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: August 11, 1916
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00763
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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\ I County depositories to handle the Strawberry Buyers '

; Road Superintendent and Captain money of the county will be selected Board Decides On New Course : PL $?*/( hRAWIJERRIES .0C.
I by the board Aof county commissioners!! Given Start By Action Bond Issue Litigation Makes be
j between the first and fifteenth of next -0'O

of Convict Guards I December in conformity to the law' and Employs Miss Nellie Of GrowersPlans .: ad Figures Doubtful Until
I passed by the last selsioof the leg- 0) Clark Ho Wounded In Duel 'islature, which!i shed the office of R. D. Froh\ji: ) __-_. acre '0'c.
'county treasurer. McQuarrie as Teacher to- make Kissimmee J. 11. McC\.f\f\ ,,__,,_ % acre 0 Case Is Ended
The office of county treasurer will berry ma'rkei a straw- 4. P. BienneVM \ \I.-- 1 acre 0'I
>cease to exist on January 1, 1917. Alter during the coming sea- | K Schihm l ) -_ % acre 4
; BLACK THIEF PROVES[ DESPERATE{ [ [ L I that date banks which are desig- PRACTICAL EDUCATION IS PLANGirls growers son were of started this section at a meeting of the > W. E. Gef, :"-------1 acre 0 -
#, 'mated will be required to pay two percent urday. The plans include held the last Sat- 0) D. O. Mott \\i 1 "____ 1 acre 0 : RESOLUTION Sn OUT CHANGE[ ;
.I interest on balances and four I ing of Retwecn, 20 and plant- 4. J. F. Nis'\tA\1Vr _"*, H ncre 4
per cent on funds that remain in bank 30 acres of ber- (. S. T. FanVSA.X* / __JH acres 0 j
Tracked By Bloodhound! He Kill the three months or longer.. The banks Will Be Taught Principles of ries, fourteen acres of which have already + J. Lester.t.. _' --. 2 acres 0: If Bonds Are Validated Special Hard"
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Animal, Shoots Hi Purtuer and I I will also be required to !give bond. I Cooking, Sewing, Household Management The pledged. |+ H. C. Av M\ ,.1_,_.,x. 2 ceres 0)- I Surface Millaje Will Not B* Assessed '
Then Battles Against. Capture '' V. and Instructed meeting was called by President -'0) Tom "
.r Comptroller W. Knott hrs writtrnthe for'I S. T. Fansler HugVv j- _-__ % acre 0- But If Court Rule
oJ Until Shot With His I[ Osceola counCy( commissioners a | Duties ai Buyers for Their Klssimmee Produce ,Growers president, who of the 000 0) John Fine. .;\/_ _--__ 1 acre 000 I Against, Issue This Item -
\i4 letter explaining the law. The pre + -
... Own Gun. now Future Homes. sided. Mr. Fancier
.\ letter reads as follows: of th explained the purpo..e r,000 Total '\ / \ ',___ 14 acres 4'- I Will Be Included. -
"To the Honorable Hoard of County ? meeting to the twenty-five + .4.1' 4. + ;v-A; 'CtI- -e. + a ..0 <- 000- '
BatingJor his life. his own When the Kissimmea growers who were present and stated __ ,
l'\'un.\ Commissioners and Public Inbtruc-I public schools ] I "
emptied or its last shell, 1,. R. Furmer I I I' tion of the SevereCounties! : of the open in September a new course will |I that if twenty or thirty acres old 'Osceola C9unty's tax rate for 1918 t
-t .. county road superintendent shot''| SU-te of Florida : be inautfOrated. That courre: will beWomestre he pledged and 1 planted it was! possible' 'I has been fixed but it depends largely'upon' ,
to.bring buyers to Kivsimrnec and sell PLAN FUR CANNING that little word 4'if". The situation "
I I and killed) Anderson Harris a negroj' Gentlemen:-In 'order that you may Science.. '._
thief, Tuesday afternoon, after a /gun be prepared to answer Inquiries, you This uction was decided upon nt I' the berries'F.. B. II* impressed upoat I is an awkward one and the ",' If
f duel which lasted fully a half hour are advised that Chapter <;5'J2!): : of the the meeting of the County Schl'oll the growers that :.t 'would be necessary county commissioners 'have solved it ,.
The fight for life occurred near the Laws of Florida approved June :3rd! Board this week. A committee composed for them to keep their crops I FACTOliT [CONSIDERED with 'legal advice as nearly as it can "
.t old ])un I'rescott place! about three 11115!)] provides for (?ounty Depositories of County Superintendent K. I inood condition and to give close be settled. . \ I II
miles\ east of Orange Center and to be doHignatcd between the Yowell Principal R. M. Evans: and attention to the culture of the plants "'y'0 !I Puiing) th.? year two special road
across the line in Orange county. Harris first and fifteenth day of December Chairman. C. Bas, of the' board, if I success: were to be attained. !i GROWERS \WtrSS; \ PROPOSITION and bridge! districts have voted: upon
'. was killed l hy the lust shell in the Ifllfi! )/;, and requires eah poitory; to i was named to arrange for the pur-j j ,"I 11 takes work" to make a success .->f\\ AX/JJ/: ".I L'v I>JCIJTO;; a bond issues. District No. 1, which
gun with which he hud wounded Farmer give a separate surety bond :''chase of the neccsrary equipment' and i strawberries, said Mr. Fansler) "and and which, he hud stolen from to protect the fi-ncl.! ; under company the control the employment of a teacher. a if you are looking for a soft snap, my MEERSfU_ t.IL\.' : T WHICHi HAS | district, in- which ere located St.
the residence of K. L. Lesley, chairman of the Hoard of County Commissioners | Telegraphic communication) with advice would> ( |/..);!) THKM! REl'1'' :- Cloud and Narcoosnec, voted bonds in
of th.;' hoard oif county commissioners. and the County Bonn' of Public Miss Nollio McQuarrie, or Gainesville of growing berries.: FREE FOf> / A/i/! Y J.n.. the sum of $150,01)0. These bonds
CJenernl; discussion of he subject have not been Hold for the reason that '
I Instruction, respectively, according resulted in her acceptance t>f 'J
With his forehead and left arm the I followed and mrny quertions] were nsk- During th of the the law provides that the roads
to designation. position as teacher! if thccurre I' /VWr1\ truck spec
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peppered by T'-fc. chilled shot blood Th.:: Act nlso! provides for the tle- anti sn-.' win come nere wn/ii, : a few i'ed and answered! Fiicth developed ;"n growers heW I J1tt"t J atur ; streaming from the wounds, Farmer 'posit of Federal,' State, County and days for a conference with the committee '] this discussion I weie as follows: i of estabMjMjfljja\ ) \ cunning factory amount of the bonds. It was found '
rode horseback for four miles before Municipal boi. he joined the others of the party who I company bonds, and all of the bonrt'sto curing the necessary (|luiplI".nt.> :Miss; ara needed to the acre. This would ,, of that -used ,ir. t f\\(! local market and on the work figured/ between $75,000 .
had formed a posse to seek the negro be given or deposited must be approved McQuarrie will also have charge of m.3pn a cost of between $:'tO and $40 shipped to Alered. \ l r'u ntt was considV and $100,000 more than the bond Is-
and was hurried. to KUsimmec in Mr. by thq Comptroller both as to daises in gardening. A. chool gar- per acre for nlantst The total coat I t'' The \jI fVr BS. brought before sue. District No.2, which includes -
Lesley's automobile for medical treat- ''[ amount and validity! and th e ment.\ lie I was tukn to the office cf''' troller is given authority to rc< uir-e''girls will be taught the elementary of his own labor, willbe rbout $100. !I who stated t At.II. I1jt d J been told that county not included in District No. 1.
Dr. T M. Rivets, where his wounds additional bend., when'those originalI | principals of farming. Miss McQuar- If all labor i is hired the cost will run I I Arthur E. 1' "if\tAJ'\ !, at present' own: The bond issue in this district was .I
were given attention. He was not Seriously I I I ly deposited become insufficient: or in- Irie is a daughter of C. K. McQuarrie, between $175 and $180 per acre. Theestimates er of the c."IIII'ii (I-Y built south I in the amount of $250,000. The vali
hurt, although his arm gave I'I adequate and to pfcribsuch: t_>rms, | who. is state agent of the Extension :! of expense given were as ,,of the city t14hilrew: \> \ Van derjijlAw' dation of these bonds is now being. I,
him considerable pain and will be a source of .much soreness for several ,' necessary to enforce compliance) with \'' Th?: course in Domestic) Science will !' labor, picking, pt.eking and baskets, buildingand :;' 'L \iry free of rent : In each of th-3 districts a millage .. :'
days. the law in this respect. be taught to girls only and will be $110. Baskets, it was stated: could for one )'earIt t'Ief, trinkera: Jared; to; must be provided to care for interest- .
-';. A half mile from the scene -of the I'I The bond or bonds when approved divided into U.--ee; h-sals: Study of'' be purchased for $5 per thousand. take up the JfI-" ." t"on.;" and sinking fund. The commissioners
shooting he met Sheriff 'L. II. Ingram, I by the Comptroller in cac' case: will Foods( Study of Clothing and House- Mr. Fanslor offered to furnish The idea r,' f VlH instant approval were in doubt whether to assess mllla -
who was hurrying to his rescue on''be held by him subject to< th" terms hold Management. plants to those who vere not financially on behalf t/: .b1* growers and the a c to care for these funds for fear
horseback and the sheriff went on to and conditions cf the Act. Speaking of the new course Prof. able to buy them! at $2.50 per secretary wi i.,h.kr4ed/ ; t to communi- that th?. bond ..Mfrent not bo sold and l lI
i thousand to 1 b 3 paid for out of the cats with LUK\ \ l' no necessity would then. exist for I
take charg-e of the body which was j Yours very truly I Evans said: '! f aviQ, of ,I the
later carried to a point near the Miller \V. V. KNOTT "Uiiden. the study of foods comes, 'proceeds of the, crop. Kansas, a V\jV( POt D.-. J. Wichita'i, I' funds provided. In the event that ;
tufpentine still where officers from Comptroller. first, the chemistry of foods. Here The planting of egg plant and other . who spends >\\fi' Vh'ters here. Mr. i 1''I the bonds were not validated and sold "
him and winter vegetables was also discussed Is an t canning tDavis -- < the commissioners wished to assess
: Orange county met an inquest I I the chemical constituents of foods is }tftahnevd a
was held. The coroner's jury ,I{ studied,. and those foods containing: by the growern during- the ses- tory man aJM'e, growers will attempt I seven mill tax for the building of hard ;
found a verdict that Harris had met j me /highest amount of nutrition in sion. I to ge\\; 1i1'' ku come here and I surfaced roads, authority: for which
his death from gunshot wounds inflicted { proportion to cost are learned and In order to get some ida: of the 'look the Acl4 V'f Vith a view of op ,I was given them by the last legislature -
by L. R. Farmer, a deputy used. Then, too, under this head pupils -, crop of strawberries which may be erating the 1lH' / f' the; growers on I in a special act. -
sheriff in discharge of his duty and OSCEOLA BEGUN are taught to detect adulterants expected in addition to the fourteen. a co-operatltV Ilin, Legal advice was asked upon the
while Harris was resisting arrest for In foods, and are put in a position as :,acres pledged at the meeting, Chair- It was alV* \iR4ested; 'that the I question and Attorney L. C. Massey,
larceny.The housewives to be able to know when man Fansler appointed a committee nlant might IV t chase for Harris began( about ATTORNEY FOR' W. V. KNOTT they are being: imposed upon by unscrupulous to visit the growers and report at another fruit juice a n A\<-r citrus fruit pro. clerk of the court i&o follows: .
10 o'clock TuesJay morning, a half FILES ALTERNATIVE WRIT dealers. Second, under meeting to be held on Saturday. ducts, it bei" \ijilt,, hour or more after he had entered the CALLING FOR A RE-CANVASS the head of Foods, comes nconvn-.ical The committee is as follows: Clark from the gradtttl( section would L saying that the Extrd'I of County Commissioners -
servants' quarter at the Lesley OF PRIMARY VOTE FOR GOV-[! buying, and third, tho preparation of Howell, to call on growers in the section more than W'IJA, Vll the fruit needed desire written opinion
home, north of the 'city, from which ERNOR IN. PRECINCTS 1, 4, 6, food. < The economical buying) : of food northwest of town; W.- J. Fripp, for,this t-Jv.'ft' e' The matter will I from me with reforonco to the levy -
-., stole Mr Lesley's shotgun. One AND 91|I is an important, but, if possible, the inside the city and the section northwest be given ritr .ttel1t1on at .the for sinking fund and interest on the
+ Ha of- the' thrOPe: Sundav.UAt- ; naJlt I I proper preparation (f food is the of town; J. I... Crawford, the meeting ofSaturday t? #kfortTt to be held on L bonds of Special Road and Bridge
sqme one haan entered the 'servants': The now famous Knott-Catts con-[most important part of the whole domestic i section between Kissimmee and St. ofA& .. \eit. District No. 2 for thIs year as the
a3- quarters at the Lesley home, while test for the governorship nominationhas science course. The health ofa Cloud; P. Biesner, Shingle Crck'sec A bonds have not yet been validated ? !;
the family was at church. On each at last reached Osoeolu county.W. I people depends largely on the tion, and S. T. 'ansler, the section (Note-The opinion wiis asked on No. :lfc
: occasion the thief has taken some article T. Cowles, representing Thos. aration of its food. Most of our prep-diseases south of tho city.B. TRUCK udDWERS B GIVE 2 only as it will)) apply .to both dls. f
of value and in one instance he B. Adams, attorney for W. V. Knott. are those of the food passages E. Evans, county farm demonstrator trlcts.) "*
stole $5 and some small change be- in the M. D. Alexander and D. O. "It seems to that tie a
was the city this week and filed gullet, the stomach, the intestines me levy ought "
longing to the servants. Since these with the clerk of the court an alternative j etc.-then how important that Morton were named a committee to AID tA FAIR PLANSNUMBER to be mad for if the bonds should be
depredations Mr. Lesley: left his shot- writ issued by Judge James' our food should not only DC oure, but obtain information on other crops. validated, which seems probable, there ''I
gun in the servants' house for the W. Perkins at DeLand, colling upon'the ; that it should be well qooked. Fourth They will not report until the meet would be no money to'pay the interest (
protection of the white woman whois election officials and canvassing i 1 under this head I 'would mention ing of the Kissimmee Produce Growers Si!1ftRE TO STOCK: on the first coupon falling: due next .;
employed aa domestic at his board to show cause why they should the planning of proper foods for chil- organization to be held tho first IN ASSOWHcW AND WHOLE year and -erha'ps none to pay the see"t"t
home. not recount the vote for governor in dren and adults. One-eighth of all Saturday in September. BODY FfrJMfcg COOPERATION ond, to say nothing of tho sinking
Tuesday morning Mrs. Lesley was precincts 1, 4, 6. 9 and 10. The writ''' babies born in the United States die It has been the practice of the IN IWKft/BING EXHIBITS fund. If the Court should .efuae to
a sitting on the front vernnda of the ''IS made returnable on next Monday. |I before they are ore year old, and the I growers to hold their meetings during AND LEJfcMA HELP TO MAKE validate the bonds it would be a slm- ,-,
residence when she noticed a negro, Attorneys Lewis O'Bryan and Mli- most of these deaths are caused by the morning hours on alternate IT SUCCvOsceola pie matter to havo a friendly injunction '
whose actions aroused her suspicions, ton Pledger, who are looking after improper food. Is there not a reason I I Saturdays, but the special meeting f\.I'V'o.-- issued against the tax collector, ,
walking up the road. The negro kept the interests of the Rev. Sidney J. right here why r.ll girls should be I: next Saturday will be held at three I cOJ'V fy t\1\ *ck growers, especially to enjoin him from collecting the ',
looking back at the house and when Catts in this section, will file a demurrer -I taught all there is to be .known about I o'clock in the afternoon it having )] thosv.jA! > section immediately sinking fund and interest and as we ,.,
he reached the cross roads just north to the alternative writ next foods necessary for vounir hildren 1 been decided that this flour is more 11 surroufSw\ '\JMSsimmee who are may look for a decision in the case J
of the Lesley !ome he turned west. Moiftlav. I| "The serving of meals i is' suited to the time of the growers; At members of i f A\ K*immee Produce perhaps about November 1st or a little '<
Mrs. Lesley hid beside the verandah Mr. Co'wles attempted to get ser- part of the work of a very the Do-- the meeting to be held in September Growers, will it\f /J| they can to make later, no taxes will be paid, or ft
where she could watch the negro and vice on the parties concerned by tel- mestic Science department. officers and committees will be selected the Osceola <"V\t''), Fair a success. I money could be refunded those who >
yet remain unseen. lie walked a ephone messages through Supervisorof girls learn at horn a to serve medls Many in by the organization for the corn- The propoa/rtj fAjf And! the plans of, had paid, under an order to that erect j
short distance went, then climbed the Registration Katz: and the inspectors the proper manner, but wa .!'IU'.t remember ing year. the organizsW;, *x l1* Known as the I( made in the injunction suit. It "{
fence and hurried to the servants'house and clerk of the St. Cloud precinct that there are others who Osceola Coimtr' fail' Association is an awkward situation and I can see r''
which Jio entered. I I were brought to the city through have not had such advantages, and FAIR ASSOCIATION a were explaiw tP' the growers at I th-3 matter from Mr.' Crawford's '
Mrs.' Lesley ruaied) i to the house | this means. When like service was it would be a rod.end to them to be I their meeting 1l1 lAst Saturday by standpoint, but I believe that the ;
and secured a revolver When she ,i, attempted in the case of Chairman able to learn the 'ins' and 'outs' of C. A. Carsori, tf i\,14raf\. )' president of course I have selected is a better one."
came out she sew the negro leaving; Lesley, of the Board of the Acting this th& board '
County Commissioners properly serving meals in their Ifl associati t1\ 4i. Cnrttor*>made it upon opinion v
the servants' house carrying Mr. Lesley's ; and Judge T. M. Murphy homes. own MEET AUG. 17 ''plain that il\j\ rlc-J\hization is to }he.. fixed the millafte including the sink- V
shotgun. She then returned and of the county court, members of the "The cost of fpods is becoming a permanent iiV' At1\J \is.0 hold a fair ing fund and interest in each dis-( '..'
called by telephone the residence of !I canvassing board Attorney Pledger and more a perplexing problem more and I{annually. HMAin/ Clark Howell, just acrojs the road to [called attention to the fact that no the girls in our schools must ,learn I The charter having been issued by hafj' I fe/h incorporated at'' fixing the seven mill tax for special ,'.
the north. The Uowell children summoned recount could be secured Upon this I not only how .to be able to puichase the state authorities, the Osceoja I I $10,000) andHrf\1 \ 11'jt' par; of the I hard surface fund in tho whole county -
their father from the field I procedure until his client had oppor- 1 the best foods for the least County Fair Association stockholders ,, stock had al Vy Kt'n oubscnbed. I with the understanding that it is
where he was working and arming tunity to answer. 1 but they ought to be able by money, will meet at the city council chamber'I As a resultJf' / r'is' Ullit a number not to be collected unless the bond
himself he gave chase to the negro, Mr. Cowles attempted to claim that calculation to plan the systematic whole- next Thursdr.y night, Aujuct; 17th, at of growers bfyftet( > subscribed for issues fail to become effective. J
who soon .outdistanced him. Chairman Lesley was in contempt of food schedule for the home on business 7:30: o'clock for tho purposT of elect- stock and PIt/k'' !' their co-operation The millage in Special Road aid) i
q In the meantime Mrs. Lesley: had! court for failing to respond to the like basis. ing permanent officers and making in the mattey\ bTeParing, -exhibits. Bridge District N.I, which has the ?
called Mr. Lesley's office in Kissim- service, but acting under advice of I "Plain cooking is what is plans for the first annual Osceola Mr. CarsofM\ that it was the same boundarieo as CommUsiosner's i
mee. Mr. Lesley was absent, but .Attorney Attorney Pledger the officials did not l I taught in the best schools and I being/here county fair to be held during the coming plan t6 secullj* A *d.HV\ acre tract for District No. 3, will be as follows:
Lewis O'Bryan answered the respond to the summons. No further winter. the holding jtir. General revehue ____ "
|' serve notice that when Domestic / VV\" He said that _h 3 mills "' .'
V telephone and summoned Sheriff In- attempts at service dh the defendants I Science is introduced into our schools The following: notice of frram. Together they went in search have been made so far as is known 'the I time of the pupils will)) not be taken ing has been issued: made on tertyA JIl ten per cent cah Road fund (general) __. 3 mills
of Mr. Farmer, who, as superintendent Nothing further Is expected in the up in learning to make 'fudge' 'A meeting of the subscribers to and the remi i I".1' in bonds, the first Fine and forfeiture ____ 1 mill
of road construction is also captain case until the demurrer of Attorneys and other suet. things. the capital atock in Osceola County I to fall due (ill.I.n\. f.ars. This, h.. Special publicity ______H mill
of the convict. guarjs and a dep-. Pledger and O'Bryan is field. I, "Under the head of Clothing comes Fair Association .nd all others inter- said, would ",1riaJly: i } leave all of Interest on bonds ______ 4 mills ;;..
: iw .hariff i ' M. Farnu'r; ;;dth anti-- Sam the soloction and buying of materials, eted is hereby called to bo hold at the cash raiiJ! tC1 thepurpose of Sinking fund __________ 214 mills *
Rodgers, a gu'ardji sheriff CITY SCHOOLS the making of clothing and the care the council chan ber on Thursday evening building the iYeksi'y buildings and Total county millage.. 20% mills i
and Mr. Farmer brought his bloodhounds WILL and renovation of clothing. August 17th, tt 730C. A, other expentA, '\.11 it has been the Adding to this the state millage of ? \;
which soon'took the trill of "Many- women spend large amounts Carson, tempoI' try prjsident." practice of tfiA VuAtV commissioners six and a half mills gives a total of \V,
p the fleeing negro. leach to approprisV\ \\tn*, ot each state and in 1
year clothiog, and yet money .county millage Special t
Sam rode horseback Bemery Whidden ahd .
Rodgers in SEPTEMBER Jennings
18 'seem to be well dressed, while others, Prevatt left year for the K>\AA1t1tt() \ preparing ex Road and Bridge! District No. 1 of "
of the older Thursday for
pursuit dog until the latter a motor hibits ''
by knowing how to make and at otMV j\Mt, it was stated by 27' niflls. This will be the millane
was exhausted. Then Mr. Farmer (Continued on Page Three.)reno- trip to Jacksonville, whete they expect Mr. Carson t\1\ Ai rAore liberal appro- if the l ..fid issue I is sold. If tho bond i j'i
., took the horse and unloosed the The city schools of Kissimmee will ...,. __ to spend several days. priation! wouM. t r\ all ked for the home is"i u.. islot BOld th. Aimtrif rill' ftot f
-younger dog. Sheriff_Ingram followed open on September 18th and the -w - . ---- ----------.{fair. ApproAVM'4"1,: / '\ will also| be asked ext and the millage will include! the .,
on the horse, which Rodgers had been buildings are being put into shape I of the ), ilf\i\ b1W and St. Cloud sen nulls for hard-surfaced road .
Tiding, and which had become somewhat I now for the oponng. Tho force of ,city councils yw Charter was issued fund instead of the sinking fund and ,:
t* fatigued. J. F. O'Berry, Lewis teachers has boea employed and the Important fashion Announcement to the fair -#ktfkdAtiemn! last week anda interest millage.( making total state ,',.,
r 'O'Bryan, City Marshal Overatreetputy and outlook points, to another successful meeting VfH k Wld this week 01" and county iniUage of 28 mills.. t
; 'TX Sheriff Bob Campbell term under Ute efficient direction of ,w. take next to electVAn/ ,nt officer and The millage in Special Road, and
,' Guard Rodgers were told by Mr. Far- great pie.... u auwucuf te .w reader that M- 1
Principal R. M. Evans. Some of the arrange plany Vv fn_ holding: of the Bridge District No. 2, in which Kis
;.,.'; tntr to circle around in automobiles country schools have already openedand gbummg wiA this Us.. we will p.bWi ... first of a series of weekly tint fair thiA W\4*. simmee is located and which include, ."fi; "!
"", **Otpwarda Conoley, in order to head the others will open next week. articles .. w- It was .it )VVtI that not more all the remainder of the countynot.. .
",:> Tierro off, if he should take that dl- ud d I... faskiMS. than twenty KAy_ vA.,t o( the stock subscribed included, i; Special Road.and .Brid?*. ._. ;,

: Tee-lion. FILLING TUCKER SILO. Tb... arfida& will' .b. fflmstrated. with artistic 4rawta ml t.y.y woulqf .fA .nd 4 immediately District No. 1, will b.M follow r'I '.
:. When Farmer began the chase, the .i
and that the yv>W_r would be calf- :. General revna ........ S mill j _' _ had already followed the trail for Work was started this week on .west styles mm win be ..p.d fly writteK for dais paper bye ed for at isit. between DOW and County schools ___......'T tnilU jl j
four miles. Soon after' he began rid- filling- the new" ailo of 3. Wade Tucker .) ... / tke b.U-2W (psI. -sL-w. Ja the ,Ant of :r.tJrt. Road fund (general) .*_? ft mill*, t"
lag behind the dog, Farmer noticed at his'new homo OtyTb. -
; country\, north of Fine and forfeiture .._. 1 lIIiD" ,
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; : -that he had been wrongin: his belief the -city. Sheriff1 L. lIL Ingram has ... '.m..h.\ aa4.j .....'wII.w. ......... B. L: EvaAA jpId by C. C. Special publicity .. ...,;*':null ' "- _
;, "'that the negro would head toward Con- been ,suparintendlc en* work and is ., I" '. f; Bare of th#.... jtiu of Crop Estimatee.'I.ft .Inte....& on bond _..__4H .m __ __
.5 1.,. and Taft He kept on to the westward -, his rotting machine to prepare I'I'uliD& "" .. mU.;Tki ty wtt nO fie fuUWr fafcmifiMi e/ UI tot v.Jtoaa Sinking fund ______.... ft mill .
'. and'soon Farnr-er wasT mile in the ensilage. The silo i* beinjflllad nteptie l J.., .R.d dU Sr* rtkU. Mr J-vlVs. Pal been on the Total county-mUJa..Jl" allis s
'rg:)' (Conttatai *a Par Three.) ". with com and yIr, t bean*, , '!i.& rf ,bd wUI take Adding' to this the a tot* millag of '

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L ''NEW ter Ashley wad captured and broughtto John Ashley, It' Is stated. has been ..
SHE WOULD LAY AWAKENIGHTS YORK WOMAN !bade county and placed' in jail in the indirect- cause of three"""' murd ra.1' "

St. Cloud Department March 1914. The jury brought .In a On June 3, Ml5 Bob Ashley1 broth '".,
I verdict of murder in the first cj gre-a er of John, called at the jail and shot
LIKES THE GAZETTE and he was sentenced to hang. CrutedV. Jailor HcndrickEon: Policeman Aibett "
..; FOR HOURS Bowen and A. J. Hone( ,, Ashley's and Ashley was shot by Riblctf, 'Bob "
NEWS AND NOTES' OF THE "'"O. \DER CITV FROM OUR OWN attoVneys appealed' to tho Supreme. Ashley! dying. I in. jail early in the .e'N., "f
Mrs. William Raaquin of Flush Court, with the result above stated. I ning.Ilere'n/ .
SI'ECIAL CORRESPONDENT ing N. Y., who is spending the sum- J '

'; I r Stomach and Nervous Trtx'tJe] mer at the Flanders' Valley, Long Gazette Island, which:appreciates ahe. i j
fl Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denjtf", of N'urcoossoo ing Mr. and Mrs..Clcve Outlaw. The 1Almost Wrecked Richmond has been receiving as one of the 600 CALOMEL WHEN !
t tl.e Boniar ladies Wcdn ', sent qut by the County Coi.imiHsion- ,
wire :guests > Young left. ] dllY log: their Woman
House on Satuvday. horn< //I' ers as a publicity medium. She
F. F.: and W. H. Dodje end mother, Thlt next: union mtetiny of the writes the Gazette as follows: YOU SICK AND SALIVATES !1
MAKES 1 1"Dtdson's
: ; of Cowallr.a, Orcon.: arrived thiN YoungV People's Society w'II me-t 'on Pays Glowing Tribute Now tJ Dear Sir-For Flanders L. I., Aug 1. 16. :
,,. week and ere :favorably imp*:,-cscjd Sunday evening; August 13th, in the : some weeks past I
f with our city. Methodist church. Topic. "True Beau- Splendid Medite have received from your 'Office the -, '
:: Harry Todd :and Roy Van D.nberg' ty." Leader, Edith Hand, of the Valley Gazette. for which I wish lo 4
Mondcy in Orlando.! thank you. To my giiarsntsw-4"o. to any drug
spent Christian EnJcnvtr Liver Ton Is Harmless
: Sor-iety of the "For seven long I I and ... SO-() rent. bottle of .
t J. H. Smith, of Klzsimin evas a Christian church. year was prac I enjoy -reading the paper vert More (If. a Iod- (,;
St. .Cloud vicit.-r:; cn Monday. I tically ajl the time In mIsery until J much. . Clean Your Sluggish Liver ,Itiii'sLiver 'fOIl.l Takn a spoonful and _
4 Mrs. P. ,E. Morgan, who: has I Ix-Kan taking And,., and 1 .
Albert Nyman, I f Kmuirnmee: Park been "uffpr It brings back fond. recollections of if it clH- n't straighten yon rijL4 .I}
It was in our city Satin day. I visiting, her parents at Brownstown, agony' with my HlnrnBch and would your delightful town and the names and Bowels. and make you. feel fine and vigorous I A. A. Martin left lart wek f ,- the 'Ills., is expected: home Frid. y. HufTer Blmily for hour"racked after every m,al I. Iwan of many friends rrtado while at Kis- 'ant y Owing to the fact that her with pain from simmee. I Tjri! ('utlnmelinjtlces nick. It' Illr nu" !IIOiiiiAfl'H Liver Tone 'r-
t Sanitarium at Johnson City,' tenn.. I father, tirad lo foOt ..nd nothing seemed am delighted with the ( you gut ji nty.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Pcjl-r. Mr -nd I Mr. Charles Goodrich, i ill cnds to take relieve m<* |until I tonkrAnde. ah'eto : town, good air, good food, and .the horrible, 'r"kp 1 a ilotw- of the Unprroiii|' ,. .1",1! ro\' iTiZ| the nali. calomel/ IKVAUIM
Mrs. Ed Georg... motorjd to Okee-j his stock of goods to Arkansas to dispose r.ow I recommend to itthern. I most hospitable people. drill tonight. and l tomorrow you nmy 1.a lose it i i. real) liT JimdicinB, ; entirety' V"IJe4' l
;" cl.obec Ci"y, Eact: Coast Palm Beach I of docs( not mean tat; :M.S. R. II. ""'nr, honpRlly I think It the trftnd- Your paper I am sure warrants a dll.\"'. work.C fable, tlierofore it can i\wl or ... ;/ 4
and Miami, )cuV'g) ) !,ere Sunday :'o Hatch.r will go out of the millinery] .t medlrlne nn enrth" ald MrR. R. T. I daily edition. nlomi l is mercury or oiiirk-ilvor; make null piij\ itI
be Kono: for sev"r il ays. and dressmaking business< < hut that Mulch. of 4f.3! Norfolk Ht. Klchmond."I Again thanking you for your cour- which causes" nivnmiH of the. IxirHi. I giiarnnti-e.-.' that one spoonful" of Dait.SuifliS 1\\
Mr. nnd, M'B. Bert G'n.'ordrriv- klv? will Dut in a larpr?r tock and Ie..! .a. tesy, Cordiclly YOUr I Calomel. wlii-n, it cornon into contartiti Liver, Tcim. will put your sluggish ,.(
ed home lr it. l.rcaking I li\er to work and! cU>an your 'tiowels of
t1 *ome time in Illinois. | The Chriht'nEnd -aver Society ('fthe I t'eCan' tiklntr" Andp, and mv condl'on '. City address Flushing N. Y. I i it III'. 'I 1 IIIH IM wlx-n )ou fc.'l( that I"duln"u..a that Hour., bill. and conHtipateU, waste '.
:Mr. rnd Mrs. N. Owe l' rid d 1 li ugh- 1'rcsljyte-;' ,' churc+.. ]lxl they irtiusmcR had MmpH turn mv n..ran.. I.' -- -- and rrampin If AOII sire slug- v liich, m u-liu.'ging your' Hyntfn' and mak-:
A t.r left MonJcy mornin-*-, fer Nevada, meeting and toc'-.l( last ''pr'p Th IT wn" n"Vt'r ft night when An effort will be made to make Kis lI'i.h and MaJI I.n..k..1 l tint, ," if ytmrIIMT 1111l yin feel( I f ifuwfvntea thata '
Jnd. Thursday tVL-ning! ::.t the rome of,:Mrs. fi,Ill led! t n 11 o ..ii u"a k P .for h..ur" At t a simmee a large strawberry growing l i l. U>nml' and! liowrlH ronHtimt| <- :j nil" r""** '| ** whpn I HI-OP center in addition to its big otock- or you have li11411a'lie, dirzincHH coatedtongue kiMi iritin. feeling fine
,. The Loyal-Society! if th'j Christian Ethel J'or'is, Kentucky avenue :nd | our family foriiMinlliM. <
mnrnl" I fdt more Hkp I hi J raising( development.Florida (Urow- if breath m bail/ HtoQilrli) :
or mmr (Uiit to children.
'fi 4 church v/ill :I.old :in ice creii'i :'uciulin Seventh str :'Ct. About foity: were .. Vking nil night than your It ia '
Marine's phrin-ar; :Calurd::: iy CYoC-l.]present. Among them were \\f* Cooke r H<, / anything er. jiiHt j try a flK. inful of harm I. '" IVi ring. i. 'i and wife A 'ksz.nt Liver Tone tonight on my guarauluu taste.
ev"ni ( was When went In the !rule "tor for NEW TRIAL GRANTED IN.FAMOUS .
4 John M. And ron loTt Wednesday i spent and ic cream a'i l c: ifi*. were tho llr-t b'kttlnf AndH! I hnd very -== (
II TRUER CASE .... ,. __ ._ _. __
for Sanford, w1 ere heil') work for :served. llttl' fallh to the m.II.lnf',! i put m\ k- *A A-- "' -A"' -A"AA. -
C. N. Cheese.j a i on th .o:i.:'.ruction < An olj fusriio'.e dan.c ill be. ] dollar on tI,.. rounu-r? nn he i1putliii). up: therMisn -. ;- 1 In nnothpr flollnr thrcw/i n ny.* Hut Ashley, who '
| th"
; evening at Lake ShoreClub has been tried
three times for
: Gladys", Saundfi nt' rtained (([ Houy.! on the lake fiont., T wn*' nevP..rnor4rnt,0lkfn. , In mv llfnfor murder of I DsSoto 'n'
It CI l to' IIP I tie l h..t dollarJnftrnpni Tiger a SemInole Lumber Co.
; Tuesday venng at a R'/ok nd Bun- lion. (;<:0.< F Parkei, an,1] li i ir.- and prn' ..f Indian, has boon granted another
? m\ Hfr- find now. utter
('0 party in ho '101- >f ttM,,,', :Mire: Jon s. ofKi"snn no .\'<'I'C 3t u.lnir f1\p 10'.111> P ..'f It'.. Anti..... I nct trial by the Supreme Court, according -
K"an.j: of1: c. 1. Gu.; wl.cre '/idt-I] ,([loud callrs on \Vedn *'* .. ... ,
< :'iyNEW . to
. ... t milH ( .1) it nmifht' inc Inrk a Ihon) dispatches received from Tal! DEALERS IN
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< * . . . : . > !1* -:. *. > *-< * * .:. <*.:: : -.,.. 4,1 Rand(.>\11'.. thin ul.tlcr.I II 1 t.* thi*"*rti 1 liffcf? of rnodicinp food I 1"1 hnvpPVPF :, lahassee.The murder was committed about

&, SHINGI.E CREEK. -:. : BOOKS() ) (JIVEN;J : .:. \i-*"! five years ago. After the murder House Building Materials of all
'JI'' . . . . <. . . .:. TO l ( ITBLIC L llIt.RY. ':. Till) I In onr' (>.f ,tb.. mr n\ rlow MCtr1htitp was committed Ashley wont '''t'",, n
I"oJ.. -:.t4.c. * <:. .:. < -:. -:. .:' <. > .:. (0 I I ". I that |i.i t'ln"! pnld And.l "ThNf.ifit' ) ... maimng there about two yenrs, On Kinds
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r.Mpilirlnp 1jtl\! all o"pr th his j
return he
I was arrested by the au-
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School opened Monday with MI.SJa --- Pout' I h A nilehu ftrr tmi''1hpd more thorities
'J \ Nisworgor CK leather. Tin re wasii The following t"tx>ks have been ,1.1.! r.a'n: IM| 'in T i rnir 11",1 ,,1I-tr"Iy than of Palm Beach county and, .1
It<, J :i .enrollment of < hll''n.I"h: Niswonger ?nati-d ""('I'nllv( ;.i.v Mis. 11V. Yhuimiin any m".lIl'1n. V\or lnr)< \%nAinJcs tried, but the jury failed to agree Novelty Works in Connection
,; )lurinp; the second trial. which follow
t' M is an experienced: teacher and in llu- Ki--imii' ': I.iluaiv: whl'h) ,, i t
i \ the people of tie community fortunate )I. niainlai" lied 'in the Halt, ;''iicni.riuiluTIing : 1 ] Piv f:iption 80:: nijfMy :','< d tKs- first A .hh'y escaped from
r in secur'njf hr MMMC,".. : O"m'II") '"'.] l.yMis. : H. T. Huir'us' I I.;. Sheriff Maker: when I the Ashley gang: All we ask is I let us figure on your estimates.( .
i. : ;N'oifolk; St t I Rit Ili1i1.fl( )I. V '., i, robbed the hank of Stuart. Soon af
MIKH Mildred Anderson left Friday Inno."n1hroad; ;\Iar.<- ( lain'; I Ilhanc : now on I Courteous( Attention and Prompt Delivery.
:1 If
I I ; of ]last week to take charjfof, hr" I of (theG; in-\'an; Th* P'l-t : i i-i Ki iMm by the 0'oI'ucr: I)rug r
.', (;nl Hitter Kruits Arminin'us' Vuji j .Stoic, the c'Xflu.: i\e ajtV.ii Lax-Fot, A Mild, Effective Laxative & Liver Tonic '
school Ora Cent.-r Wu ; ;
) near igc wi I h !! : Does Not Phone
lilpe nor Disturb the Stomach. 21
for her a very SUIT ssful yu, r.1t 'Mug' ; :Sket; <'neB in Lavender, Uluo and - Kissimmee [Ia.
; . Miss Jo.sie Sliatten is \ititing at Ir..n; ; Df-crt (;old ; Audn.i!: ; The Y'I- JIKYountr; "" \ ()(t'NG; ; ; T1ND\L1.. In addition to other properties, Lar-Fos: f

1 the home of W I O. Urunson tin, \\..o(4.C. ". low Van; The Column.; Mv 1 I Lad and contains Cascara in acceptable form a I .
'W A. Garrett web a hu.Mne. caller Allen; Susan; I'lam Talrnm Hill-I ., Tiniinll county. cornniis.Io' stimulstingl.axative: and Tonic. Lax-Fos iA.lJLrr uiJ1'Jk-- '-

.;. 't in KissimmeIenduy.: The Mill on the FloThe; Heritageof er. ua- the butt of prnct'cnl; iok, .-.. acts effectively and does not gnpe nor 0 ig ... _ -
: :; Mrs. Clint Bionfon, who i is visiting the I Desert ; By Pike and Dyke; when he came to town this week to disturb stomach. At the same time, it aids < Q x---->->O.'C_ : > 'X.x-; ; :_: xo oXo
Ii her mother, Mrs. E. I,. D.) Overstrect, The Day'.s Work ; Leaves of the Gia; -s; littered, the 'lejfulur meeting of the( digestionarouses the liver and secretionsand 1 E TRADE MARK REGISTEREDPHOSLIME '
:1""t spent! Tuesday in, West-ways; Vicar of Wake-Meld ; Tris- board Young has acquired a r\ud. restores the healthy functions. SOc. ;
Mrs. Ra t'' spent Sunday ('.ftcI noon visitng: relatives Chronicles of Aunt Minervy Ann; county commis ,ioner's hair is ofa '1
'f)) : here. flrhottish< Chiefs; The Elect Lady; decided auburn hue many friends accused 'REAL ESTATEHaving
MillS Thelr.ia 'Voo all tpcnt Tuesday Micah Clarke; Ardath; Avenl ; oliver him' of painting the auto tru-k j
i- ''t !in Kilt . G./C. Bronson\ and con Eail are nerhassett; The Heart's Highway; but didn't threaten to "lick the alle- purchased the property j .
'- 1 spending this v/otk on their ranch fit My Lady Cinderella; The Mill on the jfator." -, on the corner of Brack and Bass VEGETABLES'"Used

I! .j Southport. Floss; Our Bessie; Guiledray; Not streets two blocks north of the I l
Mrs, John Bronson and daughter Like Other Sirls; Etther'The; Wide Christian church N. Kissimmee, I
.If and Mrs. Morrow of Kissimmee were Wide World; Eb-jn Holden;; The Little Philadelphia and Noted Philadel- your PHOSLIME, alone on corn past Beacon, w -pleased!
3 the guests of Mrs.} George Bronson Shepherd of Kingdom Come; The phians; Book of Lulu Temple; Commentary moved both my Realty] Parlor with the results, in keeping the corn (frc'en growing; tall, caring
?, \ Wednesday. !Blazed Trail; Would Christ Belong to ; on the Bible] ;' Classic ,on the and residence from Lake View wellKam were large. fully developed, hanging heavy on 'ittlLcorn ,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bronson went a Labor Union The Light that Fail Beautiful from the Literature of 30OO.) cottage, S. Kissimmee to'same.. : by the side of it, not having any fertilizer, very Inferior, frtiled to '
't I.. to Tampa Saturday. Mr. Bronson returned -',ed; Through the Frey; The Crisis; Years; Burns' Poeical Works; The Will be pleaed to met my old customers mature in the same proportion. It1- use on all kind of vegetables! J ,
I II thesam day and Mrs. Bronson Concerning: Isabel] Camay; The Treasure American Cyclopedia; Gatel 's Uni- well : gave goodatisfnction cape 'inihy on sweet and I Irish potutoe-.." .
tf, /i remained to be under a'doctor's care. j of Heaven; NightshadesPalm- vresal Educator; Self-Propelled ''Ve as as new. Select IMMEDIATE DELIVERYPrices
; Mrs. Arthur Alderman has return- istry; Honolulu; She's All the Worldto hides, Automobiles.( homes, choice farms vacant lots I : 1
'.' \c: td to 2 er home after .1 w >ck's vUit Me; P-yggy O'; Trp.uth-Dexer; --- -- --- ---- and acreage at prices and termsto F. O. B. Phoslime.! Fla., In Bags .:

'J. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Mrs. Wifrffs of the Cabbage PatchTennyson's ; NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD suit. City and country proper- .
: c .; Cromartie.W. I/ Works; Scott's Works; ties for i >;
i. 1- O. Bronson has moved his fam I[ Dickens' Works; The Barrier; The exchange. CAR LOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD ;, .

ktl, >. ily into the Vile, property for the i Owl's1% Nest; Order No. 11; History of Expels scrofulous htpnors from the $9.00: Per Ton
: school ttrm. the Nineteenth Circumstances $10.00 Per Ton
Century: blood which cause constipation TheliifelealtyTarior "I
.it. Mr. .. lford. and son Joseph, Mrs. I ; Ouida.1: Fighting die Traffic in lana,. rheumatism ma) I
sores, ulcers, pimples + 1M
O. B. Seivcr and Don Sciver were B; Evening Game Book; WRITE FOR COKLET
.; Shingle Creek callers! Monday.: Mm.. Chriatee Johnslone; The Virginians''; etc. Get it' at Osceola Pharma. Mgr. i I
Salver remained for a w& k'B visit A Rock on the Baltic: Phantom Rick cy on a guarantee to satisfy.: 207 Ian SU Car Brick Hart KIlilMaiaa.1 ) 2RIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME GO

t with relatives.A shaw'The; Story of Gadsbys; Rubni .- t;
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of Ormar BOX '
large rowd attended church services yat Khayam; Ronola; Brew - OCALA. rORLIDA
Sunday night. sterns Millions; History of England'Around :, WATERS &
k4' Mrs. John Thomas was a Kissimmee the World with a Camera: t CARSON CO., Kissimmee Agent

;. caller 11lurJJ ay. +1- .*. 4a j
.o..o.oo..o.t..oo. ...4 0040tO.. . .... . .
Word has been received here of the ;
Drives Out Malaria Builds Up SystemThe The .
'a;. birth of'n baby girl to Mrs. Mary I Old Standard Kcn ral trenrthening tonic. of the world :- - -_ .
;. Belle Ivcy, who has been making her GROVE TA8THUHS3 chili TONIC drivel out eyes
1 home with her parents ncrr Winter ', Malarimenricliei blood..ndbuildup the vy* '
:i Cardan since the death of her husband I tern. A true tonic. Pot adult and children. SOc:

:' some time aro.: are on. the man who I The favorite Store of Kissimmee 1 I ):


Captain lj. R. }Farmer and the
con- .. ,
vict J'alf') is at work at present on -....- .-. .
..,. the Kissimmew-Orlando) brick high ESPKIALLY ADAPTED[ ..
way. The ditchei. are being opened,
up the grade perfected, and the road ;
put into good condition. This ill in''j For Your HAVE IT !
keeping with the policy of the county I'
commissioners) to( not only build goodluudit t
i. but to thke (cur that they are I State for a moment, young man J
kept in condition. =-
I give a thought to self. The t tIn

REGISTRAR KATZ HASVOTERS' '! Instruc problems that line of furniture.connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete I

confront you now or We make a specialty of outfitting -homes, and
f Catalogue Van die reliable
FreeOur '

LIST VISED' . I r Weekly will a few years hence. ,

Price List Bed Room Furniture
E. P. Katz, who Look about Dining i i
recently qualified you-die men of affairs in country state nation ,
: and received his yea
ipervisor of registration appointment( opened as the su- SEND FOR in the world are the men who started to save early in life. Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits Par-

,lf Tjjrneral that registration voters/ may books register this for week the : THEM TODAY They hue the respect and confidence of the community.. lor Suits, Odd Chairs Rockers,

,, jfeneral election.In ,

order to have the books brought N5EEDC1JACKSONVILLE. Thea look on the other aide-at the fellows who rpend all tl Couches, Etc.
I up to date he brought them be make 'jr ,
p fore the. county commissioners at -they may hare a food time for a while., but what does tk .y
their meeting on Monday and had the FLA. pwaonajitjr reSect f

: commissioner cut off the names of - TKia store ia malting a record for itself in
those who have died or moved away r A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be tfc. helping people to outfit homes. Come and tie _alter of '
,r It will be necessary for all voters see. Our prices are
3 Who were not registered ..t the last nucleus of an honorable, independent career. right

) general election to register in order Vulcanizing Inner Tubes25c Make your beginning now-today. Your 1

1 e4 to be in able vote in the general] election bank book wiD pare the way.

a Patch TOOLS FOR [ENGINEERS --f.i ;

General Auto State I
Repairing Bank -
matter what load of
TAYLOR'SBEST. Railroad an Engine you have.-Gaa, Steam,
or Stationary
25c Hour Engine-we bar
an exactly the Took" YM
. need in your everyday work Wrenchea
of KissimmeeCapital all of the best Hammers, Oilers, etc,
quality and
r Gars Cleaned and Oiled workmanship, and at prices that wUi
orpris This
store h.. the
a*ck _______ ___ reputation of handling ... .
----- __ _________._1100,000.00 hardware that ia of superior .
5cARTHUR Ru..i'c.s .rr __._____ quality and yon will make n. .... .. "
...,. MEDICINE -------- _____________ 400,000.00 take in coming her NOW and inapecting our big stock. .
FOR RHEUMATISM Officer ud Directors. -

. . . C. A. CARSON. Preat.
/ ; :? fffPRiCcSI M. JONES J. M. LEE. Vie PresL
M. KATZ. 2>d Vic Pr .t Osceola
ROMA THOMAS, Cashier Company
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ber that it would bo impossible, for education has been n tdectfldo/ A. .1 'that he discovered that: the rUle which 1 some talk of this nature 'in ;which' "the-?.
the corn to;; start this' particularly, HOME SCIENCE TO have aid before the is he carried had 'boon .
'; woman the emptied of its negro said that if Farmer would not
r r1 -; since you ,are' planning to raiae ition\ I spender 'fa, the home"nnd she aboveall last shell.: In the meantime the 'negro kill tJm.ho'. would give up, Farmer advanced : ,
.. such '
light soil You could
\\1 : ; : very not others ought to bo taught how to shot and killed tUo bloodhound. ,and as Ja.aid.thIJnell'ro, maderi'ab'
i' expect to yet a good crof.of'corn. on BE TAUGHT HERE spend to the' bEst possible advantage ,It was/ afterward /dincovcred that a ( for the fan. Farmer jumped wk
the typical pineapple I in our "The keynote.of domestic science there were but four shells In the repeating toward him at the 'same time and
\RMArIO.A opinion, H'ou would do much better to and domestic art in the 'schools of shotgun and tho '' I y
(Continued from Page One.) I negro arannled with Llm both having hold
plant velvet beans or w peal than this country is efficiency and< economy lhffired three of them ..ofl i the) shotgun. lit the, tussle .Far-
to .
iH 4 GROVE'Y attempt corn.BISULPHIDE vat? dresses hats ettire alwaysneatly household, administration; Farmer was: obliged to carry oa ;mer' fired the shotgun and the negro
t ," ROOT'KNOT. dressed, while the tola? cost of bluffing. conversation with the negro ,fell back. dead. Then it was that Farmer
FOR theirwearing: apparel ia almost negligible in the hope that help would arrive. :: discovered that the last shell, in ,
GARDEN & FIELD 1 was tpld! that bisulphide of car- when compared with that of FIGHTING FOR LIFE This he did wit It tome! effect, although i the ihotg-un had been tired.
.. I bon would help cure root knot. KInd- those who have learned the also I'I
j never the secret negro kept up ft ready flow Mounting* his home Farmer rode
i QUESTIONS ANSWERED! IMMEDIATELY ly adviSe if proper way to use, is to of economy and. taste it mattersof of talk and made an attempt to reach back and met
Sheriff IngrAm halt'mil.
I.'S I*Y MAIL make holes a foot deep about thre3 FARMER KILLS NEGRO a
dress."Our the swam Farmer realized I I '
i that if his
I' MIlS N M C. PjiANoe. Dept Malt feet w'th! stick and from away coming- ,rescue oh an
iw WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER. apart put in girls ought to 1 be able to make/ i the negro /Succeeded in reaching the almost jaded horse. He told Ingram
'I"' t JACKSONVILLE. ;COMPANY ,one to two ounces!! bisulphide and not only their clothing far regularwear (Continued from Page One.) swamp he would bo enabled to es {of the death of the negro and rode
FLA. '
cover up.AnswerYou. but it ought to be a source of the lead of Sheriff! Ingram and all cape. With the dog killed there was on to meet the a-hers while Ingram
WEEVILS IN PEAS.. have the right instructions I pride with them that they can also alone in the chase. little hope of following: him success took. charge of the body.
Want to know hw to in regard to the use of bi- make their dresses for graduation. fully I The
keep d-y peas carbon When near the Dan Prescott,place negro who met death in the
1 from weevils ron(! bujs.; Is it best to sulphide of for control of root I "Under the headinp- of household. the dog tracked 'the negro to the While trying: to hide behind .a gun duel with Farmer ,,was known In ;
a.1PU( !l them or leave-lliem jn the pod knot When using the bisulphide of management corrtes, selection and up- house, where a negro family is now stump the negro fell and dropped his the turpentine camps and cawmills<<: in r
A iswer-Shell, tic, )peas and pVit carbon on growing plants you run 'keep of household furnishings keep- living As he did so Farmer saw the (run. Then it was that Farmer advanced I this section as a worthless shiftless
i/ them in a ti;hMy closed' rx or baircl more or less chance of its fumes be- i ling household accounts and planning negro cross too road behind a clumpof from tree to tree aU the time black whp worked only wl.on he. war
( Put t..o bisulpb.Jc: a Shallow ing too storng for the welfare of the |,household :work. Many persons of guava bushes' and make toward a : tilling the negroVo keep away from forced to do so and spent most of his {
dish on top of the )peas: A table irregular plants. The and result from thin tell' is very I wealth have no taste in furnishing 'big swamp. Riding up to within fifty i the gun and hold up his hands. After time in petty thievery.C. .
'- I'poofl1l: of b'n-'p'-id; ' iH pl'rty "or a noj-ono. can exactly their houses while other persons in yards of the negro. Farmer dismounted i
what to It is seldom I
1'S expect. very circumstances have refinement .
barrel! Leave the contnner dosed! poor and stepped behind a tree -
for thiJ-tY.Rix to forty,tight! hou's.1 ered any damage the safer is done, to yet treat it is the consid-soil exhibited in the selection and arrangement for protection. As he did so the negro A. CARSON. President. N, C BRYAN. Secretary. ;
Sric this fu niln't''n' Jon not of furniture pictures rugs etc. His
: ; > jfired first shot missed. Farmers -
, it must be four I before planting. Tneone objection to [It is the aim of the Domestic Science first shot
eggs reheard 11 or I went wild, but his I
the of bisdlphido of carbon
five hocks: and' lORMb'v ye' again after ue land is the when on unplanted the- department to give every girl such a second wounded the negro in the leg The Waters & Carson
a like pe"':o( Y u 1'1.1'1 determine expense sense' of proportion and refinement in and he fell He fired almost the same ,
this! by cnrefil v.atc'ii' i t, Si'uc the infected area is of any great size. these things that her house will indeed instant and wounded Farmer in the

\\'el'vit'h.;K;n.; to l lay L;'it11 about six I CASTOR MEAL I be a home. Few women know fffrehead and arm This injury stun-
weks i'lo'ii hatching most not J how to administer household finances ned Farmer
yc u and his next two shotsat
How is castor meal for a fertilizer but that is because, this of their
Ict' the period betwon : u,1lJraUonlll material as compared with cot- I part the negro went wild. It was thenFlorida's Grocery Company <
extend over t"b tr I(!. Beer in rind ton seed meal?
nh\n,'s the extreme iifluimi i/ility of
Answer-Castor meal is quite similar -
biEui h:Uo fi InSTRAWBEIIRY-u I
to cotton seed meal as n fertilizer -
. PLANTS. I 1 material but it is, not as heatingas Fruit Groves Threatened Wholesale and Retail Dealers in r
rotton seed meal and neither does

Ja produce Have this correct better I b"in told here.tiauh tne se r:ondeai y plants. it attract the soil so greatly Protect Yours by Spraying NowRust GROCERIES t

Anstirr-Gcncrrily :i>cak",pr, the I ,
tin\\btiiy "h.l.! doc1- not :>rj Ivc *s COUNTY BOARD I mite and white fly are unusually
well\\ the ''''('('n''u" ai thc first.I, prevalent in groves at this '

Jhtie are, however, exceptions to this i time. Get rid of these pests right ,
rrle It all cl:p.:')td.upo.' i ow the I FIXES TAX RATE away. Delay means loss. 000 + 4 + 4064 00 . 00 0 0 . .o0000 .
plants ire cultivated and< the care 0 0 0 .
th-it is take"i to k."cp off the s-iplus 0 WE SELL: 0 WE BUY. "+r
I (Omlinued( from Page One.) The merits of Niagara Soluble Sulphur .
runners nnd to prDtk'ce vigorous 0 0 0 .
t young ,,1llIt. It is the preference six and a half mills gives a total state Compound for rust mite are well r- GRAY 0 it
throughout the) state to set out each I and county millngo in Special Road Known. Schnarr's Insecticide is the HIDES
year new ph.ts i from the north, but and Bridge District. No. 2 of 28''ii guaranteed standard for white fly. 0 GRAIN 4 o rr +
urr most hunotsful, riOr ,sn"; !-e I nulls This will be the millnge if the 4 0 0 FURS .
does I belt 'r to raise hi" own rbntH' bond issue is validated and sold. If Grove owners who grow and 00 FERTILIZERS + 0 .
Ho ;? 8..111:1: and the l bond issue not validated and I
+ts only u aciL-rg-e is market well 0 0 WOOL 1
the I jrc'Tti t alt t 'nt, iou to t.i.tjin'i: we sold the district will not exist and the clean bright, rounded 00 SHINGLES 4 .
t1' ink he i..\iMibly, t.etJi"w; plants millofre will include the even mills. fruit have used these two 'insecticides 0 0 AND .
each yt-ur for t the hard surfaced road fund instead for many years. 00 ORANGE BOXES. J .
__ I IIE.I.Y of th. fund and interest /
sinking 00 4 4 ALL +'
!\ in c.' millajre, making n total of 28 |'riv Now md Save Your Drightivr j 0 ORANGE WRAPS, 0 0 !1
I'l/.i-, tell me what to H,
bug' III my a :,:'itf1fT',J\c' t fiiniiiiifr the nullngc for nil 1 0) VEGETABLE CRATES 0 .
A'h\\'I'I'-.T' I (ti ii -t tap in newly items except, the interest and sinking .LwJ c *-..vrV_ '1v f"r'" ..-j'Ullj** '7i/ 00 0 0 PRODUCE 1
Lug :,iii'iu..ition I 1 > .1 l, 'iroy! all 'int fundthe c-ommisRioncrs used as a } NAILS + .
On nu I 1m .tij: CRATE *
n "-t 'Ih> n u.,."' on:i th .u...r.1"\< omu basis I the total ass,"VSK) valuation of o or / e jVyt} 0 0 0
oil spr."\ (u Sticing .. (' IItpi <, the Bounty, which is $.r>,S40\ ,(000)( : ,' 4464544600644040 I . . t4
| f I 0. + e 040000
.oal'1 it Lacpe" r" f r F****"**v
.. . .
"; y should! : l he "''iip'i' i sweat In figuring the interest and sinking : 1 -.1. ; I W UJ. MI.Ja /!
forn'Vw! ,' there be l fund for I)i41 No 1 .
\cr sc I. :o millatfe rat I'J I =*?rr"9 It', I loncla
u colony thickly able,) en a small || the assessed valuation of property 1I 1 / '/
.1.. _, ... .
twig it IK better to in'' these twigs I that, territory only was used -It was ---.A'F - : .. We sell field and garden iced of all kind ,
elf and carry them t'roul! -h the, field ]I,estimated at $2,280000\ The same is -. Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and parties. i t
----- campibg ,
in 11 closed) rc-tcntiicl( !.> t"> \vlic-f theyern true of District No.2, the assessed j
ht> l hurled> The rcaron for (l valuation of property in this district Free delivery in city limit 'Phone No. 12. '

__. KtroyiiiR the. tint n<'d,' is tInt the Je'l being estimated at :*3,5<>0,OOO. '. We are county agent for good f fertilizer Ask u* for circular and prior ..
"_. are fond of the sweet Sftrttion ( The amounts which this millage ONE OF--THE MOST COMPLETE on fertilizer
ed i hy the mealy; bugs and take painsto will produce in the various funds is
move them about to good feeding: as follows:

ground- thereby inciefoiig, the I General revenue _____ ___$17,520 COUNTRY HOMES IN FLORIDA IS I 1
prend< I County school .._ ._ _.___ 40,880
Road fund (general:! ) ___,_ 17,520 Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. H. Bryan, Vice Prcs. J. L Barber Scc'y.I,..*.

LATE CORN:'; CROP. Fine nnd forfeiture ______ 5,840 ,
Kindly advise if it would be possible Special publicity ____u__ 2,920
to grow a crop of field corn this Interest on bonda, Special FOR SALE ,
fall on an old pineapple field It is Road and Bridge Dis-
ridge land, white sand. trict No. 1 ____u____ 9,120
Answer-Though it is later than Sinking fund in Special I
corn is usually planted, there is no Road and Bridge District HOME lies one mile east of Narcoosaee, the terminus
reason why a crop should not be No. 1 __________u 5,130 THIS
made before there is the least dangerof Interest on Bonds, Special of the.railroad and five and a half miles from St. Cloud This

frost since it takes from seventy Road and Bridge No. 2 15,130 home consists of eleven and three-quarter acres in oranges grape + : Bryan Realty Company ,
: to ninety days for the crop to mature Sinking fund in Special
this according to varic-v. Climatic Road and Bridge Dis- fruit, tangerines lemons and kumquats a dwelling: house of six Offices on Broadway, Kissinraiee,

conditions however, would have a trict No. 2 10,680 rooms a tenant house barn garage, wagon Land buggy house,
t hard-surfaco fund Opposite Graystone Hotel '
great influence. We i such Special >
\. a hot dry August and early Septem if assessed ______ _?. 40,880 chicken houses and compost heap. Also fine horse, Jersey coat : I r.' . .. t't

-- - -- and fine well C'T
-- chickens pigeons three hogs, as as wagon buggy .
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.. and all! fanning tools. The yard surrounding the dwelling is
planted to many varieties of flowers and contains eight massive
Orange Groves Timber 1 ands. We Pay Taxes far Nsa.rtalMents -
clumps of giant bamboo two immense magnolia trees, a large
Ideal Fertilizers Cattle: Rene... Country and and Ad as Ow...'. \
,.J mulberry tree and any number of oleander and crepe myrtle City Property Agents for Rental Property.

trees Four splendid wells of water. In front is an oak park

all fenced that is said to be the prettiest in this section In -
Increase Crop Profits I oocoo ooo.o oo.. oo.o.ooooooo.o. ..
fact, those who/ have seen this home say it is the one place in '

i.i I all this; locality. -- I FOR SALE OR TRADE x=

'I hia home IH for sale 500 and terms can be made .
We believe in "Preparedness." We are I for $12, by the purchaser. I {.1..

prepared to supply all the potash goods you Any one desiring to purchase this home! ,can: call on or \\rite :X.1. Attractive Modern Dr. Carson's Residence

_: Corner Sproull Avenue and Church Street.
also varied line of
want a Ammonia-Phosphoric S. J. TRIPLETT : 'z''z.y

Acid formulas at reasonalle prices. We have '.. -

at S.. ('I loud, i I'la., 01 am' realtat(' UA"'nt I'e'.itllnthpre 01 at :X;: Will sell Terms if desired This is
x. on an
everything in the fertilizer line. I\i: smitm. I Fla.\

:.:,: exceptional opportunity. i j
We also have a complete stock of the best ..- xI ...

Spray Pumps and Insecticides to be :';:::: :':: ':::::;:!::::::::;!':CJr. I II :i:: A Address Quick r

the market. Write for
found on catalogues. :z:

They give description and prices also receipesfor Young People :: CHAS. P. DOW, Orlando, Florida if (

sprays. I Are Pleasedto i =.a:.4..O->O..Ot..o..o..o....**...... .>..
.. HOO H 000.0..00+0.0..0..00 0.0.. 0. .

Wilson & Toomer MANUTACTURIRS Fertilizer Or Company See their at t money interest.increasing i M I Annual Mountain and Seashore i

Are you saving your a I
spare cash and building EXCURSIONVIA
Dealers in fertilizer;; Materials Spraying: Implements es a

and Insecticides. a reserve fund to t e

I Jacksonville Florida credit atlheBank?
t; YOur
q-- Atlantic Coast Line

Your account is invited t tI
tI Standard Railroad of the South

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Waihmgtoa, D. C. $22,80 Ricbmend Va., $20.80
R. S. FLOYD flj Norfolk Va., . $20.80 Baltimore, Md., . $24.80

Wilmi N. C. Te_. $14.00
ctoD. $12.25 Chattanooga.,.' ,
i. : Groceries Nay, Grain and Feed Win.toB-S.lem, N. c. $14.25 Monteafle Ie..., . $15.%5

Hot Sprint... V., $18.75 Mauotk Care, Ky., $18.20

):t:! Corner Broadway and Dakin Aye. ARTHUR ; President Roanoke, $l .5O Uxiartea, Ky.. . $14.25


Try: Us on Your Next Order For Feed ; : A. W; TRfTOT. D. P. A J. G. KIRKIAND. D. P... A-. j

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Gazette harden Time'heading.. 4>r likrwi. in Winter 'Park. "There 'is i jut a* much difference 'in paper as "'"

pp The Kissimmee Valley Editor Harrington ha leased Wekiwa Spring andprobably there if-in cloth: there i i. just as much difference -: 'I'

.. 1 wants' to part with the Apopka Newt.Here' in the work of,a pair of overalls and the work on SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE! :

. a chance: for Editor Howard Id add another a broadcloth suit of" clothes., '
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'tI .. .._ .. V.12." ..wtt. ."'.'_, '& --... -JIm.1L head to hk many-sided newspaper.E. 'Merchants and business' men' ask the local AND OSCEOLA COUNTY

-: '- knock mail houses 4
... paper to order and yet the first :
O rI .
W. B. HABIUS AID B. O.. VA1 . McCulley ha forsaken the editorial tripod of smooth salesman of, the foreign printing concern _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ & _ & & & & "- .I-- -,,--,,-........... ................ ,,- _ _
I B..B. JrA VO.....K4lOm *.* ..* M.. r. the' Zolfo Spring Truth and Edward Fitzgerald, I that come along loads them up with enough! printing ooooooooeOOO' 900"O" pqeQqee-'w'v-w-------happier-life- -- . '. pi
ing- and a on a farm {
1- well known in Florida journalism has taken his The ainmoeOilinpaiy- inorporated ..
.eIoeed.t.I.. IWtwl to last them' for years. he will tell you that he does not Own

rw D.. CopT On. Year _?___.: __J____-________ 'I.U 1.00 place. that Mr. Fitzgerald will hold down "Naturally printing i is 'cheaper in great'' ouan- :;d a charter at $12,000.and will has begin been iperalons grant-- the land- neither hall he the expert-- '>,

pj .. Copy.Copr. 81 Thr* ,.onth.----------------------Months __-__--________ .'1 the job- longer than his everai. predeceu It tide than it i ii in small quantities If the loca'' ; at once tryIng to locate oil in ence that must be had if he mAkes a. '*ar:,t.erman's .

Thc. has been necessary to look at the masthead of printer overloads him they would never forgive :-he vicinity of Kissimmc*.-New success jn another calling.however The does fish.
"- All eommuIIC.Uen.. except from our authorized the Truth week to know exactly who was him if Smyrna New statement, not
must be slcncd by .he writer. every ; the foreign salesman overload them they -+- lessen the opportunities' of the main
I .. .rre.l'Oodent.Rejected matter will not be returned unle.. called! on (he job, (for change have come frequently during can grin and bear it. The citizens of Kissimmee and Os- Franklin!! county who knows' how ,

:' tsr.r the past twelve months. "Of course 'if you believe Buzzard & Co., of 'eola county are planningfor a big I and who is willing to work and learn. *. .
O' 'ount)' fair, which! : chows'! tho public Apnlachicola Times.
Florida - St. Louis do boost ,
(Knt -ed In the Poetofllce In Kleelnomee. more to your town and your for -+-
and bettering
tz fea maUer.) Gasoline is going ''down. Now maybe a man business than the local / printer you should give :'onditions advertisingspirit both for the consumer and Clark Howell, of Kisoimmce, i is urging
afford automobile. The has the people in that section to give
1916. can to own an price them your business.' }roducer.-Trilby News.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, __ attention to strawberry c il. ,u*.4
dropped to 25 cents in Jacksonville. And that -' -- some
reminds "If Vulture & Co., of Baltimore, the
gave you he
"What is Kissinjmeo'E asset From his own experience can assure
I grr-atett -
Bulkhead Lake Tohopekaliga us. why' the great difference in the price I best write-up when you were married, another when ?" ask' Editor Nnuftlr cf the Val- them that raising strawberriesfor

-: ; I charged here in comparison to that of Jacksonvilleand I the first baby arrived to lighten your home and a ey Gazette. And then li .ri"R to the market is a paying proposi-

Move the railroad, if necessary, but bulkhead other cities in Florida ) When gasoline sold column when the baby grows to manhood and is nake out it is "Beautiful Lake Toho- tion. "M,'. Howell picked 12,000
jj'or 26 cents in Jacksonville it ranged in price here I )ekali II." That's mighty modest in quarts of berries off !his two-acre plat-/\
married, and finally will devote column .
I anyhow. a to
. your )ur editorial friend:!, I-,.UC: I \:'ybe during the 'ica.ion just closed, and,f*
)1 ,I 28 30 We do believe local
I from to cents. not our I demise when race is there is good ., for bout $1,500 the
your run reason er reA test ; act :.s her pushing! men sold them says
Leave room on.the new boulevard for. the State dealers are at faultbut there must be somethingwrong for patronizing them. I! he I1 'n<. .Or.inge( Coun- Kissimmee: Valley Gazette. "))10 had

Capitol. somewhere. Certainly\ the f freight on a gallon :! "But we are glad that Florida editors are learn- 1 .)' Citizen. an of about $(ljOO! in tending
1.i' of J four from I >- I and picking the crop and: mr.dc n.t.
i gasoline cannot >e cents Jacksonville ing about that little entitled You .
more Flu]
: Ki
I game J. Wad Tuckc, >- imino?, about $!)00) Of the expense account
: A town that does not; 'b IIC\e in itself can not to Kissimmee. scratch mv back and I will scratch yours'." is having plans pr-pared: by ..n archi- | $2t!)(> went for picking -.nd over $10O

J other people to Lclic\e, in it. -: : tcct of Atlanta, Ga, fr.r: beautifying/ I j for IxisKc't.s, the other expense being
: :--
expect ,
: Kissimmee may have a canning factory in (tie, grounia! of his $25,000 i rOl iidenre.l I freight, co-Tiniit.-ic.ns: and fertilizer.
.. : : -- ANOTHER "ARGUMENT" MADE FOOLISH. on the brick pav'd roid noi h of Kis- It was ,i.uroly a good investment and
before months. Senator Arthur E.
What is the difference between bulkhead and operation many sir.imcje. The grouds contain, 22acres. .j no wonder that; Mr. Ho--ell Is willingto
fl bonehead ? Are we to be bulkheaders or bone- Donegan has offered the building erected by Andre I The plas will be clalx> tell nbout it.-Florida Timoa Un-
Van der Meersch and equiped for a canning factory -I "Personal Liberty"advocates, and other and th? work wi"J.\! t fl -$10,000 ion.

'J.r headers? I to the truck growers rent free for a year if :friends of "moderate drinking" delight in the delivery to $15,000! .-Indublnul, x, colum-I I -
.. .- of learned discourses on the subject of "tem bia-. Cn.'C Ocala haif ]Ion* ago possess.-d theI
they will begin operations. They have taken :
.1 of community'sassets. up that she the
Your is one your notion was proprr: point
I The newspaper help it, the more it will the matter and it is to be hoped that they will push I perance in all things"as the only proper argument The Kissimmee Valley Gazette is I wh. re the state l'.-.pitol should be j'stahli.ilicr -
more you against the use of intoxicating liquor. They will against tate division but demands
it to a successful conclusion. We hope that they :, I : ). Game; .'ville had a notion
help you. declare that much evil from that Kissimmee be made the capital] her locution superior
; will also consider the matter of canning citrus fruit even as comes over- that was toOcala's
I of Florida. The Gazette on"'oses division -
: : cbin. Kissimmee it urgingher
eating from over-drinking absurdity which i
as an "
the products as well as vegetables. Grape fruit juice "for sentimental reasons.", In I whik Brookville at the:
Truck ha\e joined in movement to [ claims, ?
i. growers Fair has become a popular drink at all soda fountainsand the Lincoln Visitor replies to with the following our opinion both sentiment: and common I foot of the red clay hill that looms up
Osceola County a success.
make the proposed ,
the plants now in operation in Florida are pertinent questions: sense demand division in behalfof so conspicuously at Tallah (ss'JC! ",
have subscribed to the stock of the association south Florida. Wtih north and I
;. They Does make would feel
swamped with ordets. Think this idea Mr. soup ever a man crazy? thinks that the capitol at
and have promised their co-operation in the over west Florida completely] dominatingthe home at the foot 6f the' hill. Bigijax's '
Does fish drag under the table? I |
ever a man
''l of exhibits. Grower before you finish your plans for the can- Legislature ,, there is no chance to battery has noi opened up, but
matter ning factory. Does bread ever give a man the big head. the take the capitul from Tallahassee. we know that the bnttery is danger-

- next morning? I Tampa Times. Ions on account of its high powcr : :-
I A man buying an automobile is such ... .. -+--
newspaper .
Quite- a lew K.issimme folk- have been amused I When a man eats beefsteak does he crave the The Kissimmee Valley Gazette intimates / In the meantime Tampa is
c, an unusual happening these days that the Tampa and of them angered during the weekas whole cow tomorrow, and if he cannot get it, doesit that The Times favors state I kept busy by the presumptious small
Tribune makes a bold-faced headline article out some past set him to smashing the furniture? division in order to elect Perry G. I towns that nre attempting to steal
the result of the prank of a funny man employed her citrus. exchange 'under, while
the Bar-
; of the fact that Editor J. G. Gallemore, of Wall United States Senator from the
,\ Does the leg of a chicken ever send home I I'
i of the syndicates which furnish I a man 'Palatka is willmir to place her claims
which he confided to by one newspaper new state. What an absurdity! We
low Record purchased a car humorous-sketches and amusing sayings for a number -, to abuse his wife and his babies? had never given our friend Mr. Wall, '"bofore an unbiased 1 people who will
friends was a present from his wife. I of the metropolitan This fellow drewa I' Does a woman ever send a notice down to the one thought in this connection, bat vote as th'-ir 1RCk'nl'e dictate. In
papers. the tax who
< of the that he will the meantime payers pay-
ve I
hotel forbidding him to selljier. husband opinion
and ink sketch of a pastor preaching to his i man pa.lIcakes the hills, "lions and bears gro.vt
L. L. Lucas who was employed for a time as pen be elected Senator if Iv runs agum, says
Tribune during the flock while both he and his hearers are clad in ? / whether the state is divided: or remains -land! fight h"inu'o! it is their! nature to.
i assistant editor of the St. Cloud I Do life insurance: companies ever turn -- Apalnchicola Tim(' .
: bathing suits. Then follows a supposed telegraphic men away a'it js_ Our opinion is hasml l
Tegime of Stonewall Jackson Triplet! has blos- because they are addicted to strawberries and :on the remarkable! showing he made I -----:0 "
editor dispatch from Kissimmee which reads as follows: "Again: Ki simmicis in thr lead l.
aomed forth into Florida journalism again as in his "mriden race Tampa Times.
k. cream ? Saythe Kj ', Vnll".v Gazette,
wish him all "Lots of churches allow worship in shirt sleeves and I II
4 of the Tarpon Springs Leader. We 'peekaboo wists. but a local congregation is to I Do apple dumplings ever make a man rosy- I Dr. A. J. lIoltthpopula! : ,' Ki 3iJ.I .\- with pin-don! : Me pI Hie. "R! < ports frnmBlink
the in the world. 'I I Imee I ] Paint camp iv ai' .Jacksonville,
success. nosed? minister, has Hc""pt..d) tho editoi"
: vote on whether it will attend next Sunday's services that H, recruited
ship of the Florida Witness,
: :
I Uuptist
i Does pumpkin pie ev'er keep a man from finding -
in suits". another where from Kii.simrncc and
Have been bothered this summer by i bathing Just case the state organ of the Honda Bupt stConvenVon largely sur-
you any the advertising value of ICissimmee's name has the keyhole? '! published in this city. His I rounding! ( territory, is the bost: drilled
the Hippo lates-pusio-loeu ? If you have, you prob- I proved itself. The questions might be. indefinitelyincreased.. new duties make it necessary for Dr company in i i cn'.-.p, Tl'ic! is particularly -

j ably used language which would if printed have I I That fellow who went on a mad joy-ride throughthe Holt to take up his p. rmanent residence ] creditable because tte companyhas
be in conglomeration of letters that -: :'- here and thus Arcadia only been, in the rervice a short
expressed a gains
and left in his
streets of Macon. shooting right I;
ONLY ONE FLORIDA-ITS HISTORICAL AND another valuable citizen. Dr. Holt is time, being mustered in ]lrss than a
this designation
somewhat to
r- would be SENTIMENTAL VIEWPOINT. I great merriment until he had killed a young girl one of the South's ablest] preachers week before the National Guard was
of what are commonly known as gnats. called out. The ]] Gazette notes !I
walking along the street was not.crazy from too and a forceful writer who will] provea Vr.llcy
-: :- much buttermilk-he had been at his "club"where valuable acquisition to the Witness another thinIwOI.tlay of mention, and
Financial commercial, educational. governmental. this is the fact thrt Company B has
Don't disgust with stupidity by declaring as well as to Arcadia.-Arcadia En.
vent fashionable folks drink booze.
-' your and other material and expedient considerations terprise. made top scores on tha" rifle: ranges.
;i C that your neighbor "hasn't sense enough to afford strong and convincing texts against' dividing In fact none of the tragedies occurring every -+- As the paper says,. "thin;/ ought to
: "come in out of f 'the rain." Just call him an alli- Florida into day from indulgence in intoxicating liquors are duplicated The Kissimmeo Gazette tells of ..he make the people of Kiscimrioc (eel",

: ator. A man down near Punta Gorda. who is an two states. in tragedies from too much of real fate of a citizen of thi county who just pride in their you.ifr. men," andno
that will That state division would impose increased tax any planted less then one acre of ground doubt they do. Florida, as a state
I declares they
i authority on alligators. ation on the citizens of both of the two SMALL food and drink. The "moderate drinker"must lookup to strawberries, and sold his crop for can feel proud of the way in which

plunge: into the river to avoid getting wet in any states which would be created is one of the main- another argument.-Miami Metropolis. over 1000. The Apulachicolinn who her boys responded to thr: call to duty*
sudden shower of rain. catches oysters .nd shrimp for a livelihood -when that duty looked to bo about
objections. This tax increase would be caused by : :-- is contented if he can disposeof the most disagreeable, unpleaaint and
?1 : :- the necessary duplication of state institutions. state CLEANLINESS AND DISEASE. his wares and if i you suggest to dangerous that anyone could under-

: Fourteen acres of strawberries have already official, and other expenditures. Approximately a -:- him that he could mako a better liv- take.-Florida Times Union.

_: been pledged by the growers in this section in the 50 per cent increase in taxes would be necessary in Be clean if you would be healthy! ..

.-, t. movement to make Kissimmee a strawberry market. what i is now the southern half of Florida. This is'one of the commandments of the Gos-
Committees have been appointed to secure more of the modern sanitarian. It is' the basic foundation I
Yet cash values are not all-not in this nor in pel -

pledge and the determination with which' the many other: important matter of human interest on which rest all the law and rules under
Letters from Our Readers
i powers have cloaked their action-' in. this matter Sometimes humanity i i. better served by subordi-' which the up-to-date physician makes his fight for I .1-J.

promises a great $UCCC... nating or even sacrificing money values in the the physical welfare of his patients. It i is the'most

-: :- cause of sentiment or spirituality often repeated and the most emphasized of the

1 : Florida has a real "yellow journal". It's the More than 400 years FLORIDA has afforded orders that he issues to his clients, for he knows
Florida Fiuit and Produce Journal. published at that from disease and from wounds and ELECTRIC LIGHT RATES. der the new rate you are charged
landmarks and harbors and ports for a vast volume recovery $12.00 per annum and a deposit of

Plant City, and printed on lemon-tinted paper. of-sea travel and 'fr ffic. Three powerful nations the preservation of normal health conditions are Editor Valley Gazette-: $5.00. For a bath tub you will pay

Volume I, Number I I. appeared on August 3rd. It have owned it and garrisoned: it with armed next to impossible in the presence of uncleanliness. As a prospective "permanency" I $12.00 per annum instead of $3.00

is published by the Journal Publishing Company. forces of land and sea. Its waters, its shores its am staying on, the summer through, and are called upon to put up a deposit -
but the of the and the editors I which isoccupying this year, and am charmed with the of $5.00. But let us use a bath
'personnel company woodlands, have been the scenes of many stirring f In the fight against infantile paralysis, summer weather. Also I am taking closet and sink. He could get it for

thereof are not made public. and historic events the most .strenuous. attention ,of. the med. an interest in your finances. I have $12.00 per annum instead of $17.00

-: :- In these four centuries a wealth of history and ical profession in the United Mates: this law has seen no explanation yet of the reason and so on up. The users of large

: i Leslie's Weekly preachei the gospel of selfishness sentiment has clustered almost inseparably about assumed a new' and added significance Admit- for the failure to carry of the election quantities of water having reduced

in an editorial headed "Be Alive". One who the name "FLORIDA". This land was historic |I tedly the disease is still very much of a mystery, plant for to the the lease Tucker of the Brick electric Co. light The 1000.rates, but only being asked. to deposit

would follow explicitly the advice it gives would when "Illinois", "California", etc., were unknown I[in its origin, its progress and methods of development said company could] undoubtedly run We contend the minimum rate for n

never hate time for thoughts of others. Present- 'or were as myths. and as to the most effective treatment, but the plant in connection with its own I bath tub, toilet, or one opening{, when

7j, day tendencies we admit, are toward self-centered Every loyal Floridian should strive to keep all I from their observation the medical men of the coun- at a great saving. I notice rates for separate should not be more than

w1- endeavor, but let's forget ourselves sometimes and these historical and sentimental associations intact I try agree that its virulence is greater in the midst electricity three and a in half come and towns five cents of rer three" K., I: $6.00 imum per price.year, that acting as a minI -

: think of others. Let's not only think but let's do with the name FLORIDA. No "State of West :''of unhygienic surroundings than under those where H. Here in Kissimmee you pay f-om I A thousand users of wrter having-

x, something for those about us. r Florida." no "Slate of North Florida" no "Stateof care is taken to create and preserv e the proper conditions eight to twenty or twenty-five cents ,:,deposits with the city an average of
I K, according to amount used. $7.50 each IS a guarantee their bills
South Florida. No and of clean living.
confusing state names will I he paid furnishes
1 ; I Offices which I urn light only a neat sum for
Congratulations to Prof. R. M. Evans. Super- the Confusing terminology that would ensue. ONLY I i In this respect the disease follows exactly inline seldom, being not use ] at night, and I'a bank leposit Since this fund must

intendent C. E. Yowell and the members of the ONE FLORIDA. of all afflictions that are known to be of germ small families] and some least able be kept intact! to pay the customers

County School Board! They 'have decided to inaugurate Especially so. again when the only tangible"reason" I I origin, indeed, of all physical derangements to to pay, must jay the highest rates. i|(Ji! the water. bills, when their acicounts -

a Domestic Science course in the Kissimmee (for division is that which humans are the legitimate heirs. The lease to the Tucker Brick Co. I are closed] But why the required -
state politiciansin
some ilcposif/
would make but I not charge the
I possible a
:' r public schools during the term soon to open. ; South Florida are peeved at some politicians in There is no better preventive against disease saw no statement rs to whom the hoiivpholti, the actual cost of meter
Practical education is the demand of the day and North Florida. I than proper hygiene. none more essential. and the saving would accrue, no offer to share" and )let it go at that Or in view of

the first step is tq be made in the training of the I Ced Florida's western counties to Alabama- temperatures of summer, whether in the North or it with thj consumers, and the con the fact meter service will save the
future housewives and mothers of our city and call for extraordinary precautions in this sumers l shied" of being yoked to pre city money, why not install them fi'oe
where the South 'of coi
they belong all
I topographically, geographically ent prices for five years. ? The rate of :20! cents per
; rounty. and climatically. Pensacola is the only locality in I direction. The reason is that putrefaction and decay In the early days of this electric! 'thousand gallons is low enough, but

: :- I that section that has more than casual historical '1 are more rapid as in all chemical reaction, un- light plant, during one of my first I the minimum tate for the little fellow -

We, of Florida, talk about our wonderful .op-( I asseciation with Florida. We can that much ':der heat than under the fc wer temperatures of the years of wintering Kiscimmee, my will! he increased under the propo'd -
them. With ( spare landlady paid l by meter never over ordinance, which will assuredly-
and neglect and
port jnities yet we acres The breedirtb of flies mosquitoes
more to Alabamafor Alabama already has part cooler season 50 cents per month for light, and that not act as an inducement for homeseekers -
and acres of fine grazing land and farm lands up- of the original Florida. So has Mississippi.. I the carriers of disease-prodycmg germs, is favored year the plant paid net into th,- city in this town.

:k on which tons and tons of feed may be produced:! Then put the state capital in the center.of,, the bv summer heat, whether it be in Florida or in treasury $700. Yet now in l1W! 1 she I: Oh, yes we uphold all substantial

v to feed thousands of head of dairy cows we read state-AT KISSIMMEE. The location is ideal Maine.It pays $1.00 per month, for no more permanent improvements which will
this in the of in light, and pays in addition a tax for !I save money for the taxpayers as a
t I such items as press Jacksonville : all is o/ily natural that under the stress of our class But
ways. I street lighting, and yet I am 'old] that : oftimes we feel as if we
"One Firm Imports 400 Gallons of Cream a Week particular attention should be given to hailed from Missouri when
Butno matter where the state capital be- emergency the plant now ocs not pay. In the looking-
from New York". Why not produce this cream in ONLY ONE FLORIDA. cleaning up the premises, to the prompt and reg- words of a contemporary, "there must I upon our public improvements and
Florida? but here' be a reason." j the slipshod manner in which they
,.1.l r removal) of crarbaee and refuse, ssomething I installed
E. A. HEYWOOD. are and opera ted.ij their
: :- FACTS ABOUT PRINTING. to remember-the influence of unclean !cost does not justify the expenditure

i. Osceola county's board of commissioners de- -:- physical surroundings. like that of moral unclean- WATER METER RATES NOT of the taxpayers money.

serve commendation for their road polici s. Building George Goulsby of the Wauchula Advocate i is ness, is not immediately cut off by sudden reformation EQUABLE. We hope the city council will look
good road is important but its maintenance<< I I for time to produce evil resultsin I into this matter of the sliding scalewater
a It remains a
L I a quaint character. He's a bit brusque and bluntin ; -. i rates and set the scale to .
I II a 4
%. is equally, if not more. impoHant. The fact that his remarks but he is able to put his commentin spite of improved surroundings: Our bodies, Editor Valley Gazette:; : I tune which does not jar upon the taxi -

Road Supervisor Farmer has been at work during words the meaning of which is perfectly plain I I like our souls. must be rid of the poison of evil be- We undoubtedly believe in the i payers' nerves.

the present week shaping up the grade of the Kis- I to the reader. Read what he has to say about fore they can absorb the full value of healthful. water handled meter, should system,save which at if least properly 25- I'expire.Shortly the wood fuel controct will
By using oil a saving of r O '
brick is evidence of the >
immee-Orlando highway printing. It will give you valuable information surrounding per cent waste of water ,theroby lessening -''per cent can be accomplished? This
carrying out of the policy: of "keeping a good road I I that should always be in a slate the running of
and at the same time amuse you with its quaint-I It follows we expenses our I saving added to the 25 per cent saved

;; good" in this county. n<;u. Here it is: ,of preparedness against disease of whatever nature water plant considerably; but we can- 'of the water waste by the use of me-
; not conceive the proposed rates to be
of normal hygien.
: :- "Paper costs from three cents to fifty cent mainly by the preservation established by the city council ters.The judicious selection

Florid.i, journalism now has a great three-ringed<< per pound: printers ink costs from five cents to ic"condition, by habits of regular eating, bathing therefore just. equs.ble used by the city, at wholesale of :.goods-rica, '

circus all Its own. Editor C. E. Howard is print- five dollars per pound. I''and clothing adapted to the personal occupation At present one bibb'opening: costs would no doubt put our waterelectric } 'I1n<1. --Y'.

ins three paper ip one, having combined the Winter "Yet when a smooth-tongued salesman come bY'Plenty of( sleep and indulgence in no form of excel $8.00 per annum, as the minimum plant on a paying basis, with} ,

> .( Garden Tun*** with the Orange County Citizen around and <"f' < ;r< to sell letter heads'at 50c per *, are best armed against disease, even though charge month, cost or by S12.00 new rate will be,'nn$1.00 increase an annual surplus! to the city's credit. I
per per year whereby a sinking fund
would be
'which was alre..ri/! .t>li.I1i. { a separate depart- thousand Its than the home printer. Mr. BusinessMan they be surrounded by unhygienic; conditions: but of $4.00 per year over the old I.accumulated wherewjth to meet the f

k mentor Winter Park. You can fold your paper (' now is the time to get a bargain. I even such are subject to the poison of dirt. and rate, besides householders being required bonded indebtedness. Then there .11'

any way you want it. If you live in Orlando. take "T'!' > vud,; be just as sensible to go out of town no one i is reasonably safe unless he is armed by after the to meter put up has a been depoai( installed of $5.00 : would be no necessity to- offer/ these /'(

the Orange County i.'jtize i hrirliir? as vowr r)i I ?T' buy the biggest! suit of personal a guarantee for water rates If you Yours very truly,
: 3,f one; \\f you live "i WI '" d" ..n, '.Ire tn Winter j[harl for '3. I roundings., or now pay $s.oo. for a closet, along un- TAXPAYER: AND WATER uslsiu: ?

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THE KISSIMMCE VALLEY GAZETTE ,Allison Bass, of' Amcric s,- G., is Ladies' ''rain coats at barpin. King 'Quality' .

.''I'.I.p....N.. lL) the ler. pest of- his aunt Mrs..R. T, But F. H. Lawson. any. F H. for men goodas Triplett edge receipt of of a call front Editor of the- word.' Next-/ year he Ii i in line.
one the ,
(i MMMHlM MBM HMMtan nWB BMqgvHM HMMUMMj J f-: princes of the for tho
presidency of
s : the State Press.
Published G. i G. Crawford who has,been yis.itlng Miss .Qulda Malloy has returned newspaper rr.en of the country and Association."
Every Friday By W. H. Dawes and / one of the ,
family have mov. relatives in Tallahassee for oev from a visit with cleverest in the stato. At r'i
,'. W. s. HARRIS A ID. O.YAN.'AOKIIIW: ed. to Orlando, where they will live era weeks, hat returned to Kissim- relatives in Taljahasee. this time he is looking over different COURT HOUSE i
in MOWED y
the future.C. fields withthe view ;
mae resumed his duties in the'low'' locating again,. I '
W. Park office of his brother, W. B. Craw E. L.' Fennell, who is 'a' member of as he was a victim \-t a forco of cir SherltT.L.'H.'JnlTam.- had tho
\t of'Tampa, a prominent Comeany B in cumstances which -meant for him to grase-
now at Black in
theatrical camp the .
court, house
man, 'was visitor yard mowed this
a 'in the ford.M. tell the truth
Point or to do
Ml3E city arrived home :Thursday for a ai some real week thowork l'
being done .
Wednesday.;: | A. Farmer who is a member few days furlough. estate firm wanted hint' to do in tell.i by Mr. i
. Miss Elsie McCoakoy.left !''Or Company B, N. G. P., now in camp ing the truth about St. Cloud. Trip.[reach Balfeng rood The grass was allowed to'' '
for Lake Wales where Monday at Black Point, spent Friday and Saturday Free gifts given with each pur. lett decided he would tell th, truth, a length this time In ordcr -
to give it
O two weeks will spend I here with relatives and friends chase. F. H. Lawson., job or no job.: He.lost his job as editor with liorse' a thorough mowing; .ti "'
visiting friends. drawn
mower and it will ;
having come homo en a forty-eight of the St. Cloud Tribune but he T
H. I hour furlough. Mrs: G. H. Prather, who has been I maintained tt-o honor now oe kept in better ondLtion
R. is due
__ .May,_ Marion Carson and J. ill for ft/ltaA. timA._ la VAVt,lxf nd tn KA from all his him throughout the. ummJr.I ,
M. Hughes, Jr., attended -- friends and the newspaper -
A. the ball C. C. Hare, of the Bureau of Improving This'will be 'news
game\ in Orlando bit Crops good toys over the State, and
Tuesday. now I
O ry0 Deputy Sheriff Leonard Williams
Estimates her
with headquarters in to many'frie'nds.Rain St.: Cloud world give'anything to have I
gsrAle Miss Ouida Malloy returned last Gainesville, was a visitor in the ctiy hinT' It v/as cipher: Triplett ,and S. M. Crews, manager of tho dry s
RE55Py {
this week and made coat for men, $10.00 value for |goods department the Loughman
Saturday from Tallahassee where she trips over ) must ,tell a lie ,and lone his I loner or i ,
has been visiting her uncle, Royal C. the county with B. E. Evane, county $6.00; guarantee. F. H. Lawson. toll the truth and hold! the esteem of Supply city Company were visitors In the

Dunn. farm demonstrator. I Ernest Mach and R. D. Waring his fellowmen. Ho chose the latter I I today. r

Jack Whiddgn. one of the George Overhall, who is a member made a business trip to Tampa this course. He In going! to locate someplace I| Shipments of the biggest crop of
nent cattlemen o.the Kissimmee riv- of Company G, the Tampa company, I week. The journey was made in Mr. Florida along-if conditions the west coast in south avocadoes that Dade county has everproduced ,,

._.r-... .....I. Weather Report er section, was a visitor in this city now in camp at Black Point, was :n (Waring's at the wheel.touring car with Mr.; Mach pees them and the city are that rljht"cts as his he has begun. The. fruit is
.. on Wednesday.Mr. the city Monday en route back to services will ., booster And smaller than usual, but the quality is
I camp after visiting::; relatives and Miss Lenore honest get an fine, and good prices are' expected torule. '
and Mrs. Henry Harper left friends in St. Cloud. been Van Duzer, who has newspaper man :in every sense ,
visiting her parents in Chanuto .
last Saturday for Grand I ,
Following daily Miss Lula Kansas for the past two months
are temperatures [Mich., to spend a two months vacation Miller expects to arrive has ----
... and precipitations as reported I at their old home. 1 today from., Kissimmeo. She has been ,', -returned-'-' to Kissimmee. and. is again .o 0 0 GOo H 0 00.00000 H 000000000.000-OoOoGGOOOOOO GOoOoOoOoOoOOOOOOI N Nft
>It. by Government stationat [employed in that city :for a number I mailing ner nome with her grandmother -
KisRimmee for the week priding Prof. R. M. Evans returned:l last I lot weeks and is often the week-end i I' Mrs. F. J. Van Duzer.

Thursday, tug 10, 191fi: I Saturday from Tallahassee, where he 'guest of her parents in this city.- j: The home of
Max. Min. Rain has teacher been for the past two months MS Lakeland Morning Star. i Miner, 50i( Highland Mr. and avenue! Mrs., was W.the E. School Will Soon
a in the I
Friday .. ____94 72 summer Miss Helen Jonec has been appointed scene of a pretty though quiet wedding -

Saturday .. -.0,5! 72 f Ii Rev. Smith lIardin, presiding elder teacher of the school I last night when their daughter, Mi
Sunday .. __91 73: of the Orlando District was here and will begin the term on August Miss Alma Miner, was married to Mr.
[Tuesday evening and held quarterly 24th. Miss Helen has many friends Heniy: Funk son of Rav.V.. .II. i u"'",
__ __ ;
Monday 89 71 lof .auchula.-Orlando
[conference in Kissimmee Open
I at tHe Methodist church. who are glad to see her ReporterStar. ,
Tuesday .. ___93: 69; I selected for this position and every ( "
Wednesday __91 75 Fred Bass, Tom Ivey, Clyde and one is confident that she will make a Pirns Ste
Walter Nelson and Clarence Alderman are being made by the local
Thursday 'u _.90 7tt 1.150 I!i went to Sanford Monday to witness -- success. I lodge of Odd Fellows for the holding How About Your Child's ?
i I IHH the Sanford-Orlando ball game. Mr and Mrs. John L. Reaves and of a district meeting here on the I
00000 00 0000+Q.<00 children left Tuesday in their auto- night of August 18th. Msmbers of

- I Dr. George E. Parker, of Plant mobile for a trip to Daytona Beach, | the lodges at Orlando, Sanford, Eusitia -
City, visited friends and relatives in where they will spend two weeks' and St. Cloud are expected to at- I '
va- I fact that
.oooo o ooooo..oo Kissimmee , a three-fourths of the "flunks" in school
Thursday while en route cation, having leased a cottage there. [tend. The Rebekahs will hold a district :
North to spend the summer vacationD. Lester Alford, a member of Company : meeting at the same-time and a .
B, now in at Black Point large attendance is expected. There I are caused by bad vision.Don't '
'The Local FieldFire I IO G. G. Wagner, P. K. Weaver and is' home to spend camp a, five tiayc': furloffgh, ['[will be work in the first degree I\S

those M. who Shearouse, Jr., were among with relatives and friends. I'|part of the event.W. I wait until school starts.-do it now.
I .. went_to Orlando! :- _Tuesday
OOo"o. vo witness me urlando-Banloril: ball Dr. J. W. Simpson returned last S. Alyea, of St. Cloud, was a

Insurahce. See A. E. Drought game. Saturday from an extended visit in visitor in the city last Saturday. Mr. sit .;10 J*
Alyea i is one of the promoters of the !
Howard Chicago Detroit and other points. I e 1.
Curry, of
Tampa spent While in Central Florida Interurban Railway 1 e
Mrs. N. C. visitor Monday here in the Chicago he took a postgraduate -
Bryan interest
was a in of the and
Tampa Monday '\South Florida Fair and Gasparilla course in dentistry at the plans company of the states that preliminary I,: COLE JEWELRY
Carnival to be held in Tampa next I Northwestern University. En route are going aheadrapidly. ; CO.
R. E. Ferris, of Tampa, spent :Monday winter. home ho stopped in Gardenville, Ky., Alyea expects to appear
in the city.J. I i where visited relatives. Dr. Simpson ( before the city council of Kissimmee ,
Among those" attending the Orhui- I! states that he i is glad to be back-' at its next meeting and ask for a ,t Jewelers and Optometrists I ,
II. I'ryor, of I-ouphmun; spent do-Sanford bull game at Orlando I in cool Florida after th"- hent of Chicago franchise, similar to the one granted
Tuesday in Kis>>llIIlI1l'e. I Tuehday were Lawrence Ties, Wal- where hundreds were ovcrco.Tie i by the city of St. Cloud.TIUI'LETT ".
''etr Aelhon, Guy Hammock, Guy Gardner by heat every day and ninny died. 01l OOOO ClO 9\1C10000000"OO"9'
All our JI.JiO ini-n' Mri\v: hr.ts now 1 and 1.'I'pd1.; Har.s.;. I IX LAKELAND.The ) .
K!Il'. ollar Limit :;":Il'. i J. 1 K.: l.npfer is! soliciting donations --- -- -- -- --- ----- ,

1 Robert iI!. Smith, a nv-mber of and, contributions for a box to be sent J.akelnndIornin: Star writes v1f..... -- -- ..... ....
1'. 1 K.: :MOI-JJIIM, of St. (Cloud l, was aSunday Company H, nov in elmp at Hlackj / to the boys of Company B at BIIIl'k''f as folioof Stonewall Jackson, Triplelt ) .,- ,w- 1r. *IM3IT'S 1 '

visitor in the city. j i Point, arrived Wednesday( evening to Point. Contributions may lie sent 10 formerly editor, of the St. Cloud

One lot ladi,'s', ('olln voile drl'.''''.",, 'Spend several day/: furlough with rel- him at th> Oxceola Hardware Store, 'Fl ihrme: NOT TOO EARLYTO
$1.JW.! Dollar. Limit Store. lati"e" and friends here. or those who wish to contribute may "The Star also decirts to acknowl-i
I communicate with Mr. Lupfer. Articles i i
Victor (Hill, of Narcoo..see' was a I Mrs. George; A. Donegan, daughter, may l I.e sent to the company as nwhole
visitor in the city on Tuesday. i|Miss Lorene, and son, Arthur, returned or may 1 b 2 marked for individ- RUBMYTISMWill BE THINKrNti OF
Monday from Birmingham, Ala., uuls. Frail has just returned from
M. M. Stewart, of St. Cloud, spent i where they have been upending several the company, having been given an cure year Rheumatism YOUR FALL SUITAs
., lust Saturday in Kissimmee. I i I weeks visiting relatives and honorable discharge. lie knows what Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,

:I,friends. I the boys want and states that cigars, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and a matter of fact, if you want to be a leader and not i
Just reccivod line cf Middies I
n new
at The Quality Store. ) Mrs. A. M. Chisholm and little {ceptable.tobacco, etc.He, intends will be to especially send the box ac- Burns Old Sores, Stings of Insects follower, now's the time to prepare for the ,1
I daughter, Valera, who havj been visiting '
I '
Judge S. 13. Decker, of St. Cloud, Mrs. G. F. Parker, have returned next Tuesday and requests that contributions - Autumn Season.
reach him by that date. I
was a visitor in the city on Monday. to Rev. Chisholm's grove near Orlando '
where they arc spending the I OUR CRISP, CLEVER
New lot hosiery just it lived at I vacation period.
the old price at The Qu-.lity Store. FABRICS FOR FALLare

Pat Johnston. and family, Miss
Buy Reed's box cakes at ten cents. I I Elizabeth Donegan and Senator Arthur here-in hundreds of attractive colorings and ..haclin. a 1

They are made in Kissimmee. 33-2t E. Donegan moved this week Buy a Bicycle ... And our models are complete with
from their former homo on Emmett I
Miss M. Backofen and Mrs. M. M. I street to the Thurman property en Fashion's O. K.'d demands. i
Armor spent Wednesday in Lakeland. the lake front. r
I We have just received a shipment of those nice Hare your Autumn suit tailored to your individual f'
Mr. and Mr*. H. J. Lee, of Jacksonville Breaker & Barclay moved their .
Hudson Bicycles fully equipped with Coaster measure-have garments that..
were visitors here on Tuesday. i.real estate offices this week from the
-- building adjoining the Manhattan Brakes, Mud-Guards Goodyear Blue Streak''; "distinctirdy different."
J Our box ,cakes, 10 cents, are al- Hotel to tho .room on Broadway between .
,I, "Faye fresh. Re d'e bakery., .3-2t the Lupfer & Prather Garage Tire at $25.00 cash or $30.00 installments.We Drop' in tomorrow for an inspection.

and the City Market. carry several tier leadiaf Makes at prices aad terms
t Mra. B. H. Beli uio. of Orlando -DEPARTMENTpry
, 'tr was the guest of friends here Monday J. H. $Baisder who was nominatedas t. Bait year parse. We also kave a cenplete lime J

a member of the county school Cleaabf, Pressiaf and Repairing. Prices a ay BcmtieB
board from District No. 3 at the re-
Miss Betty Pherigo is assisting the cent primary, came up from his homein ,
postoffice force during the vacation Whittier and spent Saturday and Bicycle Repab isg. We wilt year bu ia.... r

season.R. Sunday in Kissimmee. GIVE US A TRIAL The Family Store

M. : of Seffner
Witherspoon wasa t
business visitor in Kissimmee on I|
Monday.See |Raymond' Bearden afternoon motors( to Sanford Bryan Cycle Company I 116 Broadway PEAKS & PEAKE Phone 291 '

Thursday to attend ,
those $7.00 ladies' coat suits. the double-header ballgame between ."... b.. '"...It._ ... -It.._ ... _.It.."... ... -.It.It._ .._ .. -ra, .-It.. '"
Special for next week $:>.98. Dollar Sanford and Orlando teamsF.

Limit Store. .
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C. Groover, of the Groover-

II. II. Cole, of Lakeland, spent Stewart Drug Company, Jacksonville, ."... b.tit b.. -'" .. -It.._ -_.It._ ... '" b.. -.,.,. b.. -n--"-- .. -y-- .. "''It.. "''It.. ''''It.. ---y-- 'If" -,w.- .... -tij-\ .....
Tuesday here the guest of Mr. and 'was the guest of J. Z. Roberson on
Mrs. II. E. Cole. Monday. In company with Mr. Ro-
bersun he motored to :St.: Cloud! and to ..
Attorney Carey I D. Landis, of Ds- Orlando, where he took the train for BUYS BARGAINS
Lund, was a business visitor in the ,his return to Jacksonville. PERSONS t
city last Friday. j
I! Fricnd's "ofT&rmer policeman Ed-
Ask your grocer for Reed's box 'ward A. Coleman have been asking

rakes. They're only ten cents and are i I why a man of his splendid physique
"Made in Kissimmee" 33.2t |i was turned down by tho military FOR. DOLLAR LIMIT STORE
physical examination. I11 r. Coleman

I.'. C. Groover, one of the promi- 'j furnishes the information that he was
nent business men.' of Jacksonville, j I I eleven pounds over weight for his';
spent Sunday in this city. height.

W. T. Cowles a prominent insurance I Henry Lightsey spent ssvtrul days POSTAL TELEGRAPH CABLE COMPANY
man of Jacksonville, was a bus 'last week at Tampa, where he visited
iness visitor here on Tuesday. I I his wife, who has been taking treatment -
in a hospital there. 11; found NIGHT LETTERGRAM
Man AI've' Why; pay 12'c for I Mrs. Lightsey very much improved in
dress gingham! when you can get it health. In fact she was so improved
at the Quality Store for 9V4c? I that she was able to return to her


dresses, all colors, values vp to $7.00, TERMS AND CONDITIONS PRINTED ON THE BACK OF THIS BLANK. OLARENOE H. MACKAV. Pr..ld

special $2.98. Dollar Limit Store. C. B. McCaughen, who is supply
and mess sergeant of Company B
B. Franklin Brass, of DeLnnd wasa Second Infantry, National Guard? of INDEPENDENT COMPETITIVE PROGRESSIVE
visitor in the city this week, representing Florida, came down from Black Point
the John B. Stetson Univer- Monday to spend forty-eight hours'

furlough with fnends here. This was

sity.C.. P. Dow, cashier of the People's Cal's first trip home, since the troops 1 J MC 38 Paid Night Letter
ordered into and his
were camp, many
National Jtank of Orlando, was a
business visitor in the city on Mon- friends were glad to see him. Baltimore Md Aug 8th 1916

day. Ralph II. Bcnfden has been namedas
corresponding member of the State C L. Persons
r Homer and Ty Bass, of near Alligator
Executive Committee cf tho'Young
Lake, Were in the city Tuesday Man's Christian Association. He Kissimmee Flo
business end meeting
transacting I takes the place formerly held by G.
their friends hero.
many ;G. Crawford, who left today for Fort Just returned from New York merchandise in some lines are
W. II. odge. F. F. Dodge and Myers, where I-o will be employed in
mother, of Corral, Oregon, were visitors ,the office of the (ConsoliJitc Title scarce and high but I found lots of good bargains will :;

here on Sunday, when they reg- [Company. Mr. Crawford retains his
another week in order to get the right prices
istered at the Graystono Hotel. affiliation with the Y. M. C. A., how- be here
ever, and will on corresponding mem- LiC
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Barber and Mrs. ber at Fort Myers. .. I have to stay on the go.
H. C. Stanford loft Wednesday for v __ G W Persons -
Green Springs, where they will spend .p..nnn i iY
The Strong Withstand the Heat of
some time enjoying a ahort,vacation. 7 50 AM ;
Summer Better Than the Weak

Arthur Williams rice president of Old people who are feeble,and younger .8/9/16 ,
the State College for Women at Tallahassee people who are weak,will be strengthened

...... was a visitor in the city and enabled to go through the depressing II
last Saturday. Mr.. Williams also beat of summer by taking regularly .
r represents the University of Florida. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It purifies ,; {.

I I He schools.was here In the interest of both j the and whole enriches system.the blood SOS, and_ builds_ opj .,., ..It b.A Ii.. lilt .,., ".r Ii.. il' .,., '1.". .,., '"J' ... ...,.,...

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LUNCHEON HOUR AT CAN NOW\ RUN UP AND r lAW SAYS CONVICTS I and rectly Orangcounties.on tho lino ..tetwec.Captain! to OAceola U R. j I;THE fLORIDAMETALPRODUCYSt :,. ; "

Farmer and load gang expect move MANUf"ACTURE
Ito this work!\: early next we' k and will I

THE'' SMART HOTELS: DOWN THE STEPS AS WORK ONLY 10 HOURS push it to completion The! road ham
1 _ ., I "
in that.section.
f community of fafm :rs ,
State convicts must not bo .
LIVELY AS worked ,
Man; Old, Unusual Costumes Worn 'b$. Out-of.Town '. _.__- _. > !' to more tlio than state ton law hours* which a day IHIK, been according culled :, AflVEUTISKtl\ ". : LEl'TERS.Advrt : !. I

Frock With.Scar let tu the attention of all lessees. by ) -
Visitors.- -Blue Serge .\ UR. IItlt :..Jtho two woaks
YEAKAITH ; -* A. J.( KobeitH, sccietary of th.' ljn:*" I : I .' Ii
Shoes and Hat' ,' nHEULTISM1): ] on Itcpartrnent.) ending A\' ust. }14. 1 Ifllfi.DaMi '
, __ 'I' ('OUU)) 'SCAHCKl.AIK .\ ,.TAM | A letter nom Mr. Hobiitias read I I In. I 1)) E. ; GI'itfinII'H.; : 1. O ,i
,.. N0W( KEELS Hill Jenv' Jcnkili" K. J.till"n; ,
- TEN: YE\l-> ut th, inc!elmic of the County ('on ; I .'
: :N(*w York. AUR. !1Thi wl'litl'; or srtriper.! It IK moat effective YOl'MJKK.Ore( ; : inj.iMonen! held thin week .. "..f IK :n'y; :\lcLoujriilin! : ;Sirs }Francis; 1 i AND SPECIAL
an.j jr- WRITe TODAY
luncheon ho-ji) ,r j.t the* sni.-iit l I and 1 satmfacloiy for ma IY purposes ; --4-.. \ ''r.tJ.I to Cuptaijj L. K Knrmei, '..ujioiisoi ,' 5hltn. Ella ; SloUo:;, Pi. iscilla. I rOR CATALOC.I.IE QUOTATION*. 'i-,
_, JlOtds'n in these ,uII-H1II1flLr One'-Piece I'rocks. -
,lays, is uhualhiriy\ ) s\ II h' piottv Although niiinv ding: to the tailor- : is hunt in ml" a daily" in ('tiiflCtiOfl { a) f the convict KU41)) The let a --- -- -- .
:Jion'lv1.I Th' limit: : inttiin. ui, "d,.' \ :\. I ('(1" suit v.ith its tontrii, tinjf blouso, with Tanlac, the; few me<'d lime ((a'I tails us follows: j 4yP'SWDERFUL i ---- ------ - \
nod i l by talTitas, ;uul n fiw' jr.ih.nhn e\en i in the win:liet, ; wejlh 'i', the one- <'1 \vhuh i i is :,<'lomplishinjf i i such 'iniailsiblc I' To1". All I.p H"os ;-If has ,'((1 tilO to ,'1

: : < )<"< anil, M'ir,*i. ,|' ..*( ..nnn.iti-) ; ; ..u.1 l lUK I piece diess i ., I luuiMiii"; I i mine' aidmoji I ':' ,result. A l110ng tho latest I.Hiatlc':'ition, of the liuaul' thniuKh J! STOMACHIroubIII I>EIU YSIIII
many of tb) <7 I'ritlj' co",tuimsnc i "f a f.ixoMlc,I One of the most \,.hi<> lia\i> tcstinod' ( to thbenefits leiiueil I the I polls of Supervisors that inivilain r '" '"a
worn liv\vn M'-itms, OIK* 11111 t I '''t v\ c' of simple. suites1 noticed'i. I f mm the use 'of t he m,'di<*(iin* I lumpi./ ; there ,is, :,* iiisi.yf[:. ,id ..f .1=1 :....'I'},.::!=4W 'J I .i..-C.]: 1\...I flI floes Ccncral Practice and giving Di .. !!
I L :llnl/sl sf "..\.II"rrh.I1.; ( sonu, iliin' ,I Irhtfullj '. ..<., lit I'' was made of two. 'tiarjffttidth is ]Mis :\1. H. Pox, of (619;] Gil mm cstieel I the following] piovuion of. (ChnptiiliH" . attention to Obstetrics e-"l' .
J-,( in v*. anil 1 DI; AI I the i.\\ <, /bclt, (."l ill 100H'Iwith! a l IVit , Jaiksomille'I ( ;! :;, Aits of linTrt: ; 1 1'iiiH' Ston< *, Ciincci( and leers 3 of the Wurn..n.OfilCr
; itz''llrlf"n llli- other, J.iy:\ for ;in- lot( I the Oiattit1: c'mlnoidci'ed: 1 : I h a J.'tik hll\'". JUITC, ted for > oars 1I'l i
RtUI]('(>, a otin>r mWOK a lu\1-*\ lil'iiT' Kd -"ua..r") .. I II-- "im i liolesvei'e :, years with" a v"Y" load form of iKiumutism for any :State;) convicts i to bo retjuiiedin ('iU ton, Yellow .laumlieo App":idi'ius'aril R. lrfonii-.Phnn- kISSIMMII,.IM4 fl\Officcnc"
'I''rfefrot'k with n j Jlln ".I l rip" of M"II'- I lent out deeply and bound.! '\Vith this ; said! Mrs. Fox, "and mMinilis \ wcnk m'oic ten hours a day, 1 other fatal all oi.>nls I't suit from I, .
t .'I bout I I l11'hapa..t. I whit- ;icoiirttteundeiblou and .joints \\'<)ul,1 ache so I.couldn't which shill
]Jt-t .mil yellow I aiunijciil i an fo" \\oin' :a ( include th .* 1 hoC U-.M! III I
]JI.r l lint anil shins, wln.h, hail l I ) ,c. witii i loose flovdngsleeve" sleep \\'cll at night I rod i j going; ) from i und! returning' to staotkutic Stomach Trouble 1 housardsj:; of II I

hijrh I F i'h ln-t'ls, win, blight" ,,('a I. l !, th-. li\M(, ed'Je: linui.d with most ('''''I'\ I thiiit I coul hear of tM, *." Stonvioh: Stiffen: re owe tlH'ir com MacDONOUGH .... .
],1.t 'I'h.I rtft'i t w, is tiiKinj! (but' notunbeiciunn lose coloi.; t the \side( <.o'l.ii,') was also rig td. J't''l'\ 1 I I. hut mfuiinir I sc"rnpd! 'J lit? law is V""Y" clear and explicit' t. 1 pli'tc/ recovery to :Mayr's Woncleiful'Ht'medy ALAN J.

) ",1; to i Oil of IKM"- n i1m hountlith the* 101". It vit:. n' ('liaii.i-, to rr.uli\ : mtioublc I and I 'jVist> K.'pt and admits: of no niiscctu ti roil tion )( Unlike ot.ier for Storn' Registered Architect ,
: ,
i ing, little model l>t*< mis> > of its mm. jroind i fiimi I bad to \\oise all t h..* ii i null . 'I he hoard\ insists th: t it be coniph t .4! nny ,I ANI> ,
|p"I!' >'. and voi.\" joiilliful! in its I J lost about all the *" | I had 1".1 I with strictly and that no"I''io.- I inch Ailment i I )For sale l' J. Z. Ra; ENGINEER II :
sti-aiglit line ,had ti I Inliemj ,I linen too ite ilfcti\e i 1\\- system seemed 1 run down mid I Voiy truly I yours, / I BFONSON 1 01 l ,PU "KISSIMMEE. FI.A.

for Htl''l't1"1'( I II'y Uhite.. Prt-nih ,lclilitiitcd I. und (iirilly I got so crip,) A. H. UOHKUrS, ,
1cz1 blue, t th" so.'t VIMCX'' :'YH. anti' tool pled, up that 1 could scarcely walk .it Secretary Prison I Dc-pai'tnicnt. 1 I' - ,
looltinir. green" ; .lie! al 101' .- ill)e I itivuiudsl.'des nil I despaired! of ever seeing a w,'ll -'- '
III th ,,se linen .\1 a 11)' of il.iand' l I thought I uoulil I nover he abh- ''TO EXTEUI'JOlt'I : ) ; JJA .\VEX t''J I:. I
them ale ,'lit along. I li.ugH" lin"s of ''to "all.roll'ld :.i (ain. I I Joe E. Johnston i iI
: ; I the. MTires |It .nir I 1 'ate" (flt'.I on toIl | ":llr d.iujrhtei, who live>- in rnothr Wi>,ik I \>ill !.t. ,st.iitcd. next week on '
shouldei, ,: joke. : :aid )lulled i in, l0flc- <- citv, S-D< mo thiec, hOI I I I.s of Tall the bai' :il.j.C of a i uiul .noil:i I f o n lln, I

l\ WII 'h ,-. lx,It 01 s:>.'h of the s;.ri'e maleiial I IJS J '" through tho ri;>il and wioto. "in' ,Ipic'vnt' end, of Iloimuda 11\"CflUC to I CITY ENGINEER
hit, shi) had h'aid, of sev.-ial, the line This ioid v.tfl! :
1'I I I a is | he fiock. An e i--po<'inllvpietty I I, inv- '
r- / ..x4'AS" v,.hitc, > I aim on tn! oldci wasni.nlc \ch-r' I'nnlac had liiiiK- much >ro "I 1 1and |: toiid fioni, the cit> limits to tin. 'pi'up
) with) 0 touch of bla, k on the a-K<.il) ne tu. t II'\; it. 'I hc>ran Uik | arty of ( hailc.. ;o.idhkh; ] I li:s di I c'S
T\ jug the ine'iluii .md }in a f I li.notn Surveying andDrafting
"nil l,,,i' ..nrl i-u Il.h.) < w < % -
i /fl\\\\ Ih,. .I.h i "is ,iiiiite ni.nt just now I ( ,'('(J' an )impni\i.11111 The p..msunutl ) .'
\ on all l\pps of <\ln ,s fun i lift .sun ,: ) to aduully< ,ilisrtppcai' a' ,ilmv I CHICHESTER! s PILLS I SS.I1.UROCK.
I \ \ pie "i""Ke to the afternoon WTct( or t I sleep rot 1(1 tli( "i I. I bejf.ui/ to irunstii : a JT l l % !*l>HitM>. I
( 'H(!th .null fe"li,'}" liettei,. mil ....'. hI.. ..........your.".......r.t. vl.t a.OR"III.ln I
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,istronjrer, \t''y'hy., II- '..ides rd liemir It..d """
j JflJ'a \ i ,. .. ,..10 m... k"" ....
the l'h"lIllUti"lII ,., ., .
.Tanlic s-emi' ilto 1 4 TnL > lht-p Ituy f yo.irI
>ri\e flu<' II lot of <*n< rjrv 1 ni. i I limi L _At'k, 01 U..u.lilt" "'Ill A.IIl' 1-1411( S S" .' rri.I".>..TFII'II I", HiSOID '
: ,, ,_ ,, ,
fiel at 1 1ast tenars younuoiVli I 0 S Ii t l,4
II ''' )i:\ I (can ,iiou,, Ill!) up,,; "'ixl lown I tin' ) 6V ORLODISTS [:VERY WH.RE i

'll0(0.( 11\ ,'Jy a. am )body. I f"1< 1 !

II I like, 1II" \om..n 1 iZi i\ .".:. va\ .unl. : -:.,: :..;-:,<-:-: :..;-:..;..;. .,. I II
all t I''!:a' n"i--hbois| ::11 :' talking ahoul( I I"x: REAL ESTATE
I m\) ' \"Id"'ful! i I. i ui i I-y. :1:= M. TILLER S To ihe.Ust clrop; .........5............... .
''N1.'In/'n I ()MI: }hiil up I the thiei. 'butt I
1)1 1)\) I t 11 li,. m\ mi/liti' ) ," si, Ml 1 mi I hllll'i i I. I Iii
; Real state
ild\\) I tn 1:1'lt: t < pla"'l'y r : to ".1 i iIIIOM Agency.!! A

I I I'.I 1 till Mil" ,.ill.I I I Illl I .. fill,r I .loll I")( t o .1 I Itn .: ... ....................... ....: y Examination! of Titles a
MeC&LI. I nn I a 'I''wi.I I ) il" I'. fiti i. I am 'ir"i"I i iin : :
Hp.llv ) ; lil and sold. :-: .
/ I I I."ip i MI-M) mi vith I I '11) t.I tii'i'. \ :: Specialty.
>/ I \. : In Uiuix' '. |"n. ,iti\tl\: that: I 11' .i: H.iusej. rented I 3: .

l p( I"I 111'"1''Ml 11th'I I \\ I.II"1 !: ldvcs paid and Titles verified. -
("'i UIIH) 'r."I 1 ,'i i- snlil( 'm Ki,- -' .11mii orreSDondpnce Solicited.
Mliisixih' bv, .1. Z. 'j: for non"e"dcnl :i i
) ( ) {nl>i-ison ; nt _.
liuNsian! Blou"e ('....In.n e.AV .51.t rioinl b\ tin Sennnnl; !, Ph.iio.i i i ,nin :, {, Fire, Lie and Accident In- I - -.---- --

l'hlerl'om.1I1; \*. :th n (jurnitj Ki"iansille' li\ Phillips,, HuiAd , .':.-' a JsPerfecl
I of soft white hair *.-. Robert Riedel Co.
sitting near o\ I Indemnity. Bondi. t
; wore a soft "pray fiiilie:] F<>\ "i uiti a 1 .> 'j Ask Your Grocer NOVELTY WORKS
large !sailor.thnpod: htf Muck. .
-> o<-:-: : ." :"""' :-: :-: ->.o
House Bills
t. rs' plush. Huitorv plus!'. it is prodictea LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED a Specialty. All Interior Fin.shj.
4 I, will be one of th' ooplnr ma- Window and Door frame, \Vtndow

( terials for fall nnd winter hats. Not. "Your QuKk's Chill Tonic cured m> \ ..... ".. ..... ,00& ..... -- 11' ..... ....s.i1s.... and Door Screen
11I- ., LI '
In black and white, composed many of husband of LaGrippe and Fever afte- 'i1f\ 'Phones: Shop 216 ; Residence 237
: the drecses and there wer" also a Darlington Ave., Near Freight Depot
: goodly number of delicr.toly: colored the doctor's medicine and other remedies J
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1, 4: orpandies.tho Sport luncheon suits, hour too ;a:that o' often is, the worn soft at LULA failed.C. ROACH Drifton, Fla. I New Stock of t -- T:. F. THRASHER: T .A" of.

I glove-like coats in the f vored bright 0 Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25c. SHEE7 METAL WORKER

r colors combined with skirts of pongee \ iffSmart
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in the natural shade or'ith is ). I .:,,: ...... -oi -.>->->-: Shoes Metal Roof Put on and
l / white or the: popular! stripes in vivid I Coming Guarantied

; combinations. The daintest of blouas: t PHONE 149.K KISSIMMEE. FLA
( are worn under these coats, of a paa-I i
Flowered Voile.It .
tel colored Georgette, batiste or a C.W. GRIFFIN I Ip f ,
i. handhtrchlef linen is usually narrow, and made of recent sale practically wiped t
Popularity of Ceorg-eUe Frock the material: of the dress, or of, 1.3tin, OUR : DR. W. W. CARSON

._:. v. The white RulSbti frock of? Ceor.I when motif the is embroidered frock is serge on: tho generally ends, in a Staple<<) and FancyGROCERIES p out our big stock of. shoes. but DENTrST i.Otl'ice i. ,

I gette with perhkpt touch of .
con- .1'
colored beads wool.
& (''trastirg{ color on cuffs or collar is one Many of these or sashes crocs in front we have a fine new line of goods over Pilley BuiTdinf V. ...{

41 ,,of the favored designs::: for afternoonand and are knotted ni the back, looselyand Office Office Hourst' -II. t-I *

#'i :I iretM evening is delightfully wear in cool the city and ;graceful Geor-. gracefully I on the way and they will be ready Ou Phone AdmlnUit, 168 rd Teeth Rvsldrnca for Extraction; 'Phono.(\" .:_:", ,

and Silk Combination.
't to the and Benson's lends itself styles!paiticulcrly, both for daytime well Many Serge of tho favored .ilk frocks Free Delivery to all Parts for our customers in a few days ...J

and for evening w< nr It is one noticed in the hotels, on the roofs, and :.: of the City .'

of the sheer materials which really: in the .shops are combined effectively ..'',.
A washes and wears vary: well m<:km),* with a wool mntenal, serge gabar GEoJ) F. PARKERATTOHNEY.ATLAW
-.c.--->->-:'" .
it for dim or cloth This i. i idea which
practical he moc'ish transparent -, an ReliableShoe
sleeve, the costume blouse and [ appeals to many and which ir l>einr IN 'mi,: iiisiiiii-i i 01 liT Illriu': We are known as the Old 'f
the used ill p Collections and
dance dress. 'onlilt'ruhly /'t'ady.mad" i "EU sr\iis: i\ \M> KOKtin Conveyance
For dance dresses, t'ne: printed (raiments I Tlie: ]lower noition of the : 001 'iiii'HN in HI UK"!
Georgettes are youthful and pretty; I ,skirt, the sl slpov-le jumper wile Oh' "' 1.'IIU4tn > Dealers of Osceola County SpeciultK'S
eome of these have printed borders, I.cuff:, and c-ol'ar; tie geneirlly nad Iii, l"lntl. A '11.I nrlnnil F'lNhrrli, .. 1121 t Fl OHrtway.
and plain white or colored grounds I of ihc eigc' ', mid; hotly of the I.... llllnkrii|,<-'In Ilii nk rn| l.'y. '
V'i and then again ho softly! tinted rose frock. of the" ilk, jifTeta satin or one' -
.1. I 11)) c IV.III..P-I i.l i tin I I'liilli I I A. Mi
or conventionalized design is Mattered -I of theJapane ;" silks, as 'lie- case 1 I. I I'Lilli'1 ) I 1.'I si,,, I.,I. s V." of NlHMItniTH' .
i? over the material; on ground of | mube. I.f.i. t"I I.I.)it I I'.MHHIX. , .iid, 1 llxtl Ml I .II..Mttll T. M. RIVERS. M. D. to

; :Ni..)111 iH 'itt r. 1 I" Ki\.n) hal"i mittIn I COME SEE OUR NEW GOODS
and asked for definite, infuimationStudent ",- i.r I I Ih. till.., ,, ..f t Ih.) .IM.\I. nnrn PHYSICIAN: ,. SURGEON
;i STUDENTS CAN GET militiamen, who have nilyet i.l. I".' nKiii" 1141| l will I he I li. ,I.I. .it the "tri.r .. Office "
.. ov"-r Osieola
-\l I. HKIS i t mufoi.l 1 A .JJlnll I I In KisHlniii : Pharmacy
arrived lit, the border) by Sept. I .", "-. i VI.I. 1,1.1' mi I llx, I'.lh I ihiVtiuts1 \ ". Phone Ri-eI.l l l, ni'<, C) .
will IK' evpeited l to make application: I ,li,; .,it ,MUM thilt' > "i in (at I - Office UHU ) ,
1 DISCHARGEFROMARMY through channels dvpartment Mill' I< II II, '" I II"I" t \ (I lltl.lH i I III''ltV ,Mtlll.l I I. S.
mililaiv to t the
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1"| " "llu "I il"Inis. i'\iiiliii., (Ih. t
commander i in the clcpait, i 11(1)1 I I. .l I. i I .1 i III'HI'''. anil irlis-i, ., t .ijih
--- I ment of the* tegular to which i.l (h or ".."I'It.S-H UH may |iioi.'rl\ one T Kllll'l; .
a Kissimmee who} army , . . \V J. STEEn
boys are niembors tlv> belong I. I .ii' 14(41,1 4114 lint.I H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
of the National Guard, mustered, into y I: : it. il l tit Tt,mint I rI'H\:" Alju-UNt 4. KRIBBS
: :; &
Federal I I'll! I T M Ml' I \( i I ( I > .1 Ir 1'
Hrvice. their discharge
may get I ::1 M-ltpii' .U..f. i. i in I<1I"1.t"i ,J
when the school term opens{ 'Magnolia Balm A I 'IOICM.1: SAT LAW
if they make the proper application. ,
>41'I II I I': <.ll' tIPi.J. SI ION PillS 'l5 J.
The i/lAir-My-
,. following written statement J.igal bU101.s:
ialhe Liquid Face Powder used by famouabeauties H"II: : I SIIli, ; 51:1.; .I ,ION -.71 \ Mnrn > -iftjLs 1flUhJlr l5U0JlF. of( all kinds givenflJtII
by Adjutant General II. McCain: ( of ,.I-M::11 S i. i \ I-I 11';s OKI I ;
pt .
attention t
If have Sunburn Tan
the army explains the course that will you or III.; HI\II; be pursued in Freckle try dCa¬ia (Talm.. It quickly I nra c-s 1 -- 'III' 1 12 Slut.. Mink Dld.. . \ '
discharging students tops the burn and removes Tan and V..H.I I I IM h.r..y. t.l\.n I th.itV I .I -: <--c- <. :-: :-: -oco .-:-:->->->-:-: :-: : ;.:-:-:-:. KU'HIIIIIIK'f. I''lorha.) -
from the militia of Florida and the I 11.IT'In I. |1,111 i Io.( .). i r ..r '1'." c'. i I II itlt' -at. M ,
; other h tales."Department. Blemishes Makes your akin soft and N.,s l.'b.I; I l.'x: I 1.1: I :'HI i.i, I 111 1 il..itIII ,
t z ) mooth. Ca.y to use and (") commanders
I .llIl<'iliH In 111 olTIi i' anil) haitI/
; been authorized to ure to plrase.Three ., . . . : Pat
diMharKe, as soon Ii.a ill.i i"| |,11.! .II..n) i KM 'I 1' i\ I I' il 1 tu issin Johnston 0 P Oarr.t i ;
es practicable after September '1, Colors in ,11'1111. il i.i MI, ,. ,In. In/ w.stl.l I

1910,, all\menibers <>f the !National: While\ Pmk: i Ho.e-ReJ. ; 0 I IllK;l ill. HI tiillllial.H.Iht'll(I 'IlIlM, inihiiiii, ', ''is'Inc I tli.;I III.I, f..I1.-I 1..1.t I t ... Let us insure your Life, your Health, your Property. i JOHNSTON & GARRETT :

Guard; mustered into Jje) service of 75c. of Druggbtt or t v rSAMPLE JIe.L HlllJIIt., Ill IIHflllhl, '...UI>ly. Slits I rFI ATTORNEYAT..IAW -
the United States who con show a : I 1 I.Hill, (,i.i.I til. \\ It1ntn Information in regard to property for j
FKEEJ : I, s "oI') !'I' .f Hint'k 17
bona .t t. 4. I") ; Offices 10 11
5. fide and
intention of entering or n>- I 1....1" 1 HTM, ::1 1 of I I II 11],M U 2I"I I I i r.I. .. sale and rent cheerfuly: : given. ; 12 Citizen Bank t
t turning to colleges or schools at the LYON MFG. CO.. .. I.. T aiTil I s nf 1 lloik: I J.' i..,t ;'i of I ltL.-k. : .. Building 4
t beginning' of the fall I term in 1 lUi! 40S... 6.h St.. Brooklyn. N.Y. 27 nti 1 I I.ot, 23 i.f. 1 Him< ..t"k :'in. all " RHliI { Klfalmmea
, ,, : In addition to fifteen other Fla.
i' unless the I..IMI.' 'In I hv I I. L.II.II In mi..I i I.anilt good companies, we I
; military situation i such "
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I '. ,
t I.M1IIM\" :- as to render their retention in the ---- - - I. 'Ih I ) Kitil, lanilH ,liiinif, nHs.i.Kiil, In th, now represent the well known ;
1 ", service necessary Therefore, if the I name' ..r It It fliass. II. < II I K\l.., I'' 44
1 si\ \ anil,' :s 1: :s. xtnii at thu cliti
: .
:1 soldiers I
mentioned desire their dis ... HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of-New York
'"f 'iHHtiami' of salil" \ t rt Ifl. nt I'M
charge for the indicated 1\1 III ,'', shall, bo J. W. THOMPSON
purpose they HK Ha i H r.-
should make application therefor I ill'I .in., il HiioiiliML I I ? I In. ,law... Tux, I P..,.il =-:>>. c-es Gr ::E:
will IHKUI .II h. "nun, on the' 2Mh "day iifAIIUIIBI FUNERAL
through military channels to the CORSON FARMERInsuranGe J DIRECTORand
com A "H I'llf.! .
mandinwr general, southern department V\II|| acne ni> ,hiiml anil, oITIe'to'al, ntKlHiliiinici Second Floor Citizens Bank Bldg. I K: simmee.- Fla.OOO .
Fort Sam Houston, Texas." .. this the 2Mh d.iit July,
,\ li 1V16 OOO 006000 OOOOOO
This letter OOOtO
I was: written to Senator 60CO.
Tajrgart, of Indiana. The Senator C'l.rk Clrrult c'mirt cmctola c'iUiit, -- -
had guardsmen who are students inquiring Stnlp or Florida. Store and
( {'lrcul Court Meui.! ) 32-5t Chapel Stewart Ar. ;
as to the report of rumors '

that they will be permitted to return that Insures; FtIOTI'I4 UK AI)>"'INTH.-'I..' WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL? Kla 4mmee. Fla.
to their school work. One entire (Par Klaal lllarkarKC)
V company of the Indiana militia is

(i /made Tag-fart up of college informed students.the adjutant Senator Protection that Protects I. Court of County. ttmrrotm Jadirr.Cou.<"8ta'.
general of the letters hois receiving !. re Kmtmt of !I .tlrl.... M. 61'ka.dJ.r.. Investigate its advantages Before An Institution of the Highest Rank &: JARRELLATTORNEYSAT.LAW'
Notice lii to all whom .
hereby given
W1I..I-.M You Need a General Tonic It may conCern. that on the 20th( day Choosing Your College for the Education of Young Women . ),,
Take drove'. of the October Honorable A D T.191C.M. Murphy.I ahall I Judge applyto 436 Students from 61 Florida coun-689 Students from 52 Florida Counties Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizen$ .;A'Bank :!

Th Old Standard Grove'a Tasteless of laid Court. a. Judge of Probate, for and 24 States and Foreign Coun-tiea and 11 States 1916-16. Total Building ,'

.- diill TocUo I. qnatlj valuable aa a DAKIN AVENUE my *.tat.dlccharva of Shadrick a. Adrnlnlatratorof M. Chandler, tries 1915-16. Total 818 lacludingSIS Including Summer School. Kissimmee flord,4,I}' :

4 Ceoeral Tonic becanae it cootalna the deceased ; and that at the same time I Summer School. Write at for :.
well known tonic pI'OpeItfeeofQUININJS KISSIMMEE FLORIDA will present t* said Court my flnal accounts once Catalog.. .
aa Administrator I of said I eatata, Write at once for Catalog. EDWARD CONRADI President.A. -
It the UTM. Drive
and niOK. actaoa and ask for their approval.
I oat MalarIa Baricbe the Wood and Dated April 3rd, A D l51.. A. MURPHREE, President. 29-7t LEWIS O'UYANATFORNEY.AT4W"

P41d1 ap tb'. W.:jote Syvtem. 50 cent K-lamotnto W. W. CHANDLER.Admlnl.trator.I L '

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I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I II I III 'I Wprl, IMS. A.II members of tIle1, < DEScRIPTION OP, ,LANDS. 'OWJR. .Tax add Cost*..

Representatives elected i t5" 5En'p" eleetloit LegalAdvertisemenis 1 l oiilw shall ..*il-K nrst Won. ..1.loa of lola .. l.eeu
Oi 7 ...kl.
day In April. -
I 1921' ? thereafter the 2S I. of 7- I

term HOUH of office of all member of Hip Notice Is hereby '8.n'that the followingdescribed lands, or so much Lots 1 S, Block It -------1:.- J. J. GrIffin' __..._.. __.. _..__ 11J.JJ
f of Representatives hall herein I.ots d. and 6 __. ._._ __ ___ A. K. Donegan . .
COn- thereof as will be to pay the amount. due for taxes set opposite -_ . .. .. i.iw._. *
Jlctt01.'h! nri>TuMdny after to .. with the cost of .U"I sale Ind\av.rl.I"I. will l.t 5. Block II ..__-.. )3I... Lesley, -.___.__?...._.. IIS.4St ,
. Monday In Apri n..xt'.uc..olll be sold) tl.m" to.ellel the Fourth day .. In I ots 6 and r, Block"li'ir--. 1..e.ley JT .. .. '
-I-I-I-a I ii'I'I , P I I 1&& l I I I I S Il-I-I ". .JlSctlol1At! front of the I'uhlo' Hall door at KI..lmme. County of Usceola' and titate of'Iorlda Ueir. most northerly cor. of .Z1. 1 .. .... o 1.15.

1f 120. and th.reel..r. Senators to Ciy , Block I" runs H'47' degrees, R 148 t -
NOT CE Kim 1'CHLICATIO.V. bj .' ,hal .I"el"d for a, term \ .-I 14 48 degrees, W 87% ft. N 47 degrees f. ', .
of four .". term to begin on the W 14S fr N U degree B} 'l7Mi ft .J O. W. finn .__ .. *50.94
Department of the Interior, .. flrst Tuesday after the first Monday In DESCRIPTION OP1 LANDS. OWNER? 'X and Cost. Lot 8. Block 18 ( leased portion) ___ Robert .Illd.c -... .... --. Il-
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V. 'II.: ....d on-lee at tlslBesvllle, Kl.. ."Il ?' the folowlhl year except HO.II Addition \ Lot 8, Block 18 (leased portion) _____J_ Uosa Graves *,___. ..__.____. .1.1
rUil Nv.Nntlc iiau. when' a Is created the Lots 8 And 4 W of Ry In Block 4_ ___ Louisa Washington .. .____'.,____1 *..BOHeir. IJeg.Z ft 8. degrees R of moatnortherly . ,
."I.latur shall at that time fix the RE cor of block 11 W of Ry run 4 of Block It run. S II. '
.4 la hereby given that Walter term of the first Senator N 50 W 100 ft. S 60 n E mo ft__ F. Leonard _nuuu____ ,,,__ 1Z.Z5 47 degrees K 60 ft. S 48 decrees. W :

,jt., of Algrer. Florida who. on to b.herell.d.therefrom at two or four All I f. ( I Ry In Block 11 ___. Mr.. E. A Bass ____,_ __u___ B.06 75 ft N 47. degreesV 50 ft. N.: 48

January, 11. 1918 made Homestead Rn- years end -In view of keep- N. V. Raen Bloekal. degrees, K 75 C--------------------' Run Bass ._____ ....1......__.? 40.7'
) for \VU. of a..... log of old Senators .-.a".I..I
try. No. 011SJ9. BEJ,4. 2. H. H, T. of Itoss most southerly cor. lot Z. block
tlon *4. Township 81 H. Range 84 R. ImiAiicf with the number of the n ". ._N n..1' runs N 48 degrees, E 75 ft. N 47 ,

4 Tallahassee Meridian has filed notice R..Uof 8 of Article VII of the Lots 1. .1. 4 and E. Block 1 ____n____ Mra. F. A. Baaa ..___u_________ 4.!' W 71 ft. 48 degrees W 75 .
-of Intention to make three-vear" l I. hereby amended eo a. to I Lots I. z 8. 4 6 and 6 of Block Z ____ 'Mra. A. lta.. _______ ____ 'JO f. 47 degrees El 71 ft ______n.___ Rull Basa __--.__ ___ |___... I860
proof. to establish. claim to the land rci"* ..follows: Lots 1 to 1Z. (Inc.. Block t Mr. J A. Rasa nu _IT_____ 14.2* I. Block 19 ________n___*____ __ Bo. Florida Lurqber Co. ________ 10.5' -
above described before Clerk Circuit "The regular aesslon of the Legislature -? Bass All of Block Z* H. W. Thurman _______
A. _____ 14
Lot. 1 to 18. Inc. Block 6 _unn_.'_ 11. nun / -- ------------------ --- --- hl.1
'ourt.. at Klsslmmee Florida. on the that Khali meet In 1917 shall apportion Lot. I, to 10. Inc., Block 7 __-.___. __ tr.. F. A. Bass ______nn.__ 1./ 4t-_. ItoewelPa Addition -I
7th ,day of September 1.11. the representation In theouse Lots 1 to Inc.. Block 8 -- A. bass 8WV4 of Lot 5 and all of Lot S _.*-__ J.\ C. Griffin _____uu_____16.55
Claimant names a. wltn......: of"talv.l. aa In this Lots 1 to K..OI"I ., and Id d.ii k-i R. A. Has ::::::_2:::::::: 17.70 Lot il .__.____ _--____--_____--_____- H.\ Fleming u____ __nu_____ 10.NOLota ,
i*._Frank M. Bdrls. of Lokosee Florida. article p roi Lots 9 and 12. Block 9 __ Mrs F A. Mass n__-__u___ ____ 14 ZR I. 16 and 17. leas N 19H. ft _._ ('. IF. Johnson ____u.UUn 37z5 I ;
runnier, H Uuy. of I Lokosee. Florida hall Iabaud 'po' the I taken Loll I 4. 4 and 1. Block 10 Mrs Mass .07 Lot __ ______ __ ____ ____ MI Tiller uu__ ___. .__nu_ tO.HO
Hobt. R. Willis) of Lokosee Florida.: by the Florida or by the Lot 12. Block 10 -_--.-----_- -.:::::::: I,- .t.A.B _:::::::::::::::: 447 "'_. ..aaoa's AddUCes.0 ,

Uro W. Ferllc o! Lokosee. Florida.BOi3EI1T United States. whichever Is the last Lots and 8. Block 10 u.u.n. ______ 1. D. Befrgs ______.________n__ 390 Loll .__--_ _____ ___ __Un____. .Kfr* I). H. Thurman ____________ *Z.45 /,
W. DAVIS tuken. In the ..v..ral counties of the Lots / 4. S. 8 and 9. Block 14 friJ. Slmnts I a"I ito 2.S. 4 and 1 ___ _.._______.nn( It. W. Thurman ___u___________ 34.'5 .'J
32-5t. R..giet.'r."Pr State, and those that shall meet every Lots Z and 8, Block 14 ----_--_:::::::: F A : : : :: : I tat II. i > 't '

ten years thereafter shall apportionhe Lots I to 10. Inc.. Block IS _n.n Mrs. A Iliac __--_____|.--__. 21.IB Lot.r.. Nol Lot'I .____ __n___ (i. A. lonegan----------------- ZO.00 ::,J .
.lOTIE OF "IHIINI"TR"TOR. representation In the House ofRepresentatives Payne & I'ajne Addiio.All Lot 5 un.nn.nhn _nnu__ O. A. Doneiran --nnuu_ I.DORH

I Fey -Flul DlBebsirsje.) In the manner In this of lot 14 --__------_-:-___---_; J. H. Allen __ _nmnm__ 9 fill I of Lot Z and ,I I Lot 8 '_ .nn.__ So Fla Lumber Co. ..------?-- 568

article r I.tedd.u which apportionment All of Lot IS __n______ ____ Susie J. Sublette ..._____________ ltD Lot 2 __u -_ ---__----____--__ ,t. U. Canov. ____*-- .__nu_ Z115 11
8a Court of Bounty .Ia..... Mate of nhHll l h. the last censusnumcrsllon Lots and 4Z H M. 44.48
Klorldn. 'l>.ceol. County taken by the Flute of ,Honwell-e' He-landlllolon. Lot IS. .. Lot 4P _--. -_--- :::::::::::::::::::: A.: H.: \'a'I-n--::::: :::-.:::::::: IPO i I
Ar A..ltl.-
---,......,. Florida. or by the fnlted Stat.which Lots Payne and Fame 16 Block A J .. Richardson _______ ._ fi2 Lots 411. 47 und 4 _----,._.___._nnu_ 5I I D. _un___ 10.80 l
Rotate of fhnrlen 11'. .......U. "r.Notice Is (he last taken next before I h"l 15 r nuu -- n. Lot 49 ._- ___ ___ M. M. __._ __ sue) .j, .
I* re 'vfr HO the Lot 2ii, Block A _____ ._.'_u.,_. I Pearl Johjtia _______nnuu_ 11 I pr __n -- _-- -- -- MI."h ---_ ---- !
Is hereby: gl\en, ciI all whomIt 1..I.llu., 11lorl.0lno rep- Lots 1 and 2. Block )B __.h..U-___._ Unknown _h___ _n J__ __-_.' 1. O.l.or.e ,t iV"crairii "doUI.a-
t tnii%,>> colicern, thn on t the at day ofIi. r. r I II. If. t' Iir<,aabt'sAd.llllo. .1' Lot ft and W k H. Arnold ____ 74.08 r,
Section 4 of Article of the Constitution 1 I. .nnuu
I .-. .Inlie;r. A I D I IVId.i I I shall apply: to herebv so as to Lot 1. Block A ----. --- ----:_h:__ A.-1 H'I'; ._------.m'u_._ 17.7 i Lot .1. Block unn____.1. __I_ R Hr.aker _nu_ --------- ZO.OO .'
th. Honorable T M. Murphy" 'Judge nsnld < am..dd. Lot 2. Block A __i__ __ 1770 Ixit B. Block II --L, .. Sum Harwell ... 11.115 I j
read followsi'Vhen n -- -- nn.nnu -- --- ---- ---- -- :
Coutt as Juclgc. of Proratcfor as created by Lot 1. Block F --___ __. ___--. ____ Stncv A lien'Xer _,.-u.____._ 7 8iLots ( Lot 1.: Block P----------------------- A. R. n----: :::::--. Z1.1S:
in\ nnal dllr('horlt. art .dmlnlatratrlxif nnv new. county II 2. 4. Block V A L. llaxlilHon 20 OR Lot 4, Block ____._ _____ J N. Bo>'lan _ __ 1H61Lot 1 .:
th. e-state of Charles K_. I Prewitt. $rlc trip Legislature Senator and. It shall member. entitled of i the t" Lots S Block F _-_:::::::::: Mrs 1 R. A. Bass -::::::::::. :: :: 21 I III. S. Block 1.: nu V.'. A. Sessions __nn uu.un_______ 810 ;,
cine one
i ..".-.1 and that at the* same. time1 "ndn6 .n.-.n-------u--n p
< < '
. \rtdHlonLots
Houae nf Representative ". then A. II. \. Mn hems Addition. F
snld Court final
will ,tn-e. ent to niv accounts ,'xt enumeration presided unll Seclion 7. and 10, Block 1 Miss R Rlrkj-jrdlke: - --- 64 KB All of A and H __ _._'._ _____ -. B. Aultman ______ __ 16 5S
admlnlKtratrlx of said : IH.wk uuu
ns estate Lot 4. 2 _- _:::::-:::: John Mallory __:.::::__ :._ 6nRH of I" I Donciran Cattle Co. __ "
1>. f this article .t hat lie il.I -- ---- ---- All Itn'k" I U. I. J. O and ____ __u_____ Bo.95SH ,
for their npiiroalItntiel .hal I
nncl "link _._ W. S Johnson. _______ 786
tnlceri the creation of said of 2, Hlo..k.3 __._nn no. of Block R ,_ Votinglilood I .USVR '.
June !ith V.A.II.pnl 1HSAKAII \'A"'T.26.llm06mo. 'new, "',,al..r'. or until 4hnext census WV4 of Lot Z. Block 8 ,_____u__ _u L. Ke.nlnson '____n __ _-_u u ? 3BLots '4 Lot; ItIbet: -(r:::-.:.::::: -- tJi; *.'I.I.,' ---- -. -::::::::-::- Z.75NWVi
4 and 5 Block 3 ____ ____. Jerry Bunn .Onn.n __ . 1T9BRV4 I
AdmlnlstrtilrlxI.e I I I i'numeration, that Hhall lie taken byIlie nn ( Lot 1. Illock (o _.uu. Catharine Bradshaw On __.__ 8.30
:States: of America the of tAut 2, Block 5 __n .n__ H".I rl.'e\ealix. est _un_-_._ F B.'i, Lots 8 stint' 4 BlockH ._ Clark _____ 14,ZSUiidUldect
Wil -
1. nn
,- "nl..tI the said new ""u".h al..r WCfc: of Lots 3 and 6. niock'S n.n',1.. Howard _. _. .___. . 10 MIIjot .14'I Int, In Blocks 'Cr:'N-a-,;. I
it -:(., CIIt -i' ., Hhall the .. 1. Block 8 -.- u fM; Mi-Nc-til: ' 14 25I..ot K (except( Lot 4. __ A Ion..n __ _'_. ___ 81 ZSN'S ':'
er : .c-
i .n.r I" al..r'I" :: ::::: ::::: C ::: : : : : II".J u
f' : :
Nj.I I., .. het.-liv 1-lve-li that the He-g-, i-n'. III tiit of nnlil new count \'. B Block ::: -- : McLean ) ttr. of Lot I. ll.! "ck .u.Uh _ W W. Mlmms -,,.-- -. --.----- .15
IMII ""I I'.eioUH. of CIH. \'Ceila. c-ollllt\' willi It lontitl'd to one nw"l.r of I.n'l 1 and 7 Illock 6 _n'u. ____ IL \ \'a\.r nhh.n_. ,.- ; i8.1 Lot 3. IIo..k Q .un ,. _____uu H. I'. ,'"r'1 --.-----..___ 5",IK <
the office-" ..SupervlHnr:: 01IIt"I" "hll Hlnck 14 .. ._ A I ._ __ __ _ _. n ? ,' I.
I "I i ii nt I the ..- of RepresentntlM for eer'en \ Int n. u : I'; '" of H - _--no u II n i. .rllel, - --___ _.__--.-- 14 ZS
; "! .Itlnll. III' M KntXS Storenil l.u., ", \ or the major J. 2 /10 S. Illock 16 ._._u.__ lli-ln\ Ilul"n__ 234 1 N 8.1 fl ofVH nit Illoc-k U A. 11 Ipl..r __ _____n___- Z.75Mi l'
.it NiiutlHt, 7. and' each TneH fiaitle.n' th..f 1"\llnh." ns otbetomit RV4 of . Hlnck 16 .. - .J L 1"11",11 _. ______. -__._ .K 41"I I \ nnd 2lflH$ ft N of SK .
t\) Mini :SatunliM: ; ftnni. 11 n'l, t I I. -> at SK cur nf \ H : 4 Block or % : ,-ii.:'' S.c 21 Tp' 2*.
to. 1 'lilt in nnel from 2 mi p in ----- 1.i. inns, W 33 1' 6'trot: 33 ft. H 29., : ,:.; 11.r4 (, '. ft N 2(11(4 (I. .

I. I.. (in p in I to irlul, llulu.llnu Sit'iui : , V .Inh, t Hi.K..IIIIII.M, nit I _.. 1.11 linuldcn; __ ___._. _. u 2 2d(' I I': 41Ki,4 : 2'HII' ft u. .- Tlmcithy O'tlnrn -,__,..?__ _.__ 24 8S 'I .
.1 i K, 1 1. I .'01.. i nil.. 1'nfin\ .,IIII'j\, r HUH" \\1 t to :S.: .linn I >.Arkli.. VIof "'I.rl.l. l.nnil nnd II..r..m..C 4 O'N.I Ben 5'73-1" f I ; S\V- ,.itlnf N\ViVi ;
,r ,1 I 1. ' ,n.fH, ,Main, ,IH .ii.t nou .in .1-I tin' CoiiKtltiitlnn, nf t the Htiitc ofKloileli '- .,f SRiJ S.u- I Ti| U 211. IUIIH -
Ii- l II, olH YP2? :1. I '21 3d 31.1 32 nnd fin M I IH. R Bliki ,',11. u. ___. 1.|r 4", : 1-:. US 1 fl. : 2 21"i'..... 2r..: 2li1ft.. \%. .'f
11.; \\lll\ Ii.. Ui\en nf, the ..i|. ,iiiiiir oftfl ll..11 NII 2.d. of IMS. relating, "In Lnf, 23 and 24 11 H Cnslir u .to':.', I Ilk I S d.itrecHV 2(11( % ri U I. P. Suhl __uuuu- ____ ZS.50 I.
> I L. I. .l- t ti"III l.lll I.CMlllH at the- XatlcMIHt sffi"-, < ,mill Itulhlllt R'. nf Lc.tH 27 ".12M r 1 i \,1,1 ____h .__ _._ 11'f. Be U I I '.f SR of BlockV.. I
II I Ir.. ii. III OI1K llolll' the ,I011llti it.ii TfTnol\.il lithe Legislature of \\e>olnll A >\nrlnic'n .I..IU tel I." c.f ;IIIIIH, ft N {i' fl, K 731,4 ft. t,

i: l I-> KATK.SiipiilHur the :Stat.of: .1111,11: I.... 21.t.: 44 coil 41 of K. L. I.LotH S I lo..Z/2\4 C. 1 Ito) er .n___ _-.nhu__ 29.80Be I
:: of It. Klntratliin .... '40rcp- K NR "101' of Ilek| \\'. .
2 :.t That the r"I""I"" :amendment, toictlnii 1 ,, is. Ii1t1i'k \ _h. _..- 1'nknown, hn.n _..__ 4latin I HUH LIU fl. Inn N ft.R :
I nf VI .'f MM CiuiHtlliiHOII , ,- 1 ,tc. !'i 1 I". HI'I. II _ "I'liKii.ittii, 4 i-.' I TIKI)1 rl. fl 3'i_ C. R lloyor __ i u.un__ 18.80 ,,'
, mill I u I
, State nf rinlliln lie
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: O"* I\II'I"'I'n""on o LnlH to n, Ii,.' "c 1'nkiiowti: 4LotH ; Be 1 1011( ftV and, 17B N.of. HK" colnf .. .
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and I' ; ,
Full KI:> AI. iICIItllC I tin 1, Hiuni- i IK t hi-lcli\I nun" eel t to : : I.0.. Inc' Illock ; 'iikni.un, 4 ArniiH N ftV 72 % ft. 1

- In- ..uhlll..d I to iielu'tot'a .I I iniii ,; Lnt k R: "- ij:. \\ lrilliclLofs I is;I. S 11.r : 721' f'n __ C R. Boycr _n_ __ ._________ 3D 55 "
I III HT III11111 OfNTV' .11 D4JK. .11 t 'l"- -Mil I ti. .11..11, tu : : 121'r'I"I, Inc. Block; R I 'tiknonn 4l.eitt 1 : I. t "
IN ., .
tee' la tistbru. .r
f..i fil I 111. iiti.,1.. or li-l.-i tl.mSection "I.ilhhl.
: llloc U K 'nkli.\u 4 f. "m. !
Inc- .
!s il *'1": OK FI.flhI U It. 0"( ";UI.A.ell of th I. ,
: K\er malM nun
I r
V'IV. : |pu-i LnlH 1 to 'I. Inc., Hln'k c> 'Million, II 4 r. .1111.-
.if Itonlells I'enrson. II L'< Mf I V* ..litOIM- \ lit it Ii nit UUII1.H I LnlH 1 te. ,ci |ie-, ltlocl I 1 1 I"11",(", n '4 Leila' 2 and 7. Itloc'-k B .u.nn _.j II I. Ilarl"l ___.__u.uu ZR OSLnlH '
In:-.11.;re Kntnte> In ti.-ieli\ gI-rn. '0 all hum I' !15. iiII. citizen ...I .I" rnlt.-d! SIIII.Htlfilic LI.IH. 1 tn 1 ,ii,,' Ilod. 1'11, Mown 4 r., 1 n ml H. Illoek 1 I S .._...?._.--___._--_ 7.35 ', '
I, time t t 1 I t. r. t.i Htci i Hh c > Mabl.etl's <> .. lId't
!It t niJiN' i.iiieirn. thnt em ,h.- Kith dae.r MiiplliH all l.c.tH 1 tei !'i Inc, \ .1 "'iiKnntAii 4Lois I. l. ,1.111.1. In ,,
luf.' I I ",11.,1 elc.ctiir lit '1 I Ini, I U K 'ntonown, 4 f." bennclclllle.n .
I to
toth '
.\ II HI" I shall applv" .
S. .|i.tnInl. r T M Murjih.Indue orvil.l .lie, ii.,,,, mill,,I. r ,. it lit Ion of tin, Lots I I to. '<. Inc Illnclt t I t 'nlinouii 4 f." L..IH O and i.. ',",'k.\ _.h._' MIH Theresa Fluke ____ ___ R OilLilt :
lli.noi.vlile nf 1'tnhate' for, ,mllnil \ >-i.i.i ,nf -I, ,..,1,1.1 Mint, he II.IHlnf Loin. 1 to 'I I : IMoc'U 1'1"ii.iun, 4 '." I .. and 5. Blork I 1----------- S S. Buxxa ______ ____.___._,_n 3265 : ,''I
: I i'"'nit an JuI" R. ii'iI ittLdloa ; I tonal cjMallnciitlonic I. 1 c,. I.e."I It. I.....If NT I. '... ....... ., r..". n. ,\. I'nlrl.-lt-y tdtl1iou,1
illH.haiice. .IIH AilmlnlHtrnteir, of the t IItM i p. "' .. .. ;
..r UoHlella IVniHon. de-cejis. :: I.e.In. 1 t. 'I. Inc HI'.. l< I"I \l'til, < n.inriiKtinnn. 4 "." Lot 4-: Block A __- A R, I Doneiran _ 67 95
nnel rMli.-that nt the. same time I will prone He' .h"l ha\e re .II..c. ,and 'had binnprinii 1 to. 9. i Inc. Bleu..' I __n.n.u 4.:.'' sv of Lot 1. Block I' - __ J. "'. Mlmpsuu _,.---- 11,95 .
IIMIII I . cif ahoile lit 101. ,
L' II. I' of Lot I.Ilo..k ,
final "r..u"I..lml"I"lr"l..r C..Idi'.ln.iio. 11.r' Nu."I..a
nt I t" said I'ourt nrr I the Stat cif lineenr. nncl ...|.|| A Dorle'M
.,. ,\. of snjd entate. and iiMintwbc'reln Flcrldl 1.1 be niillc-H ,I.. .VI. f>". 117 ItS of K. .. I. 1- t I'
.0 67.>5
ro\Rl in Lot .. - ._ J5'. Thompson --__ _
ank f<-i their nl> I n'N. -
I'at.el: Mnlc-h 8lh. A D qU. r.KtHtit' fornlx iiiciiithH. prc'ICIUH 'h'r.- 1 t'n"11'n.tin Ble.ek \ .u. riiKnonnmancli __._ hhU. 1 1 ':I. 1..o. 40 I R ,,f s\V Ce.r of Hlc,<'k H .

A. K 1 UHOCC.HT( S Hi, m""I'I.1,1., to n-nd. write and 101.. 16 In 2" Bleu'k V .\ Coalns _ n. _ !: ,' ; us rt. N IllS ftv'u : 311 : H .
12-namCmo . Admlnlstriitor 'Inti-rptet, ansection. of i the (Ninntltulion , Lola, 1 tc. 8 ,and, to(I t. III. Inc, nt.i i, BLntH Viikno,, , _. ..__ .. .1 > 2' .ir''nl'( - -- - -- - James Smith _ 1.00I .
I it 1 rt W nf NIC cor of Lot 4. ,
fi 7. X In. I I" I,4 ,
1 of t the State I "f Florid,' I t the timehe I 1. 2. 1.4 5. \ .
: : I" 1": 1" It and 211. nine-1 ." 1 'nKinwi _._ 9liie 'I'. llloi k H. runs 1 421 ft. BO ft. N
Mil UK. 'I'() ( HKIHTOI15.IN n.jiilli H to -.- A ote .f - AI
| 42 t,4 ft. IIt) : .. ._ .T. .
-- -- mulCt In blH own right.proi-| to 1 11, Inc' Hleii-U I fnl. ," n ?. . _. 14 si' I .11
I tniit t NW of Block R -'
I 01 MP OK 'I'Hi: I Ol NTt' Jl IX...:. ,.rn" to the \-nlue of not, less, than lIve 1..1. r to 2el Inc. lile.rk F fnUtinuii,, it! (7 I
lilt ft R 2fi' S 30 ft.
C1t'II.. OK ,. O.( ..:- "iiiidri-d dnlliirH. which-) fact nliiill ldetermined > to III '(' block I": I'lilineiHti, '"-- ,_ 1137: 62t. rl __ a
: 13F ft A. Davidson
.1..111 _
:::: :::: ,
( 2 -
4P1..' only by the aee'tuarniulhoke.f to !II. \l Block u \ K DonegallI'nlinnwii ---- ----- 7" ,. I'IN ; n.e
1 R nf NS4'
the n"ilv at Itt.tim. .' henpplles 12 to Inc Hln.k ( ____ n.uuh__ 16. I. r-.rlir..
5. C and, 7. Block H \. i 1': l >oiieKanCJ .___ __ 275 I tHins K 115 ft. I': 2 'J
t In re .:..... ofllllnm Werkerly.To to n-Klnter and: vote u. .
K1" S R: N
12Mi ft.
011.0111. Ua, . ___ 6M I. f. 17' I. 42V4 '
--- He miiHt,, I not lia\e IM-I-TI, ent'ict'ulnr.viiie Ixits ill end N"4 Tlo..k 1 J H _ ..nUn
\v ft. N ft, ft J J Dann _._ 2411Klla
".,I.d" .. Lot '
editors I.eitate--H. 1>1"lrlh\ to the time' hi applli-H to rejrliiter J. II.oiMlnirn t"l.n !
S. .
"I < Lot Bliii-k I F, Olbbs ,_ ZS OSt' ,
- -- -
ti. ,' ni I'etHoliH said having l.;Htnte Claims* or \otiof' Ir.\'.In robberv.r forerv fin ,of 2. fi.K. I.IB I. <23.'n.24 HurleyLeitB and 25--------I IfWciodall _ __'__ R!' 1:Lcit:: 3, :ItlcKk::: : N -. - - W. Dann _,_ 41 HiJ S''O'
I lie uualtint or anc n.n. f !
or inn < perjury) 1 1. .. Lot 4. N __ _ -._ _ 1'.t'ox -_l_ se 5
..u. and each. nf \mi.. a herebnotlrt.el \ courts nf liny Stainor of the United LotH' mid I uh.u u it I Ii.i1'-------------------- 21. '
: Lot 2 Block P _ Julius 11yd. est 4945 ,,
; : ._ Ceo Blake .__ ._. 62'' - - ,
cnnxlctcil he mut Loll - -
and re-uulred to present .I'y.nlmH States. or If HO n..n - -
of Lot 2. Illock 16.40
SVIA. Q (1. C. Schultz _
. __. 1t2'I.ottt ,
or of -i ltPrtnlded. Lot 17 _
.- and, d."BI. which 'uu. hnli e he'n "- .I.r., to labia < - .u u. .p' 1..1 I..n.ll ,
i-llh-e'B nf Aoti t.RI""I the ,-nphl" I II R.1 22 .. ..n..1 F .f..I..o" u.u.u 2 nKllcil N. Harwell's 1.-ub"hl"lo. oflllocK I
-ent-ite .nf (Vllllnm n''Veckerldece'iised.. ho ia ."\".-r. That no net.son LotH 2fi Roe 27 - .u_- Leake _.- 3 !Ph l.Hiar '1' ...I Ii '
Florida. the nf Riicn er- of Lot RH of Lot f and W IX of 1.01". Block Sam Harwell _? 11.95
lat. of iisce-olH Counts lln iil I desri tiflc-nt j M. 4'. lllssrbsrd'n 14.I.diaIei..n t
'I .. .
> BJ..kV _..
Lot 3. ( H. Allen __ - ,, JJV.4SMrs.
of said es- Jmiuarnriit. lIlt, nr I. o's 11I UUhhU -- -- = -
Alni.Iitetiat'r who uns on I.. c. Nurte -
tinde-rslKiied ann of K. >
Illock X. lens W 120 of lot 2 A. M _ 84.'S
tat within taiPare from the date prior thereto. "tl..d to tote und..r Lot - - <> II Cooper 1 2rKianclH :1 I \o..I..y .
the law. of nov of the Lot 7 K :<'nnper __ 1 lLittin fWm i of Lot 1. UTock Y -- Mrs Daisy f'ar. -. 69.45 .
=- =: :-- == .
Oltulol :
"liaied July. II. A. D. 11f 1 SIRI( T..rl..rl... or Inlll.,1 to 22' and 23 - - --:- -- - .- BarneH, -_ C 25, Lot 2. Block V 1. A.' Vans 9345 I
A. I F. I l.n.TlIT. vote under of Lot 26 ._, _._ ___. ___. _n_ __ "'m."r":: 12 1..1 4. P.loik Y _ Thompson 41.SS .
s 1-3 of Lot I. Block CC_ J W. Thompson _- 4.4*
1.. ni- nnnatiirallred" cltlKe-n or bins I deHcetiilatila. and 29 Lee Sarah '"r or shall l>e (.'n"! '" the. rlifht inregi.trr Lots"28'. M. KlniiT'H Hul.dl-,1.1.uuh.u.of Lot RT .a..obl 5\' 6f f of 1.1 3, Block I>D 1. J. Nelson n____ --__ _______ 1770 +t
.. he shall not R of 101 ft of Lot 2. Block DDS A. Hullqulst ___.II_ S.SI '5
K OF and vote of F. I. I.o'a.. Addition
I"'O 1Kft.. of 2 Lot
lu'rl hot and 8, less B5
_ and Interpretanv H. _ 3 ftiMcNeaf
Whereas. the of 1915. under be abb section. of the Constitution, of the Lots Lots 1 11 and,2IL:::::::::::::::::::::: . Burney _? .3.90 ft. Block FF __ J M. Bryan est _n____________ 1800

the 1..IIBlalur.1H5. of the State faf Florida as above provided or Lots S9 ----__________--______ ,Samuel M. Love _. -_ S.UO R 155 f of Block' 6 N of A. C. L. RYW.. U. Hanklns _____----- 5.0S
State of Co".tluton Florid. pass hre. joint because he "hal not own property of M.V.. Merrow'H $... .... of Lot Lilly A. Jobnaoa's He-Anbdlvlslon of l '
amendments to the value specified: 'naturalisedcitizens IH4 of 1-. I. I. c.'.Survey- 41. Andrews Hnkdlvlslon of BlerksS. '

., rl.turlr.Jnt'. State of Florl- of the United States, however Lots ZZ and 23 : ___________._____,-__ M. Papny __.-_?_.......!...._ 1.1' e nnd .e .. A. t'.L. Ry.Lot. ._
rog: .am. alr.ed to by a 'nt the time Ihev apply and .before they Lot 14 ___ -_"_ _" 1. W. Thurman ..t. ,... .,. .__ 4.4 1 to 1. inc. --- -. -. -.- p Butler ._... .4 __.... '1.0S .
three-fifths of members hall be admitted to r"ll.t.r. shall Lot '59. JA ?"ir Co'.. addition u"II"IWhlte K. Donegran ..-... ....w....... U.J- 1 Iot 1. ls-.C 1' ft. 'n Block IL .. I.'' Nelson . ,.. .... '1
fleeted. to each house; that the vote. present to the certificate jk I.rbtabIr."s K.brilvl . ",' S I.a of -.. -..?-._ 1. Johnson __..- ... .._ 14.91
entered I. duly = .c '.' } :. Lots 1 and a. Block lf ____ __ ___ J. -
11 aald Joint resolutions were of his natur.l.aton. I I'nrt .1 Let 415 K. I I. Co'n. ; _. ..___. __ .. _. t
their respective Journal.. with authenticated Lot > I. 1 .-- -- R OSp Lot I. Block l' _______.. ___________. R. A.1lbbl. _.___________.___ -__._.
the upon and najs thereon and they Sec. t. Upon the thisnmendment Lot 11 ::::-::::::---:: a. "li; _- ,_ S.OR: N',4 of Lot 1. lock 10 ______________ -Mrc. Truman John.olt ____-._.__ 1'.55SI '
did determine yeas nncl direct that the said to the Coo"rlulon. the Lot 66.CiYCj -- Mrs. T. Fluke 14.Z5 ot Block 21 __ u__._____.________ '-Z. T. RI.I. __ .____n___: ______ 10.00 I, 5.I. .
Joint I'esolutlona, be .uhmll-.d to the Legislature shall .. Beg. M SB cor: "ro7'I.tnr-w-i: .:. II. Wnters A Ho.. "....ICI._ *

electors. of the State at the general laws to carry the purpose of this ft, N 10t. R Blocks 9 and 10 'n ._uuu____ Moody Pipkin -.._ S8.0S V
election In November. I 191. amendment Into effect of 1914 -.-- ._- -- _. -- Unknown --. S,SB \%'. t-. D... Ad&Itiea- &
Now. I. H ( Crawford Beg. at SR .r.'I 5CItfS: rtin. W 10Sft. Lot -- T- H Feucht S.7JE. ' Ih..reor.. of the State of Florida The vote cast compliance with N Z10 ft. Z10 ft. tax ,36-7--nd 8 A. Uonegran 7.86n

do hereby Kl\e notice thaWn general said proposed am."dm'a'l.' and the of 1916 ___ 0._ _-- _.-- __ _. _--_ Unknown 1.1 .,.'. Addition ,
election will be held In each county can\asii. declarations and returns runs i .. 1 MelklejonM. 875
In Florida on Tuesda)' next succeeding there-eif ahull be subjected -to the sameregulations Be.'lJtt.O 8 Im.8't\ N Lot2 -__,- .-- '. Hicks -- -_:::::::::::::::: 8,75

the first In No\ember. A and re.lrl..loo" as are -- -- - -- --------'- -'-- Chaa McCoskey 11.40 Lot 4 _hU' -- -_ n. Johnston 7.85
I). 19IU. the r"dd"'u" being theseventh iirotiled by law .o-nera I ..1..t.". ? '. He-Rnndlvtslon ofPnrater's Lots 21. 36. 37. 1?. 6$ and 59 A. E. Doneiran 10.Zt
day . for the ratification In trie State of "' Addition .. Pp..t Lot 22 _- Han Johnson 7.15
or rejection of the said jolnlr..olulo"l In testimony whereof I have hereunlo I'nrk .ISnb-niv. ot Let 75)- Lot 23 -.- A. I,.. Holmes 606

proposing amendments to tot my hand ant affixed the <;reat 1 and 4 _.--__ --_.- -- -__- J. W Thompson 390 Lot 35 uu __ . ___h..n_ Oscar Bass _- Z.7R
to the 11,1. of !-lor- Seal of the State Florida at Tallahasse. 1..1.1.01 19. 24. Z6 and 26 ..nUU' P.| Kelley _,_ 1 9Sw Lots 48 to BZ. Inc Joel Yates _ 155
Ida. Con"llut.n the Caplal this the twentynfthday Pranneet Perk ... n nhdlvtnlon Lots 6 and 6 - .- K. L Ix-sley 60Sj
of Jul Itlit of I-o HI ... HB r. !. I. O'eSnrvey Lot hUhH.H . c. Moore _,_ S.76
A Joint Resolution, proponing an amenment u lSe.l ) H CLAY, CRAWFORP.glSmos J. W. I.lllr-s. Addition
te> Section 9 of Article 9 of theState Secretary' of HtateNOTK Lots 9 and 10 -_ .-- ---..__--_.- D Krace 9 A Lots 1 and; 2. Illock 2 L. Polk _ 1421
Constitution. r.IHI"o to taxation Lots 25 and Zfi .-- ; L Curry ,_ III Lot 7. Block 3 - n. Berry 10dK.1 8.50A.
and finance K fl 'I'I.J'T'O\ KOH TAX Lot 93 (lless canal) F. LT"ur' ;' T. n. Clark _._ 9 Cr K. Itonegso's NnbdlvUlon of > V.
Be Resolved by the Legislature ..I I.KKI: > "n .F..I.' H74 AMI) l>lnp ('r.'s5 *obdlvl. KTnnd of SKV4 of NKi/4 of JSVDVi *... 2N.Tp .
I State of Florida STB (.F.NKH 'I, OK Till HH- 2,1. I 211- .
That. the foluwl,1 am.-ndment I ..t., ST\TK .. .ITATt I II II Lot I . n. 0' .n.U" _'_ \ K. Walsh -. .? ___-_ 2 75 Lots 5 ",, 6. Illock I _. -_ h W. F Hargrove 60S
Section S of of the Constitution I Lots 2 tci 6. InC . n u I': DoneKan h __ 44' Lot ::1 i Mlock 2 Hr'nk..r' Barclay u.n. 3 ISII
of the Art'I.. relating to taxatlo hereby given! that Mm Lots 7 8 H _. ___ Mrs Loin fi Cal.- .n. 21 C. II. 11.11cr'. Addition
and finance. Is h.r..h> 1",1, to and 7:1J.: ; -r purchaser of Tax ('.- llCI' Lots 11 nnl Ifi. Inc .n un.n' '' Mrs S T r."p. .__. inn rt Hniinie III NR: cor Bloc-k 2 J. frlo"'r, 11.95
shall be submitted In the ele-ctors of : cluti-il, the fith day of Lots Id to 48. Inc - - __ .nnu _- A E. Doncgan __ 1770 I'. A. Ciiroon'n Addition
the State for adoption or rejection: !:: ntthe . has filed .,,111| ('"..rtifleatit( Hobert II..." Addition l Lot ii. Hie,,'k A uu._ _. N. Williams 388
next general tleitlmi' he-reaftei tnnfTlie" and, hut, mail.nppllrat, "tnu, fAr's nbtlllslon of Blocks Lot 1 I"I Blc.c-k A __ __ .. hU .1 1 It 1 lone-Klin _. 2.17L
that Is to an'.. that S.-ctlnii of .\ rllrle Tax ""eil to eutalii .act.nrda, nee to 1)1. nnd II."- :Lot Block CLotH -- R L. Hlev _!_--. 211
ii .;.f the of tin. State law Tot2- -- - K \'ool'n unnnu.__ n 31" ::: \4.1. i;. .1 Inc, .. anLuis ;" "nc'-I' : Blk 17, i L. Lesley: _ 19147

lie amended, to .In fe.lle.wH. Said Celtlflc-ati' imbiaces, the fnllnwliir -- Lot C .. _. -' h.n'nu _. .3: X n nil 1. Jlo'k J 0.11" Bans _-_-__. 23.45
"Sec-lie.n. 9 ThereHhall, be- e-xe'mpl ,1.,1",1 i Innd",11'I i nnd I"-!" Nbnemekrr's MutnIiti'uina l of Illock KI...linin.. .
from taxation nrnn. it\ to th."f' .t" I. ..... .11 ( ,, . State ..t'I"rllu. "III."- LeitM .11 to :,.. I",. LntH. 31 to 47. tueI.It.I .
tl\e I hundred' ileillnrH, to e\el\ all: .'' ", tnwltThe Lots 1 nnd 2 -_ n__ .1 II Robinson _" - o r' I .2 11: l lot'. I7 1., 1111 I I",.. LotH
that ha. a fainlldependent, on her for N'4 of 1 I'.. of S\V 4 ,nf SKMnnd 1 Lot C' _. \,"' Ullllnms _0_ ._ ', 0' 111 to llfi I",. LotH 11!) to 12(. Inc IKiiieunn, Cattle Co. . -___. 20 tS
sut.l.ort. and eel, pel si.n who IM. nliona I Si': '", of nf I'4: .f S.-it IonThlit Lot 5g - LniiircnlnVilirht, 2 77L -'I'. :11' I lil: - -__ -. |it(. M 'llHtiHell _ -- ----- - - 1 17
\ nd.. resilient. of the State anil,, 1 haH I I \ i l.lll), \10".111 Twentvlx ',tt 6. .n n' - -- It II. Johnston _. 2 'fB. i I.:::, ., ;2 ::::,::1 :; .t h \\ it; Hanklns : 1 17Flunk

lost a llmh or been disabled In win or 'I2R) Smith. 'hlrl' -l","- (31) .- Bff'ft N of SR cor of Block- TLruns I,.i'r. _ __ Vans Agnew _nUh_ .81
by misfortune Knnt ,,ft" ft N I ft. r. I" ft S RO It s i Dnvls .___ 4 2"" Sebn.ton'n ljirkLntH -
-- The* H.itd: lancln, be Ing, IIHHC.HHed, In the All except S 220 I of K S"t I of BlockWL I tn fl IncHlnck, 1 - .u Koilc-gBn Cattle ('0. ___n'nn_ 3 31
A Joint"llnii propnHliiu an, name eif MrK I K I'otter nt the- date fen tax, I1! I'nknown _..._ 8t'nknon 90 Loin 1 11'\I In., BlfM.k *2 - I : : Cn. -- _- 8 3S
. amendment, to S.-ctlniiH 2. 3 and 4 ,.t of iHHltani-e of Ajild C'ertlflc-ate- All except 220 fl SS I of BlockWL. I Lniwl: I '' S - : : = _. Sire '.nl.'tI, t _-: .:_:::-.:_ 107

f the Cnimtlt utlnn of the. UnleKS auIdrtifieat,, shall, be reel for tax of 1915N nn 0 u _.._n___' M ., Lnt r. lilnrk. 4 n u Hut _n __nn--..--. I OS
Arll'1 ., relating to census e-e me.el HI.dueling *e> law. Tax Ileed, (f ft of Block Xl. tax of 1114 S C B.-IS. __ n.U__ I R. Le.l 10. I'.lock 1 - ( 1. _. .___--_____. 101c
and HIII." apportionment'\ .? ivlll lHi"tie II,..."" nil the 2nd day ofSeptember. N 40 I of Block XI. tax of 1115 s C BUNS u.n.n.nUh. I CII Lot I lUnch r n ._ .n j Ashman, u.n_ ____ 1.08donegan
Be It Resolved bv the Legislature ofthe An' IC "'.. A .'.r.. (r. Co's Itep-"iib- i 1..1. I to 1O Block, 7 nU.n._ _. u. Cattle (Co __ --n.nn !>0Donegan
, State of Florida OVKUSTRKKT. 1)1,1cm.' of "Z'. .< IP"- Lotsots I tc. in Illnck Hto n . y Cattle Co. __ ___-_ -__ C.2e)
amendments tothe Clerk Circuit Cerurt, 'Osceola Count\ Lot 10 H _- '" ' _'' .n P T H Woodnll _- 2 I' I. 1 10 I I) Hlnck 1 IioneKan Cattle Co. 7.
That the following of the State of Florida State of Florida All of Block A1. 1-IC. BZ ant O7 Mrs. Anna Tano 77 r.iAlonzo Le.tH: : 1 tn 4. Incand' fi to K. Inc.: Block -

{ Constitution hereby (( CourtSeal > 3-fit Beg fin ft S of NR cor Block ('1runaStOftWFFft.N5itft.979)ft 1 In h. 'UU. - HonegHn Cattle Co. ___nnnn_ 647Foster
be. and the .am. are submitted tothe 'lrr"l Oreen _,- B 12 Lots I and 2. Block 1Z - Newton un 160
, to. and the same shall be. the general IN ('Hid IT ('01, ItT STATE OK R% of CS. except lands to B Allen. A Lots 9 and 10. Block 12 -------------5. H Nelson uunn_ Z 0*
electors of th. Ilat. at or reZ KI.OIIIDA.HePTrBlii C.reen end T Smith _' 'nnU_ A K Doneiran ____ ._uu.__. 12 2r Lots f to N. Inc Block 13 M. M Marsh 3 Fl OB

election In 1916. ratn..alon WH of Blcick, CS n __. _. .. _nn Mrs Josle Bass __ --_. ____-__-- 10 rot 9. Block IS _-- - W. Melkellon - .nn__ 1.fin
.1.'ction VII Is hereby Judicial " H..lon of Article follows"The : .ty-IN CHANCKm.lira. runs S 70 E IFS N 70 ft. W IDS Lot Block 14 -_- -- - .,_ \da Alley unnn 1.fl
\;. ...011 to r..d as shall conrene ft _. u I. -- ____np.u J J. PaI".1 2R fin i Le.t 1. Hlnck 14 n u - - MlHS F Donegan nnuun
Legislaturesthat and thereafter Ella: MaySJeM.. ... apl.lB..t.VM. Beg, at cor"of Lot Block- 3. runs tot 10. Block 1 . - - Mrs F T>onegan _n.UU__ 1 Si 0Deincgan
In the year of 191. of theSenate H "Ni W 19S ft. N 107 % ft. F Lots I to 6. .. Rnt R. 1 and 10 Blk Ifi Cattle Co. __ _.___u_ '.IS
shall consist of In.the ('bsa. P. lbhle sad I*. K Dibble 118 ft .f. .- -. .u. _n.n Q J Bass --- HtBIu A. I-:. Ito.".. .hth'I..lo. of Wt of
:* from each county of the ftal. hl. wife. mm J.-.._ I_ IHItihle Lots I And 2. Block fi .-_ .. unu ( Slever S4 f. aL tf MF V4 .. '1 'F 4 of
and of one . C H'oek C 'T J Bell 2" HK 1ef ee. 3DLots -
. each county In cad K. nl.hl.. bis wlfel TbeIMfn Lots 4. 5 and Mrs "F'1. 'Tp%
Representatives from ten thousand of .. tiiwrerr Ccpsy. a Lots 1 nnd 2 and NH of Lt (. Block 8 henry Partln I_ _ 4f 4' 4 Rod m..k R 'n' Mrs O Norton ___. nnun 1,5(1(
the State for every roalor frac- eorporslloii.rt r. H, H Itt All I of Block 'I j. M Whltt..n _uu..u. 45 Lots 4 ii. '. Inc. Block 7 nn. _ K K I.eland. h.n.nhU 605
population Ih.r..ln. or the be a major 4 omiiiaMr.. n forpomfIvis. Or.frdaata. N'i of lois 1 oldf-and all )01-3. Lot X. It'i K H _.n _ _ J J c.rlffln uuh .unuUn 1 50l.o,3I"
t h.r..ot where there may dividingthe Block IC . n.h. u-.- _- ' r M M Marsh _ _- 237" I '. Inc., Blixk 9Le.t A.F.ionegan _--n.nn._ __ __ S 17
<* lest ov.r1..r of the -- of Blo'k! 17 __ ._. _-_n Mrs Macintosh ,unn.h' u 34 ir r I t1..k "II ._ ._ -I'm u._ _.__nunu 1 ,;.
whole number ten thousand It apr'arinhYaffli1a''tt ,append Al 8Z ft of Illock IH ___ 'n! _, \ R Tlner T - .-- 1815 >!<>.. .. o '. AdditionLotH"
:J.JYlhtt": each number county shall have the bill died In the ..abovestatedcaune Heir NW cor of Block ZO. run. S inn mid 4 Illock, 1 - _ _ Z. T Illals 380c.f
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t thai that Chan F. Dibble. P K. 1>lbhle. ft. 1(10( ft N 100 ft. W 100 fet un Mr.. Prlscllla Bass est 32 '' Innlnlleil I.sndo
at least ::n I"th''d three Jenw 1., Ilbll. and K. Dibble four Lots F. 3 B, Block A . Mra EmmA Rot ---------------I_ 25 Heir t ft n' of NK cor of NRW 01SF
no lyo'cafet House }Rep of the ,' th.r.ln named .. Lot 1. ant B _._. uuu.n ..u. 1, K Minx _ R.c I IS. Tp 25 Tt 21 runs 1
4 .. the '" : 4. ft. W I 153 ft. 8 '
of the nonresidents of the of Florida Lot 11. Block B u U. _nU Fllxabeth Robinson -_ 311 f.4
"' r..ntalv.. Th. members" beelected and are residents Iat. Osborn N' Lots 4 and B. T'o..k n u _. ( C McLean -. _ Rt f' ft. N tell. 15' fl. to '". ", (1 ,
'i .hal and County State of Kansas, over the age All except N 25 ft 1, Block J-- B I... fta..lnl -- ZI line. th.r, R SOS ft tr> beg, tax of

,, for a of I.rm the Senate years shall beelected of twenty-pne years : It la therefore N 51 ft. of Lot 4 Block _U.d.U R. 1... At.rlnl ___unu.u 1 25 19H .__ __ -- n.U _ I. A. Hamilton ________nU____ a""K
the members 5011.11 f'. W of NE corner NE'4
of four except ordered that Maid nonresident defendants Be 50 ft S of NF cor of Lot 1. Block .f
'u for a term .I"c1 be and are hereby M. run. ,V 8 CI ft. R 1 ft. Si: H Sec IS. Tp :6 n 29. runs -
'j;. a. her.lnar..r provided. 'he dnfdaf' f. I".41N (H 3.1245 ft W 1 ' each branch shall pear to the bill I 1 of Complaint NIoft ..___ --_- -- _--__.__-- .T H. Rmlth -
ton for m.mb.r. The aald cause on or before Monday. the Lot2WofA.CL.RYinRIockP 1 I V. Bass 'i 'I., at the same time and places :::: .: 4,> line 1 thin R08 ft. Cp beg. tax
b. Senators elected In 4th day of September A. D. 118 otherwise All of Blocks R and BAll -_---__-_- R F. Collier --- F
term of office of first MondaY the allegations of said bill will of Blocks T and _____n--__. Mr John Johnston JO.86Fre of 191B . __ _;._. 7.. A. Hamilton------------------".4'
" 111 ..hal expire on tne of office of taken confessed by .aald defendants .. *.4 T SW % of Ki J: 14.Sec 16. Tp 25. R 29._ R. Vol. ._. __ II..*
Cn Itl9 The term the fol- . R.HC__._ A..UI. Robinson - 1 oA N'or Id!' i ft 81 ."4 Sec IC Tp Z5. 0

., ( ,enaforB counties elected In to-wlt 118 from: Escambla It Is further ordered that this orderbe Lota I and nu.u..u 4 ______h_. __. __ _ un W. Jackson 60C.tb R 1 .. .. .. . JL.sley ____ 1nE -
, lowing W if of SW% Sec .
i published once a week for four consecutive Florida RaIlroad II..y- EH .SWH
,: I Oadsden. Jackson Lnn. .Madison.Nassau. L- week In the Klsslmmee Valley All Fractional Block 1 __________u__ N F. Bass K TpS..fl2C __ -. _-- --.1.6 (7.oN.King _........... ...._15.TiJ
. fayette. Taylor. : Ossette. a newspaper In Lot 7. J. Hicks .. -- 18 OR E H of NR'4 of NW of iVW 8ec 28.
'h\' vat. Marlon omter. Jefferson. r. said County and State. publ.hed Lot 8. I'r... C. C. TCulp 41.S6 Tp S", R Z* -- ._ _ Mi *. A. W. Myers _*_-,__ 15.7*

,Monroe, Putnam. Volnsla.Liberty. This Snd day of August. ilD. B. . . -or. Lt T. f l of RRV1 of NW *' of NW' Sec 2$.
-I imchuaV Browara. OVER8TREET.Clerk dear.'f'il.w 86. it Bam Harwell ....
Brevard. Palm Beach and J. Lv 48 d..r.. W 80 ft. N Tp. J - -
PnaUa. on the first Monday Clr.ul Court to Btuwsrt av.. then along Stewart J
iY. ."plr.other to be (Circuit Court Seal) a.... to most n.t".rl. oor of O. W. OVER8TREKT. '
i"i.ASd 1981; S.nator.. of O. F. Lot T. tnen 47 to beg.. Tax Collector Klaslmvnee Ciy. Florida !.
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:.'' '!tUap. .haU the empire year OB ta* tr.t MondayJ Solicitor for.Complalnalt. I-f In Block 1* _-____.I..e._______J_______ N.T.of Realty Co. 47.11 B,J. R QILBEHT. C .\ .'

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I"l U" (Matie.BelIe Harris Editor.) J\rns MARY I. IIABCOCX' HOSTESS. I SESSION HELD"THIS WEEK BUSY The Consolidated'- ;;: rLi\'d' Company u


Request i* made to' all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send items VALUE OF J HAUT TO MEM.ORIALUU1LU1NU COMMUNITY.. : monthly, and subscriptions maint-in.ince for of the this enlargemnt rplen-) :. WILL DATE BE PUPILS BUILT OK TO SCHOOL ACCOM: MO-AT I. which the> Kiasimnvoo owns the a cattle large river belonging section tract:' -of, has land to purchased the lit.- 'l'1In' ,

of Satiety Brents V> the Editor for j publication in these did and very nvjch needed work. I FINNEY POINT AT REQUESTOF :;' Philip Lbonai-di :slate in Orange 'F'
r By S. W. Uj'h'r.I hope th. y will meet with hearty R 'M- ,
The women who inaugurated this pathy and SCHOOlUOA1W; county. This stock is said to ftonsist
_ . . . a . . ... i, movement and who worked so earnestly substantial support. I do of 1(500( or 1800 head. Thy will be "
not care to advertise:
flflflrrnnnnnrRoberson I do "
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for its ml\int"nan'e deserve but seeing I do Much routine business was handledat brought, to the land of the company ...
Ii.: PICNIC AT PARADISE ISLAND. Mrs. T. S. Lcthcn Mrs. J. much credit and /shouldhave live to the community as the from benefit this to work accrue the meeting of the board of county in this county, which is being fenced wt.. '

K. lironson, Mrr. Milton Pledler11'8.: : hearty support of Ihs entire commulity. I am to contribute commissioners at the session heldon and prepared for a :model cattle ranch.:
I 1., The boys of Stanley BullockV class M. Cosner( Miss :Margaret/ Winn, Mi I i..s I The fact is, the citizens should month willing I a dollar Monday. All merpbcrs were present. -
per so long: as cm a residentof
I II' entertained the (rirb of Miss Iola Johnny Hronro"n, Miss Dorctbv Wells, take hold of this work, enlarge the the city. I I lo the citizens I SILENT"TRAFFIC :
,,. Lawl r's class, both of the Methodist Mrs. H. W. Morrow, ITK. J. J. Wood- building and arrange: for its supportin of town to app those I A petition signed by some fifty citlizens 5 ,
I ;. Sunday school, with a bout ride and all, :'III'''. W. L. Paulk, Mrs.. .1. }I.. systematic definite In cvcry - who our '' "Help women of St. Cloud, was received asking ,. ,' .
af Overstreet) Mrs. W. I. and :Mrs.. way. 1111>01' so f'ilhfully for the goodof that the -board to send,
picnic at Paradise, Islt-.nil Tuesday \V'inn I community; the direction of die the town. arrange: CITY
I, lernoon. A picnic supper was served: E. E. Well.-. Refreshment.; of i ice [social life is. becoming a greater |ISo! :McC'lellan to a hospital for treat- POLICEMEN IN ;

1' at the Island and! the merry pnrly .- : turned by moonlight. Miss.; Marie si rved.' The ho.-tefs wn n..i.steci; 1 in I .suitable where the necessary to write to Tampa hospitals -
It cancome to resign her hostess anillibrarian. ;
3 Huddlcston asrirted in cl-aperoning: sirvinjf l bv I I-awrerice Parkr, :Mrs..Wells together for social intercourse I This position is. much as ', to get jrvformation nil! to the cost KNsimmee. now has. a force of five.. ,

I:;' the young pc-ople. an.11/ " Dorothy) Wells.Sallow ulld improvement. The Hart Memo- the commille.. in .reprretled y ;of keeping him there. traffic policemen at the five principal t t" ,,
.* ;iiial ithe only piece of the kind weI charge. I S. H. Aultman appeared before thc ,corner along" Broadway in the busiest ; .J

,.: MISS SAVAE; EN1'ERF.tINS. complexion comes from bilious I ha'e11,1 about it should !k.> centered 1 Mrs. Mary I. Babcock. has board to complain concerning1: the as'j I' section of the "it\''. Then! new i ipolicmtMi 1
impurities in the blood and 1 the and accepted > 'ssmtnt of his, propc-rt.v in the weti'1n are of the "silent" vnrie- i >
Little Olivine! Snviig"atcrtairjed;, fault lies with the liver and bowels i' a at onene-s ofpint helpful co-op- I the position I thus, L>ft vpcnnl and the part of K i..:
J..' a number of fri .(U.. :'l the Manhattan' | . ei ion. I Memorial building will continue to ic"Ifl 1 \' is assessed at $ 10 fin nciv, which he niiids l of wood painted white, ", hid, ..1'
I If iitt before. it clearly demon- ,
t they are torpid.] The medicine that i was I ( from !H) a. m. till 5 .
1o'clock. m.i "
afternoon at p. >
) Hotel Wcilnesdny I -rated last winter the need of thi.s I thought too h iglt/ The I lionrd passed' I )bear Oil eachide<1 the 1 warning, Ke !'p
11 Rcfrc"brunts; of i ice i-i-aii>. !gives results in such ,.u'( i is IIKitH1NK. Ictteis. *" '"' ,
the matter to t the ii (ft"riiooit session! to the Kiifht. in bolil )black;
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"lding'Id\ t. (' j'ood it ....\ '
purpose) I i \i-iL1I''t taking charge Mrs. Babcock)
rake ami I l.'inotvide" VVMevt'd iind It" a line liver, stimulant t I'seive.s. Theocinl} I functionii t held'.thi're I K.-JS r:1 und then ,refused, to tuki ;any action. I The ne\\ "jifilicemen", were HtI:1:
: : soliciting for ,,
f /games were play ,I. 1'10"1 p-vent. and 1 bowel' regulator.I: t I I 1'lIe i "/0),'. :Soldby : !. : were iittrnctiM't and I il.ilnaiv I I' i and has met support' "'ith 1 Howard, Curry. r"f>rost"iting (the ire-tid: I I by: (City l Mai-hal Uversireetiiitil !' (-i I
( ;ieuildinelxley. 1I1t'I"'ling'1 success.
Virginia Lesley. )) I South Honda in -eeu'ied the Street ( '
rl were: Fair Tampa. by t iin-
..lack.iie'taAultman I. O-iviilu I I Pharmacy.IfANDKKKUllEP i ilo our! visitors. giving them u'l opportunity ) The following I i i have promised i a monthly appe.ired \\cre )\1 1II1llt" ,
If; Patsy :Makin-on. the I of (j 1 )before the board and, askcil I that (of I the City Council and, :Mayor -
Carroll to nieet people!> our" to\yn || cpntributior\\ CO() ,'('nl". A "fa 1\'
Kliznbeth 0'1\\ :i '111
$f i-.v I and to'jalji.bliili ti.3. lie '!'ticlvf' the county again/ send an exhibit to :II a)'. They have proved efTectivo ,tin <
; n .irmijriT : to (the ill ;
libr-ry be
'( Makinson, John T. I,.-b-y< I HelenWinn : li\/AAR. H\ee'n The Vi-itois and : issued! the fair.V.. A. Smith nnd I G.; :M. I regulating th- tiaffic especially:; i-f *'t\tautol11uhd
(')111'11,' IS'' anklin, Joy J Makim-.n, 10wn"I'op'.1 to each) 'person donating IFS amountmonthly ; ,:
: Shearouv Jr. the and their
representing Kh'l i ", 'us
'It furnih'd !high' da 'nl'Iiinl11ent, I
i : J. M.\ Wilson. Jr.. S. B. ,
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'.\ and 11"'X.n.t'I"n:: . ., I' The \Vthflfl.l.-i-J.III.: ,i.v Society.of foj', u, liwilJ' as thcisc] ciimintr to u.- j\ Aultman, fi.; W. Pro'J. W.Thompson sinimee I 1'and also I nppeuix->d I i in behalf was |JUl11' l in :111\ all.',' for" a ,nut: oral] life- .f i
tl.e -!'Methiw'js! church.A, ill; I 101,' .. hand. i for -hort Pi'ib.ins Kissimm-'i' .: I of the Tampa' fair and ii- ked that I I time i they a ii"\pectpd; to l prove well I *f ;
SEWIN(; CIRCLE.( a -lay. :S. I I. I I.upfer. Ce'e I Jewelry, : i '
|(1 I kercliiof! Ivi/.a.. nt tli; toie' )'oo.1eaitil va- I ha- bad no .bettor advert! : i iscment th.i i Ci 0.. J.J Wade 'l'in'lst'i'V.. A. Smith.1 tie) board I make :'n uppi;' opr'ation' ;o north the money.t_ _f _ J"
:Mrllutton i :.nd :Iii.: ':.ij Kuber- ,,'' by I the (; ''U"l'S liaidw.MV, stoiv! ithat /m\t"i:' ( by th<" 'gooil. v.omcn wjio'have Tin-, \Wenner-Sawyef \\'. ;M.i a-Mst in paying) the land to remain: | -- Sn'ring ..Wajnuuntnl
'on I I'liday; Aujri.''. t I INth., T1 "eds at the South Kloiida I-'air dutinjf the i Spongoale- nt. Tarpon "j
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(pj-oV ser\ed, the -t the ( I ) the I Hajghterof) public : Chap'i"lou Penke. W. I H.! :Makinson. Rev. W. B. :.
: son : / 1 !) ( ( day lla-t }
to :.fl'.l.ood
whole one
t i .N :
.will go( to 11'l caipet fuiK1.( I ,, and, I when tie! Citv t inc o action WH:; take'i.
Sowing Cnile i 1 last Tuesday W : - ii rv Witherspoon-. I.V.. Pillev (C. W.Inirin. .
"{; W'-slyan afternoon at their/ home Oil :Mabettc; j I I Handkerchief I: cakiam'wiche l i *, I ICiiiiiicil did, not it-\ '''>y clear, toj I I ; i (C. K: Vowell. :Mr.i Ieill.! of John/ K. Hi-on'.on., thiou,.!l. his agent" week _ _ _ .
, : J..m.mad'. ."ik-i-, I'an.bcs ;iii(! punchI linaiK irl I t to t tin- work. I II II the Casino has .lnni \1! Johii'lon. picscntcd I a let
The afternoon wus V j gn e "I'PO.t i donated( nit ndvert'sement / '
ntnv.'t. 1 will .. sit!- -.11 and (ter to the board 1 asking that} the boardtake :
I on : \ !
ay ,
I I 'img. I iinIi'i, -tilt ii that thy No.--666':
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:: pltasantly spent with\ dainty) ; fancy; woriet" arcnow ; to uppai ei'ch vi' hug, o'l I the action the cani'llitioii 'l
,1'ailic.s bavinj' ha !U"icb.-f- rm r-'comme'iilmg
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ninu-i'ul hUh'' i "IM\ :a-- the town a-king' f"i, -
(' work and '."\ .111) j inst t I ; ing i i ei-n." ..
of ., ,, '
l.n/aar jden's-: I. nv' at Co" : j -wellytore ) tax eertilicati1taii |::ii- (_ )
vo 'al selections were enioycd.Delicious Tin. I : I,-' hi i The 'Tbii !il prepared etpecUIly it
by day' : tl'o I 1'-.1 t I. i i propei'ty OV.-IHM iii S prescription
1', ) ivfr"shni"iit.) . < : 'hi'ibertand ) ) _. prop-rly wa- : old for ti;:".- 'In I stl7!I for MALARIA or CHILLS A FEVER. T,'
w ( cake were' se'\e d.| Those ;ipivtin -- ,, ( j in the POSTMASTER WILL BE ELAM BUYS 900 HEAD ,
un-tipation -tailing/ point' I and I bought i in by t thetate.( Five or lix doses will break any caie. andif
:III',. I Phann :MiOvtr 1 I )
weie: : for many scriou ( -. To l I""r Theamc proceduie, '\ .' folios ,idea I taken then a. a tonic the Fever will not ..
stieet, :Mr''. I Ingram Mi i : ilardiu-r; ,
!l11. Ruby Prevatt ;ilrtilyCaslei.),\, ( healthy, keep I the l I.- .utive and.regular. : SELECTED BY EXAM. h year thcieaf'.i ,r until the plop return. It act on the -iver better than
e" OF CATTLE IN COUNTY ei, I Iv \MItal(: tit otf the I';-\ !iiilK, "I'It'll Calomel and doe jot gripe or tickca. 25c ,
1'1I..II.f ( 'iin'. ( j
.I Helen Has*, :Myrtl" I I IIIOIIS'I111 I : :: lenuni-. ( .ill I Mr.! liioii-on I'lferd I to y.i

Ua., and :Mattie )Itelb.Harri\, -. I ucctinuilat!.- in the bo'.veand. put 'f.'iO) to the co'inty, and. ha\o: I t'':" l.i"du .
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:MRS. PI'HOSTESS.: [r'llI'' -t.'m in J piime] co'iditlon.. 1 I'li'O i I If jou i live at 01' I'1'' 11:i--...'iT',/ I (C. It. HI.mi;: "'. ho I i--. !I.--. : n "i- l.i, .-e" I .ton-d to t the t tax roll.' I if t the t tai \ .

I He.', :Sold; 1 |Iy ( )l-itola J Pharmacy.i ,ind!) I want t t to I lu, po-tm.i-t.T I i heie I i iI ii < f ...II''V C it.) .. ei! t ificati/ u 11CM, .i." !, il. \ 'an'
MrH.. :M. Pfann delightf iiI :, .-n i I'li.vr' i n col: i ( INI ;. 1'11f ( : ', ," to'the, :Sti.te; : Cctnifit' ( i oiler1Kb "i

: . ti'ituined, the nienibeiof, her l :S.inday; ; | ItKlllKL- -: ; B.\I'TISI'- - --CII- \I'EI.-- I voi ,r !h nee.. -I f .. ",i,, |.MIch.i-'d, ,) :tuft h. lii/ till- \.. ..,..1.f -- )l" I jielMnis 1 , a -i iL''iid 1 th"'I,1 t 1 I $1.35TAMPA

-chool I class Tuesday nft'-rnoon t' at ITT" The (I'nit.d!; : ( 'i,1'j ,I :; \ i, .c'i c- f ,,,,, :Soul;' 'ijpoi' !.! ( ,1,1'. lomjiaiiv.: \\ :S.; I Pearce( u ho, luis ft i"<''iiieiit| Iv :
home on Kmnx'tt" I .t ret.. The gne-t( I'innil-.1011 I! '' :announi-1 I tb-tt. oiij I""t" 'I lie .cattle t t wile I I'ipp' I picp.Matoi i t t v IIhiI'm | ''e-etlted" ,) 11 I lull i for I I loadolk,: I) I i lienUasiiiger '

brought. / thtiraiicy, work! undpent school( will be ut !l ::11):l> ::. Mi. :Sunday;' ? onacuount daj!: \'igvist '.'.".CI.! ;:'j] "'"'itt.' lion, will, t'le' ; again pii"ented' the<' bill )
the afternoon sewing t. :ind in socialconversation. ) of li.'ij'tism) of on1 of' tunnumber I I.." held at I I'! I Diun, Fla. as a u- at t :Si' th'1 ;-i-iu! on 'IK I ( ">Miianicd'| : I by a petition fiom, a

I Dainty refre-hm.-nt- at the First .chuiili at 11o'clock. I -lilt of whiib it expected) ,) to ma\e \Ved.u--day,, : and will I I b- Ion !led! for I number, (if citizenin, \ t thatvcti'in

of fruit cake candy and! a -alad Car- will be ::1 the .chapel) } 1 :in I' ce: titication to [fi'l' a i-oiitt'i.ipliited" \ it- shipment, to Houston;, T,'"," -, ometun. The boaid claim- t that the! work,. ua- AND RETURN .

course were served.!: Tho' ? present time to convey) tuib .is' would like togo ,icanccy in Ih} ,' position of fourth class I i .' todiiy:: I not ordi'red and I again refused pay '.

,. were: Mr. Kagsdole, :Mrs. (Overstreet. up to the baptism.: l'i! ..aching at I ',,-( ntzister at Hatsenger and othervacancii's ment.
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Mrs. Roberson. Mrs. Dutton :Miss-, ? ::11I: () p. in. by the pastor. Subject of I ::s they may occur nt that i J. S. Stration, of (the school board Tuesday Aug. 1 15th

,. Ruby Prvatt Ethel Roberson, (Gladys ''M''mon. "Are ii.,'"i.- Any YO"I g Women office, unle,,s it shall !1': decided! in the BUILDING ADDITIONTO aPfn-ari-il .before the board and asked ,
Casler, Nettle Newton (Gertrude; Mc- j i in I Hell I I ?" I Prayer meetings i on interests of the service to till the vacancy that I the road l to the )Kinney Point i

CarRon and :Mattie Hello Harris. Wednesday'' evcninfrs" ut 7 ::30.! Come l by rln talem..nt.. Th6 compensation I'I-c-hool, about one mile. from the mam ')'
Miss Ruby Prevail will be hostess I and worship with us. of the postmaster. at this I 'ioad I be graded I by the county gang1. Special Train leave Kissimmee ;
PRIMARY SCHOOL He statedthat t the school. boaru, and l'
nt her in Em- k.
next Tuesday office was $:L'07! for the )last fiscal
.., jnelte street. SERVIUES-METIIOIlsT: ('IIt'lt'liSutjet yen. ( hhe peopleliving in that section would 8:25 ..XX1. '
> giub the road if the county board

MISSIONARY::-. SOCIETY. I at themorning hour "0ther Age of limit the ,examination 21 year? and,! with over the on! exception the- I I Contractor prank Has..nd n forceof ''would,. order it g,'ud,1.anti on'ered The l boa rdgrrttcdth.request j VIA .

Sheep I Have." Suject in the evening that in a Stal where women men began work this week a Captain
: Mrs. M. Tiller and Mrs. R. M. "The After declared statute lo be of full, upon Farirter to grade the rord whenI I
Day the War. The are" hy one room addition to thv I
Evans entertained the Members.. of I I nations of the earth p.rc being/ "e 1"1('.,. for all purposes at 18 year>, wo- .school huilduig. The new room primary will ever work it will was be put done'into before londitum.the This Atlantic Coast Line[

the Missionary Society of th' Melho- born. The most momentous questions| I I IS"years of :'J;: feet in dimensions and school oponingif i'

dist church und a number of friends :' and problems, the world has ever the examination v :ill he admitted. i| will help; to relieve the crowded con- ( the as the road I' underwater Standard Railroad of the Sooth
in its " .nt condition
very charmingly Friday aflernoon at'i faced are before it now :and will be Applicants must rcsid" within the dition of the ,,''hool. I" ( dUI'IIIg'1w |
the home of the former. Social conversation greater.( What part )has God; assign-'d .I territory supplied by the postoffice I - -- and a pleasing program occupied II America and the Christian church in for which: the examination announced. Teething babies always have a hard

'. the i.ttention of the !guests. I the aftermath. The pastor: gives youa I'time of it \\ hen this process occurs in -- --

These' numbers were: Piano number.Miss [ cordial invitation to hear what he The examination is open to all .citizens : hot weather.
They not have
Katheryie Tiller; rending, Miss 'has to Fay on this. of the United States who can only to .
: Lois Overstrcot; piano numbers, Miss I comply with the requirements. contend with painful gums but the "
F h.
. O'Berry; reading Mrs. J.. L. Over- nESo'LlJTIO S. Application forms and full information -I stomach is disordered, bowels loose ,pp as ion :;t :

4' atreet. I j concerning; the requirements of and the body uncomfortable. The 1' 'w, 1 .

I Closing the afternoon, delicious refreshments Wh.rens, God in His infinite wisdom -: the examination can be secured from best help can give the little sufferer i\( and '
of and. assorted Fancy r- }
punch has called to HimsalfTtho spiritof I the postmaster at Bassenjrcr or from .
,i home made cokes were served our beloved sisteJ/Lori da Lattn, the U. S. Civil Service Commission, Is McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It 1. .

The next tea will be held September 'the wife of our esteemed I Comrade Washington, D. C. corrects sour stomach. 009)3) and both demand the' ) t mtl 1. ';
7th, at the home of Mrs. A. Cot- ,Latta therefore Applications should be \.r'f1' )
be itResolved. properlyexecuted quiets the bowelS end helps diges sports dress and ' I ..%"_...
J terman on Mnbette. street, when Mrs. that we the members of and filed with the Commission tion. Price' 2c:; and oOc. ,[ .., ,
Cotterman. 111. .". A. A. Clark and :Mrs. the General Sedgi': wick Circle. I.ndies Washington at least t evln days before 'I per "t the cool love-line"* '. ," "' .
will! be hostesses. '' Sold by (Oscvola) Pharmacy.. I \ '""
; Swope of the ( ;i. A. It., extend to Comrade the date of the ( '
of the, nfti ,
mooncntun.f < rl
;\, "LlTILE SUNBEAMS.Mrs. ; i Lattu our i inc'jrestyr.ipathy and, otherwise) it may he ''xamination'I'I.:..* .> .:. .::-.,. ;;:.-#- .:. .:. .> .::.-:: .:. .> : "1'. :
R. commend I him i I to 1 Him I that "doeth :il! '\amine the applicantA -. r I Nowhere' jl.- V.

*.-, S. E. Gardicr; and. :Mi's- Ethel i things]h'-olv'd.well." fin I t her, t thi't a copy l of child'-that)hfr*; intesti-ial- -:; woi' r.ihandle.Dpi :'' 4:;: CAMPHKU.: ** 1 I I ., :' i II' --uch modelso '/ .' ,' ''I \

Gilbert entertained, )I., iivi.iKtr-. of the.-e rc.-olution- be ."111 I. Conuade' .- : i : il I i in it jr i'o\\lh.t .\ f-\v i ilo -:- t / t', ablyhown atlK' :In d. \ I I'I'

tl.e Little Sun,,, ;' ams, of the." at Hipti-t the I Latta and, n copy be fUII1I.llt'd I t InKisiininec > of WHITE'S: :; CIJKAM VKKMfVL' : .:. .:. .:. .:. .:. .:. .:. ':0 .:. .:. .:. .:. .:. .:. .:. '4 ,

church home of T\I the(> laafl1110'&1:11 ,'" on Park, sfeet.The Vail-y ( ;i-/.iMi-, t for publication < ; l E: de-troys and( expels wi>ins; |I i \\\
: and al-o I bat they Suninier'j
bepreid) 'I'
Ik l :he Nil-- (Ola (Campbell left Saturday \
littles fc enioyid j o-i 'upon I the minute- of t the Circle. the ciM.l" immi diately. improves, andlnies I
; lawn after which dainty re.'r.-hm-'iits :.Mary Tale, FianceVan] I Dn-cr.) :Mam i wond! 'irfully., Pi, i ice, :!.",c ?'iorbottle. for Wolf Cieek' wheiehe. will I teaili! 'u h /
of 'nkl'111.1 nut* weieiM,-\ -d.. till'f, I (Cieek i '.dwol.Hd.I' ''
punch ( '
\ ( o'-nti.'; Hiiinet i V.iil. ( Oiitiitittt.if . :Sold; I by i D-ceol.i)) I Phaimcy., I I \ 'III \ ,
Those piescnfl. were" E\.I: " : ,it/ ilion.-on! mmd 1 lu-ic fi ,rnJ.ougliliii I 'i McCallMi ; I. "

Lea 1 Hartsberir, Knoch, I llergbiig! I J II-- ; .Monda.\ ) / .j 1 I '..
it cool draft 1.1.1III; \ .
wala Falls. I Howard FallWil'.elini: yo': III a whin j 011 \I 11I-:;. IT\\ \ :; \l D. School opened" here :.Monday with I \ .. (t Jo'
II i iU
r na (Can.on, I irk"y> irid Lr.xeit.i I la--! file heated and get a stiff ,wl'k'n"" :2H pupils' eniolb'd with .Mrs.' Lottiellutt I \ r'f:1'f .
Carolyn Gri; ifiti. Stanley :- ..d Clifod! bunbaik 1 you will I be: looking for, 1 l'i i -1' riiiH' friendof :MiM'gda, : I I iiteiicber I I 1 :: Book of !, ,r''7'I

I Chapman, S. i K.: Gnr-l'ier;: ; Add Gilbert ; .something I that will 1 I eaM'lw pan.Fix ; : lelle ( !olt\vlli-t : I I i will I I lit' !gneied toleain ..NilSaiah, itoa land in i\'ed hen, I LjJ- -. J 'Iir. ,
her "
Jr., Froil I.uoi'tr' Jeii<-:'tte (Griffin ; : t of d""thbich I' eliroiicled >i. I Satuiday i to the bedsul-j of her daughter y.,1
Ella (i:'IT1eI.! .-..trice i, your mind on BAI.LAIIJ'SISS'OW III the :"ollov lug H <>in from the :\li..l.. : Kryunl.! I.

!Margaret and, Elizabeth: Waring, I k.l.n I I.r\I.Ml-.NT\ : and, <1 doil't, 'lie/ talked l How{ u.g i ( ; i,,','n ( Ky ) ( oin 'I': 'j We ale all glad to lea, ii that .II..". Fashions r.t
"Kollnv., I ing ii I ling'i '" Ill' I ilbv I I of a I Icomplii .1. .M .Iti -till ;
hike.Vili of I
(- Chapman Sarah I i out it 'it is the ",,'.l yalll is iittliiIilg.lis. //f" ,
Kalheiine i War, ation .of :1": a"1 '.. :\1\: !;.III'1: I I :\ K. I 1C.: Drown, KissimmeeI _
1 Wilson F.lon: Tnier I pain it'It'\! Jug liniment yHi can j;etlanywheie. lene! ( ;twall.! '., wifof Mr John: : a (Now( ) (ON: I SAlt:: > .:::- ,.- ,-
Wilson Saturday.Frank
Gladys Calkins, 1 lleibnt '
ing I'nce ::2.-,.., 5lc( and I COI (liottwallidied; I
$1 ; at H o'clock Siinil .
Minkie Gaulner; 1' Welch.] (Grace; ly ISr.\ant: of I Haine:, City visited MART SPORTS ( OSIl'ME' -- aid IK.uhclclll "ItCjII/ rjltern Ho 7397 M."olhl,
I hl'.II... Sold I b- ( ) J Pharmacy. molding' iit ;her :liome t IVbiliohl.The : his In, other : Hryant'!
4 Gilbert :Mauiine I Hann) Et he'l (Gilbert; (per s.'eoa J. M. ) h.-ry Me Call/ fjlterni Not 7287 7Z93 mint i "" *"""' due" *' "' 01", Patter.
Mrs. Gardner and! :Mr .. Gilb-'i't.i death"' : of :.Mis. < ;lottw :' ]111-, whil- S u iii a y. other new do",.. for Log,it! >'oi4 (r I'll 'o many Counter

I not llllepiited( lines ls, il deep'' -tlock I John ollms.., .Jr., vi i ited his'II' ;
I - - i .i bintshuh can lie l':"i ily ...IIIt.d i out at li'ime.,, With, :Mc'll. ( : Pat-
LE.tUESl: ; ) ( \ L. I I"MiKS I.* .:. .:. .; .:. .:. .:: :; > .> .; .:: .:. .:. .;. .:. to 1 l'er( f."lIly: and nianv friend.-1." :II..i. | .\I "' N. I H.! Howard' at )Loughman a bin. the -..""Ie't -tylc- can be y' in "a.lly"d: at little, expense.A. .
( ;iiiltwalhs! was: one of the cit> 's be-,1 few day' last week.
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Hek-ii Jon's ntert.inM'I I : -:.* .> Known! and i.iost. b"l. "'('\-tMl v/omen. She I I,1''s.. K. V. Lamer and W. K. Lamer -

members of the S-nior I Lc-'iruu .ind h"j j-: :Nl'ossFE.) :; : was boi n at I Dovr) Ind 7ti; jvars ago, weie Kissimmee visitors.' :Mo' S. GILBERTKISSIMMEE S
P.c. a'xl wtis mart led in that city Ocl. 2.r!!>, day.
Tuv.-da1 evening
the few "Bungalow.fricndH .t" Uurin,.;;: the "'" "'III1g' .:.. .:. ... .:. .:. .:. .:. -:- .:. .:. .:. .:. .:. .:. .:' .:. I IH.Mi.! I In I 1X72:! Mr.l and :\11" ;. Gotttaiillis -. ------ I FLORIDA

the following w:- s n ido.-ed; : I located at )Howling (;rt'en and I IHaStd
program ,
.: L-ince i A
has reside I here.Mrs. POPULAR VERDICT
., "Vocal :.010, :Miss l Helen. H\: .:'; iiuhng.Mr J. H. I llous-r ..i-i-i, ; a bp in." trip, I :(;
iotlwallis of
was a
:. Fripp; in'rui.ifiit:1olo, : MiAdah -- to St. (Cloud Tue.d! I: y. most lovable. character woman and drew a ':-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-><-<-'.-:-:-:+:...:... .. .
Waf-ner. He,'. I II.! II. ; held
services in
Guy the I j
After ti! pro-rai.i, a very inteieting Haptist church;, ? ,,". night!/ from I II I about her a large circle of friends.As on Kvidence of KisHiinmcePeople. . .
('ontef1t'n,; enjt."fd in which Thursday ni ight until S\:. I a wife and mother, she' was. devoted .
: /lY morning
1 her husband and childrenand Classified
II to
each guestva.. .; given;. :i .mmber of at eleven o' 'In..k. I Advertiscmcntsi;
1 her loss is a deep blow to_ the (;Jrateful thousands tell it-
4UotationB to give lh r author av': ti"! :M. L. Tim"ll'as! ] a Kis.'imiieo, visitor .
piece from which each cnine. :Miss on :Monday. family."Besides Of weak backs made strong

'arah' Clark wai. the lucky person.. G.; F. I'arke'r. wife nd daughter, I her husband, ..she, leavesthree Of weuk kidneys made well- o..ooooooooooooooooooo- -- .
Mrs. Kate .
daughlers: Zeigler
:Mrs.. Fripp Urinary disorders. corrected.
Those present were: Miss Hek'.i Jones of Ki"siinmcc, visited
Mrs. Ben Davis) and Miss Elizabeth Kissimmee add their FOR RENT-Six room modern cot- WANTED To .
: Mrs. Bratton. !Misses Alberta lIopson.Ceeelia Nurcoossoe on Wednerdav.: Miss people .. buy a milk cow.342tpd .
OverBtr, Rutb aaci Parah Helen will open the Narcoossee. I Gottwallig of this city, and two sons, mony. tage, close in; $12 per month. E. Phone :!H2.
I Frank Gottwalhs of Sara&ota Fla.
Nina Bratton They praise Doan's Kidney Pills.
Clark Adah Wagner, school
: Monday, AuguSt 24th. We John E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur-
{ and Gottwallis of
:Mabel Overstreet, Gl.ioys ('""Icr, <;er- wish: her succcsc.: Mulberry, Kissimmee evidence is now com DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M.

trude McCarnon. Carolyn Friop. Helen Mr. McLano: and :M. P. Tinoall; Florida.funeral plete.Kissimmee. ance. 104 Possiel Ave. (The Inn). Tiller. .4.-
The will be conducted
Baas Mattie B lie Hr-rrir,,,: Misora.: so Plant Tindn"!, of Hrart Lake, al'l by testimony is confirmed.
Prator Gilbert! ," William Arnold, tended churc! here Sundiy. ,' Rev. Father Catholic T. J. Hayes, from St. Joseph's Reports of early relief substantiated. FOR SALE Oft TrtADE for horse and START AT TilE TOP-In pure bred

I: Bradley Harrin A. T. Womack, D. G. Lanier brothers, rctu' ned Tuesday I church with Requiem wagon, one :2 cy. Buick In good : Durocs with a high class sow or

Wagner, W. B. Harris? Rev. S. W. from a short A 'sit tj Frost Proof. morning.High Mass/The, at interment nine o'clock will Tuesday be in Merit doubly proved by test of condition good tires; must sell or gilt bred to a Grand Championboar

Lawler, Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Weaver. Mrs. M. L. THdi: 11 was in St. Cloud time. to farrow
. . Wednesday shopping and viiting St. Joseph's cemetery.ADVERTISED Let a Kissimmee citizen speak.J. trade at nce. A. M. Jones, P. O. ; in September or I

PRISCILLA CLUB. friends. LETTERS. E. Bass Jr., Bermuda avenue., Box 221 Kissimmee. 7tt October the first litter will put you ,'

Joel Tyson, of Achton, attended Kiisimmee, says: "I suffered from on "velvet." Mandaly Farms, Box A,

The Priccilla Embroidery Club was church here Sunday. Advertised letters for the two kidney trouble for seveial years and STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE Middleburg, FIe. 33-4t
'pleasantly entertained last Saturday weeks had a lame and "Sching: back. Doan's < ot r
ending August 21st 1916 ,
afternoon, by Mro. A. Cotterman at J\jUTIt E FOR BIUS. Browls, S. C.: Byrd Otis, Byals: Kidney Pills 'rid me of kidney trouble Strong, intelligent, gentle, excellent -

her home on Mabette in ctreet.doing The needlework af- Notice 1 I. hereby jtfven that thX W. S.; Bright, Walter; Clark; EthelM. and backache." (Statement given condition. Money refunded if* no WANTED-General clerical positionby D

. 2 rnoon wcs spent Council will mefet! on Sept.' 6th at 7:30p. : ; Johnson, Mamie; Johnson Miss February 22, 1911.) singlj man, ago 33; at present yr.J
and In social conversation. an. to receive bIde for wood contract I Miilie! Mack Monetta Miller[ OVER THREE YEARS LATER, colt. 422 West Oak street. 6tf )
; & employed by United
1 //Those present' were: Mrs A. E. for LIthlValer 1'lanlB.. Said con- I Blair Mibs ; Mr. Bass said: "Since using DoaR'sKidney I States Steel "j .
Miss Jes- tract running for on year.I'ttrttm Thompson, Agnes; Thom- LOST OR Corporation fair : ;$
.. II Walter, Mrs. Robert Glover, blddlnK must .tte price per Ofl, Lucy: Wright. Mrs. Jo pehlne.f' Pills, I have never had a STOLEN-Three Shetla'idponies education includ-
.to Boston Mrs. G. M. Hammock Mrs. cord.: figured at full measure. and aUo r B. B. SIMPSON, Pootmaster. symptom of kidney trouble." ; red and white spotted ing business education, ten years
D. S. Marlu, Mrs. H. D. GIger. Mrs.Si prl'ce In bulk. per month' or year for Price 50c t't11 dealers. Don't simply marc experience, ;

{ .'- 3 Bonders. Mrs. M, I. Stout, Mrs. amount sufficient sufficient bond to will run be plant.A required. for Tb* QoWM That DIn IM Affect TH ..... ask for a kidney remedy-get and colt and iron ray mare. Suit work. typewriting, bookkeeping -

.3. ,.D: .J.ffor4 Mn. IL N. Bratthn faithful I performance of contract BCC..... of Ita toale and laxative rflect. LAJCATIVB Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that able reward for Salary no special object ,4l' t
MrL :W. F.. -Parker. Mrs. K. ,M. Skln-, .The Council reserves the\ right tore4ect BROMO OUININJ81. betterthaa ordiaarv Mr. Bass has twice publicly recom- return of ponies or as wish to locate in Kissimmee. '
; any or all bid a. \, OulBlne aaa does not cause Bervouaneenor information that will lead (
4 t iIler."M E. H. Fennell Mrs. F. A. Thla 11th day of August;.. A. I'). un. ftttfiog In bead. Bemember the lull name and mended. FosteY-Milburn Co., Props., to their Clerk care Board of Trade Kls-. .1

: .:8ouder.: MrsIIA..COltOfls, 1In..J.,. Z. H-4t J. R. Clerk. took h the Icnalnn ol B. W. oaov" ti*. Buffalo, N. Y.- Adv. discovery. .J. W. Miller. 33tf ,immee, Fla. 33-3t-pd .

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