the and IId,111I stickInR -

,r. Dorothy Wells, Margaret Lesley, Vivian illness of her sister, Mrs. W. F. Mc- iaaiflrimee, interment being made in of soluble An odprless sulphur ac.nlln", preparation of great sinblllty therefore .

Floyd, Ethel Hall Myrtle Barber Gehe who is 'now rapdly recoveringher keeping longer than others.n .
r.t S. B. Aultman and Mrs. Henry losehill cemetery. c..t. .
a t.now I. 5-tl rrel 1.0'. 2* ..
('e. .
t; :Aultman entertained with. a pretty and Miss Petrie. health. Mrs. Bryan also visited She was Miss Susan H. Newberry t. .. ... A_'..... I. /141-.11. Lot.

i ,\ porch party Wednesday afternoon FOR MRS.eMUNGER E. C. Bryan at Marshallville Ga., and was born May 13, 1848. She was J5 AVOID coil.RU""PJTI1IiU. 0.11.. I. BY 3- .rrel I'SINU' 10.ot,Il J.A7-degree C..., 10 Inlt 154I-,1all.: 1It'I.PHlrll! 1.0'

et four to six o'clock where she was joined by her son Nathan D. I. K. Smith March 2 I. R b. APnl'KA. ,
,
afternoon from I married to Write for f.rth/r .f.rm.tlo.. ..d ..
RvoklH
complimentary to Mrs. C. G. Graham The members of the Reyal Neighbors > who has been attending Marya- .867. To this union were born rilne fiprmtlmf.

(nee Rose O'Berry, of this city), who lodge and a few friends enjoyeda ville College at Maryville, Tenn. ildren, four of whom survive, three FLORIDA INSECTICIDE & FUNGICIDE COMPANY

J? n l I U visitingr hen from Jacksonville. As "apend-t.ba.evening'! at the home Nathan will pack peaches until the I laughters and one son. Manufacturer ofGovernment Dlatrl1wUl'a of 4--*

tb*' cvaeta included the former classmates of Mr. and .Mr.., A. Cotterman Monday close of the season and! will then :.I One daughter is in South Africa and Scale Formula In....,.., Urne-Sulfur for Whitefly Spray Butted for Machinery- Especially

of Mrs. Graham' the time was night, as a farewell! courtesy to spend the. remainder of his vacation ,.here alb has labored asa' mission- for MelanoBe.Hit.... Red Spldcra. Scab and'BUREAU of ..Spray, JoIaterlal.Florida Grove and Bi/p-and S

..pent in merry conversation and Urs. M. Mung'er, who was leaving for here.Miss ; I Iry for twenty )'eari. or II'fIl'ORMAT.oill' oa, CITRUS TROUBLES

pleasant -reminiscences, varied with Indianapolis on Tuesday. The hours Cornelia Morrison, who has 4 1 Mrs. Smith was a member of the J. C. GROSSENBACIIER, Pathologist .

Sarfalcal numbers an4.readings, bj> thefnestV'udvelekioaii Tiers spent quite informally, t.heJuesbl been t attending\ aft hOfl- in Bosto Jhoreh of God. The family came APOf KA. "LORIDA (

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vFRlDA JUNE 30; 1918. THE: ,KISSIMMEE BALLET GAZETTE. PACES.klSSIMMEE .
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.! VALLEY CA.ZETTE' .*35-1-lnch Sea Island,\, good quality, Avocado pear tomorrow at Roges Charles: Stratman haa purchased( a rial race were:', Bryan, first ;choice,

.. T.l pbon. O.IL): 'r 7c' "o.-pard,' at-the'Quality' Store. ro'.. v live acre tract adjoining his property ,TRAMMEL'S BIG LEAD 19,536'second, choice, -1,141; ; 'total' for ,. ry
,
'1 I'I'J' 1" x at. Kipsimmee Park, from Z. A. Miller Bryan 23,283; 'Trammell, first choice R
Miss ToWnsend of Wauchula is Miss :Jean Thomas (a attendingthesummer
Pu Ushed Er ry Friday: By ; and will have Improved. .The.deal FOR' U.. S. SENATOR 37,15715Ie omt, choice '6,014, ,.total 'for
.. visiting her slater,. MrsR.,. G. .Jofm- school at Gainesville, ,
If. B. MAIinli A.B. U. veae! paxew. -
was made by J. 1Ilc batter, Trammell, 43,589; Gilchrist, 9,863;

J' 1 liOn," . ,".,. ..... : Goodyear Blue-StrcaW blcyd e ttjres Mrs Eddie '''Sun. f Wall; 14,404; Trammcll's lead, 20-:
...o..o Sam Story 9eft'1'uesdaay' tor Tav- -all\ *izes-12.50 teach, VBryai| Cycle Lancaster spent Tallahassee, 'Jung 27=:)Vh n' ,ithe.300.,,
v .. day here visiting the family of J. R.
'I ares, whet-a he will week visiting Cx*: : -. stat canvassing' board finished its I .
spend a ;
\ t Gilbert while en' route to her hoin _--_ -_ __ -____ Weather Report friend '_ work today and certiflcate.of the ,'
Dr. A. S., Vorkj) of Live Oak, waif in Orlando after visiting-relatives- for gave
official It' in
'\ E. & W. collars,,,quarter sizes, two a'business vl.itorin the.: ''cIty Satur- several weeks! in Plant City tho result return's for IT. was S. found Senator that the t fOR GOOD
for ,
25c, at the Quality Store day.
Charles Persons, who has been victor had won; by the'largest lead 'of
Following are daily temperqturea Mr and Mrs Dan Smith of Nar- When you order bread ask for "Buti
his
and ..preeipltations as reported spending two weeks vacation with) any candidate with more than one FRESH MEATS
by Government station coossee, motored over: to iKlssimmee. ter Nut," my by Reed's bakery. 24-2t: his mother and other relatives In opponent and that the governorship ,

.. at Kissimmee'! for the week end- on business Monday. Buy a bicycle.: We sell them for Buena Vista, Ga., has returned to his race showed the narrowest margin PHONE 208-W

Mac. Min. Raining Mr. and Mrs. DeMTilton Aldermanand ash or'or'installments. Bryan Bicycle duties at the Dollar Limit store. between the leading contestants of
j 1'hurHd3Y, June 29, i916:
\ : baby, Miss DeReta, and Fred' Co.; Dr. C. L. Hyatt left Saturday fora any of the r ces. In the Senatorialrace
__ _ _89 71 .93taturday
Friday the .
Bass motored to Orlando Tuesday. visit with relatives- North Carolina victor, Gov. Park Trammell,
Market
-
__ __88 79 The stork visited the home of W. Cody's
was shown by official count to have
SlJ1Ojd3Y __ __.91 7737 .Mrs. J. H. Byers left Tuesday for Mimms Friday night, leaving a fine and on the' same day Mrs. Hyatt led his,next highest ,
and opponent by mQre
children left' for> Lakeland to
:Monday ___90 78 _'JO Winter Garden te spend two weeks! baby boy. than 20,000. Mr. Calls' in
time with her plurality: SoutIissimmeeCRAYSTONE
spend sorte
___i.1 82 _35'Wednebday with her Mrs.. Brewer. parents.
Tuesday daughter, Eva W. A. Sessions, of Rosalie, spent a the Governorship contest'was 266. .
_ 95 81 with his sister Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Prcntis wentto The official .
few thisweek
figures the Scnato-
Mrs. Walter R. Lawson and lithe days on
i Thursday __95 .81 Jacksonville Monday' evening to
son, of Bf rmingham, are visiting F. Mrs. J. John. ____ -U"
ber of the Kissimmee Company of Na-
JI. Laws a and daughter, Miss Effie Miss Hazel Norton of Dundee
OCoOOOOOOOOOO wad
visit their Cecil who is
V son, a mem-
- -- - - La wson.
a week-end guest of her sister, Miss tional Guards in camp at Black Point.
"'> -< ooo 0 0 C. E. Y well, county superintendent Elsie Norton.
Mrs. Gay Livingston, accompaniedby
mady a trip to Crab Grass on CASINO.i i
"Butter .Nut" bread made
Buy hyeed's
her small son and by Miss Violet
The Local Field Tuesday to select the location for a 24-2t i
: bakery. Bullock, returned'Tuesday from Jacksonville
I knew I ; school building: ,there. '
A. W. Bailey and hill bride returned where Ihoy have been spending

...c-.; -" I I). G. Wagner and M. Tiller were Saturday from their wedding trip to the past ten days with Mrs. Livingston's TONIGHT!. -:- TONIGHT! 'i'iI
Himmf*-those who._visited the Kissim- relatives.:
File In,ui'unce. Se'; A.o:. Drought. Washington and Baltimore. Y
mce Company of National Guards at
I C. W. Griffin, M. Katz, W. II. Ar- I
A. 1 J. Gnfm i i of Cocoe, was a visitor the Black Point Camp Tuesday. Goodrich Black Safely Tread bicycle BIG COMEDY SHOWAND '
. nold and son Harry were thoiewhfe
in flu nty yesterday.'! tires (guaranteed for one year, among .f
I Julius Smith and "Pat" Johnstonwere $4.25 each. Bryan Cycle Co. went to Jacksonville Saturdayand

:....._ R. F. Mu'uire.; of Orlando, was a among those visiting the Kis- I *> spent Sunday at the State Carip I, \

r.. I IUMISS> visitor,. here yenlerclay.' simm-ce boys with the Ki.s.Himmee Miss Alva Fortner left ;Monday for I Grounds -visiting the members of tw) THAT GREAT SERIAL PICTURE e ,\!,
,
week's visit with her
grandparentsat
F. LI. KlltiJt.': | of..O"t.echoloee.City. !!company at Black Point, Suuday. I a Eagle Lake. Kissimmee Company National, - 4y

\iis. Monday; visitor. in this city. I J. R. Gilbert had the misfortune Guards. C'G--RAFT": :=

this week to lone his fine pointer dog, Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Cromartie, of I D. C. Thompson and wife accompanied Lb
.
and H. F. Holland
(C M.'hlullette section ALSO OUR FAVORITE PAT DREW
the Shingle Creek shoppedin ,
"Joe The animal accidentally ,
was by Misses Florida and Jennie,
of Orlando) were in the city Monday. the city Saturday.A ; ,, .w
run over and killed by an auomo- Maurta, of St. Cloud, were a congenial Assisted by ;,
;Mis. H.IMM Kouders and Mrs. W. li. ij
bile. of .
', complete line bicycle sun pert: ) motoring to Kissimmee' fora
Witht-rfpoon! spent Thursday :n' J. W. Wilder returned Wednesday 'dries. We have everything for thebicycle. Sunday visit with J. W. Thompsonand SEXTETTE, OF THE KISSIMMEt BAND x' ;
'I
Tampa. I I1. ('I evening: from Jacksonville, where he Bryan Cycle 1.0.I I family.C. 1, ,'fy

:Mit-v. l.oi; (Ktrstreet. is' visiting her I Ir. A. J. Holt left Tuesday for a W. Ward': and Miss Turville I loft 3rd Tick- 'j''
aunt. :Mi-, Cl( 1.) Cook, of Winter Kissim-mee Arcadia. He Beginning Monday, July Coupon
I I business trip to retu.ned Sunday for :New York, where they "
Ila ..m. Wednesday. will make their headquarters for the ets will be sold, and 3 Cash Prizes, First ri,

T. ;M 1.1111'. n prominent cattle !I J. 'n.I Kooney, sales manujfjr, andI Dr A. J. Holt turned Friday from summer. Mr. Ward was undecided Prize $5.OO Second Prize $3.00 Third .

deals') of, 'liimji.i 1 ,spending," the week. I D. Batchclcr, traveling r<'prel'l..nl'ati"l I Largo, where he just closed a suocessful I when he left just wheie ho would ; ; .

in 1 lb. 111 t > I > of the Florida Soft Phopliate two weeks revival meeting. spend the summer months, Prize, $2.OO, will be given away Saturday, \ '

..JulianV I uller and Harry Wad- & Limp Company, of O'alapent I BORN-To Mr. and Mr. P. A. Mr. and Mrs. C. E.eniIC\ of Nar- July 8th, to the ones holding the lucky i ;i.

I halii, <,fit: I'< ti'rOturir, were Monday (Tuesday afternoon in the city. Vans Agnew, of 117 Fisk street Jacksonville eoosse.>, spent a few hours here Saturday '{

vi'-itoi > 'in Kls.simnu'C. Leon Buss, Masses Margaret/ Bass on June 27th, a daughter. while enroutc for Tampa uumb s. If we please you, tell your '

.1. llatlL-ld. of Oakland, and W. U.ISrokuw : and Frieda l Riddle and A. J. Womach ""\ rs. Frank Wilcox left for Washington where they went for a weeft-end visit; i friends, if not, kindly tell us. j ", ;
with their son, Frank )Denig. They
motored Jacksonville: to
to Saturday
motored .
of Oilando, to'Kill-j
]>. C., Wednesday to spendthe ,
,
made the trip in their new Path. l
Wi-clnt, day huHiiU'KH. ( spend Sunday visiting the Killsimm..ecompany '
uniiiKf ( on I remainder of the summer months.
) finder.\
now located at Black Point, I' I
J. :11. WillMin, Jr., has just finish. (;o-cartll re-tired. Bring us tour
and sightseeing in the city. Mrs. F. E. Harrison, of Lakeland ,
the jiluntin if six acres of Natal i (go-cart tar or baby carriage and have be the bedsideof \
arrived Friday to at
J. K. Milliard of Ilillmrd'H Island,
Hit old Mann Bass place I II
IK ,11 I
Kiiith : them re tired while you wait. Bryan
her brother-in-law, 0. M. Long,
lost a fine! Duroc Jersey ROW last S? -' ;
FrankT (;Jiaham, traveling solicitor The fine animal died Cycle Co. I who is seriously' ill at his home near
urday morning.
/
for the Tampa Tribune, rejfisteitil from overfeeding. She left a litterof j His. James M. Johnston and her Peghorn. Mrs.'! Harrison will l he remembered I KILL THOSE PESKY INSECTS !

at th Irayston; Hotel Monday. eight pigs just two days old. Mr. mother, Mrs. Reese, left Tuesday to as having been a resident I II.

:Mi.A It. Graham and daughterlift / Milliard hopes to be able to'Buve all visit relatives in Orlando for a few of Kissimmee about fifteen years ago. I I. .,, fX'

yesterday I for their home in JuckyioTvillt of the pigs days. The many friends of Mrs. E. L.
End the troubles of Live Stock Trees and Plants .' \
after a visit with relatives\ Mrs. W. G. Hankins and children: Chapman in Kissimmee. will he pleased ;, your ; .
V. W. Goodrich left last Friday for '.
v i '
hu.. I' left Monday for LouihKUrg, N. C., to hear of her improvement in I (
Louisville, Ky., to accept a positionas ,
i of these
health after four months illness. On by using some :
.1. Emoiy Rubh, formerly a residentof i embalmer with an undertakingfirm : where she' will visti her mother for I .
:
Thursday, June 29th, Mrs. E. C. Wray '
Kishimme-?, hut now of Lakeland, near there. Mr. Goodrich is a some ime. -""
and Mrs. E. L. Chapman left for Daytona : 'poWDiit--
was a visitor here Thursday afternoon graduate of the Barnes Embalming Mrs. S. Dean Howells left latThursd'ay : COOPERS SHEEP DIPPING'- !
Beach, Fla., for the month of
.. School at Chicago and has had sev- to spend several days with July. Yy

: Mrs. M.. D. Alexander will entertain eral months practical experience. her daughter at her farm, "Tipperary LEAD ARSENATE ( Both Powder and Paste) "rM
'
4 the member* of the Priscilla club ; Fancy dress ginghams, 12 Uc and ," near Orlando. Miss Hattie Lou Llttlejohn, of / r* \'

at: attractive country home .to-. 15c kind' 9 He, at tjie. Quality Store Bicycle repairing. Bring in your Gaffney, S. C., is visiting) hoer uncle, EUNGI-BORDI: ( '
'. 'her J, B. Dillard and fam,1yMiss Lit- ( Dry+Bordeaux,Mixture ) .
afternoon.
>.; m Lawgor/ old bicycle and let us repair It for .
Miss Bessie left' Mond:1Y'lor : tlejohn has been enjoying an extended i
Miss Dessie White, of the Dollar will you. Our prices are right; our work 'some time in
Madison, Florida, where she trip, including spent PYROX
; /fr' Limit store, will leave Saturday for enter summer school. En' route to guaranteed. Bryan Cycle; Co. I Rome and Atlanta, Ga., Gainesvilleand

Jacksonville, where she will spend a Madison, Miss Lawson stopped in Mrs. A. J. DeGraw, of Zephyr Hills, Ocala, Fla., before arriving at

week visiting her sister. I Jacksonville to visit the State Campat spent several hours here last Friday Kissimmee. We have them in large quantities "

while route to St. Cloud, where' f
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Neimeyer, Miss Black Point.Kissimmee en F. G. Duke, Cal Buckles, Gerald I"i

Annie Neimeyer, Miss Lucy Pierce I Rebekah Lodge: No. 42, she went on a business trip.H. Ashton, W. I. Bowen and Clay John- i and demann.

'and A. J. Woipach composed a merry 'I. O. O. F., will hold installation of C. Utley, representing the L. R. ston, Jr:, were among those who wentto can supply your :

automobile party which visited Alta- officers on .the afternoon of July 7th, I IA. Book Publishing Company, with Jacksonville Sunday to visit the ,

monte Spring Thursday afternoon. at 2:30: o'clock, ,at Fraternity hall. headquarters at Jacksonville, was a State Camp Grounds at Black Poi it, .
r
,
Mrs'! I D. L. Rice and daughter, Miss All members are requested to he pro: Saturday visitor in Kissimmee. i where the Kissimmee Company of

Marie, of Washington, I). C., arrivedat ent.-Mrs. Annie May Alderman, recording Senator Arthur ,E. Donef :and' :National Guards was in training for DON'T FORGET THAT WE HANDLE GARDEN SEED ; :

the Grayiitone Monday and was secretary. Pat Johnston were among the Kis- duty on the Mexican border. .. ,

joined by Mr Rice Wednesday, leaving I La Vests Dandy at lOc at the Qual- smimee visitors at the State CampGrounds Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bryan and Mr. : u--_----=*= t.i. t.

: far the barbecue at Kenansville iy Store. near Jacksonville Sunday.F. and Mrs. W. B. Makinson motored to .

Thursday. I At a meeting of the Kistimmee fire C. Bryan and son, Frank, wentto Jacksonville Saturday and returned H.
Miss Mildred Lee left for Jacksonville department held last Tuesday eve- Jacksonville Monday evening: to Monday. They made the trip to vis- PALACE DRUG STORE .1
Mrs. L. B. I il the Kissimmee Company of Na-
Monday, meeting ning the following were elected to visit his nephew, Edgar, at Black
Sanford- toinal Guards, who were then encamped -
Forte, of Orlando, at
temporarily fill the places of those Point They returned Tuesday night.
route and enjoying the boat trip for at Black Point training for i.
their
members who are now serving "
the remainder of the way.Miss Lee country in Company B, V. G. F,, at store 105 in Broadway.Kissimmee... Theonly We solicit bicycle your duty in the Mexican. trouble. SAM 6. RA6SDALE Prn. Pkon 41. "
returned home Tuesday Vf O W. WOXX W OO*' ***** *: : '-
Black Point: Geo. P. Gardner; T. J.
, patronage. Give us a call and get I' :
.. ,_ C. L. Willoughby, professor of the Shuman, Jim Goodman--, .Max Croxton, our prices. We will treat you right. PASTURE, NOTICE.To 1

animal industry department at the Joe Prevail and Ben Barber. Bryan Cycle Co. ,I.

State University, Gainesville, is"a President M. A. Kilvert, of the .All Whom it May Concern: ..oooooOtoo..o.oo.oo..o.... oo o. ....... . . . .. }
Paschal
visitor in the city today. Prof. Will- South Florida & Gulf R. R.:Co., .Baron George R. representingthe You are hereby given notice that \

oughby is here to give expert advice H. W. von Till, of Holland, and Mr. with Groover-Stewart''Drug headquarters at Jacksonville Company,, after July 10th, I shall lock all the I INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE: : 1 1Let ,

to those who are preparing to Ranson, peat expert of St. Augustine, in the'city Tuesday calling on gates on..the pasture, known as the I ,
was
build silos. Canoe Creek pasture. Anyone having' \
arrived in Kissimmee Wednesday
the trade. us insure your Life your Health, your Property.
business in said must apply
Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, Miss night ontheir way to Pine Island to pasture
!
Joel Yates at Canoe Creek or Oscar Information in to
to regard
attend the barbacue and celebration property for
Sarah
Ethel l Roberson, Mrs. Byrd, Mrs. C. F. Johnson returned Monday
A. Prevatt, Mills Ruby Prevatt, given in honor of the completion of from Paducah, Ky. where he went Simmons at Rosalie, Florida. Up- sale and rent cheerfully given. '

Joreph Prevatt and Jeanette Prevatt the new railroad to that point. They with Mrs. Johnson, her mother and on such application either man will i
with into the and if In addition to fifteen other good companies we
pasture ,
motored to Winter Haven and Bar- were traveling in Mr. Kilvert's Buick children. They will spend the sum- go you *
you have anything in there they will I now represent the well known ;
tow today in the Roberson and Prevail car. mer there. ,
gladly assist you in getting it out. All
automobiles. Dr. A. S. York, of. Live Oak, pent!\ Fred Bass returned Monday from parties found in the pasture without HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York ,

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lesley and children several days here last week the guest Jacksonville, where he went last Fri- permission will be punished to the' I>>. G- WAGrNERSecond

, Lewis O'Bryan, Misses Mildred of his brother-in-law, M. M. Millar. day to visit the Kissimmee Companyof full extent of the law.OSCEOLA :

and Ethel Lee, Miss Marie Huddle Mrs. York who is visiting relatives National Guards who were in campat CATTLE CO. I Floor Citizens Bank Eldg. lOssimmee: Fla. :

Kton, Mr. and ,Mrs. L. H. Ingram, at Pinecastle, motored to Ki&simmee Black Point.E. By Pat Johnson, M nagcr. .oO 000000060000.Ooo ooo.oo.oooooooo oooo..... .. . JI.
daughter, Mis Irene, and their Sunday and spent the day here. She
M. Brown, of Dotham, Ala., M
guests, Misses Cornelia Morrison and I will come later for an extended visit.
Elizabeth Woods spent Wednesdayat : She was accompanied by her son, here as relief ticket -agent at the A. I.
C. L. Depot. Mr. Brown is well
'Fred, who was recently ad '
Wekiva
Springs.J.
I the practice of dentistry at themeetling pleased with this city and may be SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFECT

M. Johnston, who is a memberof of the State Dental Association* permanently located here.E j '
Company B, Second Infantry, N. f held'in Orlando. ===== AT THEGRAYSTONE===== 01 3
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A. celebrated his
G. F., now in camp at Black Point. I Niemeyer -
Wnear Jacksonville, is home on a tenT Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Livingston birthday Saturday evening with a '

days' furlough to attend to business moved this week into the bungalowon smoker at his pleasant home on HOTEL.

<>l r Batters. Jim was at his duties as Emmett street recently vacated byJ. Mitchell street entertaining the en-

+,;. Deputy Clerk of>j the. Court today. and, Wade.Tucker and :family. It IB tire memher hip of 'the band and a $10 Per Week and Up. r'
busy telling his friends about :military understood that Dr. Derbyshire and few friends. Informal musical number / ,

life. Hs says that all the boys family will return to Kissimmee from were enjoyed throughout the

: getting along nicely nV that St.. Petersburg to occupy their .residence evening and a "Dutch lunch" was O. C. PIERCED, Manager SV

camp at Black Point is an ideal which has been vacated by Mr. served to the guests About twenty- er

ff.are s and M... Livingston., five were in attendance. I .

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Kissimmee Valley Gazette j jzens of your community.as possibleresent at this FIGHTING THE FLIES.

v' 1 convention, so that we may, start, along the right -.- .

....1..... Bvvrr Frld.y. hoes Yours in this for"GET"FLORIDA TOGETHER"FIRST.) movement.LAST AND ALL Here are some rules for fighting the fly menace Notice To Readers .j

.M** I*, Taller. (i...... U.ildl.b. |Kl.iMAHRIS __ Fl.. THE TIME which have been promulgated by. the State Food .

,. Commissioner bf Illinois, which ought to be heeded !"
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W .. AND R. O. VAN! AONKW, OwmetWK. .
Jf' E. X A HULK, E..... ..* M...**.. OSCEOLA COUNTY FAIR ASSURED. right here in, Kissimmee: noa..eai- i
r--: I. Don't buy food from dealer who refuses If you receive. a copy of tkq Valley Gazette and are a . (
......rt..I.. _.... That Osceola county will soon be in a position to fight the fly. any dent of the State of Florida, you need not feel that the paper il i being ,1. ':

.d On. Copy On. Year ......................... $1.BOOn thrust upon you )'thout you having subscribed for it.;
Oo .Y. Six Month. 1.00 to hold an annual f fair or display'ot? its products is 2. Don't purchase fruits or vegetables offered .
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.. VIM Copy, Thrt. Month __.___...________--- -' .71 I f for ale unscreened. If yon are not/regular subscriber, the paper i is being tent you
now practically assured. at an adTertitemert of Kiuimmee'and Otceola county and the tub
3.
Don't
All comrriunlcatlona. except: from our authorized Without! any great amount of agitation $4250of patronize any dealer who hauls your cription is being paid for by the Board of County Commissioners of -:s a
food
I through the and
mu.t be ltnd by th. streets alleys
rmpondent writer unprotected.
Rejected matter will not b. returned unle. called the proposed stock of $10.000 for a fair associa- I .4. Don't eat fresh fruits without thoroughly Osceola county from the Special Publicity Fund, prorided for in the

sj for.' tion. was subscribed in blocks of $250 -each. This waihirg or peeling them. tax budget each year. .
d It will be for several months with hte hope of. I1ter. .s'
tent to ;
was accomplished before the you
(Knt-e.-rd: In the rontofflc In Klenlmmee. Floridaecond'da 'i proposed organization 5. Don't throw garbage .or'refuse around the
.. matter>>> '- began steps to secure a charter. The proposed chair /house. eating you in this section of FI ridL If you are interested we invite, f '

-,ter is published in (his issue and temporary officers 6. Don't throw dish water and similar ; foil to write for further information, or you may, write to the Board t

FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1916. ,have been named for the purpose of organizationonly. .1 the tard as this "draws" flies. slops m of County Commissioners, Board of Trade of Kissimmee Board of Trade : t
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As the charier is of St Cloud or any of our advertisers.We j
---..- soon as granted the stockholders 7. Don) allow flies to get on baby. '
Lei's lick Mexico. will hold a meeting and select a board of I I, $: Don't allow your neighbor to be careless hope that yon will read the Valley Gazette each week and .4( k

.. ..- I'directors which will name the permanent officers. about flies. that we may be the means of bringing you here.as a visitor, if not asa 1

Then bulkhead Lake TohorJekaliga. An active canvass for other stockholders will 9. Don't forget to notify the local health officer permanent resident or ali investor. ':

?' be made al once and since such a large;( proportion of any fly nuisance. Remember if you are, not a subscriber and are a non-resident
-- : :- of the stock has been subscribed by those able lo I I in this connection a recent bulletin of the State j of the State of Florida, no charge will be made to you for the subscription j
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While we are at it why not do both at the same take blocks of $250 each it u believed that} practically Health Board of( Florida says : which will be paid by the County Commissioners.e" .

ti -- time. . : the entire capital stock can be sold soon. al Flies the everyday kind that about I .
swarm
. us
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though it has been planned to ahead w.lh all .
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go: in clouds as dense as we will permit--used to be - .
We're getting a little bit tired of urging lh.il arrangements as as half of the full n''I
: soon amount
regarded merely nuisances that had endure .
F same slogan week. raised. I as we to :-<; -0, }i.{w")rt+' 7 r fsM:_D O t.6+-..G{><--x: ; +h_+S-: 0 0 0 0
every [because; couldn't
: we help ourselves.But .
-,- --- <"The Valley Ga/elte is glad to see such success science took the matter and showed that

. a We expect our readers! are. loo but we try to attend the cffoits made for a fair OClatlOn.Ve (flies, were an unsuspected up cause of( a lot' of trouble I i SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE

Z. vary it just a little and that ought to help some.However .' have l believed (for a number of years thai it would that no one had been able to account (for It discovered I

I- : --- be of mOle benefit, to hold a fair; of our own than that they are filthy beyond any descriptionthat I AND OSCEOLA COUNTY f fi

until.! the work is actually started we lo,contnhute to the holding( of (fans in oilier. cities could be. put m punt and get by the inspectorsof i :!: rI

"',' mean to keep the idea fresh within the minds of We should! leap the benefits which acciue from the Lnited -'Mates mail service. In comparison: i I .;-:..:.:-:_:_:+:..:..c"H--:+:-:-:-:-**->-:":":-:.';-:-:..:+:H-: :--O-C->< :

.: every newspaper readeuT1 exhibitions such as this instead of letting( them ?o the pig and chicken and buzzard are models of I "
: :- to others. cleanliness NJsMMMl: HVM: : ) .\ HI(. JlII'I Mate of 11"1' ')" IS to mini to fur-
(for
they delight! in morsel I that these
i; At last t we have found It. Oflen wondered h II t Every I cituen. . of the county who I is able, should items of creation: would turn (rom.Vor \ that peculiar looking word was that the printer subscnbe for Ins of the stock and lend I TheOilanilo( Sentinel 1 of last InJ ,
; |ropoition a that they carry with them. on their (feel! and bodies, slid/
sometimes slipped into our copy. You've seen it, hand to boost the Fair Association in every way those of disease that breed in ''day J; ."aid) : "Tlw 1 Kissimmee baud .
microscopic germ: I \\ til, ,0> '.:1') j id ei onormc
spelledMjicibis"ETAOIN". We thought it .was possible. filth and piead contagion when they come intact "sc\ttttc' 'l'nd.c: <1 .everat,! musi'il\ .
what In ttcMinc'i nr t of tinMate til hope of
i is
only the printer called "pi", but we're 1
vvrorftf -- ---- with humans.And '
selections
at theI I Lu.rne thenlei la.tI '
Looking over a battle map of Europe the other day PAPER COST SOARING DAILY. I yet we most of us c.mplacently toler- I I - Jill food( iti/tn ; n"w. th '" ,*font, l b.* it

t i we (found it. It's a (town in France where the fighting i I ate these pests t ; we permit them to breed and mul- I, ,evening iwnl I uas accorded, ) tieniMclous I ."Kcsohcd. ) that the I-( ) 'c'il.i ('attleiiK'n's '.
s ,+ is fiercest. Now if could find that I appluuse. The numlic-rx were; '
we other one Som" idea of the problem which the tiply, infest homes the food .
newspapers l to our to light on we < (invention/ at Ki "snnm e, June

-- HRDLU"-we'd be satisfied. are facing today may be !gleaned: from the fol- eat and on the skins of the babies and we make' I extremely appropriate. nncl highlen, !K, I'tlii;, most t heartily i'mli themovement -

.- lowing well written explanation of the situation only feeble and tertuining It to IIP that
; protest by screening against; them ., I is hoped v\e ,, .
/ Mr. Hennery Ford of .flivveiyfame, refuses to 'which appeared recently in the Atlanta Georgian : 'not by destroying their breeding: places. |I will again have the pleasure of hearing I nobeing) mil" 1 I'i info iii ,)

(to allow his employees to fight for their country Won- '']: Not only is white paper (far and away more ex- I Ninety-five per cent of( all the cases of typhoid this l fine sextettin thy very near hill of the people' of th' .t itcas. to I. f
t J
der how the "pea...:-a-any-price"( flivver maker pensive today than it ever was before and likely. to fever originate through insect infection and most future Such OrKani2.atlons'ar... a.the. pvrmious: effect( ol in r\'r, tick

J :,; would act if a foreign foe should suddenly march go still higher m price but the gravity/( of the situ-.I of them through flies We dread the visitation of I'I credit to .themselves and their city (..' on the health growth .UIt! mortality Ii

"y down from Canada in the vicinity of the flivver, factory ;,: atom is still further increased by reason of the fact the disease, but we are indifferent to the probable iof I (cattle and )be it "a j

? ? Do you suppose he would refuse to let Uncles that it may become a pressing problem in the near I cause. Recent investigation seems indicate that The Central Florida Interurban I "Resolved. that \ve (plcdn,. ourselves -

Sam soldiers protect his plant ? Suppose strikers !future as to whether newspapers will be able to get infant paralysis, which is increasing in the United ;i Railway Company of" ( "imm..e. his. ,' to support tick .r.id"etton at

should threaten lo destroy his plant do you think ,('white paper at all. I States with alarming rapidity is caused by been incorporated They will build : all times .b> every m -ani,, at our command I

he would allow the National Guardsmen to protect Every agency of the government that may be borne infection, and other most serious ailments fly-j 300. miles of road in Osceola. Orange: i I until Florida I is ire from fevrtick.Florida ; '

.,I it? 'I put into operation under our present laws as wellas I traced in part at least to the same sour e. and Seminole counties. Florida I Groan;, ,

R -: :- every contrivance that private enterprise can I The fly nuisance can be removed. At least it I G I rower |I -e: .
i Some 200 )business ni'ii raid cuttl4-
The Pensacola News suggests in order.to gel the suggest, is al work seeking/ to relieve this distressing can be so controlled as to lose the larger 1 a'-l.of Signs have been ordered placed at I a
raisers of Florida hit u i tie-Ink
exact expression of the voters in the primary that situation in as large measure as possible- but al i, its This is no Utopian dream I all intersections of. the main roads in j I I
iar4emonstrated |! eradication rally at K.is4ninue! \ lavvetk "
'i all electors be required to cast a second choice vote. least results be ,
: It fact. the
cannot expected to particularly ] Destroy breeding .
I (Osf ola county by the Superintendentof It was the tirst con ,il\t niee'ing
The News says: "Plurality nominations under the advantageous or helpful. 'places and vou will destroy the fly. and the destruction -
' Roads Florida Grower; I i
I in thstiitc of idmation
Bryan law could be avoided by requiring\ electors\ I The newspapers are being put to it as never of the fly will be complete 'in proportion to the - looking to the.it' I tnk S.r..1 \"
.to express a second choice in contests where thereare before in their history to meet the demands of ,thoroughness with which the breeding places are I'I'I The South Florida & Gulf railroad, ,-
of the government! "at iltaU l depaitment
than three
more candidates This could be enForced their constituencies and to supply to the public that eliminated. a new company chartered fat Kiasim-i .
ofTuialser,' "t DrV
by throwing out ballots in any case wherea quality of output the public demands and has a mar, will begin! operations on 25:\ mil<.- iui. ::1
\ I F. lilackmnn\ ,nli ,t of thv- '
second choice is not indicated if a first choice is right to expect even admittedly the stated necessities -1 PAY OF SOLDIERS. 1 of trackage" from KenunsvilV to I'r'ntrie pr ,
voted. It cannot be proved thai it would be I , I loinla' Livestock A"-.i atMin. 11 v lew' t-
, possible of strict i Ridge June 2 .
economy. ed the c-noimoiis' losses sustui .ied I i.
h under the old two-primary plan to prevent minority : Every avenue through which white paper maybe Since TiYeTTocal: company of f National Guardsmen- ably be' extend to Fort Hassenger, bythe
cattle raisers of t hlate the ,
or plurality nominations. conserved therefore is being closely guardedfor were called for service and left for the Black Point' later on. -Florida (dniwerA ; as .'
c = result' of the ravages of the tick an4
: :- I not only i's it the duty of to meet grounds near Jacksonville there have been -ti- i
newspapers camp !
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"new eompay"known as the Kis declared that "what we want 11 not
Jacksonville in Honor\ of the mobilization of the full requirements of the service imposed upon many questions as to the/ pay of soldiers. The following (
simmee Oil Company has been organized eradication of the tick from, one
1 state. troops near that city for service on the Mex them but it is a matter of pride with them as well will show the pay of the various classes"of, any
in that city and will shortly farm, any township or ne county
ion border took any $
on a patriotic appearance the .,
as. hold the standard. '
t to everything up to maximum fighting men : ,
result of the : .. resume, the work of boring for oil on but what wo. must have IH the complete
following
proclamation from Mayor Practically without exception eVery -material en- Brigadier General..$16.67 a day. ., the east shore'of Lake Tohopekulign, tradicaiion of tha cattle tick
-Bowden: "Owing the fact that President Wood- into the manufacture of white has ad- 1
} tiring paper Colonel. $11.11 a day.
which was begun Rome time ago.:: The from the whole of Florida To oliN,
s, row Wilson has called out the National Guard bf vanced within the past 12 1.0 18 months from 50 to i Lieutenant Colonel. $9.72 a day.
i is to be at lain this, Dr Blackman there
F the various and new concern incorpnrated:!? > argued ,
mobilization
states is in
now process 300 per cent i Majors $8.33 a day. $12.0()(+Florida (;row('". must be co-operation He said' th 3 t
__ ; with the possibility of actual war between this Inks were never so high;( and the increase in'' Captains $6.67 a day. .) I commissioners. tha state .:;w"
- county legis Ji.
d t country and Mexico which is likely to lake place price of materials used in the art department ((such I First Lieutenant $5.56 a day. I II. Clay Stanford of Kissimini-e, Uture, the state board of health or I

in the near future, as patriotic and country-loving as zinc) and in composing room (such as linotype Second Lieutenant $4.72 a day. Fla, corrects u statement< made in a special I live stock board must work !

citizens, il seems to me' that a conlmual display of metal etc,) has been positively staggering I Privates 50 cents a day. .I "The Dixi"; Highway" to the effect together with tho individuals and tho t. J

the American flag would be most appropriate and I Some of the chemicals absojutejjf indispensiblein Privates in hospital corps 53 cents a day. I that the Orlando-Kissimmee road is I federal government in the .

f, I call upon our people to cause to be displayed" our the art department have gone to alTbut prohibitive j First-class privates in engineers or signal corps. being put in condition for winter tourist of tick eradit-ation.-Avoh campaign Park I 1 ;
national .
emblem as conspicuously. as possible. prices s 60 cents a day.Corporals I travel. Press -

4 -"' '_ !I, The public is intensely and vitally interested in of infantry, 70 cents a day. i "This road" said Mr .Stanford!., "is -a- IOn

A"I..J"ALL: FOR FLORIDA." these mailers because the daily newspaper is an Corporals of engineers, signal or hospital corps. one of the best brick highways in the June 2' th in Osceola county wi'l'!! rl

-:- altogether indispensable institution and never.'perhaps 80 cents a day.Sergeants I :state, having been l finished for more l he celebrated tht opening of the South

31r The Florida East Coast Chamber of Commerceis in the history of the newspapers was it so of infantry $1 a day. I than thirty days ,1 also wish to say" Florida and Gulf railroad. Twenty- 1 k

fathering a movement for the organization of a 'vital' factor in every day life as it is t today. Sergeants of engineers, signal or hospital corps I he continues..., "that Osceola county i six miles of the railroad will be open- }

State Chamber of Commerce. The letter sent out The great European war the greatest in all $1.20 a day.Battalion. 'has vot-d bonds to the amount of ed at that time although the entire i

from the headquarters of( the organization al Miami history-has entailed upon newspapers a tremendous sergeants majors of field artillery | $400,000 to build a brick road from length will of course be much greater d

is good food for Florida boosters such as live in and extraordinary expense-but the public chief trumpeters and principal musicians, $1.33 a : f):issimmee to Melbourne via St. I The significance of t the fact is i

Kissimmee and Osceola county. It reads as follows: j must be kept as' fully informed as 'h the progress of day I IClovd. The work will IK- finished this ( that the opening of the lino will mean f

bound-] ,i that gigantic struggle as is possible and so the expense Quartermaster sergeant first-class sergeants ser- summer so as to have the connections the development of the virgin .acres. of }

is incurred and paid. geant majors of signal, corps and first-class music- i ready' for winter tourists This will I Osreola. county acre lhr.will\ bo \

along every line. I It is' safe to say that with these extraordinary. tans.. $1.50 a day. (j give a splendid short route to the rich in products of all kinds as soon 5''

rr Her resources are limitless-and we have but i expenses added lo the tremendously increased cost i 1 East': Coast. Our people are most enthusiastic as they are made accessible f

; "scratched the surface." With]. the development A! of the white paper and collateral items, the reader'is ser-geants over the great number of Some one once said that transportation J

+r; our rich farming land her mineral resources herS gelling from the newspapers of the country today I autoiits;, it will attrac to his jteetlbn" is civilzation Niithi, ,n,/:; can be ':

:growing live stock industry and her unsurpassed far and away the 'greatest value for the price he a day. ]t -The. "Dixie Highway" more true for Florid since it his *

i? icitros industry she is destined to take her place as pays than ever before-and far greater than he had -- -
> 'One of the greatest if>aet- the greatest state in the any right and any time to expect or even anticiuate, MAKE GRAPEFRUIT JUICE A NATIONAL DRINK I Osceola County I'rogresHive. of the means to take peiplc,, into the f
Union. land I Osceola cf>unty won new laurels forprogressiveness I country and their \ '. ut t< the '
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really far .more than he is entitled to. from -.- prplm1 >
We must get together and build upon a sure and the standpoint of strictly good business and commonsense i One of the most delicious drinks now being I last weak I when. the markets that bus m'>de almo all of f fsouth .

k; sound foundation in order to make the most of our served at local soda founts is grapefruit;( juice, large l first county meeting in the .campaignof Florida possibl Tninsportation f

of opportunities.. We must co-operate and by our concerted I I The newspapers are carrying a tremendous quantities of which are now being shipped by an I| education looking to the eradicu- means, everything which we co-i-

-i action give 10' Florida her rightful plare financial burden from which the public directly benefits enterprising Jacksonville druggist to New York and_ tion of cattle lick was held] at Kissimmee. pert with th.idea of iviliyation Itmeans '
Between 1![0 and 200 I'
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h'' among the Slates.f I I in astonishing measure. i the demand for the healthful beverage is rapidl' them p r-I I development tit unused resources ,.
f California her rapid advancement to sons, among many women of u country it mem. the education -
owes.. a Just how much longer the newspapers will be the Tampa Times t-
tit well organized SI.-te-Chamber of Commerce. Georgia -I able to bear this strain i is problematical but cer- increasing We know says of no drink that is more healthful re- interested in the business of cattle I of sequestered communities, F

I has a Slate Chamber of Commerce' which is doing I atmly they are deserving of( the greatest t measureof fresr-'iiv; ; and | ,alatable, and if properly distributed attended rai"inK. either the directly or it 'means bringing labor to the placet ;

wonderful work as are similar organisations inN commendation and thanks for what they have and uclvrrtis'd t throughout the country it would in ,' meeting indire..tly.//tat) need development, it provides i

other States and Flonda must not lag behind. been able to do and for what they have done so far. '!years< (to come rival even coc '-cola in popularity. I II 'I were made\ by Hr) E. M I means-for. freeing tho congestion of ['
Bureau of .
ti At a* meeting of. the Florida East Coast Chamber -: - ---- : : -._, Florida annually lose thousands of( dol' I, the Animal Industry, U. S j I certain: district for the settlement of 'f
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growers
of i iF
: Department Agriculture, Dr W. lothers i .
ofCommerce in Jacksonville last April a movement SHORTAGE OF "S" SORTS STOPPED STORY. ilar. through having, no method of making profitable IInd..uninhabited ones. It *i*
I Blackman, president of the Florida .
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t. form Florida Chamber I I means supplying more ilerial &
to a of Commerce was rdi of their grapefruit culls, and doing so for j&
i "position I Livestock *.
Association and 1 I.
t' instituted and all civIc and commercial organiu-I 'Sir Samuel Simms saw sweet Sarah Samson ihn.ugli thesolution' sale o! grapefruit juice seems to offer ] I !the world's mllrkets Ju.d bringing the Lt,

lion. of( the Slate are urged to send swimming Suddenly she seemed sinking: Sir:; 'I'A of the problem. The subject is one that i]| Sutherland Cattle Tick Eradication manager of Committee the Florida of I(goods of other:: countries within the ?[',

i.. con/en'ion' lo be 1 :ld in Orlando. July lllh 12th Samuel stood stunned. Striding seaward spurning Is well worth i'MiMderation of officers of the Florida'! the Southern Settlement reach of all. T6> ,f\
confer the best and !I Ir II :: and Devel- I Florida above all needs the d..velopm..nt -
and 13th to as to ways means shingle. Sir Samuel swiftly swam Sarah-wards. Sir Citrus Lxr'ianpe.: | t
,'f r accomplishing/ this |, opmen "Orgamyntion of her means of transportation j,"
w purpose. Samuel skillfully supported swooning Sarah. Swimming Grapefnnt' )wire has every qualityMhat one could i The concrete result of the
We will have with us at that time, Mr. Edward : shorewards. Sir Samuel successfully succored) I desire. Let'sT.iake it the national "soft drink." meetingwas I whether railroads or more and ,
the of the ,
.; - Young-Clark. Secretary-Manager of the Georgia I Sarah. Seeming somewhat shaky. Sir Samuel sam- passage following resolutions j j j better roads, Her complete r-osourcis ? '
l' Chamber of Commerce who will'tell how I unanimously They were will never be on the for full development ,
State way
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us Scotch. GERMANS'
t.. I pled some spiritsspecial' WHERE THE BEAT THE ENGLISH. drawn by Mr. !>Sutherland and presented i f
that organization was effected and about the wonderful Sarah Sir Samuel's until this country la a network I
self-sacrificing spirit.
saw I f The English' are woefully lacking in one quality at the Close of the meeting by I of r
work it i. accomplishing Some of the results j: Sir Samuel Sarah's Sir Samuel railways and roads that -
saw sweetness. soon I which the Germans possess to the extreme. The C. A. (Carson who
presided the
1 of I their work will be illustrated by several wels of i sought Sarah. Striding slowly Sarah siged softly. 'Germans know the value of publicity, and so they I meeting The resolutions read over as I the reach time to should every part of the state. If-C: f '

notion pictures. Sir Samuel seemed speechless. with their of naval ever come when ele't
rushed iivto.print story an alleged follows: trie lines v
This movement is "ALL FOR FLORIDA"-first. "Say something.! Sir Samuel." said Sarah. victory, realizing that a lie well told and stuck to Whereas, the Texas fever f, or eat- "'[ ,cross trolley the- might cross and" re- w
state
last and all the time. Our key note should be and "Say "Sam.; Sarah." said Sir Samuel. will keep miles ahead of the truth for a f long time.A tie tick is the greatest enemy of cat- M then Florida and traverse Its length

+ nust be HARMONY and CO-OPERATION. We Sarah smiling shyly softly said. "Sam." lie travels{ with the wind ; the truth like the tor tie and /jj might. begin to appreciate A

e' .,t mutt get together and-worlc together for the comjnan "SarahSally. stammered Sir Samuel. "Sweet toise. The English didn't appreciate the importanceof "Whereas, the cattle (industry is csscntial :I)for development.The truly her tremendous. possibilities li
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jpoocL;. ;, Sarah--sweetheart," ; publicity and first impressions, and therefore to the general development of South
It it" that all sections ofthe State cooperate Sarah surrendered. I Florida and Gulf railroad ; +
; necessary solemnly delayed their report until after' the German misrepresentation diversified agriculture, and I i ripening U
s to make this movement a success; and you (Printer's remark :"Pleace clop thic; we are had created a world-wide false impres- "Whereas diversified agriculturemust a sign of that greater'development '. iJ'

-;; are. again Urged. t to have as many representative cit- chort of e ce..")-Tit-Bits., / sion.-(\\1anufacturers Record. '' be the bed-rock on) which the J Herald. which is coming.-Miair'l

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TREES PLANTED BY :MAE r r to. county .__i__ _.....---.- 40 10 Which costs most: ..!'
F FARMER ISOUTWITITFAGTS Procwiings of tfe : rno. Crosby, re1'ns-lo.t mul __ 1Walker 00 ., ,; S
,- t 4k Htlllard road tlsse
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. at Basslnger .--!? n___... TO ME. painting or waiting ?
Washington machine which K. Fairbanks' cow peas P. F,- 10 00
I A. K. Vance, book to T\ F._...... 4 B.
plants from '10-to 15 thousand forest CountCommissioners F.'J.' pampbell rd wk Baslnsr 1 50 After.your' house needs painting; erery

A, B. Hanlerson same -.....__., 20 00lo
tree seedlings 'a day Is''now I : beingused ....Butler. surveying for. co.._ B 00 year you wait it will require more t paint'andmore .
..0.- Jno.I H. Balsclen, sawdustlng labor it in condition. And
I HE FEELS '.'at' the 'Lctclworth Park Forest 'XUslrnm rta Jun I at Whittle' ;w___ -......_-....1( T7 ITlvsn to put good '
1. O. LANIER/SAYS/ If I5I'The
/ Bros Ibr Rasslnirer rd.._ I 14 erery year you wait.- our house is worth less
BETTER THAN'" HE HAS IN and Arboretum, in Wyoming'county: Board 'of Couhtr Commissioners Noah Bennett 8 dys work Has-
ip and for Osoeola.) county, FlorIda, ntvt singer road i __.____*-. _._, II 00 ( A little paint-money is good paint-insurance.' S ,
GOOD MANY YEARS400 BOTTLES N.: Y., according to officials -of the on the abOvs dat thrs talny present !:r. A. Wilhite, 'road work _:._.-r 1115 Siii9'
: E. I*, Lester Chairman; K y. Xdtnlrr, Olive (lore, road work. ....._ 11 28has. S
TANLAC SOLD LREADYr Forest Se'rnce who are acting as advisers A.' F. Baas. YounB-.TIndaU. W.'F. Walker Walker, road work .. .... 9 00
j Comnftnlonsrsr; John 8. ladtl. Attorney Carl Walker, road work ??- 11 25
in the woik. Previously the for the Hoard and f. I... Overstreet. Union Cypress Co., supi (oii. O. 187 14
.- J. O Lanter; a well fenewa farmer Clerk and Auditor. Union Cypress Co.r feed co. 1ms S72 60
planting 'ha. been -done by hand at' The .minute* of "ths regular meeting Champion Sup. Co., sup Co. R O. 107 10
"of, this county,,who !lives on R. F.:. D" May lit. A. I>. 1(16 and soecla.1 meet' 'Lupfer 1'.1 h..r. Karate. bill '
the rat* _of 1,200 to 1,500 trees each Inn of May Both, A. L>. ifS were read I -------------, 19 B5
No. 1'out of Kissimmee, made a state. and approved; I KIt*. vanJ1'v ;., shop work7 20R. ,
day man. '- Mr. u.o. L. WaUon rrpi4ssitatlr. I. Farmer rel. fee to State "
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per LEADANDZINCPAINT ( .
ktnent at Roberson's drug store a few of the Cont. Pub. Work, lit, Win. ... and Co. convention __.-_.___ IS 711 -
Tho machine was designed to set McDonald, representative of the Mc- tucklev A Morgan lumber .I *7f. w-w.- ,w waaa Lo..a 1J IA.4
'days ago that will no doubt attract Donald Const. Company, having preiented H. Lawson. shoes to R. O.::.. I 1(0(
out cabbage and tomato plants, but bids on the pavingof: :Mel- Mrs Julia Bass, sup. to R. 0._ 1 40
considerable Jocal interest. Mr.. La- bourn road. appeared before: the sceola Hdw. Co.. sup. to R. U. II fit I'
works equally 'Well with trees. It is Board and asked that If the boardlid May Stout Lbr. Co., lumber u_- 57Henry S '
:*vjiiex is one of the staunch citizens of not Int.nd'to let. the contract for the .Walker, road work ..._.. I 00
about the size of an ordinary mowing' pavingof. said road that the bid. aa F. M. Kdrls. Inspector .of election .74
-Osco la county and hi* word carries presented. by them be returned to them and return of ballot bxs 14 EO 4r. -p S
machine and ''is operated by three unopened. A. C. Uannon Inspector ______ 4,00 .
weight! .with all who know him either { I Mr. i* 1>. Frost Samuel B rummer, U. W. -'''..rtlc. Inspector __n___ 400 .
and horses. One drives
men two man F. W. Hill et al appeared. before the R. E. Willis Inspector and returning -
personally or by reputation. the team while the other two handle board In the Interest. at the St. Cloud- S ; ballot boxes u_____ 10 60 :
Melbourne rbadi 8. H. ...rtle. Inspector _.___n_ 4 00 .
..It'.an actual fact that Tanlac has the seedlings. The machine makes a [ After going over the matter thorouKhly I A. K. Bass. Inspector -___-'___ 4 00
.L A. F. Bass motion Randolph YounKV Inspector __... 4 00
". got me to fooling better than I've furrow in which the tree are set at which was seconded :-a'ieountl.K Tlndall W. T. Maklnson.. Inspector __ S 00 .
distance and automat- and carried.. that the board return all 'D. O. "' .lfn..... Inspector ___u_ I 00 .
felt for a good many years, he said, any desired nn bids received on paving of c H. N. Bratton Inspector ______ 8 00 '
"and I am perfectly willing to reoommcnd is device indicates where they shouldbe the reason that none of the :I't-.w: J. K. Lupfer. Inspector __n__ R 00 3.;
within the estimated cost of 1160.000.. 4. K. Kvans. Co. AKr. AKt./ ____ S5 ((>'0
it to everybody for what it's dropped. Two,metal-tired wheels The matter was passed to the ".,..tr..trul..r drover Chandler, sha-lnman S dys 4 00 .
down meeting(; of the board for further W. v.. Chandler. same 1 day.-. S 00 '
and roll the dirt firmly
done for me. I had a bad form of tpuah action. W. B. Crawford sal. I moa.

dyspepsia and indigestion and it around the roots This is a very desirable Mr. J. C. Adam., representative of prosecuting attorney __u_-_ 66 66 1 i.
the J. D. Adams Cos. road frrader. appeared P. H. Memeley road work, B.M ..- .
seemed like no matter what I would feature it is said, because the before the board and wanted to : 76 .
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sell them one of the machines, but the : r..rw li .m.same. ::::::: 75Chas.
in and let
take I couldn't get my stomach in trees are apt to die if this is not well price of said machine being over the . Campbell same __u____ S 26 Just as soon as your house needs painting, come

done Two attachments make it pos- amount- that the Hoard Is allowed to Will Thomas. -earn. __________ } 26Dan show how little it will cost to use DEVOE-
shape or digest my food at all. ; us you you
spend without advertising they declined Brown guard. ________ SS 00
"I'd have heartburn all the time sible ito place water and fertilizer at' to make the purchase;, and the 8. M. Roa-era. guard _u_________ 40 00 We say "DEVOE" because it's absolutely pure.That's S
Clerk was Instructed to .advertise. forbids J. W. Chalker guard. ________ ** 00 S
and my food would lay heavy on my. the roots of each seedling. Another on a Grading Machine. to be received kirs. 1. R. Farmer board of why DEVOE- takes fewer gallons, wears longerandcosts .

stomach and give me pain and a attachment marks the line on which the boardin at. the July.next regular meeting of I .Hagans 1':. Dalgneau un. Inspector-:. __nu el..eUon _-__ 400F. less by the job or by the yeai.

heavy, miserable feeling after almost the next row of trees is to be planted. Mr. K.: t. Oreen came before the and return ballot box.1 n" And that's.why we guarantee Devoe without reserve. _
board and showed. them a sample of A. J. 'Wllhlte. same ____u____ 4) 00 .
every meal. I was weak and rundOwn No cost figures are available yet. the 'slfrn hoards th.t.h.e agreed to "v. W. Chandler. same _u____ 4 00 5 i
make to be placed at the. various crossings e. B. Raulerson' same 4 OOM. W. B. Makinsori
but officials the cost will be much Company
from this condition, and after say on the public roads In the county 1:. Cox same ----_:::::::: 7 00Fl'
less than when the is done and made them price of 62 cents, 4 fllf.
planting a [ ) same
trying a good many things without -- g
each whereupon the. board InstructedMr. fi.J Buckley same :::::::::: 7 Kissimmee Florida St. Cloud Florida '
getting any relief I asked my drug- by hand. It is stated...that the machine L. K. Farmer to have the boards Henry Kvans. 4 no ,
be used land which oinde' and placed where necessary. [ H. H. Hull: a''u: :::::::::: 4 J"
can on
what do for it. any
gst to beforethe.
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Mr. J. K. Milliard appeared I ML.. Tlndall. same .-.n' '"
"lie told me Tanlac was the beat has been cleared and is not too roughto board and stated that the bardshould rc1. V. Ashton. sal. supt rd. cdic, 75 OOI.
allow Mr. J. M. Tucker of Fort I I. II. Farmer ....I. road supt 100 00
thing I could get and that it had been plow and harrow.!\'. Lauderdal. something for producingthe Ic. T. Sullivan Inspector election 4 (OO'
burly of Raymond Harris and after Ij. __ 4 00 :
W .mlI..1I same u -
helping: hundreds of peoplo right A bilious half-sick loss of some discussion of the matter upon I Lvnn DauKherty Inspector and C LOMELOYN} MfTES YOUR LIVER!
around Kissimmee I and feeling, motion, of A. H. Ban, seronded by'.VP.S '. I return h..lIot' box _. u. 1" "
so got some energy, and constipated bowels can be Walker and carried the board Instructed I T..N. Fnrr. same 4 00F. \
begun on it. I've taken three bottles th. (rerk to draw a warrantIn I il (illhert., salfl----------- 4 no
relieved with surprising; promptness by favor of the said Mr.' J. M. Tuckerfor I('. O. outlaw same --_ _._.__- - 4 00
how, and it certainly has done me a $30. and also to Mr. J. K. Hilliard I J. A. Hronnon. sam8! _-u-- B r>" SICK
HERBIME. The first dose MAKES YOU AND SALIVATES
lot of I don't have the using for brlnKlnK:' the body up to Klsstm- JW ('..lIln.. same-,_,UH_ 4 00 i
good. pains brings improvement, a' few doses puts f mee from Okeechohee, |3fl. I II H l...nler. same _. __ _._-__ 4 <110
and I'm The Clerk presented and read In 4 00 I
now feeling good practicallyall H. Ij: Itrown. same --
the system in fine, vigorous condition. open hoard a oeUtlon from Viola Nettles IS. R DoneBran. same ::::::::: 10 001W5 _
the time. Tanlac certainly is the asking the hoard to allow her !M Avant. same uu.____ J 00
Price SO. Sold by Oscecla PharmQ Y. hut the ____ 4 Oil
for her
something support I
best medicine I have ever tried." Commlll..lon..h.h..lnlC !advised .that thecity I N.II !H I I' lllount.Haulerson.sartle same- .udU u. 4 OOA. "Dodsoi's Unr Tom" Starts Your Urn I Tone tonight. Tour druggist or dealersells

When this case was reported to ass furnlnhlntc her living cxpens's II. 4-ox same ._ _p ___ _H_ C OIl you a 60 'cent bottle of Dodson's
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refused to .. hh... an> thing'I 11 Joiner sameII. ___ 4 00 : 1-iwr Tone under
J Hh. personal
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G. F. Willis Southern Distributor Mr.\\ The Clerk presented a bill from the C Krnnnon. sI(11-----------( 4 nO( Bitter nil dlonel and Yon Doit my money-
TARE LIVERLAX (J. A. K Hall for flu fur the rent of I r TlHon, same _._ _..__ 4 no back guarantee that each spoonful will
Tanlac at his Atlanta office, he the HAil Hall lo the county on i':. I. Lesley. extra oi! ,v com 4 ((0 Lost a DIJ'J Work clean. your sluggish liver better than a 't |
"The best evidence of a medicine's election day. After. ,dlsrunslnic/ the bill YounK Tlmlall.; samo - u' '4 ('HIIL dose of vasty calomel and that it won'
I ho..rd.Ih.. l-lerfc was Instructed .. 4 011
nopeii V Ijinler some --
merit is what people who have actually -I lo draw! a'warrant for |fi In payment A F KJIHH. Hamt1" .-- -.u _, 4 "u liver Feel make you sick. S SDodson's
Liven I
AND FEEL WELLDon't of same, the board dccldldntc thai Winner & Snwxer. t'.p" w rill- up your sluggish Liver Ton Is.. real liver
taken it have U> r.cy about it, and that was ample pay fur the um- of the h..".. nnd, I Htmnii, to tax as'r 8 no fine .and cheerful ; make your work 6 I mediein.'ou'll know it r
this is especially true wheh these hailA J. K llilllui'1(: return body ....f pleasure: be vigorous an the Stati- Kond Ilipartntcnt 3'' 00 .because will wake fine
letter from ito liiond HarrlK( p taite. you up feeling ,
: > t.ion. Hut dangerous
no ,
made of reail In hoard and theClerk l ,"ly nasty
statements are by people wan open I Tucki-r.I nrixlucliiK > liver will be workingbeadarha
Instructed to give the desired T'otll Harris 3"( "nil ( calomel because. it makes you sick and sour Sand
high: character and published right iu, Buffor from the ill effects of I Information.was I I A ItJOimimi 1 H: hall rent ..I.. tlo,,_ .- I B "JJMatllila you may lose a day's work. dizziness gone; stomach wi1be\ .'

the community where each fact can an inactive liver, such as headache, indigestion The Clerk presi-nted and r.-nd In Vales maintenance I ft > ) Calomel is or Mft oK and bowels regular. '
Mr Arthur mercury quicksilver\
board a letter from( Tribune., prlntlmc
be investigated and verified. constipation, lack 'of energy open Hrldnres asking the rommlHxIonerH to St,.le.tlon Clinid cull H 1S '" which causes necrosis of the bone..*. odaon'. Liver Tone I. entirely vrgoal s
Mr. 14. M Itt'lllani! more' "o..y Haieltelection ,'. bile likedynamite ( hi le therefore harhtk'sit and not '
and low when for little pay KIsHlmmi-e Vall.y Calomel crashes into sour can
"Although Tanlac wns introduced I spirits, a mon- for maintenance, but the re'|,,.'M w..a .i. lilnnks .- 4' 117 '
a" it That's wlienyou salivate. Give it to childrrtf.'Million. .
., in Os>ceola county only about three i ey you" can get a remedy of proved .l.llllan..utlow..d.Ma hi..... Also hut no letter action from, was Mrs la- A..I Mi-ll'oiiinc MclionouKh.roail b'al on survi'y- 123 '9 feel br..nkinf nausea tip. ami craznpiti/ . -ot people. are using your 1> 1 non's

months RjO.: one druggist alone has merit. GRIGSBY'S LIV-VER-LAX ken. Kil c.eorice donation' to St. Cloud Listen to me! If you want to enjoy Liver Toiie. hl"I.1'II,1 of dangerous calomel
r..a.1 In IOn '>II) '
sold 400 bottles, and we are advised will get your liver right and let you I open 1 The lioard Clerical-resented a letter I from and Mr < H for 11 4th Maklimon t July celebration sup. eler.\ miers 3 25 the nicest gentlest liver and bowel now. Your druggist will tejl you that ? '} I Itlie

that the sales during the last few enjoy better health and brighter spir I Armstrong regarding I the 1-rldne arrqxssawftruss W Luther Warren work on P. r.' 21 00( cleansing, you eyer.experiejiccd just take sale of Calomel U almost. stopped
I' marsh on the county road tollaoKliiKer. II M. Mi-Clam meals to rIce a spoonful of harmless Uodson's Liver entirely I hero. ?v .
weeks have increased at an astonishing its. MV-VER-LAX ads natrally and Commissioner H F Walker IHI and Jurors ... -- -.--- 15 [.!
was Instructed to Investigate matter f It Inirrnni. .. _.... .,.,._'..> n at_ bond .1cc 14 ," _.
Has of the -
rate. Results iuch as reported! effectively. none danger and report to the board In July j"L. Overstreet. HaL Clerk and I '
of calomel. Sold Bill of Mr H H..rUr for supplies for April and May -- 138 00
and bad after effects
by Mr. Lanier explain this phenom- .. examined and Audlotr 12 00 H. VIce Prcs. J. L. Barber Sex'y.lrea .
:, to Joe Wrluht was S. H. ..rtlo. sup. to co. pauper Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. Bryan, .
t' enal success." under an absolute money refund guar- ordered paid and the Clerk Instructedto J. H Tlson.!: chalnman J "" .
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Fertlc not to allow .any :
tvrlte Mr.
chainman
Tison' --------2
" Genuine Tanlac is sold in Kissim- antee at 50c and $1 a bottle. Each further help. Enoch The Tax Collectors .

mee exclusively by J. Z. Roberson in bottle is protected by the likeness of The Clerk presented bill for. difference -. showed the following collecl..d-tor. .' .
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In price of Ford car..by.Mr. H. EKvans General 125.76 and for Auto 11000.i :
St Cloud 'by Seminofo Pharmacy; in L. K. Grigsby. For sale by Osceola I to Ford (car age.! slime.. passedfor 'i The lax Collector's' ; Poll collected-IS9t.Tax Report
payment at future meeting. the following
Kenansvitl by Phillips Bros.-Adv. Pharmacy. Rev. B. H. Guy having reported to showed Paid warrants were ordered. cancelled -
Chairman K.: U..Lesley that. Mr. <1. H.Durfee. from the various funds aS fniIowi:
of Lokosee, was In need of assistance General revenue __.___ ______11201 10 4".
from the county, the board Fine and forfeiture n___.__-., tj.. -|

. In Istructed his favor the Clerk4o Tor $i.0.draw a warrant General Hard 8. .road road fund fund'-::::::::-55.$2: (40( Really

The Clerk presented a bill from Mr. special publle fund ___u__- 411 I' Bryan ,, Company] .
I-- balance due on showed the .
for
: A. McOonough : The Treasurer's Report _
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the survey of the Melbourne road, balance on hand June 1st.It < S
following I I Kks
nmev"y ,
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May Lumber Co. $lSi.O which. wa orderedpaid.. )': Offices on Broadway, ; .
three bid presented to S 1144.7 ' \'
There were O..n.1 revenue ;- "
: the board for the engineering Job for Ftn sad forfeiture -.------- I It Opposite Graystone Hotel :. :.t :I"'}% "
, I the county Messr J. EL-Johnston, A. 15.4s .
i'I Wholesale aa. Retail Dealers la J. McDonous/h and Campbell A Harris.all 'Oeneral School .-road---- -::::-::-::-:::: 0.545: $4 .

of the bidder being present but 11.8. road _____J_ ___-______ 7580
the Commissioner not havlne advertised S. PublcltyRan. ___._- __-------. .0 II
for bids, rejected .all bids and 00 j'
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I YELLOW PINE LUMBER the Clerk was instructed to advertisefor 8. B. D. NO.No.: : t::::::---'::::::::: In OS

: bids to be received up to July 10. 8. 8. D. No. 1--- 1.41' 05 '-

5' Shingles and Laths tei.h"fo lilt for&a t"I'Highway:: appointment Engineer.of Trus 8.S. R 8. I r>>.. NO.No. 5 4------______-*_. -:.;>.------ 2.541 UI 10 59S. Orange Grvvcs. Timber ..... We..Pay r.... for N__al_ I

was taken up. and. Road upon District motion No.of A.S 8. D. 74g. I-----------------rTot..1 I" fl- Cattle Maocfca, C.a.....,...anti ...... ..4 Act a* OWSMT-

F. Bass, 'seconded tg. W. F. Walker.and ___- ....-IIMIi J1' Cky J"r.-rty Apt'b fer'........ .....,utr.
; flOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY carried. Mr. H. Standord. Mr. There belniT'no further busineSS I
S Milliard .and Mr. J. H. W..lk..rw..re tomeet
J. K. be of the board adjourned . .
. appointed as such: for said. dl.- disposed 10th day. of July -
Main 'on the S SI
AD we ask is let as r.,.,. .. year estimates.Cearte trict. 'AD.. it II. .
Mr. A. J. Mc-DnnouKh presented hI. 9: u LKflLKT Chairman PRE1iEiREI1
' as Atteatiea aaJ Prompt Delivery. nnal report of the pnllln..rln&ork Attest: J.' L. OVEnBTRKET. Clerk.If ;: FOR SALE .CASH
together with the map profile, bridge

S Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla. section specifications standard for Special road section Road .and and you have the itch dcn't scratch. It I Three Lot located in residence portion of St. .Cloud

Itrldfre nistrlct No. I. which was accepted does not cure the trouble And malcoi ,

\ A letter by from the board.Hon. T. F West In re. the skm bleed. Apply BALLARD'S I Florida north ot C railroad, within easy distance of businesspart

+Jb '- > *Ar +Jl +Jlr- peremptory. writ of mandamas Issued SNOW LINIMENT. Rub 't in gentlyon
Court reaardlnathe
by the Supreme /
I puylnic over' to the State Treasurer forState the affected parts. It relieves itch- or town. 75 foot front by 150 foot depth. Plenty of
the' Road Department 16 per' c..nlor
the license on automobiles ..tr. was ing instantly and a few applications for home. S
C. A. CARSON. President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary. read In open boar- ceedlnRS of sala court which was ordered '- removes the cause thus performing a
flied with the proceedings of the. permanent cure. Price 25; 50c and L Apply VALLEY GAZETTE.

The Waters & Carson board Notary bond of 1':. 1':. Nau,.'... with I $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Osceola
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Krnest Mach and James M Johnstonas -

sureties.Also pension. waH claim examined of !Mrs.,, and!Mary apprved. 1'1.111. ,.-- Pharmacy. '0""''"'"'' (::II U;'J:tIllWI::::".11' ,*::'.:::::: .=::I.
\ Moseley., and sherIffs feed !bill
S I
nrlsonvrs'
ofT following bills were examined. oCo DO YOU KNOW THAT ,
Grocery Company
approved 4lrid ordered paid:

1':. 1.. Lesley, commissioner_ $ .R fin 0' <0- r Your Diploma .

H. V. tnler.. com. and mileage 10 Otl, I It's worrly, not work, which 0' -I.
A. F. Huss same 00
Young Tlndall, m'H: ::: nov which shortens life? <0- You doubt
Wholesale and Retail Dealer* inGROCERIES \ F Walker, same _._ 24 00 is no prize the diploma S
.
5 J K. Itas,. Janitor 50 (00 A cold bath every morning
John Davis. supt. ]'. F. U"-_ fiO CO' the best complexion remedy? <' you received at school or
John S Cadel atfy for board. SO 14
T. )to Murphy judge juvenile ct 12 SO Poor health is expensive? 4' college-but how much more
L. H. Insram deputy shfs.! at .
election ---._ 18 (00 The U. S. Public Health Scr- *
T. M. Murphy Judge co. ct U >.0i reduced malaria 60 important is the ability that is I
vice has par
H. Tnvram. care of jail_ 12 60 taNs's.
8 J Bailey maintenance' K 00 cent in some localities? *) back of it. c.
H M. McClelland maintenance-, 00
. . . . . . . . > . o' . o. . . . .T B. Owens maintenance. ft 00 00 The death rate from typhoid 4 Put your talents to good use 1
maintenance. *
Mrs. A. Simmons
United States has 4'
in the
4' fever
.5 4 Mrs. O. M. Young maintenance K 00
and '
WE SELL: WE BUY: Samuel Montsdocn maintenance I 00 '* been cut in half since 1900? exercise: your saving sense.
Mr. I..-acy. Johna. maintenance, 5 00
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S' Mr. June Clement mtce 5 00 Pneumonia kills over 120,000- 4' Start an account'with us. '
" BAY. Frank Kvans. maintenance----. 00 each ? *
Americans
lila maintenance.--- 00 year
.0 HIDES Hattaway
Mrs. -Olncle Pad. _tt. mtnce---- 5 00 Flyless town has few funerals *
4
Interest
S GRAIN C. L. Bandy. commissions 104 *t per cent Paid
FURS Chas. E. McCrory. court stenoorspher ? --- 4'
I' ; circuit court 51 77 the Savings Account
on
FERTILIZERS. 8. L. lupfer. commissionst62 8t 4' The well that drains cesi- : -
WOOL John Davis, rare' of paup..run 12 6OKlsslmmee 4 pool is the cup of death ? > .. 5
n. Tel Co.. phone rent ..
SHINGLES .
AND for Aorll and Mar 10 tt 4' 4 ,fr4' 4' 'O' 4' 4' 4' 4' 4 ) 4-
South Fla. & Gulf R. R. Co..
+ ORANGE BOXES. bridge for county il 71 i- :
greatly
+ ALL J. L. (fcverstreet. .arnt. advanced No class of people more

.. ORANGE[ WRAPS S .O. R. Ramsey.Johnson.eng. _additional. B 12Hamilton benefited by the abolition of the sa-

,. COUNTRY curbing on Orlando road 187 IS lClJft than ale saloonkeepers and their

.4' VEGETABLE CRATES Ford Garage delivering ..ballotboxe families and moat 0'( them realize it.
bona election 1 I SS 00
*
S .. PRODUCE Osreola TeL Co.. phone rent at SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS

a., + CRATE NAILS 4' 4' .. pF. __ TREATMENrJ
Osceols. ------so. RUBMYTISMWill ,
r. + -

.- 4 + . . . . . . ._. _. . . . . . . KIs.Insptrs w. and I. plant, lights Mar 14 OS 'UlieumatisinNmmlffia.
J.; I_ Beeman. meali elect Inapt 1 10 cttr* your

S We sell /field and garden seeds
Wi give 1pCia1'aUeDboa to fitting-out hunting and camping. parties. :.eo.t* oaaper Orerstrevt.. Male arot.. May advanced-_-- OS Colic. Sprains, Bmla M, Cuts and L'ARmUR WEAVER Cashier V4Th I\

Free delivery in city limits. "Phone No. 12. M.... Lillian Mahle mtce June ,I 0* Burn Old Sores Stingf of Insects S

LW- We ara. county agents for good fertilizers. Ask MS for circular: and pries H.1'Mon C. Stanford Cynress,Cow sup.::.'R.to O.R. ,-. S* 40 K Etc-V\ AatlaWftie AatWiT.ttsed !nternsHy ;.:' ... on n

fertilizers. W. .1. Barber. wk. on J''[. lard rd 110 00 and externally. PriM 25c : .::::, .,.:,; n':: "
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Arnolds of'the' country and cr not among worker. from the Senior society will ADVERTISED LETTERS. FEVER CURii
: L LA GRIPPEAND
I iW.C.T.U. eOLUMN'J,1 its PQ rlota. Let your boy know the takecharge, two at atime, so all will NEW HOTEL( 'IN QLDTALLAHASSEE ,
truth about 'these thing's. Appeal to have'' a turn befo% Miss BriffhtweR Advertised list for the .two, weeks "Your QuJrk'B Chill Tonic cured 'my

his manhood and his pride. Ask himif returns. Nice idea jsn't it? TOWN ending July 12, 1910: husband of LaGrippe and Fever after i,
I can but trust;'tat good shall fall ,ho doe. not want to have,8 successful -, the doctor'B medicine and other remedies
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,, ,At lastfar< 'Os-at' la.t'to all. career, to be a leader' in his class, Live Oak :Presbyterians are to havea Barber! M.. C.,- Coker, C. I.; Hanson, failed.?" ," ./

And every Winter turn to. Spring. to be an. expert' in his trade to behead soclii! soon at- the home "of!' ''their MRS. CLAUDE L'ENGLE WILL Mrs.\ Ray; Harris, Bud; Harris Mack; LULA'c. ROACH, Drifton Fla.

\ Tennyson.. of, his bank, or his business, Astor, Rev. W. B. S. Chandler"Sat OPEN HOUSE WHICH HAS Lewis, Rev. Gilbert; Litzring-, Paul; Sold by Oiceola Pharmacy 26c.DOSE .

whatever it; 'r ay'\be. And'then"tell urday afternoon from four till six," BEEN FITTED UP WITH NEW Lewis Mrs H. F.; Noa, M.; Pittman I' -
1 This has been 'both week and him, 'If y'bu have the alcohol habit, With due announcement\ in the local
a sad FURNISHINGS AND ALL MODERN Miss Roberta! Norene\!; Robinson. Mi-! J"
\. a proud Week. Sad, that conditions you can be none-Good of the../ paper, the Suwnnee Democrat, businesslike -- .CONVENIENCES.By'J. las; Stevens, Marion-Smith; ; Mrs R. STOMACHtr!!!
t call our :young manhood from their N Housekeeping. way.In :. .for .
,, . W.;; Stantley, J. M.; Taylor, Joe N.; '
; homes and occupations proud, that -
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f they responded, so promptly to theircountry's the Surinfffield Presbyterian Ulmer, Frank L.; Underwood., T; W.;
1 call' society, Jacksonville, work grots'nice- At last the people who have occasion Ward, W. A. Gall Stones, Cancer and'lllcers of the ll
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORFor to- journey \ft Tallahassee will B. B. Postmaster Stomach and Intestiiier., AutoIntoxication yA
i'; No greatness has ever come to any Ily on. To add pleasure as well as SIMPSON, 1
have.' something to remember pleas- Yellow] Jaundice, Appendicitis,
one without the wish to be useful, to I helpful thoughts, that splendid serial, ,
J antly. after their Visits, for Mrs. The Strong Withstand the Heat of and other fatal ailment result from ;
r' be hopeful l, to do the best you, can. the first time in months a "The Big Chap" in the Christian Endeavor Claude L'Engle will take charge of Summer Better Than the Weak Stomach Trouble. Thousands of t' "
Notbinr and cheer whole World, is read aloud each Old people who are feeble aDd
: will eo encourage press article is to be deyoted to younger /
the Wauk enah hotel that '''
: a new at who be Stomach Sufferers owe their Complote r
kwill strengthened
people are we
the from home. meeting.
as loving
messages the children of the Christian Endeav-
p'la'e.on; July 4th. aDd enabled to go through the depressing recovery to MayrV. Wonderful '
"' Some one has. "Hopefulness is orers. "We hope you will read it attentively I I The WMlk e.nah is situated just heat of summer by taking regularly Remedy. Unlike any otner for Stomach A
the finest spirit one can give to others The Fourth of July -topic for Juniors
and send us items from your the from the Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It purifies/ A"
across street state J. Z. RI'
For Bale :
: out of the endless bounty of the home 'own society for another such communication. next Sund..y is "Cleave to That and enriches the blood and builds up Ailment by ;
house. Part of it is the old brick I ,
the whole SOc. berson and druggists everywhere.
supply." Let us especially remember Which Is Good. Christian citizenship.;: system M.
I building which has stood there for ,
i i.i be ] in these -. --- - -- -- --- .
a message of cheer for those who (10 made strong meet !
years and was the residence of Mrs
:! have no home. :Mrs.V. T. Kelsey] of Stanton and ings.GRACE' I.'Eng-le's grandfather before the war. /

Slate Junior C. 1 K.: )leadership, ), hoc A. TOWNSEND. I Part of it is n new addition consist-
y $$$ WHAT A PRICE IS PAID S$$ Inlcrlarhcn] June 2 just prepared a new directory. Itshow
i I jug of sixteen large, comfortable I I' The Favorite Store I
.. f$$ FOR THE: REVENUE! $$$ ut ]least seven societies, orjall-I CIlfKCIIKS-) --'-r'XUNATlONALI'UOHIIUTION.--== ---: : ,rooms, with baths und l new furnis'hin"s. ,0(1Kissimmee. .
i: Dr. Harvey W. Wiley. lizeil since the el.nnd] convention of
felt mattresses and other
fl, Ii IiI ) con-
"I will not burden my readers just I I April. They arc -lilmore, North- "", "i 'II'eS and comforts, which greet '
now with the detail of our drink: bill. astern\ district,. t. supei" intendent. :Miss I I I the. weary wayfarer j'l' tefully.I *
It ,is. staggciing in its amount. I will May: Mauley; Uonifay and IVnwiro'a: The :M(>lho not hesitate'< to speak my mind! 1.- We-t Klorula." V>y Mr. ]Kyim* in hisleccnt with n membership of .1,000,000: ( ( (\ ; the I from, almost anywhere and to he ableto

cause the Treasury'< jut t at :he picxcnlneeds i tour "f that pail of tin Ma1-; I'rc-li.x. teritut'hutch, with a membrislup ..top at such a home Will liP /frond .
l' ) of nearly :'J.dOO.OIIO( :) ( (); the' Hapti'-l
the revenue from femvn'i' d the''hti( liiui thatch ).T.ininrwith' to the tntvploi'. commercial
"1'\\ s ,
j, and distilled .spirits. The two hundred tlirir} o\\ M" ''''IH(', "Sunbeam" ," of l KIn "i.- ( ouch(, ( Ninth. and Smith: ), with ,'.,- .'jral], ]loirislative and l otherwise.jiJ.lo.vd's Je-I ,
T and t \\entj I: fm.i, I million ,ilidl.irs. "'iiicr, ;Siiulli; (','lit..t ii! lli'ld I : I K".vVe (111111.11001: (|( |; the ( 'iimleiliinil) Prpfiliytrii.ri Station where the trains I i

1' (/fo distIlled l spirits, :*:oj 1 14.Hio.il<( : I J; \ -t t ('ongegaUnnitl:" ( '11111'cIi Juni'H-, ni'il! .other rhui-i'h nominutror! <, clop' ( twenty minutes for dinner I, :, lias I -WE HAVE IT ? *i
's'.riH'i.ranking : ,i'i, their Cdiivci'tions I last. nioifth iU> w.
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for fermented 1"1'1"7:1.' : \ for"Sontlii'ii-tein" ;; I I'l I tint! : and forSouthwestern for long! been I the lone bright pot on
:" a total! of $.!J.dH.I.( '011 1 I:1 I j iron) ;; Held" Avon 1'auk Coni-l.I.I ila"nl,: t Ilicni'-ch) ,"-. in unmibtiikiiliVti'ini. ',: I a trip, to Tn hdlal''<'.(''', and tho c Aho I ...

t this source would come in mighty and Winter Haven Christian church for natinn-wiilo prohilntio'i.lliiiKiiillj would] lira!:'*.'" Tong about that bounteous (r -
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1 handy just at this time. But what lull! T .with ;Mis.\ A. 1 K. Stiles, leivlor.li'r : :, : uttH ranees: have ul.'ti,, be"ii\ and ..I'mpt"gI.oanl, have been In '
o. a price, is pail J for this revenue! )llet- \Ve-1 t is i'l chaigi'! of a oonimft-/ : iiinilc in tie\ )at-.t t fVwieks )hy eccl"ip..iii's ter it would l he to raise, the money tee ft ont the Y. P. ;K.; C. 1C, wl.iliAon, Inch in tin; councils of the ".-\11\ aboard" of the adnma'ttine' conduct line of furniture. We make specialty of outfitting hornet, and.

4; by a tax on patent'nostrums/ andstock '''Talk' I the pavtor, K.'\'. Hcnj. Stock, l K l|>iseoptl( : and, ("ntholic, Churches.In or. Now, ;Mrs. I.'Knplc's\ ,< hotel handle reliable

gambling than to get it from "preside-.'' Thi-ie are, now :il><>nt I Ifortythree r - - : will afford just "lIl'hIn.- inviting haven.
the wholesale wrecking of lives careers Junior societies in the' tvo Cleveland l fundri300 1 women >- Her cookery is not excelled! I in Bed Room Furniture Dining i i
t t. and families. amount ofr' then time for run great |punching! and drilling; : I ,
The : Union, more/ any at: this broad land and those students'ef
revenue collected by a nation does i least eighteen years., Several < f the iniu-bu.'S machiirsts., wi-rkin' frs'oc: liy side with .domestic art who wish to see a !liv- Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits, Parlor '

1 not measure its efficiency; but the 'these,. societies stinted' jii.-t before the'' men --- ; I mg example of domestic art in itsperfection

l amount of money collected from fer- I eI.aiTd> "011' ('Iltton. :Miami has a new; and unique official I( would do well to visit the Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers, i'

$ mented and distilled spirits does I'' I the "City !Mosquito Inspector" Waukeenah as soon) as they have the Couches Etc/
,7, measure the' inefficiency of the nor' Are any Junior superintendents to who will locate breeding place- j+opportunity.. ,
tion. to Atlanta from Florida and how I Claude ]L'F.njfle former editor* and.
around the city for mosquitos! and | ;
"Every mother today is 'wondering Juniors? The firrt Junior to I '
I 11(0 clean them out. j congressman, reduced' to a state of
This store is making a record for itself in the matter of
whether or not her boy now fourteenor I from <'ul'htate' wins'< a gold almost total helplessness! '< by a trying I
fifteen years of age will soon .he badge. Victor (Hull of Jacksonville, physical! ailment will have\ the helpof helping people to outfit homes. Come and see- Our prices are
6'66 -
railed upon to bear arms in defense' was our first.! It's to be a big time No. his bright and manly sons. Frank rihL

of his country. The patriotic mother : there. This) is a prescription prepared especially and John, in looking after the office.Claude .
with her heart her
choking throatandr
'for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. j I/Kngle/ has the sympathy of
r tears streaming 'from her eyes will I I At Honifav when :III': Evans stc'-'t- Five or iix: doves will break any CM: and the entire people with possibly, few TOOLS FOR ENGINEERSNo
I""' encourage her boy when he goes to ,11'.1 the Junior which' though union if taken then a. a tonic the Fever will not exceptions, in his affliction] and, many.
is join the colors, but most of all she. will in return. It acts on the liver better than
; meet' th(- 1' e "ytl'I.lIln church' Calomel and does will]) find it in their hearts to help
: s. waovs him to be a lit soldier to bear :'' :27 children! were, present. The !'" i ... not ripe or sicken. 25c: along this enterprise which i is being ma"er' what kind of an Engine you have-Gas, Steam, 9Railroad

: himself like a hero and if he fulls I Isacola organiriition i.- in the "KnoI'rehbyterrin "" I undertaken-i. ; his de'oll'dife.' . But or Stationary Engine-we bare exactly the Tool yen ''.I'''''f

y s to die gloriously on the field of battle fold'; been wanting n ( ( |' this. ,is not a sob story, and I shall need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers Oilers, etc., i,
I ,I t j and not from weakness or dise-ise. i society a good while. I II make no appeal to 'vmpathy. Having all of (he best quality and workmanship, and at prices: that will
incident to bad habits. Colonel! Mans I I j1 jI
.t I lived in the I.'Kngli"! home I know surprise you. This store has the reputation of handling only
:retired surgeon of the army says ; :i ;MiKleaor i ]; Koy'.ey'! sui ."i'inti'n'l'-'iil' : 1 > hal it .i.s a fortunate iircuintani-e' : I
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hardware that is of
and will make
superior
quality mistake
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you no
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the
"I traveli'.g pul.lic that :Mrs.'
, in coming here NOW and inspecting stock. P
our big
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aviators
who have
lost their lives ;-.t Palm Beach rec--ntlv took a vaci'tioJi (l.'Engle j is to ( pen the Waukenah.
have alcohol to blame for the trag and! :Mjss ;Maude ('larkhll.(1! --- -- ,
. edyIt the_ United States expects( 10 her PL'u"e. Theyot>'d in one good Children that aie'affect'xl by worms -
; stand as a great military power meeting ((1,- folks' present) to take a are pale and sickly and liable to on-
among the nationsof the world it will "Trip Aroundthe World 'witli Jack tract some fatal, disecsc. WHITE'S Osceola Hardware Company

bo; necessary to- enforce total abstinence and Janet.: We never rend the book CREAM VERMIFUGE expels worms

kw among the ,commissioned officers but the 'title sounds good, promptly and puts the child on the)

of the,, .!array and navy." The ."f'' -.'..:'CSh) '> '".- .',' ftslv ou'p Grocer road to' health. Price 25c pep bottle.
soldier of the' tuture'will be a teeto- Miss Corrine Brightwell, superin- Sold by Osceola' Pharmacy.. .

taler, either hy choice or compulsion. tendent for Juniors of the Congregational ""
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I When it comes to the point of saving I church West Tampa is to have

J. or destroying the natjon the advocates the good' fortune. of a trip to Colo FOR SALE---CASH PREFERREDOne f r

.4 of the consumption of alcohol' rado.\ During\) her absence, faithful The of
the
k" will be ranked among/ the Benedict j -In every home where there is a baby- block of Five Lots in south Part of Town. 250 eyes worldare \

.;; A regular] morning operation of the I there should! also! 1 loe a bottle of ;Mc- foot front 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for \
:: bowels puts you in fine shape for theday's CJEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It may beneeded ,
I Banana Truck
t or Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city the whoSAVES
k work. If you miss it you feel un- at any time to correct sour on man
comfortable and cannot put vim into stomach, wind colic diarrhoea or summer ditch. Make your home pay for itself.

-, your movements. For all bowel irregularities complaint. It is a wholesome n
'J HERBINE is the reme- remedyontains no opium morphineor Apply VALLEY GAZETTE.

\i dy. It purifies, strengthens end regulates injurious drug of any kind. Price .
,. Price 50c. Sold by Osceola; 25c and) 60c per bottle. Sold by Osce- i
Pharmacy. ola Pharmacy. -<-:'*<<--x--=><' **<. ***

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'. Excursion JULY 2nd .


: Ideal Fertilizers .
TO \ for a moment r
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give a thought to self. The
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Crop Savannah Charleston
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: We believe in "Preparedness." We are $7.50 $9.50

__ Look about yon-the men of affaire in country, state, nation-yes,
prepared to supply all the potash goods you Round Trip Fares From Kissimrhee in the world, are the men who started to save early in life.
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want, also a varietf line of Ammonia-Phosphoric VIA .' They have the respect and confidence of the community t ji j

J. Acid formulas at reasonable prices. We have Atlantic Coast Line Then look on the other side-at the fellows who rpend all tl ?y t

J C linjj in the fertilizer line.f Standard Railroad of the South make personality-they reflect may ?have a food time. for a while but what does\ Elastic {

f We\lso have a complete stock of the best Tickets Sold July 2nd, Final Limit July 14th. Good on all Regular Trains
STEEL SLEEPERS OBSERVATION CARSFOR A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be ...
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Spray Pumps and Insecticides to be nnclens of 'an honorable; independent career. f 3
TICKETS' AND RESERVATIONS. CALL ON
W. C. GILBERT. T. A J. G. KIRKLAND.' D. P. A. Make your beginning now-today. Y.... -
t: found on the. market. Write; for catalogues. kissimmee, f la. Tampa, f la. bank book will pare the way. '

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j'\ .: IDEAL FERTILIZERS Groceries, Nay, Grain and Feed Officers and Directors.

;'t f, . Dealer. in fertilizer Materials, Spraying Impte! tenls I _
Corner C. A. CARSON. Preit J. M. LEE
Broadway and Dakin Ave. Vice Prest W.r" -
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',"WLJDAY' :JUNE 30, 191ft.. fHE KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE PACT fRevO.

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all lot Section. Thirty'except the I M. Murphy* County' Judfru In and for Twentyflvu ahafea Irlet for two year 'next after the eleotlon -i .

---- Northeast Quarter of aid county"at his office In tClaslmtneei C,. A. CarSon, Klssimmne! ... .. lorJd.. .and .to fix the number of mill of [1 '
'I' Thirty), all of Section. H tY.oetII' In alild. count. at 10 o'clock m., or Twnty-iive Shares. district school tax to b. levied and col. Select Homes Choice farms
B. Falls pastor Sunday of Section' Thlt y.two. (except the a. soon thereafter a* the mitter can Arthur' E. Longan. .Klssljnme.1. Flor.Eo' ected annually for the said. two years ;

'' ichool9:46f Wt Half of Northwest Quarter and b.. heard for authority to Sell, at public 1'wenty-lve Shares* ,( The .following, appointed, to aoL
1916 Sunday ,
!;,: ervtfes July 2, the ULeafey, Klaalmmee said S Vacant Lots and
East: Hal< of East Half of. aald See or private tiAle 4oiowIn.de- Florida. at election: Acreage .
: N p., Bryan, vpt. Classes tlon Thirty-two). all of Section Thir scribed real estate, Sn said county,'1 towt.sot'rni4 'I''b,ntnItrl shares. Whlttler. -rWallac* Phillips.; 8.11.: F.r-' :
wit: : b Klsslmmee, Florida- tie .1. B.' Tumblin A., J3.
ty.three., all of Section Thirty-four, all inspectors; ,
suited to all ages. A cordial Invlta.tlon. of Section .Thirty-five, aJl of "Section' -/ .1 W,",. SE%<.'NEJ:}\ Twenty-five Share S Bass. lerk. .'i MRS. SUMMERS
Thirty-six. 5 dl t 4E and SW'4 or sectIon 17:' IN- WITNESS* WHEREOF: th.' si4 White Leaf Bay-:-R 'H. Wllllsr (9. W. .. 5
attend. Baptismal
,, to'yod to services Said lands h..ln' upon 5 a* the of NE %, Of section 9all\ of section subscribers have hereuntoset 'their r..rtlq,, B. H. UQV. ,Inspectors. ; ,V. M. 60S P.nfJefclSt.. $. K mi. ,
at 10:50: a. m. Preaching: ct property 'of said {f01lthern Colonisation HO andali of fractional sectiOn 81: all hand and seals. and subscribed fo.peetlyely Edna ., '
Company aforeaald. Term of aala In township 26 Mouth ranurt ift vast fur.the shares. of Mock of l> .n.e V order of the Hoard. of PubliC !

11 o'clock; subject, "Religious Funrj' caah: purchaser to pay for deed except certain smll tract which have saId Corporation In the amount hove Instruction. Osceola County Florida 5

band of I 1.. H. 1NQRAU. been sold the exact description of m nUon .. 118.
The fellowship 1
, damentals. Sh..rlrt. which cannot be obtained 1 at this time. >IL* U 1816. W. C. BAS?'. Chairman.: THE

will be extended to new members and I Dlcklnaon Sc IDIcklnson. Orlando Th.. abov.de.crlb..d tracts of land (Seal>. C. AV. ,\VARn Attest: ''C. H. TOWK1..IV ,
in-lit for Plaintiff. are platted Into town lots and five acre (Seal) JOHN Mi' LEE .l.-6t SuperintendentSIKC1AL fRIDA HEAPDO
the ordinance of the Lord's Supper Attorneys tract and Known as Thurm City.""' .5 -jlij'al> ,. O. A.' CARSpN.iSeal 5

observed at the close of 'the sermon. NOTICH FOIl BIDS. Which application will be based up. ((Heal S1'ART94lJ4t .' MATER;. SALE.
on the petition for ..u"'h.Ie now *.n ) B. r. 1.1'14':" fqNEOAN. S METAL

k Preaching at 7:30 Subject The Board of County Commissioners; flie In said Court. ) O. V. KRJ
p.p. Under and by virtue of a decree of
IX
.d this IJiTt day of June A.
h."Christ's Address to the Thirsty." of for Oaoeola County will receive bid 19 pat. .lIt.f. *f Flerids. > I foreclosure. made by the Hon. Jae. W CEILINGS '.'
Highway Engineer for Osceola 28-lIt *. JOHN S. CADEU C.t, .1 0..1. Perkins Judge of the Circuit Court or

Good music, a comfortable house a county up to 10 a.. m.July 10. 1818. Administrator with Will Annexed'NOTICH I H..fore me., a Notary. Public In and Oareola County Florida In a case In CULVERTS.SHINGIE5
1 bidder to figure. on percentage and for the State of. Jdorlda.. personallyappeared Chancery wherein Laura H VBryan I.
warm welcome and a co\iial invitaw salary basis.. The Board reserves thu
C.V.. Ward. John M. Lee complainant and George R. Green and
. .io.for right to accept or reject any or nil OF INTKHTTIOlf TO APPLY C. A. Carson Arthur K T>oneaan! K U his wife I* F. Green:, are defendants AND OTHCM
",! you. bid. S SIlK Lesley and O. V. Krlbba. well known adjudging to be dun to complainant the
. B%hel Chapel-Rev. J. J. Farm,. E. t* LKHLEY, Chairman. IiCTTiaHS OF INfOHFOHATlON.. to me and known to be the persons sum of $160.14 by the said defendants: SHEET METAL

,. Attest. : J. I,.. OVEHSTREET. who slitn< ,l the foregoing proposed I have taken charge of. and will ..-
pastor in charged Sunday school, this 26t Clerk. Notice Is hereby'given that we will Charter, and who. being\ severally pose for ..a'In front of the Court BUILDING J

apply the State of worn according to law each < himself House door In Klaalmmee, Osceola :
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at 9:30 Preaching at .
Sunday : a. m d.ohh'o t.td.foJ ,
NOTICK: OK" APPL.H-ATIOV .
FOR TAX UJ
A.
I July. says that he signed the,, same, sitthai County Florida, during the legal hoursof MATERIAl
7:30: p. m. by the pastor. III'EIJ OKinKH HKCTION BT-4 AlBTR ) 946. /or letters Patent upon the. fol- they executed. the same for th3 sale, on Monday the Ird day of July, _irc TODAY 'N JPtClAC.
, 4iKl\KHAL.! STATUTES OK TRill lowing proposed Charter and Articlesof purpose therein expressed IK IB. to the highest; bidder for cash, I
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.- ,.MTATK OK" KUOHIOA.NOTICR .J Incorporation, a copy of which I Is WITNESS my Hand and Official Seal' the following described real estate. In ACsoNvIu.-TAOGUU QUOTAO
MAli LON GORE D'EA >. on file with the Secretary .of State at Klaslmme In the C6untv of Oace Oareola county. Florida towlt: Be- .tL.

4 Mahlon Gor.e of the old resi- IS HEHKHY GIVEN THAT for the State of Florida ola and State of Florida this 14th day (clnnln -'al the northeast corner of lot ,
one J.FA WHALKY AND M B. EARlIER.purchasers .
CV.. WARD. of June. A. D. 181fl. eltrhty3jl) of the Florida lAnd and
.. dents of Orlando, and at one trine of Tax Certificates. No. 140 ARTHUR K DONEOAN.C. W. J. STEED.: Improvement Company'*'Addition to the
and 141. ""i\.5 Ird dav of July A. U. A. CARSON, Notary Public of the Stale of Florida. City of Klsalmmee. and- run south 41
owner of the Orange County Reporter -lull.; 'Noa IDT, 184 and I HI. dated K r.. I-ESLRY My Commission. expires September feet ; west 11111 feel; north 42 feet. and Joe E. Johnston
let day of July A. O. 11111. and Nos.2K .
.H)HN M. L.KK.O 11th 11)19 cant IDS feet to the point of beginning. / -
died Tuesday morning! after a long! 2Kl! SHI: 2112. 294j U6. 2\1,. 2H7 2V<. : F. KRIBBH. (Official SemI) .

r'' illness at his home in the Orange 299 30 : SUIS 8014,, S10.SOI, 311.( : 312.4)3.) : -3OR.315.: and 30<: 3117.314.: The.shall following constitute Articles and of become Incorporation Its- KIJIHUH- 26-4t Ac HTKEIX: Attorneys I'urcbaaer to pay for deed Z BASS.

county capital. Funeral servkes were I dated 7th. day of July A' IJ. 11413.': .have Charter. upon lawful Issuance of letters Special. Mauler In Chancery. CITY ENGINEER
flied ald C rtlncatcs In and
held Wednesday.Mr. have made fax Patent I IAHTICLK . *OTIC'12 TO ( tHKUITUItai O'BRYAN & 1 I.KIM1KR. 246tSollcltora
application for Deed to I. I for Complainant
Gore well known in this I lasue In accordance to law. of this shall THK '
was Said CerlllUates.. embrace the. follow beT name Corporation { roiiiiT or TIlE ( J'NTY
K1H5UMMKK OIL COMPANY. .ILI)"":. 11\ A k: section and many people in Kissimmee IJIK described In Onci-oln land. lying and beingsituate Its i>rln.,lpal place of business ..hall'' COl'NTV. KUOUIHA. INOTK''': TOnK )IT4. >nll. Surveying and

and Osceola will Count State ofFlorida. !lit. i In KlMslnimee. sceola. Cou lit y. Florida -
regretto .
county to-w ItKola with the privilege of estalliahinglraflch is'li.e: Malt,r .tI'heEptste of HarrrV. IN Cot liT nV" THK flMINTY' JVtttiK

learn of his death. 30 35. 97. 63.112. 1. 12. 8 111.. 31. 5. 19. 2R. : offices In other ll11cea In the \ Thnrmaa. l)rrea_... WrATH OK" KI.OIIII>A, DraftingSUHUBUROCK .

TV.: h3.: 3S.84.: 03. 64.94. 62.146. 1'H", 71Ii1.74ilt7'lg., State of Klorlda and. In ,,h..r States To all Credltora, Leicatera.. DlatrlbuteeH 41.01.411. ( Oil NT Y.Im .
'and ('ounrtis be dctilKnatcd by .
RS may and all other
P. in "'lid 126 ..,f the tSi-mlnole Ijtiul a\id Inxestmt'iit persons havingclaims
A. Spencer dirtrict agent the ;
ItBo..rd, of I>i!lrector: *' or demand) against naMtatif re Kstete ef.Italma rjrahas
( 0"1""iys "Kubdl\lslon of AHTK'UK IF .... of IlarryV.. Thurman. deceas.d. To .all Creditors, Leiiatees.. Distribu
farm demonstration
work came over I Kcotlun B. Township 27 South. Range the buslruHS and, I all Ivrsons
\ 31 The general nntur of . late of iHceola C'ounly. Klorlda to tees having Malm*
from Gainesville this week and spent Tinsaid Kast lands the to be rondurtcd anil transacted bv this the undernlKiied, Adrnltildt ratftr of saidestate or l-mniids. against' said Instate
being .u..a".d In
I Corpor..lI"n .Hh.il 1 be nn ful lows within, two years from the date You and each .of you are hereby notified !
several days with B. E Evans Osce- i.nm.if' C. It Hutkex. F M. -nja- drlfl! I finil. '
, To dig bon " sent aniclalniH
W .
nil .
Ii. Knwler and IMknown. at
for oil. gas and Mid each of you are bereliynotitled and demandM whlth YII". 01either i
ola efficient demonstration
county's the date of Issuance of said ccrtlnuatesI'nlfHS .
less.* soil of have against the
f i ala. to acquire, Ivuy own. and r. present am "ou may
said cfrtlrtcutcH shnll i be redeenied ,'ri .. intnt-s i oil. : .dwthl. : of alma deceased. .,
agent. hold J a oils, qua I and claims, or oil. or slate Orahnm.
affording to law. Tax I"'dI. ra". 1I111..rRI..d 1 timber rights t to oprae either of you may ha\ e against the late of-Ost'foln ('..unt,'. Florida, to theundet I REAL ESTATE
will IMHU> tht'teon on .thf :24th lay "f .
..
(( and d..I"I') time 'samby all them eKIHteJinted sinned .hnlnl.lr"Irlx of said estate -

July A. H 1916. I ..aiM. and methods I now I In xcnoial I u...- May 19, A. n 1916 within one year from the date %%...*..*%.*%%%*m%......*
NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD WITNF.S8 my hand and ofTlrlnl neal u n<1..r like circumusta nees and conditions 22-St JOHN S. CADKL.MOTH ( i l.i l.
at KIsMlinmi-e. Klurlda\ this 23rd of "Vnited
day .
or that nm\' di'l \ lH* d hera ftt-r > May 22n. A 1>. 1S1H INSURANCE '
June A. 1>. : S buliase .. --- ANN ,
JACKIE irtAHAM. .
11116'1. tVEltMTltl''T. for these iiurpones to acquire. \ i

Expels scrofulous humors from the Clerk mi-al) )Circuit (Jourt. Kceola t'.;."ty. l lt.. lay. built I.I;d) construct, op -r- K OF" .:....:(TIOV. 23-9t Administratrix.
.
at' and 1 malnl..ln I I reservoirs tanks. Examination of Titles
blood which cause (constipation malaria 27-tt State of KloililaM4 "III") lines and conduits, and to Mtort *-. In compjlance: with Chapter 4671,

run' snort and illtitrtbut ,,ll and teasthtr Lass of Klorldit. 1 8149 notice Is herebynlveli NOTICE ItV ADMINIIITHATOIt
I rheumatism TU *.. ;
sores, ulcers. pim ,'in or t hrouKh the same to build I I that An election will l he held nt ( For" Klaal rtleehara-e) Specialty.
cret't. const. ruct and operate rt1neriea.Pu .
Get it KaaKenxer Osceola County Florid -
ples etc. at Osceola Pharmacy *
The Hoard i>f < ounty Commissioners i.
.
flt(> hnust-s and all other structure Special I Tux .Si hool No 4. !. Court of ('o..t, .dor... Mate .(
on
of < *eola Fliirliln., will : : : "'
M' County.
on a guarantee to ..atisfy.ill Hit an an ,'uallxlng l>f .ird Ht their Ifliti I logs. shops. fnctorls I and establlHhmtntH. Tn'UHdav, Juty 11th. tt"ltrlI <;. for the I Florida, O eeolai Conajtj.re .
with all machlmr Solicited.
timw"raii f TorresDondenca
purpose <> deterrnlnlMK who shall aerxeaa
t I I t I I I I I I I I I M- > I I I noxl f..r the regular met'tlng.of July loth.both lllfi.ral <*iul| : 1 pments: .ni": expedient *"'ho..1 trustee of imld ,iiati let for re Estate of "..dr',," M. CaaaitlerNotice 5
equalizing .
purpose .
I for I the manufacture preparation twis ,. jiext after the ilertlon. and ,Is hereby Riven to all whnin
IJ Iii and iMTsonal 'Jr 1."' )\'EHS1'HE of the products nod byI".u..I"of to d. the numtier: nlmilts of dlstrktschool It may ..concern that on the 20th duiof \

LegalAdvertisements 27-3t Clerk for Said I1zird.4iTl4i' :T. oil I and i R"(" '1.. ac iutr i buy build.I I tax t4> I IM- le\led and collected. October, A. I). I 916 blr i lease. ..t..r... motorboats Robert Riedel '
uw <* or annually for the said two > ears to the 'flonorable' T. M Murphy. Judge
---- ---- barren tanks and tank, cars and, The rolliiwhiK are .ppolnted. to act of r saul i'uurt. ns Judse: of Probate for C
:> : OK 'l'I'1.II'A'I'IC \ Suit 'IA tIsi
"Ih..r' 'ehlcleH" and ceptacli-H i for thetraMHportut
\ at mild eledlonV final, discharge as Administratorf NOVELTY
t: : t : > S 1)1:14 MKIIIItX, AT4 AMIUTS my
.' ton. nnd cone. \ nnci of till. \ I K! Undeihlll. A 1. R I the entitle of Hhadrlck M. Chandl..rd.eae..d 5
4.KNKUAI.: UTATITKI. OK TIlEsrA'rN gas and heir M.odiif..It*. mlncralH.. liquids I IVarce. I Inspi-ilorH.: ::; ;: ; : : Ir'r I/ clerkHone <. ; and that at the same tIme Iwill House Bills i All 'litcrior

I , sass---ippiius sisa. OK KI.OIIII a rul mov paulo properI. s to. sell by order of the Hoard of I I'ulillc present te.aald Court my final ac.eunts Special RIlsl
--- lese sub-leime or. otherwise ...lei'.....- ( : Administrator Window Fr.. '
!ISftTK I': I"C>K ItIU". tint i uctiun I t >ac *ola I ('itunty. Klorlda.this an of said estate F.J
:NuTK'K'; IS HKHKItR IVKN THAT
4>r any or all the foregoing! ., propertiesund ,the 31st day of May. A. I) 19ltV >. and nab for their tonrf Door Screen*
'i \VHA1.RY: ANU M H BMIIIKR.Iturchnsers aX.PwvU16.
to. the b* st advantage
ucqulremenlH \ 4' IISS.: : Chairman. Dated April 3rd.
of Tax Certlncates Nos. 143.d",1 Phone: Shop 216 Rraideax 117Oulinfton
The Hoard uf ('i nnt"y Commissioners and benefit of this CorporatIon. toow Attest. C I':. YOWKI..I W. W. CHANDLER.: ; '
( In ...... 3rd day July A. I > lull Nos l acquire. sell exchange.iileige A N.irPrelght
and for C '1. County will ren>lvol n >uv. 24-51 tJuperlntelident Ulamoflmo Administrator e
Ills! and 199 datixl 1st day of July \
mortirawe. assign Ir"nef..r.iteRI Q
>ldM to 111 ,
up n m. July llith. 1 1915. un
I II 1KI2 and Nos. 316. 317 31H 320. 321.H -
Wh, and trade In boilers engines caning ---
on. -nnlriK -el Iliiad .
lriid.-r. Road
King Spcrlnl. with H Inrn tlr-.. wxlKht I .,,1 I 327. daled 7th day of July A. !P tuhlnK. piping. and all kinds if *01'It 12 OF" KLKITIOIn I
1V1X. haVe died- said CeI'titictes. In ln\ oil. well fit tin ". attachmentsand
3642 His H foot liladi'. steiTabltonitue supplies K I
f<.ir tractor Also .h.ree.. iulimiit office and have made application I I for general/ hnrduare and In all kinds I compliance J with Chapter 467S. ALAN J. MacDONOUGH DR J. A. TROVILLON
Tax Deed Issue In .accordance law
The Hoard ri-scrxes the rlitht to ac. to to of floods. wares andI"'Q'dr"h'n- Laws of Florida, 1H99. notice Is her'iy Specialist in
Said Certificate embrace the following disc arid I In all olsupplies in Yen that -election. will be held nt *
crpt or or all I IMM. ArchitectAND
n.t.II..I I KSI.KY. ("I ...rmRn..I. described land. lying and blng ...xllnalv'e.h.I."le.. tools.machinery Center I'ark Oaceola <' I, . Registered CANCER GOITRE AND TUHOB'
.I... AtI..., J. 1. OVICHHTHKKT26Et situate In Osceola County State of sItu appilancee\ necessary Special Tax School lstrlct I : yN.I B. on Cure them without :
Florida to-wit. ir tsi>jul In or Ill the operations; ( and Thursday. July' elI,. A. I>. 1116. for the cuttnC
Clerk.ft.TIE .
-. _ _ Lots 21. 24. 103) .. 11. 12 3S .43 anil ,i.ts4i.i < SHI's of this (Corporation to sub.s.r1' purpose of determining. who eball seivean ENGINEER iel out '5
121. of Semitiol.' anil anil In\ itt meiitCompany' I r. purchase, reoel\o hold furio school !t.runtreH of said district for ORLANDO FLORIDA. '
KOK PI IIi.ltATIi5.Jk.C.rte.l BRONSON BLDG. KISSIMMEE. FLA.
-- .!* KubdlIslnn S'o'l..n Hi.Townahin i\ it i;I';: nt or sell, .excmirinre: or mnkfidnii two vears next after the election and 8-'mo

>> of Ike Interior.: I'. ,H. !...* 27 South. Hang' 31 KantThe .n.i nt. upon the stocks or I,. to fix the numhrr of mills of dtatrlctIOCho..1 ,
saul lands being assessed in thename tax to he levied and cll&'ctjannually r'
OH Ice .< f..I.r..III... Klorlde. iigutins of <>t her eirporatiina. >mu "
Juae) :U. IKIH. of 1. H Carter 1. Klmore. :Mia n les r.r Ind Idunls, nnd 'while ....In.. for the said two years. \
N K L.e and Unknown at the dntu of t lit* hl Issuance uf said certlflcateaI'nleH . said election.J ,r
Merlal un.b.r OIONR7. ,Cations, to Iii, \ e a nd exercise all therlwhts :
said cilflcat's I shall be r.- A. itarkiiy., avld 1lis, C. S. I'll "
nnd privtl'g's of owm-mlilo. !Inlii'lliiK : SHEET-METAL WORKER
Ndt I I.... I. heri-bx' given I that C'hnrl.-s ile,-med ..<*..... .lInlC! to the law. Tax I Deed : : vottiiK: powers; therewith h to tin. inspectors; J. K Sharp clerk When youl buy .

Krecek. of 1X15 North lllth street lnfayette. July will. |issue A. l) lher 11'*oii. on .the, 24th day of to. m. promote assist .and financiallystHbllnh Instruction Hone l h\' order Osci'ola of the Hoard of Public .._ Mttal Roof Pmt on mf '" S

Indiana. wh.. Auirust l&. companies, partnerships, s.'n- County. Florida '
1912. made Homestead on j ISntrv NoI10XS7. I wiTNEss my hand and official seal Icates and associations: : for business 1 this Slat day uf May. A. It. 1918. G Nt..J
at }Clasimm.'iF'Iirida Ibis 23rd day .
( ror UK of S\\ ',,. Section! 2S. ..u..e.. whenever In the Judgmentf W C II488 Chairman. HOME
4 KISSIMMX fLA.
June .
of A. D. 181 Its directors it Is d..em..d.JlVI.... Attest: C. E. YOyKLLj.46t 14'-1
Township 25 Houth. Manure 27 Kast.Tallahassee prop
aeal" J. I. OVKRSTHKKT. BREADS
Merl t're.t of (he business of thIs
of Intention t,, make three-year proof.to I 27-Ct State of Florida. purposes -
establish claim to the land above ('ornnratmon' -- : and to do -any and all NUTIfU TO CtttCDITOHS. !
other; actS and things and to have and for
described the testimony of claimant the BEST
will he submitted beforeT J. B. Hhaw AN ORDIMANCI3.B exercise any and all other powers IN THE \O'-T'l: 4IK TRiO COUNTY D W. W. CARSON '
which be ;. OK KbORIUA.OBCKOI.A S '
may necessary convenientor
-.' oJ"' Notary and testimony. Public, of at witness LafayetteIndiana. will b.lit .; It Ordslard ef by fke C...... ef th. expedient In connection with or In COUNTY _. W. malt iU Every Grocer tell it DENTIST *! \
KlMlassaeel"Seetlon
submitted before Clerk of- Circuit (1117 addition to the businesses hereinbeforepeclfled lai ff Estate ci Klbrlrice ..trIrlbut.
,
1. That firm or whclh a natural person or a Toall Crvdltora Liecatcea. ...
Court at Klsslmmee Florida; all on any person Office .'
.-'S S 'the .10U day of AUKuat. 1511. corporation keeping or maIhtaininsurface / .corporation of this character lawfully and all Persons having Claim or l>.- r *>Tr PilUy Bulce. '

: x Oralinant name as wltneaseaWa1eatlnn : cloaeta and privies* used for do and exercise and t/o anyand mands ivalnat said Katatai 0. K. BAKERY Office Hours: . :

\; Rrasxall. of Liouffhman.Flbrlda. the deposit ef human excreta .withinthe : all of the. businesses and thingsnentioned You and each of you, are hereby no.titled 'Phone 111 .1-1. e "_* M
( .' corporate limit of the City of : either alone or-In combination and required to present any claim Ol AdmInistered (

C J I.. C4)x.! of Ijouirhman. Florida.M Claalmmee. Florida which are not flyiroof I 0Wd other rroor"t com, pan* and. demands which you. or either of E. A. NltMEYER.. I 01 Batle.e",.
S L Pox. of ouKhman. Florida In construction and In eon form. es 1 I : and be :' bave.aicalnat-; the estate of El- . .-U 1,
H. Lk HerKert. of IxtUKhman. Florida. ty with plans apprqved by the Chairman : i contracted with. sue and be sued In its bridge Llbby. deceased late of Oaceola MitC.U Street ;.

HOKEHT AVIS. of the Sanitary Committee I shall corporate and to have and use. County Florida to the undersigned Ex.eatrix .
.
area"R"a:
26t rteitlsterNOTK upon proof of guilt and conviction he a I. of aald estate within two year
punished by a fine not exceeding: five ARTICLE TIT from the date".her.oiDated

'K ron PI HI.1CATION.' dollars or Imprisonment at hard la- The amount of authorized CapitalStock May tnT A. n 1916.ETHEl. .. GEO. F. PARKER
lor In the City Calaboose for a period shall be. Twelve Thousand FARR. -

I> p.r'_".' ., Ike Isiterlor. "t.. 5. ..... of not more than ten days ( $12.00000). Dollars to be divided Into U-l Executrlr.MOTMR .. ATRNEY.AT.LW .
0..ee .. f;.l.e lllr. Klertds. Itead a firSt and second time by Twelve Hundred (1200) Shares, of the
.1_. 114 lelfl. unanimous consent and unanimously' par value 'of Ten ( $10.00) olltri FOIl rJ'BLI""TION. Collections and '
passed In open session this 6th day of each which when Issued shall be full M. TILLER Cn.o

erleil >o. (PIIKil.Nntlre June. A. 1). 1916. mid and cm-assessable.; .p.r..t ., the I..rl..r. .'. 5. I.... I SpecIalties
J. \\'. THOMPSON.President All subscriptions' for stock shall be Office .t ialare.Tllle. Klorlda.

Is her-ivgiven that. fharlesJ of the Council' paid: for In lawful 1 money. In properM ...... IT, mess Real Estate Agency..sflflflstflflsafleflflflflflfl : 111 1-1 Broadway
.*Mt T. f.f ()rang.- t'enti-r KlorUla. who Attest. : J. II .U1LIIKHT. Clerk labor or ser\'Ices At a Just valuation to -- - .
on MHV 29 151 $. made Homestead Entry Approved by the Mayor the 7th be fixed by the HoArd of Directors nt lI..rl.1o! ._her OIOTO2. .
No 01 1521. for N\S ". ..f HWi.. : day of June A. n UIR -4 a meeting called for that purpose, and ,
Section 21. Township 24 South.' Range 26-61 H. H MAY. Mayoril'AHUIANS the Judgment of said' Board ofl>lre.-. Notice In. herebygivi.n that Allen C Realty bought and told.Houtet ".,
28 ";R.I. Tallahaaaee Meridian has lllo.d.lOtI"M tore as tothe value of such property.abor (Cannon of Uokosee. Florida who. on
T. RIVERS.
rented.
of In"no to make three-year ( NOTI4-K TO S101.1. IIKI.KSTATK. or services In the absence .f 'May 24PI I. made Homestead KntrvNo ; : M M.D.

proof to jpatabllsh claim to the latiilubove fraud shall be conclusive upon all theparties. 110701.for( N'V" .of NK <4. Section Taxes paid and Title verified ,
rti'srrlbed tefor.Clerk of Circuit 2H 'TownshIp 31 "Houth. Itanite 34 East, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON J

Viurt. at Klsslmmee. Florida. m la the Coort ef r.>B.r J....... State The Authorized. Capital Stock maybe Tallahassee Meridian has filed notice for fion-reiidentt.
the. 10th day of August 19111. .( Klra." 0..1. CeuB<7la Issued 1 and paid for at such times of Intention( to make Three-year l'rioto ; : Office over Osceola fbr .\
Claimant names a. witnesses'T and upon such terms and conditions establish. claim to the land above Fire, Life and Accident In 'Phon Residence. ISQKlo "

. J. Keen of orange Center Florida re Estate of -(surge Ssloa HeeTea.Notlce as the Hoard of Directors may. deter- described. I..fore. Clerk of Circuit I. 14$. _
la hereby given to all whom mine or .may be fixed hereafter. In tht Court. at KI..lm.nee.1o'I..rlda.. on the surance. )
TheronFlui Keen. of Orange Center. It may concern that Norman I. Mason ly-laws. Srd day of August 1916. Indemnity Bond : ;
Ida S and Harry K. Salmon. aa guardians of I ARTiCLE: IV Clalniantnamea' aa wltneaaea 1 : .. -
W-'st .Keen. of Orange (Center the estate and person of George Salmon This' Corporation shall exist perpetually Robert K Willis. of 1 kosee. KlorldaOeorgf O. F. KR1BB8 W. J.
Florida. Reevea. a minor. will on the 17th and have succession by Its Corporate \\'. FerTVc.> of okosee. Klorlda. t. 4) . . . 4) . < 4)0 . . . . .. I- ,

w .I. nronson. of Orange C..nt..r.o'iorld. day of July. A D. 19111. apply to .the name perpetually\ : : .UUBBS STEED
) Honorable T. M Murphy: County Judgein ARTICLE V. John 13 Owens of Ix>kosee. Florida : I
RtlHERT W. AVIS.' and for said county. at hi. officeIn Its business shall be condu..ted0)' Jerry M. lxon.. of Ixikosee Florida. i

2S-6I ReftlaterHKHIKKH Klaalmmee. In said county. at 10 a President.and Vice Hoard President.of Directors SecretaryTreasurer ROHKKT W DAVIS, . . . . . . . . . . . .4c. ATTORNEYS AT LAW S
clock a. m.. or aa Boon thereafter. aa consist Z7-Bt Register.NOTICB .
.AI.K. the matter can be heard for authorityto Intf of not less than five members.
nor more than thirteen members, .ami Legal business of all (tri
...11. at public or private. aale. the TO CHEIHTORH. klD4
tinder and by virtue of an execution Interest of said minor in and to the/ such officers and agents as may be appointed prompt .. SOfflce.
Issued out of and under the aeal following described real estate In said or selected from time to time. IN COURT OK TRill rot'NTT Jl'IMJK. w. GRIFFINStaple
of the Circuit Court. 7th Judicial Cir county. to-wlt: .vs the Board Directors, may determine. I STATE (KL.OHII1A.. 11 and 11 State ".k Bid*.

cuit.I Osceola County. Florida wherein neglnnlna; at the north corner of lot The offices of the Secretary and OMI-KOI.A COUNTY. Klulmm, Fo
is A Hewlns la plaintiff; and Southern C. block 11. of the South Flor'.a' -Railroad Treasurer may be held by one and the [. re Katatej .< Margaret K. KevkeB.derft. .
Colonization: Companv a corporation Company'a aorvey of the Townof same person The Hoard of Iirectorsshall .- and FancyGROCERIES
la defendant I. a. sheriff of Osceola Klsslmmee City. run thence south be elected1 by the Stockholders attheir To all Credltora egateea. Distributeesand .
County. Florida. have levied upon and 47 degrees east 67 feet, thence. south annual meeting.: on the second all Persona havlna Claims 01
will sell In front of the OBceola County 42 degrees west. 75 feet thence north Tuesday In January of each year be- Demands ....aln.t said Estate: Fat Johaatoa O. P. Q mM
Court House door. at Klsslmmee.. Flor 47 degrees west 67 feet. thence. north pinning In the year 1917. The numberof You and each of you. are hereby notified -

ida. Oaceola County. during the legal 43 degrees east 76 feet to the point ofbeglnnlnaj. the Directors so elected shall befixed and required 1 to present any claims JOHNSTON I G
In the by-laws and the and thei'resldent
hours of sale on the- i and demand which you. or either of
Pliwt III....,. ,. \mfmmt. >.'" Which application will be. baaed upon and Vice President shall Icmembers you .may have strains the estate of t
the the for such sale now of the Board of Director E Kochenderfer. deceasediat. ATOIT.AT.LWOi'
on
of thfp..tltlon Margaret '
It being the 7th day
following described real estate.Ih.I file In said Court. regularly: elected. Until otherwise of Oaceola County lo 13't theundersIgned Free DUverr.. to all Parta 19. 11 and Baaak
provided the Board of Directors shall ; 1 au
ate lying and being In Oaceola County. Dated 14th June. 1916.NORMAN executors of '
elect. all the officers managers oragents 01 the I
' KI"n' Township Thirty-one. Range Ouardlan. and fix their compensation. Dated May I. A. O UII. C II.I ..
Thirty-three ea.t: All of Section Seventeen HARRY E. BALJUON. However. tbe stockholders at any annual CLARA M. HUT80N > I "
... ..tlnar change the numberof \
all of Section Nineteen all E..tHalf .>f I14..cllon |I t4t Ouardlan. the Board may of Directors or offcers.prescribe WILLIAM M. Executor.HLTTSON. > 4) >4> 4> 4>4) -

Twenty-one I..x."nt aaTd the number of their electionand -
Quarter of ..c- Cvawford A: Jarrell.
of Northwest JSOTK'K OK AnMINlHTRATOR.4K .
I Incorporate the same In the bylaw
tlon ) all of Section Twen .r rival Dlswharce.) Attorneysor Kxecutora: 10-11 I
::;.ntrhn'il.U; Half of Section a.The J. W. THOMPSON
following named shall
!TwVntynlne.. all of Section ThlMythree. ..i C..r< .f C..t ..... .... State .( constitute the officers and persons Hoard of .
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and all of Section Thlrly-nve. ....rI... Osee.la (,....lyI. Directors and conduct the business *.f NOTICE OK ADMIMHTHATOH .
land. In Town VON SISAL nl"CU"'kGIII FUNERAL DIRECTOB
AI.o the following
the. Corporation until after the first
.hlp Thirty-two. Range Thirty-three .i re flXat ef C harle F. PrevaIL 5,. annual election and qualification of EiIllso1 FUBJDE8 .1
all of "Hectlon {linT OK THK COUNTY' JI'IXIK. '
One. IN
":a.. All of Section Notice Is all whomIt their successors so elected : and
...JL.' Two. all of Section Three, all of may concern h.fl on ntho 1st day of C. W. WARD. President TATK OK FI.C)IIII)"' O8CKOLACOUNTY. .
--'I': all of Section Five ''X' I> 1 shall, to .
Four. A. apply
Section
JNO M I-KK Vice-President
cept the Northeast Quarter of said Section the.c"I'.h-.a; :; ie '1'. Ill'M Judge of O F KRIHHS. Secretary and Treasurer. I. re Estate ef H..lella ears... LCENSED EMBALMER
.11 I of Notice Is Iv..n. to all whom
Flve all of Heotlon Six. said Court aa Judge of Probate for hereby
Rectlon Seven. all of Section F.:1..ht.:' my final ,lischargs aa Administratrixof I ; The Hoard of Directors shall consist I It may .concern that on (ha 10th day of I Store and Chapel, StWart AT*.
Nine all of Hec of Charles F Prevail. 8r, September. A. r>. 191ft. I shall apply to
North Half of Section the estate ofC.: W. Ward. John M Iee.V '
tlon Ten. all of Section Eleven: all deceased and thai at the same time I A. McPool Sr. ('. A. Carson. Arthur the Honorable T. M. :Murphy Judge of I Kla4mme.
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of Section Twelve all of Section Thir-of will present to said Court my final accounts K non"Ran 1.:. 1. Lesley and CI' F said Court aa Judge of Probate for of the my Insuranee that Insures
final Administrator
teen all of Section .Fourteen all aa administratrix. of said estate, KrlbbsWithr. fllscharKe aa ;
QuaT" and ask for their ..pproval.nat..d a reasonable time .after the estate of Roslella Pearson deceasedand ;
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tH.ontl0nsixte.nrn'Northwest". June 9th A. U 191 *. granting of this Charter the stockholders that at the same time I will pre W. B. Crawford LMarrU
Jer" Southeast Quart 01 SARAH A. PREVATT. sent to said Court my final accounta IA1ORNEYS.AT.LAW
and S.venteefl the alt of fiection 9igh- 211-lam06mo Administratrix.ADMINISTRATOR'S shall hold a ct'tIr.ylOhd Administrator of said eatate and Protection that Protects
Section suitable by-laws re-
5petiOfl Nineteen (exceptthe ask for their aproval WFQR&JAR!
all of amended there-
t'.en or as provided n 1915
c, Southwest Quarter of said Section pealed, Dated March 8th. A

Nineteen). South Half of NortheastP. MOTICK TO SELL ARTICLE VI. A. E' DItOUOHT.

.. Quarter. end the Northwest Quartar REAL E8TATK. The highest amount of Indebtednessor II-oam'mo. Administrator... Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizens
.4 and the North Half of SouthweSt liability to which this cororatloncan Bank
BoildinfrKiitimmee
Quarter and SouthweSt of QusrterMouthweat 8eCtion .. C..rt .. c..t? ....... II'.'.. ..1rI.vig. subject Itself. la One H'rn. <1r..d NOTICE OK I'LIK..ON.J .

of Quarter .. 0-1. C.al7.Ia Thousand Dollars. Florid '
S T..nty. all of Be..tlon Twent4one. ARTICLE VII. compliance with Chapter 4171.

all I'f 8..etlon. TwSnty.tWO. all .nfp .. Batt ., Harry W. Tb.r.s. The names and residences of thn subscribing :. of Florida. 189. notice la hereby DAKIN AVENUE .- <
0' Section will be held i
sectIon Tw.nty.t..r. al stockholders to"eth..r" with given that an election at 5S T

ll of Section l'wentV- D8e.Notice I* hereby given to all whomIt the number of shares of the authorIzed Whittier school house and at the White KISSIMMEE -. FLORIDA
;rrn3 .u Tw.flty-SiX (excePt Leaf .chool house. Oaceola county '
S ectlofl conCern that John a Cadel. a* Capital Stock subscribed for by Bay -
of may .
. t... East Halt 0' Northwest Quarter administrator with will annexed of each. are .. follow: Florida. In Special Tax School DistrictNo. U OaA '
-all Section T..nty..I l. all 01 Seetion of Harry W. Thurman. de- C. W. Ward. KfMtramee. Florida. 1. on Thursday. July 6th. A. D.. 191$. ATOJ.N.LWWa .
T..nt1-.en. al of Section celsidwill. the flat day of July. TwentyShares. : for the purpose of determining who '
oil
Twentveiht. North Halt of Northwest A. Dr 1)18 apply to the Honorable T. John M. Le. Klaslmmee Florida. shall .enr aa school J uste* of saId dla. B :

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FRIDAY, .JUNE 30118.;
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A good program has been r arranged_ for the Celebration and there 'will l be Music' by the Kissimmee Band, Base"




Ball Game between "Old Maids" and "Old Bachelors," Speaking. ,. Field' Sports, Industrial and Fantastic Street .*

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eel r 1".1 I ,,01. I 'tin l.] .mm x ..r t : h.'II. 1 I 19.-1,1'al 1 I \ I'.Ilsnn I 1"1 : : : :
('i\ < ,il in Orange iotinl\ speak "t I' I..tldt. ., .,,1. .. ,. .. ,. ,.., ,
I .r nuntl"n ud r"" I I I -Mil 'II" \\ I II \1..1.,1 I < I
DONEGAN WILL NOT. ''fin,. the hir't, 'm in which t the J tie i.. ,.I, ,-.r'lat.l, '.'.r' :N'I'1' I'{( \III \ "". .. I \1..1'.1.l I I I.I,.,, II I' O! if..1. :
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rY |pie' of your iouiit\ hold you. and I' n.., I J".I 'In..' n.' I''.'' ,, ?." Lich. a'I' h, tb' .,, l..Ill. ., II..II,, il l .11./ III.', , .", .
th.itlnU. It0111' i ini I.. ,,01"1''" 01 ' .I i -am.i \\ I I:: 'I..knc.ul., ., I] I I
CONTEST PRIMAR1 WIh to a'>in ,roll t \leTI.'I.I.; I I I.n. .I I I: I J. I I.. .1.., .1..1.I ) t. \I 1. r
w ., is-inl\ .1 of !'I'g-d, to m\ 1 '". "i.. ...". ..I this. ., .. i 1''"''' ,.." ] \t..t.. I 'ii'.' I* M ;,, / \ I! : n.'.. ,
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sTulsr.; illS; \ to UIKIthat 1 )hi\i ;" ,, .,. .,,.,, ..,. .. I
RITES LET i ni I I I INNI 'n I.I. "'''II\'. "' i 1'11." ini.' "ii ii noi..amt' "r 1..1.i i i ',
; youtseP.? YOII" cal' I ta.d., but '.01.1, .., ",., ..I I.n" no'I II'.ll.'llll\' III \\ III. 1 ll, Hi,. -., | = ;
I'oxmoN) () .\ :XII.SEXIIS.LEI'I) i woith\ a sut---ii : ,. .. .. . .. atihl, "
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TEn 1 OF (,O IUT.rL.\TJOX TO. sons h.iialwi..vs been nriionjf nrlnt I .' '' n., .,.. ", .. .. ..,. I 1'1.? .... as II"I. l" Il -ll'"ill I h.. T''I\.til'1 I !] 'I'll.I I : ; I : : .
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) I.FORE1"G1tAvFORi: (, ; ; ; ). Milt fiu'ndand I trust tie "..m-I In.ll, 1s. . N.hltlun, .10"1, I a,4a. u1.I .." \ i i: \ iiI : i ; ')
i unpl .01 01 d. .I .".". '1'1* ii. ,. DM. .mil\ 1.t.r. ,.f ti.w.ill. I t..
about aantnoss '
DEI-EATKI HIM l r O It HI.LLBC1ION. I .- : has. l brought : no :! I ;
paitrn l1'Ir'I.I: If th' ,. -111,-.MIIt.h1.q,' .' In, ,( ,,.,!. p"t|. atn-. .. I ), +
:. \\hith' will disturb the fiend 111, a 'a. 10.1., .'? "I .h. bumssI. nunnt, ..r -.I.. H.1.I I. .1.1\.1\| Hill. i.
:1 1 I. I Ic "1 ILNmt.., '.1 1 1l .,01.1 .gal pi.lIt'.." ...I I I.C i I I.v II..m it.. n. I nil l.aa i .
q lv relationshiphuh. ha* existed lie- '1..ill I 1.." | h.. ".Ii iu. tong "T i xpupllln I '." U I I'' Miil.Mini NlP-oniim, i I.I.
# and myself 1.1 1 1 ** i.xtu1,114..os. I i.. ,.i ud] 1111"1.l f lux th 1 1i I I., .'., xli..inII ., I : I : I
Senator Arthur E. }Domfrnn! of Kissir.lmee tween jour family I II .. .. .. .. ,
"i "tiiitk tn' Ml iiixl v ""lotion .r ii.in l titiuvfor" h liluHlinfn-' I I I I i ifll ; l i
will not contest the result < f 1 hope you may peed! a plrnxan'' uliiu. hv' .. .1..1 U! pooh!'y'. hot i iuitui ::. (II. H. . I !! I II '
< N<.1.I ". ... nt' Suit, | 1Il1l""fll"- S ill' KIIII, 1 Klsptmtn i*. 11 / :! :I ft,
. the recent primary in.>tho couits III.' time in Tallahassee, and if at nut I lima" ,lot, t1. m ..'"I1""t.i of told t I Iftinl .12.h.l : II, I : ( :
itnintt. itlon and fin II,.. educe I kiHBlminn' "' I : 1 ,
J r\ice to do 1 ) i' \ I: 'oil.III I
in the I be of a? you 1 1
announced his time can
has position tI"11' .f <'pit HM to I thi r" ' _r. vll II I Ml <
letter hentiate to call on me tin" ) ;|>i>.. II"'II\'I'I| : \ < H of. liirMa, ,; nod r"I't .1: I I. I t.I al's HfpHlmllll; , I' I I II I :( ; f
matter in the following : not .. ..
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Kisgirnraee. Fla.. June 24 1916. With kind icjrards and best wish"I '.. i hr t'l', ** lord UK stein (if am UMin . t\ITNtss I \\' III:HI:i il- th I ;$
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j ,* i tit Jiiil, rrrpurntl". shall lull subnet. lb" T H hits. hi riUH1l, Mill-, I : "
Mr. W. H. IJrokaw} Orlando Fin.tf I am, Very truly yours', I II Int.r| in Lull t !. base 1 ter. r rent bull)1 1I thili iiiiiniM anil iifTlxfd tluli 1 ...* ; \ -t:
inquiry ARTHUR E. ]DONEGAN': : Imgs I .111(1., "Ih.) t stt I 111 I Ul 4.8 of whlitK this tnM Htm lit on tlilH J'tli' il i I
Dear Sir-In answer to your I i . : ; ; 1 '\
\ i t kind nrcrsellr i \ to carry out U I. luni, \ I"" I'mix !
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m as to my intention to contest I ".1Jla and) .pui |poses. of the rurpulw' < ,'an \\' 1 II! M' \KI-: ". ..: I I ?
( tl..n Jild, .rp..11""ton shall. have tIiou t\\,,. ( Senll 1 H ( xp tNputtl'IS. ; ] X:
the result of the primary election h..ld< 'SOLDIER LADS STILL VU i to "orromom. .\" and tanu i"' ( ...all l- ,\ r'.t11S/N ;
board IMI\ meat 1I.r..,' HH. n.-"ot iahl- In II-....1'\ t-; I.. iV.PiN; ; I : "
Juhe 6th before the canvassing; ntrum! ,'nlH' amt to mortKUK nil or'an, ,, I I iXeill/ ) F 1. 1.ISt.1Y| ;

at Tallahassee on Monday next. AT BLACK POINT CAMP pt' <'1'0 r.*'.al or pTHonal. that It mi -- ...i',.
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nun to Kt < u Ha me or nnpai 01 ) .. '
Some of my friends filed a protest *!>..eof It shall hate. povr I.. 4<< numly off fl ..-....!.. 1
and IHM ..wn. hold. 1 l.'aa" in oi. IKHK", sal 1 11 On tits his Infill. nit. th' \ I I 'eH
before the Inspectors at Orlando, (Continued from Page One.) HIM. ttiftpoMi of r,al and p mortal prop.., aliened Riithorltx rHoniillx. "| "
since that time I have been pursuing i t \ and fto k..r hands of otht,' \\'. K Mr. Ii Inson. II. t' ":1."r..I. (: '
t.orpo. .r..II"I1R. and 1 max dlRcount necuc- I ("arnon .\ .I: l Ia.u. ..iran t-: 1 L ( 1
a friendly investigation throughout I there with the drilling evei >'' tit .N. and ma. >, t.omlu. o1 t nil*'h 'ftictorli to jne will known to 1o. I the |i :: ; (
company ehotiftpK and such who I rxreuC il ; :-
and w H l op late sun:' deHTrlheil In I and
1 r the district with the result that I find day and if the company goes: to the nld I. plots aH mar IK M.M.i.Kttarto eon- I fori-Kolii"- Arlli 1....B of I n(.on... I -
irregularities duct the l bust...see to IM carded I al\1 and oho HIerall' lu kiKiwleilK 'J!
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", there were a great many I front he is sure to give a good f'.c.r-J. 1 h\ sold t f'..r i...rntlo"1 that 1 It in n\ *.n- I they exeinted; said I inntrument .:" \, I ; '
caused by a mieunderatanding'nlthe : talillKh awn and opfratt or "rRnt'"TI\- rro' and \olttntniv' art for the I
count of himself. I II .. and ratHioi .. .. in extiriHHid :
U< k K to others to awn ope and iiiirnimtn th r ) I -t
,', Pryan primary law by the In Since the Kissimmee company went ....$. bitothK, met, <.antllf. MithUfih IN \\ITM-xs: !< \\1II-OK( |: I /
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I all of which I believe I 1II..n... of a'1\ kiwi tn .haroctcr. up"o htletinto Hit cot hind, iinil .dTI 11.
gave I
spcctors, to the camp last Wednesday a nUT'1-1 aiM piofM'rt lee held. 10\ it. .It h-r n" ant lot Heal nt Hlftpimm' i K1 1 1
jntTrcts to justify me in taking the Lieutenant oin. i 01 1-save 1 it inn\ ,HtnbUnlinmlntitfn this. 2Sth la\ if .I n ne A I I' I"H *
ber of recruits have joined ; and <'ondut hIr 1 .IH chit I .4LIIEIT\ \ HI .il'/' ( ; > I ; F
' matter Into the courts.to my advan W. J. Steed and Private J. M., I )louse or eating honni... ',. It mn\ bus I 1".:it Nolntv .' :
i,1 In precinct the Inspector; a. U oi deal In tins\ *II 1. g..H to i solid' i I mtv .iniinlnRlon iXin| N.I U". 1 I"'! ': \ij',
tage. one were .
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Rankin .
Johnston and W. G. Haini' upon any ut oundt h.-I.I bSul.t .
were indiscreet enough to allow met left behind to look after the recruit. i .n ylluuttl"o' lung niaoft..,i' pay IIn,1< I I - : "
a \\'ni d pi, Izi .H. diplomat* and/ .cttlaen 1 \Pf
who were not inspectors and IHt Last Saturday! the following ,.1 I UK lit to those. *.x<..Illnw in_ mi i rlt n,-
which is ing. : ,,,n,'Ih) ma K int. t xtilhltH.. :nt an/ \ fait\,'.
sworn to call the ballot rw men: went to Jacksonville as recruits *.x t.o..11. Ion to..x hi bit I f on given I or' .hi.1.1! federal
strictly a violation of the primnn) EdVard Gal- bx this. t.oi..poi.at Ion and I the sil'I.l.n l l i inquiry or
.. to the company: ..o"I..n shall hove full and ('''III1'I'IC1,0wl'r !
I. law. However it is my. belief that Johnson :Jr. Roland to do anv*. and all thlnt?.* thn .
; lagher. Clay;( ,, .
may h"V"r. ,' ,.r R 'rmnne. fur cat4rlnfron ,
j'' all of ,the inspectors ,appointed I BazGarfl d Reagan, Drew M. Al- Its ,husinece RH aforeenld ; anc

throughout the district were !rood vey, Gordon B.: MU l\. They were accompanied'by other the said powers l oorporatloi authorlmwd shall by also the hnvia state f.t)

and conscientious men,, and, any ml. H. C. Avant,. who, was Florida and usually granted, to torpor.. Railroad Sfrike ?
'unin.tenUonal. .. /ntions under the.. State, lawn, and tti< .
It takes made. on their'part. .were" already a ,member of the company but .numeration of .",>c'Iflo r! rhti nn<
'. nrt\hl.ges| herein "t..ln..d shall noibe ,
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unable when. th.? first :order i .
get away defined to be **xolUHlKIICI.K \ H
7 loth.re/ore. am going to cheerfully"Bcl'ept Lieutenant .\ (( III

the result of the election he':: Steed came and Privates Qn J)Mdndav Johnston and I' Th.HI.
r that it is for the best The 1..11/1'I / \\hl.h .Klml l I be <\idt.l tutu, the additional burden in cost of having 'om-I that an transportation
would on country
impose
the
Hankins were' called to join ( "r MM' Thoiina, / nd, ..hr., ;. of t hi. par. \alui : !:
,,1t 'gentleman who was nominated In;\, my It wan understood then that ..1 'I'1 ..11) ($110 Unl(. ) 1..1110'I i ill h. t1. .. HllIBi. .. $100,000,000 a the railroads propose that this wage problem be settled by t. ;
pany. .1. 1 I.. ,p "..I rm In 1 lawful imnit. \ ot the year,
place is a very old resident of Orange the troops would start for the border) [Called I Mat I.'H oi In PI"'" I'I"', hhur' or. ,' reference to an i impartial Federal tribunal. I
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liked and 'respl'ted'by *"rslce .it. H JuKtaluatl )i. In ht tlxi fl --
t. county-a man at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. This : I" tin Im-.tot I i -< of. ihi itrporatlon. at whose efficient service is acknowledged the railroads :!
With these
of employes ,
his neighbors with a host cancelled! With a till-lug. tiled for hal purpose.utTr'I.I ,
r of his order however, was I II 1 I- I\ have differences that could not be considered fairly and decided justfy'by such t
friends. Members family are Lieut. Steed and the other membersof Tlit auld/ cit, .potation, ffhitll xlnt p" r- no ..

friends of mine. This honor com-l lt I ,? rllauy /
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the company on Monday the following 111TI'I.I' r \- I a public body. 1' 9 .1..
t to him in his declining years and will The I tniMtn. old/ ,.rporatlon.
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rel'ruitsVl'nt to Jacksonvil- : .ill l I" .. meal Ls t H I'lloldrl I tuo. I
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be something to hand down to his Homer Tindall; Will AwJiton, A. F. ,,:.!. -.1,1.I .nl, K. a 1'1 1 ,latl"l'. II'I...<.1 1.. Railroads Urge Public Inquiry and Arbitration ;
' 1..1. of not tens thin /n rte
I still ten H "oJ..1
family. As for myself am a I Smith William Delk M L. Cox, Stan: 'mi' 11,1,1. t ban, IIft..n I PI l 1'.1"torn. oho for the settlement of .
the
;i'. young man and have already had the .hall ".- Irrl.It) ! annually) Tw lloaid ofinotorn The formal proposal of the railroads to employes ,:
Malcolm Overstret-t
ley Parsons and shall be .1..1 .."nun 1-
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I distinction of serving the Nineteenth In the ( roster given last h ft....ni a1.. stutkholdtu'e of the controversy is as follows: r, .
t' I should be u'1aelfieh company ..aid/ ,'",[ oral liiit on the first.
''i Senatorial district. week as furnished by the officers of 'pi.t*.la\ after the first Mnaayn. "Our conlcrrncrt hive drmonttratcd lh.t wt cannot harmonize our difference* ot opinion and that eventually rtmatters >. I
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enough to wish to have this \tint\ and the Maid Hoard t of. UlrectorHmmiiflMt ; other and disinterested .genci. Therefore,.we propose that your !'
of Theodore controversy be by
I the; company the name *.I" after their I ele< tion shall MI mutt passed upon "I
'distinction conferred on another especially I Bowen was omitted. He is with the ..1*.c.t fawn their number u. 1'reshd.nt. proposals sod. the proposition of the railways be disposed, of by one or the other of the following methods:

es the close vote between us I two \"tc'i,- ('r..ld..nl". a Tr asufrr. m.vrpnratlon and I. Preferably by submission to the Interstate Commerce, Commission, the only tribunal ..hich. by reason) itsaccumulated
I however and doing his /'I..r. and any one person .
is
rompany, \t\r\ Hiiid co information bearing on railway conditions and its control of the revenue of the railways. it in a po.iIon .
would indicate that a large proportion old t ff
part in learning to be a-soldier. ,: xii pt that h of lri":3.: and V'Iee-"roe-. : to consider slid protect the rights and equities' of all the interests affected, and to provide. additioaal revenuentctttary
of the people have secured the 101..nt. The follow Insr na in* \d uflerrsloth I in found the Commiision, to.be ju.1 a.drrsonahle ..
Harry Dawes and Ward Estoy wento .buninenw of th.. rorarltlun : to meet the added cost of operation case your proposal" are by | \ .
they wanted for this office. I .. conduct the the Interstate Commerce Commission cannot under existing laws, act in the premises .
man the camp this week and enlisted .. until thi Ir all/'ceseal.. are I : or, in the event
I desire to thank you very much ..leafed 1. which must, be ithlii" thin that we jointly request Congress: to tale such action a* may b. necessary t* enable the Commission to consider foul '
band Seral ',, ..1".1'
Second .
in the Regiment after In r
(311) da\M involved
I 'barter promptly dispose of the questions ;for
'; for the interest you have shown in .
I ; r members of Company B have I" By arbitration m accordanee with the provisions ot the Federal law" (The Newlanda Act). Jt
friends
: behalf and also
my my many been transferred to the band. Thy

L .x. and throughout voted for the'me district believing who 1 worked could. I ,.nee: Lawrence Caster Griffin Walter, R. II Thomas Lud TIME TO ACTton'l Leaders Refuse Offer and Take Strike Vote : :

lea. Harper ,
x s best represent'them. To those who I md Leon EsteA.. F. ,Smith i nmted Fatal nfhirfney Leaders of the train service brotherhoods at the joint conference held in New t'i
Stage
Wait for the /
y' (, \"thought otherwise, this was their I Ii for the purpose of being tran! ) Illness-Profit by hissimmee York June 1-15 refused the offer of the railroads to submit the issue tb arbitration .
to ,
and I have nothing saY.
I ) privilege ? (cired. to the band; but it is understood -
I have been! a resident of the Nineteenth People's. Experience or: Federal review, and the employes are now voting on the question whether f
tha he remained with he com- '
;; + Senatorial district practically authority shall be given these leaders to declare a nation-wide-rrrike. t,.

f r all my life coming here as a boy, end >any as bugler __ Occasional attacks of backache, irregular The Interstate Commerce Commission is proposed by the railroads as the '

7 if the plans which I have made m'11 F W. Hill, of Nurcoossee a spent urination headaches and dial of: public body to which this issue ought to be referred for these reasons : -

+ ture. I: shall continue to reside in the Monday here zy spells are frequent symptoms

; district the balance of my days interested idnev disprclers It's' an error to ne:- No other body with such an intimate know;*dg:' ploy.. a wage: ; and the money ro pay increased wage .:f.;.

;n always in its devtlopment < : II.'t' these ills. The attacks may pas of railroad condition has such .n unquestioned poii- ran come from no other source thin the rate paid .

lion in the'public confidence by the public. yti4
01WOODMENS for time but jrc-nerrllv return
and up-building -> LODGE MEETINGS off' a /
intensity. Don't delay The rate the railroad. may enarge the public (ortransporiaUoH The Interstate Commerce, Commission ..itltt.* coo* ..\b

i ..:; Thanking you aJl.'ain. and with kind] . . >00 I with greater Poan's} Kul are now largely fixed by this dovem trol over I.tn. ia in a position to make a complete '',\..J;
minute. Begin taking
I regards I am Very truly yours .a meat board investigation and render such decision a. would protect
r ARTHUR K DONEGAN: : : CIRCLE Tohopeka ney Pills and keep up their use until Out of every dpllar received l bv the. railroads from the intereMa of the railroad crnpJoyea. IBM oven.

F, '1 ---- iga Grove. No. 66, meets every first I the desired results,are obtained Good the public nearly pne-half i* paid directly to the em- of the railroad, and the public. y
U ; md third Tuesday! night. Social ef-
the
work in Kissimmee proves
Senator Donegan sent the following\

.3 J letter of congratulation> to the Hun neetings second and- fourth Tuesday I sctiveness of this great kidney rem.iy A Question For the Public to DecideThe

'! C'' ,>- \v.f'. -i..-ford, who defeatfilhiia . afternoon in Fraternity Hall. I .'. railroads feel that they have no right to grant a wage preferment of
Mrs. J. R. Sumner Clerk. St.
Mrs II. Sicver, 316 Church ,
tor r'-ele > i iKlc : Mrs Ollar Guardian. both-. $100,000,000 a year to these employes, now highly paid and constituting only
kidneys
n n1ee, Fla, June 24, 191o, I iissimmee, saysMy: ".
fifth of all the employes without a clear mandate from a public tribunal that
r W. Crawford j red! me for several( months and I had one- ? f
7 Hon Qeprge .NOTMK: OK IiOll)91RATION.NntIc5 : merits of the after review all the '
the facts. .
-'T- Conway Florida. I tech dreadful backaches that it was shall determine case a .

l + Utear Mr.: Crawford 'wish to congratulate I nderHlKni. IA JI.u.J.ytflvsl; will on I ht r..thut-wr.- lily by t.frecr] will power that I kept The single issue before the country! is whether this controversy it to bt settled by an {

Bib n.r of Auarnx.. A. I). 191ft. feet. The kidney" secretionsere
: on the most splendid riltftniPll. nmy- inquiry or by industrial war/art. ..
.
you ; l>rtly to the Honorable Park 1 impartial'Government +;'fJ:
of Flat :lda.ter unnatural and most of the time
9 race made for the State Senate: lovtrnor t f the $tat I q

f t '""-To be you elected to the position; of State c..y Letter on liuitlnfNii. Patent HulhorliliiK the State or u"KlnrJn to- I could see dark spots floating beforely I National'Conference (Committee of the Railways ,

corporation under and by > lr* or lean ..
Senatorial ai a My sight was more '
Senator of the Nineteenth ue of the Law. of: the State of Vlorl- eyes. ELISHA LEE. Chairmanf

i U honor which you may (la l under and by the num.of. the atre ted. I used Doan'a Kidney Pills H ALRH1GHT. WooIII1.: .._ O. H. RMFRSON! tbf.f..w. N. D, MAHRM, "- iNorMk .
l district an be''J 'OHOKOL.A' COUNTY FAIR A8HOCI- and it was but a short time before I Atlantic Coatl (LIB. KL. .......... l.... Norlkcr Maili''T. ' a WMm.JAN4E9 .......... .JI;
*: Jnstly be proud of. It will always rioN'( ; the propocod .harte' of the W. BALDWIN. 6V./ Maaaw. C. H. SWING.Gni'IMO.ta !tUSSKL '
QIC IManti.
t to me to look back, 'and ,aid proponed corporation being OMollowa. .. was over the trouble. They seemed s.r.1.1 Grorftia; Railway. fb.l..lphia' It M..4a. H.lw.r.B. D.....A Hio k.. .' ''':=:
.
pleasure :
\ ** W GR1CE. (,..'IS.,,. Tr,., A. M,
'The W. n: MAKINflON, to be just what my system nequirejfc C. 1. SARDO.C./N.wew SCHOYBa. Rg.
:rt' -"know tlutI uud this distinction. i M c. STANFORD, dealer's. Don't New York. N...H.... A llarti.fj .lllroaB. < Ch...._... A 0.... I .itwa.., P .a"'I.! .._......WW..kA1s. .

': )" tfi SlnhtQfial, dl.trlc retire c. A. CARSON. Price Got, at all -cOAPMAN..Y/reln./d.." A. &GRRIOAwt.t.f.w/ova.. w.LCRDDON.rb.1na: rr a'i
;. ..?" mne e.thpaiootuttfea+ or 'crr //he; o. J ARTHUR K ItONEGAN.twt .i ply ask for a kidney remedy ;etoan's Suvdivr Kailwav., ML .....1. S.. "._1_ ..eU..... tWa.M.4. Air Ua. ........, . ?... .
; ,frntiftitr& : ", ..w..r,.... . ,.pnle-th larri that 7 a.R.COTTRR.G"e'IM..yw. C.W. Gtm'lM.w_ A. J..IITONB, r---. .
/' oeolaaad"gemlnole, embrafe the beet INCORroftATToSAVe. ) Kidney Wabiak H.ilwar. Atebhwo.'Ironk.. .'.P..U_ II !rI..u- t j'' 'y: ,.

"', ARTICLES. the !urfHer.litn.d.OF do aa.aoclat. .- Irs. Setver' had. Foater-Milburtt Co., P R. CHOWLPY. *u>. rat'h.N4..l H W MaMASTBR.CMVAfl.war. O.L WAID.. Y1Wo. ...... f7a.7rp ,iNew .
; tJte...tate. ourselves together hereby pur- ; N. Y.-Adv. Y.tk GMrt LA.t4I .. WkMlu A t.k.f Un. .......* aus.t Casisi Li .a .. J" .
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