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: September 1, 1916
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00766
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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iORKMANpIES:( SIDNEY J, CATTS' TO'. BANKERS'FINANCING COMPANY : CHANGE MADE IN GOOD OUTLOOKFOR H


SPEAK HERE SATURDAY COLE GO

"\ AS ,HE FALLS !!I|CANDIDATE I_' TAKES OVER CITIZENS BANK JEWELRY. .BUILDING:

< 'F 0 R GOVERNOR H. O. BROWN TAKES OVER INTEREST -
WILL ADDRESS THE VOTERS OF H. E. COLE AND a
I FROM THE BAND STAND BEGINNING t. COMPANY WILL HEREAFTERBE

OFF LADDER AT' 7SO O'CLOCK- KNOWN'' AS H. O. BROWN INTERURBAN

z CONSIDERABLE BEING-SHOWN. INTEREST IS Strong Financial Interests Acquire Part Of Senator Arthur f. COMPANY LAKELAND.-COLE. GOES TO

Donegan's Holdings; and Will Assume 'Control At Once ... -' ,
Considerable interest has bean i
An important business deal
::louis Messer, Carpenter Employed shown in the announcement that Sidney W th. J. R. Anthony, Jr., As President and Rodger consummated today when H. was O. Capitalists from North Send

on Tucker Residence, J. Catte of -Florida, candidate will for speak the governorship from- Dodd As CasSer--f.i W. Hill Remains As E Brown, Cole purchased in the Cole the Jewelry interest"Company.of H. Representatives to Confer

the band stand on Broadway Saturday Vice-President of Institution. Mr. Brown will .assjum control of the Officials Here -
Victim of Heart Disease With ,
night, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. Mr. store at once and the firm name will

CatU is making a tour of tho entire Changes of considerable Importance Palm Beach of West Palm Beach be changed to that of H. O. Brown &
State in the interest of His candidacy. in Kissimmeo financial circles Florida. In the immediate neighborhood LOOKS 4
CAME HtttlROM DAYTONA Because of the primary election con-: have taken place in"the last few days of Kissimmee such banks as the! CMr Brown has been connected with BRtNNER[ OVER PLAN' ,
when the I tron r interests represented State Bank' of Winter Haven, Peoples the store for the past few months, .
test in which W..V. Knotty who was in Florida by the Bankers' Financing State Bank of Lakeland the .
Fellow Worknjen Unshed to Hit Aid also a candidate the Democratic pri Company, of J.ckllonvilloJ. took overa tate Bank of Aubumdale as.well as i Tenn.having. where come here he was.from connected Nashville with, Aichison: Kansas, Man 'Sp ads Ser..

and Called //Physician: But Death is seeking to have himself declared part of the holdings of Senator Arthur 'the new Bank of Dade City, Florida [the George: R. Calhoun Company for era] Days With Vic.r..41eatw. : y
the nominee through a feeount E. Donegan in tho Citizens Bankof are connections of the
Came They Carried Himto Financing a number of years. He is an experienced S. AJyea. and Secretary.:
a of the vote, the interest in the
!general Kissimmee, in the State Bank of Company. All of these banks will be I watchmaker and has had ten
a Shady Spot en election is more intense- than in for- Haines City and in the State Bank of I readily recognized: as strong, conservative -I years experience in the jewelry bu l- Treasurer William Hall,
the Lawn. mer years. Eau Gallie and assumed the management ably managed and profitable I He has himself good of St do-d.
i i i Candidate Catts ha:. been heard here ness. proven a
and control of these banks.It institutions. Their financial stand business man during his residence
o White at work on a small ladder in only the once, having visited the city early is understood that, under the I ing and backing are., unquestionedand here and has made many friends both According toO present indications,
on the front porch of the now resi- carried primary election campaign. He terms of tho dear Setfatbr Donegan they are in position to control in business and socially, all of whom, there la a bright outlook ahead of the ,
,., dente of J. Wade Tucker, north of Osceola county however, and will {any amount of funds to
has retain an interest in each of the necessary predict for him a successful: : career. Central Florida Interurban Railway
the city shortly after one o'clockWednesday a large following in Kissimmee.An institutions, will be represented on 'meet the demands of their respective H. E. C61e, who has been the man Company, which plans to build line
afternoon, Louis Messer, effort will be made to also ar- the Board of Directors of each and '|'I communities and to absolutely protect ager of the store has purchased the from Melbourne on the East Coast to ',t?
a carpenter about forty old, range a speaking: data at St. Cloud will continue in all depositors. L. Hull Kissimmea and
yearn for the close sympathy and interest of C. in! the Cole Jew- St. Cloud and thence'to'
suffered an attack of heart trouble O.'Bryan afternoon.will introduce Attorney Mr. CatU Lewis at co-operation with too institutions, although -i| Senator Don- gitn has tor some .elry Company at Lakeland Mid will Orlando .Ute} .Sl lford.. : a
and fell to the ground. He was pick the meeting here. the direct management'and responsibility time desired to be free to devote his 1 j[move there to look after his inter- During the week C. D. Brenner, of ,
ed up by fellow workmen and carriedto of them .passes to the entire time to his large personal 'interests ests. C. A. Cole, his brother, will Atchison. Kansas, has spent several
a shady spot nearby, but apparently Bankers' Financing Company, of outside of the banks. It is continue to be interested in both days with W. S. Alyea, vicepresidentof ,I
died before aid could be given METER ORDINANCE IS Jacksonville, and its allied interests.It 'also recognized that a large operating stores. the company, and William Hall
:him. Dr. T. M. Rivers was called immediately is stated that the interests of company with unlimited financialresources The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. secreatry-treasurcr, both of St. Cloud,
but pronounced him dead the Bankers' Financing Company will behind it and which makes'!Cole will regret to lotto: them from going over the country through which I
upon his arrival. I DISCUSSED BY BOARD be represented on- the J. R. is:i Luf-iness of operating and financing I'among the city's residents but will it is proposed to build the interurban A' q
Mr. Messer camo here from Daytona Anthony, Jr., who will succeed Sena- I banks is in a better position to bring all wish them prosperity in their new line. He represents a syndicate of
where his family lives. His tor Donegan as President of the bank !,in the additional capital and to fur- home. capitalists in northern and western
widow arrived today from Tampa TRADE'BODY MEETING ON MONDAY and by Messrs. William M. Davis andR. 'nish the desired security to all depositors states who expect to !ftnanc-. the plan. /- ;,
whore she had been visiting, and will NIGHT RESOLVED ITSELF L. flyer, of the strong Orlando !I that are needed to assist in Together they were in Kissimmee {
accompany the body to Daytona, INTO TALK FEST UPON QUESTION Bank &: .Trust Company, of Orlando, building up the-business interests of PLANNING CHANGES IN Wednesday en route to Tampa. The
whre it will be taken for burial. OF THE CITY. REQUIRING Florida, wjhich institution i is also connected I Kissimmee.I present plan of the company late be- y
I DEPOSIT FROM ALL WATER with he interests of the Bank- ,I plan of the new interests will Kin work at the Melbourne end and .
BANK DEPOSITS SHOWBUSINESSJHNDITION USERS. ers' Financing Company |be to cooperatewith Senator Done- FRATERNITY HALL ROOF build across to St. Cloud. It ia not f
I The Bankers' Financing Company, ,pun in building up the business Interests improbable that the logging road of
When the Board of Trade met on of J.eksonviJIe1 is a Florida corpora- of Kissimmee and Osceola the Hopkins Lumber Company will.
tion, the Bankers Trust Their ' Architect Alan J. MacDonough [ispreparing be utilized, giving the
furnish
Monday night in called session it resolved representing county.: polic a nen. ompan1' Vii
itself into a public forum on Company, of Atlanta, Ga., which is desired I plans for changes to be immediately some twenty-five\ or more ,
the question: of the proposed water the parent organization of the ,le-gitimate made in the roof of Fraternity Hall. miles of trackage. The company
meter ordinance which will come up Witham System of community banks, the benefit of its local customers. 'I Considerable trouble has been experienced plans to build*from St. Cloud to Or.
SIXTY PER CENT INCREASE for passage at the meeting of the and which is interested in a large Safety to depositors is its first rule with the roof of this building lando by way 'of the Milliard Island f
LAST SUMMER
OVER SAME TIME OF city council next Tuesday night.A number of banks in New York, New i I -then a profit for the stockholders. and the! supports which hold it and section with a spur track to Kissim I
IN FIGURES
SHOWN large majority of those present Jersey, Georgia and Florida. There ,i It is announced that F. W. Hill will many changes have been made with mee. This route has been decided
STATE BANK LESS MONEY
opposed the' measure according toj the ana some 165 of these banks, 40 of remain vice-president- the bank. I little success. Architect MacDon upon in order to be able to handle
.DRAWN OUT THAN IN FORMER trend of the argument.. Members ofi which are located in Florida. Some Roger Dodd, an experienced and suc- ough now has a plan which he believes -' fruit and vegetable packages as the t
YEA RS. i i the city council were present and of the prominent Florida banks are '''cessful I banker, will succeed P. K. will make the building entirely new lines will cater to both freight ,

is the took part in the argument, supporting the Orlando Bank & Trust Company, Weaver as cashier. The latter g.en- safe and sound. and passenger traffic. ;,
the
That
i present summer Bankis the proposed deposit 'Ian as a guar of Orlando, with some $800,000 or t'tinan' will continue to reside in Kis According to Messrs. Hall an; Al- i
of the State
best in the history $900,000 deposits Peoples Bank of simmee but leaves the bonk the proposed lino is mooting with I
the statement of C. A. Carson, kntee of water charge payment. ; to take RECORD RUN IN AUTO yea
of business However, it it is adjured that when Jacksonville, with some $800,000 deposits up another line of business. Mr. encouragement in every quarter and kh4
president. Speaking Carson said that the bank conditions the council meets next Tuesday night ; Miami Bank & Trust Company Dodd and his family are expected to the realization of their hopes is look
Mr. reflect the there! will be a large attendance of i of Miami, Florida; and the Bank of arrive nekt week. TO JAX MADE MONDAY ed for at no distant date. f
deposits always prosperityof
citizens de-1 I Last week the Commercial Club of
to argue the question of I - --------- t
a community. posits before any action is taken by Melbourne and members o2 the city l
Based upon this premise Kissim- the council. i B -MIN-STR lS-- I What to be the record council passd a resolution the sense
mee and Osceola county need haveno I TONIGHT ATGRAYSTONE may prove of which was thut the organization
Jacksonville to
fear as to their business situationfor automobile run from would do everything that it could to
the figures of the State Bank DONEGAN INTERESTS Rlpsimmee or vice versa was made
tho
further the interests of now com
show an increase in deposits of sixty I II early :Monday f morning, when Senator "If
per cent over the same time last year .;. };. Donegan's Super-Six Hudson pany...An election is soon to be held In St.
and the total deposits are now larger CASINOBETHEREThe negotiated' the more than 200 mile
I, TO BOOM ST1 CLOUD"AND Cloud the quo.t.lon of granting
I upon
than they 'have ever been at the same run in r'.x: hours and twenty-five mm. a franchise to. the company and it il
period. utes. Only seven hours over, all-were likely that the franchise will
appears
in the b-H
SIDEWALKS TO I SENATOR CORPORATE ST.ASSOCIATES CLOUD DEVELOPMENT IN.- I .. Concert Band Minatrels [ an orchestra of ten J leoe.. Walter thirty-five consumed minutes making were taken trip.up,in' be position.granted as there is little or no op- ,
FINE
COMPANY, WIIICH will be given tonight'.at the Bass and Jaibo, the Mysterious, will stops at various cities en route. t
I be ,the star end men, while other The car was driven a portion of the
HAS TAKEN OVER SEMINOLE Casino.
The boys have
CITY SCHOOL I,. LAND AND INVESTMENT Graystone blackface artists will be Bill Nelson, distance by Fred Baas and the remainder TWO HURT WHEN AUTO
IMPROVE at'
COMPANY'S PROPERTY. beenworking hard rehearsals for Bole Johnson,Alphorso Cms Roscoe by Paul K. Weaver. Eugene -
.. several weeks and have rounded outa Roberson Prator Gilbert and Leroy C." Bryan and Senator Dnoeganwere :
flne program which is sure to please. Lesley Tony Regero and Jim Woodall also in the party.' 'On the tripto NITSBUOCYIN CITY '
Behind the of incorporation -
publication
Concrete sidewalks being built an There will be of 1
are plenty music good will sing the ballads and the chorus Jacksonville Saturday night the .
notice in the St. Cloud Triblun
around the Osoeola High School build- jokes and several specialties that will
ia of in white face will be J. B. Walker running' time was about seven hours.
a development story import 1
jug.These I''to St. Cloud and the entire oounty of surprise the public. A. E. JSchweikart, Bert Wells, W. G. William Stockton, a Jacksonville attorney MR. AND MRS. W. T. GOLD SEVERELY
walks will almost entirely Jim Woodall will be interlocutor.
Hankins. Guy Gardner, William Ar- and son of J. N. C. Stockton, INJURED WHEN
surround the building and will make 1, Osteola There will bo s chorus of fifteen and I old an .Willie Sutton who I had been here on business, ac- THROWN OUT ON PAVEMENTON
it possible to enter either of the three This notice prints the proposed I ______ JL ___________ _ _ companied_ party to Jacksonville. MAIN STREET LAST SATURDAY
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charter of the St. Cloud Development
entrances of the building in sort
of weather without tho necessity any of Company with a capital of 1160,000, NIGHT-ROBERT CHAP
wading through pools of water, as ,of which Arthur E. Donegan is president }IROSTRIKE MAY BE ST. CLOUD HEARS PLAN MAN. APOPKA. DROVE CAR.
has been the condition i ire rainy weather -t| Pat Johnson, vice president, and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gold were severely +
in the past. )James M. Johnston, secretary and injured last Saturday night,
treasurer. FOR BIG COUNTY FAIRA when thrown frOfn tho buggy in f", 'i-
The new company, it is understood, which they wero riding en route to
OTIS STEVENS TAKES I has taken over the extensive interests CALLED OFF IF BILL IS PASSEDWASHINGTON their home north of the city. The i
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of he Seminole Land and Investment large delegation of Kissimmee accident occurred on Main street .
Company, which founded St. whin their vehicle was struck by a i
people, accompanied by the band, motored -
PALACE DRUG CO. :!! ttw
OVER Cloud. Senator Donegan, who is to ct; Cloud last Friday night Ford automobile' driven Robert
president! of the new company, is Aug. 31.Beliefgrew ing. of the law from trix to nine to explain to the citizens there the Chapman, son of O. M'Ch-'p of vi.i
'planning a campaign of developmentfor in all quarters here tonight that months, and report to Congress. I plan for the Osceola County Fair. Apopka. ,
Otis Stevens assumed the management St. Cloud which promises to bunni the great railroad strike called for This, with the date Decomber let, f1. A. Caihon temj>orarv president Young Chapman became excited as >
of the Palace Drug Store this that section as it was never boomed'before. next Monday morning would be averted. is, in substance, the Adamson Bill, revised -lot the Osccold County Fair Association the result of the .occident and drove i
morning, Sam G. Ragsdale retiring At the close of a day of conferences by Representative Adamsonand , explained the details of the or- hurriedly away from the scene. ode
from the business as president of the i Exact: details of the deal for the and hearings, Congress appar- Democratic Leader Kitchin, after 'ganization thoroughly and asked that was apprehended later near the\? homeof
company and manager. i[property and the plans for the fu- ently was prepared to pass tomorrowor conferring with President Wil- |the St. Cloud people take stock in the E. L. Lesley and- brought' back to .
Mr. Stevens will be in active con- ture have not as yet been given out, Saturday the eight-hour legisla- son, which A. B. Garretson, spokesman ,association. the city. lie was held by the authorities ''
trol of the store and will be assistedby but that activity is. sure to follow is tion which heads of the employes' for the Brotherhoods, stated for No, subscriptions were secured= at until his father arranged for his
W. T. Goodyear, who has been all assured fact. /brotherhoods have declared officially .mally late today would be considered I the meeting but it is thought likely release. A small fine WAS asoeased
pharmacist for some time. \ j' 'will cause them to telegraph the code a "satisfactory settlement" and pre ,that several, St. Cloud people will follow by the city court upon his paymentof \
Mr. Stevens states that he will continue -, L BEAMAN message necessary to revoke the vent tho walkout. the lead of County CommissionerA. damages to the injured persons. '
to operate an up to date drug MRS.JOHN strike order.Although Later, the Senate Interstate Commerce F. Bass, who later subscribed for Mr and Mrs. Gold were both badly 'a
business and will appreciate the patronage -''I President Wilson still de- Committee agreed to reportout $100 in stock.Vacancies shaken up and bruised and were ).
of his friends. Mr. Stevens GROWS RECORD GUAVAS sires strongly to see his whole legis- a similar bill, with date January have been left on the brought to the city for medical treat- .t i
is a fine young man who came to Kis- latjve program accepted; and Demo- let, and with roads under 100 miles in board 6f directors for three members ment. Mr. Gold is a painter and was it:
Bimmee several months ago from eratie-- leaders in m the___._ !Senate' have length and electric street railway and from St. Cloud and they will be filled formerly employed by Ernest L. .r
Wauchula. Recently he has been employed -, to the ideas of their own about what shouldbe interurban lines exempted.Mr. from among thoaefwho take stock.E. Green. {'
John I. Beaman
+ in the office of Senator ArthurE. brought! Administration \
[ f Donegan.Mrs. I Valley Gazette office this week the virtually done conceded tonight spokesmen that the' and Mrs. H. W. LeTissier and ,I C. Harrington, editor of the. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. 0 4J
I largest guavas that have ever been. bill finally passed would provide only daughter, of St Louis, arrived this I Apopka News, and H. H. Withering- The pastor will preach at the usual 'l
W. L. Dunne, two children, grown in this section in the knowl- for: week and are located temporarily at I ton, a prominent citizen of that place, services nday school at 'f
and her mother, Mrs. John Creswell.of edge of the Gazette force. They were the Graves house until they can find were visitors hero on Monday. Mr. 9:45: ; W. "C, Bryan,* superintendent "q
San Antonio, Texas, have arrivedand of the White Spanish variety and An eight-hour day for trainmen in a residence. Mr. LeTissier has suc- I Harrington, besides his duties as edi[ Classes suited to all ages. Sermon
joined Mr. Dunne, who is land would weigh fully a quarteT ofa_ interstate commerce, effective December ceeded A. Rosen as manager of the tQr has leased the Wekiwa Springaand at 11 a. m. Subject' fOur Greatest &
1 commissioner of the South Florida &: pound each. They were solid and of 1st, or January 1st, with the Kissimmee Fisheries Mr. Rosen has [Is planning many improvementsI Obligation." Subject at 7:30, "A
Gulf Railroad. They are now stopping fine flavor. The guavas were grown present ten-hour rate of pay and pro- not yet decided upon his future connections dIn this popular recort He expects: to Timely Warning.. Come: to the coolest
at the Graystone. Hotel, but will by Mrs. Beaman from the seed and rata overtime; and : but it .U probable that he I I'I have everything in tip top shape withIn in the city ..and receive a I.hou
later take a house here for the win I the trees which boro thorn were only A small commission appointed by I'' will return to St. Louis from which a few weeks and invites the Kis'timmee warm welcome. You are cordially In. t
ter. two years old. the President to investigate the work. city he came several months ago. I public to visit him there.. sited to attend. \ rry tR;




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town almost at the geographical A town that though in the cen- A town near which can be seen A town that has the BEST A town that baa a High School all of them. No other town tmt
: center of Florida if the counties ter of Florida; has river navigation picturesque: cowboy life on the drinking water U Florida. It la orchestra equal to any in Floridaor Florida por, *s* i nearly all of'
weal of the Chattaboochee: and transportation{ to Lake cattle range of the prairies adjacent almost absolutely p...... any other State.A them- nles it he St. Cloud earslater *
river are ceded to Alabama.A Okeeehobee, and thence into ..4th.er city.Surely .
Atlantic ocean or Gulf of Mexico. to and south of Lake To- A town wher Might Is always tow that has nearly 5,000of 1
town at or near (or soon will hopekanga (the.town's waterfront cool-and sleep always U pleasant." cosssopolitaa. population. a tow situated a* la'KUiiaaiee '
of
\to) the State'scenter popula U tho IDEAL loeatioa'site
tion. / A town that has as its waterfront ). A tow where cooling hreetsi 'A town that .has mIl.of, paved for the capital dly'of the
i, A town that has railroad traas.perUUon a acenie lake /nfteea miles A town net excelled in a rIcaI- (not merely aephyra) New" aimedcondanally. streets--sad la adding ..... State of Florida.

to three compassMtoiaU long and one to three miles wId.A ..- taral and hortiealtaral ,productivity . A town tbrwgh which the W bv < Mi ieBtload' KU-,
'''ail of the State-oortaeast, town set'iA tJJ.:"" .ba4 and variety by any other see A town that ... loas sickness Dixta Highway p..... .;!i
Tgimthwest, _tla eat. between vast prairies) and. Ever ties of Florida. Its soil prods o. than any other term W Milt ........ T&ri.P..7 cemmer
..)4 A town needing only a few glades to the south and aoataeaat.fatare Irish petaUea W BroliloaUy a* aiM ta Florida, ., tlaetlve A town that has U the saost dls-. del features _d' prespeeta.. 4 wt: t

,more Bulea of railroed construction ( winter garden for the- doe that of celebrated Hastings.Strawberries' -A-town that has one oc* the host ', lope the naato United States.FIori4aperSa hold that, comioerrral<< or traded; ,
to give' It .direct rail tranaportatkm I whole, or. nearly all of the United I. are produced MI aaceeeafnlly -' With SchooK in ... State' CA f :'oMbJderaUona, :....... .4 ..* 'derv tfplaeo ram
to Florida's southeast- I States) and the pin .hl lands as about PlantCity and : KISSIMMEE .ia the tows which of lpin
_1.i ern territory and around to Key and their, citras groTea, (arms/, StarVe.' Ko with aay,Jorida soilprodact town that haa .a* exc Doai ""po.a.os theee advantage N.other' ia the choke* ** ff1]**""
I j; ,We... I etc;;; tai the,' north-and west. that might be 1 huntioaed.V .uaidbal>> and oC music. a.waia, Florida JMMMCOM ..,: (i; r

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tL \ .animal' husbandry In the Universityof

Florida College fo Agriculture, is Prince Albert gives
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of the opinion, that the grade: will i
: Sf. Cloud Department have to ba raised. The quickest wayto

raise the jrrado Is by the introduction smokers suchdelight '

of 'pure Wood and high Trade ,
bulls, crossed on tho best selected native '

''1 NEWS AND NOTES OF,THE "WONDER. CITY" FROM: OUR OWN ,breedings cows. < A; r \ 'because: i

b I .. SPECIAL, CORRESPONDENTs CHANGE FROM PEANUTS. ,
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s+ \ L TO CORN FOR HOGS( I c41 "L. -it* flavor so different pxul so o
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eq. W. S. Alyea C. IX Brenner, C .E. portion of lust week. The farmer! who is growing hog 1<' ', delightfully good;

r Carlson, Mr. JBooth and, Mr. l Pruitt, I G. B, Woodall and family have for market other than the local trade :-r.' S -it ''can't bite

n t went by auto last Thursday by wayof moved .to KUsimmee to upend the (must finish his animals on corn. The w your } ;

}, Ocala, 'to Homffsassu, and on to winter. parking houses do not want peari'it ?'t. -it can't parch your
the coast The trip wag very much I :\11'11. Anderson and daughter E lber- fed hogs unless the" have been fin .

enjoyed by all. ta spent Monday in KiHBimnvoe, the ished on Rome feed that will'' producea -you can smoke as. .
: Mr. and Mrs. Levi! Shambow returned Jouestot! Mrs K. P. Buller. solid fat. hard like ;
r as as
you
Jast Friday evening after a I PEU-A-WAY. The time that it takes to finish sn w.

? few weeks visit to friends and relatives LOSSS-r LIVESTOCK: animal "varies but )Dr.) A. II. Logan, t , comeback but real
at Momda, Mont., and Chicago, ) ) field for I i
I veterinary agent the "Unitoil) ; Pineal 4
\KCKLY, I I'KEVENTARLK ;

&. Ills.W.. S. Alyea, William Hall, C. 1..I',' Tosses to Florida cattle' and hogs .,who States is stationed Department at the of University Agriculture"of; "tfv. / :' On the reverse side of
Carlson andlC. n. Brenner motored to'
Florida, suggests! 30 or 40 days. Thi- Albert will] read
t ,from exposure and disease are heavier package you : I.l
KipBimmee on Tuesday. ; does. not that the animals
mean shouldbe .
'
than for the United l Slates. us a 6'Ui 't r
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McGoo and ( { PROCESS PIIITEr.TtD"UL
:30 40 )
.( .r :'whole.) That most of this loss is unnecessary put on corn or days before t.
three children, who have been visiting J, .they go to market. The change would], ti 1 SOTS ieoT'That
evident )because diseases
their uncle, Mr. A. Dyer, left last is he too sudden. It is never advisableto S means to you a lot of
than
visit fiicnds Erie. I'a., are no more prevalent in Florida,
Thursday to in change feeds I suddenly, butto Prince Albert has
'joyment.
elsewhere and the weather" i is mlu'hmlld..r.
before, returning to their home in change on a hog that! is too busy ,
Uisbee Arizona. l I' The ]loss from exposure nt getting sold without coupons! or
fat to take care of his digestive
)Dr, J. 1)) Chunn motored to )Deer) leant should be extremely low. would be disastrous.Dr. prefer to give quality I
'. far the United organs
Paik Tuesday. I ( C Hare, field] agent
on Logan suggests that the changebe
W S. Alyea, William Hull, C. D. '' States Bureau of Crop Estimates
made
Farmers
r Brenner and C". K. Call motored calls attention to live :.lock\ statistics gradually. shouldbegin
son ,
i ii sued the Bureau leccntly. The l feeding 'orn'at least 90 day '
to Klssimmec on Wedni-sdiiy morning : by before, the animal is tp be marketed.An I.
lots on Florida hops from disease ., ALBERT j
where took the tnnn for Tampa.
I they RINGE
: In ear a day will do at""lrRt, Thli! .
11 cent. the
a W. A. "Drawdy)) spent Tuesday in during 1SM3! was per should be increased gradually untila
Kenansville. I I United States the loss was fi,(53: per I I 00"V
month before marketing time whenthe .
Cent. The total loss on Florida] cattle -
and Mrs.I
t Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Smith ':
animal should
be
Theodore )Deschner) havelI'rln.d |I from disease and exposure was I rrlirn of receiving a full the national joy tmokeKOU
I Ilpt'nt '4." cent. loss in corn.ITRlTII \
from Vinton, Iowa where they have per Corresponding I
some time. the United States was :3.03 per cent. LL. And chwry ho.dy-do *>". *.P no i,?qi I l e
G I.DE ... .
'The exceptionally large loss on Flor- .r how much of.mtrttnffr you in finocA
Mrs. Jennings, D
Mr. and
Bonier for, P" .
offh..ood. into "
drop
STUDIED BY MAIL you
who have spent some time at Bridgeport 'ida hops is probably due to cholera, I in goodness and Albert right. thfr--mt th*Ant plmcm> you I
Conn., and Long( Island, N. Y., 'although conditions for cholera are p.:. ,h.f wife tobacco Th. Poppy red J, ,I ]i 1 i
I returned home Tuesday evemnK. ''probably no more favorable here than Trucking is one of the most imopr- in pipe satisfaction >//. for k rttckfi nrf fA. rirfr ,*.dhnfor.dm.fh.nfh.r..fh.h.nd d I
i f tant industries in the state. With I f
Rev. Father Fox, of Orlando, was elsewhere. ( oin*pound and ".".pound ttn IU D ,
', in our city on Tuesday Loss on cattle from exposure whichis citrus growing it shares the a'tten'tion I is all we or its enthusiastic humidor. mnd. of the homeseeker. A 4im humidor whmpong
cryutotl t
average
2.01 in Floridais
at cent
t'i and of Nar- placed per ( i
Mrs. Ebert daughter, *
I large number of farmers in the state friends ever claimed mototton+ fop
the :
entirely too high when mild cli-
:.y coossee, were shopping in St. Cloud tnmt tiottpm ** for i
4 mate is considered. With proper at- have made, and are making, mon y bmoco tn .uoAu
t Wednesday. tention and care the centage of growing truck croos. There is no for it a.n/ ,*inn 4MfQ
/ Mrs.: Anna Peckham and daughter j per mH-th.- '
'' reason that more farmers should not
losses from both disease and
;: PrUcilla, returned Monday, afterI exposureCan -I
I f
Ills. be reduced even below that of the find trucking profitable. The area in It answers smoke ,desire III
spending some time at Chicago I(I Florida which can produce winter every you \
!
Mrs. Milo Fisher and family leave United States at laige Suppose that .
!
1 e i Thursday for Knoxville] Tenn., where there were 1,000,000( cattle in Florida 'with vegetables the millions is small of) when compar.-il, or any other man ever had It is so I "''JulY.

", to make their home. last year and, that they wereol.th vegetablehungiynorthei
I, they Mr.expect and Mrs. C. B. Hughes, who ,$15,0(1(1.00(1( ( ( (Ileduct from that 2.01 I The ner'. of Florida cool and fragrant and appealing to your j RJ li ;
and idea be hud of i I University Coller-
time at per| rent an can
have bcn spending some agriculture offers( a < smokeappetite that will with II1NeD'y' !
.orrel get chummy
) Knoxville, Tenn., arrived home last 1 the enormous waste\ that i is experienced lof you
cattlemen each from nce ionise in trvu-kmg This ('poFJd.// NQr
liy
week.A year expolire it in I ,li
and alone] Politically all of it I''' ,'hi recently been' revised and a mighty short time I I I
surprise birthday party was ,
: :
less. td. It I! ( 'pi>i mllv adapted to FloiiI ide i
Mrs. lieebty lli:
given Tuesday evening
on
1 (I i conditions and will lie found /
at the home of her mother, Mr, K.. I K: I' -- rlili1' liv oneho intends to profit' i Will you invest 5c or lOc to prove out our sayTM.. \* 1.. r.._
)DEMAND Poll FLORID) any grow .
Williams, by the 1'riscillu Chili and . AI...... Ud..
E. church} and i C1"I'I.1WILL: (;Roll vItahl''s whether for home or mar the .. . . .
choir of the First M. kct The text hook which is used i il. i- I so on national joy smoke ? U'>U P l t d ti ut
relatives and friends. The (evening | tar.. a.d. ,.li..L.t .k __
l.\ P, I II. Rolf dean of '
the .I
t ; was pleasantly passed, with, music and 'I Somebody has said that Florida It i- of fl'ook., Colleg- Ia _.101.. ...*...Albert ..... ,
the that
i one
calf incubator for hll\'j
become the
must >
..tr games and-after dainty lefreshmcntswore the cattle industry of the United 1o'll1 written for Florida] condition1-. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Win.ton-Salem N. C. to ro'IKTHEL "' w.' .

a late served hour for the their guests"several departed homes.at I States. How well that prediction is' I 1'pr'her information ('on'erninjthi_ l I, _ <1
w. working out can be, seen from the course nd others that are offered 1 maybe -
;% I 440444444S4S'444 large number of feeders that are shipped had h}' addressinir the College of : BAPTIST ell CRCII. !! C. A. CARSON President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary. .

4 SIIIJ'I' (;LE CKEEK. 4N out of th" Mute, and the number Agriculture, Gainesville. \
4404444444444444A /increasing every year Florida ,s Sunday, September :3rd-Sunday
:i Speaking from the tick family's (school 10 a. m. Preaching by the The
social by Mri I.. C*. Hron- now shipping feeders to the same Waters & Carson
given of last week from ''westein sections which us.'d to ship viewpoint, things lopk mighty blue pastor at 7:15 p. m. Prayer meet
son on Wednesday feeders to the cornltelt. That indicnt'- I"th"n we think of ho farmer aid nags" Wednesday evenings 7:15.'ote| I
3 to 5 p. m. in her beautiful now home his long suffering cattle I! ospeet'- change in hour of evening worship.
that the of feeders is running\
was one of the most pleasant and jn- supply are brighter. Progress in eradicationis Come and fill the house. I I
low. The will until all ;
_
of the The grow I _
joyable ones season. pur-
.. i ouient; in practically cattle
lor and ;available cattle lund in the state is every Grocery Company
'f spacioudininp.! roomveie
stains of the state.
,, most beautiful and tastefully decorated occupied. I
There )s a closer market than Texas 'MAY Y
t with Dotted begonias, ferns and I STOMACHE I
; Grower I
und flowers of and Oklahoma for Florida feeder1-. Mr. Citrus what are you :
+ geraniums' cut rOS'band going to do ahout th.ehitefly? It r I
e When the attic tick has been eradicated -
] in abundance 1
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Boujfanvillas were .;
will be time to for the fall
the color scheme being carried, out \"i, , most of the feeders will gto spray ONE DOSE WILL CONVINCEGalI
the corn belt. Corn belt] farmers need, mod l before long. The fungi i have
which favorite
lavender colors and of green Mrs., G. H. were Woodall-, feeders and' they will turn to Florida li'lnecl<< about all they can, and the oil | Stones, Cancer ana Ulcers of the GROCERIES :

the of honor. ,who to for them as soon as they can obtain sprayare_ in order. {Stomach and Intestines, AutoIntoxication .
a L guest was soon ___un __ ____ ______
leave for her winter home in Kissimmee. -,the grade of animal that they want. Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis
'
After some time very pleasant. 'However, tick eradication is not the NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD and other fatal ailments result from .'J
ly spent in social conversation en interesting only necessary I step to ipen this mnrI ,{}
< Stomach Trouble. Thousands of .
contest of Biblical ket. C. L. Willoughby, professor of

.)..4 was engaged in. Mrs, J. ;F.questions Nis- 'I Ii I ,I Expels scrofulous humors from the Stomach t Sufferers owe their complete 0000404040440000 4040004000400000

i- ,1 wonger was the successful winner of Lax-Fes, A Mild. Effective axativa& Liver'Tonic blood, which cause constipation, mar recovery to Mayr's Wonderful 0 0 4 0 }

I ,r I> the price, which was a very dainty Does Not Gripe nor Disturb the Stomach.' I laria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pim Remedy IJnlika any other; fer Stomach 00 WE SELLs ; 00 0 WE BUYS i ,,0 l't

t. :handkerchief. The connotation( prize'I In addition to other properties,Lax-POI ples, etc. Get It at Osceola Pharmacy : Ailment. For sale by J. Z. Ro 00 .00 ". "J,,. 0
I O''
rr f' -waa Won by Mrs. F.II. Tyner, a prct- contain Cascara ia acceptable form aitiniulatinKLaxativeandTonic. HAY + I 00 'I'Ito'
; ;y -,I, 'ty. napkin decorated with lavender I Lax-Fos on a guarantee to satisfy. berson and"druggists everywhere. 0 4 HIDES O f't

y flowers. Delicious refreshments consisting acts effectively and does not gripe nor 0 GRAIN 00 00 0"
..
y, ,.( of cake and ice cream were disturb stomach. At the same time, it aids I II 0 4 4 FURS 00 '.IfI.
r then served, just such as the amiable digestion,arouses the liver and secretions 0 FERTILIZERS 0 00 00 Ae

.hostess knows how to prepare. Mrs. and reatoresthehealthjnnctlons. SOc. I 0 00 WOOL 0 '!:';
, ',., \Voodall then gave a short talk in'': SHINGLES 0 00 > ?

r ., which she ,expressed her<< gratitude to Drives Out Malaria. Builds Up SystemThe The of the worldare 0 0 00 AND 00"
Mrs. Bronson for her kind considers1 Old Standard general' strengthening tonic. eyes I ORANGE BOXES 00 I 00 0 t

tion, also to the guests, reminding GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drives out 0 00 00 ALL 00 ,;.
1 them of how much she had enjoyed Malaria.enrlchrs bipod.and' bu'd..ptbe sys 0 ORANGE WRAPS, 00 0
tem. A true tonic. For adults and children. :SOc 00'I ,1
t her stay among them and her regrets I 0 'I 00 COUNTRY '.1

!tt to leave them, which were replied to ,, on the man whoSAVES i 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 00 : .
N by all telling her how much she would 0 0 00 PRODUCE O t

ed be missed and wishing her a pleasant I 0 CRATE NAILS 00 0 0 "
[ winter in Kissimmee. Those present 00 r 0 00

' were: Mrs. G. C Bronson, Mis. G. $;,psSPECIALLY i 0040444444444044 0400040400004400We
B. Woodall :Mrs. Anderson and I r
i daughters Miss Elberta and Miss

r Margaret Mrs. Rebecca; Overstreet, I
Mrs. K. I It. Tyner and small daughter, 'I sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.

r' Mattie Belle Mrs. J. )F Niswonger, Wi give special attention.. to fitting out hunting and camping parties.
Mrs. P. G. Cromartie, Mrs. C. A. Garrett -, [ I
Mrs. A. R. Dennis Miss Thelma ADAPTED Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12.

Woodall, Mrs. W. I.. Mosley, Mrs. R. 1 We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and prier!

r'r'J i Ivey and Earlo Bronson. For Your on fertilizers. _
S Mrs. Ed. Keen of Windermere, visited ,

her sister. Mis. Walter lironson, --" I__ _. __' ___

Tuesday and Wednesday.Mrs. State pAUSE for a moment, young man, 1
Vianna Yat"s returned to hert r

home here Tuesday from I'"n""("01", 1 give a thought to self. The i Eugene: C. Bryan Pres. A. H. Bryan, Vice Pres. J. L. Barber, Src'y.Trtm .:
after having spent two months visiting .

with her daul'ht'r11'1': Williams. I Instruc problems that confront .
now or i
I I you ,

Walter Bronson went to Tampa on F FreeOur Catalogue will few hence.
Wsdnesday: of last week to acrorn- | Weekly a years I

e pany Mrs. Hronson' who hrs is err in i iH I Id ,
,
Price List u
hospital therefor sonic time, home. ,; ,
She is murh improved in health. G.I I Look about you-the men of affair in country, state, nation-yes, !

t Mr. and Mrs. A. R. )Dennis, Mis. SEND FOR in the world, are the mea who started to save early in life. I
4 C. Bronson and Mrs. John Thomas I Bryan Realty CompanyOffices l

t motored to Kiasimmee Tuesday. THEM TODAY They have the respect anal confidence of the community. I
School is progressing nicely under
'e\ the management of Miss Iva Niswon- on Broadway, Kissimmee,

''ef r gar IN5EEDGGJACKSONVILLE ; Then look on the other side--at (the fellows who fpend all ti y Opposite Graystone Motel '

1 Mr. and Mrs. Nettles, of Orlando, ..ake-they may have a food time for a while, but what does lb Jr
: t are visiting the latte.'s Mr.
parents
i .. and Mrs. Locke, here this week. FLA. personality reflect ia iOr.nge r

t '- Miss Mildred Anderson spent' Sat 1
; +, l urday and Sunday with himo folks A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the f .

nucleus of .honorable independent .... '
t here.Earlo an car. Ai I
Bronson and Miss Lucrctia f Groves Timber lands We Pay Taxes far Non-resi- .:
Kissimmee callers Inner Tubes25c Make your beginning now-today. Year Cattle
l Overstreet were Vulcanizing Ranches Ceuntry and idents and Act aa Owner's
bank book will the .
p Tuesday. pare way. City
Property Agents for Rental Property. .
!- *, G. L. Ivey visited relatives here a
r I
Patch -
a J ;

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';; t SEPTEMBER. ,,191". THE EISSI1IIEE'VALIE, ; : Yr .GAZETTE'' 4I'\ PACE


+ .L. Ji ,- '
?r -' with, .noarljr 250 .membershave.. recently FARMERS 'INmEI1'iL _. It. ,1s reported .that
ntaoslra
developmenU Martin TUfoVd Menu
Abe
;,; SV fERED''fOR: been Termed ,says: ,
; the COUNTY AGENTS' '
among MEETING
.. men of the National Guard in young are under.war at Palm- was over toth r poor farm yesterday I.:
i '. '''1-. tJ in South Carolina camp The demonstration dole in preparation1' 'of the to see a ole friend o' .hisn that used'
f.mlagplanting
'fWENlY YEARS not at the Florida I1ncl.GeoreiL"encampment-Why will meet J county at the University of agents FlorIda season.CALOMEL. 55 5 to publish: a paper that pleased,.,.e<... ,"
: J R ; Black',Point '" body. ..
F O -Jrlf1! 1 1HI :' 1 Gainesville during the week beginning -
' .
; GRACE 'A. TOWNSEND. October 2nd. Farmers 'are
.. .. .. .' -SMOTHERING SPELLS ALMOST '' urged, to attend this meeting. While '
; DO NOT ROB IS MERCURY !: IT >SICKENS !
t ,.. GROVE'GARDEN SF;T' MB!: 'WILD,", HE SAYS f' TREES CITRUS TO FEED STOCK th*. convention will .be primarily; for
'' agents, farmers.
can gain a great.dea
'TAKES TANLAC '
AND SAYS HE The
average eitrus grower does no* of from '
(food listening to the discussions.
'1 & FIELD'QueSTIONS IS NOW AS WELL AND STRONGAS need much hay. He usually'depends .' It will be an excellent LIVER
.LIKE
op ACTS'
av WMiD MAIL 1"'HrDIATeI.r, : liE EVER WAS IN'*HIS*" LIFE.... supply on the what cover he idpi,ne ,ds.In hi"If ,the grove cover to farm portunity practices.for 'gaining in different. knowledge: of ..," \ r' ON. DYNAMITE, :
pam of: ,-
'
1''" '4 MM. N M.O PRANO.,. DgthJlair" "For twenty years I'' have suffered crop is thrifty, Indicating that there the state, according to C. K. McQuar- '1 -'- .___ .,.. \
t ttr/LSON&TooMEa FERULIzERCoelakllr with catarrh In my head and throat. la plenty of organic matter in the tie state agent for Abe Extension DUvision "
' IACKSONVHXB. Fs.*. Everybody who knows 'and I without soil tile crop may bol used for.'hay ,'' because. every'section will be HDDb .'S Unt Tom": Stills Ylmr':Urn Here's my'guarantee! -do to any drug t'
r know a great many peopfel. knows detriment) to the soiL But represented store and get a 50 .o nt bottle of'Dod
i.Mi .CROPS ON NEW GROUND. this to\ be a fact," said d {r. Cart. if the cover crop is sparse it may Each agent .will take part in the Better nil'talomel tad DoesilSalhati son's Liver Tone Take a spoonful tonight '
Is it advisable to put Irish pota Wright, who lives in Alton Park, Chattanooga make an expensive hay. If tho soil ia program and will discuss the prob. and if it doesn't 'straighten'yo
toes on ground newly brokeh? I Tenn. lacking in organic matter it will' be gems of his county... Mr. McQuarrie or. Mitt I Yn Sick right up and make you 'feel a.. sad
trrv would expect to turn the ground two "Every night my head would be so robbing the trees to food stock. has not heard from all the agents but rigorous by morning'I want yon to go-:
or three times before planting: How stopped up I could hardly breathe A scanty cover crop-does not always the subjects that have been taken back to tM store and get. your money.Dodson's .
y,. will watermelons do on new ground? and I would have a choking feeling: mean that the soil needs organic thus far are: Retrospection of Service Listen to met I Take no more sick Liver Tone is destroying the
.... What other crops are there that and shortness of breath that nearly matter but if plenty of seed were in Pasco County Leadership 'aning, salivating calomel when bilious or sale of calomel because it is' real liver
... a might do well? drove me wild. I guest I had catarrhof I sown and other conditions were favorable I Possibilities of Country Boys: the Fu constipated lion't lose a day's work I medicine; entirely vegetable therefore 11 .

Answer-Irish potatoes are considered the stomach, too, because I had indigestion I for growth, tho trouble was ture of Live. Stork_______ in n. _Flori.__._a Calomel is mercury or quicksilver .can. not ,salivate or tasks you stale.
an excellent crop for new ground most of the time. In fact probably a lack or humus. An exam- Rotation in the Cotton Belt[ 'Sweet which causes necrosis of the bonea.Calomel I guarantee that one spoonful of Dod ?
r j', There would be no occasion of turn- I have not.had a well day for years, ination will usually give some Indica- Potato Culture; Bv the Sweat of Thy who it comes into contact son's Liver Tone will put your sluggish ,
ing the ground two or three times and have been so nervous and restless tion of the organic material contentof Brow Shalt Thou Produce a Crop. with sour bile crashes into it, breaking liver to work: and clean your bowels of
w before planting, and for best results I simply dreaded to see nightsomel the soil. B. F. Floyd plant phys. In addition to the lectures by it up. Thin it when you feel that awful that" sour bile> and constipated waste / "- fl;
you should not make the first plowing because I could pot sl.,cp. and ologist to the University of Florida agents and members of the Experiment naimea and cramping If you are slug" which Is clogging your system and making
I' of virgin soil too dsep. Throes I the truth, I was so weak and I Experiment Station, suggests that the I Station and Extension Division! gash and "all knocked out" if your I you reel miserable. J guaranteethat 1t ,
inches enough for heavy land, but run down I have not been able to do I crop beturned under if the soil is staffs, lecturers from Washington will liver is torpid and bowels constipatedor a' bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone will
'r lighter soil can be plowed a little any work for I don't know how long. lacking. ia i humus. be obtained. Demonstrations various you have hea'ache, diuiness. coated, keep your entire family feeling One for 'i' t'
Since it is not advisable to cultivate tongue, if breath ill bad or stomach sour month. Oho it children. It Is ., t
deeper. One should always plan to No kind of medicine, and I took nearly \ kinds f1. grow a cover crop to be dried and everything, sctmed to help me a the grove at the time the cover and on the farms. The use- just take a spoonful of harmless Podson's harmless doesn't gripe and they like lt. '. r '4
t' turned each year, and to make each article until I heard of this Tanlac. crop must be cut, the crop may lie on of farm machinery and inoculation Liver Tone on my guarantee. pleasant tasty. .' ,4 :
the / '
successive plowing deeper until a My son-in-law induced me to try it, ground until time to cultivate. for the control of hog cholera will be --- -
+ S good depth of fertile surface soil la he said he had been hearing lots The crop must be cut beforo the plant among the demonstrations of \interest

obtained. After plowing, it is well about.it. .' ... .. I II bugs go to. the trees. I I to farmers.
to harrow thoroughly until the have used two bottles of the .
ground is well pulverized. medicine, and am proud to nay I bo- '..000.00000.0000000000.0..000.00.. . .. ... . .. . .. I The Favorite Store of Kusimmee
Watermelons do well on new land live I am as well and strong as I ever I
f and tomatoes are also good as a first was. My appetite and digestion have INSURANCE
+ crop. Watermelons, however, should Improved and I am gaining right and REAL: ESTATE: S
ar .be planted much later in the season along. I sleep ;good at night and can .
, I than either potatoes or tomatoes, because breathe fine. I no longer have those Let,U insure life
your Health
:i they are sensitive to the cold choking, smothering sencations like I your your Property.. FURNITURE .

winds winter.that we are sure to have in the used; to have.Everybody.certainly ought to,. know : Information in regard to property for ?

.. Peppers and beans are other good about this medicine, for it surely has sale and rent cheerfully given.
first crops if the land is not too heavy done wonders for Me The only thing
j and sour. These crops do better after I! hate is that I did not hear about It In addition to fifteen other good companies we .
'1 the land is limed, but no lime years ago, as I believe it would have now the ,
represent well
, } should be applied for potatoes and saved me lots of buffering. known -WE HAVE IT I!
preferably none for tomatoes or watermelons Genuine Tanlac is soli 1 in Kissim- HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. x.
of-New
York
t' Lime is not detrimental mee exclusively by J. Z. Roberson; in ,
f to the growth of potatoes but induces St. Cloud by Seminole Pharmacy; In r.. G. "o TAGNER.Second .
't scab,. but with both tomatoes and enansvillo Ly Phillips Bros.-Adv. s

watermelons if used in any amount it I II floor Ctizens Bank Eldg. rfosimmee: Ha.
,
is inclined to be rather detrimental.
.. . ..ooooo ooo.O . ..fOO.O ooooooooo. In connection with our Hardware line w. carry II complete '**' '

I'OTASII FOR TOMATOES.We I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR J : __ ___0 .oo..oo.J._ fine! of furniture. We make a specialty of outfittiaf homes, sad '
made failure of tomatoes last '
- a raadle reliable
.
:year for lack of potash. Now I don't- I "'- ... --""-- V ,"'<:I --..-- .... "..- -<16-- -<16-- .... ,...- vet -
want to buy any more than Is necessary "Union Center" friends will regret -
rip so please tell >ne just how much that their former pastor, Rev. J. DWjnndt Bed Room Furniture Dining
, f to use. and family are to move backto *
, Answer-Are you sure your trou- Ohio. May-Stout Lumber Co. Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor
f"J+ Me, was lack of potash* There area 4FM
> a very great many reasons why a This is our last article in August DEALERS IN ,
',* crop might full, and we saw no instance September means the approach of Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers,
{:; last season denoting( crop failure I fall In Northern state Here it is
, through lack of potash, but of I usually one of the most summery we House Building Materials of all Couches Etc. .
? course, in many instances it will be I have. So there is yet need of warm ,
'r necessary to use more potash this weatl.er, kceping-at-it religion. Kinds
'\; year than last for there probably 11
f less Boil! r3ser\e. However, we cannot Many pastors are returning fromwall This store is making a record for itself in the matter .I..

tell the exact needs. It is best deserved vacations. Among thornias ; Novelty Works in helping people to outfit homes ( ome aad sea Our priest are
Connection
for each one to decide for himself been Rev. Smith, of the Unit.edBrethren .
i. '. how, much potash he feels he can afford of Tampa bringing with right f o
and just how much risk be will him financial support from friends All we ask i iJ let at figure on your estimates. t.
45 run on his crop for economy's sake. in the North, so that their new
q Personally we would use two per cent church building will soon be com- Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.

" for growing the plants end four per menced. This I item we got from the TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS' .
, rent for second application but many Tampa Times Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla.
f growers are planning to use less than ,

:}a r this and others more. Of course the How many read the"article, "Look- 11 I *flV/ -- Vt'' .. No matter what load ., u Eagbt yom kare-t... Stead lr'
usual amount of ammonia and phosphoric ing Death in the Face, by Dr. Clark -Vll .A. to...''JV"'NL'Nn/ '.r-l
t acid is essential. ,in the last Christian Endeavor Railroad or Stationary E fws>-we have exactly the Took. ,.* '

World. Let us rejoice that he is able need in your ereryday work-Wrrackes, Hanusen, Oilers, etc,. ,
r WORMS ON VELVET BEANS.I to write for us again.. MAKE MORE aU of tne best and and that wtBsurpriM
lost my last crop of velvet beans POTATO quality worlanaunip, at price .
.- by caterpillar. eating them up. What Interlachen, in Northeastern district NEY yo*. This... aas"tke repntatiea of fcandUnf oar/

a shall I do to prevent a like experience is again trying? the have-a-so- ( hardware that la .. enperUr cnuKr/ aid yw will make .. ...
r this year 7 iety plan. Mi a. Bischoef is president SEND FOR THIS FREE BOOK "
I' An.wer--Spray with one and one- ; Miss Clarene Fraser, treasurer; : take .in comiar k..NOW .mA inipirtlnf ..r U( sock I : t

half pounds of arsenate of lead paste Mr. Wm. Zern recording secretary, f
'If to fifty, gallons.of water, adding one and."your humble servant" corresponding Sr
and one-half pounds of unslaked lime secretary. Rev. R. C. Driske This booklet Just from.the press Is based

to prevent bumfng. This spraying who is filling the Congregational pulpit on-years of practical: experience. It tells Nb
. should be don about twelve days after this summer, is an ardent worker. !S; Bola Hardware Company
the moths are seen in the field about soils seed selection fertilizing1 : <
i,. Y and repeated two or three times at This bright item Is just from our cultivating spraying and contains valu- ... /
intervals! of two weeks. iurleigh, of the Congregational so-
press reporter. Miss Elizabeth D. able suggestions on digging and shipping.Send \ . \:

CYANAMID FOR_ _ROOT_ _ KN T.t ciety_ of Tavares: "Last Wednesday \S ,f._. i'..('c
t Do you think sixty pounds of Cyanamid evening) we had a transparency as an for your copy of this book. It will 5 -- .. .'.
is enough to kill the root knot object lesson. A large C. E. monogram make Irish t-'
; help more growing ;
. in a garden; 50x60 feet? My lanlis was ("It out of the bototm of a you money t ;
badly Infected. I put out about 200 pasteboard box, then covered with Potatoes. The edition is limited, so write
tomato plants this spring and di not red tissue paper. This was covered today. A post card will do. FOR LE OR TRADt 'f
get a hundred tomatoes; and not II with a heavy dark paper and stoodon ,...;
cucumber though I a table with a strong light behind
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single grew i''
started fortv hills. it. As erch member took pat WILSON&:TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. .,':
Answer-There seems to b* no a strip of the heavy paper was torn of Ideal Fertilizers. Attractive Modern, Dr. Carson's Residence .,$f. :,
doubt that cyanamid will reduce root off, so that at the does of the meeting Manufacturers gas.
I knot to a very great extent, but it has the whole C. E, was lighted from Dealer In Fertilizer Material, Bpraylhg-. Implements Corner Sproul)\ venue and Church Street. '
; deleterious effect on a very great within. We usod the topic, "True and Iniectlclde t 1 1-'i
many crops when used in the necessary Beauty and How to Gt It," so it wasa JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. J'I '
quantity. Tomatoes and potatoes good illustration. This item is especially 1
being especially sensitive; water- good for it shows how to Will sell on Terms if desired. This is sm a1'L J
melons, cucumbers cowpeas beans, make the illustration, and thus others .- l la .. .
and lettuce seem to be in the next' can "sit up end take notici-." The I exceptional\ppportunity. P'J ;,
class; while radishes cabbages, tur- Tavares society holds Wednesday ."*

nips, etc., do not seem to be injuredat evenings instead of prayer meeting. ; \ .: .
all except bv unnecessarily heavy i .
application. This bad effect of the Visiting other societies is a very ;
cyanamid fs especially noticeable in popular fellowship plan this sumrn r. Address Q\iick 1;
dry weather, but several weeks must It would be a good one for all the 5J
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pass<: after cyanamid application before yer, only in winter folks seem to he ; j .
such crops are planted. Your I too busy at home for cultivating] the I CHAS. P. DOW, 0 ando, Florida, :;
plot is about a fifteenth of an acre, I exchange plan often. Recently the Happiness tfII: ,'
therefore, sixty pounds wouJd be a"fieavy rv?Land Endeavorers of East Central .4.tr2l'r.'
application since from Hlx hundred district, visited Orlando PresJ>yte j jdans. a4ad. .J' .
thousand of And the latter enjoyed it *r! .. i
to a pounds cyan so That Endures
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mid are recommended per acre. much that they began planning1 right : rya "i

away to go down to Sanford and see .. ...ooooooo..o.oo.o.o.ooooooo.o ,oo..o..oooo'Ot. ..; .....
WOOD IJCE. how they were getting along. .' "
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Would you advise Black Leaf 40 There can be no enduring happinessor I .. 't. .,(..1

for "termites" or wood lice I find I Plans .were all made for organization j 1
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girdled of Christian Endeavor prosperity without the fundamental a .t
trees nearly a Societyand
of
one my young l l $2 .
1 .wd ?J ,
the before the
with those pests. Sunday organization J
of character. iAn *
principals :>'
o Answer-We would not advise tobacco was effected the Baptists start.. J-T,
in any form as an effective control ed a B. Y. P. U., and there was but "'
of wood lice. You should break enough for one society. This ended account with us, to which regur4 1

55 up the nest by fumigating with bi- the intor-denonunational work of 'ar t S T.
sulphide of carbon.. To avoid a repe- ours getting a hold in that /fimnll com- deposits are added, U a e z AUGUSTINE'jj '
I
tition of this trouble, be sure you do munity. This is the report from one uplift for happiness and t se : '
prosperity.
not have trashy dirt or mulching;( of the districts recently. e ,
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close to the trunk of your tree; also I II ".
dig out any old stumps standing near Here is a fine item Mr. Lehmann 4 per cent Interest Paid On I '.' .
the trees.WORMS. sent: "Christian Endeavor societies ; I h
:

ON SWEET POTATOES. I Savings Accounts. I Annual [Excursion Monday September t

How can I get rid of the worms Are you Poor? ,,
,, that are eating up my sweet potaoei" ? Do like it? <
Answer-You can kill the worms yo TICKETS LIMITED TO SEPTEMBER 6th ..t 11 '
on sweet potatoes by spraying with I f jrou arc h>taMcUd i n your .1.1I ;. ."A
oek.tbt mixed at the ,
arsenate of lead paste ..."
w. rk.Far..ri.P.
.t rate of three pounds to ,fifty gallons by Oord." N... ,. fobla Special Train Leaves Kissimmee |f-ff f
'.......
,'. S of water, or by dusting on arsenate of -< at theTrepll s
lead powder mixed with three parts s.. I I SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT I : ':
f" flour, or two parts slaked lime. Ea.pl.cop7.paata 5:24 P. M. ; : \
Tae Trooteal Ban U nor than
A child that has intestinal worms a wMkly I Mwp Mr-tt toInnnnn 4r1
handicapped in its growth. A fetA adpolld.aln.ld.ltpa.btbIwgoutc4p.Mtht an tM tenomia ARTHUR E. DONEGAN.'Pl'eaidentPAUL VIA j
J. a
**' WHITE'S CREAM VERM'- .,..ty.l.e.l.. :; ,
of
*FUGE doses destroys and expels worms; l&oStxBwatha. $lJOOn.rmeTROPICAL SOTt K. WEAVER. Cashier ". ATLANTIC COAST LINE!

't the cihld immediately improves and ..rata aaaa rasa. I y ...
cab W...... Not .. .dlMrial-YJ : STANDARD RAILROAD OF TH SOU7Ut::1 71 1 :ya .
Price Z5c '''''' .
thrives wonderfully. perbottle. .....,.Mr. '--. aad Oat ___......" ; [::::..: B : ,--. , _. "I'.J;
? ''n. .nm =nm .
',.- Sold?by Oiceola Pharmacylr .r o- u'taffardM, mlrabls.m. 4 ; I _" ." ,,' ',/

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FACE THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY ,, : '
; -- a GAZETTE FRIDAYSETEMBER1.111&'S ;
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; r The Kissimmee Valley 'Gazette STATE DISRUPTION AND ITS. DOLLARED age to big business ,In;:, the meantime"the. -'L
:! YARDSTICK. t I order house. -and the other big' business : 1

:, .......... IICY.07 Fr4d.,.. -s."u" spend enormous sums telling the people what I '
,..... ..' '9'....,. (mts ......_. IU"' __ rim.W.r A Tampa Time editorial chide and tries to ridicule have in' the way of extra-fine value "' :

fir. : .,, the Valley. Gazette because this newspaper I I The "Buy at Home" slogan is. of cour.. I:1, ,
.. HAJUUS AND EU 0. VANS AGXBW. :
"j.k pw.- cite of sentiment and historical association '
; reason* only if the people would have their
H. IB. NAUOLBl. .dIt.It sad ........ ( one own I
against disrupting wor -f.mous FLORIDA into two
interest to prosper. but there i i. really ,
i ........u_ a.._. small ..state i i(I for intelligent people'patronizin the some mail I . . . . . . ; .
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& 0. Copy. On. Yr. ., Can the Tampa editor think and writi of this house '
On* Copy Six Month.__...._________________ 1.UO *, if they are not "Jnvited; to buy of ::1
t ODe Copy Thre Month....__________._____ .71 matter in dollars and cent* only Dear home.-Miami Metropolis.spEcinr !
ff: I I I. this State. upon which Nature ha bellowed
-
cA: : All communication, .opt from our kutborlied her fairest gift, to be' land of barter and! traffic I : I J;
a '
J correspondent. nut b* .I ln.d by tb. writur.I : -STOP GENERALIZING- : .
: Reject matter will not b. returned unle** only) -s:-
.ei11ed. lor.Entered. I I. the dollar the that alone shall :
yardstick measure Are our fellow citizens / (
of northern
f) ( In the Po t office In Kl..lmm e. Florida. FLORIDA'S boundaries, its legislation, its institutions regenerated ; : i!
unreconstructed and .
a* .cond class .matter.)________ _____ and the activities of its citizens' in jife'saffairs mossbacks) :$

FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1916. ? I I Are we of southern Florida close \
on or 'J
The Spirit olf Better Things forbid I Let sentimental of the "Excelsior" ;
I i top heights of and
progress
We still say it. and spiritual values have at least an even ization?
I -: :- break with cold cash. | a
That i is what easily could'be supposed
..
0 Man's material necessities often him -
Bulkhead Lake Tohopekaliga. compel to' reading
statements made by the Tampa Times
-: :- sacrifice sentimental or spiritual ties or values that''other
newspapers favoring disruption of Florida (
Make Kissimmee the capital of Florida. expand and elevate the soul. On the other: hand- two small states. I

; i -: :- many men have died rather than yield their religious -| These overzealous advocates of state (

I j We don't care how it is done just so we get the patriotic or family sentiments to material considerations iterate and reiterate sounding and : ; i i
'
& I capital. Hundreds of thousands of men died phrases or statements to the effect that (
I our ,
: rather than this republic to be disrupteddied .
f. 4 -u -:- peimit -- Florida citizens are "backward"and "
? Editor Merchant of the Madison Enterprise Recorder for sentiment. Does the Times ridicule them ? ive"and "nonprogressive" that they

4} : is blood-thirsty he ridicules the naval skir- The Times contends that dividing FLORIDA back 'the growth and development and are |

,' : 1' mishes between England and Germany and says {into two 'pocket handkerchief states would result in ment of southern Floridians. i ,I I ,
'
"What the writer would like to hear of is a sure- 'economic advantages for southern Florida. We the
) p | deliberately use words "phrases
, enough naval battle between the respective fleets The Valley Gazette contradicts this claim and ments". For evidence or
: ,,' of the two great nations. I'I asserts that the contrary would be true. In due time but no or arguments are t

: -, ..- we will produce statistics and other cold facts to ;-nothing. generalizing assertions.. _. .
I the Valley liazette is ol south Honda.
I !II The Miami Metropolis says the Kentucky Mam- :prove the correctness of our contradiction. 'I prosperity depends oh the prosperity of this
\; I ,r moth Cave is for sale. "We thought it was being We assert that taxes in northern Florida wouldbe Certainly we would advocate nothing l

:. h, carried about by the Republican nominee for President increased.We (to Osceola and other counties in south Florida. ';
b t : ," comments the Tampa Tribune. A mistake assert that increased taxation, and also a would we anything that offered ]

; If.t ; Br'er Lambright-a mistake. Mr. Hughes is a refrigerating -,bonded indebtedness would,. result in southern Flor- ciable advantage oppose to this section any | 7..

?I I plant .all by himself. ida. I _But sense is sense fair is fair, and : ': !
of I )
that
We assert rearrangement utate names
:- truth. Let us get down to the brass'acks( of
'p .': '',.Ii; "Wortder of wonders:! sPete;: hasn't had an and radical rearrangement of state boundaries question. What are the facts in the case? | -
j' '' election row this week!ejaculates the Tampa would more or less dissipate or nullify \the advertising -I state-disruptionist should J
contemporaries
., :: r 1 Times. Just another evidence of proverbial Southern value (a cash value that should appeal to the What constitutes their "acid test"? l
i ",,* al that has accrued the FLORIDA I .'
; courtesy and of the effect of Democratic prin- Times et ) to name I What are the action lack of action data.
' .' ;."q ciples. Saint Petrograd merely has turned out of in connection with the names of_its. various rivers. 'tics. etc.. which are the base for condemning !! { I I '\ "

r the road to mak'e room for Msesrs. Knott. Calls and lakes, bays islands towns, battlefields, scenery etc. ern Florida for alleged mossbackism; and for : \
0 if Sturkie. "Special favors for none, and equal privileges Again we say that four centuries of historical association southern Florida for alleged < w

F & '' to all." : and sentiment have made the names of I When how and why have Florida's ,
l -." .. these places almost inseparable from the name *
li counties retarded the progress development, ; Ii;
: Fl "': Annette Kellerman. who looks like Venus and FLORIDA. To divorce or disarrange them need- etc.. of Florida's southern counties?
.. < lessly i is or would be a crime against state patriotism ) ( t
swims like a fish asserts in her Tampa Times advertisement | The only specific accusation thus far ) .
,1 "'; "I teach how swim ;' and needless it would be.
( to ) through
: can you against) northern Florida's representatives in
:' ,. .': ffI' the newspaper' just as well as though I were by Let us practically and forcibly illustrate the correctness State Legislature is that they have refused to l l ( , ,
your side." of thiscontention the cash-basis contention legislative reapportionment of \
; to a just
i, "Nay. nay. fair one," says Bob Holly of the -aside from purely historical. and sentimental tion in that body. That is unjust on the part :

Sanford Herald: "not us just the same- not us." considerations. Senators and Representatives from our <
I Co up, thou baldhead! A front seat next to the Suppose Mark Twain. James Whitcomb Riley. counties. Legislative representation should l
'j ; orchestra is as near as you will be allowed. Marion Harland F. Hopkinson Smith. A. Conan based on population. ) I I "
Oliver and other well known '
Doyle Ouida Optic '
I, -: :- Nevertheless how has this retarded south
i
"Co-operation like charity should begin at literary men and women after achieving renown da ? What beneficent or progressive legislation
home" says the Orlando Sentinel. Which is one under the names mentioned, had decided to discard essary for' this section have north Florida's

I reason why we are against disrupting Florida into these names and, instead. abbreviate them or tors refused to us? We know of none-though ;
advertisements and title ;
f : two little States. j It i i. folly to assert North Flori use their real name in may have overlooked it. for we have not had :
their boolr.s-S. L Clemens J. W. Riley. -
1 s diana Central Floridian and South Floridians can pages of to scrutinize legislative proceedings as closely as
/ F. H. Smith. A. C. Doyle.
'-i1 }, not dwell together in amity, and co-operation: in one Mary Virginia Terhune. editor should.Our .
-. State. It long has been an established fact in business Louise de la Ramee. W. T. Taylor. etc. How many I I I disruptionist brethren should generalize
book written S. L
.., education: etc., that consolidation and cooperation people would care to buy a by and specify at least some about what they
him be Mark Twain?
of'' make for economy efficiency.: better service Clemens-not knowing to the foundation of their propaganda for I
and other desirable factors. it What would be the selling value of books writtenby into small I .
)4 Necessarily must Florida two state
de la Ramee Ouida W. T. Taylor (Oliver -
be so in governmental affair t Louise ( ), I . ,
; ( \ Optic). M. V. Terhune (Marion Harland), etc.)1 "
-i.- "LET THEM HAVE THEIR SAY. \
if book buyers did not know whom these strange f'L,
Quoted from the Lakeland Telegram: "There'snothing :- I
; names represented? "How many of us would recognize ; -
in a name Mr. Boozer Lake City doe in A. C. Doyle the creator of Sherlock Holmes? The Kissimmee Valley Gazette .
J not booze at all' a tail"' Maybe there i i. nothing in In fact probably the redoubtably Holmes would matters in a very broad, expansive way. /
"
c -a name. For Mr. Wellbeloved .Tampa i i. selling lose some of his selling value were he introduced tout Alabama, have The six western counties. '*ay I I I (
real estate; and lot of people- can not see how a S. Holmes the V. Cw This i is generou*? but mayhap these '
I a*
: seal estate salesman can be well beloved. Then Another illustration: In larger town and cities. : six western counties might have. something ,
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; '
gain"maybe".otherwise, for Mr;!. Land of, FrpsN long-established business firm dislikes to move .to say about the matter.-Lakeland Telegram.,

-. ,.,. 'proof,'&'real estate agent, i i. selling land; Mr. Straw another a street; it also objects to changing: its name; We expect them to have "the say" about [ f.

1 t of Lakeland is advertising "straw shoes for sale"; it even objects to its place of business being renumbered annexed to' Alabama. The. Valley Gazette at

', ,' !Th, . I"&nd it needs only a glance at our town's young in a readjustment street numbers; becauseany tin* has had any other idea. If those counties ,
,-;- and of its older show that in shall be glad of it. Only they
7 woman many ones to of'these changes mean both a loss of trade and I to stay we
r 1( Kissimmee is appropriately named. increased expenditures of money and energy in advertising make up their minds to do state-capital 'I
elsewhere than Tallahassee. The larger part of
-: :- its new location, its new name or its ;
-' : TEXAS BORDER DEMOCRATS ENDORSE changed street number. j i I State is tired of having to go to the Georgia I .

I WILSON IN PRIMARY. To argue that loss of advertising values. and line to transad legislative. Supreme Court Brother and <
-:- consequently financial confusion and loss wouldnot governmental business. Incidentally '
1 In the Texas Democratic rington we are no hyphenate. Leave out
recent primary and
no candidate result from new state names new state : I :
'It I 1 ,I for F dcr.1 Senator obtained a Taiority.' boundaries in what is now united FLORIDA is to hyphen you put in "Valley Gazette"and :;

hf The two high-vote candidates were Senator Culber- deny an obvious fact. I therefor an em quad.
; on (incumbent) and former Governor Colquitt. In al Suppose I : : j
I -. -, . But-suppose the Time. .et. were right.:: -
-, i.t,. the r n-olf. August Zo, Culberson defeated Colquitt making southern Honda' into a small slate FISHERMAN JORDAN'S FISHING FRIENDS.Editor
(! 'l t r- -., by about 67.000 majority-Culberson. 155.410; would benefit it commercially. At best, this benefit. '' ,
..
Colquitt 8M35. would be slight-of f doubtful value. Jordan of the Punta Gorda Herald .
:fcj J'f..; This vote is interesting and significant in ,ela- Yet for this slight or doubtful benefit would the templates erecting a fisherman's lodge at some I

't, tion to President Wilson's Mexican policy. Times and its fellow kickers derisively kick out the ,'Place on Charlotte harbor's shore. There lit:
'I', Culberson has faithfully supported the Preside..tparticularlyas back door four centuries of Florida sentiment and jto lavish week-end hospitality upon his friends. \

;. ; to Mexico-so much so that the history-kick out state patriotism state sentiment, ,j I Says the Arcadia News: We want to I '

; .' Senator was known as "the Wilson candidate." state loyalty arid state pride, and then brag about Brother Jordan that we have been friends (for a

I :"'. Recently a large: number of Americans and other the deed. I'time since-er--er-well, for so long a time :' ), )

\ refugees from Mexico landed in Tampa. Those We hope the Spirit of Better Things will so light we must not be forgotten, and we anticipate our: t :f

whose opinions got into public print were almost. the way for our erring brethren that they may see vitation with much pleasure." ,, ; ,
unanimous in condemning the President's MexicanS the inadequacy of their dollared yardstick as a Says the Wauchula Advocate : "Yes. and ;

policy. It was noticed, however. that each was i interested measure for values in all things pertaining to human would remind him that we are his very oldest 1

either as owner or employe in some commercial interest and human welfare-that at least they will Why. Adrian and the Advocate editor have .
.
.. industrial or financial corporation or firm give sentiment an "even break" with dollars. the closest friends since way back yonder when ; '
holding interests In Mexico. ::a ) ,
rascal in
little red-headed was rompers. I :
The voices which howl for American occupation BUSINESS GOES WHERE INVITED. "Where's our'n?" asks Hetherington of I I |

or intervention in Mexico (which means war) are -:'"'-' Lakeland Telegram. : : .
; 'the voices of American and foreign capitalists (or A big advertiser said a wise thing the other day | As for us of the Valley Gazette-say. Jord. j :
t their dupes) who are exploiting Mexico and its people reports the Kearney. Nebraska. Morning Times in boy I You know US. don't you? Why. you I! / [ :

4 ..., and who largely have taken possession of the these words: "Business is sensitive; it never goes '!such a warm place in our affections that we ::
:; country. where it.is not invited nor stays where it is well naturally hated to see you burdened by the |I
/ d President Wilson is no liar whatever else he treated." tions, exasperations and expenses of public officeso

may be; and two or three months ago he publicly "Many a business man." the Times continues, that we didn't vote for you. No man -

' I ..: charged that the strife in Mexico was being fomented "fails to observe the first part of the proposition. and greater friendship than this Besides. we can : i I

.' 1 and sustained by large business interests. thus puts himself in as unreasonable a position as'I you with some valuable suggestions in -
Texan Democrats especially those in the borer -: though. were to make elaborate preparations to tackle and bait. <

t J' counties; know the President is right-and they entertain guests without sending them invitations.The .

I. :; 'v ted that way. Culberson. labeled as "the Wilson 'good treatment' is necessary, but the Invitation HETHERINGTON OBJECTS. < -'.
Arcandidate.." carried every Texas county bordering first. The Printed Word does it." TL_ V:-.:__&* i"l..**!!. id "V cJn nr," as we / "
comes 1 lie rvi ' ** -fc r -r I
\\t; Ion Mexico-excepting one. This exception. Presidio These facts are too well known to need emphasis Crackers ;;: because; ;the.:Evening; i Telegram : :

''L:;' county contained only 53 voter*-Colquitt. but isn) is pitiful to see a promising businessgo intimated that it had no objection to Kissimmee

F 43; Culberson 10. to sticks because of a lack of understanding on having the State capital-"IF she can: take it ,
i1'." It ii ielf-evident that Texan living close to the the part of its proprietor of the need of "invita from Tallahassee." And there's ju.t about

Mexican border are qualified better than are any tions" to gt patronage?' the same prospect for this happening as thereis .

EI;: other ection' citizen to' judge whether President The prospective buyer might pas a real estate of Kissimmee' taking the national capital ;

rL Wilson. Mexican policy i i. right or wrong. ,office or a mercantile house every day for a year away from Washington.-Lakeand 'Telegram.Gee -

'. LThere was something other than mere party loylty and not know that it has something that it would whiz Hethrington I What a .

Ii'; :*\ behind that emphatic endorsement given to pay him to buy. Most of the shelf-worn good* inthe perspective you have I Turn the telescope

WUon*i Mexican policy by- the recent Texas Dem country are shelfwornand depreciated: in value (you are peeping through its narrow end). Cast I
;L ,ocratic' convention. The delegate knew he was because its owner ha not .'invited people to comt horoscope: and get a vision of event that ;

s .,;1M. 'They knew..the' fact. and buy them. large for the tear future one of which is-

.' 'Another. significantfact about the primary run- Yet mail town merchant complain of the mail MEE CAPITAL CITY OF FLORIDA., A dollar i I S.
1- or.i. that,lquitt'-reale.t; strength'waI'in'those order houses. And little'business' men the world a doughnut that you derided airship, wireles

;4 1 >countiecontaining; a large German. population.. ) J over complain of the way people give their uitron- I gram, ,and ..other. modern miracle I :

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BA 'f"1M. [L45liaC, .[ (GAXETTI for James -Pre.coti ''left week 1 A. P. Spencer, of G&1n.ni1Je" a. j ,A: .,:'your; 'grove for, Reed'o box as's" '; "
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fTaleBkeae If*, 1L) ' ': Black Point where he. will Join visitor" in the city last Mr.i t J. Hicks >returned' ;Monday: and 'was with iim when he'ald i 1
Company,B, Second" Infantry, N. (f. F. Spencer i I. district agent Saturday.in the farm calces. 'TJ1 j N onljrten oentt and are"Made from .a trip to.Atlanta""" and other the 'result of 'a stroke't f :paraly'.iS4 j,1 11-1

> Published: :Hwy Friday.By.w. Don't mIll i getting a standard ther- demonstration work ,and spent--some 'in Klsdmmee" '33-tt' points in Georgia. .Dr. Hicks ,was While away Dr..Hicks enjoyed an ao- 9
.. HARRIS '' mometer time with B. E. Evans ' called jto, Columbus,..., Ga., I to tM'bed- 'mobile trip f 1'J AtlanU to Chattainoora. 11 \f :
y .. ..... ,, .11Io' a. VLNs'AGNLWEMetR' .' : -Col Friday or Saturday meter, Sep,: let$1.00 and Value 2nd., Osceola county, county'agentof turned.Mr.v and last,Mrs Friday JA.:,from K.: .StcJpb'.a vacation r1I re-: side of Ms'only; brother, L.'B. Hicks, *. J.- s 2 I

Jewelry Co-, Buy Reed' box cake,,at ten cents, of several weeks ipent' nt Glenn --

'Dr'Vr.\1'eturneodayesterday' ; Laura They;'are.mcdd: ,, iii,"Xiaai nmM,' ',33-2t Springs, S.; C.tf AII hevill-v K., C. 'and .-
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'f ford ..Ga.,' where they have been Klseinlmee'sbp nd deserves "all the 'Miss-'Lucy' *itherspooe/ who has > "

spending: the summer ,I help e community can give it At. been attending; summer school ..'In Bargains" I .a.aI ,,'. .,.,.
R. H. Ludlam Walter Nelson Itndtheth' minstrels tonight at the Gray- Nashville, T.nft.* has returned homo n.. ,
; Fred! ':i d "
stone Casino
BaM'knd' J.. D. Clark motored i; be entertained bf a first for 'short rest' before beginning ker ;. _, ,
to Or- class '
performance1 and help the ,.boy duties ...,.:'" "
landoloh as a teacher In the
Mondav to attend the San- public ,,. "' .;
at ,the time. -I -
ford-Orlando ball game. I same schools of this,city..

-' W. B. Weeks J. W. Miller. returned Sunday from Sergeant G. H. McGowan. John '
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Jacksonville representing trip of several weeks through KAn- Bronson and Bill Fortnberry, mem 'Remnants
Metropolis spent Wed sas and Nebraska. Mr. Miller states hers of Company B Second Infantry
in ,
nesday and I
Thursday the
STATE PRE55PyWeather city in that is ,
in
, the interest of his : everybody prosperous that N. G. F., arrived homo from Black
paper. section
and the farmers ore happy Point
yesterday to
,"''. Mrs. Nclle Rog ro, who has been .over a big crop. I eight hour furlough spend here. a forty- See our Cotton Wool and Silk 'I
attending the ,
-- wholesale millinery Mrs. W'! J. Waring and children of t
' Mrs.
Jennings Prevntt 6f
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.OOO'.OO'OOO.. OotOOOo'-" s In Atlanta and
Cincinnati rI
Lakeland "
arrive home are tho guests of Mr. and Haven I< accompanied by her husband, E ?
Wednesday evening.B. Singletary Remnants. We > i
' George : and Mr. and Mrs. passed through Kissimmee! Wednesday nave some ,'
:, Report ; E. Evans, county demonstrationagent H. M. Pfann. Mrs Waring is a sister en route to Orlando, where" : she
left Tuesday morning for Bas- of Mrs. Singletary and a daughter entered a hospital for treatment.
senger and will spend several days of Mr. and ;Mr Pfann. Mrs. wonderful values that are .s
there among the farmers of that Amy Bt Snyder, daughter
section Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman "returned Miss Tholma
and Frank '
son, of
. Following are daily temperatures last Friday from a six weeks' visit Asheville, N. C., ire spending some :probably just what want t
and precipitations as re Mrs. Cape and daughter Johnny, in Pennsylvania and Ohio. She time.visiting her son, Rodney Snyder, you
" ported by Government station of Miami, arrived this week to bo the ports the weather very warm and I and family. They may decide to locate -
at KiRBimmee for the week end- guests of her daughter, Mrs. W. C. .knows DOW that she came home to get permanently in Kissimmee.
ing Thursday, August 31st: Gilbert.A cool.-St. Cloud Tribune "
Dewey SUmner and Roy Graves, Coat Suit Sale 1A
Max. Min. lain new sawmill is being erected on Our box cakes, 10 cents, are always privates in Company B, Second In- I

Friday __ -96 73 the I. M. Lanier placein Toe Point fresh. Reed's bak ry. 33-2t fantry, N. G. F.. spent Monday- and
Saturday' __95 72 .60 section. The mill is to be operated by 'I Tuesday here, having been granted a i 11 ,, __ ..- ... -- .. _.
1 -- Cal Buckles and J. H. Parker. !Mrs. J, J. Hall and daughter, Miss furlough for fortY Sunday .-9:1: 71 1.39 Ethel, returned! home Wednesday their ddtics ct Block J'oinC:1mp.. few of those all wool Printzess i . ; hr
Monday ___90 71 Howard Hirtzell and Collie Batton from a visit with relatives in Pitts- :
.. ..9:1: 72 were among the recruits this weekto burg Pa. She was accompanied by Sickly children need WHITE'S k
Tuesday I Company B, Second Infantry, her sister Miss Dorothy Smith, who CREAM VERMIFUGE. It not only I Suits left. They'are lastyear's & ;
.: Wednesday __ _96 73 G. F., now in camp at Black Point N'I will spend some time visiting here. destroys worms, if there bo o.nybut I'' .
Thursday .. __9.a 72 it acts as a strengthening tonic in h' s
' Mr. and Mrs! J. A, Barclay Judge and Mrs. G. F. Parker moved the stomach and bowels. Pric.3 25c models but easily
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MrsLasley Miss this week to their *
40864d60W4 ooooOOOOOO OO I I new oranev grove per bottle. Sold by Osceola
<, . Margaret Lasley motored to Daytona I'near Boggy Crock, where they will macy.Mrs..
- n_ Beach Saturday and spent Sunday live temporarily to enjoy the rest and Ph'U'1 be changed to meet fashion's ,
there recreation. They wil retain their cit- Fred S. Gilbert and
..OOOOO.O.O OOOOOOOOOO. returned this! week from
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I izenship.and interest: in Kissimmee.K.
I Mrs. M S. May and three children C., where they have boon j''
arrived last week to join her husband McFherson, manager of the several wee visiting relatives.spending They I demands Wet are

; i The Local Field I Iooooo who has been here for several Edgewater/ Farms,- has completed the were accompanied by Miss Addie Gil-) j $4 98

Store.weeks as manager of the Corner Drug I I plantation filling of one and of the has large begun silos work on this fill- bert visit, a them sister for' of oomo Mr. Gilbert time., who will selling them at each '

the others. This will ; ,
two fI
ooo.ooooooo.o oo There will be plenty of fun, lots ofIood ing company I The Rev. A. !M. '
,. .have winter food for a large numberof Chisliolm win: fill <
music and entertainment for I q
E. cattle and other stock. his pulpit at the Christian church'
Fire Insurance. See A. Drought ts
everybody at the Kissimmee Concert Sunday morning and evening. He' ,
Attend the minstrels tonight and Band Minstrels tonight at the Gray- J. K. Singletary and family arrived J will I I preach at tho morning serviceson New Goods I I
I I are arriving daily.
stor. Casino. in .Kissimmee this week the
i help the band.C. on way the subject "The Prepai"dnec!. We
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bandv and 'I to their home in Bradentown from I Need" and at the evening service) will
W. Dnnn spent Thursday inJacksonville Richard. Mr and Mrs.' E. E. Nau"lc non MendeiRonvillc, N. C., where they have preach a Labor Day sermon All are Watch for our Fall announcement "<
on business find John S. Cndrl l motored to Day-. been spending the summer. Mr. and welcome at the services. I 1 k F4
!Mrs. SinI1:1l"taryha'e" I
Palm Olive Soup 10 rents a cake. tuna Beach Sunday and the af numerous I I
I spent friends I end l relatives( in this city. C. S. Acree, of The Point, was in
i riiKNPR( : lRtl(; STORE.Don't t.!" rnoon there. I I the city on l b\l iness Tuesday.) "Un-' '

I fail to nee" the Minstrel Show lifts that' satisfy in sterling silver, I !Miss. Lottie Lawler returned home (, tie St->\e," as he is affectionately rte;, r+I
Wednesday from the hospital in Orlando called liy those who l know him well, r
nt the Craystone; Casino tonight. rut glass and Rochester wure I lxt '
us show them to you. We will \\h"rt' she was recently operated | says that everybody in his section is
eryhody in town should see our ? it if will call Spt. 1st appri'cint ot2d.-. on. The trip home was made in ':bURY just' now planting truck CI'OpSI' IcA.r1S
you
frog Rift window.. F. II. Lawson. Cole Jewelry Co. K. L. Lesley's car. Miss, Lnwlcr: is I and that the indications are that
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'rather weak as n result: of the ra- 'there will
op be a big in that
was acreage
of St.
KiMic, Cloud
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Mr. and Mrs. M. Katz are expected tion. but otherwise she is recovering :'i part of the county. ,
Wednes
business visitor in the city to arrive home next week from a coniination nicely. I _____ wM t
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day. business and pleasure trip.'I Fire which started from flue :\11'. and Mi.! O. C. Pierce spent I
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I Mrs. Knight; ot St. Cloud, was thejruest They have been spending the past caused small damage to the home of several days here this week preparing '
of Mrs. R. Z. Johnson Thurs week or so in Maine. 'i Dick Tyner on Aderhold street Monday to move to Tampa, where Mr. I| Bill
Pierce who for "Big Crop"
merlv of
was
clay. Mr. and afternoon. The flue manager
Mrs. R. S. Floyd and baby departmentmade the will
| Graystone Hotel, have chargeof
: Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Barber and a quick run to the scene of the
D. G.; McKay and family spent several daughter tha Olive Hotel. have been T
days at Daytona Beach this I Miss Myrtle, motored to Loughman fire and the flames were extinguished spending several weeks They vacation in ,i '%i":1 Says: "Nothing fancy about Blowers Ground
week. Sunday to spend the day with before they had caused any great I
loss. Georgia and will take charge of the Limestone. Just the pure staff like Nature made
Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Sullivan.
L t Mrs. Elizabeth Floyd is upending Tampa hotel on October lat. crushed up so it'll sweeten the soil quick. And '

' the month with Mrs. Edgar Maus, nt Only a few more of those Palm I C. II. Dame, district manager of can put it on anytime without hurting
WANTED yon any
Olive deals left-for 44 cents AT NEW '
: Sarasota. soap the Woodmen of the World, spent CDEN. ;
thing. It's food I can't aloof without it.
I for you get three cakes soap nnd one jar several days here this week. He is A t to let r
Don't fail to see our new suits Palm Olive worth 80 cents retail -, White married with family of
cream arranging for the initiation of a class man .
and before buy. F. H. 1l I Only a .lIlIm.d soil le fully productive. Use
" men boys you at the CORNER DRUG STORE. of fifty candidates at Orland6 on the two or more school children; monthly Blowers Ground Limestone and make your
j! Lawson. We will night of October 4th. The degree wages; no house rent and public land fertile. Prices and sample on request. ,
appreciate anticipating .
your school on plantation. Address W. K.; Booklet Free. s
Mrs. G. F. Packer returned Tuesday future wants. Let team of the Jacksonville lodge will
from a visit with relatives and friendsin your us sup- confer the degree. Parmer, Narcoocseo, or A. E. Thomas 'a 1
oly them. Not later than Saturday, Kissimmee. r Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co.
Bartow. .
Sept 2nd, the last day under the present J. McPhatter returned Sunday froman
Dr. A. W Parker, of Mulberry, Isl management.ole Jewelry, Co. extended trip in the North. Mrs. BOX K-306 OOAUKFLA.

'visiting his father. and' family here. Mrs. A M. Mosely and daughter McPhatter remained! for several days No. ,
: for a woek. Miss Bessie, who have been visiting ,visit in'Greensboro, N. C., and la expected 666 t-, t

Three balls of Bucilla crochet relative and friends in Mississippiorseveral home today. During their absence This U a prescription prepared specially ..... .................. .... .... ....... H )
thread, all colors, for 25 cents. Dollar weeks, arrived home Wednesday they visited Baltimore, Md.,
afternoon. 'Duncannon, Pa., Fort Doposit, Md., tot MALARIA or CHILLS.. rCVCR. H
Limit Store.
}Rlsin$' Sun Md..'Oxford Md., Phila.AUantic Five1 or sU doses will break any case aid" SEED POTATOES ,' .
Big line of shoes Just arrived'for Mrs. Harry Nelson, Dickson, Miss delphia, City, Columbus, Pa., U taken three a code the Fever will oof
7 daddy, mama and all the kiddies. F. Ada Bumby and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. I Harrisburg., Washington, D. C. ....,.. It acts o* the liver better them
H. Lawson.Do Jrossier, of Orlando: motored to Kis- and several points in the Carolinas. Calomel sad does Botfripe or ticket. 2S8 FOR PALL PLANTING IRISH! COBBLER VIRGINIA GROWN. J JPACLDING' r
deliv- !inunee Saturday and spent several I !* NO. 4 ROBE FLORIDA GROWN. '
you appreciate prompt nours nere with friendsI. .. _..
the .11 seed that for
CORNER: DRUG Tkeee ore crop are planted whole /r
. SORE Try the this fall .. Fi.rtd..d .|T.* beat malta .1..... .. c... | 'i
+ phone 297. week M.from Lanier The moved Point his section cattle acrossto I f\J.... Y"" V"" V"" -,,-- ... --..,-- ""ill --- ... --610-- ... . Price .. Kara Variety: .. fellows!. way: .

Home talent, home jokes and home the sand hill section near Lough- : Slaslle Lag Lot. .S.Bfl I>r B... ...*..-11.. L.*, XaS Per .... .1 th
( music at the Graystone Casino to- man where they are usually pastured' i Tea-Baa Lota. S.OO. P.r Baa N ,

I night. Be there. during the winter season MONDA Y NEW CROP TURNIP SKKO. CAIIHAGK. PKPPBR. BOG PLANT. ',

Dr. H. E. Parker spent Saturday Rev. Father Fox returned this if Osir IX"rlpllTe Cataloarajo Free .. "..._C. .
y in Kissimmee on his return from his morning from Kissimmee and other I f .

vacation in the north., points where he has been attendingto E. A. MARTIN SEEDCO. I .
Five hundred sample handkerchiefs his parish work for the past few .
less than wholesale days.-Orlando Reoorter Star. I SEPT. l
25 4th .
at dent
per 4>ll>K"<'tT K.HT'AIII.ISHKU, ANI) I.AKt.KNT. BKKI IIOI'dR' I. Florida. < .
, cost Dollar Limit Storca. We want prescription business I
your Ilrll Vao.e 4XTT.: :lee: EAST HAY ST. Aa<._atle M-234IH. a1-
t L. R. Kenny and family left this -pure drugs and accurate service +
will uaranteed. Phone 297. V'e send ..OOOOOO O OOOO.O. OO OOOO .OOO O.OOOOO. k
t I. week for De Land, where they I "
I make their home in the jture. for and CORNER deliver DRU the prescriptions.THE GSTORE. .- The Store will be closed for inven- l - i&.-

Mrs. W. C. Patton, of. Tampa, arrived : I
today to be the guest of Mrs. Lieutenant Leo Jarrell and PrivateJoe I which time -
at the firm of
E. E. Naugle for the week-end. Tracy, of Company B,N. G. F., tory, If
were in the city and St. Cloud Sutuf- w
Miss Ethel Leo returned yesterday day, having come down to arrange
t from Waynesville, N. C.. where shed for several recruits to the company. Cole Jewelry Co. will cease and New Stock
has bone spending several weeks.
There will be a special meeting
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Miss Mary C. Bryan returned' yesterday the St. John Guild at the home of thereafter be known as N. 0. Brown
from Marshallville\ Ga., where
Mrs. S. H. Bullock Saturday afternoon -
she has been spending the summer. at :3:30: o'clock. All the Indies< I Of Shoes

Handkerchiefs at wholesale 600 of the G'lild, aro urged to be present. & Co., under the management of 1

sample articlos at from two for 5c up
Will Wheeler, who has been a member -
to 60c each. Dollar Limit Store of Company B, Second Infantry, H. 0. Brown. '"
Judge Sargent, of Aovn Park, has N. G. F., now in camp at Black Point, Our big line of Shoes for j.
been the guest of his' daughter, Miss has been granted an honorable discharge ..fi't''
Marian Sargent, for several days this and arrived home on Wednes- Men Women and'Children
week.If We want to close the affairs of \ ,

we haven't got what you want day.F.. S. Ledbetter and family have returned will be completed Sept. 1 sL '
we will get it for you. Telephone to Kissimmee from Taft, where Cole Jewelry Co. and if you are in- .
your orders to 297-CORNER: DRUG the yhave been living for the post several e '' {
monthsand We have the reputation as I.
again
STORE. are occupying ;
nineI I the Thomas residence on Stewart debted to them it certainly will be , {
Special Monday morning at < .
o'clock 12 bars of laundry soap for, avenue.M. the "Old Reliable Shoe ..i

25c. )Same: size at Octagon. Dollar, J. Bass, of Mulberry, spent if will
Limit Store. Tuesday and Wednesday here on [bus- appreciated you adjust same Dealers of Osceola County" '''' '

iness. Mr. Bass is a brother of Mrs. ,
Miss Ethel Wilder left Wednesday
J. L. Overstreet and W. C. Bass, with
.for Troy, Ala., on a month's visit to whom he spent some time while in t by Saturday night, Sept. 2nd. y "i..
. .relatives and then will go north on a '.
the city.
(- visit to friends. Our New Line

.'! The early purchaser gets the best S We and in .
Cal Buckles has just completed the appreciate your friendship patronage
elections. Gifts, we have them:
. yes
. cutting of a 300 cord wood contract t.
':Ii.', on Point the.section.farm of C. S. Acree in The You show know goods.our motto.It will It's be to a your pleasureto advantage past and assure you that the new firm will continuethe will sustain that reputation -

purchase this week.-Cole same business policy have established. '
' Mrs. Helen Perdow and daughter, Jewelry Co. we and will be full in every'
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Miss Helen returnod from
yesterday
J. M. Willson. Jr., returned Sunday Don't miss getting a Standard Thermometer and
: a visit with relatives and friends at
Mork ..
from New where he
City, detail.
t. ,tarpon Springs.T i
has been spending several weeks.
Barometer Sept.; 1st or 2nd. ,
T and Mrs. G. F. Parker, Misses rlrs. Willson remained for a stay of I
'. Helen Jones, Louise and Maude several weeks before returning here -:- '
Thompson motored to Orlando Wed- for the winter : ,

aesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Alexander and Cole Co. '

"r'. 'f' Sfept I Look! Listen! On Friday and on, Fitch, of Atlanta, who were the Jewelry COMPANY
Saturday, September lit and 2nd, guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. C.L. H. G. STANFORD ;
'with every purchase of $1.00 or more Bandy, passed through the city H E. cOLE M-.... A # i
.. we will give a standard thermometer Sunday> on their way back to their .. *' (I') .;), ..{';jl,
i' and barometer of $1.00 value.Cole:: home after an automobile trip to ,
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V : this istered in t.he,'Supreme Court of 'the
Woman's Relief-Corps than action :
r of National President' Bahrenburi United States as slouchily a. that reoeives MUS TANtV1
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About Florida I W.C.T.U.COLUMNLast I In the matter of making. for-, even half as rood treatment
Notes clerk.
: Newsy etrisersswear! true allegiance to the the hands of the flO i, week ,::

flag'as' it presented before them.'There In Circuit Courts Lameness 1I I
For '
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I "I have been In tho Juvenile Courtiher Sprai f :
.Gleaned From State Papers Friday's meeting was very Is something". the bright heard the II -
: 'and
t Cuts Rheumatism ,
in Washington Sores
.t gratifying, .. our State and. District colors of the flag that seems to appeal , and 't, V
girls
administered to boys
to the aliens ,la1 our land vcr oath Il 4 "V ,
L dues were alt& paid and we were able remarkablefact of12 and 14 years ot age In a Penetrate am/4/raJ*.
all else. It ia
and above a

r f: Eustis will soon' have a $ O.OOO Tarpon Springs has a. new publication do-report not count 32 paid-up those -in members.arrears. Beginning We ,- at least in my. experience! thatforeigners manner which was-to me positively than Greek'moreIneomprehenslbJ.e Stops Pain'At OnceFqr 'If

a Greek new.paper. .with' October we shall' bold are more enthusiastic over, Man T Beast I
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public high school buildi le the than Americans are. This is and I have noted the utter surprise
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.. .'" our meetings:. regularly on the 2nd work with which they have wiggled their .5Oa.$1.I.'AtAflCWW; || :
Fire destroyed the Martin sawmillat and 4th Fridays. no idle statement. :Much of my .
Winter Haven will vote on a new air and watched
in the
Seffner, entailing a loss of $1O0. has l-een don. in the foreign element) dirty paws
charter September 15th. of i-ublic schools and in the foreign the lips of the clerk so as to make
The folloWlnCetol'f. as told by Isabelle dtles and I have the sounds as he did. absolutely
The citrus fruit crop around Venice sections of our great same
A is being planted Worrell Ball will be of interestin that uncomprehending, and. as a matterof LINIMENTi: '
: large acreage and vicinity is reported short, but of found, almost without exception
to sweet potatoes at White City. excellent quality. these days when I patriotism glows the children: are quicker to asV tiuo- fact, uncaring. what they were :

4 1 anew: Wins, more eager for Information n,-d. swearing to.
: is j to bo developed the An- The National President Bahrenbul'jl' and count the flag a more wonderful "There have been years when a million -
L' A winter resort Work bas commenced on 1t 1tDoea
i of the W. R. C.. went to the with their children
number of men and women,
than the
Melbourne clote section of the brick highwaysdf thing, same DERBYSHIRE :
eh> the island. opposite_ I Pinellas county. Circuit court* of Belleville, Ills., rx American children in the better class , alien in nativity language, religion (
is'he have a foreigner in her employ take of American schools. i customs and habits to our people General Practice, fivi"K special
millions assessed j
Twenty-one out his naturalization papers. To her is the have landed our hospitable attention to Obstetrics and Diseases of
truck foreigner taking- upon
"When
Miami for The planted to a i
valuation of property in acreage cropsin horror she found that while her .lor.eigner V 'I
the vicinity of Venice will be con- I oath of allegiance and has nothing vo : shores. These aliens have mighty Women. .V'-j .
1916. sik-rubly increased this fall.A was to swear allegiance to the I look at but smoke stained, cobwebby, little idea of what liberty really OfriCC OVfR PALACF DRUG STORE: -. V.
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United States flag, was not a black walls, he is not at all impress means. They can only guoss at tbs: KissiMMre, riA.
and avocado nt ,
Deerfteld Tho citrus reported in groves splendid two-pound Mulgoba mango is being flag in the horizon, hence she could 'I ed, but when he l is holding his hand meaning of he word freedom i nd in Residence PhoM 109 Office .....-_ I V
are ,not find out whether he knew what'
leas
Fort It aloft and swearing to againstall I hundreds of ways they more or
I exhibited at Myers. was support
condition. i I
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he to not.The
swearing allegiance
was or foes foreign and domestic, the despise us and our laws. They know
__ i I grown on Dr. Miles estate. I I
sank into her
1 1rlantinlr matter so deep I Nation, which is represented by the they can make money here, and do
busy I
The farmers at Boynton tire heart that she concluded to it '(
their seed beds for the coming I The new hotel at Ba view, Capti-! out lesson patriotic teachingand carry I II 'brilliant flag which hangs before him, make it. The problems that we shall ALAN J. MacDONOUGH ,
va Island, has been completed. It as a on there i is something tangible, something face when this! awful war in Europeis
Architect .
what could be done toward
f crops. overlooks the Gulf and Piive Island see <, that his groping mind can at an end in the way of undesirable Registered
I I having flags placed in the Circuit The Atlantic Coast Line survey hasreached Sound. the was a
4 of various sections of the
Okeethobee. I courts conception of the National President sion. Millions! of: those who come ENGINEERBRONSON
Moore Havn on Lake ----
: members of theWoman's
United
States
r Active work on the construction of by >and I do not know but she ought to come in good faith and will make BLDG. KISSIMMHH. FLA. : !
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Relief She made her
::1 t the Fort Myers Golf nnd Ycclit Club : Cot1>s. |have a medal of honor for it. 'good citizens. But of the flotsam and :
,. in few I first suggestion to Hecker Woman'sRelief "If :Mrs. Bahrenburg will Jetsam that the old world will send t "
under days. now
4 The C. B. Gay Co"mpaJiy will erect will be way n go.
Of Belleville 111. of
Corps be thou- J. A. TKOVILLION.: M. I).
Jacksonville after the authorities who administerthe here, there will certainly
mofh'l nlant nt I If -
n Kvriin I which she is member. The seed '
-' -future.' The !Morrell Memorial Hospital at a oath and insist that it shall be sands of undesirables. These can on- Special Attention to VCANCEJ
) I in the near -- I' Lakeland was formally opened to the took root at once and the Corps immediately i made Intelligible. she will indeed have ly be awed by law and its enforce IJOITKE, TUMORS and t
.t. to raise the
*V Building permits for the month of public last week. :Miss Angland is mr>n..,' .fnr, proceeded thi. > flairs.< "accomplished wonders. ment, and the National President may DISEASES) OF TilE SKIN.
j UW''J --- ---"-" I "I t have sjt in the Supreme Court her good work a little further Orlando Office-Uoardman Building:,
ki V to the amount of $200,000:! were buperintendent. carry
,. July In to the presentation
i response of tha tthoso who r.dminis-; 8 to 11 a. m.
at Miami.: ;: the United States, a room made and demand
; granted 1 I The merchants of Lakeland have sj>"In eech naturalization Judge Crow said proceedings: I memorabk, nay, almost holy, by the ter the oath of allegiance shall at Winter Park Office, -2 fo 4 and 6 V

', iI,1). The acreage planted to truck crops ,formed nn association and will open have always refused to make a citi- I{great men of the Nation who have at least speak 'United State so that to8p.m.
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bureau for the informationof 'one time or another sat the one of our own blood can understandit
_ I around Modello will be considerably I a credit zen of a man who did not understandthe .upon
V increased this season.Representatives their members. bench there or appeared"! before the anyhow. In my opinion the matterof
language sufficiently to
: V English men of mighty brains in that Court administering the oath in our f
\ -of the Moultrie The Hillsborough Board of Trade know giance.to what he was swearing alle I of last resort and have heard the courts at any time is littl. less than S. H. BULLOCK

of.} '(Ga.) Packing House are at Okee. I will I I ask the county commissioners of Oath of Allt>"ant'e. oath administered! "about as one would criminal." ,

chobee buying hogs in car lots. that county to make an agricultural "The oath of allegiance includes order the cook to havecornmeaJslapI -
,: I
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aDd baoanfor break
to 8800. jacVefriedliver '
amounting
levy and RUBMYTISMWill
I fealty to the Stars Stripes and REAL ESTATE
.
Work is beinf done on both the I any man who does not understand the fast.
:Wiami Canal Highway and the Tam- I Graham & Shiver will plant two language well enough to swear to I "The clerk 'holds up a book, sup- core your Rhenma m

iami Trail at the Miami end. I hundred acres to citrus trees this fall fight( for his country and his flag is posedly th* Bible, and the witness, Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps, INSURANCE
lit ,-- at Fort !Myers. This increases their or whoever is appearing before the
refused naturalization here.
V > It is estimated that there will be'r holdings! to 400 acres. I Our enemies are not alone papers the for- Supreme Court, lays his left hand on Colic, Sprains. Bruises, Cuts and
over 5,000 acres of new land put into I eigners here, but our own people the Bible and raises his right hand Burns. Old Sores. Stings of Insects Examination of Titles a

: crops this fall in St. Lucie county. I A company has .been.foi, med atVlade right in our midst, are some times in a very lazy fashion and the cleVk Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne used internally f
City to put on the market improved proceeds to swear him in about this
worse. The people who disobey the and externally. Price 25c Specialty i ilorresDondence
V Highway"? W.F. house stock fashion
: V !Slate Commissioner farms, including J laws of our country and who are born : .
t Cocke was in Melbourne host week 'and poultry. in our country are true enemies. I 'Idosol'm'ly swa'thatPulls'po'rttliecons'tushonuvthu -
) roads in that section. "nitedStat" againstawfoesfnand'mstkshoehelpm'goL' Solicited; ;
inspecting the I -
4 I am delighted to accept this flag from
I at ESTATEHaving
\ Plans for 1\ co-operative dairy the Wprrfan's Relief Corps. We cannot REAL
Contracts for the building of all I Jade City havo taken definite shape have\ too flags. The flat "Now what they are really sayingis
J' :roads in the New Smyrna district ami a meeting will be called at an many this:
I should be flying daily from the ma. I purchased the propertyon Robert Riedel Co.
If: have been let and work will start in .arly date to close the details. of the court Tiouse. I shall certainlycall "I 1 do solemnly swear that I will of Hrack and Bass
::" I a few weeks. \ I II the attention of every alien who support he Constitution of the United the corner NOVELTY WORKS
.r I -- i The citrus belt is commencing to seeks citizenship to the flag when he States against all foes, foreignand i *tr .ets, two blocks north of the
and J150- neod of rains. Local church N. Kisaimmee, I House Bills a Specialty. All/ Interior Ffiftk
Bond issues for $200,000 j feel the general here." domestic so help me God' )or an Christian ,
OOO) respectively, wore voted at Palm showers have occurred in certain sections I i appears Miss Worrell says: oath that is similar). I have moved both my Realty Par- Window and Door From... Win_*
I' llcach for an inlet and highway across but not over all the peninsula. I and Door Scr....
l [ "I doubt if a more important step "Now do you suppose for a single lor and residence from Lake View Phones
\, the 'Glades.m I has been taken in the history of tha second, that the oath of office admln- Kissimmee to : Shop 216; Residence 237
a I Work has been stopped on the layIng I cottage, S. same. Darlington Ave. Near Freight Depot

:V Plans are under way to hold a joint I of brick on the ClearwaterSafety -.---- - ------ - -- -- Will be pleaed to meet ?hy old cus- .
I meeting of the Georgia and Florida Harbor road on account of the alleged tomers as well as new. Select "
V; V Press Association at Jacksonville poor quality of the brick being Pe V
ice Q homes, choice farms, vacant lots W. B. Crawford Lee
.. L come time this winter. put down by the contractor. Jarrell
) II and acreage at prices and termsto CRAWFORD &: JARRELLATTORNEYS.AT.LAW

4 The Duval Farmers Association Chairman Miller, of the II ill sbo- suit. City and country proper- ...

VV' lave taken steps looking to the formation rough County Board of Trade, has ties for exchange.
;f' of a farmers loan association I called a meeting of the growers and Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Cittxehe

i V tinder the new Farm Loan Act. shippers at Tampa September 7th, to Bank Building
; I discuss the question of freight rates. The Elite Realty ParlorMRS.
_I 4iV Building: operations in Jacksonville Kissimmee Florida

V : lor the month of July amounted to According to the reports just issued SUMMtRS. Mr.
214275. Thirty-five buildings are by the State Board of Health -
of. !OJ.au St,c. trick iMtk 11..1....
:represented by these figures.A Tampa has the highest birth rate :
V any of the larger cities in Florida per
guava factory with a capacity of thousand of population. DR. W. W. CARSON V V

,4 h-.. 1>.000 cases per season will be opened 'J. -
SCHREIfELS D. ( DE.ITFST
i , nt Larkins. It will be known as the Miss Storey will succeed Miss Agnes A. I

Vj V William Laesch Company. Partridge as demonstration agent Office over Pilley Building
for the Girls' Canning Clubs for CHIROPRACTORSpecialty Office Hour.11
? Some citrus fruit around Hypoluxo\ Hillsborough county Miss Partridge tIVReL.t Office 'Prior* IB*' Re.ld8n i'Pho-i .. SS
V V lias commenced to color rapidly and having been promoted as district im Nervous aid Ciroaic 0.. Administered for Extraction ..
will be ready for shipment in Sep agent.. ;,' ? Disease. "eetb

tember, according. to reports I '
Faith member of V V Opening Office October 2nd
Miss Robinson, HI
4 r V ; The '; "em nt'II;; investigate the Girls' Canning Club of Plant City OFFICE HOURS

the immense peat beds, near Pablo has been awarded Scholarship in Reconstruction, of course! When the great : CEO..F. PARKERATTORNEYAfLAW -
I. Beach: looking to its use as a fertilizer : the Florida State College for Women, Mondays, Wednesdays aid Fridays, ".I .
is shattered be rebuilt.
and in the manufacture of explo- Tallahassee, given by the State Federation war over, Europe must betwee. 7 and. 11 A. M.

;: V, sive.k . of Woman's Clubs.. Mediaeval architecture, crumbled by cannon, JOHNSON BLD6., No. 114 1-2 Broadway Collection. and Conv.yanc.aSpecialties :

V The Dade County Board of Public The Manatee County Board of will be replaced by well-lighted, well-ventil Joiiing Judge Parker's.
; 'If', Instructions have decided to add milItary Trade is considering the formation of 111 1-1 Broadway
training and instruction to the i real estate exchange for that coun- ated, c venient and sanitary buildings of the ,

J curriculum fo. the boys of the high tv. G. G. Gumprecht, manager of the day. In! this tremendous rebuilding I
present
V schools. Florida Citrus Exchange for that section ,
_
V is urging the move.
. S Vero will have approximately twenty T. M. RIVERS. M. D. VPhYSICIAN

V acres planted to strawberries next The jobbers and manufacturers CBBSOU FHBP1EB F V
V season arrangements are being who are members of the Tampa Board Certainteed and SURGEON
:made to have a line of refrigeratorsto of Trade will make an "extension Office over Osceola Pharmacy

: handle the crop. tour" embracing the cities from San- Phone Rssleoqe. iaa.

V ford to Fort Mj ?rn in the interest of S "SSSSPSSSSSSS SSSSSS SS* SSSSSSSSSSS Office 14$.
The new bridge being built across bringing their customers into closer
V the river at Stuart will be 1,1R3 feet relations with them for mutual ben Roofing

: long and 14 feet wide. It will he bril- tilt; They will leave Tampa October Insuranee that Insures F. Kninns W. j. STBBX
liantly lighU-d by electricity and the 16th.H. W ;

V floor will be of asphalt. I will play a leading role; for CERTAIN-TEED is the KRIBBS &: STEED

C. Wr'Wj, a progressive negro twentieth the demand for roofing Protection that Protects ATTORNEyS AT LAW
: Present indications arc that no cit iT."n of Bradentown, has inventeda century answer to ,

I V grapefruit will be shipped!1 from Dade "palmetto plow" that does the that is economical to buy, easy to lay and inexpensive Legal business of all)) kinds' al.,..
V ,: county in September, but it i;. cxpocted"that "'..r". The Consolidated) Construction maintain.
V the movement of fruit will Company, which has the contract for to prompt attention.
k: begin in earnest in October. I building/ the roads in the Sarasota Offices II anil 12 Slat Bank Bid.
I
Venice district has contracted with CERTAIN-TEED Roofing is made in rolls; also in Klssl milieu. Florida

V; The Independent Fertilizer Company Vim to plow fifty-four miles of their slate-surfaced shingles. There is a type of CERTAIN- DAKIN AVENUE
: V of Jacksonville linn acquired the road.

r Slant, good will and formulas of the TEED for every kind of building, with flat or pitchedroof KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Pat Johnston <>. p. Qarr'.

; Compar.y, of Orlando. Mr. More )people are spending their vncntions from the largest sky-scraper down to the smallest -
-' Schnarr will be retained the JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW
I I by compeny. on National Forests this sum-

.. ... I ''nJ" '. than have ever done so l before, residence or outbuilding.It *_ -' V -
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I /.I A destructive-fire last week did I t.v"...nv autrmobile persons traveling ip order long to distances camp in makes a clean, sanitary, attractive roof with a very Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank I

t L $20,000 damages to the business seeI these public playgiounds.The low cost per year of life. It is guaranteed for 5. 10 orV t.+.:.4++++*',. .+..44.0o.o.+00-0. I. Building I V

V r. tion of Wauchula. I rabies epidemic; which is carried 15 years, according to ply ((1,2 or 3)). Experience proves Kliatmme. Fla

Plans have been accepted for the :t.,. infected coyotes is spreading ('I1 t-1 that it outlasts the period of guarantee.If C.
Orange General Hospital to he erected ward in Utah. Rabid coyotes are .. W. GRIFFIN i ;

.. l at Orlando. mon in the entire western part of the you are interested in roofs investigate CERTAINTEEDbefore JlFUNK31AL

_ y '. state, and one has been killed withinLh.ity decide the to buy. You will find CERTMNTEEtflor J.W.THOMPSON
1 The Winter Garden Progress is the miles of Salt Lake City. you upon type Staple and FancyGROCERIES

I V I name of tht're.Machinery a new. paper that will be published sale by responsible dealers all over the world. DIRECTOR.. ?

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: I of Tourist the National registers Forests.are in use on many Th long life of CXRTAIN-TBBD .la due to the I andLICENSED ,m'
By registering
'*.. is arriving for the new ,VVavSt quality of the roofing-felt and the character ol the ...
their names and destination EMBALMER .
of the Florida Products ) persons .
plant Company
Vt _ asphalt ntuntion. Thii I.a blend of aoft uphalta
going into the mountains
*V at Haines City. I to have telegrams and other can important arrange - V V V prepared by the General's board of expert chemiau. Free Delivery to all Part Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave .% ,t :
I The hijhett quality roofing felt U. thoroughly nturatcd '!o
j Two car loads of hogs w<;rc shipped I messages forwarded by the V e with this soft blend, and U then coated with of the City Kllaimrnee, Fla *
V Forest
-; to.the Tampa Packing Company from I Rangers. a bland of harder aiphalti,which prevent the drf- "* r it-v

;Zolfo recently. I _____ Ing-out procueto! dntractive to ordinary roofing: A.G+ 4+ .
(t i Pie Quinine That Doss Not Affect TIM HeW 4c4+++++++........t V

: l1<<.,,.* of tla tonic .nd laxatt-r _. UAXATIVK -
More than 40 000 ucres of land in l1aOIllO QUININE bettrrth.nordinary General Roofing Manufacturing'Company : M. TILLER
I ,DuvaJ county is being fenced and Quinine and dom not eanae nera..a_ mow
i : .*;'.., ctocked! with high grade cattle. rlntfnB In head Remember the lull nnt mod Wortft Largnt Mammfoftmrmr of Roofl g. said OmOJiitg PaponKstt '
_ ""'nk I tr the limator oi K. W. OBOVR. iv. LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW Real state
?& V ... ....... ......... Agency. /
':: "fi A ear load of steel culverts has b 2 A. MI&SZ ...............-......-............__. '
f V Zolfo and will *-O"" M Mla ..p.ii. SMitW rayM.CMy bAs Waring Building. + -
arrivod at bo
# rapidly LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED ..Mla JtMaMM d O*.M.teaa n_vrt9 Dvl tk; Lavdav Realty bought and sokL
** ,.,.... JI 1ac.d.In. ,. the. roads of that section. OopwdallMd 1114.O..I....&..M.Ds1.cib.0.. Houses rented.
"Your Quirk's Chill Tonic cored V j V
t' Bids' have'been accepted and work my Certain-teed Taxes: paid and Titles verified 41
I- husband of. LaGrippe and Fev u- after Roofing
V Will..commence: at once on DeLand's C. F. THRASHER V for -
,' V pew.. Commercial ,Club building. the doctor's medicine and other remedies non-residents. V V
<4.- '\ ; ...::. failed." U aold by the SHEE1 METAL WORKER Fire. Life and Accident j' '

.. m: V .i ov.t&inded;l ; head pf dairy LULA C, ROACH Drifton. Fla. OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY M.tal RoofV, on mnl lurance. I) IV I
'cattle bay. lIooa'pled l to tho new .. GasrwS..d'PHONt
1 cQopr5tlT.&t: .. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25c. V f KISSINMEE FLA. Indemnity Bond "IV
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: Legal' ri stitution resentatloa Section!U shall hereby Article convene.amended VII 'of.so the-Con as to amount price, A sufficient In' sufficient bulk.bond per]to will month'run be* plant.or requirettof year-.c', for I Proceedings.; Ot , ,; A ,FORECAST; OF i ,.,'( ,;

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,: : 'Aclvcrtisenvcnismi ( '. t t1I on.the"When l exlKlature Senator as follows any'new:It.eounty shall- be'f'Is'created entitled,. by to- I reject faithful- The, any Council performance\ or all resu4ee bids.jof contract the rlgWt*:. -' ,to- the School: i BoardKlMlmme '<, ,' , 4 '1 ''THE' pAASOf:: :; '


: House of Representatives and one member until of the the ,This If."11th dayof J. It.OlCl3BRT August 'A., CUrlo TV '1316;, ;. .
JIItIIluiipItI :; .
I 1111111 next; enumeration provl4.4 -for. In 8ectl : '. ,- I 4
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ni.-of: this shall be ; ; "":' "t,4 :
'i.Iontb ADMINI.TRATOR. Fla-- A'u.. .
TcE<<: OF< ADMINISTRATOR... takensfter the : of the said 11011CROr- I I C f
Flaal l>l .. .. (Per Flaal Olacaarae) The School Board met |In regular
(For. "- . new county, or .until census ,

,I-si, crt, e t'4" CeeMty:; -........,' State 'Of enumeration the United States- that It America.f.h.bef after k the by I., Cmmrt', .t"c mmtr .....*,' *._'ete"e>f'I Chairman session, there J.-.being B. Strait present and W. C.Walter Bass. Suit: Sh 'i1 Variety
FI.rId.,., OsveeJa Ceaatr creation ot the said new county whichever ,FI.rt&.. Oeceela. c....,. .. Bronaon- also C. 13. Towell. Superin Interf.tinl ant

4 ,..' re-Ea.... 'ef Charles F. ..;...... Br.r ;; the creation shall the of said sooner n.w be:'lounIY taken, when after !. .. Relate .( Skatlrlek- : ... ('-...'... tendent.The minutes of the. laft meeting1were . . the, Front Aagin., 4

,.NotIce I. hereby given to all whom It avail be entitled to one member of Notice herebr given, to all whom read and .p<>ro..d. : '

.- ltma concern, that on the"lit day of the. House-of Representatives. for every of It ,may October concern! that on r'bhllta.pd: 8. L Lupfer, county treasurer, 're.ported . _ _ I
December,' Av D. DII, I shall apply to' ten thousand. POPulation. or* the major Honorable A. D. ISIS. .Iul'e: aa follows:
to the T. M. Murphy To' the Honorable Board of
the Honorable T M. Murphy, Judge of fraction thereof .. Public In' -
the. othercounties.
t .aid Court as Judge of l'rob.too.Ltor ." .me.us of said Court. .. Judge! of Probate, for struotlon In and for Oaceola County: New York Sept. L Paris was of n blu gabar.
_ final* discharge my final discharge ae Administrator I herewith tender1' my report as ma. v
Administratrixof Before
my a. of the very longthis surnmor dine, with long The .
estate of treasurer
Shadrtek M. of Oaceola
county for the ful
the estate of Charles F. Prevatt. Sr" A Joint$ Resolution proposing an deceased I and tnarat the Ch.n41.rt month. of and light have skirt fulL ct
deceased; sod that at the same time I amendment to Section 1 of ride VI : July. A D. 1916.Gaseral frk ault wl t b 'als was very :
will present-to said Court my flnal ao. of the Constitution of the State of will present te said Court my final ae *ebeai KBBalance -*,. put for fall ( up the waist line where -.
COunt. administratrix of sa4d Florida counts ae Administrator of laid eatate.and from last report ___UIN Tt to take their nora
a. estate
as amended by Joint Rosolu- ask for their approval. Amount received from places. I often it was blouse of brown
and aak for ,their approval. tlen No. t. Acts of 181. relating tosuffrage .. Comp"troller that the chill wird and black checkout
Dated June tb XT and eligibility.Be Dated April Ird A. Dlamolmo U1I. tax redempt. ....- .10.* hppnl frt t aUk with smalt

BARAK A'P\i\rATT.\ It Resolved by the Legislature of l. W. W. CHANDLER. Amount received from C. R. unprpre. and certainly chk. The coat was lined with this .

p\i ll-lamotmo Administratrix. the State of Florida: Administrator Amount Towell.received sale of from blackboards Tax Col I 10 there i* up.iuttlnff than sik. wbe trw open the ef. '4

That the following amendment to NOTICE or KI.KCTIOM.To lector polla .... ...-.____. f 0* to icalixe that we had not (given of whl. ctu was very '
IfOTICH, OF ADMINISTRATOR Section 1 .of Article VI of the Constitu Amount received from Tax Col a thought comingof fall and t _ _
FOR FINAL OIlCIIAhOBi tion' of the State of Florida be and lector taxes t th striking. .
the Sheriff of Oaceola County ot the 111! II
were, not ready for the Salt and
the same Is hereby agreed; to and shall State of Florida: cnaently. FabC V
..WJIf i COVRT OF THcouirrY JUDGE. ba submitted to the electors. of the Be It known That I. H. CLAY Total -M10K OS change Ther '

ISTATE OF ....Ollln.... OSCEOLACOUNTr. mate at the general election, In 1'14 CRAWFORD, Secretary of State of the By paid warrants .. per list.. 44* II I The autumn weter.ae already well fall, which will perhaps make itdifficult
for ratification or rejection:
t fa re Estate ef Hetrlla .......... Section 1. Every male person of the State a of General-election Florida, do hereby will l""Rive be held noticethat inOaceola Balance -_'UI4 (1 ..ltUahe s no ono ne b arid i to decide on what t get. s ,

I Notice la hereby -lv.n h.tCI all whdTW age of twenty-one years nnd upwards County State of Florida on fc-Hehe-l"' District .... 1. I t selection sides the old stand-by, there I ;
I It may concern that. on th day ofSeptember. who Is a cltlsen I of the United States Tuesday next succeedlita the firstMonday Balance from last report- Id 01 gowns early, for there is no danger I' its staunch companion.ere .
A. K: 111. I ehall to at the time he applies to register she Amount received from ;
apply Comptroller
In D. 114 -
the
the }Ionorkble T. M. Murphy. Judge of ba deemed a qualified elector at all aid Tuesday o-'h-::: ; ;; tax redempt. Tl tat they will not be in I style teD there .wool pln wool va..

aid Court, .. Judge of Probate for my elections under the Constitution of the. "Be' ...... Day eff Nevesabefr.For Amount received. from Tax Collector -. Te suit model have *. bradcoth, mixtures ,
tlnal discharge a. Administrator of the State of Florida nrovlded, that he possesses United States Senator from the taxes ..?._..-..._.-_ *. ** como from Paris are and twills and .
atate of Roslella Pearaon. deceased the following additional qualifications &atre lutp
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State
of for six
Florida from
and that at the aame time I will prevent : i March 4, UI1. years . Total - ,.4.4 tive as they can he. The ct ar'For dressy wear, velvet, '
,. to BatS Court my flnal account He shall have resided and had his For Six (') Presidential Electors. By paid warrants as per Hat.- I M 'mostly three-quarters and
as Administrator of said estate, and permanent home. and nlace of abode In t'I,-----._.'__ _. ...A some of them are 1n They -
"auric for their aproval. the State of Florida for one year ana Fourth -Cona-reselonal' ; District-of the Blance _____ -J- 16' IS
Dated March th. A.: 1). 1111. nthe county wherein he. applies toregister State of Florida In the Sixty-fifth Congress 1._."$' .__. District N. S. reach to the hips, the finger tips or :
A. B. DROUGHT. for six months previous thereto. of the United States. Balance from last report11614 10 the knees. The skirts are quit full;

ir-oamlmo. Admlnlatrator. For Governor of the State of Florida. Amount received from Comp ,ulst as full as they were but
He must be able to read write and For Secretary of State of the Stateof troller, redempt- 1 It fal,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Interpret any section of the Constitution Florida. Amount received r m-T&i'-Collector. not so flaring. The lines ate Itrlght

of the State of Florida at the time For Attorney ueneral of the State of taxes _.- 14 45 er. as a rule and the just
I .N COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE he applies to regiSter and vote. Florida. trifle longer than they have been
STATE OF FLORIDA. OSCKOLA He must own In his own right property For Comptroller of the State of Total ___.-.--$157. .4 I
COUNTY. to the value of not leas than five Florida. By paid warrants as per list-- 6i 1* ,4
hundred dollars which fact shall .. For Treasurer of the State of I
determined only by the aaaesament Balance $1620 75 ./ t
!. re Ratal ef Willi. Weckerly.To Florida. -
books of the county at the time he For Superintendent of Public Instruction Nnb-Rcbeel District Ne. 4. I

I all Creditors, Distribu applies to register db".rote.He of the State of Florida. Balance from last report ____IS6S1 48 i
tees and all '.. lAlr.t".l n* Claims must not have convicted For Commissioner of Agriculture of Amount received from Comptroller .
: previous to the lime he applies to regli.tpF redempt. IK 7i
or Damanda against said Batata: the State of, Florida. --
You. and each of you, are herebynotified or vote of larceny, robbery for-. For Two Justices of the Supreme Amount recejvedtrom Tax'Col- )I '
and required to present any Brery. perjury or bribery In any of Court of the Stale of Florida.For lector, taxes 111 .tl I I : -
claims and demands which you. or courts of any State or of the UnitedStates One Railroad Commissioner of i 1
or It so convicted. he must Total 19. .
.
either of 'ou may have against the the State of Florida --- :
.atate of William Weckerly deceaafd. have been. restored to the rights of clt- For State Senator for ttth Senatorial By paid warrants as -I.tIU 11Balance

late of Oaceola County Florida. to the laenshlp.Provided District of the. State of Florida.For .
undersigned ,I 4 estate however That no personor One Memtter of the House of .-12751 18E5eboel
within two J-ears tto'ft'h" date lineal descendant of any such person Representatives .of the State of Florida District N.. S.Balance .
ber..of. wno w.. on January flrst. 187( or from last report -----I 154 .0
A. 1911. prior thereto entitled to vote under For Amount received from Comptroller -
Dated July is. n. rounty Judge.
the Constitution. and lawa, of any of the redempt. 7
A. E. DROlJfJHT. For Sheriff.' --- 4 1' 1)jgyicr
11... Admlnlttralpr. Statea or Territories. or entitled. to For Clerk of the Circuit Court. Amount received from''aZ Collector :
vote under any form of government For Prosecuting AUorney.For taxes -_- *9
-
or any naturalised. citizen or his descendants of _
NOTICE OF KLKCTION.Wh shall be denied the right to Counly Tax Colleclor.For Assessor. Tales.Fot Total _--. _f 113 04

register and vote becsuse. he .hall not County Superintendent of Public By paid warrants as per __ 0 90
..reaa. the Legislature of 116 under be able to read write and Interpret I.t
<' the Constitution of 1SD6. of th. any section of the Constitution of the Instruct lolL. Balance ----------------S 1SS ,' '
State of Florida. did pans three Joint State of )Florida .. above provided or For County Five County Surveyor.For Commissioners.For H-h.Nrbovl UlBlrlet Ne. S. 1 .
resolutions proposing' amendments to because he Khali 1 not own property of ; Balance from last report I 1T4
; Three Members of the County 8
of the HIde of Florida -
the Constitution lie value above upecined. : naturalisediltliens Amount received from Comptroller -
Board of Public Instruction.For
and the earn were agreed to by a { of the United 'States, however.it .__ 2 84
the In and fur
Justice of Peace r..d."pl -- ---
vote of three-fifths of ..11.h". memlierselected it time they apply and before they via Amount .. Tax Collector. -
the Justice Districts :
to each house; that the vot..aon be I shall i following
admitted to register. taxes t 0
Noe 1 1 3. 4. (. 6. 7. 8. DJt/
said resolutions were entered
Joint :
officer
present to the registration certificate ;
For' Constable In and for the foUowInll' -
upon their respective Journals. with of his naturalisation or a dulycutbenticated Justice Districts, vii: Nos. I. 2, I, Total _nn_ _unun_> 116 56

th Md determine yeas' and and nae direct a "r't.r::; :. they said SIT. t. Upon copy the thereof.adoption of thisamendment 4. 6 6, 7, 8. By paid warrants a. per list__ S 44Balance 1 4' .. '' .' 9 oreLt,

Joint resolutions he submitted to the the Constitution.. the In testimony Whereof I hive hereunto ; $ ; ,
to GreatSeal __ ___1 111 12 .
set hand and affixed the nn -----
electors of the Btate at the l general Legislature. shall enact appropriate my Warrants were examined and cancelled .
of the State of Florida at Tallahas.ee -
-election In November IMS. laws to carry the purpose of this In open session as follows:
the Capital this the twenty .
Now therefore. I. H. Clay Crawford.Rocrets.rv amendment Into effect. .._...... d__ .t. A.._.... A n 1515 General 1 School Fund. $440.66-No.. r4
of State of the State of Florida iL.s.-< : HrctiAi' CRAWFORD.Secretary 14711. 147!. 14TJ. M74. 1475, 148. f4
.-do *.erebr rive' notice. that a general The vote cast In compliance with of State. 1477 171.. 147. 1481. 1481. 1481. ,
election win be held In each Coun- said the
amendments and
proposed To I... H. Ingram. Sheriff .of Osceola 1604. .
106.S. .
In Florida on Tuesday neat succeeding declarations and returns ?
ty canvass. SIIntoN4YTiCIt 8. No 1 Fund n .6l-Nos. 144
the first Monday In November.: A. thereof shall be subjected to the same County. A Style
D. 111. the said Tuesday being the regulations and restrictions as are OljAPPLICATION 1*4.?'8. D. No. 1 | .4 -Nos. 1490 : r Mol4e Empire
seventh day of November for the ratIflratlon provided by law for general elections. FOIl TAXIItEI 14tl. FOnd .- satin will very much in the fore.
UNDKH HRr-TION ITS AND
>
or rejection of the said Joint ,nth.. mate of Florida. DTK UKNKRAI. KTATUTKN OF S. B. I). No. 1 Fund, '5.U-No.. 'l4 l"B : Iucat. The checked wool
resolutions n to In testimony whereof. I have hereUnto grun. yeour ,
1496 '
ufl'.Ot. fb.a rlmO..r" STATE OF FLORIDA.
the Florida set my hand and affixed the Great TilE S. D. No. 4 Fund $18.11-Nos. 1496. stylish in two tonos, ,
vim: Seal of the State of Florida lit TallHhaase. instance black and tan and
147 ,
Notice la that W. H. brw.
______ hereby given 11.
A Joint' Resolution proposing an amen- of. the July.Capital A. Tt.this 191)1.the twentyfifthday Jones. purchaser of Tax Certificate No. S. S. No. C Fund. ..0-Nos. IU' brown, and gray brW They ; ,

mont to Section 9 of Article, 9 of the Seal) H. CLAY CRAWFORD 110. dated the 6th day of July'I-A. D. lBS. 's.IBD.I'No. 4- Fund. "."-Nos. 1601 ar most practical too, t.r wearvery 0 ..
1814. has filed said Certificate my
to taxation .
Btate Constitution relating ll-mos Secretary of State.OK 1508 well. The fashionable tones -
office and has made application for

It Resolved and finance.Be by. the Legislature of Tax Deed to Issue In accordance to B11_w re.approved.... and warrant 1 I.-j are navy blue. dark brown green-'. .
.
the State of Florida: NOTICE APPLICATION FOR TAX law.Said 1607-C. rOlo.. ; supt.$125 Of Suit Are Fashionable taupe, gray, burgundy and black. ( !
That the following amendment o< hEEl> IINDKH" flK<*rif N' fiTS A..nIIT5 certificate embraces the following i U08 W. C. P. I. :: 4 00 Long Cab Fur fo Trimming.Did -
lands, lying and being situate In -
of Article *- of the Constitution \ :lk.f. 'i
HM-tlon S CiRNRRAI. STATUTES OF TIlE
1609-r-J. 8. t B. I in the Strictly /ear
that the furon
of the State, relating- taxatlo STATIC .K FLORIDA. Oaceola County State of Florida, to- B.Pp.I'I. JJ worn past seasons. any woman
Walter 6
1610
wit: tailored suits of- do not have her suit last winter would not
and finance 1 IB hereby agreed to and 1611 J. 8 Cadet legal aervloea 00 course b
-hall be submitted to 'the; electors of Notice Is hereby given that Mrs. J. (II Lot) of Six Klsslmmee(.I). .Block Park.Twenty-three 1611--Stale. Bank. Interest. on 1 very wide or long skirts. fashionable this.yearT If' let ,

the State for adoption or rejection at C. Mllllne-er, purchaser of Tax Certificate The said land being assessed. In the No. 744. 1 mo. _________ tl 67 Among the .corft styles there fear be turned into joy, a is .
hereafter
the next general election : No. 14, dated the 4th day of July, ar t
un-KI. Tel. Co., phones.,.__ I 00
that la to 'say, that' Section 9 of Article A. D. 114, has died said Certificate In name of J. A. Wright at the date of 1814 Jaa. Jacckson. labor and m Russian effects seen, be used even more lavishly than .
S of the Constitution. of the Stateb. my office and haa made application for Issuance of said certificate.. material. Bchl No. 11-- most women will be happy to learn. was last winter. The of fur ottskirts ,
Unless said certificate snail be re- 1(0UtA bnd
amended to read aa follows: :Tax Deed to Issue In accordance to B. Drought. Bch. 1 of the favored 'models fitted wider the
deemed aocordlna- to law. Tax Deed In. One are ,
""Section-. There shall be exempt I."". I eli o
from taxation property toto the value: of Said Certificate embraces the followIng will Issue thereon on the Ktn day 01September I shingles.. At Sen.. 4 ._.... Co.. II (IUlT above the waist and quit blow coats just as high, and te et. oath -
A. D. 114. -
five hundred dollars every widowthat described lands, lying and belnKsituate and of sleeves andl
Walter labor Bch, It, lust as
Witness hand and official seal at th. .
has a family dependent. on her for In Osceola County. Btate of my 1 4-Lnl.r. dep Rbi
No.
Klsalmmee. this the ,17tbt day of Au- -- tr- :g gU.'M this I skunk are the T'
ort. and to every peraon who la a "' : i. Ide. -
'.up bona tld. resident of the tate and h... 1-7-tl.N%G-'fI;' SWj of 8WU or ',8m'4 g""*"' *. ', "i'-U ttii :' .., supplies Co. I A suit that gives promise of bing : used, and there are also Hudson semi, ,., -

lost a limb or been disabled in ...1' or end BE*" .of aw% of 8EK of Section Clerk Circuit; Court.OVBRSTREET.Osceola County. lumber '' No.br. *..:, 1 J? very well liked on account on a coufl beaver, fox; I lynx, moleskin ermine .

'br misfortune. Thirty(14) South.( 0). Township Twenty-six State of Florida. 1610-a L. Lupfer corn tr.... It 51 of Its generally becoming lines is'illustrated I al of which were a last
(11)
1'A R.na.Tblrtyone (Circuit Court SeaL) *6itNOTICE labor Sch.
Joint Resolution proposlraan ma.t. .51-Woodall _______- 100 hero. It has doop pockets winter.
amendment to Sections I. I and 4 ot The said lands being assessed In the 1611-F. B. Williams material which are cut in one with the fronts : And not only on cults and cloaks*
Article. VII of the Constitution of the name of Mrs. O. R. Potter at the dateof OF APPLICATION FOR TAX School No. 1 .
State of Florida relating" tq census Issuance of said Certlilcate.Unless DICED uNDER SECTION nyc AND 1611_N. F. Bass. bids-----house-----, 1 I of 'the coat, and a narrow belt going there t b an abundance of for trimming -

and apportionment.Be said Certificate shall be redeemed STB GENERAL STATUTES' OF I and closts. Bch. 10 71J 55 around the aides and back, but not 1 ,, also on evening gowns. ,

It Reaolved by the Legislature. ofthe according to law. Tax Deed THE STATE OF FLORIDA. 1514-J. r). Harris fgt and dray- th front. The skirt that completesthis Even the very sheerest such ,
State of Florida: will Issue thereon on the tnd day of fabrCr
Bch. U. S. 8. D 1 ( 10 ;
That the following amendments to September A. D. 114. Notice Is hereby given! that John S. 1616 C. W. Griffin, Hat Quall-- suit has pockets corresponding in as net, Georgette crepe ,
the Constitution$ of the State of Florida witness mv hand and official seal at Cadel. purchaser of Tax Certificate No.: fled voters. 8. B. D. 1-- I 00 cut to those on the eat are to be decorated with fur. A very

be. and the same are' hereby axreedto. Klsslmmee, this .the first day of August ED, dated the 4th 1J'.t.t July A. D. 15t<-O. W. F..rtlc Itiep. elec- In the other ouit here, there stunning evening dress of not had thev
A. D. 114.J. 114. has filed II I In
and the same shall be. submitted to my tlon I __ S 00
the electors of the Btate at the general L. OVERSTREET. office and has made application for 1617 BHauy.n.p. election- Is a suggestion of th Empir style, skirt edged with a deep band of fur 4

election, In 111' for ratification, or reJestect"lon Clerk Circuit Court Osoeola County Tax Deed to Issue In accordance to S.S.D1.------- 200 the return of ..e have been The dress itself was elaborately bead

: State of Florida.Circuit law. E. wfllis loop el..ctlon much about ed. Beaded
1638-R. hearing metallic embroidery
so lately. -
S of Article" VII l. hereby ( Court Seal ) ll-6t Said certificate embraces the following S. 8. D I __ __ 2 OCI I I f..brlc.
uu in modified form and
and In come a : sequins are extensively used
mended ao aa to read as follows: lands lying being situate 1529-F. 56. Edis. clerk election hnnS I j

'The alslatureathat shall convene IN! THE CIRCUIT {'OUR?. STATE OFFLORII Osceola County State of Florida, twit S. S. D. _------: 1 00 panel in the front und is on evening gowns. The won.rul .

1 In the year of 1911 and thereaftrr >A. The: 8WW of the NEK of Section 160-. Balsden, exp. elec- certainly most attractive. I''effects' and beauty of these th ;t
of member or theSenate I 1 501631Lupfor
Khali consist one S. S. >
----- 1
Two ZIi A wonderfully suit from lights readily be imagined. -
from each county In the State.nd ((1) Township Twenty-five ( ) A Prather. dlst Ilar can
"F.VENTII .J"DI"AL CIRCUIT.OHCKOLA ,
South, Range' Twenty-eight East. t --------------- -- - --------- ,
of one member of the House ofRepresentatives ( OIJ'ITT-'IV! CHANCERY.Th ; : ballot boxes 8. B. D. 10 00 f ( ,
The said lands being assessed In thename
from each county lithe 1511 A. E. Balsden dray and '
Ing In September when the matter : .
of J. R. Smith at the date of follo. c. .
State for. every ten thousand of City ef KU.lasa>*... Issuance of said certificate. labor Schs. 6. 11. 18 ---- 1 001633Lupfer would be finally decided. In the meantime . Willis. J. 4!. Bass and p
population therein or the major frac- a Nualdpsl l Corporation. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed & I'rather, distbal.bxsSSfl.4 the County Superintendent was Bass h.vlnareceived the highest" A m ,"
tion thereof where there may be a major ( ._.1.1..... according to law. Tax Deed unn 1500 directed to write to Mr. Owens and ber of votes cast for Trustee In Oistrlct ,
fraction left over after dividing v. l534-W. H. 'V.lk..r. clerk .1.- Mra. Bebee. and ask that each preparea No. 1. were declared elected :
the 18th ofSeptember
the. whole number of population of th> Ella F. tilbb. ... J.._a II. albas. will Issue thereon D. 1116.on day lion S. S. D 4 ______n_ I 00 map showing the location of the Trustees of said district for the next ',- e
county, by the number ten thousand Itrfrmimmt Witness: : mAy hand and official seal atKtsitmtnee. 1636-B. F. Walker I ir.p elec. I homes of the children to be hauled two years and a maximum levy of
Provided. that each county shall haveat ihls the 17th day of Au- and milaga S. S. I). 4 _: 1 001586Alex and the route and 'the distance each three mills having received a majorlt'of : -f
least one Representative and thai It appearing by affidavit appended to ,! .. Thompson. Inep. u proposed to travel and submit same to the votea east In said district three
have more than three the hill nle<1 In the above-stated cause a.-" HOV.J.. L. OVRR3TREKT.: ..le. H. S. l> f -_ 011 the Board at Its next meeting.A mil.. was declared to be the maximum ::
R..pr..lI..nfallv.a In the House of Hi'p hat Ella F Olbbs and John H rilhhs Clerk Circuit Court Osceola. County, 15S7-W, Underbill. Insp elec.tlon petition from the trustees of Suh- levy for each. of the next two '
entatlves.... The members of tnt' the defrn'dants therein named. State of Florida. S, I). 4 --- 2 otvot..r. School District No.4 lIaklnl that J. H. ea. 4,.
House of Representatives snail lie are nonresidents of the state of Florida (Circuit Court Seal.) l5-6t 16S8-C. W. /jI lilt qualified Carter be allowed $ per month to Walker 11'.. W. W. Chandler
elected; for a term of two year and I and are residents of Uv II J.1,.. Montgomery S. 8. l). 4 6 00 haul his children to the (Ireely school and J. K Ind..rhll having received tho
the members of the Senate shall belected < county. IJeorKla. over the age 1530-C. W. Hit qualified was presented the hoard. After dueconsideration highest votes cast for trustee .
for a term' of four yearn. except of I twentv-one years: It l Is therefore NOTICK OF A1>K. voters S 8. 1>. 6 n n 6 00 of.the matter the Hoard In District No.4. were declared -*
as hereinafter provided The e'1"!- ordered that said nonresident d'eferul- 1540-J. A. B.rl.R ..nP.ec.! decided not to grant the request. elected Trustees of said district for
tlon for members for each branch shall ants be and hereby required to I. Clrralt 4'..rt for the Hrvrnth Jndlr1.1 tion. 6 __un __ The Board made the following appointments. the next two years. and a maxmum "
be at the same. time and pln<-e.. The pear to the A'-I: l of complaint ( dAr Itrrmlt n1 Ike State of Florida 1541-David Bass Insp. election 210 Miss KfTle Baa,' teacherof levy of thrte mill. haylna received a .
term of office of Senators elected In aid cause on or before Mondav. the is sad for 4)ee.ls C..ty. H H D. 6 ---- School No. 10. Hnfisvllle( : Minn Helen majority of the vot... oaat In said district s
t..8 ahall expire on the first Monrtn\ 2nd dAY of ....Ioh..,. A I). 191 6. otherwise 'I .. ('base.ry.H. IU-8. Palrtln, Insp. election I Jones. teacher of School No 12. J' arnossce. three mills was declared to be
In April. 1919. The term of office of the allegations of snld bill( will S 1). 6 -- ---' 00 Mine Leslie Hays anslstantKchool the maximum tax levy for each of (hi
Senators elected In 1911 from the following lIe taken an confeHseil by said ,I..fe"d.Anlll. . Hrmm A !II.. ('.-.r. 1541-J. R. Sharpe. i--and ,;: No. It. naimenger: J. B. Williams next two years.U .
counties. to-wlt: rc.camhla.Cladaden. a Fiends (t'.rr.tl.l .. turing ballot ..".. 4 teacher of School No.6. White B. Partln. H. M. Partln and W.
Jackeon. Leon. Madlnon. La- It'ls further ordered that this order GeaiiplalBaat. 1544-A. J. Nystrom & sup. >,Leaf Bav: Mrs. J R Flarart. janitor of Miller having hlnhestnumber .
fayette. Columbia. Nassau nu- be publlnhed once a week for four con- va. Sch. f* *6. 8. soi. 6.- 184 1 f School No. K. St. Cloud at a salarof of votes VefohTu: In '
val. Marlon..IO'iiu .. Jefferson. bee. necutlve weeks In the Klsslmmea Valley ... r. Ledheiler, sad F.-.. F. 1545-N. F. Bass on ." / 27 per month District No. 6. .. electenTrustees '
Monroe Putnam Voluala. Hamilton,Alachua. Oacette a newspaper published In Lvdheer, sod ...-wl. O'Rryaa Schools 16 and 41 105 OO The returns. of the election held In of said next
Brnward. Liberty. HernandoPlnellaa. said county and etatei. f..rtr dol.K -.al I.esia' t". 164<-N F. Baas bidE clQsets Special Tax School District Nos. 1 4 I two vesrs. and a mlrlmum levy of one
Rrevard. Palm Beach and This 22nd day of tllltuat 1918.J. O.e*.ls ........ ... F-raH-re School 7 17 11 .nd 5. on the 6th day of July. A. D. mil having" received a majority of the .
Levy shall expire on the first MondA' IA OVI'HSTRI'Jo ('.__.r. 1647-Thornton M.rble labor 1916. for the purpose of determining .. cast In said dl.trlcl one mill w.
In Itll; all other' Senators to be Clerk Circuit Court. i School 1 --__ 18001 who shall serve as trustees of said districts I declared I to be t tax levy.
.. ..APrllt in the year 11 their terms of (Circuit I Court Seal.) FORECLOSURE OF" MORTGAGE. IUS-E. W. Bond Co.. lumber for the two years next after for each of'the next two years. I
office shall expire on the first MondayIn O'Bryan Pledger To All Whom It May Concern School 28. S. R. D. 4 __. I 1. el"ta. and to fix the number of mills I I: There being no further bualneas. the '
April. 1..,. All members of the Solicitors for Complainant. S4t Notice Is hereby given that the Undersigned I 1649-4.-I .er. labor Sch. ., tax to be levied and collected Board adjourned until the next re.u-
flouts nt U-ame>.Ai&n tat t Ivnal mtfttn 141 aa Special Master In Chancery fhn. LI. -----_--- 1 4) annually for the said two lar 4 191t.
the-general 'election In'111.-their-term appointed In this case will offer ,660-J. Pt. .... Uhor.- having been received the m..Unl..P' BASS Chairman.

of office shall expire on the first Monday NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. for sale and sell the. property de.crlb- U. . D. 4 __nnnU 600 motion dulv seconded .... y..ar.1 Attet Co. Supt. ,
In April. .*11. and thereafter the ed o.t public auction upon the premises I UU-W. ;1. Thomas labor Sch I canvass said returns and found YOWEL
term the Department ef of office of all members of + + + + + + + + 4' + + .
4 4'
House of Representatives shall commence Office at O.lme-Ttlle, Fla. A... 11-00: a m. on the Rule day In Octo. : A. W.n.pp... r"-bifor..the S e4al Tax S.a_l Dlatrtrt N.. 8. 1 .
on the first Tuesday after thelirst I.. ISIS.Bernl ber. A. D. lU6. via: the Ind of board and offered to buy the lot and For E. Willis DO YOU KNOW THAT. .
received
1 16. The sale will be I of School Mo. 10 for $ Tru.teR
n.
succeedingthe A. old building
In O"tober'j .
Monday 14
Aprilnext Ills : received 9 votes: > :
for would
election. At the general election "' N.. 011807. the highest bidder cash provided the board accept
In 110 and thereafter all Senators to plainant may be a bidder and note for six months with Interest per Tumhlln A. E. Baas received received 1 vote 11 :votes O. R.: J.B.B. One million two blndr thou- *. .
Is hereby given that JohnHelmb..rJP credited the amount of Its bid with I at ten cert In payment for
be elected shall be elected for a term Notice on annum per received I vote Julian Mo'ntadoca Americans ,
: received year
.
of Loughman Florida who amount due to the complainant under The board decided to acceptthe .lan
of four years, the term to' begin on the ; the Thepremises aame to 4 votes: '[.* i.. Fertlc received 1votea ? +
W first after the first Monday In on December U. 191*. made. Homestead the final decree In this case. offer and directed Its alorney Fortax < eltmat
Tuesday' for WV4 of NBH. BM mentioned Is the place wherethe draw up a .leed said pro levy, three mil. received and *'
except tYst.1
April of I 15
the following votes.ptel Har dipneumoi
year fln'lNNt: :fN r
Is located and where the In the
created theLegislature \ of REM Sec 11fownshln saw mill deposit cain note 30
that when new county Is I\o Tax *eael IM.trlet v
a 4.
fix the 14 B.. Range II E.. Tallahassee property described was used, said ili-ed released on pay (tubrloia cue moR thn
shall at that time Ba.nk tl
Senatorto Meridian has filed notice of Intention premises being In Osceola county.Florida not. hy Mann. For Trustee-i. H. Walker. Br. received per .? .
length of the term of the first : : and known the OsceolaLumber the of 10 votes; W. W. Chandler received *
four to make Three-year Proof to as V pelitlon I patrons Sickness lowers earning capacity '
be elected therefrom at two or :
de- Furniture Company Mill Kfssfmmee. eo 16 votes; J. & jjnderhlll received -
establish claim to the land above and 8c' ool Nv *
of .or'W..t ?
years, with the end In view keep- sold. Is .. .. the Board.aak. IS votes: James Durrance received '
to be
In ..,rlh..,<1. before. the Clerk Circuit Court site. The property was tc
abalance
the old Senators ,01"1
lflf number of : at Klsslmmee. Florida on the 5th day follows: another prncpal be appointed f votes. For Tax l vy-Three. mill The U. S. Public Health Service 4' ,' ,
with the number of the new. of October Ills. One complete saw mill with steamfeed for the ..n..uln.101 year. After reo.lve 17 votes; two mills received ; Is' the first line *' .'
Section 1 of Article VII of the Con- 56 H. P. engine one 40 M-: P. the Board ; one mill received 1 no nto' o
atltutlon Is amended so .. to Claimant names as witnesses.James : I one 'duly rlnlI hereby this received I vete. y
J. Whldden of Louhman"fie'dom portable boiler one Tower three saw no year \\1.
read" as follows: I edger one complete filer ,and stows sig I d..1de'o m. to put In *.District ".B. Dl is the nation's ;* o
'
Tbr.ulr.lon of the 1A1I1.la- r: g ,
S. Tols.?. of Lou-hman. Flor- saw lathe mllL one mammoth Chattanooga science 111 the .C -L. received ? + ., '
Q.tur. that shall meet In lilT shall In apportion the- Ida. lathe bolter three Umber carts CountyHl b School and K :: .. ) . N. Iarln.o: : W. Sunlight and not "

,'t'House the representation In this l jackH.. Pryor. of Loushman Flor- and one Amerl.,." shingle mill. Chairman W. C. Baas. B.. M. B vans : Mllar ..rU.. 10 votes; J. Berkley altto. '. ,
of A
Representatives as This property so far as the same C. K. Towell a committee to pro..e received H. .silks and satins b. a, .
article provided, which apportionment : 'dWllllam J. Oarrett. of Loughman now exists and remain as the rnort- teacher and the n- ceived S : =I:
taken rot.b'L
shall last : bbl.
be ba.edupon the census the JI'lorld. ged premises will bo sold mm aforeThls for the eovrsw mltte., 1 vote: I : favor Ugh disease *. ,
the State of Florida or by wages ,
bv ROBERT DAVIS. directed to have a extra room H. O. Lw
W. **! 4 votes: J. '
t'U ...( States, whichever Is the last 14-gt- Re-leter. the 14th day ef August. A. D. bilt on the old church bulldrnsr for Sharpe Prtin r..l.e ; W. D. Simmons rtl' ,, ra
of the _
t. _
In the several counties accommodation of the B divisionof C. fly lays + '
. 1914. the received-vote; B. Robinson average
8tt:. Shall meet every fcm. a
and those that
O. JP. KRIBBS. the- third a-rade. and to have 1 For Tax Levy -One "
JlOTICID FOR BID* otbe of at '
a
.p ten years thereafter shall .pportlOftf As Special Master,|ft Chancery IB' nscssssrr repairs mad mill ol :throe mills 12 ,,
votes re.eelvedl '
,' the. representation In the Notice Is hereby. given" that the this Cause. T-4t Application frost John Owen and : ; ; ..,. .... .._ .,...,. -:
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sT Representatives In the manner ltraesiort t. h'--
'_' *? Council will meet on S.pL ilb at TM: the contract T- said district .le. : ,"

,) ,i article be provided baaed ,upon which- the apportionmenti last census p. m.. to receive bids for wood contract Som. folks'must have a ctaMndoag .\'tM"Plt:1 toSchool-fcoard.Ho. 'The* tions wereaoeordln.. to law Poor folks *'Jivet oa bread' 1i '.
of for Light Water Plants. Bald contract tabs them to k were said returas Bled In the office of-thr e1 "
It long in *
enumeration taken by the Btate mind. ao Mrs. Bebeo haml and breaks
i wWch running for one ,.ear.l'utlea Boar- eat, ", and declare-' btr. I w tb ,
aver'Iorld.Is,'-tbs or,by_last the.t&II.United.. next! States.before, tbs bidding must ,tate price per it u,. the tupils 1..tl the next r.r .meet- _'Suprl.t.n.- elero. to be .J 1-. -, _ ._,_r -' .il 'b 'i

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"ACII THE CISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE
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i + Our buyer recently ,returned from ,New: York. where he purchased the entire_line: ojf


Pumps manufactured for a Northern retailer who failed to fulfil .his contr lct. We are now .offering these Pumps:'


at less than the real wholesale cost. These are real up-to-date goods manufactured for this season's* Q$2 "


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:NEWS. : [ OF COMPANY B. < i| TO RAISE VEAL CALVES: for them. Most of them are con- I' is needed for them. "vt, ;,

v <> < -> < c- < : (O-> v sumed as fresh meat, nnd u packinghouse "!':he'i -'. ;,' JiiFiH.. girl, I M'
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l $ Society Notes $1 |I One Osceola cqunty cattleman proposes is .lot necer.mry .to provide ii'' "That J.n
/ to tak time bv the dewlap and market. .The expen: of producing: >
Bln.Point :M. she is lo ask
Camp, Aug. 31. "Yes th. i lady
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iai.se veal calves. 11.? ban fcur.d that them in Florida should be low because '.. . '
:i Tiller of Kissimmee, was a visitor the obtain about head for little-shelter if'
| can $15 a neces4ryfor
Belle Harris Editor Company H Saturday nnd Sunday. very the to buy something : .
Matti ) now or u-: i.ionr'.v
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feeder I steers at two to three mothers in winter and
pasture'can : :
years (
: t'l :Misses Ruth Frazipr and Klorris for the h'.mein. 'c.- ,:
old He has learned also i important
Bennett, of Orlando, were visitors ((0 n more be hut! the year Krourd The I "Andhe took the furniture" ,.

Request i i. made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send items I j Company Three U..Juxt recruits( Saturday. to loin 'j,animals fact.for veal H.I when can sell they those are name five culvos arc\ dropped 1 in i prin" und mar- "NVjh:; tool lilt di. rnOl.d ring." f ..}|
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'l .of Society Events 'ta the Editor for publication in these colums.K Company B Monday. They came; ore Roy I to six months old for $10 0 hcnd. lie :' =' 'f
.. 5 ; i has decided that it is more profitableto -
[O'Berry! of Kissimmee; Walter Tracyio.f :
. . . . . . . . sell them for veal than for ..fced-I
P _ _ _ _ . .LA. ... _A-O.-LA. I St. Cloud nnd "Tommie, a nameless .,
r.c I II I V . . . - -T"'oo'T. --. of Ocal. ers.I : .
man
TALENT:' TEA.- ''pleased the assembled toddlers no less Ed C. Roberts, Paul McKee, Roy I Under range conditions it may not : AnnouncementHaving
,tf, 1 than the toy favors which were then i Graves and Dewey Sumner were vis- < cost more to Juice a sU:. to two or :
three then it does to raise
The Talent Tea will be entertained I presented. ''itors in Kinsimmee the pant week. I years a
!. .. this afternoon at the home of Mrs. I Those who were Master Living- Roland Burze who was sent cut on [ calf to half a year old, but in that assumed the management of the Palace f
extra I
Clark who will be assisted in ston's follow]) Carolyn Griffin -I recruiting expedition, is year or0 required to make
M. A. i guests : a sending '
!'a steer, several calves bo rnised. Drug Store I wish to friend. and those
and : can announce to-my
entertaining by Mrs. C. E. Swope i: Jackaotta Aultman, Alma Naugle, "rookies" in daily. We will soon
Mrs. A. Cotterman. Shirley VansAgnew, Robert Evans; have a "peace strength". company although -| By weaning be bred the: calf early the mother who have been patrons of the store in the past that we
1'' 'r Jr., Bloxham Crawford: Jr., Ann at one time it was cut down can to produce another calf I
within a If she is obliged to will continue to Modern Drug Store w
MRS. HARPER ENTERTAINS. 1 Elizabeth Carson, Frances Mcy, June to forty-one. j year. operate a on a .
suckle the calf until it of itsI .
Parker of Arcadia, De Rheta: Alderman Company II of Tampa gave a minstrel quits STRICTLY CASH BASIS. /
a Mrs. Claude Harper will entertain Virginia Barber and Marian l Wednesday night. The proceeds I own accord the next calf will be correspondingly ,:

a number of friends this afternoon I Carson. are to "go to the regiment. Avery ]' delayed. Under ordinary The Prescription business will be handled by Mr. :
conditions about G.O cent of the !
'+ from 6 to 7 o'clock with a miscellaneous nice sum was realized. per '
SEWING CIRCLE. I cows produce calves every year. By W. T. Goodyear, a man of experience in this line of.
shower for Miss Alma Griffin General court was in session the 'I i
whose marriage to Mr. Stanley. Bullock first part of the week. Quite a num- selling the calves\ at six months at We will appreciate the continuance of your patronage
I least 90 of the
cent will
r will be an event of the present The Daughters of Wesley Sewing ber of cases were tried. Ralph Turner par COW and solicit that of
in Kissimmee. !
calve each The calves family
,,. .' month. Circle were charmingly entertained of Company B, was. official stenlographcr. year. morn a every .,
* Tuesday afternoon by !Miss Gladys Taking testimony is cow produces the greater the dividends I
I Caslet1 at her home on Bermuda :! rhe pays and the smaller is the 1
i. t MISS REYNOLDS HOSTESS. nue. ave- I I' better."Bill"Ralph's. hobby and nothing suits him debt of maintenance that each calf Palace Drug Store

I entertained Dainty needle work occupied the must pay. Furthermore risk it. eliminated k
'Miss Reynolds Wheeler, the
: Josephine mess sergeant,
I I by selling tho.. calves and OTIS STEVE!' Manager
j attention of the dan infor- early,
:' the Daughters of Wesley lastTuesday guests an was, given a discharge this week. Sergeant ; -
t the chances tf loss death leaf If
I mal .musical was enjoyed. by till' :
; afternoon at the Graystone I program I Clark was appointed temporarily. 1; .
i Hotel.! As it was Mrs. Pfann's birthday I Refreshments of ice .cream nabiscos soiled.According I .
and cake served to the following to C. L. WillougH v, proresfcor ,
I each member of the class prevented were Mosijiiito' bars were issued last .
I'',I "; her with a little present. Thejruests I /guests: Misses Helen Bass, Net; I wppk. The boys were greatly iclieveil of aimnl husbandry in the ]1University I' ,
.; tie Newton Gertrude; McCarson and of Floiida i Cillrp! :" of Ag-
; C'' spent a pleasant aftrnoon sew- I because the mosquitoes webs be-
A her guest, Thelma Snyder, of Ashiv ( Hculture, the field for veal calf production j
>ng arm in social conversation. ginning bo ()utk- n TK-st.
'' vine, :N.' C., Gertrude (Casler Mrs. J. I in Florida ha: beo.-i: neglected.
served
laity ice course was R. H. I.udlam, who has been with 1
f':tl: ,"d Those present were Mrs Pfann. L. Overstreet and Mrs. H. M. Pfann, the Second Regiment band as a hired i,i Mothers S NWW who spend W the W night? with ji j A SWEET HEART
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j ;1: i/w' :Mrs. Overstreet, :Mrs. Reynold.Miss: who are teachers of the class. "layer, has resigned, returning to a sick baby appreciate the help thoyI. :j
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:R :iu ; es Helen Bass Mildred 1 I/'e. :MnttieBelle As ninny of the members of the Kissimrnee.Lawrenre. :[ get from ( BABY ELIXIR;
; Harris, Nettie Newton and 1.;-t r- class will enter school at an early Griffin was given a diqrharee '' especially) in hot weather. It quiet-
I, date the meetings of the Circle will ,
I trude McCarson. Monday on account of goingto fever und irritation <-oothes the -.tom-
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be discontinued.BULLOCKGRIFFIN.. '
X school.\ .
ach, checks the bowels and bol hmot.her
MISS LtlPFER ENTERTAINS. I C C I The drilling has been, cut down considerably and child to obtain helps sleep and IS NO GOOD ,,4
Two hours each day lin- I i
rest. Price 2f and SOc l ottle.
>c per ii'
Miss Lucy Lupfer entertained a I |
been cut off. Saturday is inspectiondav
friends,. evennviin I Invitations were issued this week Pold l hv Osceola Pharmacy.The .
number of Saturday '
i i'intend of HlInda '. :
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honor of Miss Muriel )Dawes, whose to the wedding of Miss Alma Griffin Paul McKee brought his motorcv-I Withstand of
the Heat
r ; ffteenth\ birthday occurred on That and !Mr. Stanley Bullock, which: will i'le UP to "double time" on becauseI'aul I j Summer Strong:Better Than the Weak WITHOUT SWEET LIPS :1
date. u I occur nt the Methodist church on the
r The time in contests and : isn't very fond of drilling. )j Old people who are feeble, and younger
was spent 1xr I! people who are weak will be strengthened
and delicious ice crenin I When the bowels feel uncomfortaMe ,
merry games a -
and enabled to through the depressing ,
course and candy were served by the I in-vitations I | and you miss the exhilcratinn/ .! heat of summer go by taking regularlyGrove's !
hostess, assisted by Mrs. Sam Lupfer. feeling that always follows a coiions
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The honoree received a number oft I at the marriage of their daughter. | morning operation, a.- dose of HERB-1] and enriches Tasteless the Chill blood Tonic.and It build purifies! up ,, 12 1-2 Ibs Granulated Sugar $1.00

pretty and useful presents from the Almatt T lINE I will set you right in a couple of | the whole system. SOc.XITK ,
guests. I > I hours. If taken at bedtime vou get I

1 At the party were: Helen and Mr. Henry Robert Stanley Bullock I its beneficial effect after breakfast K OK M..I.K.la I 6 Ibs Granulated Sugar .50
Irene Reed Lenore VanDuzer, Dorothy Wednesday evening, September I next day. Price 60c. Sold by Osce .
S Wells, Lillian Harris Elberta thirteenth ola Pharmacy 1'Ireult1'ourt fur the *rvn.h .h'dle-j ti
lal Clrc-uK .I the slate of "' n
t O'Berry Margaret Kenton, Kathryne nineteen hundred and sixteenat 3tt
In and *'nr Onrrola Connlj. .25
'Tilter/ Velma Hudson, Frances Kritz, eight o'clock I PRESBYTERIAN. CHURCH. -I. (.10..7. I
Johnnie' Brongon/ Muriel Dawes, First Methodist Church Labor Sunday.

i Jjucy'Lupfer' and Sarah Clark.. Kissimmee, Florida. The coming Sundry hag been get lirariflm.J. 1>. *T....*XmfrrlitKrr. ....., bar aid bu.. Sugar Cured Hams pound ,; .20Morris'
s r ,,*s Miss Griffin Jlh.> an accomplished npart by the Presbyterian Church as baud, ('o..plal.t.. per ;" .
CLUB. and Is in i'I ... t t. I
PRISCILLA popular 11I) .
young-woman "Labor and appropriate ' '\'Ii '
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slat church and musical circles. Mr. j services will be rendered by the ..tI.*. Ite.pondent.. Smoked Bacon .ZO--
j Mrs. R. S. Floyd was a pleasing! Bullock is the son of Mr. and Mrs.S. Church here Sunday morning at 11 < )M(10 '1.lisuitE: of M< >FIT">A O K. ;
hostess Saturday afternoon entertaining H. Bullock\ and holds a responsible ,o'clock.

the Priscilla'Club at her pret- position with the Citizens' Bank He The Gcnrnl Assembly cf tl.e Presbyterian To Nodes;AH: Whom IK h.'icln':, It May glt.-n.C'imo., that rn thi, > un- I 3 glasses Pure Fruit Jelly .25 t!

ty home in North Kit sinin ?e. I is a starling: young man and the Chinch established a few d.o slgrmd HH H-rlil| least r In "h..n.1| }
The hours were spent with fancy friends of the couple i .rt In 'hiH nusM' ntidt-r ,url l \\iv \ 11 r ini .
I many :young rears ago what was doyignntcd the .r .. .. .
Ilit Riot
.'} work and social conversation. I join the Valley Gazette in extending "Department of Church; nnd Li'.bor". i I ii.. .25(1 i-rof r tugusi!"t..1 I A.h.I.I, 1418 onulll Lookout Mountain Loaf Cake .10
Misses Nina Bratton, Myrtle Col- congratulations.. ')r. Charles Stel'/.l'- v.us, placed :;t the Tin, hlhahlli'. ii hat :In, t"" ;'h!-r. 1< s Her and Myrtle Barber assisted the ,nnini-lv" th' 2ml' iln\ head of this <1 apart me it which wis .,-j \ ,I
I lwfn It-Wai IIMUI-W nf sat.In| bout
hostess in serving refreshments: at operated "under the nuspicei of the i th'- (-inirt' HotlH, liMir, iHKlmtni < IMrt'olil 25c Peanut Butter '
wafers. : :; : : :: .19.
iced grape juice and Hoard of Home Misslon.s.: 1 < iMjiitI'loiitln.. .' sease for ssland -I .
Those present were: Mrs. J. D. I ADDITIONAL LOCALS \ I awakened! much in- I M..ll for rush 111 lh, hlghst. l.l.l.l.MIII I II. '. .
This movement ;
n Mrs. H. If I ** foIi\\liiu ,10 1 Ki-rlln I proprrts I..ut-I
Jeffords, Mrs. Tom Woodall ] teroKt. and the Federation of the : I.'4 I /111 N. Bratton, Mrs. John Spreng, :Mrs. 1 churches of Christ in America, which 113. 114 anil I llfi ,wars'n.g. lo Hi. I'ln' .
R. II. Ludlain, ''at> of the Second , ., .
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E. F. Collins, Mrs. S. S. Phillips, Mrs. nf I'indJ." ): an Khitwn \ '
J. L. Overstrect. Mrs. J. J. Woodall Regiment Band, has return d! to Kis- federation is composed of more than, ;of r K-ilil pl.it "f'I": : !r. of the: I, 11 Ibs '
1 simmce, haviiig obtm l Isis' discharge thirty of the 1 acling! dpnominationIhas I'l.'ik of the us.-.oln Acme Bread Flour .50
+ Mrs. O. E. Mrs. J. L. Beaman . 1.i
Young, taken the matter up urd Dr. Stel-ly.le ('ouutn. I'Mifrltlit th.' HitiiM' \liilnv a HulilflHli > I :

Mrs. R. S. Floyd, Mrs. E. E. Barber Wells vice. from the National Guard! ser- i is now representative of the v/hole, South,:n ILwt of: Si-ctton, 24 I isst: 2i.! of To\\nHlilp.1'nllsh.ss:. : .,2T.e> I GOOD AS THE BEST. '.

1 Misses Nina Bratton, Myrtle federation to the Labor organization !11..9ldlun Tincum pla InnnlK mav I i.,'.. ..
add Myrtle Collier Check a cough or cold in tie, lungs of the United States. 1 I I.Kl.l.",IH ;sl( M.il.l hiil h- nnil will li, IIfl.] .\\ \ '
aJ The next meeting of the club will before it develops a serious CAse. Il j All concerned in the ;Interest of i-il. <-iii11t oti Ihi-lr bid ti> tinamuiltit 3 bottles Rex Tomato Ketchup .25
till tlii-ni unilt-r the said Klnal' 1 l('-'T'''* 'J.IF 'J.
i be at the home of Mrs. Robrtjlovernn BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP '' l>or, and who are otherwise: free In-I Thin 111.loth d., of AutiUFt. A. J'.
Mabettc street. is effective remedy for all J916
y, an sore- ,do BO, are cordially invited to
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M .WESTMINSTER CLASS. ness or conflation in th-- II--.IRS: or air :these services which will bo conducted An :Speilnl: ;jlnst.-.r In """ .rPli'M \ IT'S NOT GOOD RFTURN IT ,.it
o Price 2'5e, 50c rnd 1.00' I ..
passages. ( I by the pastor of the church. l "u. 37.4t .
' bottle. Sold by Osc"ola Pharmacy. -
I I Class of the Presbyterian per -- -- 1
The Westminster -- 1I TO -=. : - ;
u Sunday School held their I ,
t' regular business and social meetingun ] Lawrence Gr'fTii' son of :Mr. and Lj

the lawn at the church, Thursday i, Mrs. C. W. Griffin; returned home
f e afternoon. this week, having b"_n granted a ilk Fashion i Taylor's Cash Grocery

;, The first part of the afternoon wns I from tre SecodBanc Regiment .

in rolling bandages for the R-M now in camp with the state .
spent
s1 Cross Society, of which they expert troops lit Black Point Damp He will I ) and Fancy 1 PHONE 250 l
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7, noon to become members. After a .enter school at Chick Springs S. c., I II < '" \1- j'

very busy hour the you'Ig ladies enjoyed I I, next month. |I .. : both demand the I,,
most dlightful' picnicsup I I I I -.J. '" t 1 (, r
a Do it Friday or Saturday, 8l'pt.emI \ \ and ('H'0 0 t 0 O0> {:'< ppA .
] per1. In the evening they attended the her 1st. and 2nd. With every purchaseof \ ", sports dress ri'rrri:?"r:->-::4rr !+fiQSb .. Y

; f'. moving- picture show. $1.00 or more or settlement of account \ -f:; :: the cool loveliness t l 'T
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n The members present were: Miss.'s I I i of $1.00 or more on the above V II ( -
Marion Porter, Amy Makinson. Lucy dates we will give a standard thermometer ) -of the afternooncostume. ..s a trr I Classified Advertisements i I '
and Etta Witherspoon, Jean Thomas, !'. )
and barometer of $1.00 val- / /. \ Nowhere
Elinor Kenton, "hI- \
Bessie Peak Lola and ue until present stock is exhausted.

ij; Jessie Padgett Gertrude Steinbach, -fCole Jewelry Co. fI'/r I \\ \ ire such models so 4 d! OOOOOO'OOO'6oooooooe. . . 6.J'a-AA". ,,-" ,-.,, , _ _ _ ...
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't 3 Donegan, Harriotte Seymour, Hazel I Mrs. J. K. Hilliard, who has spent t I.d / I ably shown as in P 0I FOR RENT-Six room modern cpt FOR SALE=;; : five t t

Naugle; Mrs. Holmes rather, :Mrs.!! I the. past two weeks in Orlando, leaves 1.. r I I li//' the t. a i'a tage, close in; $12 per month. E. : owner room
I bungalow
Kenneth Butler and Mrs. W. J. Fripp. tomorrow morning for her home on I. \ I I \ heart of town, three \ ,;.
-, C v Milliard's Island, near Kissimmee.Mrs. I Summer E. Wells, Real Estate and Iniur- hundred feet from school houce and .; +

? MASTER LIVINGSTON ENTER- / Milliard came to the city for ;//Ii i' ance. 104 Posslel Ave. (The Inn). : new postoffico -ite. If interested :t'.
'ie TAINS. medical treatment and her friendS'
s
t. t -- will be pleased to learn that her con- I let me hear from you. A. E. Ford t

Master Gay Cushing Livingston, dition is much'improved.OrlandoReporterStar I \\1 McCall Q STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE- I J6.Uroadw.-y, Kissimmee, Fla. 36-2t ;

h Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Liv- I 1 1I II.. Strong, intelligent, gentle, excellent DWELLINGS for I
:a > celebrated his second birthday : condition. Money refunded if I rent, apply to Ml
t jngston Yellow comp.cxion, pij.iplra and \ t i+t e no . Tiller. i- *
I last Wednesday afternoon by en- disfiguring bljmisl c& on tie face
S iertaining a number of his little body can be (gotten rid of by do..turIng jI \ I 600 MILES beet hog and cow i
jfriands. The affair was unique in range.
the liver, which is orpid. HER- .
.: that not one of the guests was over BINE is a successful liv..r'correctant. i "CCt L FOR EXCHANOT A $300 piano /"1'a I A 300 acre farm for sal a in range, t

'- three years: of age and ranged from It purifies the system, rtimulatcs the Fashions. Ford car or horse and buggy.G. .- 4000. Dixie Ilighwny; railroad.

R f :.that age down to babes two months vital organs and puts the body in fine b G. Cromaitie. 35-3t pd Capt. T. Hall, Utopia, Fla. 86tf '
'DJd. vigorous condition. Pries 50 c. Sold a (NOW ON SALE), 0 : w ,
... ... The little ones enjoyed playing on by Osceola Pha'-nacy. :': ;
tliei lawn and a group photograph oftbe'party COSTUMtImd nowhere will a,42'I r.titra I.. 7l.7. .I5 Nb LOST-Wednesday morning betweenthe CACTUS-BURBANKS fruiting rnd
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-- SMART SPORTS NNpt at -fNhn Gazette office and forage varii'Ucs. Immense
taken as a souvenir ofr.asisted -A.pN the post- crop

:ii-"> was entertaining tchildren Wbaoevw You Take Need drove'Ottttral TMle asst..Mtam.....Ms M Ia...M r7a1 M-t2S3.".''It. mmt you find B many CwN. office, pair nose glasses in case. ready for cutting; reduced ratoafor.'II .
the out at homes With McCan Patterns a short tim-j-five years trowiii It ,
in carried ; '
hints which can be ea.lly Return to this office and
The Old Standard 0_'. Tasteleee receive here; it is the dairymanVjL
little
1 JfiU Dorothy Bullock.: Refresh- easily and at expenae.Y1SS1"Mt. : t't;
au.nUpL>) anil1a Ice cream in cones, chill Tome I. equally valuable .. a the smartest otylea calk Jet yours reward. friend. S. M. Somerville, (jf sal.! ..

., crackers were aerv- General Tonic because it contain the Springs, Fla. B4t.. >
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cake graham v ,
'i' : to ,well known took properticao/QUININB S. GILBERT FOR SALE-Missionary strawberry fA1
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and IRON. It acta on the U9 t. Drive I SALE-Miscionary I
strawberry
'e nd>-the littlo>ne. were Invited tothaHinina plants, $2.60 per thousand. W. E.George .
td. oat Malaria. Brricbe the Blood and FLORIDA plants( for sale. S. T. Pansier.) Box,;>
birthdayasks ,I
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