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 25, 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: VID00765
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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TAKE ARRANGE PART FOR IN THAT EXHIBIT.PLACE TO 9 Opponents of Creation of Special Road and Bridge District

No. 2 May Even Go As Far As U. S. Supreme Court If '4
Every man in Kissimmee' who l Is I .

,: "Between Seasons" Growing i annual interested Osceola in the County success Fair of, tho whetherhe first Attendance Marks SessionOf Many Citizens Object to New System There Is+ 'Any Way UrGet Their Case Before Its(\!

and is a stockholder or not and wKoth-. Odd Fellows and for Water Charges Pont: Decided the In- .
Shorter for Vegetable er he is a member of the Board of -Every Against

Fruit Men of the StateUST..SEASONS'BIG I Trade a big motor or not trip, is to requested St. Cloud to tonight.The join in. Rebekah Orders Devised By, Council tervenors By Lower Court.

trip will start in time for all 1
ito reach St. Cloud and attend the' \ .
ONE meeting of the Board of Trade of that CHAIRMAN WOULD MERGE( ( THEM JUDGE MURPHY GIVES VIEWS Judge James W. Perkins, of the Circuit Court, rendered a decision: thU'' y\\
!' which begins at 7:30 o'clock. It .
city week in tie bond contest cue, ruing in favor of the validation of tko $250-
{lis hoped that a large crowd will make I 000 bond issue and the creation of Special Road and Bride District No. Z yt
of Fruits and Vegetables the trip in order that enthusiasm may Special District Deputy Wicoff, of Orlando -II Quote Ordinance in 'Forc at DeLand
Shipments mark the efforts of the fair committee. in. Osceola county. News of the decision was received Thursday by John t k
i I Greeted With Applause Substitute With Few Chances
Can and it Is Estimated as a
43,986 I S. Cadet), .attorney for the Board of County Commissioners, in 'a telegram;
the Coming Year The for the fair will be fully When He Expresses With and Suggests That Water t
I plan from Attorney L. C. Massey, of Orlando, who was associated in the cat iN
Will Equal, if Not Exceed discussed with the St. Cloud Board of That Two Should Be Users Attend Next Council I with him. fit
jTrada members and it is hoped that Consolidated.That Meeting.\' .
Record. I
{the Wonder City will decide'to to take f I The message from Attorney MasI i
,part in the fair financially and 'other- the the When the council meets for its I sey, while it did not give tho subject
day come
will be oneof may of
That the coming year wise. : f FIFTEEN MORE CARS matter Judge Perkins' decision
prosperity for the growers of Florida There will be no meeting of the Odd Follows -and Rebekah lodges will regular monthly session on the eve- I stated that he had ruled against the
is predicted by those who makea Kissimmee Board of Trade tonight on be merged, into one organization was ning of September 6th, there will Intervenors on every point raised. S
study of crop conditions. 'account of the trip to St. Cloud but the wish expressed .by Special District likely be a large crowd cf citizens I OF CATTLE SHIPPED The opponents of the bond issue,
It is a remarkable fact that the the local organization will hold a Deputy P. B. Wicoff /gr nd mas- present. This attendance will result, through their attorneys, raised some
"between seftBons" jn Florida are meeting on next Monday night at ter of Orlando Lodge, in an address according to present indications, from thirty or forty objections and tho fact '
growing shorter und shorter. Hy be- 7:30: o'clock at the city council cham made at the district mooting _held life apparent dissatisfaction with '-heproposed 'I, that Judge! Perkins ruled against 't
tween season is meant .that time ber. At this meeting plans will he here last Friday. A large attendance water meter ordinance. B. LESTER, OF MONTGJOMERY, |. every point is a good omen in the
the spring vegetables, cantaloupe within the few etorm of BUYS STOCK FROM SOUTH. opinion of attorneys who representthe
whist made for the winter season and every of enthusiastic members featured the past days a
and melon shipments end and member is. urged to attend. district meeting of the: Odd Fellows disapproval has been voicing itself TORT CATTLE COMPANY AND county 1I
the fall vegetable and berry ship- and also of the auxiliary lodge, the wherever water users have gathered.The PAT JOHNSTON AND SHIPSTHEM The case was heard hero lost week, 1I
ments begin. The past season, mall- Rebekahs. Fully one hundred guests main point o' attack is the deposit TO RANCH AT ALVIN, evidence being taken at the Osceola
on shipments continued until about S \\LtETTE TWINS DIE were entertained by tho local lodg-s.: required from water users asa TEXAS. co-inty court house. The argumentswere
the last week in July, and in a few Begilningthe ceremonies a pub- guarantee of payment: of'water heard by Judge Perkins at De-
of the state vegetables are of cattle from Kissimmee Land last and his decision
sections lic meeting was held at the Frater- bills. Shipments Saturday
now being planted, which will be WITHIN SINGLE WEEKRelatives nity Hall from 4 o'clock to 6, when Judge T. M. Murphy, of the county continue with regularity. Today was rendered d1.ringthe present
ready for the market in about sixty i speeches and' impromptu talks for court, who owns connacrabl! property I fifteen car loads were shipped to Alvin week.
.days. "the good of the order" were made. in the .ity and is an extensive! user! , Texas, by B. F. Lester, of Montgomery The intervenors, or thoso opposedto
The total shipment of mixed vegetables Jokes and witticisms were frequentand Qf water, is one of the opponents of I Alabama. Mr. Lester, who the bond issue, are tho Consolidated -
which includes cabbage, pep- and friends o? Mr. and through the afternoon the' fra- the water meter ordinance and he I has been an extensive purchaser of Land Company, the Security
pers, beans, eggplant, cauliflower and Mrs. Isham Sallctto arc called on to ternal spirit!! was greatly in evidence. urges others opposed to the measureto cattle In Osceola county, bought these Investment Company, largo owners of
cucumbers was 3,044 cars; lettuce mourn tho Ions of their twins, a boy The opening number of the meet with t' e council on September cattle from the Southport Cattle land of Osceola county, mostly in the y
shipments. 2,1205 cars; tomatoes, 0- and a girl\ \, ag d six monthc who were was a concert by the Kissimmee pro-- 5th and join him in voicing the Company and Pat Johnston. prairie section, und Jame. M. Johnston
V 426 cars; celery, 3,599 cars; potatoes, buried, one on August 12th, find,the gram Concert Band, when: selection protest against its passage with power of attorney for R.
1.434 cars, making the total carlot other one a week later. proved to be a hit with the visitors Judge Murphy declares \that\ the or- E. Willis, R. V. Phillips and W. H. r
shipment of vegetables out of the Mrs.. Sallette came up from her who demonstrated their dinance as now drawn up will work a I BAND BOYS TO GIVE Wilhite, residents of the southern 's
state last season 16,708-cars. i home in Okeechobee for a visit to. her by hearty applause, and appreciation who hardship and 'njustice upon water part of tho county.
The melon movement was 2.707 many relatives ill end around Kissim- Attorneys representing the two
nun.ber of selections
99 fltrawkrries mee. While here her babies were requested a as users.What BIG MINSTREL SHOW land ,
cars; cantaloupes, cars; the program continued. | right has the city, asked companies both of which have
402 cars; pineapples, 636 cars; stricken with the dMaded cholera in- Special District Deputy P. B. Wi- Judge Murphy, "to create n pcrp-ptual headquarters in Jacksonville, are
oranges 17,836 cars, and grapefruit, fantum. One coon passed away and coff. grand master 'of tho Orlando fund such as this deposit provision E. J. L'Englo and W. H. Baker of that
5,598 cars, making the total shipmentof ''was buried as stated above,' the other Lodge No. 12, called the meeting to will-bring about T I expect to live FINE PROGRAM OF MUSIC AND city. Johnson Garrett, of Kissim 'it AJfl
fruit out of live state last season following in lust one wer-k. order' and after a glowing tribute to here the remainder of my natural life COMEDY ARRANGED AND REHEARSALS mee, represent Mr. Johnson and the
27,278 cars, or a total movement of All that faithful nursing and medi the band he introduced Mayor May, tinvo. I expect to be m water uccr all PROMISE A SURPRISE men for whom he appears.It .
vegetable sand fruit of 43,986 cars. cal skill could -do were in vain: It' who made a nea little speech welcoming that time This means that my mon FOR TilE PUBLICWILLBE was recognized when the case) vkk
Ft is estimated that the acreage in was God's set time for them'' to eo, the visitors to tho city. He ey will be tied up in tho hands of the GIVEN AT GRAYSTONE CA- was begun that whatever tho result
vegetables throughout the entire and nothing could prevent 4t. 'The closed' by saying, "Kissimmee is city for all those years and, that I will. SINO, FRIDAY. SEPT. 1ST. might be in the lower court, the. mat-
state will be increased over the past little bodies rest in Rose Hill cem- yours while you"arc here and don't be obilged to pay my water bills just 1 ter would be c'.rriod to the Supreme
season fully 10 to 15 per cent. Not etery to await the day of the.rt! urrectoln W in a huTY'to leave." Mayor May'the same Arrangements are now complet Court of Florida. Action in this regard -
!' only will there be substantial in. j i God makes no mistakes. It also. represented tin>> local lodge in. his i i "I do not object to the meter plan for the big minstrel'show to be given is..expected on the part of the
Crease but crops will be put in the 'I was His will. We should submit.w1th.Tout -, remarks. I in itself, but r do object to. this de.aitarrangement members of the KlselmmeeaConcert fnterventors' attorneys within the ''I r "
'ground earlier and Florida will ship a murmur. 1 Mrs. Mary -Summers was introduced -I I In its present form. Band at the Graystone Ca. next few days.
vegetables for about nine months out i iof The loved on .s; especially the fd'th-i by Mr. Wicoff. Mrs. Summers 1 want to su;,,:est a subcUtut for the sino next Friday night, September 1. Charles L.; Gaines; general -sales ,
'the year. 'I er and mother, will feel the lonelinessof resentdd the Rebekah lodge of rep-this plan devised by the city coun il. I Tho boys have been working quiet agent for the Consolidated Land Company ,t.
The carlot movement of fruit will returning to their home without I city and voiced the pleasure of the have made a study of the plan in'op ly on the rehearsals for the minstrelfor was in the city today and stated of
be heavier as the citrus fruit crop I the e little ones, but there is One to members of this lodge in entertainingthe eration at DaLand, where tho water several weeks and those who have that the case might even bo car t.
probably will equal last season. There! take their place and He promises toke distinguished visitors.A ,plant is also municipally owned. This watched them pronounce the show to ried to the SuDreme Court of the .'
will be a larger acreage of pineapplesand I with them to tho end. reading .by "Brother" Skinner plan has been in operation for a num- be one of of the best local talent affair United States, if the State Supreme. I
melons planted.The I Funeral services for both were con- and a song by Tony Regero added a ber of years and according the in- <* ever arranged here. Court decides ugainst tho InteI'Yon'i
tomato acreage on the East ducted by Rev. J. J. Farmer of KIs- touch of humor to the at formation I have received has proveda Jim Woodall will be interlocutor. ors. Attorneys for tho into{ .non l t
Coast will be larger and with favorable i simmee, pastor of the Bethel Baptist this point. program success. There will be a chorus of fifteen and have laid ground f..r such an appeal !,
weather conditions shipments I(Mission In South Kissimmee. Splendid talks reviewing the workof I "The DeLand plan with a few an orchestra of ten pieces. Walter by claimingtho Epocial road and"' \!
should start earlier than last sea- the lodges were made bv D. G. changes wjll solve our problem and Bass and Jazbo, the Mysterious, will bridge district law usurps rights
WOOD CONTRACT WILL Boone, representing: Osceola LodgeNo. make the water rates fair and just to be the star end l men, whilo other guaranteed to the people by the Con 1.;,*
son.At the oresent time the citrus fruit 74; Brother Story, representingthe all. blackface artists will bo Bill Nelson, stitution of the United States. ..
crop is in good shape. In the truck- Eustis Lodge; Brother McDaniel, "The minimum charge at DeLand, Bob Johnson, Alphonso Cruz, Roscoe It is unlikely, however, that the f,
ing section growers are putting in representing Ocoee Lodge; John T. according to the water ordinance, a Roberson, Pratoi- Gilbert and Leroy case will go that far If the State Supreme
seed beds and in some sections trans COME UP ON SEPT 5 Dale, representing the Orlando copy of which I have secured through Lesley, Tony Regero and Jim Wood- Court upholds tho decision of
planting from seed beds into the Lodge No. 20; Mrs. Ethel Belle Ste- Judge James W. Perkins, of that city, all will sine the ballads and the Judge Perkins. As the Supreme ,I
fields. vens, representing the Rebekahs of is $10.00 per annum. TJ/ 'la varied, chorus in white face will be J. B. Wal- Court I. still in session it is expectedthat
Orlando Lodge No. 12; Mrs. Anna however, as follows: For residents, ker, A. E. Schweikart, Bert Wells\ a ruling will be obtained within
SCHOOLS TO Bids for furnishing wood fuel for i Glover, representing tho Rebekahs of houses and restaurants, $10.00; for W. G. Hankins. Guy Gardner, William the next sixty days.
the city electric.light and water plant Kissimmee, No. 42; address by Brother stores, banks, offices and shops, ach Arnold and Willie Sutton.
will be received at the next meetingof Morey, of Ontario, Canada. tenant, $8.00; churches (payable year- The boys promise some big surprises -
HOLD CONVENTIONThe the city council on the night of !I The heartiest applause of the afternoon ly in advance), $5.00; l livery stable I and the public is assured of a ASKS FLORIDA PRESS .!
September 5th. was accorded the chairman, :$15.00Vallowed j> ( 20,000 gallons per performance well worth tho money.
Bids will be received both on a flat P. B. Wicoff, when he voiced the wishto quarter)i for building purposes, pur
basis and upon a basis of -price per- see the day when the Rebekah and barrel of fifty gallons, 5 cents. BUILDING DIPPING TO SAVEJTS PAPER J
City Sunday School convention -I cord. The contract( is now held by I the -Odd Fellow lodges would be consolidate "The rules for payment of water ,
will be hold at the Methodist Cal Buckles at a price of $533.16 r into one great Odd Fellows bills are quoted as follows in the De-
church, Sunday, August 27th beginning month. According to City Clerk lodge.At Land ordinance: The paper Supply question is becoming ifs
at 2:30: p. m. The program follows -II the amount of wood used per fi o'clock the meeting was ad- 'All parties taking water from VAT AT STOCK PENS a serious one with the pub- .
: .month is estimated at 200 cords. journed and an elaborate banquet was the city will be required to have meters lishers of the United States and it is
1. The Importance of Being Progressive The city council will sit during the served in the rooms on the second and will be allowed the use of __ no longer a Question of price, but one
in Sunday School Work, lay! ,, floor of the building. 10,000 gallons per quarter. Full set- Work is progressing on the new of whether there will be sufficient I'
Rev. O. B. Falls. ; Following this pleasant: feature the tlment will bo made on the first day ,dipping vat which is bring built hear stock to meet the demfend., .
2. The Co-operation of Parents in the city tax rate before completing: !?degree staff of Orlando lodge No. 20 of January, April, July and Octoberin the Atlantic Cot st Line shippingpens President Oscar T. Conklin, of the "ji\
the Sunday School Work, by Prof. C. the work.TUCKER. 1 1I I exemplified the work of the Odd Fellows each year and excess water used I north of tho city. i Florida Press Association ,has sent V :.'
E. Yowell. I I in Thurman Hall, while the Re- over and 'above limit of 10,000 gallon This vat is being built by B. F. out the following letter to the members 4
3. The Importance of Keeping Up BRICK PLANT hekah degree staff of Orlando lodge per quarter will be charged for Lester, of Montgomery, Ala., who is of that organization : ..:
the Work in the Summer, by Prof.. R. No. 12 staged the beautiful initiatory and the amount added to tho rent for I a large buyer o. cattle in Osceola To the Members of the Florida Ifress A
M. Evans. work of that order in Fraternity Hall. the succeeding quarter at the rate of county, and E. D. Malloy, a prominent Association: ,'x.
+. 4. The Sunday School Program, by The district meeting closed with a 15 cents per thou/J nd. cattle raiser of this county. On account of tho very apparent inability -
Dr.. W. B. Witherspoon. AGAIN FACES DELAY joint reception at Fraternity .Hull, "This ordinance, I believe, can be The vat will be used f'r the dip- of the paper mills in every !
The speakers will be allowed ten when ice cream and cakes were' modified to suit our needs here in ping of cattle about to be shipped and part! of the count!'" to supply the demand I
minutes each in the opening of the ed members of the local Rebekah Kissimmee. The quarterly ,minimumrate will prove a great convenience both made upon them by publishers, f i
topics, and after the discussion of TUCKER-No. 5 lodge acting as hotesses. of $2.50 in advance relieves the to the owners and to others who will I feel it my duty to call your attention y
these topics by the leaders, a general The Tucker Brick Company has city of the deposit system, because be allowed\ the use of the vat at a to the rteceaaity of drastic effors r
a discussion will follow, in which the again been forced to postpone the Will Calyor left Wednesday for the water is paid for before It l is used, stated fee.TRUSTEE. to curtail consumption of white news-
speakers will be limited to two minutes date of opening its plant. This timea Tampico Mexico, to resume his posi- three months in advance, and there is
,, each, and continued at the pleasure car load of machinery has caused tion as engineer for the Standard no- necessity for any guarantee:; of pate A. M. P. A. has urged this ac E'tion
of hte convention. the delay. This car was lost in transit Dredging Company which is dredg- payment. Then, if the water user has, TAKES OVER on the part of the large publish
CHURCH and was finally located this week ing at the mouth of the Tampico riv- according his meter, used more era throughout the country, i-nd at a k'
i. BAPTIST SERVICES. in the yards of the railroad at Bal I er. lie returned to the United States than he U allowed under the mini- series of meetings held in Philadel 4
timore, whore. it had been taken in several l months ago when the Mexi- mum rule, he must pay for the excess FAMILY STORE STOCKThe phia this month the publishers of
l. of the First1Baptist I
Rev. o. B. Falls pastor cans became hostile to Americans bill End
error. It will now be rushed throughand water with his next unless that city followed the lead of those
church of this city, returned President J. Wade Tucker working in that section, but recently he pays by a certain; date, say the of New York and Chicago, in unanimously
from Coleman, Fla., on Thursday and that he hopes to have conditions have improved And the fifth or tenth of the month, his water stock of the Family Store was deciding to reduce the size of
'V I readiness to begin operation company ShOI'I,1 l l b? cut off and ho re- their papers. These men 'also agreedto
> i iiaT services next Sunday. All the i it. plant by September 15th. return to work. quird to pay a penalty before it is bankruptcy, after a mooting of the cut off all returns of unsold copies
.. members are urged to attend and vis- - - - -- _. _- - --_. again turned on. ..' creditors held at the oiffce of Attorneys 'making it so that the production will : +
Hors and strangers are cordially in- also Crawford A: Jarrell on Wednesday of the
1 he quarterly payment plan be reduced to the actual needs
.r:'vited. Come to the coolest church In save 'abor: in that the meter will be Referee Shackleford, of Tampa, public. It Is intended that this will
t 0\i th* city, where a warm welcome BAND TOGO TO ST. CLOUD TO read i.Aly once every thiee) months was present at the meeting and the be a saving of more than two hundred]
awaits YOI1.r instead of every month, as ts provid. company made an offer of twenty-five tons of white newspaper per week in
;."unday school at 9:45: a. m. Preach- ed by the dcpoeit plan. cents on the dollar, which the creditors the three cities named. +
..Jir at 11 a. m. Subiect, "God's Exetion needed to refused. Mr Lupfer was then to .
<< "Tho city councT.: money I fee it is therefore mw duty
.' 'from His Vineyard. Sub- CO. pay for the meters, it is claimed by named by the creditors as trustee urea all members of the Florida (Press
: 730 p. nx, "Preparation for BOOST FOR TOOL A FAIR some, and mast use the deposit funds and appraisers were-named as follows Association, more especially those

i ; Men.--0. B. Falls. .. for that purpose': I hay that the council -Fred Gilbert J. S. Cadel and G. W publishing daily papers, to begin at
SERVICES. should have found funds in some Persons. onoe to cut off returns of unsold copies 'cI.
: +CATHOLIC. CHURCH other manner for the purchase of and to reduce to the minimum I
Dwotion and-confession Saturday, There .will be .. concert at tke band stall tesjickt Taw .... willaccewpany these meters and should not require runabout Gen Bryan this purchased week. a new Ford complimentary papers and exchangesFrateranyyourn .- '

Maas the. deUfmiiea el fifteen twenty auto..LiIea which wii teSt users of water to pay for them la this ,
"- up.t 26th at 7i80 p. m. er f part of' the . -- OSCAR T. CONK N, r
t Sunday morning at 8:00 a. m. There. Clad. to atid a,...... .f' tW St a.... Bear .! TraM at.which water manner. They'fcome'a* equipment Jos a* muchas by payment of President Florida Press. Asa*n.
Cwill be a small first communion elan.B'JI .. local CMuaittM wifl .ptwsat the OceU Geary Fair prsassittssi uri: the boilers or tho water mains. Certainly sullen by the deposit "
any other the services. U will un- I..ek to eaJiat..the tU .f th.."..4iiGr/.pU .1st,maUif ft a ,.... sow the water vaers'should not be t those whoareopposed Claud Harper. Fired Bass. .Edgar
at mass.I Hammock
\nounced: called- up : I al.r. boiler neivwst mains. m* ia maldnfva protest to the council and. Walter Nelson mote to Orlando '
?,i f Chauneey, of Winter'Boyer Partg'.' prominent peat' TuessityIni. attorney -- I As BM.lieM4 JeUewher* craryeM,wh. CM.k )MTt.A. to Jeto..ia this ,- .*l a beliere new that or\AW matter.tin be at the Ine.Nngto be held on Septeia Wednesday to Orlando.Sanf .,

: hip'a.d help to mate >athasijs for the hi fair.' much more' .....u.factorilJ'&t bet 6th."' ord ,,baseball. game.' ". .; : $,,
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Washington I D. C.-Home (Irllrden-I tember, or October. In drills 15 to 18 '.
ors in many Ructions of the r inches apart at the rate of one ounce .
SESSION TO BE HELD IN STATE i' Southwest where crops have been ,: to 100 feet of ro'w.Vhen the plants FI.ORID.JIIA' SUFFERED FOR .-Suite' Supcrintenclent! I f .I.ItJ

METROPOLIS ON OCTOBER) 19AM gathered or arc now ncaring maturity !-', begin to crowd in the row they shouldbe EIGhT YEARS AND !SPENT Sheatfi has calleiV\, another examination ,

if, 21'0/ EXOOI'KAIJK: CATTLK need not reconcile themselves to thinned. The larger plants are HUNDREDS for state, ,,:,.dr.l and primary I ,'<
i RAISING: INDUSTRY IN I the existence! of bnrc or unf"rodudieIland selected first and the smaller 'or !later FOR :certificutoii) to be neUl at: I Land and I II ,.

4 THE; STATK.Jacksonville fro'm' now until ne-xt spring' nc- ones are thus given room to de MEDICINE. I Marianna beginning: September!. :20. :-'."
( to garden specialists ''of the velop. ----- This will be: the last examination until .......\<
1 J August 2J.-The moct- j U. S. Department of Agriculture "I suffered with indigestion and I the one to bo I I'-Id at the! clo...',' of I ;I;

ing of the Southeastern: Stock Ruis- i With judicious choice of crops und lot j SHARKS GET TilE BLAME.Viiihingtnn. : stomach trouble of the worst kind for the .F. K. A. at Arcadia. t v \'f t.,.
frs and the Florida Live Stock Asaoriation :-I (cations they may plant seeds from (, eight years! and Tanlac is the only I In order that teachers may haveno Wl/lTt TODAY _ _ 'AND SPECIAL [,,
t in Jacksonville October U!> I now until October!. or November irid I \ .-The I shark is blanvd.for I i medicine I have ever found that ever cxet'use for not qualifying by ,c- fOR CATALOGUES QUOTATIONS! ,J,.

f to :L'O! promJKCK to l he OIKof the most should, as a result, have fall, winter
important gatherings heM in the and spring vegetables. Tho& suece <:.- fish conniii.yion; is" advised that I man at Bcttes'. Pharmacy, Jackson Sept( Shoats has ji"en.ma1! >" op|>oi: i .
sUite in some time and will be marked 'I ful fall garden is a pos.-ibility the s-nrcity ..f the finny tribe at 1 praotirblly ville. Mr. Furman is a well-to-do farmer !''tunities for such examination this ,

by the opening. of th biff parkinu: ''Department garden specialists say, I )1I11 I Ih wharves aonp the \\ of Duval count .. I year. These examinations worn 1(1' I
plant of Armour & Company, who after -, with n arry nil vegetables grown in hii.tii: s"ut has i increased the pr'ee "This" trouble had such a hold on en both at Gainesville and DERBYSHIRE
of consideration hav? derided : I mile .'" lanc.s 100 cent me, continued Mr. Furman "I was
yearn ( 'spring und rummer, in practiciilly nil I per over see on June 20 ai.d August Does General Practice giving special
; that the state of Florida is des- i parts of the Southern States exceptin I tit I figure last summer.I;<>!>*. -if in- i'I just. simply in misery ell the: time and Those to be heLd in September will I attention, ; (to Obstetrics, and Disease of ,sWorn
tined to' become a real factor in the areas of hirh altitud'- and in the lislat;; this time of yea" is obtait'ii'' never knew what it was to bo able to accommodate all Florida teachers who I ,n.

I rattle ratainir industry. | more northerly portions of the region. from the Xew ..Iel'I'ey'cou..t.. and it is eat and enjoy my meals like other have postponed their examinationsuntil PAIACC: DRUG STOREKISSIMMre.
Special rates on all the railroad I In many -octions, nf the South < omaU in i this region t that scores of tlii nun people. My appetite was very poor that late date end those c-ominir: Office > :. fl*
Iin.s entering) Jacksonville 1 from Alntiama > plants have succumb! to the fating sea demons have been sighted.The and at times I I'oul<1 lOst fi>) liVe\ I I into th.2; .state who must qualify Phoor 18* Office Phone- IRrsideae

(;Ii'orjria mid South Carolina strain of high temperature': md dryjness. sharks it is I said have driven never would want another bite to eat I teaching by taking c'rtificaUs'in f01'1
: have been l mile plus' 35 cents for the round top.;) j I and continue to bear until fall, but in ''and trout away from the flsh'iiu lid would feel like there eras a big I Teachers end county superintendent I r 1

This m'equal to a little over ono and .others they will not HlrviA n -w grounds." lump of loud in it. should l give this matter as much' ALAN J. MacDONOUGH;
for the one fare, - "I could hardly ever. sleep more ,
one-half cent way crop should be pli which will lie an inducement to those .may he profitable to tiy)> the expcri'ment DOG (;lvEsLIFE FOR BABY. than two hours 11 night and was #o Registered Architect :

4 living) Jl Florida to attend the meeting of planting both in the open restless that I would just toss from AM: I) II Jo'S: ::11.\ HlU E D. TOO. I AN1) I
; as w..11II< for those living in the ground, where the plants arc to re- Animal Tries in Vain to Shield Her one side of the bed to the other and! ENGINEER
y above mentioned states to pay a visitto I main and in framer f r transplant From Onrushing Locomotive., when morning would come I would One of my exchanges asks : "Did ,
Florida. The railroad companieshave ing. The frames or beds should be just feel like I didn't c"reIo1Jetht'r\ I you ever try'to work with your typewriter BWONSON BLPG. KISS1MMEB., FLA. }
decided! 1 to place reduced rate .located in a relatively cool, shady Newark, N. J.-:Mary Williamson' ,got, up or not. I suffered. a rrcat deal on your lap ? I Iliel> you say' .
tickets on sale to all points in the place. The same plan of field and a two-year-old daughter of George E. from (constipation: too and all "work ?" I never did call I I that work. I "

stat-e from Jacksonville on October frame planting may I be used! for cabbage Williamson with her pet dog stl'ay..dIl'a I through the day 1 would feel droggy It's jes everyday straight amusemivitfer ''I
21 and 22, with a return limit to (October scedings. With this croo, prom- from her home in Flu twn. and no account."I me. I don't care under those: circumstances -I j I Joe E. Johnston t '

31 and it is expected a large; ising results have already been obtained N. J./ and toddled o'n to the tracks of spent hundreds of dollars trying how much overtime
,. number of land deckers will take ad- by planting several seeds ina the XJcrS<:')' Central railroad .is". I i'to find something that would do me crowd into the eight( hours. Nossir. I I "

_ vantage of these offerings after. the I hill and thinning' to one plant. If I the Flcmington express. rounded a some good and actually bought so Thopn, in ,1'Jilm .Beach !Post.r .
two day.' meeting. the' field planting should not survive curve. many different kinds of medicines: my -- CITY ENGINEER {
The fact that Florida is fast becoming I however, in some instances the grower :Mary's dog 'ook a stand in frontof | house looked. like n young drug store.
a .cattle sheep and hag raiding I it is pointed out is protected by her on the tracks and barked and 'Finally I decided to try Tanlac and -I
state is being published broadcast I[having on bend the 'rome- rown growled frantically at the onrur-hing I I want: to tell you right now I would O-S
throughout the United States I plants. Ordinarily the seed planted locomotive. Engineer Willicm Gari- not give\ one bottle of this modicine I trouble Surveying and t.

and considerable attention is being "(direct to the field will produce an ....urJi..r ty applied the emergency brnkcs, but for ever.thinJOebc\ rut together. To ..oJ ''D WILL CONVINCE! '
given this industry in th? adjoining crop than seed planted in a frameand could not stop in time. The child w.a" I tell you the truth can't bc-gin! DraftingS.U.BUROCK ,r"

k states to the north, -which will mean ; transplanted. flung aside and iied. a few minutes | to tell you juot I hov much good it has Gall Stones Cancer ana Ulcers of the

((5(5f' I an Influx of new blood and capital. Among the vegetables which maybe later in the train on the way to Ne- I done me, for I feel 1 liko:> a naw man I Stomach and Intestines ,AutoIntoxication -
The co-operation of every city, town nlanted practically any time dur- shanic. The doe was killed. land I believe my eight years: of suffering -
f' i l ar.d county In' the stat is urged to |ing the summer, with fair assurance is all r thing; of .he Yellow Jaundice Appendicitisand 'T,

make the meeting and celebration in |of success, are beans. Hush :squash' TilE AI>. AND TilE MAN. I "That heavy draggy feeling I had other fatal ailments result from I
15 Jacksonville a decided success as the may also he planted even in the hottest nil the time has. !I. ft tn-, nnd I haveniglie 1 Stomach Trouble. Thousands of (

i results will be beneficial to every section weather if they have not 1 been> He 1 saw the all.\ frn11 ,div tn day life and e: crgv than I Tuivf) had Stomach Sufferers their earnpiste II |
of the state. I i made a part of t the garden! at an earlier Anil! muttered : "I d-fv: it : i fdr( ,: a long ti ole. 1 lon't Iwe tint I I owe

On the first day of the celebration :season. With 1\1.\ .' beginning of Their 'tuff t ninv bo jii'-t what they sav, burning l sensation in mv stomach any I recovery toaYI'R: [ WontkrfujKemedy. I REAL ESTATE
announced that gigantic ) Iniorp either-in fact I never know Unlike f'r Stomach v l
it has been a Hut I I'm ot4ier
W for \between August practically the entire II-t of not going to buy i it. I \\ hat it is to suffer/ mo.with in any ............................. .
: barbecue will be prepared ul'dinary'l'K..tl11>Il'''' i is open to the Atll11 i <' wore on I he made remuiks any Ailment. For -nle by J. 7.; Kiherson
(! t 15,000 and 20,000 people at the bigpacking fall gardener for ('hn <'l'. Beets<, par.iii .- )It t would not do to mention, I.h g'stion.. I canjsit, ju .t .inyl'iing I Ivnnt I and druggists everywhere. INSURANCEExamination
: plant of Armour & Company ; PS, ('ii ii ots, c'l'I'ywect corn, riuliishes. I'oi, he \\.j-. nid: l>rrnu>-? that ad. \ atid 1 evervthinf 't''nis to nf rerjwith "
; on Talleyrand avenue at which some' i: ]lettuce t and 'p.) .::- may be planted I- "',, >. forced on hU attention. I m'.'. H.sioeI; I h: vc nicked. 1 np I of Titles ,\
it of the most prominent men in public at this time, many of them ;n.rops four pounds in "weigh.,: I \have only a
1 life in the South will address! thew! succession '.. at fl'NIU']" i interIvals. But in a wo"k or two or three, taken one !bottle. so far und it hit--
It L, present. Among those who will at- j Later i in the month and dUI i i rig I He/ said : "There's. no denying done! me ro r.iucl ,T''>od l I nii; f; t I'kl'P I Specialty.

tend are: Governor C. 11. Manning, i the early part. of September, )Kale The \\av that ad" gtts hold of me. on taki.ig it for nw'r.ilrlonger
of South Carolina ; Governor; Nat Harris ,I spinach. muntaril turnips, ('ci 11111'<),, ThetufT may be worth the trYII","' ." ;for I don't want t.) take a'iy, chAnreLof .
r1 of Georgia; and Governor Park I and parsley may also be planted. Purling For ju-t about n. fortnight more icy old trouble!. corainiiMrk. aLTiiin.: SAWMILLMACHINERY :'orresDondence: Solicited. i

.t Trammell; Governor Henderson of September onion sets I should In.I I lie I dared mere words to win him, I fJenuine; Tanlac is so'd' in Kissim'meo % --- .
) Alabama, being yet undecided as to I put out and! in krtober.t and even Inter And then the ad. completely had exclusively by J. Z. Kodvvson ; iiiSt. :

whether he can attend or not. Others I onion seeds may he planted for a Aroused. the spender in him. 'loud by Seminole Phtrmacv : .1.1Kenr.nsville Robert Riedel Co. > ,\
< : !
i who are well known throughout the spring by Phillips ltros.Adv.Qt'ELCHED. AND
ciop.Among :Next he
day drifted in
a rtore
and who will deliver addresses
state the of these latt NOVELTY WORKS
crops And quietly 1 : .
are of :th-?Dr.Florida W. F. Live Blackman Stock president Association plantings which; the Southern gardener | A few big iron dollars for House Bills/ a Specialty. All/ Interior Finish ; I
will lind available! for winter tis '
: ; E. M. Nighbcrt, of Atlanta; Dr. b-i-ets and the other root i I The stuff the a.> commended, I' Tl'a'h..r-"Boys. I am extreme! .Wriie For Prices And Window and Door From*., Window ,:
are crops. And foupd it filled ambitious to have attndI
Charles F. Dawson Dr. Logan, of a long-felt need. a and Door Screens
sueh as parsnips carrots and l hal Jts excellence s-urpri.sed 1 him. once here every day. Catalogue *!khon 216
Gainesville; Senator Duncan U. I I collards anil mustard. :Manj
'. Fletcher who will speak on "RUI'al'Credlts" spinach And now he's glad because the ad. ; Voice in the" 'Because lv Darlington Ave., Near Freight Depot "
; of Ihe he will find be
plants may carried So ambitious slew him'."
deftly hypnotized him. was they
z ; Senator N. P. Bryan Secretary by slight protection even into I --'- ___________________ !I'I
Houston James J. :Montague.:
t ; of Agriculture from nuite) cold weather without suffering/ I :Most of the fortunes made it .,

l d; Washington railroad and officials a number including of prominent S. damage. To the crop which will becarried MEAXIN: IMPLIED. dreams never materialize.Magnolia C. F. THRASHER ;'/,
; over for development: in theearly "
i ," Davie Warfi.jld, Fairfax Harrison spring should be added salsifyor SHEE7 METAL WORKER
) Charles B. Cappa, W. J. Harahan end Co-Ed student reciting: ,
which be
oyster plant planted -
J. H. Klrkland. may "Stormed at with shot and shell. Balm Metal Roof. Put on and '"
practically time during the
any Boldly they rode and well, Guaranteed
On the second day of the celebration
late summer or\ early fall.
several hundred Into the jaws of death-- U the Face Powder u.ed famous 'PHONE '
pure-blooded Liquid by 149-R
The following specific directions Into ", KISSIMMEE. FLA ,
bulls and heifers will be sold at exactly for fall planting of certain eeeda in i the mouth of .....utie.. If you have SranburnTan or MAXWELL --.-_ :
I cost to tho farmers'of the state. theSouth have been prepared by the instructor interrupting- Frec&le try jltagnolla 3)alm, It quickly t
, : I You -may skip over the next word and : .1
The sale will be conducted by the'opw' ( department's plant specialists. atop the burn and remove TanBlemithea. aDd r-
; DR.
Jacksonville 'continue. I daresay we're all W. W. CARSON
; rators of the Stock lieets-Beets: planted in'' the Southin per Makes 'your skin edt and
Yards Company and will be for the August and early September will fectly! familiar with Sherman's parody smooth. Easy to use and
of .
purpose of encouraging cattle raisingin 'produce a crop for late fall and eurljI war.I sure to please. .. '!

(_, the state.FLORIDA. I I winter ul e. Where hand cultivation I AUTFI'L. Three Colon: Office over 1'illey Building; ','
is to 1 lie givon, sow the seed Jin drill.11 .- While fink liote-ReJ.. ;, ( 'ifri.. .. llnunS. 12 J-5 .

E CITRUS I I to Iti; inches. apart and cu\er to tht She--That's :Miss i : Co-metu: --, the :?5c. at Druggbb or ly mod Jfrtcl ()fTlrr.q.! ... 'AdmliilHtfri-I'hnin151 J l It..ld."i.for ICxtrnctlon,. 'Phon.of. II '
of about inch. For horse .
depth one artint, \\'ho-l' PIl'tUI'l' just saw at : SAMPLE FREE T. -th
cultivation the} rows should be two ,
the ,tu say paints
SEMINAR OCTOBER : arid a half fee tapurt. As soon at- tifully. LYON MFG. CO.. '. sfc Your Grocer i
4OSo. SthSl.. BrooklnN.Y.
the plants sic well established, thin ,
: --Judging' by h-er Ion]lc< 'he must -- ;
tn"l1to stajul' two or three inches} be adept at it
I (; shallow culti- CEO. F. PARKER
l.r.incBville.The; Citruj Seminar aprrt. iv(41 frequent I
E wfll, be held at t1 e University of Florida -I \all(,". The beets may be left III the TIM Quinine That Does Not Affect Th. H idHecaattf NOI 14 ii"oIt IIII)". ATTItNyA'lIAWCollections f

c October 17 *.o 20 inclusive. This ground through the winter to be pull- of U* ionic ant laxative, effect. LAXA. :N..ih; i IK her I l.> iclvi-n hut th.
ed when wanted.Varieties TIVK BROMO QU1N1NK ill betterthan orctmao, '-"("("(. ii uill'}i DM I ft 1 1,1; .it 7 3'< and Conveyance. i
't'' will b.;! the ;;,ycnth annual mectirp of Qumln, and dot. not "...... n..rvo..n. DO' pin. to ice.'I 1\ .- 101.1. for WIMMi"ntrMifor ,
the citrus firit g'-awn-c; of the state. I recommended Crosby'sEgyptian ringing in head Ketnrmber the full name and I Llwht & \Vni. r I'liintH. SHI'.I contract C OflRSO FORMER Specialties!
Lectures will be by buthoi itieson Bassano: Early Eclipse and \nok "I' the iiKnalure of K. W. CKDVW. ".. i tIIlriirg fur m.' \ ur
o fjiv.i 1 ( .. 112 1-'
Blood: Turnip.'lurnipsL'urnip 'a it' tt t hlddill" itiuHt .111( iirinp -iot
citrus culture from the United
seed be sown '''''1'' I: rule I'IIII.I.'TIO\. ,I < ,(I. fi u,"'.- States Department Agriculture may l,, )I-" t I n hulk IM-P nn,'nth or \..I 111'. for
S from other: states fror.-i the State during the-latter part of August and iepa.te.,5 of the Ir'"r, I. S 1..1 j amount, BiiiT icient to I lOll i>lnn t.
: Plant Board and l from: Experiment through September and the hrst hall I ISCIce .1 d.I.e..sllic. Kl 1.. , ,\ HiifTtflfiit tioml jivill l ie iemlr.*d foifiilthf ,
I I ul performance <.r eon t rnrrThf
Station. Demonstrations will be arranged of October. wow turnip seed! thickly iniu.Hrrl I itjun.*i) r.-.*TV.-" the rich.t t< T. M. RIVERS. M. D. ,
in the 1 lz boratorics tf th- station -I in rows 15 to 18 inches apart and I .l '\ o. and exhibits of various-j when the plants reach a neignt of llth diiy i of AiiKtiHt. A. 1'. ]!>IT ; PHYSICIAN and
z' building N., ::41 -4t (' SURGEON 1
four five inches iet is )hen-liy liiv n that i J H illUHKKT. I-'rk.
or begin thinning, "
kinds illustrating insect or' fungus H'-lmlM-t of over Osceola Pharmacy
K Uotlu-hmnn.
"ri / diseases, cprrvying materialuid; machinery I using the young plants for greens. in ", 2k 1C1 12. tmide ilon'-. ,- J\J'I.It..: OK AI)MIMH'I: 'M tTHh< Protection that Protects l'hon Resitl.flCe l 62 \,
For good roots thin the plants to ICrilix, ;No. <>litr.7.: r.rV'. t ' 1"1 .
and other pha:%--. (,f the citrus \ < :Ni'; ; 4 For Final I>l rhrKrKlorldn. > Office It 8. I!.

:. k: I' jnduotry will bo r.rrnnged.IIHSHAKENJESTIMONY. about three inches apart in the row. Ta t of iiMhl. N\v.$|; L'l ami! S N\V'' :,,It'r: :Sx:'iE'K.. T'I; } I. ourS of ..u.....'. "C.le ..r
I Keep<< the land well cultivated to keep tft5s. M-rIiln )ian filed liCIt( ( I, of <>..<*r..t. ('...u.ll.I. .- ,
down the weeds and to leave the sur- ti-ntlon( to 0 niiikThl-...--year 1 l'i-4of. (I. ... KIUIIIIS t:
1 .'BI.-il.llHli f-lnlin] to tilt land) aI.-.. .111'1 \V. J. STEaD
i. face \loose and friable. In a small rr I'aale of Hkadrlolc M. I hnntller.Ntil
B.rlh.d. IIII ,efonth.- <"l-rU. ] I'n-iutt, '.. ,
; "letIM lnT 'bv Ktvt-n. to all wlio.n
garden cultivation with hand cultivator .... KRIBBS
f Floridit. n" Ito f.'h) It ,
cljiy I IKlorlilii Tiny i-ntu'i( III I that on th.2'llh) t( L Time is the test of truth. AndDean's is the most practicable. Turnips "r 10"01.1', UlJf :of t >t lot.,: r. A T> T'1 91{ I nhHJl P nf>plto > DAKIN AVENUE f fr
"I..lmnlll .
be left in the ground until naiiii.nJ "S "It II. o. S the Honoiahlt, Murphv.I I .iu'i lueof : : AT LAW
Kidney Pills have stood the may .iT,1CH, \\ lit..1.1. I",. of l lVVIlll.iin l..ei..Iimt n Rjitd "iNmrt, an Jutlec of I'roUntifor
I Jest. No resident who suffers hu.k.1 I I needed for the table, or may be pulled my I1I1A1IM'1 t ha rue HH Arlsiirisinsj.r KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I-rgttl r:
.. \Uu-he; annoying urinary ills ,I as soun as they aie mature, and stored N..IOIU' S Tol.ii. "r I.i I.")"")lito.'io., Klor- of' tinenfcate of Shnrtrtck ;M. ('.hlln'II" \.-.. of all kinds! gIven l'
or c-n remain ,
i I.l.< ,d I '<" iU ,,nl l that nt ths tl Fw
cellar buried banks ; Hnm rne
in a or in or promltllIention..
: unconvinced I by this twice-told\ .l.-u l it 11 i I'l vor. of 1. h, ,,
i I """ (iin.ln.( F1..1 t iii iirrnnt' I. Ra Id (onrt n v fluid ftcroiujtn .
: '-. testimony. pIt>!. The varieties of turnips" commonly Iia \rlmlnl..lrRlor of said511,15, Ofnc. ,, 11 I ,,,,"I| 12 MIni| | Hunk Bld.. f
t' f ;Mrs. A. Clemens, Illinois avenue, : grown in tho South are Purple FL.ll.1.1, I I I I I J i:,in.I i It. ..f KOHL;hvi.i n. and ;,**!< for thli* npnroxnl. pit KlbHiiiiiiiCf. Florida. ;
Top (Globe White Globe;) Seven 'lop, int'-l l April Sr.l. A 1' 191V. nV.
:::it. (Cloud Ffa., says: "Somo years Inrii-1T/ \\1"1.. I \ \ f'lIANPT-Rn.:
r- \ sago my kidneys became: affected and White Milan and Yellow Aberdeen.Collards. 'I aa-rt Hi "IMI'r -Iamo6mo A
:from that time on I pufferot( untold .-Collauls can be gi own in .:- Pat Johnston It
the name as outlined lot tur- -- > a. P. Oarrctt
fony. The la: t thy -!\rs it became way '
ao acute that at ti.m.i , I wa, i'ot able nips. :. JOHNSTON & GARRETT i
: ,to get out of 1><0<1. I had pains in my Kale.- Kale can be grown in the I i
: ''back headaches und di7.7.1 -cs. Some- open throughout the winter in practically Fruit Groves Threatened I C.W.GRIFFINStaple'aind : ATToIN EY-AT-LAW

S .r limes I was HO lame that I waKn'table all seasons of the South. Sow : Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizen Bank .
a to walk. I could not :i.toop over the need in September and Octoberin Protect Yours by Spraying Now I Building f. .

4 t very well and if I did, I couldn't getup drills 18 inches apart for hand cultivation FancyGROCERIES KI.Blmme... FI*. "..t. "
s again. My limbs were owollcn and 30 inches apart for horse ,

: some times to twice their natural sue. cultivation. As soon as the plants Rust mite and white fly are unusually -

"4. i :.' These sufferings made! me terribly reach a height of four or five inches prevalent in groves at this " .
arted r.nd doctors should be thinned. The ,
down- told
me they plants ,
time. Get rid of
r f' that I couldn't be helped. After finIshing pulled my be used for greens. The I these pests right I J. W. THOMPSON
several b xcs of )Donn's Kidney cultivation for kale should be the away. Delay means loss. Free *
Delivery to all Part
'' Pills 1 was in such good health I same as for turnips. FUNERAL DIRECTOR -

i, : that I was r.blj to do! my houseworkand Varieties recommended Dwarf The merits of Niagara Soluble Sd- / / mb") of the City K

felt bettor in every way." Curled Tall Scotch and Siberian. pbcr Compound for rust mite are well / andLICENSED
AT A LATER DATE Mrs. Clemna l
..' 3 < said: "I have no reason to change Spinach.-Spinach is one of the Known. Sc.hnarr' Imeeticide the y' j .- EMBALMER |

.. high opinion of Doan's Kidney' best crops grown for greens and guaranteed standard for white fly. ". n\\
ray Pill*. I can still endorse thorn and should be found in every garden. It / .. Store and Chapel Stewart Are.

: confirm the statement I gave praising can be grown in the open during the Grove owners who grow and / M. TILLER Klae4mme., Fla.W. ,
autumn and
in all sections
i them several years: ago. south of Norfolk Va) Sow the seed market clean, bright, well]) rounded : _
Price 60c iJk; 111 Don't sim- in-the latter part of August, in Sep- fruit have used th. se two insecti- ; 1 Real Estate B.
})Iy ask for a kidney romody-get ciJcs for 4 Agency. Crawford -JUeJf'jaJf*

Doan'. Kidney Pill*-the same that many years. I 7 1 ................................ CRAWFORD -,
::Air. Clemens ho twice publicly rec- 7
) ommended. Foster.Milburn Co., LA GRIPPE AND FEVER 'CURED SprAY Now arid Save Y.ur Eri:) 3h.. 't ; .' Realty bought and sold.

BVop, Dulfr 10. ,N. Y Adv. Houses rented. Of dee
*: 4, 6. 6. and 7
"Your Citizen
Quick's Chill Tonic cured
007 .J. S-! :: :rr & Ccmjtsy :6// Taxes paid and Titles
The dredjrlpg work in the Three- : :: verified Bank
I huaband of LaGrippe and,Fev-er.:afU 'r
Mils Canal between Lake, Okeccho- doctor' medicine anil c. !U\4!; rG'ic: !... or, for non-resident*. Iuimme -ttr
the other ,
rentedios Tiqrt
I 'bee and UicpoJte ha advanced another 'Fire Life I.JJdl t
,, Accident
_ feet-.meldn. a to- failed." !the J Frt1"r ; Insurance. I ..
tho-jsand "
- one : : :..=t :: C-- ? .
4 .I tal.of twenty-nine thousand feet;from LOLA C. ROACH, Drifton, Pis.Sold II * .% : fl' wATTORxY.

'1 t.h." entrance' ft, .Okeechobee": towards by, Osceola Pharmacy. .:t c . JackaonY. OorI.a WI ...Indemnity: B4ndi.' LEWI3.OIi ,,.
lake.. '
.'.mailer .r
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. . . '. ..- .. .-"I' ". .. . .. . .. ', '
I z:-J ,'. with a spraying outfit and at a small tion by the Geological Surrey Do*
er cost." ,ZOne > partmcnt of the Interior. Recording
Notes About :News Notes spraying, la usually': sufficient., to this statement'the 'United .States
Nqivsy: ,Florida: f.I N', Agricultural(: ,This costs about $1.10 an acre. DustIng -,[produced 76,603.308,, short tons of ?
'i I /' *'' . i f ', <. can be done for about 80 cents'I sand and gravel, valued at $23,121-,
j Gleaned From State' Papers: ;a'; J' FURN.I$ EU BY"tiNIVERSITr" OF, FLORIDA.' an acre. At least .two careful dust-' 617, during the year., .
ings will be required to !give the same .
.. .to"\ -v, ;: ". ; / .' COLLEGE. OF AGRICULTURE protection a* a. iprayin BT late If you' tit in 1 a '4O)1! draft whom yeu-'Y
,c. Y September or October natural 'enemies '' '
? 'laic' heated"and get 'Itlff'neck or
',' J
.' Tarpon Springs is planning to extend r Plans and '.peclfleatlon.\are\ in the '. will take control of the''Insects,' ' '
lamo, ,back,,, :you:will be looking'' :for
but ruin the
its water and sewerage systsm. hands of a committee at Okeechohce HOG .FEEDERS SHOULD VACCINATE While spraying will be'emphasized they may crop .before !
I I'y' willnot then if spraying is done. Further I something that will ease the pain.
I by which cut-ofT shortening the dig. AGAINST CHOLERA' other features of citrus, culture
...; The young celery in,Manatee -county 'tance from that town to the big.lake 1.--. be neglected. Some .o: tho additional instructions for control will be foundin [Fix your mind'on 'BALLARD'S t
Is l up six Inches; and is looking fine. two and a half miles will be put Many farmers raise more feed than subjects that will -diocussed Bulfetin 130 of the station, Gaines. i SNOW LINIMENT and don't be t lk. ;
'through.The .- their hogs can harvest. These farm- will be fertilizers, soil amendments, ville. Jed out of it because U. is the best
Another manatee was''' seen last ers have been in the cover crop, citrus canker, cultivation,
week in the Mara river near River- I LlltIefield- l\vln Company hogs from surrounding communities groVe management, grading fruits, MILLIONS IN SAND AND GRAVEL ;pain relieving you can get
L 1t. view. properat to pasture their surplus corn, peanuts marketing standardizing 'citrus products anywhere. Price 25c< ,. 50c and $1.00>
I and velvet bean,. Cholera is byproducts of tbo citrus indus- "Sand and Grayer is the latent' per bottle. Sold by Osceola Phar
A twenty per cent reduction in electric 'and" general farm. They have 1,1100\ frequently Introduced with the hogs. try, physiological elfTects' of different chapter from the 'Mineral l Resources macy. '
light rates has been put into ef 'acr.'s, and will feature blooded cattle; E. S. Face district agent for theUniversity treatments on the trees, fungus dis report for 1915 available for distribu-
t feet at Hradentown.A i i and Duroc hogs.!. of Florida Extension: Division eases and insects. Every citrus grower - -- - .
,- I I suggests 'that nny hogs purchased should prepare to attend this meting -
'. new banking concern, the National 1 lie commissioners of Dade county for feeding lie vaccinated. It because some light will be thrown '
l City Bunk, will 'be establishedat have fixed the millage for 191't' ut42Vi would be well to I keep the new hog upon the problem which have I been
Tampa in the near future. mills. Together with the state in quarantine a while to see whether : troubling him. The attendance last Wait Minute !
millage makes a total of 49 mills, a ,they develop the disease. The graat-; year was 100 per cent greater than a .
t. A Duroc hog farn--ot; four hundred raise over 1915. Miami's city rate is |est danger of introducing cholera' is the, year before. It is expected that .
fJ ,p acres has been started at Braden-. 12 mills, making a total on city prop- from hogs picked up around .small the attendance will be even larger: I
. town by; I 1). W. Turner. 'erty, city, county and state of <>1i !towns where there I Is r\o\ ordinance this year.SHADE '
i mills. against stock running at large. Such
"; The tax rate in Lee county has -- {animals have, ample opportunity:! to HELPS PRODUCE We're Putting a Crimp In ;
'! been fixed at 244 nulls: for the general Interesting figures on the rocoaMeiritts contract the disease from other hogs I lUlU.FALL VEGETABLES ,
: Island bridge show that it .
I levy< in that county. or from railway equipment.DR. I
will take 1)10; feet of lumber 2,000 '
Indications arc that the strawberry barrels of cement and 1,500 piles encased TURLINGTON NEW PROFESSOR I Seedlings are hard to produce during -
acreage at Durant will lit- largely increased in concrete for the Duilding ) OF AGRONOMY; : the summer because the soil becomes I That Hard Times'Tale
this season. the bridge. The contrac's for- this; il so' warm and because moistureis
work will be let in four contracts and Dr. J. E. Turlington, of North Carolina deficient. Of course there is usually -
Tampon Springs has just succeededin bids will be opened September 1. is the new professor of agron- pi-'i'.ty: of rain during the; summer I
several day of
securing a rate of 5 cents per kilo- in the University of Florida College but occasionally:
wat for the city lighting. I I A petition has been presented to omy of Agriculture. He was appointed dry weather cucur.:' This lives the 24 pound sack Self Rising Flour. . $ .95
Lake soil time to dry two or three: inches i
]the (county commissioners I to fill the vacancy made by the I
Zephyrhills will build a $20,000 county asking thorn to call an election resignation of Dr. W. C. Etheridej, Such dry spells occur some times in j, 12" R. E. Lee plain Flour ;; .50
public\; school building to be completed for compulsory education in hat who went to the Univerisity of Missouri :the early life of the seedlings. As a '

by the time the-school-=-- term opens. county. Turlington professor of will farm begin i"'of result the the small soil plants dries and below they the die.roots I Fancy Sugar Cured Ham, . . .20 T,

Plans looking to the establishmentof I The mill, dry kiln and 110,000 feet some time in August, lie was reared I This happens so often that before few 12 pounds Granulated Sugar, '. l.OO
a grapefruit juice bottling plant at of lumber belonging to the Bond Ion a farm and lfi>itl\ his undergradute'work people attempt to raise i plants : "

I, Bradentown, are-under consideration. was Li-mber near, entailing Glenwood a loss, at and the Mechanical North Carolina College.Agricultural He-I fall.ticulture W. in I.the Floyd University professor of of Florida hor- Morris Smoked Bacon,,per pound, .20 ,t l

The candy'factory of G, W. Judy & ,Jf over $100,000.__ __ I|was graduated from Cornell Univer- I{the College moisture of Agriculture can he] controlled, suggests and that the WJiite Salt Meat, per pound, . .18 .4; ,
Co. is to be enlarged to I with the degree
Tampa soon four years ago
accommodate their increasing busi!, The millage of Alachua county for I laity of Doctor of Philosophy. After completing plants r* brought through such spe'.ls: Fancy Evaporated Peaches, . .10 :;!-
roil),. The state by shading and watering.
ness. 1191i( will be 20H his work at Cornell he was
levy being 6% mills makes the total: engaged in demonstration work in Plants for early cabbugo and lettuce Fancy Prunes, 12 1-21 I I
According to information received 27 mills for the general levy, a raiseof South Georgia as district agent. Two can be produced this Way. A I .
there will be about 'five hundred across one mill over 1915. I years ago he founded the Agricultural -I half shade such as ia the used bed for and tobaccocan it can 8 cakes Lenox Laundry Soap, . .25 '*;
be placed over
planted to truck around Fort Myers Community School of Ware coun- {,
this season. I: Owing to a severs; epidemic of hog I ity, N. C. Since the he has had I,be watered occasionally.! The until plants they II | 3 bottles Tomato Ketchup, . .25 \ (t
t cholera in Levy county, 18.000 cubic charge of that school. {I can thus be kept growing I' I
Farmers' at Dover are commencing centimeters of serum have been ship- As professor of agronomy in the "become established. B"' this weeks! methodplants : PRICES GOOD TO AUGUST 30th, '
I had several eariliar -
lands for out there for use in staying the ravages can be i
ped >
to prepar their setting College of Agriculture, Dr. Turlinj( ,j.
utrawheri.. The acreage will be of the disease. ton will have charge of a I'onomvWOI'k I than they can if seeds are not I '6'
And We're Out the
until later. Closing Following Lines:
larger than last. year.The at the. State Farm r''It Raiford, sown ,
The 'imposition to bond; Marion: in with In the south part of the state ,
which begun co-operation
council at Plant City,t has ordered county for $900,000 for goof 1 roads the Farm was several: month ago.! I I where tomatoes' celery and peppers' I Armour's Tomato and Vegetable Soup, doz .90
sew, $1 rj,00( : plant: was defeated at a meeting when djl- are grown in the fall and winter he
a pumping ---
for the municipal; "at t r system, andit from every precinct were pivsint CITRUS TREKS NEED FALL plants may be produced early by this. i Morris Chili con Castle, each, .OS :
will\ be built at once. to consider the question.A APPLICATION! :: AMMONIA.Citrus : : game method. Some folks have trouble -
I in raising early fall turnips. Turnips : Matchless Corned Beef, 18 '"j{
The Elks: at Lakeland are planningto new concern the F'orida Finance trees ,should have a fall application for the table can be planted in ,II f .-*
erect a new hon.e overlooking Lake Company', has been organized at Dude of ammonia. In most cases I I August' if water irrigation is avail- Matchless Roast Beef, .18 .*:*>:
Mirror It will be a thiee-story building .City, with $10,000 capital. They plan: the pmmania bar', been depleted. The al le. Farmers who'; have no facilities a
built of brick and ton<. tto erect an electric, water end cold 'tree has not only used larger quanti- I for. irrigation or watering; may .planta Matchless Vienna Sausage, .07
storageplant ct an catty dLc. but the small patch for home use and shadeit ,I
,ties to make foliage and fruit, .",
The Naval I Militia Division of the I bacteria which convert insoluble am- with brush to prevent evaporation.The Kitigaii's Vienna Sausage, .08
Florida National Guard I, at Sarasota, The citrus frit";; crop ct Winter monia compounds to soluble have brush should not be le-ft on so
have received their uniform and will Garden is reported to be an heavy as |organisms find the moist warm weather -'long that it will make the plants Kihgan's Tripe ,, 15-
soon be equipped for service.An was last seasoi.'s. The lettuce acreage particularly favorable to activity i spindling.
4 I will be about the same, but cucumbers -I i and they have consequently been liberating 25c Premier Peanut Butter, .19 4I
election will be called by (the will probably be more than more ammonia than the trees POISON CONTROLS VELVET
city council of Clearwater authorize doubled.A could use. BEAN CATERPILLARSThe 15c Superior Peanut Butter, .12 ; ;
a bond issue of $11,000 to buy The soluble ammonia that which
land on Clearwater Key for park pur- grapefruit plant, capitalized at the tree can use, has almost all been velvet bean caterpillar dos: 25c Marischino Cherries, .19. '
poses. ,$200,000, is to be established at Orilando. washed away. It is probable that not winter in .Florida. Those fat caterpillars -' !
A laboratory will be maintained that there is not enough ammonia in which have dined on your 50c Marischino, Cherries, 39
The school house grounds at Dover in connection with the plant and most citrus soils to continue normal velvet beans are the results of eggs
have been enclosed by an ornamental citrus by-products will be experimented development of the trees and to ripen laid by moths which came from Eddy's lOc Prepared Mustard .08 t
fence, and will be further improvedby I on. the fruit.B. somewhere south. And by the way, h
trees and flowers. to obtain materials 20c White Vinegar .1O-
planting shrubs, F. Floyd, plan physiologist .it is time to spraying quart .
Contracts have been let in Putnam Florida '
the University of Experiment when the first moths appear.
The county commissioners of Lee county for the building of twenty. Station, recommends that an While the velvet beans are aenaltive I lOc can White Wax Beans, .0$; ,
county rejected all bids for the $164- two miles of sand-asphalt roads, extending I tion of nitrate of soda or to arsenical-J. R. Watson, entomologist .
000 bond issue for roads and bridgesin from Palatka; to Rodman,and ammonia be made to replace apPllca-1 I to the University of Florida 25c can Cooked Brains, .18--
district two. Eight bids were. received 'thence to Orange. Springs, Marion monia that hat been leached Experiment Station, hat worked out a *
all below oar county.. I the ,eoil. This application should be formula which kills the caterpillarsand Bulk Cloves,:ground, per pound, .- -" ,,1 _'i' :.35.
'I .
made during early September or early does materially Injure the foliage. " "
I' According to statements given out Frostproof, Polk county, has the enough that the tree. may recover For recommend Bulk Cinnamon, around, per pound,,. 4=rf .25. '
"'t. by J. D. Rooney, sales manager, headquarters distinction of being the first to apply : from the stimulating effect of the the following: Powdered lead arsenate ,,:, .
of the Florida Soft Phos- for a National Farm Loan Association fertilizer before 'the fruit begins to 12 ounces; quick 'lime 1Vi Bulk Xispicfe, ground: per,pound" I = :1L; "
pLate and Lime Company may be established charter under the new loan mature. pounds; water, 60 gallons. lf the i ati
at Tampa in the near fu act,, and was complimented by the lead arsenatepaate is used instead of
I ture. Secretary of the Treasury on their CITRUS SEMINAR TO the powder 24 ounces will be required. IF IT'S NOT GOOD RE'TUR1.'I't""T '
progresslvencss. BE HELD IN OCTOBER Care. must be taken not to use 8:.
Work on the construction of the more of the poison than recommended.
big steel tower for the high-tension Polk county's million and a half The Citrus Seminar will be held'at An excess will burn the leaves.
wires which will deliver electricity to good roads bonds were sold at a pre- the University of Florida October 17 Some leaves will be burned with this Cash '
Cleamvater has begun, and that city mium .of $2,866, A. B. Leach & Co. to 20 inclusive. This will be the seventh amount but those will be old and past Taylor's GroceryPHONE t
will begin to receive current from St. New York City, being the successfufbidders annual meeting of the citrus men their usefulness. Keep this liquid :
Petersburg at an early date. at $100.171: The price was at the University. B. F. Floyd, plant well agitated during application.The .
cash delivery of the bonds. be dusted on the
on physiologist to the Experiment Station poison may
Work has started on the Improve- who has charge of the program, vines. The formula for dusting is one 250 ;j.
ment of 3,000 acres recently leased by Commissioner Lees, of the Lees- says that spraying will be emphasized :- part by volume of powdered lead arsenate -
the Federal Sugar Company, near burg Road District, has taken pro- this year.Lectures to four of air slaked lime. This
Ocala, where sugar cane will be planted visions for the maintenance of the will be given by author- may be applied by shaking it throughtwo
to most of the acreage. Some of roads in his district. He has purchased ities on citrus culture from the United burlap bags, one on each end '-of I '
it'will be plant to vegetables! anda I a tractor which can be used I States Department of Agriculture, a pole. A man can ride a mule and j jY.4
canning plant erected to take care for hauling supplies, and with a drag from other state, from the State distribute the mixture. At least fif- : <
of this prop- ; for dragging the road. Oil has also Plant Board, and from the Experiment -i teen pounds of the dust will be required Sanitary Market
, been provided. Station. Demonstrations will to the acre.
Work on the Dixie Highway just be arranged in the laboratories of the A better way to apply the dust is
t south of Vero is progressing in good Doctor (to patient-You've) had a Station building and exhibits of vari- I with a knapsack duster. This will
shape. I pretty close call. It's only your strong ous kinds, illustrating insect or fun- give more efficient work and will still .
constitution that pulled you through. gus disease spraying materials and distribute the poison evenly. A careful I ,
! Two large manatee cows were seen I Patient Well, doctor remember machinery and other phases of the man is able to do almost as thorough -
, in the Indian River near Titusville re- !that when you make out your bill. citrus industry will be arranged. i work with the duster as he is NOW OPENIN ,
; -
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, The Jacksonville Poultry and Pet I .
Show will take place in that city the -J%
,1 ', last of January. I THE ;

Work 'on the lateral roads running I "'.,
west from Fort Worth will commence .
this week. "B and B"i BRONSON 1

Rapid progress is being made on BUILDINGi
the roads west of Boynton and I
will follow shortly.
surfacing: i I i
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,I << completed A under new way business and at a public Moore building school Haven.has houseis been. US AT THE PALACE Everything New_ Absolutely Clean and "'

.. .
A census of the agricultural industries Sanitary. .

t under of the Duval direction county of is the being County made "We are the Goods at the Fount"We .,
!. Agent.

.,. The new public-school building at ), Full Line of Meats :
Mimms will be completed in time for Mix 'Em---Cold Drinks.: That Good PoinsettiaIce and ''t

1 ..... the opening of the school season, on ,

T September 18. Cream. .Special Every Wednesday, Banana Split,

s George Stallings, the famous baseball -
r manager, is planting a hundred 7 Light Fancy Groceries {'

acres: -cf.purchased Para grass in Dade on his, recently lOc. Try our "B and B Special, 5c. t Ei

The tax rate of St. Lucie county for
1916 has been fixed by the commissioners -
at 34V4 mills, a raise of 1H QUICK DELI ERY ,
H!, r mills over 1915. The general levy. ,
I IV including state and county tax will be Palace Drug Store

40. :
i) .;,PIjUI4 \ '
"U.The county commissioners of Brow- SANITARY MARKET

.. arid county havo accepted the plant I : ,
:, ,'Glade"for bptlding canall.two One(bridges'will be over over the the ; PHONE 41 .

Ifcf**Sooth New River Canal at Davie, and PHONES: : 132 ;;!:;
i'!;? ,the other over the New section North River 24 t.l' t.-At .. It"r 41' .4 ..IItt... .t.. '" ;'
't. canal on the emit line

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PAGE:4, ,It IS S I M MitE, .VALLEY: GAZETTE' '. ., FRIDAY,,,AUGUST, 25,, .01ft.:

K 1,5 ,
!(FLORIDA-and it* territory ,will remain intact and tential "\.. '''"'"
Gazette possibilities before. or about us in chemicaland 'I'
:: The Kissimmee Valley [ 'imperishable-excepting that its more western coun cosmic forces. : '

ties to Alabama. If this belief it mistaken -Scales' delicate that t KISSIMMEE j
"' . may go so a mall pencil mark will SAID ABOUT
... -. ,
0..... .. "'.".," 41_<<. B.ll.l... Kt'''l___ FIa ., -then the 'State of Lee". Unbalance them. A thermometer so sensitive thatit :
," .' FLORIDA was historic. hundred of years before will register heat front a candle. a mile away. OSCEOLA COUNTY '
,W. .. HARRIS AND II:. 6. VAN A :\-BW.B. '0__ America's great men were born however. This. Worded message transmitted through and by, at I AND .
to. NAVQLKI K ltr ... _.__e.. and other !I .
1 with should
together mosphere'
.- reasons 3009 miles'across oceans and continent .. .. .. .oaeieo.. . . .' .e..O.Ot.O.: : : : : : : : . .. .. .... ......I .: .: .: .: :
f Floridian to cling to the
'II ........".. ..t... impel every patriotic name The influence of Sun and Moon piling up sea water, -
t On Copy. One T.ari.._._.______.__.__.__.... '1.10 and to keep intact its, territory to the uttermost permitted on one chore and lowering it on the opposite shore. Kissimmee has a few feoto hoods, a _The Gu tte'o latest effualon'i. upon
_..... ._...__ ....._. 100 head.DeLapd the sublime beauties, of Florida. *
Month bulk
On Copy lot of swell heads but no -
On Cop/ Three Months...!...&.._..-......... .T( by reason sentiment and expediency. The unbelievable marvels discovered: and harnessed News. the "Italy of America.**' and it pra\. \
Lee's name probably will be accorded a place by Edison and other scientists. Surely these indicate -+- :ties as if division-Just division in

., 2 All eommunlc&tton roust be, xopt slnd from by th our. writer.authorised among our state name ', anyhow-without recourse vast cosmic and chemical forces yet to be revealed Osceola county is making; preparations behalf of progressive south Florida-.
jcorripond Rejected matter will not b* returned unless to any of historic Florida' territory. Texas i i. large and harnessed for mankind's use. to have one of the 1&1'808t: and would remove these beauties Just

4J' Fair in Tampa next Februry.FIorIda "Snow falls in Italy-net in FlorlW. ,
.. (Entered In the PostofTIc' In Klsslmme. Florida out Florida's large water area. Texas probablywill Mayhap the day i is near when we shall sit in humil- Grower. da.: Florida's btoeies are always cooling '
>s second clsss matter.) be split into three or four'' states in course 'of ity at the feet of soothsayers who'cODlUIt planetary -- establishment Ii --not so in Italy. No jaggcrf

I FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1911.I time and it is not unlikely that one of them will influences relatives to human lives or at the feet of of A a movement co-operative for creamery the at Kis- mountains in or Florida-it merged hills is impode otherwise the
i \ be named "Lee"-if some Southern state created the "old-fashioned" farmer who plants crops accord- Rimm e. Fla., J aa been bo=:run by J. Ital'4

: Almost I forgot it. elsewhere in the meantime does not appropriate ,the ing to Moon phases. L. St.alfings{ M-iunce Gilmore w, E. in"Florida affords boundless room: 'Tor
_ _ Jones and others.-Southeast Live
who would expand dynamic
-: : name. : : those energy -
I Bulkead Lake Tohopekaliga I Incidentally. the next time a Northern state is MICHIGAN PAPER BOOSTS FLORIDA. Stock. -+- I I Also for those who_ would enjoy J
the pleasure' and case of dolco farm
break from 'South"or That Lake TohopekMiga bulkhead
-: :- created its citizens might away
-:- It is at onco a land of drcam
pti. .
Get ready for the state capiwl 1 in Kissimmee. "North" This or That show some originality and must be coming with eX:1spcIRtingllt'lliberation -
land of
The Ann Arbor Times-News declares in a headed jud iig:, !b" the' Kissi.nmce: and a land of '/oik-a summer -
-: :- name the new commonwealth "Lincoln". article that Valley Gazette's latest qu.rr-"What I I i sea nnd a land of commel co."
Michigan is hotter than Florida
in the
% Legislators. Stale officials, legislative visitors. I Likewise, when Texas splits up, Texas might remember -i and Is the difference betwcn bjkbe I I|, Now what in the n.. no of joy or
I!summer quotes figures to prove its contention 'misery have the "beautiful !snow, the"jagged
tourists arid others need ha\e scant dread of warm the author of the Declaration of Independence The Times-News and bonehead St. Petersburg mOllntail..t"nd
I writes as follows: Times I "rugged
in Kissimmee when this town becomes the by a "State of Jefferson" no new "
Ih weather creating "For a good-many people who financially -+- hills also "dolcc far nienti, got to.
capital of Florida. The famous Kissimmee breezes state is thus named in the meantime. able years are A train lord of cnttlc was shipped ]I do with dividing live state and giving'the
choose where
to will)
: they spend the hot a few days ago bv C. B Elrtn" Kimnme ,- |ioirreMm\c pccnle: of outh Florida .
seldom rest.
S and cold months have been ill the habit of going to Fla] from hi" ranjres in Os- the pn\lie-go of Il'ovcrninothem: -
-:- this editorial OSCEOLA FAIR AN EXAMPLE. Florida in the winter and coming back to Michiganin ceola county to purclia-sar::, UiPiCj I bcl\e-s as they ee fit-of making ,
I We move a vote of applause the-.summer the theory being that Florida being having boon 1,012 head in ths ship- prognosis! in all lines Hbtead of remaining -
( paragraph in the Tampa Times: "Abraham Lincoln I. The Florida Times-Union uses the manner of organizing ;situated in hotter than ment. Three carr, rontnin-nK: 107 in the ruck of I'ygon years!
'. used just 200 words in accepting the nomination -, the Osceola County Fair Association as a a zone Michigan was more head, were shipped to Preo. B. Lo'k.1 I|I And here w" go again with theKissimmec.rivcrin.lpirE'd
: comfortable in winter and
warmer in than La. and 22 dieam
and Lincoln summer Edjrerly errs eo-itaininff: :
1 but Hughes wasted 8.000; was means of casting sarcasm at the promoters of a Michigan. 906 h"ad.:! wont to H. 0. Helms] Hou "Yet: there are KloiicJiano who

t just about eight times bigger than Hughes. I fair in Duval county where a definite date has been i j Less favored mortals have all along acceptedthe .on, Tot.' -Souther st Live Stock. would divide a:. ('i rupt and confusj,

i'e ; ;- set for a fair before any location has been selectee) dictum of the favored have --+- and probably partially destroy the
said more ones and Last wck we commented on n report econo-nicnl: adv-ntnires that lie in this
The Tampa Times misquotes us. never The Times-Union says: I grumbled in the winter because they couldn't printed in the St, Cloud Tribu'it renown, nothing of tho historIcal -
go saying
I i
i Florida is "the Italy of America. We said Florida "Forty acres of ground and $10.000 of capital' to Florida, and congratulated themselves in sum- that a brick To:'d had blown up near and entimTitQl:: asiocl >.ti3na and '

k is NOT "the Italy of "merica"-that FLORIDA are thought necessary in Osceola county before it mer that Michigan was cooler ihan the southern that place. We die! not see thnrtirle ties, accrued throughout four. centuries
TO ITALY. Get us right. date for it'! I in question but noted conments in "
SUPERIOR establish first fair set a
IS can its or even .
; but I state. .. other stat papers It now jppeari i i|, That's just what we need to do, .
Do anything to us misquote us."Oxybenzylmelhylenglycilanhydnde than half the capital stock has '
Times. Considerably
: friend more "However, the Times-News has made an important that the incident did not take place Brother Nuugle! We wish to destroy
-: :- been already subscribed by variousmercanlile firms discovery-namely, that Michigan is so much In Florida at all.-but in Ohio 'and the''' these " and sentimental associations
.. p Thirtytwo II and banks of Kissimmee and other towns in the hotter this summer than Florida that the favored Tribune article was B rx-onnt from 'I! and tich-accrued through.
That will be intoxicating the the Dalton Gnzc.>tt::. We knew nothinf | out four cisntunos" We're trying to "
Twelve syllables. an for offers of forty
letters Advertising acres
: county. mortals would not mill it if they went to Florida ? like that Cu-ld happen in Florida. '
live not 'cstcrday--and west
for Joe Hugh Reese who edits (lie be located railroad and a pub- I today
1; joy which must near a this summer and this must not be mlerpretated as. -Florida Grower. i I Florida will hold us in the "Land of" "I'l|
J L Orlando Reporter-Star and who indulges in pollyyllabical. lic road is to be done at once, the answers To state a knoc kat the Wolverine state. It just happens I Already the cattle intluhtry, yot in 1 I Yesterday," if poi'iblc. unless the ';-ft

orthographical.. philological. and etymological location price and terms. that this summer is an unusually warm one for this ltd infancy ic bringing thousands of people of that icition awaken. "
', t
sprees. "This Osceola county fair association n has gone climate. and doubtless next year it will be different. d.Jlar of new capital into Florida I I continues"These would the Gazette-be state in disrupters its literary, ,\i .

: :- about its preparation in a singular way. Actually "Here are the figures taken from the local observatory C. B. Elam, an extensive cattle' .deal-1] nightmare, "would add to state taxation a\\

Kissimmee appreciates any helping hand or it purposes to pick out a site and to call in a working weather report and the weather. reportof er has and bought ranchman thousands, of .Hou'-tjn of head, Texas of approximately 50 per cent annually 'i/]

any well wishing word in its efforts to become the proportion of the capital subscribed before it Cocoa Fla., on corresponding dates: Florxin] cattle for shipment this and nt hast $2":>,000 annually ito

capital city of the State of Florida. Whoever thus ;decides upon a date for the fair! Our own county Date Ann Arbor Cocoa Texas ranch The KisMm:T.. Valley' the national jroomrnont's ex.pens' ::1 d
'V pocket
that fundamental and laudable hold fair definite date three Gazette ic authority for tr" stnte"
tj aids will be advancing purposes to a upon a 1916. Michigan. Florida. naiulkcr-diief states out of hi1,toneFlorida
"the good to the greatest hence "Somewhere in Duval County." Os- meit that the Bp'frnt( of Mr ."
M principle- greatest 'months July 27 _____uu_ 945 uu .86 Klnrn's purchase in Floiuln i this spa- ?>
0 number." Nearly the whole State would be ben- r ceola county believes it cannot find room for the July 28 90.4 ,_ .86 son is. >'ve-t en thousand h"nd.- I South Florida] would pay no more J'
3 entted removal of the capital to Kissimmee. buildings display of live stock, track for uuu un Florida Times UnionDon't taxesthan it is paying{ at present V
i. : by I necessary July 30 --______-- 97.8 nn_ .85 and it would, not lit- lij.iring any burden ,
1.1I -: :- speeding horses -nd like purposes on less than forty July 31 __,__uu__' 87.9 ___.-u .86 --+- of north ;anil west Florida. The 'r
,1 The Tampa Times peevishly says of us that we acres nor finance the fair on less than $10,000. Aug I _______ 60.5 .89 i 13nt: your disgust 'vith stuPidity privilege of governing!: ouisaUes. !
"devoting columns of -space. in which no real They do not seem to have imbibed the idea of an 2 u nuu by declaring: that your nei h-I'I I though, would be worth an even *
are Aug. uuu__ 85.1 .1____ .86 bor "hasn't s(!nsc enough to come, in increase. ,
i! .i', arguments appear. to opposing state division. Of intensive fair yet. The weather report for Kissimmee on the same out of the rain. Just call him ;..nalliprator. greater If th-, addition of Senators, 'on- _,,{
course the Times can not see our logic when it I "We fear it would be hard to find a suitable tract dates quoted by the Ann Arbor paper were as fol- A man down near Punta I pressmen and other national officers ',

refuses to see. The Times has used four or five ,of such an area within reach of Jacksonville. About | lows: July 27. 89; July 28. 90; July 30. 90; July Gorda. who is ..n authority on rllnrators. -I isn't worth $2.rr,000 a jour to south f:
Ii declares! that they will) p'ungc into -
much advocating its disruption 'all the available tracts within at least five milesof Florciians we don't know what a good ... )
g times as space 31 91 ; August I 1,90; August 2. 85. the river to avoid -ttinjr wet in is. -- '
t ; lieresy. As to the "arguments -well-just read the city limits if not more seem to be devoted any sudden shower of rain.-Kissim- investment The one argument in the editorial ;

I them and judge for yourself. The Times has considerable jto the culture of stakes marking the lot boundariesof ONE CENT LETTER POSTAGE. mee Valley Gazette. that is worthy of answer is this: ,
Gazette in being I I which only lack set- Why the stupidity Any person *
: advantage over the Valley additions and subdivisions "Florida would lose little by O3d-
daily Wait until we get our daily tiers to become thriving communities. Surveyors' -:- who has been in twinminp knows it ing its western counties to Alabama |
;: a newspaper. Efficiency in the post office departmei t with is more comfortable in a river than Ina and of those counties
the citizens
)c going. We intend to ransack all Florida's governmental stakes have no class in the premium lists of agricultural proper readjustment of rates will permit the govern- rninstorm.-Ocala:: :>r. would looe little] and g-m much. t;
for statistic and reports -' fairs. Duval must cling to the intensive -+-
departments maps. county nent to inaugurate e ore cent letter rate withM lLnext Therefore Florida w Id be kept vir- <"
to show why this State should not be disrupted system of county fair we fear. Po. General Albeit S. The Lake Hart Lend Co., Narcoos- tually intact, and a dissatisfaction J
: and to show why Kissimmee is the ideal location I "The deliberation which the Osceola county fair year .accrdmg to tmaster see Fla., has purchased 127 hogs and would be removed." *
; Burleson. eight cows ,and placed them on its We stand irrevocably in favor Of 'J
i for its capital city. The columns you complain association has shown !about selecting! a date for farm S. J. Entnkin and (
This emphatic statement made by the postmaster secretary state diVision. If we can't get that j
r ;of.; friend Time*, are as nothing to the columns their fair has not extended to the raising or money general before the National Association of Postmasters treasurer of tho company, writes I we'ro: more than willing to code the "if
that are to come. and the selection of a site for it. _At a meeting held United 1916 Southeast Liv Stock: "This company counties of west Florida ta Alabama 'i j jas
of the States their
k i3TATE..OF -: ..- last Friday night at Kissimmee 393 shares of stock at July. convention has 11,000 acres which it expects that would give us some chance to> l
indicates that this important reform is much to fen_ and stock with cattlo get just representation in 'the legis .
$6,000 and
:'" : LEE"-SUGGESTION FOR ,STATE were represented. -totalling between nearer realization than most people beleive and that ind Tnofts. This is an ideal country lature. "
1 i DISRUPTERS: $7.000 of the x-Kole 10000. The account, say : next winter will see radical step taken toward this for raising cattle and hog with little But unless Florida is divided, or "
ff;- .. -.4-'maj ritj'of Flor.idians nothing, about enthusiasm. An excellent substitute expense. We have a good natural the west Florida counties aro ced'>d.Kis'simmee '
I POSSIBLY-only p do business at end. pasturage, and other grasses are easily has no chance of takjnjf t
? ate so l lacking affection state for it was found in a disposition" to wait for i l In addressing'the postmasters' General'Burleson ,.raised. Some silos are being: filled the capitol .troi: sleepy old Tallahas, "'.. t
a loyalty and state pride that they would consent to .once and not wait for "manana. But we 1 declared that they are giving the best postal service'in : in this section but we have not, see. Mark that prediction." /
disrupting FLORIDA. The Valley Gazette does nqt an explanation of the failure to select a date andan the world today and that is what the American Tone that far yet. We expect to utilIze Maoon has decidedly moro claim "i
early one at that before they set about finding some of our muck land for raising upon the honor of being the capital of 'f
believe they are. farmer and business entitled to, for they :
; Duval are forage crops.-Southeast Live Georgia than Kissimmee has on be:7?
We don tdo that
j POSSIBLY a majority of this state's taxpayers a site for the fair. way in pay for it. He advised the postmasters to spare no Stock.: ing' the capital of }Florida but Maoon, '

v: do not care a Continental copper if the taxes they county. expense that means greater efficiency. -+- after fighting from vear to year 'was
A the officials and MMW B M > *. *- Kiaslminee'a Opposition to State recently given another walloping by
are now paying to support state "But that does not mean extravagance. said Mr.
I state institutions would be increased approximately "OXYBENIYLMETHYLENGL YCILANHYDRIDE'- Burleson. "Where is an official, who will tell me Divisioa. Atlanta. )\
The Kissimmee Valley Gazette If the Gazette;: is serious about this
50 per cent-which state disruption (alias "state SCIENTIFIC MARVEL. that employees useless to the service should not be., while demanding that Kiscimmeo !be I capital removal1' business: it had better

I division") would do. The Valley Gazette believes -:- lopped off? I do not want to be hard on postal em made the capital of Florida, is devot-- join the Times in fighting for state t

they do care.POSSIBLY. Ox-y-ben-zyl-melh-y-len gly-cil an hy dride I ployees. I believe that the government should require ing columns of space, in which no real division, or present some real reasons t

a Florida's voters want to add needlessly Wouldn't that jar any one's jawbone? only a certain number of hours work. and that arguments appear to opposing state I against the popular cause.Times.But this \

4 ] at least $25,000 a year to Congressional Expenses Not only is it a philological wonder. It is alsoa :under sanitary and comfortable conditions at a salary division. can'tbe done -=::Tampa u m i iI

9 -which splitting Florida into two pocket- miracle of modern science I not only adequate, but generous. It is my purpose '

handkerchief states would do. The Valley Gazette A chemist puts carbolic acid and formaldehyde and your duty to see that all employees performan

.I doubts they do. together into a glass receptacle; then he pours in a adequate service for the money expended. ,

:ji However. if Florida's citizens. or a majority of little hydrochloride acid to heat the mixture. Where- "Every dollar intelligently saved can be utilizedfor I Letters From Our Readers I

::: them. assent to this state-division folly-if they upon this combination boils, foams, sizzles settles the improvement development and extension of

vote to disrupt the name. the fame. the sentiments and gradually hardens.It 'service, resulting in a reduction in postage! for ttjose} ( J I 4
the associations and the economic advantages which becomes a solid harder than glass; it cannot served.

j' i are comprised in ONLY ONE FLORIDA-then by I be melted in the most intense heat known to science I i "Plans are being worked out 'for the solution of THAT METER ORDINANCE.Editor plant, utterly indefensible propositionto

: : I, aU means they should adopt the Ocala Star's sug- it cannot be dissolved by any solvent known to chem_ railway mail service problems. They are being solved Valley Gazette:- dollars require,by the a deposit users, who of thousands arc already of

,? gestion. I istry ; it is so tough and solid that a small piece' an I II in a way that will enable the United States to pay Will you kindly allow a suggestion paying in tuxes for the municipal

I The Star suggests dividing the state along the I inch thick will sustain the weight of 6,000 pounds; the railroads adequate compensation for service rendered from a tax payer and a prmpcctwe plant.To .

Suwannee river,, the peninsular portion to retain the it is odorless, transparent and not affected by oils, i' and pay only for service. received. With this voter, in re tho proponed! water meter 1 illustrate the inner of advance
, name "Florida"and the western portion to be { steam water, heat 'or any chemical. I result if next make those using the ordinance I arn ;mpre,' year we can
. ,evidence that the city doe not' clearly -I $1 00 for f>,000( trillions,, the normal
\ named "State of Chattahoochee"-after the Chattahoodiee I No trace of any of the three liquid chemicals ,second class mail service pay a one-half part of what or sufficiently distinguish, between quarterly] lull, would be "$500,: for lr>,-
which would flow through the which is created be found about it. It I and take the (000( gallons] add this. due ,
( river, cen- from it can they should, we can go before congress rates proper for a r unicipal plant intended to anything i
.' : ter of the new pocket-handkerchief state. I is an entirely new material. Its like is not knownin first step toward penny postage !rI merely] to pay expenses undur in case the meter should show a surplus )
J. The Valley Gazette indorses (if the statedisruption -'' chemistry or geology or manufactures. It probably I "The fact that this year we have a surplus of between skilled for management o ,privately, and owned r:'t"s necessary plant-, used\\e-ie, shown suppose( 20 1 1.000)( cents gallons would. surplus lie- >,

'J evil should prevail) the Star's position to the will supercede celluloid and hard rubber in many 4000.000 and $5.000,000 demonstrates that which must pay dividend" There is iidlcl<1 1 l Aud al.o: tho) meter. rent if i eqiiir'l -
$ that the be named "West is odorless and not I business and For instance |' , and thi' total lull be
effect western seplion Got industries as it cheaper can at last the postal service is on a strong a.'ery. great!: differ nce : to paid
. ,f Florida" North Florida-that there be only one burn self-supporting basis. If we can keep down extravagance the city of Seattle, Wash "the 1"\ the. ;"th of the month or the water
tht Umt",d shut oT( I In home
best ctiy in my town a rebate
4 "Florida"among state names. Before ox '-el ,. hardens it can be molded into we can soon inaugurate one cent postage in States lighted' a municipal plant, so well ,of r> per ('('lit Was allowed for pomptpnyim
r Duplication of other geographical names shows billiard balls combs fountain pens telephone receivers -[, this country." managed that it furnishc'i!; electrical i I 'it at the designated office' ,

-, lack of originality or initiative. It also makes for I knife handles, umbrella handles insulators I This frank statement from the postmaster! general power nt a minimum so low as one-. 'thus saving nil expense' of collection
a i 5. superfluous words or phraseology and confusing steering wheels for automobiles pipe stems cigar- substantiates declarations which have been made half cent per K. W.! No pr'vale plant ,and working to (the advantage of both
that. Hen i 0
with vou
&. terminology; holders and hundreds of similar articles.Its during the past year or two by officials of the Na- have could a compete municipal plant for l both ]light ,' To make the oost of utilities denier

The Valley Gazette suggests to the Star, another discovery was accidental and due indirectly tional, One Cent Letter Postage Association which I,and water but your rat'''s are too high 'here thin in other cities, will kc'p

f name-because "Chattahoochee" rather to the world war raging Camphor prices went I aWRY has its headquarters at Cleveland, that with economical -''to lie, attractive, especially to manufacturers away more settlors! than can be

4 long and is of no special significance. and because up. A business firm called on Lee Hendrick Bake- I operation of the department and a reasonable and the new proposal. to I, brought, offered hei,-e l hy any sort of inducements -
tax avcraginp$7 50 on for nothing equals in
; :' there is a name shorter, more historic and otherwise I land an industrial chemist to invent a substitute for adustment of postal rates one cent letter postage lay each a user lump of water is alierdy making 'drawing power the lure of "the low

: more acceptable. camphor-"something that looks smells and acts I could be inaugurated without injury to the federal hard feeling and discouragement, just 'II 1 cost of living. ..WLf.
How would "State of Lee"suit the Star-a ) ke camphor but that is cheaper." In experimenting government and letter users given the benefit of a at the time tourists will be coming, E, A. HKYWOOD.

living and everlasting memorial to that great and for imitation camphor. Bakeland accidentally created big reduction over current rates. when all should look prosperous and PERFECT

: beloved son of the South. General Robert E. Lee. I oxy-etc. At the present time letter users of the United agreeable.Undoubtedly. a basic feeling exists, I TIT. )

4; It is true that Lee needs no memorial. His name Bakeland's rewards are a medal and a fortune. States net a profit to the government of over $75.- that in the case of any sort of prop- "Yes, granjma, I am to be married

t and fame are immortal on the 'pages of history and : Several large factories have been erected to manufacture 000.000 a year over actual cost of distributoin. At erty, it is extortion to exact the full 'jdurirg" the bright. ti, .d g-lrclsoma ,

i in the affections of his countrymen. Great of mind I products from his newly discovered sub- the same time large magazine interests are securing value while of the the title thing still from remains the grantee in the I spring."But rry dear," said grandma

and soul. the most conspicuous figure of the Lost stance. He named it "oxybenzylmethylengTycilanhy- distribution of their product at one cent a pound. grantor. I earnestly "yoU are very yom,j Do

I 'L Cause; lovinf peace but strong and determined in dride". Business interests however, refuse to be which means a great loss to the government. and to Now then my suggestion (whj'-h you feel 1 that you are: fitt<
;; war idolized by his soldiers, dear to his fellow citizens -I bothered with any such jaw-jarring appellation and make up this loss userS'of'letter postage are payinga has worked well in other cities) is j ned"I life?" "-'Yr p;

4 admired and respected by his foes the giving :they have renamed it "bakelite" (bake-lite), profit of 100 per cent. that property, as the of the water city meters all that remuin in justice the-iexplained am being the fitted prospective now, grandma bride, .(BS' J

of Lea'*..'. am.' to a commonwealth in his beloved Verily each new scientific discovery seems to indicate It i i. to correct this great injustice that the post, could possibly be required of the I I sweetly. "Seventeen gowns." lot' ;!.3'II

I Southland could be no'more than a token or tribute that mankind ha but lifted only a corner of master general and l his hundreds of assistants throughout users would be a rental based on the Teacher '; ,

:: .4)1 th* affection In ,which-st.'citizens hold him and a veil behind which 'are, screened multitude of marvels ,' the country are now employed.. From all indications cost of the meters.To I mist? -Johnny, what is an opti- \

t hi i imperishable virtues ; that as yet we, stand only on the outer edge of one cent letter postage promises to'be one guard all bills against should loss be by required nonpayment to- Scintillating star-An optimist Is a-fA '4

c, 1'h. Va1IeCaett.Jiehcyesthere4wifl.) \ .no ajf'almost infinite realm of'scientific' knowledge" and of thermos! important issues at. this winter's session be paid, quarterly in advance, insteadof Allow) that gets 35 per cent on a final

tate disruption; thatUhe famed. ,and historic name!II" I power and but feebly rasp of'bnaentand'1h po ,or" congresr.:- Jo' ' ' ; the' onerous and for a municipal pass exam him and through.depends on a recount to

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E KISSIMMEE VALLEY au na' I A fine, eleven-pound boy wa born; ;The many* frlend.' i\Mj.' End T Mrs. I wtere'be with hts family'li; od nine !

lTsl.pbeae' N*. tt). 'to Mr and Mrs. Ed. Tyson at their] J. H. Reese of Orlando,'will be pleased He is survived by a largo! family ,
.'- home, near Bait. Lake. Tohopekaliga to know that they ate the. parents) dertaker,Hand had charge of the arrangsmenta. ,-
; Sunday, evening. of a',fine' boy born last",w. k., Mr. ." :'1 V '
a': Publish Kvsry TrldaySBy'w. Reese was for lime time editor of f Get '
-.. HARMS *. B. O. TAMS AOUBJWI A. E. .Ho)mea, representing( the the Valley Gacvtteand 4s now editorof 4'.o.ooeeeesooee9A Ready :
; Bentley-Gray Dry GoOds, Company of the Orlando''Reporter-Star. .' -' V ; :
, Tampa was a business. visitor in the CAMPBELL. $
city' on Wednesday l Mrs. F.t ,W. Stalker, of .
I I IBradentown .
were gu sti'of relatives) : rr'y': .'; ti" ,./'JKrV
M MacR -i Mr. anti ''Mrs. S. A. Alexander'and here last'.week.1Mr.'Stalker was ed. o o a oo% e,, 'i '

ion* Fitch; of Atlanta., 'spont sev-.itor for a number of years of the

era! days thisweek the guests' of. 'Mr. Osoeola Journal formerly. publishedin E. D. Cody wife and ,children of For School ; .
and Mrs C. 1.. Bandy ; but "
wMri Kiaslmmeo .
i r F.SrArE t : ,A.. .-lt." Jackson was taken to. newspaper work' at Braden wn for Strickland here Sunday., : f i
several Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Lamb of Shingle -
> Orlando this week for an operation of years .
,., '. b Creek,.were visitors here Sunday.Miss r
a serious character: Sho Is reportedas 'Mrs. f ,
Miss Lola Lawler and Hudson
, Nannio Collins of Loughman, '
',. .,. I .. getting along nicely. I who has been the guest for sometime visited Mr. and Mis. I W. Collins on
Genial George Paschal who represents of the Rev. S. W. Lawler and Sunday. '
PRLSgP the Groover-Stewart Drug C//)., i family, went to Orlando on Wednesday C. S. Acreo was a visitor here Sun FOR THE BOYS: y.
of Jacksonville.was a business visitorIn to spend a few hours with Miss

the city'Wednesday. I I Lottie Lawler, who is In a hospital day.Mr.. and Mrs. Bell, of Kissimmee, i .

....000..0000.00..00 to 0. ... Lloyd Griffin, of' Carrolton little I'[there appendicitis.recovering. from an operation here visited Sunday Mr. and afternoon.Mrs. Wade Lanier We can fit boy with '/
daughter. Tot, and Mrs. T. B. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bryant, of
I Weather ReportFollowing 'of Tampa arrived Monday to visit I Slight dai.mge largely duo toI Haines City visited Mr. end Mrs. J. ;

,, their sister, Mrs. ;A. W. Bailey. |I''of smoke H. ,M.was Perxke caused in Cape at thresidence Breeze Tues M. Bryant :Sunday.: Trousers ,Caps, etc., -1.,

Lee McLean, who is a member of I day morning, when an oil stove ex Mr. and, Mrs.were Robert visitors Bronson here Sunday .)fKissimmee. that will stand the hard {'

Company B, Second; Infantry, N. G. ploded. The fire department was J,
are daily temperatures Fj now in camp t Black Point, spent [called out and ir.ado a quick run. The
and precipitations as reported ee\eral days furlough bore! this week. blaze was extinguished before it had ADVERTISED LETTERS. wear of a growing lad. '1
by Government stationat ![done much damage.J }
Kissimmee for the week ending G. T. Derby, epresenting the Lake- Advertised list) for th. two weeks
Thursday, Aug. 24, 1916: land Phosphate Company, oroducers I D. Clark returned last Friday I ending September 4, 1916:
of "Natursown", a well known fertil- evening from a trip to North Carolina :. FOR THE GIRLS
Max. Min. Rain Colbert, Hattie Coff James
, izer, was a visitor in this city Thurs- and other points. He made the : ; Drags,, : f
Mrs. Minnie Muse Jennie Parson
' Friday .. ____98 74 .38 day. trip in his Hudson car and reports ; ; ,, "
Mrs. Geraldine RlhlEd.. T. Reid,, "j
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than' V
Saturday __ .90 71 road conditions better in Florida ,
There will be fun, music and entertainment Mrs.. Harold; Smith, George; Stoke, i'rl3':
Sunday __ ____94 68 most any other state visited. Our stock of ;
cilia; Tyner, L. D. Percales
at the Band Minstrels to be Clark and daughter, Miss Lottie, who new : j
Monday __ ____95 71
Casino next
given at the Graystone accompanied him, remained for several
Tuesday n ___96 72.- Friday night. Everybody should turn weeks stoay at Asheville, N. C. Geological Survey, Department Ginghams and Ribbons is ,.2

Wednesday :_ _97 74 out and help the boys. of the Interior, now has available for ,
Nelson Makinson, of Company -
Thursday _. __96 7$ The Atlantic Coast Line pay train i Corporal B, Second Infantry, N. G. F... distribution its annual statement on complete. Let us help you .1
\ passed through the city Thursdayand ,;now in camp at Black Point arrived Pottery in 1915, which gives the value

.OOOOOOO.OOOO.OOOOOOO.OOO made its usual stop, much to the Wednesday and spent forty-eight of all domestic: pottery marketedin < plan the school dresses for '
pleasure and profit of the employeesof hours furlough with relatives and I.. 1915 as $37,325,388, an increase of '
">"> than five cent over that for
the ire this city. per
company friends. Nelson is a finelookingyoung
.00..000.0090..000 soldier and says that the Kissmimeo 1914. .. your daughter.It's .
The county road gang is' now at
is the best in the
company The ficitnoal father dislikes the
work on the Patrick street extensionand '
this work will regiment. suitors for his daughter's heart and

: I The Local Field I give when an outlet completed to a large number of Miss Emma Tyson:: of Narcoosee,, hand and kicks them down the- front time now to get the
I the real life daddy wonders
people living in that section.R. graduate of the St. Petersburg High steps I
{ which of them is adequately preparedto
is 'vIS-
school and Stetson University
r 000000000000000000000000. A. Jenkins, of Kisslninvoe, was in this city on her vacation., She relieve him of the expense of Ma clti.dren prepared for school ->. .-
' I liting
'e Fire Insurance. See A. E.Drought. in Orlando yesterday, bringintr: Mrs. ;will leave soon for the opening of the bel. ,
:rig i Jenkins and placing her in a local: ( Cloud where she I
I public schools at St. TEACHERS' EXAMINATION.The :- .
for medical trectm sanitarium
i, II. E. Cole spent Tuesday at Win- has been appointed a lel'ch'r. She is :
ter Haven on business. Orlando Sentinel (Saturday.) I a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs County Uniform Teachers' Examination KATZ'SSEED ;

"j G. C. Livingston motored to Daytona John Ennis, 334 Third avenue north. will be held at the Court :

;i W. J. Fripp spent Sunday and Monday I Beach for the week end and returned -St.'Petcrsburg Independent. House, Kissimmee, Fla., beginning at

;;t in Tampa on business. Monday, accompanied by Mrs. J 8 o'clock a. m., September 1 5, 191(5.( All
Senator A. E. Ponegan, P. K. Weaver -
' and little Gay Jr., who those desiring to take the examination -
i Robert Evans, of Narcoossec, was Livingston Edgar Katz and Fred Bass mo-
had been spending the week there. I will bring pens ink, cap paperand
, a visitor in the city Monday. ,tored to Jacksonville Saturday and I, I t
a certificate of good moral character - --- -- ---- -- -
Y K. Goes, of St. Cloud I was Joe Shearouae, who has been returned Sunday. They made the run signed by two persons.C. ,
:if, Harry visitor the city Monday. spending several weeks here, left to Jacksonville in exactly seven hours in E. YOWELL, ...... .. ......... .... ........... .. . ( '
a running time, counting out stops
J Wednesday for Aucella, Fla., near 35-3t Supt. Pub Inst.
y Buy Reed's box cakes at ten cents. Ocala( where he will be. employed by Orlando and Paytona. The trip from I'
Ja'-kt.onville to St. Augustine returning POTATOES
I They are mode in, Kissimmee. 33.2t his father in the lumber business.C. I was made< in exactly 52 minutes XI'IKIC OK KI.K. ('TIO\. !

c visitor H. Dame, district manager to. I with Mr. Bass at the wheel. To II h.. slitTlPf of Onccula County of the '
.,\ E. C. Bryan was a business the Woodmen of the World, whose i Slat' of Florida: Pole FALL 1LANTIO. IRISH COBBLER VIHdlNIA GROW)
", in Lakeland Tuesday morning. are .Lakeland, was in | W. L. Paulk, assistant postmaster, H.It known That T H LAY SPA llL' INU'1I NO 4 KOSI;:. FLORIDA f> ROW N ,
headquarters Miss Elsie Horton, clerk in the 'H\VKolUi.. SBrretnry of Unite of the .. ... J '
and ..
,1 the Tuesday night and attendedthe Tfee are the > all .d crop ) that are planted OThala far v F1
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. OeniR. of Nar- city local postoffice, have a right to l he Stjitof Florida. ilo hr-l give nollcrthru ... ..... ... '".
li the regular meeting of that order.W. a U.-ii -ral. ICl.-ctIon will bo held .n fall I. Kl.rl.a. give beet .U. .l.a la Ma war. h
I .
" .( coossee, spent Tuesday ? city. I proud of the showing they made in i>''(,l'.I" County. State of Florida. on J>rlee of Kara"%arlelf as Pallawai t ,> I

'i' Mrs. F. W. Hill, of Narcoosaee, was T. Goodyear, pharmacist nt the the recent examination"held the Tuesday Monday In next November succeeding A. I>. the 1916 first the Blacle Lag L.o<., SSAO Per Ha.. flva-Basr I..ta, SSUO Per Bag JT.B.
Store is enjoying a ten by J. R. Boyd, chief clerk of *
Palace ,
in the city chopping on Monday. Drug Raid Tuesday being thHrtrBlk < .. Le/e, SS.OO Per Bag '
1 days", vacation. He left Monday railway mail service. This is a test liar of Novrmbrr.For fi

! Miss Emily Fairbanks, of Kissim- morning, but refused to Bay Ionh.jU'1twhere .. of mail record routes, of etc.98.88, and they cent each, Stale of ell 11",1 Florida Ktiit.-fi., for Senator six, year from from the NEW CROP Oar De."rt.TURNIP......SEED V..I.CABBAGE... r.... ,.PEPPER. H. ...,.t.EGG PLANT.
flee Park, spent Monday >n the city. he would go and how made a per March 4. 11)17. f.
if would stay.B. I which is as near perfection as it is Fur Six ((6) Prenldrntlal Electors.

/( Our box cakes, 10 cents, are 33-2t always E. Evans county farm demon- I'possible for a human being to attain.: Fourth For one Congressional, Representative' District of of the theStale E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. \\5
bakery. Con-
fresh. Reed's . strator, who has been ill for several S. J. Triplett, on, of the best Rrem of the United State 'v
Marion Car- weeks, resumed his duties Monday, I known newspaper m'on in Florida, motored For Governor gf the Stale of Florida. Oia>EST HSTAHLISHRD AND LARtifDST SEED HOVSH I. n......
J. M. Hughes, Jr.* and Beach. Lavin Sunday from Dayton to Orlando yesterday with a For Secretary. of State of the State Ball ...... 4977. See EAST BAY -ST. Avtmurtla M- ..... y

gun. spent Sunday-at Daytona Mach, where he had been spendIng party of friends: from his farm in of Florida.For Attorney ueneral of the State of-
. ..
! V. C. Edwards, of St. jCloud, was several days. Osccola county. Mr. TriplcU, who Florida. .0..0..0.. .
i has beeii rest of several For Comptroller of the State ofFlorida.
, business visitor in the city Tues- enjoying a .
P t a Arthur Chapman of Arcadia spent weeks expects to. soon engage in the For Treasurer of the State of
day., a few days,in the citv this week, visiting printing; and publishing .justness in Florida.
:r Ask your grocer for Reed'o ,box his aunt; Mrs. T. '.. Bell. Mr. I Citrus county.-Orlando Santindl.; I for Superintendent of Public Instruction

t". cakes.They're only ten oenta and are Chapman, formerly lived in Kissimmee Attorney Milton Pledger was a visitor Commissioner of the State of of Agriculture Florida. of '
33-2t and will be remembered by some to Bartow Tuesday. He went the State of Florida. Buy a BicycleWe

1 \ ,?Mad Klmsimmeo", of the older residents- -: there in the interest of Sidney .J. Court For of Two the Justices State of of Florida the Supreme. .
r Catts in the governorship contest Railroad Commissioner of ' .
For One
!f.o" Curie suits. Guaranteed has
p; % Just arrived. Joe Tracy.who spending ; ing waged against him by W. V. the State of Florida, "
100 per cent pure wool-$17.50. some time here on a furlough from Knott. For Stele Senator for. llth Senatorial have just rccchred a shipment of\bO nice
i t*. F. H. Lawson. his duties with Company B, Second District of the State! of Florlds- M
.. For One. Member. of the House ofRepresentatives Hudson Bicycles, fully equipped with Coaster
.7 Infantry, N. G. F.. now in camp at Flor-
. Mrs. Z. N. Parker, of Arcadia, was Black left Monday for Jack- A. J. BARBER DIED ida. of the State of Brakes, Mud-Guards and Goodyear Blue Streak ''.
the guest John this M. Lee.week: of her sonville PointJ oln his company.J. I For For:: Sheri Judge. 9 Tires at $25.00 cash or $30.00 installments.

. Mrs.You- should see our Canoe pants. ranch. O'Berry Putnam is county stacking near a Palatka big- AT RIPE OLD AGE For For For:: County Clerk Prosecutlnar of Assessor the Circuit 0 7..f..x.Court.... We carry several otter leadisf puke at prices and term +

i i Guaranteed 100 per cent pure wools and will enter the cattle raising For Tax Collector. to sk year ...... Ws alto .... a csssplets lias s.
of Public
500. F. H. Lawson. industry on a large scale. He expectsto The Orlando Reporter-Star tells of Instruction.For County Superintendent
i last continue to live here, however, For County Surveyor.For I II
i Mrs. N. N. Bratton returned the: death of "Jack" Barber, well Five County Commissioners' I
Sanford, where the! and will make this his headquarters. known in this section. Mr. Barber of the CountyHoard
\ Saturday from For Three Members! do Bicycle Rep& riar. We want your lHuia.. .;;
visited Mrs. Lee Bandy. and family formerly lived in he Hil- of Public Instruction }.:
! Misses Mamie Pillcy. Margaret Justice of the Peace In and forhe
liard Island section and has GIVE US A TRIAL
and Mattie Stanford and Mary and many follow-In Justice Districts, vlx
the 3
Help the band boys. Attend Tiller, who have been spend-,J'friends in Osceola county who will Non 1 2 3. 4. 6, 6. 7. I 5. ;;
minstrel show at th e Graystone Casino Virginia !regret to hear of his death. For Constable; In and forthe followIllK' '
" ing: the summer at Camp Junaluska, Juetlre 1 IIIMrlclH vll N.* I. 2. 3. Bryan Cycle CompanyNew a ar1JrdlILtL
next I Friday night. near Clyde, N. C., returned home last I I The Reporter-Star says: 4, E B. 7. 8In 1
r fine I I "Andrew Jackson Barber, aged 77, tentlmony i Whereof I have hereunto
suits vaca-
Big line of boys' medium price Saturday. They report a .,who died at his home in Conway sec- H.-t env hand and affixed" the Oreatil
and extra pants. Flee gifts with lion. |'tion buried in .... of the Stntc' or Flnrliln. at Tallahassee I "t
Friday, was
the Capital .
each purchase. F. II. Lawson. Marion Craig, of Jacksonville, Greenwood cemetery. The services I day of August A I 11 191(1I. ] , :

i Mrs. Earl Sehofield. of St. Cloud, known arhonif his friends, as the "Big ''were held from the. residence of I (I I. HI) ]H, CI.AY SiTretarof CHAW 'oHn State. -1Ili1JlIL .... ,....tI'f'- -. ....- '" -- '" -- "-.
has been the guest of her friend Miss Noise," was in the city Tuesday call- 'J. C. Hull.I To 1. 11 InRram Sheriff' of OHrcolaCoutitv :
Mattie Belle Harris, this week. i ing on the drug trade in the interest; I I "\Jr.] Barber was one of the 36-2mo
of Sharp & Dohme, erf Baltimore, settlers of this section. liev""
The Kissimmee Concert Band Min- whom he has represented for more known well over the county and was RUBMYTISMWill Stock ='
stiels, will be given at the Graystone than fifteen years. I highly respected( among his acquaintances. ) t

Casino Friday night, September 1st.s. He fought in Ui3 civil warn cure Rheumatism _
your _
Ed. Roberts and Paul :McKt-o: members the Confederate side and! was In'' ,
t Emil Much has returned from a of Company B, Second Infuntry, a number ''of skirmishes during the 'I| Neuralgia Headaches Cramps

combined business and pleasure trip N. G.0'\ ., arrived today l to spend, for- Scrnmolc: Indian war. I Colic, Sprains, Bruises Cuts and Of Shoes \ :
to 'hiiajfo and other points\ in the ty-eight hours' furlough with friends "11.. walked from the northern partof Bums Old Sores Stings of Insects

I West. here. They are well satisfied with'I[ the state to thin section bore the'i Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,,used in- \.j
j the soldier life and expect to'go toI advent of the railroad and took up a I .
Misses Ethel, Violetnd Ella Mae the border soon. homestead in the Conway section j jtemaily I and externally. Price 25c.
Gilbert spent Sunday the guests of I I I Our big line of Shoes for f
Lancaster in Or- Lavinia Wenner will return
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Miss
lando. next week from Washington, 1) C., I H -,.;,1 Men Women and Children ;
where she was called by the illness
DeWilton Alderman returned Mon- and death of her mother Mrs. M. C. I r
day from several weeks' cowhunt' Wenner. The many friends here of will_ be completed Sept. 1 st.

with Riley Godwin and his crowd of Miss Wenner sympathize with her in We want to reduce our stockof .
cowboys. her bereavement. We have the reputation as tr

II. M. Pfann suffered a badly R. E., G. C. and W. H. Thomas

i( wrenched wrist on Wednesday, when were arrested this week by Sheriff the "Old Reliable Shoe
ho Watches and will make
I his Ford "kicked, while was Ingram and Deputy Bob Campbell at I

cranking it.Lynlous Goblets Cov for seining on the morning '
Dealers of Osceola
Forrest and Mrs. Eva of August 13th, and bound over County"a a

Sympson Hay were married last Saturday to the the sum county of $250 court each.under bonds in I until 1st. .J ,'r'
T. M. Sept '
Judge special
night by County prices
1'? Murphy. "Biddy" Shenrouse has joined the I I Our New Line ..
I forces of the Palace Drug Store and V
and baby returned -
: Mrs. D. W. Alderman be found behind the soda C.
may n
Monday from Avon Park, Whiddsn. j* .:f.JIo
alongside Bemery
where they had been visiting relatives. This fount pair of mixologists ere hard to will sustain that reputationand
tiln"1' .
'I for some beat and they've invented a new one

\ Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Pfann and Mr. known as "B. and B.", which is short Come in and for yourselfJS will be full in
r and Mrs. S. G. Ra motored to for Biddy and Bemery. It's a great' see -every.
Wekiwa Springs Sunday and spent drink and they invite all their fri<5nds

t there. to come try one. detail. '
the day .
r Mrs. R. Z. Johnson and two; chil- J. Roy Geiger is tho guest of his
: brother. Dr. H. S Geiger. He has M
II dren returned home this week from -:- !
I been attending Chicago University
Fla. where they have been 1
,"t */Pieraon, relatives.Kissimmeo for the past tiles years and in June
visiting was awarded his Ph. D. degree. He COLE JEWELRY CO. ;

has tho best band in will spend several weeks here rest H. C. STANFORD COMPANY

Florida. Help the boys to keep it in ing before going to Williamsburg {}
ir. a class by Itself. You can do it by Virginia where he has been elected! Jewelers and Optometrists

'" attending the minstrel show at the head of tho department of philosophy
9.\ Casino next Friday night, and physchology in William and Mary tiifl1JI.J1L-'1fLfl 1Ar'u4'l&1Ar1, 1-j .
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Klsalmmee 'Valley1 Oasett. <00' r. W. C. Cocoanut Grove; Fla.
% subscriptions '60 00 STYLES natural growth would soon become a F. .
of the ADVANcE :
MRS. ::
> Proceedings Klssy Wat.r& Light Igts veritable Card of Eden. .

II.'V July ____ __ 4 ."Florida Beautiful" should be theslogan. Chairman Conservation Department ,,
A. WT; VVInn,. chVck7niT 00 F. F. W. C, Orlando FI. \
; --1 A strong pull, a long pull a
Southern Supply Co., W. :S. Jennin rirfretldent

CountyConirnissionersXIasInin., Cloud court Tribune house 1'D, SEEN IN THE 5OP5Dretie pull Yours all Florida First, .Approved: Florida Federation of .

Wenner-Sawyer, B. JT; type-rib 4" oman's Clubs Jacksonville, ,,'
H. Jacobs wit. county lud..e .. 1 00 MRS. JOHN GIFFORD, '
B. Jacobs, wit. county 1ude. 1 00 Chairman' Royal ,Palm State Park, Florida. T
.., Fla. Auir. 7. nu.I M. Marrl. wit;. county Judge..4: I 00 .
The Board of County Commli.Ion.ran \ K. W..hln ton.-wi b-co Jud..a.. I 00 '..
and for Ono.ol& county, Florida met Wi ,:Joh 1b;; wit.. eo. JII4..e- ,------J-00, .. of_Sgtin and Figured Silk Reflect tAe Aoco/ ..
In rfffUlar. leailon at 10 a. m. on thabove Murphy Cost 'n Nat Por.
T.ter .... I the Moment... Waitts
dat. (ther being pre..nt E. Ltf case - Striking Striped Shirt
L*. chairman; H V. A. )'. L..,H. ...m.tii: In Nat For < .
pus eY'y : Ttndall and W'.ler.:; Walker lercas. .....'. ............. 7 21 JJ- .t:' '
Commii.ton.r.; John 8. C..del, M. Kata supplies to R. G. .- S 16 -
Board, and It. 1... liasrue guard 00
Attorney for the J. -? J6 SALMO
Clerk and: Jkudltof.Th han Brown guard ----or ____ SB 00 New York, August/ 24. a novel of handling gathers. This
] way
minute of the regular meet.nir S M Rowers, guard- ....-_.- 40 00 More than half the is already .
4 of the Board on July 30, 1916 and :of Clai'k Co. supplies to P. O 14 0W < summer I treatment is shown Ihere In an illus
the adjourned ..B ton of July 17. lltj B Maklnson Co, supplies. gone and interest is being turn tration. Tho dress referred to has . teed and approved. duo of the to 1U.. >J 848tH. ed to darker and heavier dresses and the waist cleverly designed to harmonice .
call ....nlon of July 26. 1910Mrp \\' C. (Jro. ('0.. mule feed 240 47 hats. In both of these there Is much .
.. wtlh the skirt for the lineson
S M. McClelland appeared b. Waters C. Oro Co. sup R. U. 285 II i
for,. tht;' Board and presented a ptl Mach Bros ran- _- --_ 6 6Covlnnton to attract the attention of those on either side of the white vest /would I!
I lion nl .n-. (cloud "Florida nuklnic the ">> oil Co auto oil ' 14 62Jos ,
St. - -
t 4 visit to tho best show skirt .f
"I Hoard to Heml :Mr K M MrClilUmd, ton lion. nli.'In, .shoe I (M" shoes t shops were it not for the soft girdle ,
hospital n hen h.. ..on Id ""t. pro|p.'r I.. U. "'*.i tim II.' w hit Ji limit ; 'l UK IMIHHI.dto 1. It. 1.8 rn1l'r dlHthiirK fee to I''is really most strikinlC is the number Designers! are making a strong

tht n ft.'i'noon HHton twfoio th, 'I P' iHoirpr' "mlh'r.and fit -. _and_ hh.,.... 10 6RI of one-piece: frocksand the large point of the long: tunic again, and in
Mr S I It \u 11 ma n t mm," I lui.i'| i I- /I. m '
, lion,i,,rl it 'ml' n .1 Jc .1! I 11 h. MI I.. ii..k i, n "M.- : l..a 1 I.' It F 24 MlIIM ( Variety of them. Some arc of serge i many models they hang in ,nivenl: :
: .1.1 i- on 1)11) \ .tliri '"'' ..r hif loin In , .l.i |iiu Cci'. mii|. K n: '' 50 anij) light woolens others of satin or points, as in the drtsg illustrated R S'E'S
1I' Florida Land and Imp Co ft. mMi1 '" ' \.ru| in, liimbei, t ,KB '
., .. , 3 &" Kilk, according to the requirements ofL here! Full end pleated at the waist
inn.. u'I n''<'n "n>in"i \\ ,\\K |".IRM.11"| to in*' .1'.1'I." '. l.iirl. I Ink ""\8 ,
Jl ft. p'I...HI. Hi'-0't"II I. ., ... ,. Co 'lumlei ft &2 I -- I it hangs softly over the foundation
All I In*.11 I M) Oui r\ r."prr H,.ntnt .i\.<. of1h. S J. l.tlpfl\ I'. lll" .SIIa.M. t". \V. skirt. -As if to balance the j f
.. ,smiih I 11"1'1,1., I..nrNHIII. 'i:it ion. II I I 1It'r""" fir. .iiii I iN S fl1 I
| t I I' 'I l I.* I..I 1 l Ii.. I to I I (1 .I I i"'I I IrislM S. I I. ]I.npT'i. f-,,,,,,, FionH f fit 87 on the skirt, a large cap_>.like collaris :
': :'S";hut i: T :h:* \ join: in. ,; il'h; .n, ,!\ h, :$tl,ttfi J 1'iMx, ,unit |i-tiI.l l fir. < titi l placed over the shoulders of this I
.1 ""m '<-. ..In.) .ntitt\, :II...U..i V.'**"* .1' ;1'J, n ,>IOU J" r 7 ('l4i ''dress. AND' .
,. 1.. l II h,. ..It.. ni...n K. sMiniiMl .I I I. II\ "."" (.t MltUKt n.e tO -L '= .
) ; M Mi*,.iiutlH, .( )i.")" "i'I h.r"" i1h < Mil,. \ 'tl 1 H _ **** c E | The cape-collar is !till \\Jth uS'I'
'\ Koit 1 I it* tin ,Ini r ol, tli.. Klti ,I' I. 1 l'tind\:, , ..oinnil'' "'loiiH. u 111( lifi among the many; other dainty
I ,1"ti m i I4iil.,I n nil,I H Hi ii-il I II)lint, H w'o1II I l lli .1 C I I..i.itig, lri .pel Ii lit JtUtoIII 'which noticeable
,. ,,lm f.i II"1 fill., S IIK.MtllK. "(""' 2:, are particularly on
4 .1 t*"iod I tilv t 1 in 1 Ml>' l > i i MI io1. i Jlii -
.\ If lh,.. UHIM, < ,."1,1 HttPtnl ",.. .Cjt--1 I J J I\,1.. U, 111- ..It III It i i'f 4" | dresses and waists. Some of the collars -
; j..r'tIIn T'olr! rit 'I I I.I.t'. I MM' Unit t lit. MpH I I. t11"T'ti'r., nll'rT".I.l "tfc H" Iii, extend almost, if not precisely .
mini; : to do t hits w <:Mil ii:I I li x i to: linMini \ :: Nt.w. iili, n rillit, ,. , , lli 1 (I"lolin ,
** 11..1..1'1 i If 1 Pin tin Mini \ 1'; I I. li.: 'II. Klkll
M hit'h iniitt was j p.tss..I 1 I.. t II... at.r.i I .1 t I II I I Iliilmli-n' roinl' v inl. I k ,nt and those that are not quite so long .
I noon m MS I to 11Mr Whlttl. __ B7 2T.I" i manage to get the desirod length by
I < ;!UH Mtilfh ,MM; 'uiil ni foil. the t: I I. I 1..1. \ .nut l 1',1 <'.>. pimp t ,.t' "ii I the addition of circular iuffle
' l oard. atid. ..1",1 tI If Hit' < on nt \ I' Jilt,ii Inn In cnr to. pnupd'. I M f\" (' a "I'f
Intended to IIAXM n n xhll"It nt the H. Clay Stiinfoicl HUH( It. 4l,. 11 kl f gathered frill. Still another favorite .
Tampa Fnlr' \\'hit'I h I In lit''.. oplnlnn; w'aaon. C 1- lohimon} _ _ _ B "r | type of collar is. short in the back and
.. :of the I lit Mt :,,.Is: M !M<':in..ii, IK tin: I J 1. II "rllm.. ". oup c."i paupi !'l 21: low cut and finished with I ,
county could hn\'e. that tI,...\ ..u"h'' ' '. I llnrher( ,riiinmlsHluiiH, t nil. NV I very two ;)
have one that would I bit cieilit ,to I thtountj 'I 1\\ 1 lllfi niiKeni>ment. _ _ u_ 400(( I (lit, V/ .points in frontrquite the rove se of ,
r .' '. Huckli & Mortcan repairs. in 1{ the other style. The edges are bound
St v*'ral comrnu"lc..lln", w',.re prtt .. i-li-iI] I Ion. 'tithe' _ __u 564 finished !
.! ...,..d 'mid rtad I IFI 4''t.ctl b..rd. and Mrs It. I it -( nuiilB 'to In- I or scalloped, or with picot
... , :f.tI';: ,,, _! 9 Onr ( '
i ain*' (lied wit h tin pi u. filiiiKK of tlt i I H|>i itiim of - -.4\ ;i:;
'f..1 .
boardjumen. VU Mia'mil JS 00 i
.. . r : IJ': trrorCo; ;;;
; M, .I It naj 0 T" pr4 BI nt'ad Hnrli< r trip -
;I,"... tcr 'r..qu"Hllllli" ti"< I 1I""l'cl to ajl I1.1'1 tnlnnli.ners __ _ u _n __ 2 (lit
th,. rittJrtttun) tif Ta x CVit" 'o\'rlnK r* .I. ""Mlt. 'Imi rxamlnntlon_ 10 00 MBROS ," I
lanilfi of Mr J It HrunMon In Set'"lun I .1 I l Ii Chum. Inij examinations 3n ()HIS '
J6-2&.2H, for H tint funi uf 9 j. 'CI'rl'a rout hit'h regtieHt w.... ", ranted ,( I \\,,,, Mtphlim.. nialiit*'nance .. 5 (Oil( //1
and the board commended hat 1'ald( a err.. rite wire ordered can- r
the <' S lr..a ,.na\ nnld rateThe los N '
-.. Mt-rk priiinte l and read In 'nral 1'1'r",1 - --_ II2KK '* t.i.:41i'h;:
open board an It,."mixed bill from Mr U..n..ral mad fund. h u'h I"1" 91 STABLES KISSIMMEE FLA. :
W S .l'..nrre, for w ork don on thethe Klni and, forfeiture fund un Sw\ 14publliltt \
: road from DaHnlnfcer leading I to Sp..I..1 fund __ 300 00
..,". ]*<.ftrce InndfriK., <*.. the Kieuini.l $ rl\ The .Tl"11(50 ri-rN' t the'
.r. and Hfter dliIHHHK! the inut t.-r of followIng l b..I".8 on h..nd" I.
: paying I amv by the Hoard, W F' \\nl-'.II 1 15 1 if. a licCtu.
I Met made a mntlon I m. hli h is tin iu'r.i: :, d n..1. 1'I.I 1(4) "1Pin.
; by Y"unTindall/ and carried t lint .. unH (iii' f.ltur--. Gfo< .6
nld bill bf not paid for I li.. r.'Iau S. h.'i'l I fllll'l.. f-KK\ f'1Oeneinl :
I that( the work WIIM ,I..n.- ulthout) ordora I I Mind, T"": !<. / ( AUG. 26 .
,, from lh"' *Mip4r\tM ., .. or Board, of (OnmmlHRion$ i I 11-.1--; : ;'iii rro."d-, ; 11411 1 12 'K/ /
;, liilne Ma rin i-a TIM.' I.. fin i .h.. Itoardand S I I' :Ni.: 1 Mil' I K I / ,
ntuted thnt. Mi, \\in -ti i,ItliiM inn] I St S I'' :N.: 2 210; 2' ;
: familj' hail' .bt.en. .I'k and that Mi,' SSI.-I: 1 1.2" 7:. :New Arrangement of Gathers. l
fitephlna was u nub It* to do nut \\ 01' k. S S I I':0: : 4 . 27-2; SI'll -- I the '
wlQ..JJ1ust-hlY luyaid ,
woman : 5
) and atiked lb.It.ard to KM! hIm NOIII* (S t S I. ".. r. 14til '
: .. anal stance until h*. w RH able to work '4 S I. :Nii 6 _ _ 1.312 I robe storkrfl with a dress for evcVVonasion '
a..all1. hereupon th.. ci.K was h-, : In dark dresres the navy : i \ We will offer at private sale at sta-
I 'ru.'ed to draw n s'ttrrn nt. hut,' IS 'on' T"I I 'u _ .70S 41Llr I blue to be counted our i

in favor. J. of S Jvlr Hi rut BtephlnsMr ton n *n>i>a rrl ....("..- Th.. Tax CullictorH i I ..line col Hi.).portKhoucil ,,cted I'j Women serge-- never- is seem to tire of en it..again.for I I i -; bles in Kissimmee .,
th.' r"lIowlnRmounla Saturday
/ IL.i'v7 on August
'J the 1I0Hrd'and ctatrd 't'haX tin. roud i iIJ : I'or ll.ennea( .Kcneral. I 25 : auto ith so many qualities which make \ ,

from Finny Point lo th.,- Kin*! mmre III ..n.<'. fS 'II"' I it too good to give and no satisfactory -I
: up
.... 26th
1. 4 agreed Park School that If wan the In Board bad t would.01111 Ion. xrailc, H'.I'' showed The Tux fr 00 Collectors( collected Poll Tan Report substitute has ever been found a carload of Horses and Mules---

I the said road that the clllz n. of the The Clerk havlhic made and flled I for it. White screes there are also, ,
t community would Kiub lh- rIght ofway 13 Mules and 13 Horses
"preparatory to the gradlnKwhereupon at with the Hoard from an the lt,mred varloUH estimate funds and they are truly fascinating. ranging in '
motion of : Sleeves are Ion" and some collarsare
on A
K Hasacond "expected other than >>
.I. t a. the.d by board Young Tindall and carried from reasonably tnx-s to he levied for the fiscal high\ though the becoming sailor C) weight from 1000 to 1350 pounds be-
agreed to grade said and the equallr
road year 1H18 and 1917. collar is still retained in many models ,

IV The at Clerk a early presented a date and ai poulblv read In the tlon Board of 'the proceeded Tax Roll to being make complete an estimate ,The skirts are full, the fullness tween 4 and 8 old all broke and
years ;
onen Board of franchise
copy granted of the necessary and ordinary expenses I being -arranged in trainers side ,

-I- "W. 8. Pearce or DeSoto by the county Board of to operate Commlcclonen -- the fiscal and expenditures year 1116 and contemplatedfor 1917 Ha prescribed I pleats or unstitched: box-pleats.: There lift gentle If need a Horse Mule i
bate you or. or
41 a toll brldre. over and across the I In Section 6 of Chapter 6814. been rumors also of the accor- ,

, Xlaatmmee Upon a motion river.: ; of A. F. Bass seconded Acts of estimate 1116 of the necessary and dion pleated skirt coming in again. With Full Tunic and CapCollai: :- a Team of either is the

;, by Young Tlndall. the folio win itresolution qrdlnary The expenses and expenditures A number of the new hois are i in edging.. Certainly the collars this now time to buy :

waa offered, proposed ano for the fiscal' year 1916 that most rich and wonderful color
Adopted by unanimous VOteof the *contemplated nd l III ?. being ompleted bv the royal purple The material is velvet season are as varied and graceful as
to make the tax possible. They arc quite irresistible
Board. they satin both combined. Anothernew
or or
,, i_ mlaalonan Wherea of the DeSoto Board of county.County Florida Com- levy for the Board; fiscal of year Public: 1916 Instruction and 1917 color for hats is ruby red. Top- in Georgette crepe, chiffon or organdy -

on the Ird day of May 116. grantej and the( estimate of black blue costume .
having flied Its ping a or naVy

; llcenae operate to and W.maintain 8. Pearce a to toll construct.bridge current the funds fiscal for "year school end purposes InJuhe/ for the 30.l I one of these spots of color gives a Stm.New, Waists! MACH BROS. Kissimmee!

,i, ", over an daeroia Klaatmmee river. a 17 n Board to most striking and smart effect. The shops aro showing some very "
atream countlea,dividing* Oaceola and DeSoto tax ol7q,mills forth purposes vnt: But Jet us come back: to the styles striking silk waists, very colorful and ,
re the Fort B..lnK..rroad ,
crosses the said stream and have S mill.- each for sub-districts TUstrtctNo Nos 1. that are worn just at present. most attractive. These ore for wear

',flz.'d the otll rate for the use of said 1. ,3...4, In and addition 5. and to 14" mill the T for mllla. th" The Dress of the Moment.If with tailored skirts f r they are decidedly .. J

I'brWg.hereaa' ; and follow-resolution was Introduced one judges by popularity, the : of the tailored typo. Tho silk
the Board of C unty
and adopted: dress of moment is of satin is striped with heavy wide .
U, Commlaalonera of DeSoto county have has keen ascertained and the > or stripes, "
r.queit d the co ncurrence of the Board d-termlned Wher.a.' It by the Board of County figured silk. Gathers and pleats long some) times combined with.narrow 1

.1 of fixed Oaoeolacounty.In ID the toll rate* Commissioners that 11. win be neces tunics and interesting collars aro, the ones. But it is chiefly in the color
the license and franchise of
the aid W. 8. Pearce be It sarIto raise amounts In bv the taxation following for features that attract most attentionin combinations that !tho attractions of .. \.
,.- Resolved- Commlaalonen that we: the Board c.or! the fund current. respectlveJ year for county purnoses the present models. Gathered these new waists lies. Light back.
County of skirts it u true but grounds of pink and blue
county. In session assembled do here- deslanated aa: arc not new, pale
'i, by concur In the toll rat fixed by the Oeneral r venue"I.5|* 00Oeneral 00 i when all the gathering is placed at will have strong vivid stripes broughtout 9 i J

I..3 Board of County Commissioners In the County school road fund----========-- ;NU 00 the sides below the hip line and fInished on them. White silk collar and

)Icen.. 8. Pearce above referred said to and grantedw. Interest on bonds 8 R V4 B | with a heading. beneath whichare cuffs and Urge pearl buttons finish ,
rate being a. tol- __ __ __ __ 9,000 00Retirement
niatrlct No. I these waists.
s' JOWL towltAutomobile: u pockets we have to admit this is I
8 R & ,
of bonds.
!. ".00 double teama. 15 ,
I B,000 00
cents, and single teama 60 cents B District I No; 'R--'*--B.Itstrtct --. I Call
: Bonds. 8
Interest on 'Phone
( The Board Tnatructde the Clerk; to 2 _ 15.000 00n..llr..m"nlon fed the warden.As .
No now by
-- -- --
draw .
warrant-. favor of J U Hartrrave I S. R A '
4 0' for It.ZI for supplies to county B. District bnndo No.2 uu._ 10,000 00 II WOMEN'S' CLUBS SEEK the warden is living in a tent
paupers, Buckly and Morgan for $6.14i
_'_ 1i.01l\! and
Pine and forfeiture -- -- we have no place to receive visitors -
Tor repairs election booths
on __ __ 2 921 On ,
The Board took a recess until 1:00: Sneclul publicity -- 40814 00 our chief concern at present U
Hard surface road .
i', p.m. He I It I resolved that the u following FUNDS FOR BIG PARK the erection of a Lodge which should I
The Board
met at t 00 p. m., a full
:Board being present sum lie levied on real estate and nerlonal be finished for the Federation meat-

Notary bond of R. E. Willis with property In Osceola. county. Flor- Ins in Miami, November 21st to 24th.

r Oeprg-e W Fertlc and John I. Padxett (ida ien'eral revenue _-_ ___. J milia!!! ATTENTION OF LOCAL CLUBS The last Federation board meeting 1 '
a.s Burettes examined and
p. ed. also cost waa bill In the case annrov-*T Nat County- L i school-: --.---_-- . 7 it ... .mi.: CALLED TO CAMPAIGN TO in Tallahassee authorized the build
.\ Porter, and (Sheriffs feed bill for prl. u..n.rl.u mna In- S.--RA -. ing of a Lodge to be finished for the

i: pners.I interest: B Diet on bonds No. I __ ._ 4'4 nlIl.n..tlr..m"nt RAISE MONEY FOR EQUIPPINGOF inspection of the Federation at which
The Clerk for the
Board''hr of boads In S, ROYAL PALM STATE PARK. time the formal opening will take
board of Hon
open opinion _
I ,i- Uaaaey. In-re levy for support of Interest R Itn on TVst'bonds No.In I S._--RA -. 2H FORTR-EIGHT MILES SOUTHOF place. Plans are being made by the 11 :. lJ
stand Isaue. which was ordered. flied local \
B Hint No.2 4'4 mills committee to take the entire

is1 with the Board proceedings appointed of Mr the 11 N Board rtrat; H' (lr. m-nt on bonds- In 8R MIAMI. convention to the Park for this occasion f.t:
n Ulst. No 2 3 FJ's\!:
A :
%: ton County Enumerator and Industrial, to Btatlstlcs lake (theAgricultural a.h,. and C.f '.ur,; === = v. I The attention of local clubs of we- By winter we intend to be pre- 4IfJ
mill pared to serve refreshments to "auto
I fund V
publicity *
Special m has been called
to the
for the year 1B16-1. : rn't'( men Royal
tnr.l surface rOad f' "d- 7 parties and have a few rooms to rent
&tfoe .PrR of a reduction I of valu The following additional livy wIse Palm State Park in the following letter -
to scientists research
on S. Aultman lots In the Tax School DIsrlrtB conducting .'
Florida Land and Imp. fo's addition, ordered In Special : work. .
Noa 1 S. 1. 4 nod 6. three mill.ach "
t was taken up and affer Moine dimusalon Cocoanut: ( Grove Fla., Aug., 1916.
.s and In 11Ialrl, No B. \ mill. The Dade
Hoard motion County Commissioners
.1 by the made
upon Dear Friend
of Florida
It Is further ordtr.d that an o.-u >it i inntionnl :-
and duly seconded It wax agreed bv of RO Cent of th-' appropriated $1,000 for Park -
tax per The Florida Federation of Woman'sClubs purposes.
the said Boa.rd to leave the valuations
mount <.scribed. ( by the ItatuteH othe A. short time ago a
a. flied by the Tax Aem-asor. "pr; has undertaken the greatest campaignwas
of Florida !1.lvled "n FNi.ii9 t
The Board Instructed the "INk to State inaugurated to raise a "Mile of
such oocupntlonhnt ( conservation work of organization -
draw a warrant In favor of the Tax i crn'Ted I" in' any Dimes "So the
ad tha
$6,336, more $1,000 People Know"The
. Assessor the Tax Collictor In dlrectrilcollect of women in the United States. I May
such occupational tax has been realized for the Park fund
The Board Instructed .hiClerk to any The last Legislature gave the Feder-
draw warrant In favor nf the Tux, Ihe sam'mariner us hiwoulil coIl If the million residents of Florida
ation 960 of land 48 miles
j I that If hv law acres ,
for the State provld.
Assessor for commissions on the Itflti .. ..
I I. would each contribute a dime $100-
( to s
assessment f or 40O( the counties are permitted .. Mouth of Miami ,to be hereaflar:
I t. 50 rent 000 could be raised for the
The matter of sending Mr H M McClelland itrenter I'r cent than per, known as Royal Palma State Park. easily Valley Gazette's desire is to ,
the Tax Collector 01'd..1 -
to a hospital was taken up. aunt tnx then This work an dthat would solve the problem print all the news all the- ,
to collect t he full am.nint BIl.Meil contains the largest growth of time but
2 E and the Clerk was Instructed t.i write of maintenance and development
( Royal Palms in the United States unless Items are Bent In by phone,
10 the Pr. McKuhn Ifoxpltnl of Orlnn:1'T"'Pt .
th-e--tjordon Kelley. Hospital The Itonrd rtassed a resolution t is.effect estimated! to be 100 feet in for some years. We should have for card or letter, we cannot hope to get
Srn ,
: It the bonds In many
,.. Fla... and find out wrml thecharges that immediate use for
with building purposes, it all. If know of item
sh Road and llrldne i>I 'rkt No.2. wena.1lditl height together moro than 60 you siy ofnews.
for pitch woul.l l he andreport
a case
to the Board at the next regularmeeting >' I .0 l Knil Ih.' taxes fir loot enatand varieties of trees, rare orchids, ferns, by most conservative! estimate, not The Valley Gazette will be very

of said Hoard In (Ht-ptemberThe I retirement collec fund. d as that levl.Ih.-d. rv 7 mills BIbonrd ;> vines and beautiful tree snails. It'is less than $5,000, but $10,000 would glad to print it. ,

'l following; bllln wire examined levied for hard surface road fund n wonderful trbpical jungle said by permit more substantial and permanent -

e I approved and ordered paid : i I not I,H eoil.-cted.: but I In event that scientist to be the most unique of its improvements. Club, Society, Lodge Church or

X!. 1... Le.ley. com and mileage t 8 00 bonds are validated and taxes for We taking this of School notes; people going .
kind known/ in the United States. It are means presenting away or
:n. V. Lanler. same _ . 10 on same are not collected the 7 mills for coming back
AF*' Bass ft 00Young1 hard surface road fund will be col ill the only State Park owned by a the Park for your consideration ; marriage, deaths or
: . d7.mam-e'' = : = 26 00 Federation of Women and will be to and are making a direct personal births items concerning visitors. j

W. F Walker same _ _ h _ 40 00 The Board. having completed Its Florida appeal to each friend of Florida. building operations, real estate deals .
what the trees to California ,
I J B Rasa. Janitor . _ n _ 50 ((0 work for the day adjourned to meetHicaln big are I .
I :' John Davis, siupt P Bo 00 on the 4th day of September A It is necessary that you as Those donating more than a dime will neighbors moving in or going tut. and -4.

:i. :John H. Cadel. Attv Fro;: Itoard, ;: 20 H4It P. 1916, In regular si i'-.or'h"lrm"n.! : I a citizen u>f Florida realize what be helping (to make up in part for in fact anything that will make The

H. Ingram careJail i mo.... 2S 00 K I.. I ; assets the of the those it will be impossible to reach. Valley Gazette more interesting to its
OVEHIITIUET. great beauty spots 4{
T.. M. Murphy. Judge clr't court 26 OOT. Attest( J. U : Cltrk readers.
M. Murphy Judge, Juvenile ct Ii TO State would be, If; properly conserved Please send your donations to Mrs "

't Mrs A. Blmmona maintenance. 8 00 Teething babie. always have a hard if, with the increasing flood of.travelever John Gifford Park Chairman, F. F.
Samuel Montadoca. aamc5___ no The Valley Gazette's motto is: "So i-
u. W. C Cocoanut Grove Florida, and
p Mra. L acy Johns same ____ 00 time of it when this procehg occurs in turning southward; with a million :( the People May Know," and to that I .
(, Mrs. jane Clements lairfe -_ ._ K t.o.. tourists last year and more each remail. this "chain! letter", to a .friend ..
hot weather. not have to end ask
__ ___ S 00 They only we your co-operation. : .,.
Susan Tates same nnu succeeding year;; if we make the and tny are to do the same. it you ,"
______ __. 6 00 .'
Frank Evans aame contend with painful gums but the have received letter before do
"Lure of the South" irresistible, by a or
-Ola Hathaway same ______ K
Mrs. Glnev fadarett. same n-- S CO stomach is disordered, bowcli loose "multiplying Florida's attractions." not care for any reason to make a "HelpusboostKissimmee"

& M. McClelland-am ____ B oo A donation kindly remail to a friend
n endowment of 960 ,
)park acres
}, I. and the body uncomfortable. The .
______ 5 00
_A. M. L, Chance same the
u so that chain will not be broken. ,
Mrs. M
was joriren by Henry Flagler
____ B 00 ,
'Un. L. Maries same nn best help can givo the little suf-
you ,
.'.4, )I. B Bra. .. asrr. agent ___.__ KB 00 making 1,820( acre, including park. We are asking those who read the Ij
p. W. B. Crawford. co. proa atty II 38 ferer is McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It. The I Ian i s to keep the endowment ifi published letter to respond without 1

J. L. Oreralreet.*. .T.lT, Co.elk'and phone auditor rent 19( 00 COXI..lmm ; correct: sour stomach. cools and ) >oi-nTl for the development of lo: one.
'm l. R. Farmer eapt guards t___ 100 00 quiets the bowels and helps digel- tuntcal' gardens. Thirteen mile of All question will be answered ',

11 1 o W. Ashlon *.______.-_,. - 00 I-'grn.htm: Highway will be completed: promptly. Remember if those who '
.. ... cL-ta : .: [, 10DO tion. Price 21)e and 50e bottle. t \
.x.: H. 1". ... per from Homestead to the Park by about live in Florida forth one-tenth the
.. put
' x..; JI. ln....... feed of prls. -
Sold Osceola .
by Pharmacy.On
We.tern. Union TeL Ox:. raessasree. September first. Four mile of paths effort to enhance Florida's)attractions

.t .1. for commissioners r._ 11 104 '''have been cut through the Park. The as do the Californians for their state, -
'ybnSV S0a.bL ....- often feds. that th. thermout. :
an.clea. ,
Oaaette tax. p Park i< a came preserve and oirdaanctuary !Florida with bu,; wonderful climatic .
f ,JU, .. ter is too conservative about it
.-I. bins tutd .-- 11.50 qaantiea 01. birds 1eing conditions resources and beautiful ,

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pills. lt n" 'Apr I'll; .fti;: All"members: ; i the 1I 1-- t 1PiON OWNEaTIE *a Ooatav: '

louse of Representatives. elected at I NOTICE or.L j
tbe general ...Itlo.lU'. their term .. .... .'1J.4. arl4u4.44et.u..tJ;
LegalAdvertisements of office shall expire on the'Brat Mon. .Mil.r ... Blocks 11. J . -"
d..ln April. 1921. and thereafter the : .eat.L.* T-. ..

term .of office of all members of. the. NotlC I. hereby given that tbe following; described .JaindsV'er' so much afd 1, Block 11 _? X J. Qrlffln __:__ au.1
: : House of Representatlveashall commence . aa will be necessary to amount duo for -faxes herein! set opposite .. < A. B. ____ 4.41
on the' tint Tuesday after the to the same, together with the coat of such sale and advertising will i first Monday "In April next succeeding be sold at Public Auction- the Fourth day of September A. D., lill.] In 7. Block ii ts=._...*... E. __'.__. $131.
1111111 I I . I (. 1"-1 11111 he election At the general election front o( the City Hall door at Klsslmmee. County ,of. o.c.ol.and State of 1orth.rll cor of Lot .. ,
ID 1SSO. and thereafter ell Senators toe Florida. I. 1$, degrees, B 14.:U ,
NOTICE FOR PUUL1CTION.U elected shall be elected for a term W 7H ft. N 47 degrees i j' C

of \\o"u.r- the term to begin' on the DESCRIPTION OF* LANDS. '' Tax and Cost ft. N 4. degreea. H I >7H ft .... O. W. Bans ,u.i ._____ 110.31 I
Des>ar ..Bt of the laterler. after the first Monday In .OWNER .
IS (leased portion) ,_., Robert Hledel .. ,
81... ------ -
Addi1.alots -, -
V..I. LsBd OfT*.. at C ....Hie, Flau April of "following year except 1. (leased portion) ......' Rosa Qravea . 1 7'1'
$rial N. eua* ,. hat when a new county Is created the I ifnd 4 W of ,In Block 4...... Louisa Wa.hlngtoiz'--------..,.BO ft & 47 degreea B of moat ,-,- . ..
Legislature shall at that time fix the Beg SB cor of blok 11 W of Ry run cor. of 1.. run B. .
: ... .Notice I.. h.r.byrlv.n' that, Walter length of the term ef the first Senator N BO ft W 8 BO ft.' E 100 ft., F. Leonard ,..__.___. __ 1'.15 .. B 10 ft.Blok'degreea, W
...... Beebe of Alger, Florida, whd OBf to be elected therefrom at two or tour All B C..L. Ry In Block 11 _.... Mra. E A. Bass"..__.____.___ 1.01K. N 4< degreesW, BO ft. N. 4.' .s .

_ _f .January 11, Ills. made Homestead Bn- years. with the end In view of keepIng F. BBS _.. >dlvtBlsi of Blerksl. ..B 71 ft ------..--. -__!-- lun Bass _.._... ... 4 .T*
try. No. 011ZI9. for wt of SB*. Sec- the number of old Senatora In a" .. B, e, T. '5, 9). le, 14, sad SB ef Hoe southerly _1'. lot i, block .
_ _' 4n.J--Tow.! '! h'P.-$ R' nge .a balance with the number of the new. AddiiieeLots -. N 43 degrees B 7B tt.
_ _ .,.. Meridian has filed notice SeetlonNS Article VII of the Constitution 1. a. S 4 and i. Block 1 _____.__.. Mra. B. A Baaa _...._........._ '.1/ ., W-71 ft. 8 4S degrees N4 .
4. ,-of Intention to make three-year is hereby amended .0 ... to Lots I. I 41 I and e of Block 1.__.. Mrs. E. A. Baaa _____.__ ___. '. 47 .. ....... El 71 ft J _...._1 Ril Baaa __. 18.19'
1>roof ,to establish claim to the land end as follows: < lots 1 to 1. no. Block I --.--.- --" Mrs. 9. A. Bass _______..____. -14.SSII 800S! .I.i! __________._._______. Florida Lumber Co. ___ $
_ "
," 7th day of September, 1913. the representation In theHouse Lots 1 to 10. In9". Block 6 Mr. A. __.____ ______.__ 1.16 B and all ot Lot < ...._ J-.C. O riff In ___
Claimant name. aa witnesses. : of Representatives as In thla tots 1 to. ., and 10 and 1---------- Ir 1'] A. Bass 17.10 L& Fleming ___ 111f
Frank M. Edrls. of Lokoseo, Florida. article provided, which apportionment Loto 9 am4 12 Block 2 ____ ___.__ E" jC lass IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII lliss -1-aDd- ,-1'1"1 1"I I

Banner H. Guy of Lokosee,. Florida. hall be based upon the last census taken Lt. S, I. 4.landl.BlocklO ___..___ Mrs. E. A. Basa ___.....__.____ .07 i _______._ __ 1______._III Job.n____ a"_----":-__-.. !*..' '.
-.JlI- >bt. 9]. Willis of Lokosee, Florida. by the State of .Florida; or by the : 1. Block' 10 -----------.----.----- Lavelette Buck ...-.....__._-.__ .47S ts..e.'s. : M .. ,
G. W. Fertlc of Lokosee, Florida. United States whichever Is the lasttaken. Lots B and Block 10 -.. D. Begga . _...,_._______ .90sVnas. Mr '
several counties of the 'L ---- ---- ---- 1 - .____._ ._ -..___.______ D. 1L'hurma __..__ '.41
ROBERT W. DVI8." In the Lots I. 4. B. I and .. Block 14 B. Slmms 10.0 *. 4 and- . W. Thurman : ,
meet B ..__............ 1 .._ ._
tlijpse hall everyten _
S-6t Register. State, and ttiat Lots sTock 14 _V.T.-;; )Ira HT XT BaaTiiiiiiiiiiinci '.'0 n.' .

XOT.'rR --- years thereafter shall House!apportionhe orRepresentatives Lots 1 to 10. Inc., Block IB _______. ', B. A. Bass _______._. __.I.II ILlSPaYee d N H of Lot a .1............ O. A Donegan ____ _ ...

) OF ADMINISTRATOR. representation the In the m.nn..4n this 1sy.. Addities ..._.. -..-._._. ........... O. Donegan --.-. -..- ...
F.. FlBBlIMeekBrge..) In of lot 14 ... 3. H. Allen ___. __ t.IB and .
< -- ---- ------- ------- --_ --- I all Lot .......... Bo 91* Lumber ____ IS,
-' article provided which apportionment .of Lot II ____u__________________ Susie J. Sublette _____..__.I____ 14.11Bw.U' Jt O. Canova .. .00 $1.11,
the last census --------------*------- ---- ------
; rvn C..rt af Ce: > iBjy Jvdge, State ..1FI.ra. hall be based upon M. Peaks .
Re-. ellTl l_ ,ef Let SB.Payne and IS 4445
by the State ofFlorida BB> : ----------------- ---- I ---------
... 01. C..t7 numeration:; taken United States whichever *- P.T.e AlCItI.s-. t _...______ -..._....._..._...._ JDonegan _..._. s. .
t Is,the or by last the taken next. before the Lots 16 and II, Block A .............. Joe RI.brd.on.. .............._ SIC .7 and 4. _________.._..___.._ I K. Meflonough _= 14... -
la' re Kslale ef Charles. F. Prevail. ... the representation Lot SO, Block A __.___._.....__.____. Pearl ._.u.............. 11 96 _____ __________._--.- M Marsh _.________- .. *..c
Notice Is hereby given to 1d". oDecemb"r. Legislature; shall ao apportioning convene. Lots S, Block B A.MIknown -----. _____u____, UOLt A"o-NeBl'a .
It that the lat
may concern. A. D. 1911 on I shall apply to Section 4 of Article VII of the Constitution ;R. :P.c-k DreuM'a-A-: _:_... ...__... A. B. Bell _. __.____.__ .__ u.70 W II ft Block B W. B.HV Arnold ---- ----- 74.91 f
Breaker ._
Judge of Is hereby amended so as to -- ----- -- ? Block D ________.__..________? _ ______ I.... -
4 the Honorable T: M p'lo; ;read follows: S. BI.k A -----------3. C. 'Griffin ____?___ .._..1 17.TO Block D _______.____.___._.... ?--__.__ ____
>a>ald Court of t., for ."When aa any new county IB created by Lot 1 F _________.____________ Stacy A. Deaver _.___I..I____H ".1" Block B .______.__..._._.__._ S.maH.rel. ....________ 11.1'
'my final dlllCh.2f..Jr Administratrixof the Legislature It hall be entitled to Lots *, S and 4. Block F ---- --------. A. L. Davidson .__.________.... 1'.01 Block B ___.____________.___._ N. Boylan ......___________ '
: the .: F.; .ninr'i one Senator and one member of theHouse Lots B and .. Block F _______1______*>- Mrs. B. A. Baas ..______....__ Block El ---------W. A. Sessions ..._.________ 111..
deceased. : and that at the same until the n. A. Hbbbsses's AaJKIeLota '
will present to said Court my final accounti of Representatlvea Block 1 _______ Miss E Blckerdlke _____ __ l.t. Addition "
enumeration provided for In Sec-i 7. 8, I and 10. __ 14 SB _ S. B. Aultman .... '
B __ _____ _
next ISIS
as administratrix of saId estate John J. i ------- v,
__ .
Block Mallory __ ___ _____ .
Lot I 8 60EH
of this article that shall betaken .------ ----------- Cattle Co.
II Donegan __
t isuid ask for their approval ion ; .. _ ________ W. 8 I C. D. I. J. 0 and P ____ ___ $....
creation of the aald of Lot S, Block ___._ Johnaon ________________ 7.SIWVi Morris
after the Lot
I. Block B ______ __ Toungblood ______
t. Dated June 9th A. D. _ ____ L. Robinson I _. ___ 1124
until the next census of S. Block ____ _ ___ --. ________ 1 SI of"Lot lV Block"O" Ellsa Leake
SARAH A. PRBVATT, numeration new county or that shall he taken by Lots 4 .Lt 6, Block S -________-._____ Jerry Bjinn ____J ____________ll 11.96EH Lot 1. Block O ..:::=::::::: Catharine Bradshaw------ == -: U ''
Administratrix.HRUIHTHATIOM :. _____.. ....... Rosa. ,
.. Deveaux. ... ... :
he United States of America after tho of Lot S. Block 1. eat ._._ '1 4, Block H __ Will a. Clark _.______ :1'.1'
,, I Block I _______ Walter ____ __ ---
of the said new county. whichever WV4 of Lt. I and A. Howard __ 10,10Lot H Int. In Bioc'cs ,
/- creation shall the sooner be taken after 1, I ........._...._..-..-._. Jesse McN..1 .__?___- _..._._._ 14.1 Lot 4. Block L M-JL1. A. B Donegan _.
Notice ii hereby ,given that the Registration of whent Lot B. Block I ___-.___._.._.__...... 1). C )cLan .._____.___.____ Lot -Block W. W. Mlmms __t.T __.. __. 31.13
._._ __
: \ he creation cfunty. Q ___ .1'
will Ir.t"oe I _________ _____ H. W. ____.._________ II _
Books of Osceola county shall be .. one1 member of Lt. I and 7. Block 11.81 Block Q _____.__.___.________. H. O. Corn.1 ___..________. 1.01
*t e open at the office of Supervisor of the House of Representatives. for everytell I, Block 14 _.._ _____..___.----A. B DoneganJi.',----------- Block R -.-______________.___ H. O. _...._____.___._ 14.1'

Iteglstratlon Monday KU'r:\ and Katie each store TuesdaN : on- fraction thnueand thereof population the same or the as major other Lots oli Lot S and 4, Block S, Block II II--_::-_.-.-::.t--::.- r"'Yu gn ..___-.-.-_.\.X-__::::--.-..-_ SS 606:4BEH of WH ft W of and Block R __ft__N _of__ A. H. flpler ______ _____._______. .7'' .

Thurnday and Saturday. from 9.00e routines" B..I. at SB cor. of WH of Lot 4. Block NW of 1011'c. SF
IS 00 m. "; friorn 2, 00 r>. mto runs W ft. N 81 ft. E SS ft. S 'I I.

Woo; r:., to .,nll InBHidlng Satur A Joint- Resolution. proposing an SI ft ______I__._ ____ ____n______ Ella Qaulden ...__.__........... S.SO .runs ft >toV4V ft_N_AVA___. Timothy O'Oar._'.__.._.____ I....
day. October 14th. 1911. Any qual.1.ielenr amendment to Section 1 of Arlcle VI Florida Lead sad iBtBreveaaeBt CB'B. 8-10 8W cor. of NW%
vhose name is .tot now on tI*. the Constitution of the State of 8.r..y. .. f F. JR. .
of Tp. R-29.
'P.rlttit1on. Books ...." register Due Florida amended by Joint Resolu- Lots I. Z. . S9. 10. 1. I and 10____ Miss E Blckerdlke __ __'_____ 11646 I. N S J09 ft runs W ' . . '
notice will he given of..t tie "r10g tlen No.aa S. Acts of 1898 relating to I Lots 21 and S4 _____ _____----__ M. D Caaler ___ ...____--._u__ SO.86EH ,: 8 S d..r..L.F %%ft 1___ H. p.guVi / ___'_;_- ________._ SS.IO
the Registration Hooks at the .......*. .,.'I ...llo-thllltV. of Lots 17 and 28 r----._____" R O.Vood ____________________ 1195 ft W of SE cor. lO Block '.lr. :
precincts throughout the riotZ. B-It' Resolved; :; bv' the Legislature of W.>4allLots A WarI.g's SsbdIINto. .I I, W 7SH 17B 't. K ft. .

111 the State of Florida: 2.. 4X .sad 48 .f 11'. I. ft "___ft.__--____ 1" CE. Boyer ....... _______ S9..0. '
Supervisor ot Registration to'B. Survey1..ots "Block"w" .
ft. S of NE of
SSBtNOT1CH That the l'.w.r..h: : amendment toSotion 1 to 9, Inc.. Plock A ____..___ Unknown .__.___...........____ 4' S ft. W 100 cor.ft. N 6SVi

1 of of Florida of the Conatltulon be and- I.ot 1 tol.In..... Block B ___n____ __ Unknown __ n_____.______ _fc 4 6C U"_________ ________- __ f. C. B. Boyer ._.._______' ____._ 1..S4) n', i'
( of the State -- ?-
OF AnIMINI"TltATOH 1.1. 1 .. Block C _________n_ Unknown ________ ____._._____I 4.Rp.ots ft. W and 176 ft. N of'SE ----- --- . 'F
FOR FINAL UiaCIIAhGB he sajne Is hereby agreed to and shall' 1 to ., Inc. Block D ________ -___ Unknown ___u__________________ 4 59 W. runs N 200 ft. W 7SH cor.ft. ---
be submitted I to the electors of theState .
1916 Lot 1. Block B --------- ---- R Whltttd ,. .91 B 71U ___________.._ C. B. Boyer. .......______ $SSS
at the general election In ::::::::: : : : : ft I n ---- --
tit TObllT OF TUB rOUNTY JfnGE.STATK Lots 2 to 9. Inc. Block E ,--- Unknown :. : ::::: :.::::: : 4.19
OF I'I.ORInA. OItICOt.AeDIJNTY. for ratification or rejectionSection ; of the I.ot 1 to 9. Inc. niork F Unknown _IIIIIIIII_IIZIIZI 4 RT 1._'. SBbelrUloB la Metkewe' '
I. Every male person l.t. 1 to 9. Inc., Block O -r- Unknown 4 fl lea- ,w
Heelella P....... age of twenty-one years and upwardswho Lotsi toP.lnc.BlOckH Unknown __ 4 and 7. Block B R. L. Starling -----3 oi
'I.Notice re Estate Is ef .. to all whomIt la a citizen of the United Statesat .OtB. tO *. Inc, Block I .---.- Unl'nown .___ 61 : and 8. Block B-::::::::::::::: 8. 8. Busia ...::::::=:::::::::: 7.81
.c..hrptr..tlt: the the time he applies to r"ll..ter shal'he 'l : Block J ._ Unknown _ : .
may o on 10th day all Lots tO 9. I nc. -fc- ._ : pLots MaBfcetfa SaBdlvlalesi I. Mat.
A. n 1911 I shall. apply to o..m.d qualified at 1 tO 9. 'nc. Block K --- Unknown _.____ A.el l.B- .
4 the Honorable: ; T M Murphy. Judge of und.r the Con.tluton of the l.otsl to 9. Inc.. BloOkL Unknown .._._.__ and I. Block A u_____________ Mrs Theresa Fluke -----.----- 5.0$
aid (Court a. Judge of Probate for my State of Florida he poeseases -- Lots 1 to 9. Inc.. Block M Unknown ____ __--unu____ 459Lots and 6. Block B __u_________ S. 8. Bu... __.___._.__.__._____ .....
final discharge .. Administrator of the the following additional qualifications 1 to inc., Block N .- Unknown 4 59 Patrlrk'a AdaitlBB.
.estate of Roslella I>ar>on. deceased; his lots 1 to 9.: inc.:. Block O --::.-------- Unknown :::-.::::::::::::::::::: 459 Block A -_-_u____________ A. B. Don..f ....._ _._______ ."
and that at the same time I will present He shall hate resided nlace and of abode had In Lots 1 to 9. Inc. Block P ____T___ __ Unknown _nn_________________1Weeaall 4.11' Lot 1. Block P--------------- J. W. ....._ _.._______ !!..!
to said Court my final accounts permanent hor. and Deyle'a of Miller's SBbsUrleleB ef Let 1.
he State of for one year and .1"1.1. .
as Adrnlnlatrator of said estate and l..t IUI..B4. ST cad's. I H- '
ask for their ant-oval In the county wherein he applies thereto toregister Survey- 8 _______ ____ ____ _n________ J. W. Thompson ....___________ 11..'

Dated. March 8th. A: n 111*. for six months previous 1 to 16, Inc., Block A ____u_____ Unknown u__ ___. ______u..__ 11.S8 ft. B of SW cor of Bock H. ,
A. E. CROUOHT. read write ..ndInt..rpr.t Ll. 18 to SO Block A ______. U, _h__ Amanda Coslns ______ ____ ____ .1 B I ft N 106 ft, W I 8
able to
; n-o.m'mo. Administrator. He must be section of the Constltu-. Lots 8 and 10 to .. Inc. BloK B-- Unknown ------ nnn u __ ID.I _ __--___ _-- _____ James Smith ...... ___________ 1I.OH
of the any State ot Florida at the time Lots \ 8, 4 6. 8. 7. 8. 10.: I? 13 14, ft. W of NB '

::. NOTICE TO CREDITOR*. lon he applies to and vote. :r-. \.t 18 19 and SO. Bloc C __. -- T'nkrbwt.; ____ ____________ ___ 9.,r H. rune 8 4314 ft r.WofIOr::
rell.t"r ft. E 60 ft ___ J. W. Thompson ..._______ ...,
He must own own r ght prop lots 18. Inc., Block D ____u ____ Unknown __.----_ _____n_ __ __ 14 sLots i- n
'c111f] COURT OF TilE COUNTY JUDGE.STATE to the value of not less than nve.undr..d 4 to 30. Inc., Block B __________ Unknown ____________ _n______ 14.C7Lots NW cor. of Block I,
OF KI.ORIHA. O.CE.t. erty .. which fact shall b Ii to SO. Inc, Block F ____n_ Unknown ____ __________n______ 11.57 ft. S 105 ft. K 28%.fh.8..1.0. ft.,
N 131 ft __..__ .__ A. Davidson ____________ II.IS
01.A 'OVNTY. ... .. "dol.r.,. by the assessment Lots < to 9. Inc. Block 0 ________ A. E Donegan ___,_------------ S.76Lots fl L
. books of the county at the time he to IS. Incn Block O.-.-------. Unknown ___ ___ _____u______ 1.10 '. f. E. of NW cor. of Block T..
I S ft E 26U ft 8 SO ft. W .
I and H E S 7f .9.
; SB re Estate ef Wllllasa M'eekerly.To applies to register and vote. Lots 15. ---->------.-. A. Donegan : :::::::::: : I : S 12',4t E 147U N 4SH ft. '
Lots and NH 17. Block H Q. j. Bass _ :: : : BOB i.
He must not have. been orlt -- 10S ;
Dlstrlbu.ters .' '.. ef Let ft. ft. W ._--_-.. j j. DannElla u__ ________'..11
all Credltora. Legatees. Claimsor .. to the time he applies to register J H..f W..I.. . Block I ________-______._______ F Olbbs II..II--------..-- .*
and all Persons having of robbery forgery W 1..7. If'
vote larceny .
Demands against said I Estate: or bribery In any of i. Lots I. S. I. 14. 16. I______ j H ___________________ 189" : Block N -------.-------------. C. W. Dann
perjury or Wood.1 : : ::::::::::::::= : :
You and .each of you are hereby State or of the UnitedStates. Lots 9 and 10 _________________ __ __ B L. _____n____________ S Of Block N --------------3. P FoxJulius. -. : Bill
notified and required to present any courts of any If convicted he Lot 11 _____________---____--_ ______ 0.0. Blake u_____.___._________ '.11 Block P ___ ____.____________ Hyde est ._.____.__ 1'.41
so -
claims and demands which, you. or been or restored to the rights of cltsenshln Lot 17 ________--_ _-___--____ ______ Fred ________________ I Lot .. Block Q __L__-________ O. C. Schul. __-..___________ 16.40
either of you may have against the I Lots SI and SS ....___...______.....- J F McDn.1.__________n____ S Of, .. Harwell's Re-Sabalrlslea ef
-. -estate of William Weckerly, deceased.late Provided, however. ThaI no personor Lots SI and S7 ____________---------. Ellsa Leake .-__._____ ___ S.90M.
Lot Lot 7. Block U Sam ......__ ___ 11..'
of Osceola County, Florida to the lineal descendent of any such person C. BlBBPBBreTB. ajHk.iivi.iBB of Let Har.1 _
undersigned Administrator d estate January first. 1817. or ef F. SS.. r.' SBi-rey Lot.T."t-Of __n__________ C. H. AI..n _____-____________ 33.41

within two years'ha date prior wno thereto.1. on entitled to vote underthe Lot.6 na ______________.____n__.....__... Oscar H Cooper ...________.... 1.S6 110 ft of lot 1. Mra Moseley _________' .....
"er"of. [ Constitution and laws the Lot 7 ________n__________....________ Francis E Cooper ___...__...... Lot 1. Block Y _______________ Mra Daisy Bears __________-_ 12.41
Dated .Tuly IS. A. n 1111.A. States or Territories or ofnntrt to Lots 22 and SS _________.___ _______ Wm. Barnes. ..____.________..__ 1.J Block Y _____________:______.. P. A. Vans AgnewJ. ---_-.h_ .1.4
K: TROtUIH't. vote under anyform of Lot II ________________________. _____ Wm. Same ____________n_______ Block Y ______________________ W. Thompson ...___ __ _
Sl-9t: AdministratorI or anynatursiised citls.nor e' ed"t Lots S. and 29 ___________.___________ Lee Sarah Jacobs _____.___.... 1.1. of Lot 1. Block OC___._-______ J. W. Thompson ...____._____ ..4.
__._ .1'J DD __ __ I
L L 11* BBMIvlBlBB ef Let a ft of Lot Block ____ C. J. N..I.of -__________ 17.79..
I f,. NOTICE OF KLBCT10 register scenaanis.and snail vote ue : :: he ine.h "i"n < .W.f F.H.I-KI.I. AadltleBLots - of W 100 ft of Lot J Block DD J. A'Hulqutt ______ '.1.

be able to read and interpretany 1 and S __.___._____,_____________ H. Burney ____________._____.__ S.90Lots ft. of Lot I and S,. less I
Whersas Legislature of 1915. un- section of the. Constitution of theState 11 and IS _______________________ J. MoNeal _______________ s.90I FF ___----- J M Bryan est ._____._ .1...
; ... .dlr! the Constitution of 1886. of thetafe of Florida. .above provided or .".._ H ft Banff 40 ---------_-__-._____ _.,_n l -M- ___n________ _tan.u ft of Block N of A. C. ."Rfi: W. O. Han kins .. __________ I. -"
,.k-M ,* [ of Florida did pass three jointresolutions because he shall : H. w. --i )Mlvt leB ef Let A. ....'. R.fBbeUvtB4ev e>f ;t
proposing' amendments to the value above 0cl'; ; f.J OM .1 F. L. I. Ce-s. .. Andrews BafcdlvtatBsi of B- c,
. tha Constitution of the Btate of Florlda citizens of the United .., Lots' IS and SS ____... .-.,-. ___.- Pappy _______________?__ 1.17 0 ..* lt 4 ., A. C. L. R, -
and the came were agreed to by a tt the time they apply, and before S4 ................__----__".--- M W. Thurman, est. .._...... 4.48 to 11. Ino__....______.__-__ IC p. Butler ______ 1.91 .
'vote of three-fifths of all the members shall be admitted to register, shall Lt 19. F. Oo's. addition ...--.-. 1 Donegan ___.__-__._______ less 8 ft. In Block 11 __ w. J. Nelson _____ ,....-.5. .
; elected to each house that the votes present to the registration officer cer. White *I.. Sebd3v-isie BJ e f B lUl of Block IS _.___...___ __.__. A,.; J. Johnson ..________ ....1
t ,on Bald joint resolutions were enteredTupon Ideate[ of his n.tur.I..tlo". or a duly ef ... L. Ssirvey. ., ',. .,; and a, Block IS -,----..-...._. J. Dibble *------------ fl.2$
their respective Journals, with authenticated Lot Pa Lt. C. r. Griffin .....-.'._. -.t .i__. 108 Block II ...........-_.__.__ ., A. Lusk ...-......_____._. 55.44
IT nays thereon, and they See. .. Upon the ::ftlon 'of this Lota .r--------------------- p.o., $ Lot 1. Block SO ,..._________._. Mrs. Trumal Johnson.....__ 5.11
1Itd,1.t.rmlne'and direct that the Bald amendment to the Con.fluton. the Lot 83.P. L. I. Co' addition--_-..... M..T.White.------------5.0- < .lok. SS .___?._.__________. Z T,: ___..__--.2....
joint resolutions be submitted to the Legislature shall . at 8E cor. of lot 7S runs W 10B Water .._ Additlea-. '

erectors of the State at the "general laws to carry the purpose of th..mendm.nt B"f. N S10 : E 106 : S S10 ft. tax I and .____. _._________.. Moody Pipkin ? ___ SLOB .
election! In November 191 e. Into .t..ct 1914 __ _-n-- ------: UnknOwn _u___ ______._.______ S.SS BSUM Addltle. '
Now there-fore I, 1-1. Clay Crawford. at RE cor. of Lot 78 runs W 106 __..._ ______..__._____..._ __ T. 1 Feucht ______ I.f'
Secretary of State of the State of Florida The vote cast In compliance with ft N ue ft, J 106 ft. a S10 ft. taxof and I .___,_--______._____I_. A. 1 Donegan _____ __ f.I'
do hereby give notice that h"c gen- said proposed amendments and thee.nv. UI '_-__ _____----- Unknown __________ ____________ S.SB LeelerB AdeUtleat .
.election-wilt be held In ..., and returns B"1011 ft 8 of NW-c r. of lot '113. runs .... R. W. Melklajon 1.?
ty In Florida on Tuesday next succeeding thereof .d..c.r.tlon. to the sameregulations & 117K ft 8 106 ft W 1S714 ft. N I ---::::: ::::::::::::::I:::::II M. J. ,Hicks .--_.:::_ =: 2.
the first Monday in November A. and restrictions as are 106 ft -- Chas. McCoakey 1140 ft- Johnston
---- ------ ---------- ------------------------.c------ R
D. 1911, the said Tuesday being the .r.1 electionsIn W. H. jf.- ilftml m ;t ... '". 67 6. and 89 __._____ B. Donegan _----------------7.- SS

eventh day of November for the ratification the .d8bl..I.1'rf: Paira .. Preeipeet ______________ .____...________ Dan Johnson _._.___ _,....___ ".
or rejection of the said Joint In I have hereUnto Park (S.k-Dlv. at Let 'V9). A. L. Holmes B.Jl .
resolutions proposing amendments to my d the Great Lots 1 and 4 _---...-_----------_____ J. W. Thompson _____--._nn_ 180 :=========--=-:::::::::::::::::: Oscar Baas ....-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- =-_.--.-.- S.7B

the Constitution to the State of Flor- Seal of the State of Florida at Talla- I'. S4. S6 and SI '______nnn__ n. Kelley ______________________ 1196 .. Joel T = II 18.11
Ida vii: ...... the Capital this the twentyfifthtee. Lot *<-t P. betas B *... .. : oll'lln-_::::::::::::::::::: B. L. :r.-::::::_:::--:::::::. BOS

of JUlyHACLAr'c3RAWFORD.SSSmos et Lets H... s r. . .'. ___________ ________.________ J. C. Moore __.____...___....... S.7B
A Joint Resolution proposing an amenment ? ,> S.rvey- UllyB ABdltlOB

to Section 9 of Article 9 of the 1. Secretary of StateNOTICR T.t 9 and 10 __--____________--___ W. D Frace ____n_ ___________ 9.IB and S. Block 2 ____________u L. Polk ___________. _______.... 14.|( .
State Constitution relating to taxation 1.1. 26 and SI ----------n-n-- T.' J.. Curry __________u________ 15611 Block S __s-- _____ ____ __ Berry P.daet ____..__.._..._.__ '.1.
and finance. Lot 93 (less canal) f. survev-.j. B Clark _nu_____--__ 11 I pevesTBB'a.u abe'lvlelBti ef K V4 ,
Be It Resolved by the Legislature ofthe OF APPLICATION ANn !-!.. Crest Ii.I. Lets 87BBd % of NKV4 ef NW% See. 2
State of FloridaThat : IIRHII tJN.nCR) IUC..Ol 5, 8H- s&. n so)-

the following amendment of STB GENERAL IITATUTII Till Lot I un.________nuun_____ W. E. Walsh ________ _____ and I. Block 1 W F. Hargrove _. BOB
R"f Article of the Constitution 8T..TI OF .( ____--__--____------__ A. E Donegan ______n_______ 44 I Block 2 ---_ -_:::::::-:::::::: Breaker A Barclay _._...__..___ S.ll: '
of the. State relating" to taxatlmand Lots 7 and 8 ______--____ ______--__ Mrs Lola O Cole __ __________ 2 nmtlrrAaaJtteBj-
finance. Is hereby agreed to and Notice Is hereby given that Mrs J. Lots 18 to 18. Inc. ________--______--__ Mrs .. '1'. Cooper _____________u 11. square In NE ror Block S ____ H H., Drlggers 11.9(
hall' be submitted to the electors of C. Mi I n "r. purchaser of Tax Certifi Lots 10 to 48. Inc n________n___ ___ A. B Donegan ______ ___ _n___ 1..0 CBraBB's Aaaidea X
the State for adoption or rejection at the 8th July Hebert flees AdditionHkeeoBBker's A B Williams I SSS j, '
the next f general election hereafter. : A.It.Nit14. h'I"f1... Said C rlloa In HBBdlTlslea. ef leeks f IocA A ::::::::::::::::-.::::: r Donegan :

say, that S.'ctlon 9 of Arti made for -I>1, BBd II.". Block C ________ __ _______ le.l.v ..::::::::_::_:::;:_ 5.12dfe
rtlll'.r': the Constitution of the Statebe to Issue In to Lot 2 -_----_----_____--_--___ __--__ E Woolen ____ ___u_______ 8 to 8. Inc. and 12 and 12. Blk L. F. 1'0
amended. to read as follows: law 1..otl Ellta Bunn _nUuunu__ 15 8 and 9. Black D _______.____ Bt.lri.iiii :::::::::::::; 11.4': "
"S.cllon'. There shall be exempt Said Certificate embraces the follpwtng ..k.8n.B lB .ee Heights.
from taxation property to the value of described lying and benMtunte "HI." ., to 31 Inc. Lots 38 to 47. Inc.

five hundred dollars to every widow In rI'dllcO State of Lots land 2 _--___--_--_ ____--_ J H Robinson __-____._____ __ I* 62 61. Lots 97 to 109. Inc. Lots
that has a family dependent on her for Florida. to-wlt: I Lot 4 _--__--._--__--___ _____----___ Anna Williams _________nn f O to 118. Inc, Lots 119 to 121, Inc._ Donegan Cattle Co. .._______... SO.IS
euDPort and to every person who la. a The N% of SW(4( of SW'4 of SE 4 Lot ----_--__--_----------__ --___ Loua-enla. Wright ___u_________ IZ and IS _.___n__._____ ___ H M Haneell _______________ 1.3T
bona fide resident of the State nnd has end SEW of HWI of < lost a limb or been disabled In war or I (30). p Twenty-nix Heir o"CRFf ror: of Block TT.. ____n__ __ ___ -__ _____ Frank Vans Agnew ......__.__. ..tiDonegan V
bv misfortune ((2ft South Range Thlrl-on. ((31) rune\VlOft NtOft.EgOft.SlOft l.. Davis __________ -_____u 4 .toBa Park.
East. All except S 220 f of F 38 f of Block R to 6. Inc.. Block 1 _?___ _____ Cattle (0. ___._!...____ SSSDonegnn
A' Joint Resolution proposing an The ....I lands. being anacKneri In the WL. for -- Unknown ------ nn___ to 6 Inc. Block S uu________ Cattle -..__-__- S.SS
amendment to Sections 2. 3 Hurt: 4 ot.Artfrle name of l. ( R Potter, at the date All except gJ ft of 9k4ssiir'r k Blocic S ___ _____,---n------- Mrs F. H. Morton ____I_________ 1.OS

VII of the Constitution of the of of suM". WU for of ___ "nknow. _on --____--________-- 8 8 Block 4 --___.--____----____ Hull Bass h______ _____________ 1.OS <. I
State of Florida relating to census Unless said. CprUlcal. .h:1 be redeemed N 40. of flock XL. tax of 1914 _'___ A. c BBSS --______________ _-- 1 I"N Block 6 nhunuu_ C. F. Ashman -._____........... 1.08C
and apportionment .... Dm'edwill 40 f of Block XL tax of 1916 ---- s. C. Bass ________--______--_ 1.10 Block 11 _n.uun.u__ Ashman __n_?.__.______ 1.OS
Be It Resolved by the'Leglslature of issue thereon on the 2nd day or \tatero> A.'. G. r. ReSnUntvlelBB to Block 7 _. Donegan Cattle Co. ............ ISO
the State of Florida: September, A. IX 1918 ef."II// ..* I9> to \06. Block M ::--::-::::::::: Donegan Cattle Co.: _......____. ISO
witness hand and 011.1&seal sKlsslmmee. Woodall 1 10 Block Donegan Cattle .
10 J H
That the following.amefldnleflhs of the Slate of Florida to- .. the of August I AI.Ootf{ Block-hHH8.-IZ --TiW:::::: Mrs Anna Tano-_::::::::::::::- 7UI t'4. {Inc, and'I.-t --.-.-Inc.---.--Block---" Co------ ----- 71

the Con.tltuUon the are hereby agreedto. A. I). I Beg 60 ft S of NE cor of Block C3 Donegan Cattle Co. .._______.__. B.If
be and same shall bn submitted to J. L OVPRATREET. runs S 60 ft. W 99 ft. N 60 ft. E 99 ft Alonso Green ____ ___u_________ 6 I I'Vnd i B locV fS IIIIIIIIIIIIII Foster Newton ...... ___.__.__. 1._
and the same State at the. general Clerk Circuit O.ceola E>* of C3. except. lands to Allen. A I and 10. Block 11 _________u_ A. B Nelson __.__... _.___.__.__ 1.01 "
the electors of the for ratification or re- State of Florida Oren and D Smith __n B______ __ A. B Donegan _.__......__.__.. ,. to 8. Inc, Block IS ____.-_____. M. M. Marsh _____________?______ a.tO)
election. In 1911 (Circuit Court Seal) SS-6t WV4 of Block CS _________un__ _n Mra Josie Bass ________________ 10 : Block IS R W Melkeljon -------------- 1.54
j.ctlon: Article VII Is hereby All NW oor of Block : Block 14 :::::::::::::::::::::: Mrs. Belle Donegan __...____ 1.S*

Section S of to read as follows: IN THE ('IRCIIT roilRT. STATIC OF : 198 ft. N 70 ft. W f911 Block 14 ______________________ Ada Alley __.___ ___._.__..__: 1..0>
amended Legislaturesthat so a. shall convene FLORIItA.SKVKNTH .cf\Jf' :- -"--___ I. J. __________________ 2$ ' Block 14 __________u__________ Miss F Donegan ____....______ 1.10 '
"The of 1 19 and thereafterhall Lot"l. Block 3. runs- P.dget I Block 14 __unn--------u Mra F. Donegan ..._____.___ iso "
In consist the year of one member. of the JliniriAI., ..H.ttT.OI'EOL' B..o.107% ft. W 198.ft. N 107% ft. E to I. Inc. and 1. 9 and 10. Blk II Donegan Cattle Co .__________. ...
COVNTYlN ft J. Bass DBS>eaTBB>s debdlTt.leB ef WH, of
Senate from member each county of the In the House State ofRepresentatives -- CHANC'lfY. 19S -- kT:::::::::::::-?_--- H Q. fl Slever--:::::::::::::::::::: lU ) 1/ H sad BH ef an 'A Bf ,

and of one from each county tr. The City ef KI_'.._. T.ndzR. Block I _un------_ Mrs T. J Bell ________________ S3' H : la, Tp. 24. IL 34- ;
ten thousand ofpopulation a Mssieipai C,'.._. .. Lots 1 and S and N% of Lot I, Block 8 Henry Partln I________n________ 41. 4 6. 'IO"k 6 __n____________ Mrs 0 Norton __._____________ III
the State for therein every or the major fraction .... .I..t. All of Block 9 _nn____________ M. Whldden _________________ 41. 4 Inc.. Block 7 _____.------ K.K.Leland. _________________
and S and all Lot 3. L J. J Griffin .. 1.84
thereof where ovtfr there after may be dividingthe a major 11'. OlbBa. and ..... H. Glbbs. N"Block of Lt.__nnnnnn.n 1 M M Marsh -_______,------- S3. S r.oi.kln'c.-il-:::::::::::: A. B. Donegan----.::_::::::::::::-. S,1T

fraction left of population of thcounty1 < Ell D.Iesda.ts.It All of Block 17 --_______----____--___ Mrs F. McIntosh ___ u_______ 84M _____________ Pat Johnston .... ._..__.._.._._ l.t ',
whole number ten thousand R2 ft of Block 18 _--____ ___-._--_ W. Tlner ______uu______ 18.' LBWBBB AeldHisa.
by the each county shall havet appearing by affidavit appended to Hra NW cor of Block 20, runs 8 100 R I and 4, Block 1 __________.___ Z T. RI.11 ________------------ I." '.
Provided, that and that the bill filed In the above-stated cause ft. E 100 ft N 100 ft. W 100 fet _n_ Mrs. Frlscllla Baaa eat ._______ SS.9 L BB_
: least one Representative. have more than three that Ella F Jlbbs and John H. Qlbb T.ot.2.; 8 and B. Block A .________n_ Mrs Emma Bass _______________ S7. 191.3 ft. W of NE cor of NBK of .
defendants therein ] TT B B ___ 13' 8eo IB. Tp. SI. R 1$. rune 8 J
the Lot L. Minx
Repr".nbUv.. . In the members Houae of of Renresentatlvea the are nonresidents of the state nama. Lot 8. :l B :::::::v-:::::::::::::: Elisabeth Robinson------- ---:::.-::: 4' ft. W 113 ft. 8 SOS ft, W S46 '

The shall be Ida and are residents of Uvalda Montgomery N' Lots : I. Block D O C. McLean .________:._______ S3.8 N IS..46 ft, to. H section or city ft
House of RepresentatIves of two and county G..orlrle. over the age All except of Lot 1. -.l----n- R L. _______________ SI then B 601 ft. to beg. tax of 4
.elected for a term years therefore I f At.rlnl 14. _ Hamilton ________ : I
Is Block
of J
shall be of twenty-one years; IW 60 ----------- ----- - -- L A ..
.eo tha members' term of bfnu"j.t.;: yeaea exoept ordered that said nonresident defendants Br lJ'f 8 of NE cor of fx'til R. 8t.rlnlr 191.Vft"W'of"N B"corner" NEIL ,
elected for a provided. The .lec- be and are hereby required to appear M. runs W 99 ft. 8 I ft. 8P Sec. IB Tp. SB R S9 runs i

as hereinafter for each branch shall to--tho bill of complaint filed.In N 60 ft _______------____ 3 H. 8mll ________________ '. 11.- ft. WISftS3OlftW f
tion for members and places. Tha said cause on or before Monday fhSnd Lot W of A. O. I* Ry In Block P N F. ------- -- 431.41 ft to H BOO. or city
1 'be at the same of time aerators elected In day of October, A. D. 1911. otherwise All of Blocks R and 8 -_------w-:::: Mra. B. ;Collier :::: ::= . then B 10. ft. I be-, tax .'
-..rm of office: the first Mondayin the allegations of said bill will All of T and U _____ Mra 30btn ____ $'. 1.11 -----. A. Hall o" ------ 31.41
111! shall: expire on of office.ofpenafors be taken by said defenda.nta. .. Blck. lad AileUtleB of 8E l ------------------1-- : -., -5- .' 111.414
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April, lilt In ISIS from the fol. Lot I ...___.....__..__.,...-.-___.... Fred Robinson ---- .-------- 3 NJ of 8E% 8 1" Tp I. -
.n counties elected to-wit: Esoambia It Is further or.re4 that this order : -- ----------_------ .** W, Jackson __________ .. I' _, __. ------ --- I r Xte,__n"L". .. 1"".'
-tt lowing Madison. La- be published for four con 1J. | .ilrs.& 9.- f J. 01 8W, of ST, 8 1 ,
ttadaden Jackson. .Leon 1 7. h
Colombia. Nassau Du- secutlve weeks In the Kisslmmee Val- Block 1 ------ rl. P. Basa ------- 2.6 I N. .__. .
L Val TayatterTaylor. Marlonf riumter. Jefferson Lee.oftroI. 1.p-.Oas.tte.. a newspaper In Block T -.___,.--- M. J. Hleka. ..... 1 1 ."of----t-l-, :.K 8 I -
VpImnU.'Harnliton.AIstchna. said county and .state. Lot 3. ,=--r=_.-WT-S--=--- Mrs. C i C Kulpar ___-..-- '_ .1 I' t= .--- z---- E A I .- ,I"f ,
Putnam. Ibis Und day of A"p.t utI Blot . cor. of Lot 1. runs .' flw oflw" WIK "t"
'Plnellaa. Browafd.Brevard. . .rr.: Beach and'Levi. :i 1,1' L. OVERJ1. ,H .derraea. ,I* ft. N 47 derrees.iW I I,I _______ ___ .l ."' > ,,
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SPECIAL.. CORRESPONDENT It was for .the purpoce of demonstrating they firmly bej) vo' will bo beneficial

to the people of Kistimmee to the town and community Z. Baas, "Dodsoi's$ Lhtr TMI" Starts Your Liver Tone tonight Your itniprlit) dealerM'll
I how valuable this building could be Milton Pledger, E. L. Lesley, Carson I you a ,SO tint bottle!. of DodIOOD'.Jl.h'l'r *,;.....
Mr. Harry who accompanied 4444444444404444 Farmer, D. G. Wagner, Mrs. R.' B. Don't Toms under mj personal money
Dodge! Bitter Thai Calomel! and Yon
his brother Frank Dodge, and SHINT.LE CREEK. 4 to tho town that a .Iibi'ari n-ho&tel'lll' Savage, J. H. Reed II. M. MeClaln, back guarnntw that such spoonful wilt
mother here a month ago, deparlxc! d 4444444444444444Mr. was employed last winter, the house May & Stout Lumbpr; Co., Roma Lost Day's Work clean your sluggish( | l I liver .better than a
Wednesday morning for, his ill kept open all day to tourists, townspeople Thomas, G, M. Taylor i dose of fusty' caliimel and that It won'tmake

Bedford,' Or?gon.! The lattT: will and :Mrs. Ed. Ivcy, of Lough- and country people, that W& k'-I Mrs. Hall (Western Union, ) has you nick, + '
spend the winter here. Mrs. Dodge! man, visited relativeo here week, Iy receptions end entertainments pledged a treo and the planting, also Liven up your sluggish liver! Feel. Dodson's Liver! Tone !II real liver "
t is much improved in health since her: Mrs. S. S. Berber, Mr": Ycung and high class warD held free of charge, Mr. Breaker, of the firm of Breaker' fine and cheerful i make your'work a ", rdirinr011'11 know it next morning
arrival here. Th-sy will, occupy the children, Mrs. K. S. Floyd end daughter ; that tho house wag used freely for receptions & Barclay. i pleasure; be vigorous and full of ambi !Ucanwou will \\.kl'. lip foiling fine,
cottage belonging to Miss Maud Gil and Mrs. Lizzie Fiord were pleasant by churches and societies Why should] not Klssimmec have a tion. But take BO nasty, jlanpraii| jour liver, will !I.. working;' lioaJarbaund 3a
y. There was a registration book and all house sucii; I calomel because it makes you sick and stomach will be
Jill on New York avenue. pallsrs at the Woo&.II hoi.i last) community as many an- dixr.inesa |gone:
Miss Lillian Mayes efltcrtaincd the Thursday afternoon. tourists were ucfrou to register rvnd in other progressive town has? you may lose a, day's work. hwift and bowels. Iegular.Dodsnn's -.-"'
r 15 some cases in the list visitors The council has Calomel 1 II or quickfiiher
Dorcas Club on Tuesday, Auguust Mr. and Mrs. E. L. D. Overotre examining generously agreed the .... ) her Tone i i. rnlmljW! '.t:
which 'I necrosis i of bon.
Mrs, found friends registered whom to keep the about causes
her. grounds
at the home of her grandmol ) :' Ark. instead J ofGreen the house and. n not ,
for Hot
i< left springs, bile like t table. thrixfWn IjiirmNm < "
Calomel crashes into
did know in
they not condition. There sour
Goodrich. The next meeting Ki were in our city. good ere further .
Charles \ in the Hi! !lilrnn.MillxniH
Spririgs s was reported salivate.I Give; ,it to your <
1 at All these things done free of plans worked dynamite breaking it up. That's when
Farr were
will be with Miss K'athrine of the Uazitte. After being! out to arrange using D)".IIMIII'PI, .
last\ issue of are
i in the suburbs, with a picnic charge. There was practically no income croquet and tennis grounds and a you feel. that awful nausea and cramping. i Ample| | .
home 'luiiiolnow
)her while Hot '
at i
spending o they TOile inxlnnl i nf dangerous'
Springs Listen If to I Liver |
29. The plan of paying dues did place for the rId classic of to me! you want (enjoy L
!, dinner, on August w,1I'hit Mrs. Ovcrbtrcet s relativesin game liver'anil bowel lour .JIIIIId.t will ....11 you tlmt
Hume 11, Mayes, Jr. celebrated his not yield !sufficient'! funds. Towards quoits. Many of our tourists would the niepit, gentlest ( ) .
Kansas and to arrive home Luluuiil ttluioat stopped
: expect sole of 10
the the close of the winter the enjoy such for l'lean'sing. ever-experienced just take the
to 10th birthday on August\ 14th at about October 1st.I season a place resting and you .
home of his grandparents: Mi and city council wan asked for an appropriation playing; games.It a spoonful\ harmless DoJaou'u Liver entirelyhere.
i Mrs. Charles Goodrich; on :Maryland' 1 P. Tyson and daughter, Miss Susie to help carry on this work, may readily bo seen that benches .
i avenue. There were twenty MX of and MIMS: Alberta Anderson attended the value Of which had been demon- ,will be needed on the lawn. If some ----- -- "
his friends pl'el OOOOO
played and music on the gruphophone(' Sunday morning''ultel' time did not see its way clear to make needed thing instead of donating
. till 4:3O:: p. m, when the tail)) came togo ] '\ Bro:ison went to Tampa on such an appropriation. money, let him ,.ive a bench or
; to the dininc room, where the table iSaturday to visit Mis. ISronson, whois During! the summer!'! it had been difficult benches. INSURANCE: and REAL ESTATE ; ;
i :; \ was beautifully decorated and a in a hospital there. without funds to keep the library Some of tho '!::Jdit>1 who have spent
birthday cake with ten candles and I :Mr and Mrs A. R Dennis, Mrs. open for the use of ticket hold- sleepless nights worrying over the ,
In j ice cream and cake. A good. time :s {Anderson aid daughti Mica Margaret ers.. The committee in chargo not difficulties met ana obstacles to ,be Let us insure your Life, your Health, your Property. : :
reported by all present J and SOl.; Elton, motored to Or- only had no funds but were in debt overcome, who have walked and
Mr. and Mrs Clyde Edwards, who lando and other points Sunday. for some of the past season',_expen- worked over ton winter eatertamments Information in regard to property for "
have been at Mt Dora for some time Revival meetings \/cr: ct.arW on.. ses. The Mist-is Phrigo scrvc fas and at every opnortunity have "
arrived here Friday evening and expect I Wednesday night by our pcstor, Rev.G. librarian during several weeks without explained the plans end aims of the and rent cheerfully given. 1' .

to remain. L Reaves, -nd will continue for remuneratior.. The committeehas committees, have been greatly astonished In addition fifteen other companies we 1
to good ,
"r Mr. G. E. McEndree returned home I,ten days. now devised the plan: of asking when asking for financial sup :
%i_ last Friday evening\ after spending support for the work in tho form of port, to find the impression upon a now represent the well<< known
the summer with. his daughter\ in Oklahoma I H. L. Overstn-e' ,of Cai-.pbcll Sta- small uniform, monthly donat.ions-50 few that the house was an exclusive
He came home by way of tion, spent Tuesday here on business cents a month is asked for but larger sort of play thing for certain ladies HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York y 4D.
Columbus, Ohio, where he visited I,subscriptions. have been offered and who used it for tea parties and especially -
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..l", friends I 1 \gratefully al'ceptP.d. Here follows a invited guests! This never was > G.a..crN"'E: : :
J Mrs. W. L. Hackett, wife of the -0- NARCOOSSEE. list of those who hove subscribed to true of this bouse! --certainly: such an
' ; late Rev. W, L. Hackett, died! at six I 4444444444444444 this work since the last list publishedtwo idea cannot be In many: ..nds after Second Floor Gtizens Bank Bldg. t KIssimmee: Fla. :
o'clock Monday evening at the home weeks ago The ladies are very diet publicity given these plans last
of her daughter, Mrs Urbane May, of I! Mrs 1 McMuilm\ left Wednesday grateful;: for this assistance::; which winter. O..OO..O.O.OOOOO.OOOOOO OOOOOOOOO.OOOOO OOO.OV

Tampa. Her remains were accompanied -.: morning for a visit to her children -----.----- ....---. .. .. . . . .. . -- t
here Tuesday evening by her and old friends She will be gone I The Vero-Indian River Growers' \
x daughter\ Mrs Ophelia IJissett, of aboutix) weeks and will be missed I Association will set; out from 300,000to
Tampa, and the nurse Mrs :Maggie' I very much ill the Sunday school 400,000 strawberry plants this sea
Gilbert met the The rnnnv fiends 0: !Mrs R. 1 I.,
'c Milligan. Mr Frank Homer Tindall, of ("ompt\ny B now son.
friends at Kissininiee Tuesday evening Kirkland will Lc gi i:/id to learn of
at Black. Point, was around Sctunlavshaking R. S. FLOYDDealer
I. [' \ and the icmums were taken to hinds with Iris friends and; her death, whim/ occurred ?t Atlrnta, Lax-Fes. *Mild, Effectlv. Laxative i Uver Tonic

1 the Cnrlson undertaking pallor The i'<-hiti\' .c-s, who were glad to1..-(- him (;n., August, lr>th. :Mri Kirkland wa Cat Not Gripe nor Disturb Jhe Stomach.In .
( Kt\ Cookein '
funeral was conducted l'hurchVed.w by -. and to know he is pit'ncc: eth Wi'so' of addition to other properties, Lax-Pot In t
the Presbyterian J He1 ha gained fourteenpounds contains
Cascara in form
position i acceptable a
attended 1 l hy Ki "immeehl're sh" bor1 and
and wn }
day at 10 a. m wiii :
in two months llo\v is that Itimulatln Laxative and Tonic. Lax-Fos
$A a large concoui'v' of home people"nt Tain:Mi" for n fellow' staiving'! rented, living: !here until ,:,e reached I acts effectively? and does not gripe nor Groceries Hay, Grain and Feed ,;':
Bissett returned .1, Ilaibur returned lat: Wcilnosd! At same time, it
fi pa Thuisdaevening! Mrs I Ixm Du-fcniloif) left from u visit to his children and; Nichols, Da, with! her mother and l lL dige.lionarouapstheliver and secretions g Mr. and Corner and Dakin Ave.
and restores the functions. SOc. Broadway
'I lends i in Cincinnati. The old gent healthy
Sunday for a four wcik" trip to brother L> Jasper Wilson.
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avthe Florida breeze is ac
kl rth. very :Mrs Kim kh.h'JO" bcrn Doc"mbci I
Miss I Ruby Bass, who hrs been attending ceptuble Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed
22, 1885 was :iiairi d to Mr. R. L
;; school at Nashville, Tenn," is Tom Murphy: has moved his family ; REAL ESTATE .
expected home Fndav here from Kenansville Kirkland on; 11, 1911, at Nich- ,.
'k Mr. and Mrs Van Natta, :'tIn' E. E. We are glad to learn that Mr Simp- jls, and moved to Ta'np"\! where they
x Williams and daughter are spending\ bon is ,impioving lived until three 1.I0nU'8 ago, wl'en )Having purchased the'property : /
v'' HaenM I Miss: Bel tic Tindall, of Barton the of Brack and Bass 9
the week at Rest on corner ; : : ,
I ,he went to Atlanta to 'join 1 lor husband ;1L----; ; y
M. Stewart, bookkeeper at ; Lake is visiting/{ little Miss :Mabel 1 l> who n an :ngme-'r 01 the :S.; streets, two blocks north of the t
.t.8rf"k the First National Bunk, is :prf!:iding ,Tindall this week. \, I.. railroad Christian church, N. Kissimmee, I .
his vacation at Coronado liejuh I I Tom Little rnd Sam Barber, of
Mis Kirk) nd 1 laves oosido her have 4
moved both
Blanche Eaton is spending this j'Boggy Creek, were caller rt :MrHull's my Realty Par-
husband und :little daughter, her lor and residence from Lake View Lumber Co.
week at Hilliard's Island Sunda" afternoon Mr Little May-Stout ;
pother, :Mro. J-ilin Wilso. of FortMeade
.1 Mrs. G. W. Daughcrty: was thtruest ", : is teaching the East Lake school He her brother, C-rl! "s 11, Wil- cottage, S. Kissimmee, to same.

on Thursday last of :Mrs A. K : reports ha'inlgood success, on; of BreWbtci and slat'r, Mrs; WJ1 be pleaed to meet my old customers DEALERS IN
Drought at Hammock Grove. I Airs Julia :Montdoca! spent Wednesday -
(Paul Yates, of Knbi:lime?:!. as well as new. Select
"The Daughters in KlssimmecMrs. .
i5"j The of picnic Veterans"given on by Tuesday at 1 I :Moorehead tnd father spent \Icadc The for body I interment.w.vs shipiv l to Fort homes, choice farms, vacant lots House Building Materials of all

s Wildwood grove, was wsll attended, Sunday with the Ebertz family. . and acreage: at prices and termsto
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t about 130 going across the lake ::n
"Maud." MET.VI. PRODI'CTS OF CENTRAL: suit. City and country properties i Kinds r
for exchange.
Mr. amt Mrs. W. A. Drawdy and STATES.The I /
G. H. Clark spent Tuesday 1Ke: -
x nansville. annual statement of the Geo :expels: scrofulous humors from the Novelty I Works in ConnectionAll .;

Miss Wilcox, of Kissimmeo, spent' logical Survey, Department of the In Blood, which cause constipation, ma- The Elite Realty Parlor _
'the week'end the guest of Mrs. Nor. ,tenor, on Silver, Copper, Lead and t
ris. Zinc in the Central States in 1915. if 'aria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pimples MRS. iUMMtRS, Mgr; we ask u let n* figure on your estimates.

tl a lion. A, E. Doncgan and Eugene now available for distribution. The etc, Get It at Osceola' Pharmiiy 207 pus, St C,r, If let RMtl elsshaass. Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.Kissimmee.. '
a Bryan were St. Cloud callers] 'on 1 ues- total] value,of the mine production of : on a guarantee to satisfy I
these metals in the Central State "
Aay. -.- -- - Phone 21 Fla.
;fie Mrs. Earl Schoficld; is spending the during the year 1915 was $121,283, 7- ,
week in Kissimmee with 7rie: ds. 262, an increase of 120 per cent compared
J. II Ferguson! was a Kissimmee I with the value for 1914

visitor! on luesdaj . .
T Mrs. Mcf)>crmitt, of Kenrnsville, I Drive Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe The of the world -
yf !'pen'Monday' ghoppnlin: our city Old Standard r'nrral trenrthmlng tonic eyes
Mr. and Mrs. George Knott arrived GROVE TASTELESS chill TONIC drive ouM '
f Tuesday from Ohio and brought Home .l.ri .enrich .the blood.and build.up the are
friends along to spend the winter tem. A true tonic. POT adulti and children SOc

's. is Mrs.spending M. ;E.twc Baxter works, of Kcnancville with her, are on the man who I The Favorite Store of Kistimmee I

daughter Mrs. John Cailin.,
Mrs. George/ D. Arrow-smith arrived r
home Wednesday evening!': from a
six weeks' visit with her d.iughtsr: : FURNITURE ?
1' Mrs. T. !If. Wiant of Urbana, Ohio.
Postmaster Johnston r.nd family
. are spending a few days this week lit SAVESpAUSE
Daytona Beach, having made the trip

t in The their Golden Ford. Rule Girls camped at [SPECIALLY[ ADAPTED

lS Alligator Lake :Monday and Tuesday -WE HAVE IT !
of this week. They were ch. poroned
.R by Mrs] Bleech. For Your
Mr. and Mrs' H. C. Bartlett left

a ly Monday August 14th, for 1trip to for a moment, young man I
J New York Cif State
1 p Mrs J. L.. :Marsh is visitirfrientls give thought to self. The In '
at Green Cove Springs' Ha a connection with our Hardware line we carry a completeline

i }; Mr. and !Mrs\ C. K. HendriK arrived problems that confront of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting. home, and
' home Saturday last afti'r spending you now, or handle reliable
i Home tim with friend:. ut East Orange -
r ; N JBETHEL, F will a few years hence.Look .

I Bed Room Furniture i i
r \1MISF (IIIVI'EI: Dining

) about you-tbe men of affair state, nation-jtt, Room Suits
Kitchen Outfits Par-
27.- Sunday school I
Sunday. August Seven classes Children IInetrae- in the world, are the men who started to cave early in life. ,
at 10 a m.
t sent to us receive our care ]Preaching: lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
by the pastor at 7i0:: p. m. Subject They have the respect and confidence of tbe community.Then ,
- of the sermon, "The ]Future Christianity Couches Etc.
' ij as Rooted in the Being and look on the other ride-at the fellows who spend all tl y ,
Come and receive' a
G ';I hearty Promise welcome of God. at all our serv ices. make-they may have a food time for a while, but what doe tk .:r

A pleasant chat. "John," the said, 8? JACKSONVILLE. FLA. personality reflect? This tore i* making a record for itself in the matter of

j a* he settled down for lot his of after-din I II A dollar or 10 deposited in this bank will be the helping people to outfit home! Come and Me. Oar price am
1 ner smoke, "I've got a things '
I want to talk to you about. "Good," 1 nucleus of an honorable) independent career. .

aid) her husband affably, "I'm glad to Make your beguuinf now-today. Your
.1; hear it. Usually you want to talk tome Vulcanizing 'Inner Tubes25c bank book wiD par the way. right.TOOLS
about a lot of things you

r General Auto Repairing25c State Bank .- No matter what land. of an Engine yon have-Ga*, Steam,
C TAYLOR'SBEST. Railroad or Stationary Engine-we bare exactly the Tell yin

an Hour j *, need in your everyday .ork-Wre.da., Hammer, Oilen, etc,

. of KissimmeeCapital all of the best quality. and workmaiuaip, and at price that will ,., r

Cars Cleaned and Oiled surprise' ,... Tai store ha tbe reputation of handling only

BLOOD. stock ____r_______ __-------*lpOOOO.W hardware that Is ,of nperior quality and yon trill make no mi .-

"i 75cARTHUR Resources ... ______.::.--___.:400000.00 talc h coming hen NOW.. inspecting our Wg stock.

MEDICINE ,Ofion and!5 Dk.cton., .
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,AUGUST',25, ills 't THE, : ,cissiHMEE VALLEY GAZETTE :PAGE f ''J?.

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) l!is 'again held in the' evening before PRINT REPUBLICAN 'PAPER. of starting ..( te.nd.pJ..nd
., church instead of held .. ,
R HUSBAND FEARED/ being' after ." --: ---- ----- canvasso I" ;
ENDEAVORl I Sunday school during tho absence.
pastor's '
CHRISTIAN One Started at Jscksonrllle H "
Sallow complexion comes bilious 3
: tk Just notice! here how O. E. from
a I is a vacation '"missing link" in hot Van" Quit; (.he ,Lily White? impurities in th., blood and the gi

weather Sunday aervicesusod insteadof fault lies with the liver and bowsls
SHE ,MIGHT DIE What art 'you going to make out; of the in this
: ORMATjp morning, preaching hour: ., Jacksonville.--Republicans of Flor. they 'are torpid. The medicine that ;,
.. next Sunday Endeavor topic, "Care.lesllnell8 Central district society successfully da launched their active -ubarnatorial -
.4 results in such is. HEtt-
. ?" The Miss Hattie Allen,..secretary for the campaign in this city last week !gives cases
vs. Thoughtfulness
.' GR J: y Bible Hebrew 2:1-7. district is one leader here and the when the first Issue' of a periodical( BINE. It is ,a fine liver stimulant
Severe rains In Stomach and verses are fall convention Is to be at Sorrento. devoted to their interest and knownas arid bowel regulator. Price DDc.. ,Sold

: GARDEN & FIELD Caused We afraid-that Juniors "The Republican"* circulated.Gen. by Osceola Pharmacy. _
Choking; Spells By are many Probably many besides the State W. H, Melrath, commander

QUESTIONS ANSWERED/ IMMEDIATELY Indigestion and Intermediate Endeavorora of the Press superintendent somewhat worried n-chief the G. A. R. organization in Over 1,500 acres will'be put under
BY MAIL '"'" large New York Cityjocal union have when news of the destruction of this state, and a well known Jackson cultivation this fall at Larkins.
MR*. N M.G. DEIT MGR, I become victims of the sad epidemic: Bat's Cave, N. C., came, kowing that yule citizen., will be editor\ of the pa- b
WILSON &TOOMEK! FERTILIZE! COHMNV Andes In a Few Days bid Wonders among the children under sixteen; Miss Edyth Baintor, oecietary of the per, and W. L. Van Duzor managerof
JAC.KSONVILl-II. Fw years of age. East Central district, and her mother the gubernatorial campaign head- CHICHESTER} s PIILS
For. Her were summering there. Word comes quarters at the Hotel Windsor, will rr ..i Raa.. yk ;i
DISEASED FIGS. A merry number of young people that providentially' they had just left be business manager. The paper will t.dlwt.5.a.r..g. a1y
from the society in West Tampa Congregational the little mountain settlement when be ''1.1e I. ... .... ..... woua O
Kindly examine diseased fix leaves Anrii. was s V highly recommendedby published weekly.Mr. boo_ .su..ak a_
enclosed. and, if possible, let us know my hUIII and's Vmployer I decidedto church are having'house a tho flood came. Miss Bainter is again Van Duzor announced that :.=. ..rr .rj ..
try It for I was Buffering terriblyand party at West Palm Beach. anda at Kingston, a suburb for Daytona, 3etorge W. Allen the Republican can- 1t IA. ..a..1 j.i;car"iiI"
'P''What the trouble is and a remedy for choked and at tlm&s-..could hardly fine time of it. Rev. and Mrs. glad to be "back home." didate for governor, Would arrive in .-.----..-,.
same. ,net, my breath owing Jo the pain In Adah Moore, their pastor and his ---- this 'city September 1, for the purpose I 50U BY DRUGGKIS mamt IIi
Answer-This is a fungus trouble my stomach, and often my Tvuaband wife, are with them; and among the Miss Coffin, state secretary, via the "
and can 'be controlled by Bordeaux thought I would choke to d'atbut Endeavorers are Miss Lelah Bright- Bradford County Times news columns
Mixture It, however, is probably too It required but a few days' u eof An- well district and local secretary, and reports' that tho Lake Butler Chris C A. CARSON President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary..
late in the season to have it of any dee to relieve me. I have now used Leslie Bray, pieoident for numbersof tian church society is doing very fine
benefit to the present crop, but we Hpveit bottles of this Andes medicineand '-years of his homo society. Not work, with members developing well
would advise you to spray at once my stomach l> In better. condition leaving their religion 'in their trunks'as in this school of training' for Chris The Waters & Carson (
with Bordeaux Mixture at the rate of than It :hns been for yrara. I can : semi tourists are said to do, these tian work. Lake Butler is in the
one pound Bordeaux Mixture oasto to pat anything I want and really relish It workers wont right away to the Congregational ,North Central field. .
and \he bent part of aJl. what I eatogres
seven and one-half (fallens water and with me. I am Ka.lnlnv In fleshand society meeting! in West I '
to> rake up all the diseased leaves and my whole system. ha. been benefited Palm Beach and -made lots of real The last issue of the Kissimmee
-fruit and turn them. from the. use. of this trend medicine friends. Valley Gazette has this St. Cloud Grocery Company
Just as soon as dormant season nays Mrs. T. M. Bcott of WInston item: "The Young People's Union
comes",on, spray with Bordeaux Mixture N. C. Simply Indigestion symptoms From our Winter Park press worker meeting will be held Sunday evening
at the ratj of one pound to five which often in addition cause. one and the local paper, the Winter) I in the Christian church. That's the ....
Fallonwater, and repeat this spraying to be. nervous and suffer from pain daspreimure. Park Post, comes news of a social i I way to do things there in summer .- Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES "
Just before the: new growth starts full bloated. feeling and loss last week. Perhaps Mr. In gram's (. GRACE A. TOWNSEND. I
in the spring. Then after the leaves of sleep, enemy all gone no appetiteand version sounds more vivid. "We hold : '
well out twice at intervals' feel draggy and; languid all the our monthly social on Monday. There ,I is the
are< spray Constipation starting point
weeks with Bordeaux time, headache, ('",; .tlpa lion and kindred was a good attendance and usual
about two as
''Of !
for serious dis >. To be
ailments often follow. The urgent the many < ses.
of pound to evening with
Mixture at the rate: one was spent enjoyably
ten gallons of water. With this care need when so attacked Is a the remedy cause light refreshments being served toward healthy keep the bowels active. and .
which will promptly remove
and the precaution of always keeping and Andes "The Miracle Medicine." the middle." regular. HEROINE will remove all
the cropped leaves and fruit burned, I ban won fame; nil over this broad land accumulations in the bowels ahd put
we think you will havo no trouble as such a medicine.. Here is this item from the Eustis the system in prime condition., Price 44 + 444404440444 000440040 ..0 40 .
with next year's crop. Mrll. Scott states that a few dav.' Lake Region in Sorrento local :tems: 4 4 OWE .
use of Andes relieved her. Sometime* "The C. E. of tho Presbyterian church. 50c. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy.TRADE SELL: WE BUY i 0s ti
COW PEA WEEVILS. cases of long standing reed longertreatimnt. p s 0 9
Some but the renult always seems -- I. n
Enclosed find cow pea pod. HAY 4
the'IIam.. ThounnndH In Tampaand
thing has punctured each pea and de- to hp 0 4 HIDES O ;
I It was amazingresults.
vicinity are
posited an egg therein and just when MARK RFGISTRIDPHOSLIME GRAIN O O L
arc ripe the small worm 4 4 O FURS O r;
hates inside the pea and cats its I Andes Prfscr-ption; &0 i:>hly recommended 4 FERTILIZERS 4 4 O
way out. It is very destructive to by Mrs; T. M. Scott." Winston : i I 0 0 O WOOL 1.w
tho crop. IB there any way to pre- N. C., itow; : o.i o ale in H<:-stm- SHINGLES O O ,
vent this? I bup pose the insect do- mee by the Co.ntr lr g Store, the 4 e O AND Mtf
in... this damage lives on the peas. I exclusive agcnte.CANKER : STAPLERCROPS 4 ORANGE BOXES I
Answer-Unfortunately there is 1 I 0' 4 O ALL "

nothing to prevent the ravages of SITUATION IS ORANGE WRAPS, + 0 H
weevils in a field of cow peas. Adult I "After having used PHOSLIME for three years on grain crops o + COUNTRY .
weevils are supposed to feed on the and potatoes, not having used any commercial fertilizer, am still of i' VEGETABLE CRATES 4 0 '
nectar of the bl. om. Poisons have no the opinion that it is a fertilizer of great value after giving it this 4 4 0 PRODUCE .
effect whatever. Neither "beans or II long test, and seeing crops on which it was used pass through 0 CRATE NAILS 4 0 !
peas should be planted on this plot droughts safely while crops of the same kind in neighborhood suf- 0 0' N
next year and whatever oca seeds yousave : fsred greatly feel no hesitancy in saying that it has the virtue of 044400044,040444 04000404, 4 . 0 .
should be hulled and treated FORCE OF FOUR HUNDRED MEN retaining moisture to a very great degree. This in addition to its f''' p
with bisulphide of carbon. It will he : EMPLOYED BY STATE PLANT other fertilizing qualities, makes it a wonderfully valuable fertil
to give two or three fumi- I BOARD IN TRACING CP SHIP izer'' "
rations necessary four or five weeks apart. A'' MENTS OF CITRUS TREES- IMMEDIATE DELIVERY We tell field and garden seeds of all kinds. iJ
tablespoonful of bisulphide of carbon I Wi attention fitting out hunting and camping parties.
give special
barrelful of seed. Price F. O. B. Phoslime Fla. In Bags
is enough to treat a i
'- be at the top of the bar- Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12.

It rel should and the: put barrel tightly f vcred. I According to statements boar: CARLOAD j LESS THAN CARLOAD We are county agents, for good fertilizers. Ask us fpr circular aad priori '
further destruc- members of the stato plant '
II I fertilizers '
This tion of not theRe only seeds saves bUt reduces the' which held a cession in Jacksonville $9.00 Per Ton I $10.00 Per Ton on ,

to the next crop through reducing recently, the fitrus c"-.ker situation \ _: t
weevils in the state is oar yell in hand and --
of presentin -
the WRlTf fog BOOKLET
These weevils will practically control althoughthe
that locality. '

breed several and generations very greatly on the increase Tho pest plant-is far commissioner-oin being: stated eliminated that FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME CO. Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. H. Bryan, Vice Prey J. L Barber, Sec'y.lrea I J

dried product 349. infected trees had been found in .
to season.
from season various sections of the state, and thata II BOX 462 OCALA. FLORIDA

RED SCALE. force of four :hundred Inn: was constantly WATERS __& CARSON GROCERY CO.. Agents
what is the employed in tracing up ship \
Can you inform me ments from infected nurseries and Inspecting
cause of these orange leaves being HO"PAn1wer groves in district 'n which I I ,,;
canker has been found .in the past. ;
-The brown spots on these The magnitude of the !task be
leaves are the Florida red scale. Thisis realized when it i is. kno>wn. tnnf.may 176,075 MAKE MORE POTATOMONEY f'tJ11wMrt; '?' '

a very the persistent It seal infeata.and is It very can nursery trees \ ore ahippoj from the'I Bryan:: Realty; GompanOfficeson i' ,, t a

hard on trees nursery at Macclf.tny, of which 53,- ,,. .
:: :
\ 11"
te controlled, however by spraying .790 have been destroyed, and 139,739' SEND FOR i .'t .. Broadway If< Kissinmiee : ,
'"",with Miscible oil. shipped from infected nurseries in THIS FREE BooiManufacturers ., ,.
I Dade of which
PAWPAWS.My been destroyed.county, 105,669.ave Opposite Graystone; Hotel

friend his: fertilized his paw- I From M;y 1, 1914 to July 31, 1916 This booklet just from the press is based .
paws and given them good care In : 12,384 grovo tries have be n fouhlthat "
It tells
every way. They are apparently : were infected, and 842,166 nur- on years of practical experience.
healthand vigorous in every way :sery trees, nil of which have been about soils, seed selection, fertilizing,)
fruit. Can you help burned. T.iee have bjen l
but do not bear 1,342 grove
any? trees found and burnod cince January cultivating, spraying and contains valuable Orange Groves, Timber I ands, We Pay Taa far New4ai. e

Answer-From what you say about 11. 1916 and 349 found in July-May,, suggestions on digging and shipping. Cattle RanclMS. Country and Menu and Ad r Owner's
the pawpaw trees we would thinK June and July tot.-lir.iy 1,137, proving city Property AfenU for Rental. Property.
they were female trees and there were the contention of the authorities: that Send for your copy of this book. It will 41
no male trees by.. Male trees warm and moist weather was favor-
eu bear their fruit on long stems and able to the growth of the canker help you make more money growing Irish _-4
this fruit is very small and undesir- germs. Potatoes. The edition is limited, so write .... ... . .....00000.000'000000.000.00.0.. ...........
able for eating while the female tree Comir.icsioner Newell atales that
must bo pollinated in order to bear North Dade county and the Largo today. A post card will do.WILSON&TOOMERFERTILIZER.
any fruit at all. Your friend had bet district aro causing the most anxiety FOR SALE OR. TRADE I
ter secure somo more pawpaw seed 125 groves King found the( :x; carrying : CO. a
and plant them or buy some trees canker in July, with 131 in June.
:from some good nurs.ry This) latter There were more infections Lau this of Ideal Fertilizers.D t
would .be the quicker way, for it is in DeSoto county, 172 in June and 80 D In Fertilizer M.terlala. SprayingImple- Attractive, Modern, Dr. Carson's Residence, ,
absolutely necessary to the two in July, but the diminishing: number ments and In..cUeI4. 1
kinds of trees in order to secure fruit. there is a source of liatisf..c. .ion. In JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA i Corner Sproull Avenue and Church Street. r
Juno: 36 treos were *ou ij in North
I: GOVERNMENT FORMULA. Dad? county and in July 44 trees.
(Corrected.) Canker hr.s been found in 21 counties I
the Government I altogether b-.:t in July it showed .
Last week in copying up Will sell on Terms if desired. This U an f'
Formula one item was omitted, in but nice coun'ios. South Dade,
I the original hot I l-sd h d I hit 67 infections -
so we repeat: % exceptional opportunity.
Please F.nd standoiJ U. S., Government rince January 1 and but two
formula for whitefly in which i infections in July. The nine counties -

they use Octagon oil all the Is ctrength Diamond? ,I,July in which are-caikcrVHO B----V ij, 1 ; discovered Brow-art1, 3 In; ." "Tlinilllllllliiiiiiiiiiiijjimiii". : i,, :: ..

Paraffine Answer-Diamond I'nraflTinc oil :t* Dc,oto. HO; North: Dade, 44; South , :C'f I: :: ,, ..: : :: : I Address Quick
degrees Bourne, 2 gallono; fish oil !fade 2; Jefferson, 11 ; Lee, rTPSCO,
Octagon soap two pounds; 59; Pinollas, 135, and W ,Iton, 9. Dur- :: 1
soap water,or one gallon. ing July 4,884 nursery tre's that, had r- two masked burglars I CHAS. P. DOW, Orlando, Florida ;
Heat the mixture to boiling, and been shipped; from U-e Griffi. g nurseries entered a residence ,
emulsify with a hand pt by pump- during tl o season of 1913-14-
ing the matreial while still hot from 15, were burnea' with the consent of andcarriedgut a small .H**.. .. . ...... . .... .................. . ......... ...
to barrel and from the the owners, t'vug1! ? not inf' cted with the
the kettle a safe containing jewelry -- -
first barrel to another. Thin makes cank r. During the north of July ..0..00.000000..0.000toooooo.0000..00..00.0.000....
200 gallons spray. the inspe.toM) com>. tit with the securities and cur-
Diamond Paraffin oil is a standard plant board insr>ct/cJ 1,489,804 grove
product and you will not In all the trees and 7,303,059 nurueiy trees. Family rency
of - 1 L
government formulas one gallon This shows the Lam" $5.30JACKSONVILLE
hundred A child that has intestinal worms importance I
this oil is used to each one
gallons of complete pprt.y. is handicapped in its growth. A few of having your I

MRS. McGEE DEAD. doses of WHITE'S CREAM; VERMI[ Was valuables in our Fire 1 t ,
% FUGE destroys and expels worms;
and Burglar Proof a
this the cihld and ,
immediately improves
v Mrs. Hettio McGee departed
life August 4, 1916, at Macon Ga. I thrives wonderfully. Price 25c per at Vault where'you can t s' "

I Whereas, it has pleased our Heav-I bottle. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. rent a Safe Deposit And Return >
earth to
E anly Father to remove from with hands, Box for $3 and $4 per
I her mansion not. made The farmers at Springstead are Dinner
i f Mrs. Hettie Pearly McGee Bryan sister
[ No. 21, Pythian: Sinters,
'I, :we realize an aching void in her -- FROM KISSIMMEEVIA
fa' heart the world cannot fill, although Ateyo.
h'.GIf.he tries to bo submissive to His will, Do;yos like it? '
loss is her sister's ,
T knowing that her rr.-I..I.your

t "Therefore, be it resolved, that.weworkers I .e.ek.tbaok w1 wGordo.eLy.'I..L.-r,;" A TLANTIC COAST LINE \ ;
extend to
in I .
-: family of Mr*. Kettle McGee ODd 1. .*ts.18u istie.aMsoplfa..ta. [ SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT sTANDARD RAILROAD OF THf-SOUTH ,v ,t ,

: 4.\ .u.eere toSUter.ympa\.hy Bryan. this and expression love. of our n.Tlaole.l.u.Is' ' _. &haa e I| Ticket limited to reach original starting point by \ '. *.' ujA M

We recommend that this resolution i.eeo.dar er'.net: Midnight Aag. 26th. .
and a copy ARTHUR t ,
l 1 record. PrmkLmt
to spread on our E. DONEGAN d
*, r. :asd.. IIcM fWoL a-- ; ,
\" forwarded to Sistee. Bryan also that F. w.-.....all_'1feh.r Apace AII-de c.... Li-. #,

.ti' ,the G W*
tbat' r ., w.s+ur res.ape. . .. -
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published Tampa .
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"CI IOIC j" 11,1-:';(; OH) .\(; EEl'S SAND:' dmir "\ few mil s :toil] 'he i ifrli( tuna

) 1 CLAY lHliIN) I = SIII'K: ti, jo ttii \\oik.i l .coincide! x '1' ,Ii the time '

The Building of New South Sand tlav r( :ad ,i-i-ed! tl.;; most euro
H Notes i a tile
durrrif i Benson.
$ Society $ I Thou ands of doll-: :-rr-" petit : iinny
'jev.'ry to niakuood<1 .andwhile
L By CLEMENT: S. ('('Ium '| little ynr made to "You ':,v ji,'ii 1 (-lili't pay tin., lull,
very piKvi 'i,on -u.sitni'i -
i Vicc-Pr-sid of !Southern" :Settlement> and Development) Organization thm.:: Maintenance i 1 i" the mostimportant and vtt I ,'" y ju ritlinm: in : n ..ulo-
Mattie Belle Harrii. Editor.
,e' ( ) I Baltimore, %Id.J purl of the lor.d because mol ilvMry) di v." "My: U ur fellow] .

.f11 that"* the r-: "..n.
without it the roads scan var out,

Request is made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to end items The building of a now south de- an(1 he looked upon thy eradication the money i.;Failure!lone :nil tj
*f Society: Event '.0 the Editor for publication in these colums. i rpn" primarily upon two things : of the cattle tick as the e-pd of his LJL.-1, .hn Rre3t-e: fault of the- lIghter lha.i our o vn. s
'irst, the live stock industry: of the privilege of race and unrestricted

=t south must be, put upon its feot. Second range, a pHvilege so long exercisedas good roads movement in ma.iy sec | Mable,--Wiis yf>tr bazsvir :. surccGladys -- ?

10 I 00 10 I lit 10 I &-+-C lit Ie I K > CI ICIOI 0 lt > e0 I frI 8 I 0 > the south must solve its problemsby to be considered almost inalienable tions.In sections of t"ie state clay .-Ye.;, indeed J; th" iiiinisicr

united effort, on the part of all right. As for the owner of the many will have (cause to l he g'' 'II..ful.ilabeIl .
rl) G. A. R. CIRCLE. and Mw. Earl Schofield. of St. Cloud, states and all agencies; nnd concertedly land his concern had only to do with and sand exist in the ritflit proportion. I :\ > Hew "much: w.rc tl- ]-rof-

( joined the part: I must place its advantages and the timber and the naval stores. In to make good 1 rends if a ,;rocd crown pe its. -

A very pleasant occurrence it was C C its claims before1 the world. Then no other had! he for he put on. Sand clay roads: are the easiest T'r '
IIA respect, : use } I GladysXothinjr. "jcp-nocs( / ,
when the ladics of thc G. A. 'R. Circle' I an4,not until tbicn, will'millions of land. and cheapest maintained if. theyare were Thor than (hirociipfr.. Hut fen 4

and the gentlemen of the G. A. R. Orlando "Reporter-Star of Monday acres of virgin: soil! come into its right Every man who seriously considersthe (given the right( rare. Tin: Kinjrroa'd I i of us (fct ...111"1<_.J. id i the 'iiini.Tt-r is

Post met in their pleasant hall in the said ful heritage end the southern states problems of the .south must con- drag is the only instrument necessary > in for a jrf>",' lliini' \Vv.idinK; fees.W"TEHA I II

.t Graystone Casino building Wednesday Walter: tako:! their place in the ranks of the clud; that the three fundamental necessities for keeping such rords in good
II. Hatter!: of Cocoa, and condition'. It will build road.
of this wo k from two to five of the for not n
agricultural successful agriculture
o'clock m. Following the pleasure I ]Miss\ Winona Alkn of Kissimmee, great un a but it will keep it in shape after it i :'; !SITE FOR
p. are education diversified farmm'c
married at th" O ( EOL.\ COUNTY:' FAIR I '
from telling were PrefchytL-rian ion.Like I is built.If .
emanating story speechmakinir Gaul in the days of Caesarthe immigration. I Diversified) : farming
by Dr. T. 11. McConnoll! at I 11
recitations and generalcon- manse south i is physically divided into goes hand in hand with education and l this drag is used cftcr evry rainit
"Dutch Luncheon consisting o'clock this' morning. The weddingwas will keep the rut cut and n3 chuckholes I The Oscjnla (CounlFiliI' Association -
versation a three .There the coastal education includes both
parts. are
educating the
of' crackers and pickles very <)uit onl tlie mot h."r of I the will' form. The woik cnn lie will j reecho offers: for forty r.cros ',
cheese the Piedmont socti and southern
plain :! the realize '
n people to the needsof !
coffee and limeade bride and a few intimate friends being : done when land i:. too wit to plow 'of lan>l. fonxenk-sitly, , lorut"d' from it
doughnuts, I mountain region.: The constrl plum the south a.d: to know the me'h- '
was served l hv th-s ladies. Tho.epre..ent present.Mr. he separated from the Piedmont ods of nliout "better and! when team and labor would I.e transpcirtjitii. 1 'stand.oi, ] t. Offers) 4
may bunging condi-
!Mr. ; Hatter is a deputy sheriff ofllnvard j idle otherwi Aci-ordi to I K.: S. should stiti-. price. and term1of, >av1 -
were Mr.I end !>Ir. Porter, I [section by drawim: n I line I from, Haltnnore t tion1-. and educating and Mrs. Eby, Mr. and !Mrs. William-. county and: i is lug,, ly reipc'-t-1: t to Washington thence to t to und.'rsUi'id 1'ac", district i 1 gent for the l' n ivt-r- 1 incnl, a' ,.1 I In- -. I I to. A l K.: Thou i h.
aicu and .
: Mr. and Mrs. Vail I I ;\11'l i.. ('osn.-r, d I III his ("oml11u 1111\'. :Miss Allen is Richmond to Raleigh, to Columbia] prei" ,late the possibilities' nnd! the advantages "|>-- sity of l''lor-ida. K\teii I } 'ion l lii i\i.on I !. i -fi i ..t.II.I \ iint I Lit t T th I n I Spt nil I I* -r

Tait Mayfield, Smith, Lowell F.Kwick u \\ ('ll known yung.) lady, < f Kr.ssim-, ,: to Augusta, to r> point juit: south i of / of the{ south the time to u--e the .J"'U is "In1" the ,I,1-t.' I iinV!' I ':.-,-:jii

;Miller, Homier, Summers, :' Ala. th..niehziiply The) r'a.v' "is slill tt 01 inoi. t :jo that it _- ...
Iii' niee.The Atlanta Montgomery, li\e stock( industry ithe; foundation I
: Rockhill Ed-wards, Van Duror) and I liricliil,1 party \',-a, nc '( ':11"1".dI. I I II no"th\vaid.: I The tcrrito'vw of divi-i silied f.irniiiii'rnd; livstock will pmMle or puck when it i u ork -d. '
l I.\ :l1I.A lit.n :is far ii'. Sa n fo'd. This fi\es the deMied hi.rd lourC.
Mr. meet again September > n
Brown. They \ la kllnl i is of. inrlud"d
t ln
w ( ( : : course ciinnot > successfully or" profitiibly 'No. 666
r'roin. Sanfui.l :Mi.rd. I :Mi-l .. Hatter \' h.n it dries.
20th. i in the : Vul'ley. The I'ioI)
l11-i'1| pi i rai .eil so lo-ig as the; l''x,,,
will I (I'O to .'Jticlt 0'1III,'. where Ih.'ill .-\' If tho rojd iv dnided< n'o districts .
\ti-i.ds! from, I li, ,
rnont the ft'vt.irattle
PICNIC:' A TSIVCLOri l ( )t I). \\ I spend a ..!.ort hom-ymoc/n. I section i le lick is p--i initti'd<1 to exi.t.The 'lane! each, furnii'r, I' 5M i''. ( are ofthtt i Tbii i I. a prescription prepared especially
; I .. ., 'to mentioned to tli- foothills of the Al- I ) elimination i u : of thcv cattletick '
portion of the road Alnnr hiproperty lor MALARIA or CHILLS 6. FEVER. ,'
MRS. ():-'; KXTERTAl'xS.:' : ''Ic, heny :Mountains and th1 foothills means the immigration of t the men 1 '
: Five mix do will break
: A number) of Junior* enjoyed n pil'nic or n S' elton or : e any caie and
of who propoition.iiito
l the A lad inn The Iv.iv.1
Ranpo. moo i-
II ,, at St. Cloud Thursday. making the PPIL steadfastly remained'away( the rmounl 'if 1\1' holdi II>r t the r til |Ilf liken then .. a tonic; the Fever. will not
I covered with i the
rtiun/ I region 'i largely men from the/ middle '
| :Mrs. G.V.. Persons great
trip in an auto truck A swim j in can Iw kept in good "at .nl.i II return. It act on'theIver. better then
F Tuesday ,.fter'1oon sit her home tim tier. It is mostly utilized for grax-,. west who have made: a "succors: of cattle J J'I
included j nn Calomel .
wab sod doe. ripe lickcn. 25o :
East Lake Tohopckalitra I expen ". It does not tik bat"I / !t." I'I not or I
in the of the day. Sumner street ii: honor of h'.T little jag purpose". with some agricultural taisinp: and diel( nfiad farming. I \,

I I In the party pleasure were: Lois Over- cousin, Helen Ilnrn. of Savannah ia. activities in th. vdleIt"' wcnl'h' When the southern man has bc'.n I ---.--- ---- ---- '". ;

'. street Gladys Griffin ;Margaret Kjn- 1 ThV little folks enjoyed: hunting IHM- depends largely/ upon grazing upon taught to know his defects end his '
ton Lenore Van Duzer AlbertaO'Bsrry nuts and playing: frames on the' lawn the development of its water power, shortcomings\ and to appreciate his
refreshrrronts of wafers upon ijs forestry and upon the exploitation advantages, when he lea..n how to
Minkie Gardner, Lillian Harris Dainty punch '
and candy served. of its m.neral resources.' I R '- put his house in order and to wul :I
Gardner were
Well, Arthur Classified Advertisements
Dorothy ; i ]4
: forestation will,
i- Joseph Sears John Lee Jackson Hall Those present were : Frances Bailey and regulated Taxing come, assist and labor with the new

7 Howard Bass. Misses Mattie Belie |.' Irene Ingram, Geneva Hoh'r on. play a large p'rt in its future wel settlers from other states, and who:!..
fare. Reforestation will be somewhat the latter learns
Harris and Ouida Malloy motoredover Eunice Rivers Evelyn Paulk ;May to forget his prejudices
',) Margaret and .>Winn and assisted; bv the act known an tha and to appreciate the !south end -oo66.3.o.o66.S66664 -- .. .. . .
in the Malloy car to chaperon I jWinn, - - - - - - - - - - - -
.C 'Clara Platte. Weems bill which provides( for theacquisition its opportunities, then will the prob"lem -r '1P j.
the party and Mrs. Lydia ;Moshier of crecs .or forcnti purposes of colonization largely sole it- I FOR RENT-Six i room modern cottage WAXTEII--TO:'; > buy a milk cow. "

: by the IVderal government un- self.i close in ; $1per:: month. E. < 1'011'' :212.!f;:! -i.t:! pd 'I
and but it is not
MANY FARMERS HAVE I' quick inexpensive der the avowed: intention of All agencies in the south
preserve i joir
muse E. VeIls, Real Estate and Insur
the I
satisfactory because results for
are rent to M.
: i HOG FEED TIWU LESFarmers ing Ahe headwaters of navigable together in) carrying out this work.
; doubtful. The seeds do not come true streams.Of I ance. 104 I'ossiel Ave. (The Inn ). Till I" r. -
'It is a gigantic task and cannot !>e
write to tha to parentage The only way to in- the three divialons the Piedmont done -I II -
frequently by single For the
: variety Quality and any agencv. FOR SALE OU TrtADE for horse r.OOII1.E8) : l et hog and
\ and >
sure productivity : cow range.A .
( of Florida .ection has acquired the greatest.amoupt :
University Experiment < past thirty years one organization after I
x. Station that 'they have trouble with j is by some asexual ;process. Such of civilization ana activity.It I another-the railroads, the land wagon one 2'cy.. BuIck In good 1 300 acre form for! salt in range,

feeds. John M. Scott Animal industrialist ]I I processes of propagation have not is land -of email, plantations It the real good $4,000. Dixie :
bog been practiced owing to the with a companies, estate menhavetried condition, .t1r s; must Bell or nifrhwnyj. i railroad,

to the Station, cite a few I which seedlings: can be raised ease '.)or la land given over largely to one crop in their own way and to a limit. trade Lt once. A. M Jones P. O. I Capt. T. Hall, Utopia, Fla. 36tf
.- of the'complaints/: farmer says! I cotton. It Is a land whose soil has ed extent at some place and at some

'that several) of his young sows that plants chards. obtained/,from' .old guava. or- been badly depleted and which is fast time. These efforts have. met with Box 221j Klsslmmea. Its START AT'TIIE' TOP_In pure breJDurocs '

'- had* been pastured on rape had trouble -I' According to P. H. Rolfs dean of passing under the 'tenant system. varying degrees: of success, but not with a high class sow. or
at Some of them Generally spetking the great coastal have boon STALLION FOR COLT SERV1CEI
z farrowing-time. i once they lasting success -
the of Florida College of gilt bred .
University to
), ; died, and of course he attributed it to ( plain was avoided by the c-ntlv set- ful.i I Strong, intelligent !gentle, excellent a Grand Champion f
A rirultur. the l best to ol :>
\ i the rape. The rape could not have i ito way tler. It extended from a trifle southof i The first step must be the eradication condition. refunded if I: boar; to farrow in September orIt.toler.
plants true to variety make coo Money no
caused the trouble. Softs{ frequently Shield In Norfolk Vn., along thco:>; t to I of the cattle tick 1 ho that liv i iI ( the first litter will put you\ is
have trouble at farrowing time especially cuttings iMidilihir can western Alabama. It embraces south- [stock raising may become profitable. I colt. 422 West Oak street. 6tf i: "velvet." ;
Mandaly Box
done hut the work is so tedious and! i1 Faring A,
; when they are not properly era Alabama Florida southern Georgia -land diversified farming a fact. The --1
M difficult that the does ;
; attended or when they have been neg, |not succeed in laaki'ig average person of the North Carolina] and South Carolina next step must !he' the awakening; of a FOR EXrHAN'OE:'; ; : $:WMlinio( ( : i"---1' Middliburg:, FIe 33: -It
lected Young sows many and portion.- of eastern Vir- '
during gestation. just intcifst in the south through the
buds tak1 >. I Fold hor-o inj ) .
: a ca- or ,
lugpy.G. -
Tire especially apt to have trouble. ginia. It is comparatively level has proper diffusion of correct information I BURIiANKS CmitL!!! and
i ,.
Another farmer's sow which had ] (;ua'as produce long roots which sandy soil, possesses great latent possibilities concerning the south. Once this I G. ( rom..1 ie. .).:"t! pd '! forllj'e"uri".i< :,. Lnmenso:
the surface. These crop
been velvet l bean aborted. |IlZ'row near canlie : i is capable of hitfh develop- i ,
on pasture is done. th> problem of settling and dy for cut'
made into cuttins. Roots about re: : inp; reduced ratx"'< for
, Still another complaint of peanut pas- : ment and i is 111 J..U r.d.rstood. developing the south will solve itsolf. LST-\V"dne- ture because of the animals i a quarter of an inch in diameter make Following the civil war its vast forests 1 a .hort tim '-five years ,rowiiiK it
l of The
some j Reproduced by courtesy the (;a7. .tt" office and the
These be poutoffice -
'- died and of the aborted. good cuttings. may cut ii'eonveni.2nt of long-leaf-yellow: I here; it is the inirymnn'n best
: some sows I pine were exploited I Breeder's Gazette; (Chicago from the '
from six
four pair'nose
to ,
lengths glasses "in .
: A further complaint is registered inches. These mabe set for naval stores! and lumber. '''Aug. 17 issue of that journal. I' case.Return 1 friend. S. M. Som-rville, CrjsulSplines
,' against mixture of slop and cottonseed pieces perpendicularly The seat of this was to this office nnd receive
7 a industry originally \ Fla.
in clean white sand with / ;
----- -- - I 31-4t
c i, meal. their tops level with the soil surface at Norfolk ; then it gradually / Whenever You Need a Oeoeral Toolc reward. I )
Velvet beans<< and peanuts may made its way southward and was successively WANTED-General
i where they will strike in a few week located Take Grove'sThe FOR SAI.E-Mjssionnr'e' \ clerical position
% -' cause trouble because they are highly at Wilmington strawberryplants
I As soon as they have struck well and Old Standard Grove's Tasteless by siniflj man, ago 33: at
concentrated feeds. Excessive Chorlcston and Savannah. It is now I I $2.50 per thousand. W. E. ; present

( r' feeding of either or of other concen- i show top growth they may be transferred at Jacksonville, Fla.; in time it will I chill Tpnic is equally valuable .. a George Route I. Box 5. : : employed by United States Steel 1
and when g5-3t-pd
to nursery rows theyare General Tonic because it contains the I
trates is sure to result disastrously. pass to Mobil, New Orleans and Gal- Corporation fair
education including
from two to five feet tall -
I they 1 well known tonic properties of QUININE
Danger be avoided by feedingonly veston.
I- small may may be set' in an orchard. The and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives FOR SALE-By owner, five room I business education ten years '
a amount of these at first exploiter bought the timber
( and increasing until the animals take In extreme South Florida root cuttings and accepted the ucre as the unit of out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and I bunjrajow} ,.;n heart of town three I"f experience, typewriting, bookkeep

: a full ration. Then they may be given -I throughout may be the successfully winter employed am' measure. In those days the land had Builds up the W .ole System. SO cents. hundred feet from school houie f and ing work. Salary no special ., ,

free run on velvet beans and peanuts spring being best.year In, central Florida no value. Today new court houses, new postofTico !.ite. If interestedlet ,wish to locate in Kissimmee.

without much danger. new school houses, permanent high; OTIK lii. A l'i'I.I. *TII. % KOH TAX hear from : Clerk
and will be bettcrthan me you. A. E. Ford care Board of
Cottonseed meal is dangerous. It spring: summer and other improvements made IFI-D: i \r. >icu MK< 'i ION ..IT* AM) Trade Kis-
l fall and winter. ways 57.1 ..I.-: .. .-:11: SI. ""!'A"i"i'i i.:.* OKi 16 Broadwny, Kis.simmec, Fla. 36-t:! sirmnee, Fla.
' 'is never recommended except in'ery I by progressive counties are paid for "in: si\ri.: or FI.OIIIIIV.Not 33-3t-pd: 1.31

, small amounts and even then it is I by the land, own rB. Taxci, are goingup I
not safe.FLORIDA. and the tax pa- ers are awakeningto ; Iff !I-< hfruliv) "K\-M! IhntV I II I.
FOR SOfTIIERX:' CATTLE: the fact that some beneficial use 1.1") ",.... IIIIK h.iNi-i <,f T,. x 4'rlIti-ats. N"
iliitol, th,' lilh .1.l \ "r Jul)'. .\. ]I' !
FARMERS: ARE must be found for the cut-over land. 1'1"1 rian fll,-<] H"I.I l <%-Hlal" .- 4n in\ Fashion
TIRED OF HOG CHOLER A story which initiated in' a Chicago Unless they find purchasers, unless ,,... IIIK,1! hats ma.i l 1. "ppll'all ion fi't

- : I livestock journal is" making th. they attract settle. in sufficient T.IX. I 1..1 ii 0 IHMU- In iK'eord.i. nco tnI .T1
: : Florida farmers arc- growing: tired rounds of hog cholera. They are beginning: ''th- that tate for taxes. To find buyers is ; l.imlM.. l l\lnt: it ml i.-Ing situate In"H""I ,
state. secrm W. II. I Hui
difficult because have i Ia Counlv. Slate nf Floi' lil.i to- t '
' speculators
realize that they can soon lose <
die : livestock a II Ii \ both' demand the
enough to pay for fences and sanitary a Mississippi man wont: I boosted the price as high as present !l.nt Six < Illoik Tot ill, \ -thri'> ,

' precautions that will avoid cholera. to Chicago and obtained cornbel: [.conditions will permit and the land I :a'l ); of K 1.. Ir)1\n.;, \ ',' .I'aritThe I ) __; : dress I a nil) !J 1 7 -
fntrl Intul. lifltiu > d) In th
aHH HM< il( )
-4 Dr. A. H. Lojran. veterinary field prices for steers. According to th. offers no speculative opportunity. luini.of .1 .\. \Vilulit, al the date ofIxxtiame 1' the cool
loviliiie.sof 1 '
agent for th-2 United States: Department I National Livestock Mr. Yet it is out of this region thnt comes of snid' i ,-rl I llc-ali> 1 ,l, I : -i.,, .

of Agriculture who is stationed Reporter ;I the insistent call for the settler. It I."".... H"loI) tltU-alf' Hliall hire- -. the afternoon \-.Ct
; ; Hurdle is breeder\ .>r of Angus cattle, ; is in this compartively virgin region (1)) ui-l ... i coi il inn to "'W. Tax Dfeil t. 11
e at the University of Florida, that ,
, says
f 1' ulll IHHIIC I th.i.on ,jn tin- I 81 h. rl aye r costume. Nowhere
.. the !arm,.r8 are just now reachingthe but, the animals which he sold wore that the great new south will be Hi lit.nil.-i.! I A l > 1 Iliir.Vltn'RH I <. ( 'i :
where wrnt to control of ; built. For not only is it. capable of \ in\ I haml. nixl, official, nnnl at
out such
place they common Mississippi rrc models
.1 cows ;I .. soably
I Klsstiiim.-i.: thin the 17th Xay u :
but it is
'. the disease. They have seen their great development the only In '
" which had been bred to purebred auNts A. l I' lillC.>
. 7,) profit go and their herds wiped out bulls. 'I' remaining compartively unrestricted j 5... ovinsTnKKT.flcrk . shown as in
I of land in America circuit! Court. ( is, .'.un County. ,
1 .. In a few days. They have also seen Sixteen steers averaging 1,101\ I acreage virgin Slut ..r KlorlilnClrrult I, I tho I1
I : the benefit of-previi'ition. fencing, that may be purchased at $5 or $10 -
Seal 35-5t
pounds brought $10 a hundred. A ( (Court ) .
" and sanitation. To stop at this point an acre. \ -
drove of mixed steers and heifers averaging I I Summer '
would 'disastrous tnd all the work Only two uses have ever been made i ( ,
625 pounds brought $9.75 and ''TAXDKKII
>OTI' K ; that has bee ndone would be for noth. i, of this land-grazing of cattle and
mixed cows and heifers brought $8.75. ilIiIU "K f.rl"\ RT4 ANUK7R ,
I. #' Ing' These prices' hundred pounds [! the growing of timber. An immemorial "":Nfo1"" '. HTATl TKt OF I ,

; Interest in pure bred hoes: is growing almost as much per as' a whole range are custom of the squatter. handed run: NTATK OK FI.OHII)A. McCall

steadily and it is not idle or speculative steer brings at two or three old down from father to son for genera- Notion la hereby given that John 8.Padfl. .

interest. It is being; manifested when he is raised for a feeder.years Mr. I tions, has been to range his cattle in purehiia.r of Tax (O4rtlHrat No I '
bred animal the open pine woods. The squattermay Kit. dated the 6th day of Join A 1). I .- '- 1.1
in the purchase of pure Hurdle's animal. .
were long
yearlings. 1014. ha flIed ald Cwrtlflcate In my -.1 Book of SgFashions
have owned of landor
.t *. Some county agents report An A number. factors contributed to forty acres office and ha. made application for

increase of from 100 to 800 per cent make these steers break the market he mal not have owned an acre, Tax Deed to Issue In accordance to

I of bred hogs in' their counties but he dido.wn from 30.000 to 40,000 law. ,
tturo record for southern cattle. First Bald rertlflcat embrace. the follow- .
within the last year. With the in: I among these was the man who believed head of cattle-cattle that were Inbred InK land* lying and e In
(flux ,of, better blood, cholera will decrease inthe thinks which go to make wild, quarantined with the Texas Onceola County, State :, to- .
fever cattle tick. of :
; cine Canners realize that th"y good cattle; second, they were produced Every pound The HW14" of the NFH4 of Section (NOW ON SALE)
Blast jfivo better care or sustain in a tick free area: third, they meat was to him clear profit, however, Two (2)). townshIp '!:.....nty.ftve (IS) ", _C

greater, losses. The purebred i.nlmal were well born ; fourth they recelvodpJe.nttOf . South, rJ"nr"t"I; Bact. SPORTS COTUMfnnd nowhere will 4 cta1I Pat1...
- - -- --- - - - - -- - - - -- The ammrmmtd In the I. m1. MMT .tbl -
l' can not stand the neglect which in ac- good feed. I name of J. R. Smith at the date of IhCII paIls,.. .... 1211nn. "..' ", '",.. d1155" at
,icordod nativestock and'consequently by. professor of animal The Strong: Withstand the Heat of (..uance of said certlflcate.Unleil 11....._ ....... fit .jssi. you find so many c..ew, sw hItwa

will be fenced. This lessens the in the Summer Better Than the Weak Bald certificate shell bf redeemed hints which be '. g'
'\,they husbandry University of according to law. Tax Deed can easily carried out at home. With McCall

v ahane. ** ', of. contractinsr cholerA. Florida College of Agriculture says Old people who are feeble'and younger will I.! .".. thereon on the nth day of ,iterni tho smartest otyles can b, yours easily nnd at little' expewetSMART
that similar price. can be UDUcatedfor people who ue weak will be strengthened September. A. t). 1.1.

r r' ftoqx., ctnrnNO BEST WAY Florida cattle, if thoy are produced ad-eDablec1-to go through the depress RURlmmee' Wltneei ,Bnjr this tiajd the and I7th official day of....a1',lAu-at A. S. '

> ''TOPEOPAG.TI- GUAVAS under klniilar condition*. Mississippi lag beat of summer by taking(; regularly u.t. A. D i9ii. OVERSTnIlET GILBERT

1 .k S *- \ V. offers no better opportunities Grove's Tastelets Chill Tonic. It purifies L. :

.' '- of for good cattle than Florida and enriches the blood and builds vp Clerk' Circuit jCouft.' Oaoeola' County. K.JSSIMMEE"l.; >" .' Fl
rh&ciitoma.r7/ : way propagating producing \ Stats ..t. lorlda. - -: ORIDA: .
't' la from seeds.", This metbod is ,' -' the whole; .5Oc. r I :.n ( rnlC'Ooirt fl e.L). .U '...
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