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 8, 1916
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00767
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Gazette being sent to persons 0)
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: HIGHWAY *** fruit esteof received Is in shown Florida from by, the are them.many bearing These letters **0)0 AUDIENCELargestPolitical TRUCKERS' ELECT NEWOFFICERS Compromise Measure Passed On .

copies paid for by the County ,
first After citizens
commissioneis from the publici- r FOR YEAR Reading

|: \Y.f.Cede, Road Commissio'ner, *v ty have fund proven assessed a big each advertising: year ** ]: : Gathering In Grounds to Be Located Half Voice Opinions .

: ,: Gives Figures SL Cloud- medium for Osceola. county. A I of Held Last Mile South Of Limits 8. T. FANSLER IS AGAIN NAMED
on recent letter rends as follows: History County city PRESIDENT WITH M.. D. ALEX.
"I desire to thank the DaJANJTlS *
Melbourne Thoroughfare missioncr who have caused the >> |'r Saturday Night Near Railroad It. D. FRANKFORD SECRETARY.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette to bo I TREASURER MORE STRAW. -
sent to me for the past few ...- -- BERRY ACREAGE PLEDGED. MiaJMM Rat .l Fifty Cent Per

MUCH HIGHER[ THAN BOND f fUND ** weeks me more There pleasure is nothing than to gives read ** j HE CHARGES VOTf CHANGING S. L LUPfm MADE PRESIDENT Officers for the ensuing year wereelected Month Fixed Wttli SKdiar Scale

about the many forward strides I : at the meeting the Klssim- Per h.u..d Callous aid
of Kissimmee unless it would be ;:; mee Produce Grower the local Discount: For Prompt
'Mi* Estimate for Said-Asphalt b the opportunity of going there Draw Comparison .of Second Choice Permanent Orfaaixatiea Elected ad of
$259,113.51 and for Bituminous again. \ Most truly *! Vote For Various Candidates and tae Names .f A. F. Bass, W. B. the city council truck( hall grower last Saturday., held in Payment, el Bins fKisslrame

Concrete $270,930.39 and MRS. ANNA D. L NGLOIS, O I Say Those Counted For Mr. .. Mal a..*] and Ernest Mack S. -T. Faniler was re-elected presi- *'* water-rate, meter and
He Recommends Latterto 0 306 Bennett Avenue, Chattanooga 4 Kaott Are Out of Pro- Added to the Board of dent and M. D. Alexander vice-pres deposit question was .
Tonn. 0)0 ident. R. D. Frankford was named effectively settled
Commissioner 4404444444440104 portion. Directors.With secretary and treasurer. at the meeting of the city council : .

.... .. ..r ..."I selection Directors were unanimously chosen Tuesd.y'nleht., when a .compromiseordinance ,** '
The St. Cloud-Melbourne highway Before what was estimated by the of a site and
'I cannot be built with the proceeds of those who know as the largest political Permanent organization the bojrd of was introduced'aDd.- passedon
ST. '
CLOUD VOTES 'BIG : gathering ever held ii Osceola directors of the Osceola County Fair-; its first reading It will come up
the $150,000 bond issue voted when county, Sidney J. Catts Democratic Association at a meeting; held Tuesday -I for final passage at the next metI -
Special Road and Bridge District .No. ISSUE TUESDAYWONDER ,candidate for 'Governor, addressed night in the office of' C. A, Carr, I ing.'y'
1 was created. 'the voters hero l bet Sr.turday night son, began'active. work toward' the'holding. ,of various products was not yeti When the'council: weir called to' r., "
This fact is apparent from the bids from the band stand on Broadway. of the first annual fair dur- ready j i tc.. report and was continued der the hall was crowded with in
from throat infer the winter.
received recently by the county commissioners Suffering a affection coming ''until the next meeting which will !be terested citizens. The fact: that a C,
CITY due of The site
FAVORS $115,000 to his strenuous campaign selected is ono of the two held I +
: and by the further report ISSUE BY A VOTE OF 210 TO 34 three or more speeches daily, he plainly sites, offered by Col. Harry Hunter ,l I W. on J. Fripp Saturday was, September appointed a 16.committee to answer measure the had been prepared ,

()f William F. Cocke State Highway FOR TilE PURPOSE OF BUILD- showed the strain under which he and L. A. Hamilton, two of ISiaelmmee'e ; of one to revise the by-laws'- against the one introduced at arguments the last "',
Commissioner which read ING WATER PLANT AND ES-' was laboring.Mr. winter visitors and patron of the session r''
'. was at themeeting organization and submit them was not generally known and
of the board of county commissioners TAULISHING MODERN SEWER- Catts arrived in Kissimmee saints. The two sites presented by to the organization for action. the large crowd of citizen and taxpayers :- i
on Monday.Mr. AGE SY TEM. about noon Saturday, having obtained them were the only two tangible ones Pi evident Fansler reported that was given
the services, of Judgo I.' A. Stewart owing to the terms which opportunity to
upon they

Cocke several voice its
was requested to come person have pledged strawberry sentiments before the
here and over the proposed road St. Cloud, often: called the "Wonder to speak for him at Trilby at 10a. were offered The grounds will be r-creage slice the last meLting ordinance was Intrcdu od. new.
City," has again proved her right to m. on Saturday by reason of the located alongside the Atlantic Coast
of the
and render an opinion on the matter, association. The last report Major T. M. Murphy, S. B. Ault-
after a committee from St. Cloud had that title, for on Tuesday of this fact: that he would have been unable Line tracks about half a mile south of showed 22% acres( pledged. Thtsp man. Prof. R. M. Evans J. MePhat-
suggested such action. His report week the good people there voted 210 '''to reach Kissimmte from Trilby in the southern city: limits. This lite, who have since I l-een added to tl.o l l.t: terj Otto Plots, J. W. Lilly and other'
to 34 la I favor of a bond issue of time to make his speech !Ivire.Having consisting of forty was
acres accepted .
indicates that ho is not satisfied with I !Jo" ': Karl Schmidt one acre; filly: addressed the council: on various feat-
san4 asphalt as a paving material $115,000 for waterworks and sewers. I the afternoon on his hands in preference the other of sim-\ Fine, half acre; L. P. Stevens nnacre I ures of the water question, all of
At the same time the voters approved Mr. Catts motored to St. Cloud, accompanied lIar size immediately adjoining the I
; And will not recommend it until it anus S. T. Fansler incr ti4d: them voicing opposition the ordinance '
the granting of franchise to Messrs. Lewis city limits because of the fact that
a by it
has been further .tested as to dura O'Bryan one and a half acres to tw anda which-Hras introduced at the
bility.His. the Central Florida Interurban Rail- I and Milton Pledger his local attorneys Sa on higher ground and will not require half acres. This is an addition of previous meeting of the council the
r' report made to the board way Company. where, in a few minutes there any Ailing in. three and a half acres: and makes a high rate of deposit required ani the
speaks of District S, but refers however was a large crowd gathered in front The proposition made by Messrs. total pledged acreage of twenty-six minimum charge being the main
to Special Road and Bridge District I of the pos toff ice. Judge S. D. Decker Hunter ana Hamilton put a purchase and a quarter acres. point of attack.
No. I, the boundaries of which PLANS READY FOR was chosen chairman. He intro price upon the site selected of $3,000( ) When all of these gentlemen had
are identical with those of County duced Attorney Milton PI. dger who while the other site called for'an expenditure addressed the council: the new ordinance
Commissioners' District No. 3. The made a short speech and was followed of $5,000. The terms on DEPUTY REGISTRATION wa brought forward.
report reads as follows: SCHOOL OPENING. { by M'r. Catts, who talk .J about the site purchased make the deal one it did not meet the objection of all
22 forty-five minutes: to tho assembly, which will enable tho fair associationto :: those
Tallahassee, Fla., Aug. 16. present it was generally .
-- I being often interrupted by cheers. use most of its capital in erecting ac
The Honorable Chairman and Boardof : I OFFICERS IN COUNTYDeputy ceptable. Two change were made in
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County Commissioners of Osce- Everything is in readiness for the Upon returning to Kissimmoo he raiding and financing its first fair. the measure after its introduction- i
ola County Kissimmee Fla. 'I opening of the city schools of was introduc.d by the Ho-. Lewis Only $300 will be paid down on the One section wa eliminated : 1
mee O'Bryan, in ono of thk: finest short purchase price. The balance is to be entirely.
Gentlemen: In compliance with on Monday, September officers. the This section read a* follow i
I, Parents asked Kill8im-j I speeches ever heard herein bonds drawing six cent: interest registration ,
to take per
your request of July 24, this Depart- are various :: county have "Section 3. No property owner ,(
ment has compiled an approximate I that the teachers will be in his speech Mr. Calls rcboarsod* and In $500 denominations, too first been appointed by E. D. Katz supervisor however will be required to, deposita
estimate on the improvement of 37.5 spective rooms on Saturday preceding: in a general way the campaign: : from bond falling due ton :years from date of registration as follows! larger sum than $15. irrespective: of.. ;'e
miles of road in District 3 of Osceola .that date, beginning. at 8:30 o'clock its beginning ind took the positionthat and others annually thereafter. This Precinct No.2, Shingle Creek- the number of houses' using"water': '
and 'that will he was and has been oince the plan gives the association a long
county including the Kissimmee- : pupils expected to Walter Lanier that he may own, which: laid sum N
Melbourne road, 84 miles in length, I come at that time to get book lists primary having uft&h1.. a concerted term of' years in which to pay the Precinct No.3, Campbell Owen shall/ represent the maximum deposit s >
and the Ashton-Narcoossee road, 8% and assignments so that actual work effort on the part of special Interests purchase price and allow. a greater Lanier. recurred: of any one person." '
miles in length. may start on Monday. to tako from him the Democratic amount of money for other purposes. Precinct: No.4, St. Cloud-Sidney 1 hls section was opposed a* unfair
Our approximate estimate on the Following the giving of assignments nomination for Governor of Florida Permanent organization was effected Porter. to the small property owner'or other+ s
entire 87V4 miles including gradingand and book lists the teachers will which the people gave him in the by the selection of three director : Precinct: No. 5, Deer Park-W. II. water user and it was finally elim h
drainage with sand-asphalt surface meet in the office of Prof. R.. M. primary. In showing reasons for his to nil vacancies left on the boardat Kempfor.I'I I inated. i
nine feet wide laid on marl, Evan for a faculty conference at being surprised! to find this condition the first meeting of too stockholder : Precinct No. 6, Kenaniville-Cos I Another change wa mad' in th
gravel and shell base, is 25911361. which plan. for, the. year's work will I after the primary. Mr.. Catts said: The new director are A. F. Bass. < . ordinance by the addition of a clause: w
be' discussed "When the election< was over I wentto Bass, W. 'Maklnson and Ernest Precinct ,
W* have also made an approximate No. 7, Bassenger, S. reading as follow: .
estimate on grading and drainage15v1th One of the new'thing in the high my home to rest after the long and Mach. The other, members of the Underhill. "A discount of 6 per'cent will be
school this will be In ,hard fought campaign( and thin new board previously named are,, 'J. W. '
a bitumlno 18-conerete': surface year a course Precinct: No. 8, ,Narcoossee: allowed if payment Is mad before
nine feet wide laid on mark, gravel Soanish to be taught by Miss Louise came to me that,. they wore holding Tucker E. !>. Lesley, C. A. Carson N. HilL W'I I the (fifth of each: month."
and shell base which amounts to for Clark. back the returns in some fourteencounties C. Bryan K. McPherson, A. E. Thomas Precinct No. .,. Lokossee-W. R. [ This the payment of
the entire 37]H miles, $276,9309.We The equipment is also ready for the for two weeks after the! pri-! W. B. Harris, A. E. Donegan Pat grain bills,.which must be paid before water ,

would strongly recommend the beginning' the domestic science (Continued on page 8) (Continued on Page Three.) Precinct No. 10, Mulberry Sink- the tenth of the month under the provision -.,,
.. bituminous concrete as being superior course to be taught by Miss McQuar- B. G. Hancock: I of the ordinance., ;
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to the sand asphalt surface. Bituminous rie. The cottage in the rear of the I The ordinance: was passed on ft*
concrete has been in use long Presbyterian manse will be used for :first reading by a vote of two to one-
enough to test its wearing\ quality, this work 'and it is now being put in MUCH BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT CANOE CREEK BRIDGEIS Councilman W.. W. Carson was ab a
; while the sand asphalt as it is being sb.pefor the opening of the schools. sent. Councilmen Bass and Thomas
laid in this state, is still in the ex- Prof. Evans announces:: that he will voted in favor of the measure and ,
permental stage and I would not advise be in his office next Thursday and Friday ORDERED REPAIRED Councilman E. C. Bryan voted against
its being laid on a large scaleat to conduct examinations for those REGULAR SESSION OF COUNCIL 4
this time.I who for any re.son'must be examined The' ordinance a* passed on first. w
understand that the bond issue in before the term begins. Because the flooring of the Canoe reading is as follows: r
District 3 of Osceola county amountsto -- Creek bridge on the Whittier road Am Ordiaaace.: "
$150,000. Using the above approximate RESIGNS was laid too far apart in some places An Ordinance to Govern the Distri
estimate on bituminous concrete : AND The regular monthly session of the F. H. Lawson asked the council to the county commissioners at their bution of and the Payment for
as a basis I would suggest' that city council held on Tuesday nightwas I provide more scats in the park space meeting on Monday instructed Capt.L. Water in the City of Klssimme, r 13
:you grade and drain the entire length FRIPP F TAKES a busy one. Besides the meter along Broadway. The street committee 1 R. Farmer, road supervisor, to Florida.f ; .
of road ((3TA miles), as covered by PLACE ordinance which is reported in another promised to take this matter up have it repaired at once. :your bond issue and the column the council: handled many at once. The condition of the road was call- the City of Kissimmee:
balance of your funds to laying bitu- J other important matters. ed to the attention of the board by .that crmmencinir: October 1, IJ16,.
minous concrete surface on approximately With this issue of tho Valley Gazette --r---- Sam Lupfer, representing the Art Pat 3ohnston, who stated that he was all water -furnished' to the resident
17 miles of the ame. E. E. Nau Tie. who has been edi- department, asked that tho city au- obliged to use the bridge' soon in driv- of Kissimmee, shall be in the manner
Should you desire to take this up tor for the past eighteen months, re- City resolution Attorney O'Bryan the presenteda thorities enforce the ordinance giving ing some 600 calves. Fearing that and upon the terms hereinafter set
in detail, we would be glad to fur- signs to accept the editorship of the fixing; :: for the the fire truck the right-of-way the calves: would suffer broken legsas out. _
nish you with the approximate cost St. Petersburg Times, taking the of property owners Main street extension going to fires and that other automo- a result he asked that the bridgebe Sec: 1. That meters shall be Installed *
of such sections of the roads as you place of W. L. Straub, who has' been which passed paving unanimously.on The, I biles be required to keep a safe distance repaired and the request! was in all residences, business \,
may wish. appointed postmaster at St. Petersburg was behind the truck. MarshalOverstreet granted. houses' and. other place requiring t
assessment roll made from I
Should you decide to build I would was up a stated that he would en. water and that a deposit shall be required -
; recommend constructing on the line W. J. Fripp, who line had many survey and map furnished The by Engi-I force the ordinance but that he wouM before water shall be turnedon.
couth! of Ashton, as surveyed by our years experience on Florida newspa- neer tails of A. J.the MacDonough.roll also require the fire truck to obey the CANDIDATES TO GET Said deposit to remain to the
Mr. Barnard and would state that the pers and who has also served in newspaper are givenin : speed ordinariwr in returning from credit of said depositor as long a*
above estimate is based on that loca- work in other states, will take a legal advertisement in another: water is' used, and to draw four (4)
tion. Respectfully submitted, his place temporarily until perma- column. The council will meet on i fires.Cal BACK NEAT SUM SOON per cent interest while on deposit itrem.inlng
I k. WM. F. COCK, nent arrangements can be made. Friday night, of September 15th, to hear Buckles was again awardedthe 'X on deposit longer than
.;; Commissioner. complaints property owners contract for furnishing wood fuel three months. Deposits to be madeas
r,' What action will now be taken in against the assessments, if there are to the electric light and water plant. Osceola county candidates' in the follows:
: regard to the bond issue is proble- CITIES GET SHARE OF any complaints to be made. His bid was $6250 for the year for recent primary election will soon get Five openings or less -_?_ $3.00
matical. The law is so worded that 1 pine wood. The Waring Lumber Co. a windfall to the amount of $595.u2, More than five openings_ 6.00
the roads specified in the call for the The council passed a resolution also bid $475 per month for slabs. The which will be divided among them Sec. 2. Whenever the amount of .J.Jga
election to create the special district COUNTY ROAD TAXESIt requiring, the proper city officersto Tucker Brick Company bid $4900 for pro rata. The list entitled to refund indebtedness of any depositor equals
'.; must be built for the amount of the execute a quit claim deed to cer- the year for "hog: feed" and slobs. numbers thirty. The matter was the amount of his deposit, he shall
", bonds voted. The bids of the paving tain property, owned by Rull Ba.is1 J. H. Outlaw bid >$6600 for pine wood. ought before the County Commissioners be notified thereof by the Water Col- .I a
contractors, which were not opened was announced at the meeting of which was formerly the property of Only the bids or" Mr. Buckles and the on Monday by Clerk J. L. lector and if he fail to pay his bill e
by the commissioners, are understoodto the Board of County Commissioner the city. This deed was 'vnuule necessary Tucker Brick Company! were consid- OverstreetHis report showed that in full within five days, his water r
have been between $226,000 and on Monday that the amounts due St. because of an error in descrip- ered. The latter was refused because the candidates contributed:; a total sum shall be discontinued and will be rS
$250,000. When the bidders found Cloud and Kissimmeo as their shareof tion discovered by lawyers who were I Sam Gardner, the plant fireman advised of $1028.58 to the expense of the pri- again cut In, only upon his paying .,
that there was no plan to obviate the taxes assessed for road purposes I examining the title to the property.W. the council that this sort of mary. The total cost of the primarywas his bill in full and the sum of one
requirements of the law they asked for the 1915 assessment were at follows I fuel would'not prove satisfactory. to have their bids returned unopenedand : St. Cloud, $3043.80; Kigsim- J. Fripp called the attention of $5DJ>.5.: The commissioners orderedthe : Sec.: 4. That all water used shall
the commissioners granted their mee, $3991.00. This money it wa the council to the fact that the city: Owing to the fact that Tax Assessor money divided among the candidates be paid for at the rate of 20 cent per '., a
request. Now that the estimate of stated, will be not be available until should have a public park and suggested Thomas has not quite completedthe and the pro rata figures as follows thousand gallons up to ten thou and'
the State Highway Commissioner is October. that a committee ought to be tax rolls, tho time for equalizingtaxes : W. H. Hall!D. Walter Lanier W. B. gallons; 15 r,'nt* per thousand gal i
even higher than the bids of the contractors Tax Assessor C. L. Bandy submitted appointed to look into the matter. was extended until Friday .(.. llarock, E. L. Overstreet P. Ions in excess of ten thousand -
some plan must be made to I his list of errors, insolvencies and Chairman Thompson named a Park night September 15th when the council ..4'feon Ernest Mach: O. R. Bass G. I. Ions up to thirty thousand -.lIOD81" a
.meet the situation. double assessments to the board and Commission .. follows: Councilmen will meet for that purpose. Barter, B. C. Miller; A. F. Bass, B. and ten cents per thousand ,' sTal- !;
Whether a new election will be the report was approved. Howell Bass and Roma Thomas.B. H. Guy. W. C. Baas, J. H. Balsden, Ions for all wets.. used in : "> a r
i called to vote a large bond issue or City Attorney O'Bryan was instructed J. S. Stratum R. L. Pearce and W. thirty thoust .1 gallon; exce8m1"'Of a-:''j., e;
,,: what action will be taken can not now E. Evans, county demonstration : to havo the city ordinance P. Walker 83 cent each W. B. Craw- imam charge: of fifty cent a month- .
'" be stated but it is probable that the NEW TEACHERS NAMED agent called the attention of the book revised, he having called. attention furd 818.C3: J. H. Smith, Clay JohnSon See. 5. Water meters shall be read'" ) '
citizens of the district will call a meeting council to the fact that a number of to the fact that the codificationnow Jr.:, and L.; H. Ingram $66.8; monthly and all amounts doe hall. he' '
soon to discuss the proposition oak trees in the parkway ''along in use i i. Incomplete and does not Edgar Kats and C. W. Griffin Z3.4; payable at the office of the City
:; 'with a view to some action that will FOR ST.CLOUD SCHOOL Broadway were in bad condition. He include many ordinace which: have J. W.'Lilly and T. M. Murphy 326.09; Clerk on or before the tenth.ef each
'\ t in the building of the road asx explained that this was probably due been passed sine it wa printed. At- N. C. Bryan, $8.26; J. L. Overstreet month. If not paid when the amount s
' \ -B7 pWmed. \ .. ,-' to tho tact that the ro6ta of the tree tomey O'Bryan estimated that the $11M.S& .C. E. Yowell. $28"ra; C. L.Bandy of bill t.roals the deposit a* above setout '
,' ? When the school.board met on Mon near the surface were *o dose to the cost of codification: and printing and G. IL Clark. $ gio3.) W. 1. in Section 2..the water will be cutoff
E. FAIRBANKS ,BANKRUPT. j day: of this week two new teachers brick pavinfftfaat. the heat wa affectIng would not exceed-$825. Pa-ter .iTJ6. without .other notice than* herein -
were named to fin vacancies in tho them. He offered to do what he let out A discount of 5 per cent
'According a new item printedIn :St. Cloud school: for the-torm which could to save them, if the world City Marshal Overstreet told the and Bryan wa* named to Invests t. will be 'allowed if payment' 1* w4 jK'
the Tribune,. E. ,E. Fair- 'will. 'bena on September,. 18th. slmuUtaneooaly furnish the laborer to assist hinter and council that Sheriff Ingram .had refused the matter. of erecting: a new before the 5th of each month, ::'
bank mere at;Klssimmee. Park,. with,' ,the ', .)[1......._.. buy the necessary fertiliser and par to allow tile city tho OM .f tfc* Mayor May said that Chairman _- Sje. 8. It is the intention of thl.
baa Bled a voluntary petition in bankruptcy i schools. The new teachers: are: -It. other expenses. :,The council :agreed county jail for colored.women priaoev.JTur ley,'of. the board of county commission ordi.110. :t .t.kt the plies of all ert
la the Federal'Court' In'Tam.a :tU Riky' of Jasper FUu.who-ira to-do,this : . the ;,uU';: .. t.'tofyrsprpsod '
,* 'and work was commenced ,.r*., etty. bu 'been. .uslnt, ''the rs. :had suggested nll dna affecting .,
pa. He declared! : his asset were val 1 named a. '.prmclp... and Mise. Irene W-sdnesday.: : Mr. Evans state that he county jail owing to the'eondition.fthe .of Joint city and county JaUf tab,ae .,'_ ll..trlbl1/Jo./ 'o( anc ,tbe -
tied at $3,305 and liabilities at 7914. J Baumgratner, *f_ rW swlck.-Ga., who does. not Know .whether any' of,. the I c-Uy-t which is now being; wed 'to rUl the court house of th.* jail frat- for water*in said city, and nil. orcit. 0-.
', .lie claimed personal_ property,valuation will teach .the, seventh. 'andAelgbth; trees can'' be .saved bit &'.will make to store hay'" for-,,the city atoclc. 'A, I are 'which: i* an obnoxious one to..the. fiancee or parts of ordinance Wt< onx ..

w ,of_f J..GOQ... '..,.. ,,,.,, I trade**, N.. a. an effort to sari A* many a* possible ,,committee. comp U of..(Thomas, Bass,, :resident* inthap.etion of.the city. 1 flirt. ,herewith ore- hereby, revok' L m.AI F

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. ,-that of"thli amount i -Florltk""Li en a
0'.'. . . . . . . -- : I tied to 156,976.77. .He urged that .. '
St. Cloud Department 0 Polk County., 4 I share The bill provides however \

. .0 .,. . . ...0: j SCHOOLS ARE the that state a like or amount the countlelthereof.must br.pentbj \':

\ No action was taken on the mat. Pt
(. 1" 'Co. At the last meeting of the Board of ,- ter, however, as Chairman Lesley of'J' i /

NEWS. "AND. NOTES" OF THE "WONDER'vim FROM,OUB OWN Trade, which' was :the annual meet HOME TALENT MUSICAL.PER.. Under the.organized 'leadership the board, explained that 'he under. t:f"

SPECIAL'CORRESPONDENT lyg, the following officer were'elected FORMANCE PROVES ONE OF the National Reform Association stood that, the State'' Highway Coom.fI. ( :
y of tho d mission had evolved a. plan to 1Iae' ,,l1
the co-operation .
" : President', A. C. Roller, ; 'Vice-- THE BEST :EVER GIVEN ANU everywhere a Notional prayer for these funds in perfecting a roadthrough ,

j presldmt, A. R. Leddon; secretary, LARGE CROWD GREETS BOYS, public schools will be uttered on the from the Georgia J ,iJ,*
j The Rev.. Homer, of Arkansas, 1 s I Todd and Floyd Mosher motored to W. T. Powers; treasurer.jA. C. Craig WHO REALIZED :A NEAT >SUM tember 10. line and that the first funds would ber'' iM!
expected here the last of the month Kissimmee Friday evening to attend FOR This National for the used starting at the state line The .".
Work for the coming; year was laid ORGANIZATION.the prayer
to take charge tit: the Christlachurch. the minstrel show., for
eat of all National educational bill provides certain.'amounts In
I.. Mr. and Mrs., P.: E. 'Morgan/, Mr. out. It will consirt in part,of addi- tutions has special significance at future years and these will be usedn .t.
, The New York Veterans' Associntion and Mrs. Pruitt sod Mrs. G. H.Clark tional toad work. The four lateral greater minstrels of the KU- time in communities where I carrying the road ,through ,the 4l '?<. j
met Tuesdav in Oak Grove Parkwith motored to Kissimmee. on Friday af- roads running east from town will be shames Concert Band (given at the plague of infantile paralytin may states ..;..
87 members present, one nnmvymbe ternoon last Graystone Casino last Friday night '
made official county roads, and vent the opening of come of the
" ,: being taken: in. The program W. A. Drawdy motored to Orlando important road improvement work very proved a big: success both from a mu- lic schools. CORN CAN POP ONLY ONCE. 1;
j" was in charge of Mrs. Dopew and on business Monday.Mr. will I be proceeded with. sical standpoint and a financial one. In Kissimmee the organized .. 44''
Mrs. Frsncher. Music by Mr. Din- and Mrs. J. J. Elzea, of Brooklyn The in this The performance waa a creditable one for a National for the Ethel (munching and chattering) ;;
young groves prayer
gle. Recitation by PrUcilfa Peckham. N. Y., arrived here Tuesday evening are at this time looking' vlcLnitr throughout and demonstrated again schools is under the leadership of How white corn gets when it pqp"'r" a
Capt. Scriber gave a very Interesting] and are guests at the Bonair that the band has its members MarU-Yes; Just like some ,
\ There seems to beI., ... in the way of among: Rev. W. B. Witherspoon, who is men. '"
" talk on New York. Recitation by; House. They are much pleased with real, which is the main pest here some very clever musicians. pected to preach a special sermon when they pop.-Boston Transcript. :\
Mrs. Davies. Comrade Mason gave i a our city and the climate here. than there ever has been here. andthe So successful was. the performancehere I the subject of _L'' >
and acted secretary In the Morris Goodrich left ''on general '".,
reading as Thursday trees thrifty end in good that the band decided to repeatthe and religious education in the
: absence of Mrs. Robinson. Music by] morning for Carbondale Ohio.NARCOOSSEE. condition appear generally. This is a new show at St. Cloud: where it will schools. I11-.
.' the St. Cloivl Fife and Drum corps. be given at the G. A. R. hall tonight \.
section! only three old but From a small beginning
Mrs. S. E. Hill. A letter 4446644640400444 years ( .
'r,, Reading by there will be Home fruit here next season The program given Was as follows: with the National Reform ( ;
was read by Mrs. Francher from'WP. 0 4 and the amount will First Part, tion with in .. CATAJRRHSTAGNATION
rapidly increase headquarters /: .l
. and also ,
who is in Kansas ,
at Kansa 4444444444444440 on account of the large acreage Chorus-Medley, Introducing.. Pa., this ceremony of a 11'i
; attended the to encampment be to all here which exceeds 3,000 acres. Are You from Dixie. prayer for the public schools : .
\ City asking remembered to return Mrf.' Miller and daughter Blanche I The residence of Mr. and Mrs. William 1- Hoko-Moko Isle grown into a monster
't his here October1. expects Next meeting will spent Wednesday in Narcooasce. Stillwell is rapidly being built. Come On and Do, Do, Do, and ,reaching into every hamlet, town an"I Itf
in October in Oak ;. Charles !MonsUloc-a's little dog Nel- Other building ia to start here soon. Don't Bite 'the Hand.A city in America and into every
be first Tuesday lie broke her I<,-Sunday: Charley hastened I'rofre( is being made in the Correct Imitation of Walkin' the nomination there r<'prcsonU'd.The : RU N AJNYIGORATION '
Grove Park. wife and daughter reatured her to Dr. Huckmcster at St.Cloud. draining of the 50,000 acre Peace ------------------P. Gilbert I leading clergymen of the FE 't
Capt. Farris after spend- i river tract just south of Lake Ham ThOfto;; -In the Garden of the ed States set asides the second
Monday time evenings with friends, at Okla- | Air. Young:, of Kissimm.e spent ilton. The big dredges are at workon Gods ------------------A. Regero day in September for this! "'
ing come encampment i Sunday with Mr. Allegood. the drainage canals. These show Morning, Noon and l'ighLn! ___ __ I event and, in sane places, most \. '.
, home and attending Mo.the | Columbus Lanier got bruised up four feet of fine, muck, underlaid witha __________________l._ B. Johnson orateceremonies attend the e
at Kansas S. City, ,Wm. Unll C. E. Carl- Monday while riding: with Charles superior clay, which should mak< .My Own lona --------M. Overstrect'Sjyjnish I which has for its basis the (' ,<
W. Alyea "
I v. of St. Cloud, and C. I). Brenner. I 1\lontsdoca. His mule became frightened an excellent and fertile soil suitable Negro Song and DanceA. of the Bible in the public schools
, \ son went by auto to and threw Mr.1 Lanier overboard. I ft-r corn, cotton cane potatoes and Cruz a'means of education. L','
of Atchison, Kansas
then loading the auto or, i Miss Lillian Brack went away to a I1 sorts of truck crops celery etc. I I t d fngPrier; Comedian. ---- Catarrh inflammation. .
Deer Park
Mothers who the
high school at Auburndale last Thursday This reclaiming of no large an acreage Pray for the Lights___ _Paul Jones spend night }s
rail to --
a ,i a flat oar there went motored by to Melbourne. : She will stay with her sister, of excellent land will be a great My Sweet Adair..-----Mr. Woodall a sick baby appreciate the help Inflammation is the stagnationof '1'\\:'
from giving franchise to !Mrs. M. M. Scarborough.Miss I I lMiicfU to all this .seetion, rid! is"sa< tRt11A; Johnson's an
where build an they interurban are road.a They -motored Lulu and Elmer Tyson at- right step in the direction of diversification Chorus_--__Introducing Rob. Crusoe, I fever especially and in hot weather. It circulation with impure blood. tar-
soothes the
lr I tended church here Sunday. of crops and products.Mr. Put Me to Sleep Manda Lee America irritation can't
from there to Indiatlantic, By. ach Of course you be well under ;X"
the Sea altogether making a very Kov. B. H. Guy, of K<,non8ViII delivered Harry Bowne son of Mr. and ,'! Love You. I. mother, checks and the child bowels to obtain and helps sleep fill condition. It means, headaches, \' ,
Mrs. N. E. of
here Sun- Bowne Indianapolis After
two good sermons Part. Indigestion, kidney trouble, coughs, '
enjoyable trip. 'l'
rest. Price 25c and 50c
The Elsie P. McElroy auxiliary to ay. ild., died here on Tuesday. August The Harmony Four Featuring Bid- ,Sold per i cold, etc.creates .n
the Army and Navy Union will hold I I Work will be done at the cemetery 2'th!' of tuberculosis. Services were dy Shearouse Oscar Childers Dick by Osceola, Pharmacy. I ''Y'
, next Monday inth i next Saturday. Everybody invited! to held at the cottage where death oc Ludlam and Jim Woodall, in Old' Peruna .
!p its.. regular Masonic meeting hall. !come and bring dinner. : curred. The father and mother left Plantation Melodies. I SEARS CALLS BOARD'SATTENTION B7 feintingnutrition I..

,' The Loyal Daughters of the Christian I Tom Murphy's little eighteen with the body for Indianapolis Ind. Old Mammy's Jubilee-A One Act the circulation Invigorates the 1
"t...., Church will have an all dav picnic months' old baby paused over to the I The young man had been here but a Comedy Scream-Paul Jones-I. I system, removes the waste. matter and (
Wildwood Grove on Thursday. (beyond last Thursday evening at 8:80: few months but had made many W. H. & Company. TO i.
going at over on the "Maude." !o'clock, after a long illness. The bereaved I friei.da,, who grieved to lose him in Specialty ___________ Paul Jones brightens :you up. \..Xf

Rev. G. W. Brown, of Rest Haven I ones have the sympathy of the the promse of young manhood. Solo ----------------W. G. Hankins i Over 44 Years :;.,

left morning for Louisville community. I, Niagara Falls in KissimmeeSiltNelson Congressman w. J Sears in a Of service to the public entitles It to a i
Wednesday The Ebertz family visited friends Jazbo and Bert Wells.
ter to the with
: county place ;
:you. ti
W.. S. Alyea and Wm. Hall went to I in St. Cloud Wednesday last I NEW BANKERS ASSUME Grand Finale--____Band and Chorus which was read at their meeting i 1\1 ,
b Sanford Monday evening where they 4444444444444400 Those who took part were: I day called attention to the lull It Makes Good .

L were granted the franchise f. : the interurban ,* SHINGLE CHEEK. 4 J. M. Woodall, Interlocutor. viding federal aid for good roads The Peraas Company Cohunboa. OhIo 'r*:
road and they expect to begin 4044444440404444I. CONTROL OF CITIZENSJ. Chorus-Tony Regero, Nathan cited the fact that $.'>,()O,000() of You can get Peruna In tablet form r:,
n 1t surveying at an early date. 1 (!Bryan, Bert Wells A. ... Schweikait, $75,000,000 fund would be \ for convenience. '

i W. H. Milson, wife and mother and P. Tison Friday in Orlando Willie Sutton M. Overstr t.I in the year ending June :'id, 1 1917!I :tra r
End Men-Prather Gilbert Bob
three. friends, returned -Tuesday from on business. R. Anthony, Jr., vice president I I .'
New Haven Conn., where they have of the People's Bank of Jacksonville Johnson Bill Nelson, Roscoe Rober- -
I Miss Alpha Westfall, of Kissimmee, ,
been spending some time. and spent the week end visiting at the j,and in active charge of the Bankers' son Comedians, A. Cruz LeRoy J. Womack Lesley. Walter' C. A. CARSON. President. N. BRYAN.vSecretary.. jjf F
Stillwell, Mr.
and the Florida
Mr. Mrs. P. G. Cromartie homo.R. Financing Company, corporation .

,!,f ta Mrs., went Reagan Monday Mr. and on the Mrs.Labor Van Nat-Day I Windermero. L. Ivey Monday.mrJo a business trip to ,I System, assumed affiliated his with position the us Witham pres- I Marts.Music -G. M. Shearouse, Conductor The Waters & Carson
W. A. Chas. Ed. l
excursion to St. Augustive. ( Ilonnis ident of the Citizen's Bank of Kis-. ; Smith Regero (
and Mrs. Will Adams returned Mr. and Mrs. A. spent of Manned, Earl Morrow Roy Prenti, s
Mr. Tuesday. Roger Dodd
smtnee on
,Tuesday with G. B. Woodall and family ': I .
Okla.C. R. H. Ludlam, O. Childress, H. K.
Oklahoma City
w Monday from their Kissimmee. Ringeold Ga., who has been connected ..
home in
I). Brenner who has been hereIn I G. L. Reeves and daughter, with the Witham banks for a number -(GOBS, Chas. Dann. '
i the interest of the interurban road, of took charge cashier
ye'ars. as
r L.
Miss Edith, were guests at ti.e Grocery
left on Sunday for his home at Atch- home Sunday. I II i on the same date. Both of these gentlemen FULRE C V v
fn Kansas. bankers aid :UAVp5 ,
icon, I I ( A. Garrett was a Kissimnuc visitor are experienced
at F. E. Caldwell returned to Kihsimme Friday of last week. j I affable in their manner. A large number S OMit MCHfrouble _
Saturday evening from Nebraska on I of the patrons of the bank and .!or I +
irS his home at I Mrs. Wilson, who nag been speTding | I Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
and; expects Mrs. sonic time here with her daughter -| citizens generally called on them during lONE. DOSE WILL CONVINCE i
Kissinr.mee with his daughter Mrs. aul Y..tcs, has returned 1o ,, the week and an era of prosperityfor
Mary Barber. Meade. the bank is freely predicted by'' Gall Stones Cancer ana Ulcers of the
her home in Ft. | GROCERIES
t4 S. N. Porter is taking the Indiatlan-following I :Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Cromrtie were those who have ,met them. Stomach and Intestines, AutoIntoxication

1r l party on Wednesday to Kissimmee shoppers Saturday. I "Yellow Jaundice Appendicitis

M' H.tic Inghram By the ,Sea F.:Rath I. H.S.Ferguson J. Entrlken L.M' I Grady Cromartie left Monday relatives for I NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD and other fatal ailments 'result from .. ,.}-...
where ho will vicit ',-)
Davenport :
G. A.
J. L. Hargrove -- -- -
Ed George Stomach Trouble. Thousands of -- '
for while.LaxFog
I Bleech F. E. Williams. They gd by 1 1i,1 a __ Expels scrofulous humors from the Stomach Sufferers owe their com- 4404000440.400004 40044444444,04400
auto to Deer Park and from there by' 4
{ rail to Melbourne and on to look over A Mild, Effscths LaxsUva a Uvsr Tonic blood, which cause' constipation, malaria plete recovery to Mayr's Wonderful 0 4- .--:
Doss Not Gripe nor Disturb the rheumatism ulcers Unlika other for Stomach WE SELL 0 0o WE BUY
.the new town site of Indiatlantic. sores, pimples Remedy any : .. : :
The Epworth League will hold its addition to other properties,Lax-Fos: ) ,etc Get It at Osceola Pharjnaejr Ailment For sale by J. Z. Ro- 4 jJ.\
regular business meeting' at the contains Cascara in acceptable form, a 4 HAY 4 -v .
a'guarantee to berson and '
on satisfy.- druggists everywhere.
0' ,?":
church on Friday evening. stimulating Lazative aad TODie. Lax-Fos: 0 4 HIDES r0 ',
A theater party was given Tuesday acts effectively and does not gripe nor 4 GRAIN 4 - '
T I evening in honor of Mrs.: Lulu At- disturb stomach. At the same time it aids I 4 C 4 FURS .
wood who expects leave next Monday i digestionarouses the liver and secretions 4 FERTILIZERS 4 0 4 .
for St. etersburg, where she will I and restores the healthy functions. SOc. 4 0 0 WOOL 0 \
i .1
;pi; teach this winter. ,I 4 SmSGLES 4 4 4
The Boy Scouts are spending two J Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System The of the worldare 0 4 -0- AND 0 ,

Iv r days this week camping at Lake Al i i Tbe Old Standard general trcnKtheoloE.tonic, eyes $ ORANGE BOXES 0 4 0 .
drl ei out
ligator. I 0 -0- ALL 0
Misses Fleda Lottie and Jessie a MaUria.emlchr blood.and builds nptbe s" -. 4 ORANGE WRAPS 4 4 4 fl,
and children.
} r I Um A true tonic. For adults
Doolittle, who have been spending the '> 4 4 COUNTRY .(,
the who
summer at Carbondale, Ohio, with on man 4 VEGETABLE CRATES 4 0 .
V returned here Saturday I 4
** itheir parents 4 PRODUCE ;
; evening, where Miss Fleda will teach 4 CRATE NAILS 4 I 44 4 .,
kv111 in the St. Cloud schools and Miss 0 0 I 4 0'
Lottie has the school Itt Peghorn.Mr. I 0U03SPCIAU.Y 4404444444440444 i 4400400400.0400. ,-
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Scranton arrived ,
several ;;
home Saturday after t.
1 weeks Spent in Alliance, Ohio, with SAVESPAUSE 7.
relatives and fiUr.dso.. We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. oil'

Mayor Bircher returned! home Saturday Wi give special 1 attention! to fitting out hunting and camping parties.v

e ,; evening after spending a few [ [ ADAPTED Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. .
,, weeks with relatives at St. Paul and :
Minneapolis Minn. We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and pricesan (

: Will Barber ( fertilizers..
r. For Your 'i
; and daughter, Virginia -
were St. Cloud call,rs on -
(< ummee ---
i i Tuesday. State for a moment, young man, I 1 t.
Miss Almeda Arrowsmith arrived'
home Tuesday evening from New a thought to self. The Eugene C. Bryan, Pre. A. H. Bryan, Vice Pres. J. I. Barber S c'v.1reas.;
York City where she has been attending Jsera

Columbia University. Oar Instruc problems that confront you now or ,
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred K*>ii- I ,

r ney, on Wednesday, August HOth a F re e Catalogue I II will a few years hence. !
' boy. I and Weekly I
; The Loyal Women of the Christian I ,
1 Price List

F ing Church at the wil church(have their Friday business I I Look about yon-the men of affairs in country, slate, nation-yes,

ar J The election on Tuesday for bond- I SEND FOR in the world are the men who started to sate early in life.

inc the city was carried by an over. 'I I II Bryan Realty Company

t'. whelming majority. THEM: TO DAY They have the respect and confidence of the. community. .
Mrs. French arrived last Friday I Offices
Minn. and on BroadwayKissimmee,
evening from St. Cloud Then look the other side at the who aU tl
on -- fellows Vend
s she and Mr. French are now occupy1g I IN SEED OK Opposite Graystone Hotel -
their beautiful home at Ashton. lake-they may have a food time for a while but wtat does tk j

The Lake ShoJI Club will viva it o JACKSONVILLE. FLA. personality reflect? ,
BOO party at the club house Thursday .

evening.Gus Smith, of Kissimmee was a .A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the I
r 1I
. ? ,i iIV St. Clr.-id visitor Tuesday.Mr. ancient of an honorable: independent career. Orange Groves, Timber lt
and Mrs. John J. Johnston Make beginning BO*-today. You ands We Pay Taxes fer NonresiIdeAU -
Misses Bonnie Ricketts Ruth Bass I Vulcanizing Inner Tubes25c year Cattle Ranches, C.untry and and Act ae Owner's "
bank book will the
and Evadna HarricJMecsrB. Mtc Ar- pave way. City Property
rowsmith, Roy Van Denberg Harry Agents for Rental Property. .y
j Patch

rr alt f TAYLORISBEST General Auto Repairing25c State Bank --- -

S an Hour ,

of Kissimmee R S. FLOYD r
Cars Cleaned and Oiled
Yt Capital stack __________---_. ,._--------9100,000.00 Dealer In

f 75C ......... rr ___ __ 400,000.00
---- -- ------------ .r

MEDICINE Officers and: Director Groceries Nay, Grain and Feed ra

+ .,M. KATZ. god VICe Prert. Corner Broadway and Dakin Are. .;

FULLPINTBOTTLE 81LPi : r. ROMA moM .s.,.Caahier,. Try Us on Your Next Order Pr.Feed.l; JI '

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CHRISTIAN. l For September'10th the Senior"top .BY,DIRECTORS KOSLIME
". P H
It has
ic is "The Greatness of God. '
nice ,Sunshine depIrtmenithouglitla boon sugcested.4hat this be a "shower .(Continued from Page. One.) -

.QRMATj fn'' this quotation: "Hap- :meeting, each member. giving at Johnston, S. T. Fanslerx; IL C. Stan- roil .. '
piness is a perfume you cannot poor least two Bible verses on the subject.Hi ford and S. L Lupfer.,, ,'] +
N on others without getting. a few drops. : ''S 'expected that the prayer meet S. L., Lupfer, Sr., was elected per : ;
', GROVE :yourself" eIt.looked ing committee help the-members, getready manent president of the organisation; POTATOES"Have \
i those>Bible,passages: in ,odv E. L. Lesley, first 'vice presidents A :
GARDEN' .& 'fIEtDQUITIONS 1- good to'see on tho Social nce. E...Donegan second vice president, ., ,
.Calendar of "Th* St. Petersburg In GRACE' :A..TOWNSEND. and A. E. Thomas,, secretary and : found any fertiliser, that, has given'such tatlifaction ;i

ANSWH, IMHEDIATEIX i dependent" the announcemsnc: the Interlachen Sept. 4, 1916.TICKCAMPAIGN treasurer. --. t ,.* your PHOSLJME,,, Planted during the spring season three} and,one .
&V "AIL Thomas 'voted.a sal.
social Secretary I was '
for Presbyteriansat
'r'' Mss N M.G Pltff! ae.Del*' MoL I August-time, the home of Misses Dorothy and MOVESHEADQUARTERSTO ary of $75 per month and will begin half,acres_in potatoes and got from,that piece of ground more than six .

WILSON LTooMCK. FERTIIIZCM. COMMNTt Jean Beplar. That "looks like busi work at once by 10110wingGut the hundred ,bushels" ..j
.I JACKSONVIUJB. F.... I ness"' as well as something coming order of the board for a survey of
DYNAMITING LAND.I in( the good times way for St. Peters FLA the grounds for the I<>eatingof the IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
am making a grove on flat wood burg. race track and buildings to be erect-
.land. The hardpan runs from two ed. Plans were discussed at the Prices 'F. O. B. Pbo.lime, Fla., In Bags fel
red to six feet below tho surface. Several years ago; South General As a result of the visit to Wash meeting for two roads leading to the .
'. Will it pay to dynamlto where it is district then called "Orango and Os- ington by P. L. Sutherland and other grounds one through Lakeshore ad-
below four feet? ceola" had a good "man secretary" Floridians interested in the eradication dition by way of Clyde avenue and ;
Answer-You are asking us too (usually we have girl ones). This \ of cattle tick the government the other by the'way of the Campbellroad. $9.00. Per Ton 10.00_Per Ton
r. ;. fine a question in regard to this dynuFmiting was W. L. Lewis, of Ocoee rnd later campaign along the same lines in A plan was discussed wherebyit
'"* aa you. have chosen just the Kissimmeo. ''It was a surprise to receive Georgia and Florida has keen divorced may be possible to have the CAmp- ;
: point where that it is absolutely nec a letter from him a few days as applied to these.two states anda bell road paved eighteen feet wide WRITE roR"BOOklUFLORIDA
instance" l: ago from Newport News Va. Surprise new district, comprising Florida from the City to the point where the j
also to know he had named/ the with headquarters in Jacksonville railroad will be crossed to the fairgrounds SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME GO

namite a little deeper and others it little girl in their family "Grace has been created. Dr. E. M. Nlghbert, entrance.
might not. Personally were wu set Rebel:* The latter part is after Miss who is at present located in Atlanta, Judge G. F. Kribbo wee chocon us BOX tea OCAIA. rtODOA
t ting trees ton hardpan, we would Rebel Withers so long and well lovedin in charge of the tick eradication cam- attorney for the fair association. WATERSCARSON GROCERY co. Agents
dynamite In ev'ry instance When the Florida Endeavor. paign covering Georgia and Florida, : .
hardpan was nearer than fivo'feot of will move his force to Florida within Yellow complexion, pii.iplos and .
the surface. Ao said above, though, A message from the former State the next week or ten days. disfiguring blomisl cs on the face or -.
four feet is the accepted depth for I Junior Superintendent, Mrs. II. W. By the creation of the special Florida body can bo gotten rid of by. doctoring -. -- ---
general conditions and we believe you Bruce, of North Gainesville: inquired district, tho work in Florida has .the liver which is 'orpid. HER a
y would find opinions of well informed when the district conventions wore received a tremendous boost. Wi'.h BINE is a successful liver correctint.:
people about c<<)u.lly (':vided "as0\ due. She plans to take November err changing of headquarters to Jacksonville It purifies the system cumulates the I''
.; whether or not it would actually pay from the strenuous life of a nurse ten experts will be perma- vital organs and puts! the body in fine I{
., to go'ifive feet. We think, though, and hoped that some dates would be nently located" here with Dr. Nigh- vigorous condition. Prio 60 c. Sold. I The Favorite Store of KifsimmeeFURNITURE I
.\ that each and everyone would agree in her vacation weeks. If more of by Osceola Pha'. racy
.:.. that a five foot depth was a little us showed such interest, we would bert.The delegation which visited Washington -
safer than a four feet depth. have larger delegations at our fall in behalf of an appropriationby The County Commissioners of Hills-.
i conventions. the government to assist in the brough county have levied one-fqurth
iI:: COVER CROP. campaign which! has already received of a mill for agricultural purposes.\ -
,"' Do you think beggar weed preferable year: our fall conventions were a great start in 'his state, included\ P. This! will give a Bum of $5,500 for ? :
to Natal glass in grove? What) mostly but one day and two eveningsin L. Sutherland of the Tick Eradication these purposes.!
is the proper way to pronounce Natal duration. It is hoped that. more Committee of the'Southern S+t.tle-.
? time will be allowed this year so that ment and Development Assoclat.'foni'Dr. ; -* The St Chamber of Commerce
Answer-We consider beggar weed i the many divisions' of C. E. work may C. F. Dawson State Veterinarian will moet in Tampa, September 8th.
f. far preferable to iny other growth in i he fully brought up without undue and C. F. Ucker, of the Southern Set- The formation of a tariff bureau will
a citrus grove on light soil, because haste. tlement and Development Associa- be one of the most important mattersto
in addition to every other advantage tion."Dodson's. be brought before it. -WE HAVE IT !
)I it collects nitrogen. On heavy soil The Northwestern district .meets at
; we would prefer a good grc.8B.: Fernandina this time date October
't You should pronounce the (first "a" 2729. We have never held since the CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS ? NO STOP 4
second "a" as In -
as in and the writer has been in the work (over I
. "far" with accent on last syllable to fifteen years) in Fernand na. It is(
.'<}. be correct according to Webster; but not fat enough/: from Jacksonville but In eoanectioB'with our Hardware lies we carry a complete

L the popular pronunciation seems and tot" ) what the metropolis should send a MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES line of furniture. We make specialty of outfitting home*, sad .,' r
be with accent on first\ syllable large delegation.: Young People: Intermediates "
the last slurred ni b thought it were and Juniors societies; all: II handle reliable -

"tle'V should t be rer>i'esented. Do not forget

I TANKAGE! FOR CHICKENS.Do :' the date and get ready. I Liver Tone" Is Harmless To I1.r,,'. my jI'1lnr"ntprto any drugstore I Bed Room Furniture Dining I
: and !loot a fill rent bottle of
s.. 1 you recommend the regular fr- Prof. Garfield Evans of Sutherland Clean Your Sluggish Liver "IOn'I"r! 'lone i '}eke n spoonful' noo.\\ M
tilizer tankage us good to feed chickens 'College, who vus --electe l Slat if it dcsn't straighten( run' Room Suits Kitchen Outfits, Par-
Fs ? I don't see why it shouldn't! be I President for Epworth Leaguers is and Bowels. and aiakoou feel l line anA vigorous 1 '
t' dandy food.AnswerThere. a most noble young Christian much want }.*u t" go hii 'k to t the ,store' and lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers i
Has been a great beloved by the workers why have for {'If'"! Calomel" makes yon nick. It's gel M nor mcim-\ 1IoIIIIOn'i !Liver Tone ,
/ deal ,of the six and n half and eight; their motto "All for Christ." horrililp', '! 'J akp H duce of the Inngormmii i1 dent'r">in ( tfje sale of oalotnol because Couches Etc.
.." per cent tonkago: used for both chickens !; tonight.' aird! touitirrow jou limy' lose. it IH gran l liver medicine; entirely. vegeKlito. ,
i,, and hogs and so far as we know I\r.l'aJ..inl up their house party pt a .I"\,'. work.Calomel ( tlTi-rvfore( it can not salivate! or
,,' it has always been satisfactory. Wet West Palm Beach to return to West in mercury or 1nirk'iI\'t'f' make. joti nek. ,

t: do< not however recommend animal its food use Tampa that well konwn lender for n liic-li; causes nprrom'a of the hones. 1 jruiirnnto', .; that one spoonful of Dod- This store U making a record for itself ia the matter of-
. !f for though it was good i the Southwestern district, Miss C'nloinrl, when it comes into contactwith Ffin's Liver! Tone will put your ehipplsh
; when it left the packing house and I Brightwcll; writes: "We have had a sour bile crashes into it. breaking liter to work and clean your bowels of helping people to outfit homes. Come and .... Oar prices arc
,,", probably is when the consumer buys I| lovtly time and hate to It.! vc." Thee i*, up. '] Ins in when *soil foci that awful that sour bile and constipated waste right '> ,
i' it, fertilizer materials might come in I young folks were full of the making- nausea. und cramping If you are slug- .Which is clogging your system' and nuking
I contact with things which would !,friends spirit, and that doubtless add- gill and Fall knocked out," if your .you feel miaerable. I guarantee that
.'. prove harmful to the animals. It is .. ...... liver it torpid and bowels constipated a bottle of Dodnon's Liver Tone will
,' safer to buy materials offered as an- or you have headache, dizziness coated keep your entire family feeling fine for
.' imal food. CATTS SPEAKS BEFOREA tongue, if breath is bail or stomach sour, month. Give it to your children. It Is TOOLS fOR ENGINEERS: : :
just try a spoonful of harmlean Uodson's barralewt dooaa't gripe awl they: like its te:
: FALL FERTILIZER FOR YOUNG AUDIENCEContinued I Liver Tone tonight on my guarantee pleaaat taste.
w' TREES. LARGE I .- No matter what l load of aa Engine y.u hare-Gas, Steam, h!

7:'- When should fall fertilizer be put ( from Page One.) '.00 OO.O.OO..OOOO...... .OOO..O.OOOOOtooo .tO..o.... Railroad or Statioaary Eagiae-we hare exactly the T.....,.. "

l", on Answer-You young trees? should make ene application mary was over. I got out ag . HI I' seed ii your everyday work-: Wrenches, Hammers'Oilers, etc., n

in early September and the if .was back charged those that counties the purpose for of so holding long-' INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE: all of the best q.aIiI.d werkmaathip' sad at prices that will
:you are fleo- from cold This store has the repnUtiea of haaoHag 'sly''
but this latter ap- was to determine Low many word snrpriM yen. .
first plication of November is advisable only in very Knott needed to defeat,me. The soc- Let us insure.your I.ife'yourllealtli: your Property. hardware. that is of superior quality. and ya will make se mie-. ; i

sheltered situations.' hurt by Young cold then trees older are of one arithmetical choice votes proportion of,Mi.' Knott to those aro out of Information in'regard; to property for take ia cemiag here NOW ash iaspectia| oar Wf stock. f.

more easily other candidate .. in tin field., : .. j.
tones'' and erevcrcol waves muy every ', Catts re- sale and rent cheerfully: given. .
Proportionately speaking, '
Be expected the'wood should be leapt '
; hard as possible througthe win- ceived 30,000 first choice votes! and In addition to fifteen other good com patties we
as Governor .
3,000 second choice>> votes. ;
((1' .
,,' ter months. Trammell received 45,000 first choice now represent the well known Osceola Hardware Company s

MEALY BUGS. votes and 6,000 second choice votes,
t tho "meauley bugs" as and Mr. Knott received 24,000 first HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of,New York e
I ,
",' sprayed", I killed the choice votes and 9,000 cccond i choice
' \ :you directed the trees but though some others have votes, which is 3,000 mire second X>>. G. i7 YAGNEjRSecond : .

.',J.. Dives come.on What shall I do about it? before choice received votes who than received Governor nearly Trar.imell twice Floor Citizens Bank Eldg. KIssimmee I : Fla. -- --..............-
have told you -
; As
Answer- wo as many first choice votes as Mr. ootO OOt OOoooo. oooooo.ooooooO.OO.O.Ol....
will be obliged to clean up ... 4I
you Knott received. This same proportionwill .0..00000..0..0000.e. O.0 000000.C 000.00000000.0 0 o. Iv
the ant nests before you can hope for .
the whole
' ., eradication of the mealy bug, for attain throughout --- -
'X 1 the ants will carry the mealy bug to ticket, and it shows. on its face Den that I F- 111sMayStout f FOR SALE OR TRADE:
I. good feeding ground for the sake of there ."is 'Something rotten in 11
secretion called honey dew. mark'
I) the sweet Ho urged everybody: to got into the
",, by Mealy themselves.bugs cannot As a sperad matter very of fact habit of writing the name S. J. Culls, Lumber Co. Attractive Modern, Dr. Carson's Residence >l lf

, wash trees clean, the In older that, should it bo poai bible I II
if can your
you bac kon them with- for Mr. Knott's crowd to employ any Corner Sproull Avenue and Church Street.
. bugs get methods'' by which he could obtain an DEALERS IN
: out the ants help. A great many
order from court to prevent Ills name
" that have at their command a
'.1, forcible people irrigation plant use no spray, from being printed on the ticket they House Building Material of all
the '
be able to write name on
the in controlling the might sell Terms if desired. This is
.;;.. but purewaterr has sufficient the blank "space for that purpose. lie J. Will on an ?l.
for this
'' bug,
! .L
the I said that he expects th. very worst Kinds '
9 force to wash the insects off to exceptional opportunity. ;
> where they are helpless. We from his enemies; that they can employ f
ground and i if it ware possible for themto
further to advise except -

::. can see just nothing to keep at it till you win I his resort name could to any be/kept methods off tn\by) ticket which, Novelty Works in Connection t

rI out. he thinks they woulO gladiy;; do it. Address Quick
During the course of hia to'k, he All we ask it let UI figure OQ your eiti'matt .

I ENDORSED AT HOME paid. his respects to R. B. Sturkie. Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.
Referring to press reports that indicated CHASe P. DOW Orlando Florida
that he had become<<: n Catts ,
Such Proof as Thin Should Convine Than, he said that ho had in mind lit Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla. }

": Any Kigsimmre Citizen. write him a letter, before: WEI could not .........0..0..... <**.. ***.
to support him, but h 4
The public endorsement of a local arrange to write the IcLty M' Knott : :=
< citizen is the best proof that can be the coir-'spondouce between .- I ?
published -- -
It produced. None better, none stron- them which show that Sturkie ad- .....ooooooo.o..oo..o.o.o.o .....

ger can be had. When a man comes mitted over his own signature that MAKE MORE POTATO MONEY a
forward and testifies to hia fellow- rob ballot box or
t he was willing o a
citizens, addresses his frkrnds, and to do anything else tl.ot wus necessary WEEK END RA TES rr.r
neighbors, you may bo sure he is thor to meet his ends He also raid that
oughly convinced or he would not do Mr. Knott had these letters for sev- SEND FOR THIS FREE BOOK
when it
one's experience
so. eral weeks some i f them pub- ,
is for the public good is an act of would have ,
lishing them, pnd n<
kindness that should be appreciated.The them at all had lie not
published is basedon
This booklet from the
following statement given by a thought Mr. tnrkie; had broken just press $2.70TAMPA
ri resident of Kissimmee adds one more of It tells
ranks and gone ovor to his ncmy. years practical experience.
h to the many cases of Home Endorse Mr. Catia refried: lo thn fret that fertilizing '
about soils seed selection ,
ment which are being published about through the vi ilanco of h.s: headquarters -
;.'" Doan's Kidney Pills. Read it. a detective has been procured cultivating, spraying and contains valu-
C. W. Campbell Bryan and Dill ing- and put on the trail of tin crimi- and shipping. AND RETURN
able digging
"I suggestions on
Kissimmco : \
ham streets, nals wihad gonG into the boxes in
+,a' suffered from a lame and aching back : Suwinnce and Hamilton
not act as they Madison Send for of this book. It wilt
and my kidneys did countiea and changed the votes ind your copy
should. I used Doan Kidney Pills that they had proof that too boxes help you make jnore money growing: Irish .
as relief directed" and they gave me had changed boon votes invaded won and so some carelessly of the Potatoes. The edition is limited so write Ticket Sold for All Train Saturday and A. M. '

'.? Price 60c, at ill dealers. Don't simply made that the party changing them today. A post card will do.WHSON&TOOMERFERTIIIZER. ; '

- ; ''= ask. Kidney for a Pills kidney-tho remedy same-that petDoan's. used a copying; pencil with: which tomake Train Sunday, limited to return following Tuesday : ,.1g
and that at-the -
mo/lcn :
the proper
r,, Mr. Campbell had. Fostor-Milburn time the persons implicated :would : ..

_Coi, Props.. Buffalo, N. Y.Adv.A be charred with the critic' and put Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers.I ; .' t VIA w ,

SAD FACT upon.trial'fol"lt. I' >.al ri In Fertilizer M'aterlal. Spraying Impl. ,
._ of opportunity, talked to was estimated, by those'in ,dACKilON F11 P'g.ORIDAt '' t / '
.1Io./.. .but not a erter'equabty more:stable equilibrium'in la- position to know .. the.largest andmo4.nthnsiaatiein .1,,, .-)4-!', ATLANTIC COAST L1M/: f.'
r> bore ':We ''ether{ baT.'nothing at all.ti' a eommou. ,
and starve to death, or have too that thi, commuaityhas'ever experienced '
', much to do; to do. and 'work.-ourselves. ', todeath ; .:At -the conclusion of' thespeech STANDARD. RAJLROAD.'OF. THE, SWITlj : 1
] .o u -C .t
from the enthuciasmof
.'tr ; until the chief aim, of man to Judge '

.'WI. would..eto be merely to shuffle off thoso present Mr, Knott., them,' wore.-'few, \supporter.of -' *** ******** ********, ** ***< ,
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The' "Kissimmee Valley Gazette, tie. Thi"its i "no uncertain testimony to good con- not"have'to endure. 'the terrific heat of(the East and ,
ditioni;; .to"lOOd 'commonsense among the people North,'even' though the summer' season may' be ;

*:. "' ,ayiiar. of Florida, and an',evidence )efficient sanitation longer than in the North,. and knowing what has SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE .
14 .... *. Valley :=e IIAlBC. StiMlMee ....., under the direction' able health authorities! In been accomplished by California in developing summer : '

> Jacksonville,not' a tingle use'of typhoid fever I' tourist ,traveling, these Florida organizations I. 1" !
W. B. HAMUS G., VA Owi known which had its AND COUNTY :
11Io L..Jf.A110LlC, III..... a.. ........ . origin within jhe'city. and I have displayed great wisdom. Nothing that has .: ,
only a few occurrence* of the disease?: ill'oF'whichoriginated been done to advertise that State will command I "

:i ..-..." ... ..,-. elsewhere and were brought to the city. wider attention and! create more discussion .. .. .. .. .6666..6.----------------. . . - . . - - - --.y-y.-. . ... .

One On. gpr.: ,'On.(111:& Months Tear. __.___._.____.__ '1.110 1.10, Such condition are particularly desirable at "A'correspondent of the Manufaceurer Record Fifteen car loads of cattle were being taken seriously' 'by'the public-; 1

One Three .---..... ..7ey this season of the year which mark the Dear ap- writing from Worcester Mass., tells of the thermometer hipped from Kisiimmee last week generally is the announcement that \
proachof the_opening of th4-.Khool. of the State. having registered 100 with, being purchased by Alabama parties the Florida East, Coast railroad will
All communication. except from our authorls.Y . a large portion -Florida Grower start the building of stockyards and ';
correspondents must be sle/ned' by tb. wrlt.r. urban and rural. Some anxiety ha been expressed of the manufacturing plants closed! for the day on -a- cattle pen at>' Okeechobee which ,l',

,i called'Rejected tor. matter will not be returned unless, in a. few communities as to the -entire safety 'ofopeninl account of the intense heat. Wisconsin people now The Klsslmmee section will soon when completed will cover fourteen i

the schools, particularly as'many children in Baltimore enduring here last week a temperature ship four thousand head of cattle torex. I acre of land. Dipping vats ,*"and
(Entered In the Postofflce In Kleilmmee, Florida return from vacations in northern state just be- of 9d degrees, that they have in ... This item may sound like a scales will be installed to make the ,
w UI eecond clan matter.) say never but is fact nevertheless.Palatka yards the most to date In that
it up
fore the beginning of the school loke a auction
year. their live found such heat ,here as they have had Times-Herald. of the State. l
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1916. The State Board of Health, being -in close touch to endure in their Wisconsin homes, and all throughthe -9-- Several thousand car loads of cat- ?.

with conditions in every part of the Stale as well West and North simliar reports are heard even Judge Perkins, of the Circuit court tie have been shipped from the State
t' i Lake Tohopekaliga I as in constant communication with the health authorities Montreal advising that it has had the highest temperature has validated the quarter million dollar this Reason, but it is thought'that the
in northern infected bond issue for roads in Os- establishment of packing houses at_ :
-: :- centers and with the in forty years. Miami however far downon good Jacksonville Pensacola and KlssirTl- >
Why not build that bulkhead? United States Public Health Service knows of reola county but the' opponents of the ;
no the eastern coast of Florida sends Word that issue have to the Supreme mee will induce cattle raisers to sell !
-: :- reason for postponing the opening of the schools the temperature_has been as high as 91 degrees dur- court on appealed the question.-Florida their-stock at home rather, than ship 4
Same old idea yes but changed it a little. beyond the usual date, in any city or communityof ing this hot spell and that that is the highest in Grower. them to Texas to be pastured and fed '1 ,'
Florida. for a few weeks. C. B. Elam, an extensive ,
-: : the last two years. No one. however, can under- --+- cattle dealer and ranchman of .' ''
w Some day when the lake is bulkheaded this While it is probable that the .if.'gcstion has been 'made,
danger of infectionof stand the wide difference between 91 in Florida on account Houston Texas shipped 7,000 head ;j i

o slogan will come down. infantile paralysis being spread from New Yorkor and 100 in Worcester, and even higher tempera- the bo i of'd election the recent just difficulties hold, that over that"Ie.tio 1 of cattle to his Texas ranch recently """j;
-: : other infected points may be slightly less than It and he says he expects to 'purchaseat
in West
F tures the he has felt the almost un- i hi' cancelled and a new else- the
Lizzie Mustard has brought suit for divorce was a month or six weeks ago it is still an 'actual ceasing ocean and gulf breezes that sweep the coast tin, called to fond too whole coun'.yof 101 the least season.3,000 more In a before recent interview close ,;J Ji

l from Will Mustard in the courts of Lee county. possibility. But the splendid service rendered by of Florida and temper the heat as it is rarely tem- Oirtoln for a million dollars for I i Mr Elam declared he thought Florl- >

j Appears to us this is a case of "100 much mus- the various city health boards in co-operation with pered in the West or in much of the North:' (food roads.-Florida--+- Grower |da would eventually be the greatest '
I' lard." the StateBoard, is still in effect with its rigor in . Judge James W, Perkins, of the I jcaUU-raising State I in the Union because "i\
degree diminished. And this will work Circuit court, last week rendered a I of its climatic conditions and M ; A,
-: :- no as efficiently FLORIDA'S AREA COMPARED TO AREAS OF the which are the '1 1I *
grasses year
We have a good mind to run down Tampa way. for the welfare of the children in term time as OTHER STATES. issue decision! recently validating voted the $250,000 bond |around.-letter of E. T. Hollingsi '
m Oscepla coun-
and get little Miss Annette Kellerman to teach us in vacation. -:- ty for road purposes. It is under- ;i worth, Jr., in Manufacturers Record.
how to swim.-Macclenny Standard. You will have I The annual opening of the schools usually brings The stood that the intervenors, the Con-
Columbia (S. C.) Record I u
to lick Bob Holly first. some slight increase in a few of the children's diseases citing'sugges- i"li notably diphtheria but this condition the ,ions made by newspapers which would have Flor- Investment Company and several individuals a news article of much interest S
-: :-
will take the to th- '''to the people of this section being "l
i The Jacksonville Metropolis claimed too much doctors expect and prepare accordingly. It is not ( ida split into two small States, says the northern Supreme court.-Fort Pierce case Tribune. ,: an account of the cats of some of ""

when it staled that Duval county was the first to likely that the present season- will'see any marked division would contain aout? 27.000 square milesa -9-- ,,some of his holdings bv State Senator '

assess publicity tax. Several counties in the State difference in this respect but although this is anticipated ( little larger than West Virginia) and the southern Jacksonvills Somebody should on the Metropolis adviser at Arthur E. Donegan to a Jackson! 1
fret an villa financier and two
r among them Osceola. have been assessing a tax ,'it rarely has been urged as a reason for division about 41,000! square miles (slightly who keeps. informed on affairs ,'Orlando. This business change means ;>

4 for publicity purposes for several years. not t opening; the schools at the customary time. smaller than Texas throughout Florida. Here comes an ,,the development on larger seal of ,
-'- Florida has a reputation of being a State' ) editorial last Saturday saying the the town of St. Cloud because Senator ,'.
The Record evidently has quoted from Duval commissioners were the first'i Donegan has sold his bank holdings ,
Say the Tampa Times: "Scientists say the female ,abounding in healthfulness. The reptation has erron- -
to levy a publicity tax. That writer
his '
.. mosquito, not the male does all the biting. been maintained even enhanced during the most eous statistics. The total of 27.000 and 41.000 is should have been informed that Lee''' tion to that the he sale! n.ay of devote the realty atten-whichhe

Mean things! We thought so all along the time. trying period of 1916. The conditions of climate 68,000 (square miles), Whereas Florida's area I county was the first to do this having : has purchased from the Seminole

What? "Thought so"I! How did you come to for- and temperature have as usual made living hereso including the surface secured legislative permission Land and Investment Co. Orlando is *
even large is
water 58,666
four years ago. Since then, to our : interested !because two of its leading* ,*
get your Kipling so easily: "For the female of the wholly comfortable an dpleasurable. that vaca Osceola "
miles-about less knowledge county followod concerned '
10.000 than the Record citizens have become in
) square
species is more deadly than the male. tionists to northern resorts may have in the futureto suit. Lake county did lh.-> game at other centers of this immediate district ,;
-: :- : invent some new excuse for leaving their Florida figures. the July' meeting. IlillRborough which means broadened oppor- r
sly y a Our sister city St. Cloud deserves congratula- homes in the good old summer time.. From this 58.666 should be deducted 3.805 to county adopted the same things at 'tunitv for them. Senator DoncgarTs '

e tion and likewise emulation? Although but littleover ,f 6,000 or more square miles of water surface. This the other August instances )Florida There, but may we be'his friends new will venture.feel especial He has interest owned in

t six years old the "Wonder City" voted a, city STATE DISRUPTION MEANS ANOTHER LAW water area far exceeds that of any other State know of these. Sn Duval county can property n St Cloud for Home time,
bond i issue of $115,000 on Tuesday by a majority FACTORY. hardly claim to be the pioneer,- and] hall Ix>en identified, with the bank
but is stated the lowest" '
rj. of almost seven to one. The bonds will be used -:- it var.ously figure being Leesburg Commercial. there, but now that h is to push the> ,".

's 'for the building of a city water plant and a modern It is generally admitted that Americans are governed 3,805 square miles and the highest something more I' Florida is. steadily-*-- coming: to lh-. I I may development be expected of that that thriving it will grow town and it .i

t sewerage system. principally by their courts-by their judic- han 6.000 square miles. Utah, with its 1,700 front as a cattle-producing State, and prosper as never before. Arthur
'? -.' .- square miles of Great Salt Lake, is the State having I already there ara several I large stock- | l>orienan!:; is a progressive citizen and ,
The Lakeland Star thought so much of the iary. ... the next largest water area. yards and packing plants being estab I'it is lucky for St. Cloud that I.e 1 has *
"{ Gazette's of Kissimmee's advantages Theoretically the laws which govrn us are Therefore Florida's actual area, excluding its lished in various sections. A fact i i becom-3 its patron saint and chief! ,'
Valley portrayal
showing that the cattle Is booster. Orlando R
as a capital city site that it appropriated the those. contained in our nations! and state statute water surfacE, is somewhere between 52,000 and I ---- industry ;II. -

F: whole thing and changed the word "Kissimmee"to books. 3,761 square miles.

Lakeland. Thanks for the apology. Brother Practically it is not so. For the laws which I I Divided by two this area would make two small

., Bloom but why not join us in our campaign for States, each slightly larger than West Virginia-
principally if not entirely us are those Letters From Our. Readers
ly? i Kisiimmee? Lakeland has enough advantages al- govern which contains only 24.170 square miles. The next II J
4 ready without being the capital city. Come on. mandates comprised in MORE THAN THIRTY largest Slate South Carolina is of quite modeAt 1

Bloom be a port. THOUSAND VOLUMES OF JUDICIAL DEC[S- size comprising 30.989 square miles, or 6,81' I ,
.-: :'- IONS-federal and state. square miles larger than West Virginia. Then come

If Kissimmee citizens would show as much interest The average law book is about three inches Maine (33,040 square miles) and Indiana (36.359 DO WE WORSHIP IDOLS? our upon Creator the same after day the called same manner by the, ,'?

in all public affair a* they ,showed in thetermefer thick. Therefore these, 30.000 or more volumes if square miles), both far below the average in State Editor Valley Gazette-: same name as those heathens did b_ j 1;
sA ordinance before the city council last area. States having larger area are: A person who would have the hard- fore us. In the early history of the i
Monday night there is nothing that the city might: stacked in one pile lying flat on one another, would It can be noted that 40,000 to 70.000 square ihood to say that in this day of enlightenment Jews, according to Josephus, the \;
make a pile approximately one and one-half miles miles of is convenient.proportionable. and things people could do on the Sabbath .
not accomplish. Good people this city is yours area a ,' the American people were almost entirely restrictedto "'-fI
and 'each and every one of you ought to have a high. desirable size 'for a State. There are twenty of worshiped Idols, he would at once be the leading of worship by the %t;.

n say in itt management. The way to get it i is to Legislative and judicial chaos! No other na- theseFlorida it the only one in which division denounced by all well thinking peo- I Monks and Pharisees, and the penaltyof "
i.i ted. Even in ple aa person who ought to hove a little thing like lighting- fire '.
advoc Colorado twice
in and' nearly a*
come out 'public, ,meeting. express, your- tion, on/Earth hat a burden anything like it. his sanity examined into in order to preparatory. for crooking food thomoving
large Florida and having 50,000 more ;.
salves a*
popular ,
determine whether his hallucinationwere
Florida of armies the of
Yet, s State dismptionists would make plucking
-i--.= tion, there i* no' perceptible sentiment for division. not the culmination of some disorder grains of corn for food,. the healing ,

Orlando, through her enterprising: Board 'of confusion worse confounded by needlessly creating Kentucky??_..40.598 Missouri .__... 69,420 of. mind that would be likely to of a sick man, or the walking of a ; 1
Trade Fred M 'Allen .ha another ,,little law factory-another State Supreme Ohio _'_._._'41,040 Oklahoma '___"' 70,057Tennessee' develop into an acute stage and ren- healed person, from disease, carrying- ,,:
Secretary; been'calling .::. .. 42,022 North Dakota ._ 70,837 der the subject violent and therefore his bed, was death, inflicted by being, .
the Attention of the big companies* who issue atlases Court-that would add its. unnecessary quota to the Virginia*.'__./--- 42,627 Nebraska ______ 77.662 dangerous to run at large.\ stoned until life became extinct. ? .
and literature which carries the population of cities 30.000-odd volumes of judicial law (decisions) Pen nsylvsnia __ 46,126 South Dakota ._ 77,615 Yet. if one will do a little studyingand From the time when, as we find In' '''J'''l
u : that off that confuse and impede Justice and burden Missisoipri _!_ 46,865 Kansas _____n 82.168 make some research into ancient the Bible that God created the heav'I .
; tied town to the effect they are away on now Louisiana Idaho __ ___.. 83,888 history, it will be surprising how {, 'I
the population of that city These publications American taxpayers and litigants. New York 48,506 49,204 Minnesota u_nn 84,682 nearly akin to idolatry the modern ens and the earth, and all thing that \,
i' That would be of the several undesirable ___ _____ forms of Take in them is, in six days and rested on \
have been using the federal census of 1910. which one Alabama __un 61,998 Utah u 84,990 day worship approach. the. seventh, to the present day, there \
i*, unjust to most Florida cities. Wouldn't it be results of creating two little State where ONLY North Carolina 62,426 Oregon ___nU 96,699 for instance the name of the first has been some penalty upon the violation '
< a good plan for Kissimmee to do likewise? Our ONE FLORIDA amirably serves or easily can be Arkancaa ______ 53,335 Wyoming ___u 97,914 day of the week-Sunday: Where or orofanation of the seventh Y
k Wisconsin _____ 56,066 Colorado ______103,948 did it come from ? How did welcome
population as shown by the state census of last made to. the welfare of its citizens. Iowa 66,147 Nevada _______110,690 bv the name? To what does it ave day, or as we have it now, the first 4 1
day of the week. In state it is
our t ta
year i.i double that shown by the federal census of Illinois _- 66,665 Arizona113,956 reference TAcoording violation of our civil laws to pursue
1910. FLORIDA'S SUMMER CLIMATE. Michigan 67,980 New Mexico __.122,634 to ancient history, theSaxonsthe any form of business! trade, manual ."J
FLORIDA 68,666 people we are
----- labor, buying or selling shooting
-:- Montana 148.997 or
::- about 63,000 ------ taught that we descended from-
The city council deserves eommendatfc for the Florida's summer climate is coming in for wide Georgia actually____on 69,265 California ___158,297 worshiped idols. During all the ages! fishing. 1
in which it handled troublesome_ water publicity as a result of the advertising of the Florida Wisconsin! _____ 69,127 Texas _________265,89 of their uncivilized existance, the be Back In the old Roman history will
V4 manner different Idols worshiped by them found some of the, to us, perhaps, .
( meter problem. The members have shown that First Commission on this subject. The areas of the pin-point and peewee States were many but of them all, there most absurd le :al regulations covering 1
they wish to represent as near as possible the will The Manufacturer's Record, whose editor are: were seven of the most important. the conduct of the people on Sun- IR I

of the people which is always a difficult thing to Richard H. Edmonds is a great booster of this Rhode Island __ 1,248 Massachusetts __ 8,266 The Idol of "Sun" which represented day. In Massachusetts in 1716, it '!
State writes as follows: Delaware ______ 2,376 New Hampshire 9,341New the glorious luminary of the day was provided by law that "whoever
However believe that the ,
t; accomplish. we new ordinance "Congratulations to Florida I It has struck out Jersey ___ 8,234 Vermont u____ 9,664Maryland was the chief object of their adora- was absent from Sunday service for }
a* now drawn will serve to meet most of Connecticut ___ 4,965 ______ 12,327 tion. It is described- lilus the bust of one continuous month, was punishable -
the objections raised against the first ordinance proposed straight from the shoulder at the dense ignorance a man set upon a pillar; holding, with by a fine of twenty shillings! or
The wale( meter plan is one and which prevails in the North. to Florida's summer West Virginia is not in the pin-point or peewee outstretched anps, a burning wheel three hours in the stocks." !
a new climate. Probably nothing about the South or in classifications, but it is far from being of the size a before his bresrst. The first day of After all, it does not matter what
will have be tried before the best of
4 : to manner the South is thoroughly misunderstood than State should be. It is of pocket-handkerchief size, the week was especially dedicated to we call the seventh day of the week. .
k" handling the problem is ascertained. The council more its adoration which they termed "The or whether we call it by a name. The .
; 'k ha stated that if the ordinance. now drafted does the South' summer'! climate. There are some por- I figuratively speaking. That is what Florida's disruptiomsts Sun's Daeg" from which our present most important duty we owe, is the ;1
not satisfactory when into force, such tions of the South which are hot in summer but would make of this state-two pocket- English word "Sunday" was derived.It service we do, not only on Sunday ,
.'e prove put there are many portions in which the summer cli- handkerchief States. will be seen that although] we but on every other day of the week.
k changes as appear necessary will be made by do not worship Idols, we do worship
The Gazette submits that circumstances MILTON PLEDGER.
mate is far and away ahead of the Eastern and Valley

t amendments. Western summer weather. are far from justifying such an economic governmental .- .- -. ---y.----- - - ..._.....-...-. -. -.-.-.-. .-.-..--. .. .. '. - . ;. ;. - - .
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"Florida or at least the commercial organizations political and geographical misdemeanor.In .
OPENING THE SCHOOLS. of a number of towns in that State have de- some respects it would have the proportions of .

-:- termined to make a fight in behalf of Florida's summer -. a crimea; crime against the eternal fitness of Classified Advertisements

j ;'," Never before in the history of the State has climate. ,With that in view they are carryinga kings. f J

i the health of Florida's citizens been guarded with joint advertisement about. big as a page of the .. ... ._ .. ._ ..6---------_ . ._ - _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ ,
- - - - - -
(;d greater watchfulness than during the summer drawing Manufacturer's Record in Boston papers headed: N. B., STUART-KEEP OFF OUR GRASS. '---.VVVVVVVOVDO.D09
" to a close. The only possible exceptions have 'The Days Are Pleasant in Florida and Nights -:- -Six room modern cottage FOR SALE-By: owner fivo room

,: been when epidemic has actually invaded and over- Delightful All Summer.: :"We've nothing against Kissimmec; but. havinghad close in; $12: per month. E bungalow :n heart of town three

whelmed individual communities and threatened the -"This is followed by an interesting story in re- a long name for the Slate capital for years E. Wells Real Estate! and Insur-! hundred feet rom school! hound and !

Well being of all sections. In this regard the State gard to the summer temperatures of Florida to the what's the matter with a short one-like Stuart ance. 104 Possiel Ave. (The Inn). new perstoffice site If interested I'

y' Board of Health iuues the following bulletin: cool nights, to the sea breezes which sweep over for instance?" the'Stuart Messenger has asked. let me hear from you. A. E. Ford

Never before have the health boards, state and the State to the beautiful lakes and to the fact Four major reasons Brother Millmore-and a STALLION FOR COLT SERVICE- 16 Broadw.:!y, Kissimmee, Fla. 36-2t

i local, been -more alert and never before have they that sun ner time in Florida is a leisure season for lot of minor ones. Hearken to the four majors: Strong intelligent gentle excellent DWELLINGS for rent apply to M.
had to fully the active and intelligent cooperation >> then gardens and farms and groves and livestock 1. Stuart is too far from the center of gravity. condition. Money refunded If no Tiller. '

of physicians everywhere. It is a striking trib- require comparatively little attention. During this 2. Stuart is on the sea coast; wherefore our colt. 422 West Oak street. 6tf "Ii

ute of confidence in the medical profession and season of the year the Florida fanner is to a considerable date buildings and archives would be in dangerof 600 MILES best hog and cow range. '4

I; in the constituted health authorities that there has extent resting and having his pleasuretime. destruction by bombardment when comes the FOR EXCHANGE-A $300 piano fora A 300 acre farm for sale in range,

l *; been .no alarm nor undue excitement, in spite of Early in the fall he begins his active plant war to which Wall street's brand of "preparedness" Ford car or horse and buggy.G. .- 4000. Dixie- Highway; railroad. _

the fact that the infection of infantile paralysis ing season and works with vigor through the fall is leading Uncle Sam. G. Cromartie. 85-3tpd Capt. T. Hall, Utopia, Fla. 86tf

from northern center ha been a menace to Florida and winter and early spring but to a considerableextent 3. As for shortness--Stuart has no show with CACTUS-BURBANKS

in no treat degree imaginary or unreal. summer is his playtime. Day. Ebb. Eva. Jay Ona. Rio. Roy. and Rye. LOST-Wednesday Gazette morning betweenthe :forage vnricuea. Immens fruiting crop And s
8 the
So far a* ,i i. positively known at the present "That commercial organizations in Florida have 4. What patriotic Floridian wants his State office post- ready for cutting; reduced rates for
. I Writing, not a ingle case of the disease ha en- had the wisdom and liberality in the very heat of capital in a'town named after a family of British Return, pair nose glasses in case. rt" tlmfivo years throwing it

tered the tale during the summer. The statement summer to spend money freely in advertising in monarch who had a bad reputation? reward. to this office and receive here. it M.the dairyman's; best ''

S. naado withrtaution: while confirmation of the New Englaind paper might by some be regarded, a* Will that hold you? Give us a hand, anyhow Springs, Fla. Somerville'Crysal. 36-4t, >'I. !:

''diap) of a single doubtful 1 case i i. being awaited nerve without justification, but those-who have en- in getting the state capital away from the Georgiastate FOR SALE!-Missionary strawberry ty--

'r, 'by. the:State.; Board of Health. joyed Florida' climate in summertime will recog- line. "Kissimmee"may be a little long but plants $2.50 per thousand. W. E. WANTED room modern TO RENT house --close Good in IS within to ''' i',

,;/ >Ja the larger'center.of" population in the State I nize that those' commercial 'organization* have done roil know it ha a mighty pleasing sound Just George Route 1, Box 5. 35-6tpd next 10 day: *. Either furnished, "''r,

the general'bealthof"citizens appears' to be quite splendid piece of work. Knowing .that the summer be glad iris not Apalachicola. Panasoffkee. Caloo- FOR SALE: or unfurnished. Give full particu Jt

'up ,to die average.for. the season, and probably climate .of their state it greatly, misunderstoodand aahatcl e, Thonotosassa. Itchepuckesaisa. or a ,*election plant for-sale.Misoionary S. T. Fansler.strawberry Ian* and .price and I will look at ;
,. "communi- knowing that that does front Joe Hugh Reese'. vocabulary .1') ..Route Box your property next 'week ,Geo., D. "
t ;iaemewfiat;-. ;:above. ,the, ..era..1a many. misrepresented' f :State:, 1. 8'i4th William, MU Yarns,. Ill', / ,I.

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1. !.TIiE><133ilOtELVALir? m We'sell for let.*.. 'The Quality Store. For:cash-. *: tablei 4reeywft& :every Ioe"crea'm. sandwidteW CORNER: torn out. but not until It'had mad*.'at FOREBODING.GeorgeAde, .
pair school -shoes"purchased '.t-Gil. DRUG; STORE.- least doion' '
('1'.1......If..u..) Biff line of school. supplier' at Gil. bert' S8-2t I a .peetDeuw'le1pt1.There; ---.0'-' '
art hundreds of those .
bert', .38-2t ? M.: Katt' "Silver.KJngt"feeding1 like many another mlsogynisua -
'''''' returned Sunday from
I G ...I PaWl.W\ ZyU7 ?rnaa",8yw1 I:J\k 8 'r .Where can you'' gt those,delicious combined business and pleasure trip up to ,"c1 alonSthe coast now a .amp-Ie.-, and its bachelor, Is i in great" demand "

, ., .ILUU\I. A M..a.tlaati., ..A.OIi Bros..s the new "Baby Buldc"' .- at Mach. ice cream sandwiches;.A-the, "CORNER in,the .north.... during which her visited Coronado item in*New SmyrnaNews.. dins.: 'at. best". jean at, western "wedAt'a 4
1/ DRUG STORE. Made. with Baltimore Philadolpha.! New York /t /s --L e \ "* '' ;
'Meet: me at the 'CORNER -DRUG ,Poinsettia creanVCoii. ; and points in Main. Mrs., Katz re. Lacy Johnson, private' sect stary' to recent wedding brealfast"laChicago .(
STORE. 'r'School '\'thebi ;: mo&sUwllfcbe,+ mained j for a stay, of several weeksin Congressman, J. 'SeAn, ''returned Mrd''Ads' laid in' the. !.. courss '
{ of a toast i'
Portiiand;Mo.; end other places before home from Washington last .night.. ,
+ 'M B cRgsTAre sho s-you,can'..get 'em at for a few days. Have your eyes ex. returninhopts.. Mr.- Sears will remain till congress d.JourM .".. have often' been, asked. why' ...Lnever
.. amined'' before h..leaYell.t..H..O.. I
1':, c Gilbert's.: < 38.2t ,' ( ,, which.?will, probably .be" tomorrow niarried. came very near
Brown. A Jewelers and.optomotriste. Mr., and!Mrs. D. Alderman The beautiful ;
.Co.., : .W. and piarryinr once. girl was
t : ". ... For Sale-Horses, m lo. and Shetland . .; .. '. a. .. -f baby Clarence Alderman, Leroy Les. > 'and I sat down at mT.t )ewriter ...
C of. ponies J.;-W., Miller ' tf '' returned Icy Mr. and'Mrs. H. C.Harper,,'-Mr.anJ Rev, A.JMl:''Chtsnblm will 'preach at one night to propose to her! in a passionate '
MIs.MattMBand has J Mrs. E.. D. .Katz; Miss Dorothy the Christian church' Sunday' morn. love-poem. ' '' "
l oJr' Buy Reed's box cakes at' ten cents.. from- an extended trip through the Smith, of Pittsburg. Pa., and Mi Katz inir on "Tempering .Life." Sunday "The ftrct''line of thie'poem'.ruedwith ''
I They are mcd In Kissimmeo., S3-2t North, during which she visited New composed a pleasant party whicn'me- night,he> will speak on '"The Throe "Cupid.' I m..d.thor01l&h.;; i.
I York, PhU.delphiaA.Ua.ntlc' City, Old to Windermoro Sunday and enJoyed Links' of Destiny" 'A cordial. welcome search but found that only one word
Py If you nerd d! a horse or mule, or a:(Orchard, .Ms.', Atlanta, and various a plunge in Lake''Bud.r. is extended to;aIL that rhymes with 'Cupid' 'stupid.! '
pair of -either, cjmo) end see what we other points. I "This made me hesitate," Mr. Ad., r.
- t Pa1: !navo in our stock: pens.-Mach Bros. ;I Charles, Prcvott has purchaOed The South Florida &: Gulf railroad Don't fail to nee the new; suits for concluded, "and J. have hesitated ever'.
a. is building' a fino depot at Prairie men and boys. F. H. Lawson. since." '
: '\: The new "Buick Four" has arrived. '{!half interest in a five and ton cent Ridge, the present terminus' of the 'The Tami Times sy: The Flor- "
It's Just a small edition of,the 6fBulckSix" i store In Winter Hav-"i the other half line. This is not far from trio demonstration ida Baptist Wilncng. edited for two! WANTED AT NEW EDEN.
' .. uo..tooOtOt'OtOOOOO. owned his brother.
'tti and it Dells for $740 right here. i will leave by Jennings, form of the Southern years by a group of lour able pastors, ----..
\ See Mach Bros about one. and/he some time this weekto Colonization Company. Tho new will from now on Lave Dr. A.'J. Holts White married man with family of "
Weather Report make his permanent homo ttare.. structure will u sure 40 by 80 fe-et editor-in-chief. Dr. Holt is a lovable two or more school children; monthly' t
Word has been received by reta-I in.dimensions. Christian, brilliant writer and
. The fall examination for teacherswas : wagos; no house rent and public
the tives that at Sam Norfolk Story, Va.has'He enlisted' held at the court house this week Miss Ethel Lee, an attractive young an indefatigable worker fvr good, and school on plantation. Address W. E.> ...
navy under the superv lon of C. E. Yowell, lady of Klssimmeu arrived in Arcadia we congratulate the Baptists upon Farmer, Narcoocsee, or A. E. ThgmJa. ;
mechanic and will tako -
.. as a thafact that he will edit their state
temperatures of In- Kissimmee.
Following are daily in that line. county superintendent public last night. Miss Lee will attend _
and precipitations as reported I struction. Five white persons and school in this city, and while here she paper. 111, '

, by Government stationat New shelves wero built in the five colored attended the otato tests. will be the guest of her sister, Mrs.Z. Just arrived, fine grade chewing
' Kissimme for the week end Story this week to N. Parker. Miss Lea BARBER PRICES'Share
} stcfre) accommo-I Phone rants We do the gum. For the next few days will sell
;. . ing Thursday. September 7th: date the new lino of shoes ning. The your Quality Store run-. school in Arcadia last term, and nfttde 6c size at one penny1.' F. II. Lawson. .__.. ___._._.__..i.,, 15e
. Max. Min. Rain been t added to the stock of this grow many friends.--Arcadia. Newj. Haircut __________.. __.__.._ 33C'x
73 ing business. Dr. A. P. Montague, president of Beaded slippers will probably enjoy Shampoo .__ _.. ._ __ S5e
Friday :--V2: Gingham for school dresses 9He at ? - - -
i. t Columbia Collejre, Lake City, will something of a vogue this autumn Hand ..... .. SSe
71 Rev. A. M. Chisholm and family' the Qulaity Store. ? ?
__ and
, i Saturday ,94 another fact about foot.
preach -at the morning and evening Vibrator Massage ___________ $3c .
, moved this week from Emmett streetto
Sunday __ ____90 73 the Kochenderfer at tho services of the Baptist church Su' When the bowels I'' foil uncomfortable wear-this one perhaps la not wel Vibrator and Hand Massage

, Monday __ ____39 70 .93 corner of Royal and Orange property street in ay in the absence of the Rev. O. B. and you miss tho exhilarating come-ia that prices are still soar-. combined ____...__?--__-- SOc
Tuesday __ ___95 72 ..20 North Kissimmee.If Falls, who is holing a meeting at Ox-. feeling that always follows a copiops ing. Witch hazel Steam ____-._ 23e
\ _89 73 morning operation, a dose of HERB- Hair Singe -..---- ...... -2SeBeard y
!". ; Wednesday h you want it in a hurry phone ford.Mr.. and Mrs. 'left INE will set you right in a-couple of Whenever You Need Ooaeral Tonic Trimmed'-( -___-.. 23e! r
; :,. Thursday __ __86 73 297-tho CORNER DRUG STORE. Myro-.i: Kenny hours. If taken at bedtime you g-st Take Grove's Beard Trimmed and Haircut. JOe
.' Monday for DeLand, where they will its beneficial effect after breakfastnext The Old SUndardf( Grore's Tasteless Tonics StandardPrices.. '.
\. ..O.OOoQo .O'c.oooOO.OO.OO. . John M. Hansell!, who is now Superintendent spend some time in the hope that a chill. Tonic is valuable
:: of I day. Price 50c. Sold. by Osce equally as n The above to go into effect Oct. 4 ,'_
, change will benefit Mrs.Kenny's
". -- of the new! South Flori- General Tonic because it contain the lat "
-PharfIJ cy .
da & Gulf Railroad, with headquarters health George W, Persons ? : : well known tonic properties QUININE 1916.KENNETH
), .T, .. .O.OOOO.O.CjtOOO.OOOOOOO' at Kenansville.! came up Saturdayto has rented the Kenny home and is T. J. Farr, who has been spending and IRON It act on the Liver Drives A. C. TYSON.P. BUTLER. "" 1
spend Sunday with his family. moving there this week. some time in Forest Park, Ga., writes oat Malaria, Bnricliea the Blood and A. E. FORD. 38-41
' that he will return to Kissimmee noxt Builds the W..o1eSyatem. 30 C8llta.II y
; i The Local Field i W. C. Bradley, who was first ser- Are your eyes giving you proper week. Mr. Forr soys there l is no place up I '
: geant of Company B. Second Infantry service? If not consult Cola, the Optometrist like Kissimmee. He says: "I nave: -- --- .. ""it
N. G. F., returned home Tuesday, I
been in most all the leading cities of I
+..O.O . .
been .OOO".O.OOO.0606.00000.00.000" ' '" IWLet
laving granted a discharge on
," 00.000.60000000&0'6.000.000Fire The county board of commissionersset Florida in the past four years and I'
account of a dependent family. here tell that I know Kis-
am to
' a record for ; business, you
; expediting
: Insurance. See A. E. Drought.Buy simmee bo far ahead of them all,"
I Kreamer Van Duzor and Herman when all the work ... was com- to
, ..y"I" Gil- lassler[ of Orlando( were in the city I,pleted Monday in two hours. The Us You Decide
.y"f.f.\\' your scho i aupplies' ot 38-2t. Monday. Kreamer has reoently taken I''!board met at ton o'clock and when I. W. Thompson, of Now York, is Help ;
; bert'B. in the city for a visit with G. M.
tho whistles: blow
noon everything
l. the for the Woods Mobil lette,
agency Shearouse Jr., director of the Kis r ti
}t: Meet me at the CORNER DRUG and was here exhibiting his car. ,I I was ready for adjournment.How simmee Concert Band. Mr. Thompson -

g:, STORE. ThelStory I and Mr. Shearouse were mem- !r. ..
Everything in school supplies. ] about )01" eyes ? Consult
of the band of of
' Mrs. H. C. Harper was a visitor to Store. I Cole the Optometrist before he bers one UncleSam's
d Orlando on Thursday. leaves. With H. O. Brown & Co. 1 warships. While here Mr. Cut Glass Sterling Silver. Rochcsterware and many ?
is in touch with
Mrs.: J. D. Clark mid daughter, Miss Thompson keeping
, Fred BOBS has accepted a position Lottie, returned home this week from E. A. Neimeyer and daughter, Miss 1 music by playing with the local band. other articles that will suit the occasion.We .

(. with the Tucker Brick Company. Ashevillo, N. C., whore they have Anna, returned Tuesday from a vacation Mrs. J, Wade Tucker and children
always been spending/ the summer. Mr. of Several weeks spent in Penn- returned this work from Atlantic have some special snappy pieces at moderate
, t Our box cakes, 10 cents, are Clark returned some ten Jcyc ago. :
sylvaia. Niemeyer states that
I Beach, where they have been spending -
fresh. Reed's bBk ry. 332tW. I the weather has been cold prices.
'f. F. E. Caldwell r.rrivcd lost Saturday decidedly several weeks. They were ac- ;
from Omaha, Neb., and will make in Pennsylvania and that it was nec- companied home by Mr. Tucker, who
, l H.visitor on the, of city Orang last Center faatur-, his home hero with his daughter, Mrs.J essary to don winter clothing. visited Jacksonville on business this The same Motto prevails; no trouble to show goods.

" t.- was a W. 1. Barber. Mr. Caldwell has been I week. They will occupy the Van der Come in and the firm. .
| New shoes at the
day. Quality M-eersch home until their residence
living in St. Cloud for tl.o pact six new -
,; \' sandwichesat"Mighty fine I tell CORNER DRUGSTORE cream years.. I Quality Special Store.prices on remnants at the north ot'the city is completed.Sea II't

'"j. -_- Miss\. Elsie Norton returned Wed Island 36 inch, 7He, at the /r iA
nesday from her vacation and is againon Check a cough or cold i in the lungs Quality Store.W. r

a as t, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dennis spent duty at the post/office.? During ,before it develops( a serious cane. '
Tuesday with G. .B. Woodall and I her absence sho visited Dundee, Bra- BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP J. S. Carr and son Lawrencehad H. O. BROWN & CO.
; family. dentown, Haines City and other is an effective remedy for all sore t a very interesting battle with a l
" points. I ness or congestion in tho Ivngs or air, large tarpon in the ocean Tuesday
''i Mrs. M. F. Sears has returned : passages. Price 26c, COc and $1.00 I morning. These disciples of old Jewelers and Optometrists
home from a visit with relatives in Misses Susie Tyson and Alberta per bottle. Sold by Osceola Phar-' "Ike" have been' trying for tarpon for
.r.i Georgia. I Anderson, of Shingle Creek, and Myrtle macy. some time and came near making SUCCESSORS TO. COLE JEWELRY CO. I
t. Barber, of Boggy Creek, and Nor- good this trip. Mr. Carr held this one H. O. BROWN.Massa '
I .. Our tablets aro not reduced in size. ma Reeves of this city, were the The' Valley Gazette is indebted to for over an hour before the hook was
,r. Good values and a big lino at guests of Mites Thelma Woodall last. J. A. Santiago, the genial barber at
bert'. 'Gil-j Saturday.Will the Butler Tonsorial Parlor for a fine

S', basket of grapes grown at his vineyard ..... -
Mrs. J. P. Fox, of Tampa Mason Tiller arrived home No. 666
Cove . . ... '..
near Green Springs. "Joe"never -
aeveral day here this week,. the Wednesday from Black Point camp, fails to present the Gt-xette 4If\I"'" ,.".- V V"V"" '" .-; ,, .,.
of friends. where\ he Is-aw member of CompanyB fore. with a'' basket 'o1r these line Tbb I*e ecescrlptlon piep... e.p.sIfl; .

J. B: Walker and baby Second Infantry, N. G. Fi to spend'ta grape every season.. lot MALARIA CHILL* V FEVeR
fr. Mr. and Mrs. extended two day*' furlough with relatives i Five e. six oose* will kveak end Fresh Stock of DrugsWe
visi left last with Saturday relative for in and friend ,I IDon't House dresses 98e' each. Von are tf taken then a* e bale tin Deem netrstatn. J
It eet* oat OM Mve beMet OM*)
I to come 'and them.The
Mb for Reed'o box .t rt your child to school'Story Store. aee' ....*....>4 doe. aot......sfafcs*. 2Se I
your grocer with defective eyes. Have them examined have purchased l a large quantity of Fr* h Drugs ;
_. cake They're only ten cent and are today by Cole, -.ho 0
"Made in Kissimmeo." S3-2t rist, at H. O. Brown A Co., jewelers sad Toilet Article* sine the DeW management took
and optometrists, successors: to Cole !

y Mrs. J. B. Reese, of Kissimmeo, Jewelry Co. charge and are now in a position to fill your want*.
the in the city with rela-
spent tives.-Orlando day Reporter-Star (Friday Jim Buckle and Cecil Prentis, ,
members of Company B, Second In-
' ). fantry, N. G. F., spent Sunday and If to* haven't got what;you want
h, Rev. A. M. Chisholm preached two Monday with relatives and friends
sermons at the Christian church! last here, having been granted a fortyeight I w. will get it.
"' a Sunday, having returned from his va- hour furlough.H. .

cation. P. Suhl and family returned! Wednesday -
Miss Clara Ledbetter and mother from a several weeks' automobile Three If Store
have returned from Tcnnesoe, where tour of Missouri and other Days Only Palace.Drug ,
they have been spending several western states. They made tho en-
weeks. tire trip in their Ford machine and OTIS STEVENS M-- r

I For night prescription service report a fine time. FRIDAY SATURDAY and MONDAYWe . ... ...""'....- ... -At ... It t.. iJI.A- ... .

phone 67-CO I NER DRUG STORE. W. W. Careen left this week for t
Tennessee on business. Whip away ... -
R. T. Butler has been confined to ho will visit Mrs. Carson and baby, .
his home by illness for several days who are spending somo thn3 in the cannot control the Wheat Market
this week. He is reported as im- ,
mountains in tho! hope of bznefilting:
) proving.Mr. the baby's health. They will proba- and prices will be higher. Better hurry up

and Wrs. Earl Schofield of St. bly return home with him. New Stock _

,: Cloud, motored over Sunday and, M. S. May and family !have taken
with friends in
spent Kissimmee.the evening Judge Parker's property on Emmett 24 pound sack Self Rising Flour, $ .98
street and moved there this week.
Mr. is of the Corner 12 *. .55 Of Shoes
Children's dresses 25c, 49c. each. May manager f'; .
and Mrs. and chil-
Store May
The Story Store. dren Drug arrived recently to join them.H. : 12 Pastry Flour, .50

-in Will the city Mosely Monday, of attending Windermere to, busi-was N. Bratton, who is engaged in 11 Bread Flour, . .50 Our big line of Shoes for. '

ness and shaking hand with his erecting the buildings for the now
many friends. turpentine still for E. D. Malloy nearLokesee HURRY UP QUICK
Men Women and
spent several days with his Children
,Miss Helen J nts! left Thursday for family here this.week. He states that 12 pounds Granulated Sugar, .. 1.00, .'..
St. Lucie, FIlL, where she has accepted the still will be completed in about is complete. ::
, a school and will teach during the two weeks. Sugar Cured Hams, per pound, .20 now ,

coming Theodore term.Bowen, a member of Horses and i.-.uloa. We have them PICNIC HAMS per pound, :.16, We have the reputation as ;. :: .

and can fit you ip .with what you w. them while wait
N. G. weigh you
Second Infantry
Company B, "
need. See M-ch Bros the "Old
us. Reliable
F., spent several days here this week, Can Wisconsin Pears, ..10 Shoe .;)

:;- having John come R. Bronson on a furlough.returned Friday where E. L.he Reap is ,superintendent of Burmah, of India the, 1 pound box Sliced Bacon, . .35' Dealers of Osceola County"r I \\1

from Baltimore, where he had been Burmah Oil Company, is spendingsome 6 cans Globe-Milk, .25
treatment for two weeks atyLthe time in Kissimmee where he
taking Johns Hopkins Hospital. has many friends, having formerly 6 cans Hebe Milk, .25 r
Our New Line
been a large owner of real estate in 1 1
Dr. M. J. Hicks moved his office Osceola county.Do Club, Pimento and Cream Cheese, .15
this week from tho former location inu' 1' .'
and frown. Evaporated Peaches, per pound, .10 .
the State Bonk building to quartersover not aquint Eyes I
the Corner Drug Store. burn and smart T Have you head- Evaporated Apples, per pound, .10 will sustain that reputation
ache? Consult Cole, tho Optometrist, '
rrt Raymond Beardtsn, who has been before he leave With II. O. Brown Fresh Stock Prunes per pound, 12 1.2 and will be full in every1'detail. '
. !
ill for some time a* & Co.
,? *,*,\:, attack of typhoid fever,eta getting; 16 pounds Whole Grain Rice, 1.00

4-" along as well as could be expected. Pete Savage, a member of CompanyB > .

'I'. ['QI..ura.. G. F. Parker, who fell last Second Infantry, N. G. F.. now in Better buy you some GRUB before we have to put ,
"I" f' at Black Point, :arrived home
:.I Friday dilocatlher well be right expected arm,and- is Monday to Epend": a forty-eight hour a Revenue Stamp on it, and if its not good return it ...
a* can
Pete the are
'. .:thouhas painful the injury will not be furlough.satisfied with rays the soldier boy* life
." well I TO
. ;.!rioa.. and that Company. B to the; boot one COMPANY

? "h* "' Gentle laule "end horses:: ', in paInI. in camp.: H. C. STANFORD : :'

':. or separately. We have/duet Imported 'Taylor'sGash Grocery . ,', .
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a CAT load from the Weet.,,'Com See Col., the Optometrist, about .. ... ,
I. :."" and ... -'..w.J>. we have,'; tooffelr.-. your eye before be leave At H.. O. PHONE 250 ; .
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Cities and' Towns of Florida New .y Notes About Florida has The'a, large Southern force Investment of men busy Company clearIng MUSTANG, '

: the townsite, of Mansota, Mana-
F i, By ,w; A. McRAE 'Commissioner of Agriculture "Geqned'Fro.m': State Papers tee county.fieuortii For Sprains, Laxnene,

-.. Sores Cuts Rheumatism
are coming from Ft. Myori ,
,'' *There are 71 Incorporated cities! and towns in the//iState with 1,000 eT r that mackerel have commenced to run Penetrate*and Heal f
; : DON population and 128 incorporated towns under 1,000 population. ThA >. Work has begun on Miami's! second< perfected their organisation and elect. near' Sanibel and that large catches Stop Pain At OoooFor '
following table gives the cities and town with over 1,000 inhabitants to $30,000 play house. ed W. J.i Durraxlce, president, and G. have been made. .
r"" etherith the county population and rank, according to the State Censui M. Mitchell, secretary.: The name of -=-.- Man and Beast25e.90e.ll.
of 1918 the organization will be th, Ft. MeadeStot'kmeD's At All D ..;
The beach road from Ft. Lander, The Plant City Growers' Assoclo- -
Tewm' County Population. Rank. dale to Dania Is being graded. Association. tion has opened a fertilizer and supply .
Alton Lafayette ____....... 1,060 69 warehouse in that city to supply *,
r Apalachicola--------------- Franklin ____________ 8,400 24 Half million of fish have Another car load of cattle were the Tants of Its members. LINIMENTDR. +
ArcadK ___________________ DeSoto ___________ ---3.504 19 been a from pounds Ft. this shipped! from Haines City last ,week. ---'--
'j Bortorw ___________________ Polk ____________ %412 23 shipped Pierce .V. If. Bailey, of Sajiibel. is ship
?* ; Bonitay ___________________ Holmes _________---- 1,107 67 summer. The truck grower* in the Peace ping seven! tc eight barrels- limn

'< Brookvillo --____--___.--___ Hernando u_________ 1,886 68 river valley, between Arcadia and daily from his groves and receiving
.'r' Bradentown___-,----_____ Manatee __________n 3,305: 25 Tarpon are reported as being Brownsville, organized an associationlast fancy prices for them. '
the St. Johns river below DERBYSHIRE
, ChJpley ______________n___ Washington ___n____ 1,571 51 Jacksonville.rt.caught in . -week of which F. S. Market is .
i 4i\ Olearwnter J------------r-- Pinellas _._______nn 1,932 .42 president and August Forrest is sec Approximately one thousand acres Does General Practice giving special

'f Daytona __----_--___-.___--. :Voll/sia _______u____ 4,626 16 Pierce will have deep well and retary. They will plant thirty-five will be planted to strawberries around attention to Obstetrks end DrMsqts ef
________ Walton _____ 33 a acres to cucumbers and will ship in Women.
t ;i t DeFuniak Springs nn 2,142 in water softener for the city Plant City, Galloway, Kathleen! Sarasota ?
Dade City ____nn______- Pasco nnn__ 1,'60 38 put water. a car lots, as the: first crop. and Lakeland this &eaon. Office: OVER PA1ACC: DRUG STORE

1 lleLand nnn__________.-*. Volusia nn_____ 3,490 20. KISSIMMtf, TLA.
" _______ The school board of DeSoto county Residence, rtioM 18, Otricn Ph-
j i East Millvillo _--- -- Bay __----__-__--___ 1,602 The roadr in Dade county have just The farmers alkfl frowerc at. St. Petersburg
___ ______ __ __ Lake 1,148 65 will help pay ,the expenses of pupils to
J taking
-- -- are steps
4 i Fernandina--__-__n__________ Nassau--===:=:_::=::: 3,114 29. blPIi( re-oiled. and. are now in gooccondition. I of the high schools of that{county onthe the forming 6fa Farm Loan Appticiit-

i Fort Meade __n____________ folk...'un___ _____ 2,150 32'Fort I' following scale. Any pupil living tion under the new Farm) Loan Act.
________ 27 over four miles distant from the ; ALAN
1' Myers _nun I Lee ____ 3,244 J. MacDQNOUGH
unUn Ve-ro is the of)
planning purchase
__ ___ _____ 39 school, $2.00 per month; five miles,
Fort pierce n n. St. Lucie __ 1,942 From the number and size of the
nnn honncal add its
to to
L Gainesville ___-________n_ Alachua _______ _un 6,73. 8 fire two engines $3.0:! ( per month; six miles, $4.00; seed beds planted indications ura that Registered Architect-
Green Cove Springs _____-_. clay ______________n 2,287 31 fRhtir-n equipment. seven miles, $5.00; eight miles, $6.00, there will be a very large :1creageplanted AND

i High Springs -,-n i------- Alachua uun__ 1,265 61 R..II. Pfllicer, of St. Johns county, nitly 50.miles. $7.00; ten. miles and over, to fall crops around Manatee. ENGINEERBRONSON .1
? L$7
Jacksonville __nuu_____ Duval nh_,___ _..___ 66,850 1 acid far thin $30OOC BLDG. KISSIMMBE. FLA.
Jasper ____n_.________--__ /Hamilton __nnn 1,631 49 worth las Florida oo cattle. year Largo' is agitating the Holding of 1
Another brick business is
Key West __--_-__--__--___ Monroe 18,496 4 building n fair in that city for the display
> Kissimmce __n'-_______-___ Osccola .::::-..::::::: 4,221 17 Lake Worth has 'popula- I being. erected at Tarpon Springs.. of the resources and products of J. A. TKOV1LLION, M. D. 'N
Lake City ---_______n_-___ Columbia ____ 3,422 22 no negro .I -'--- *> that t t-crtlon.: r. Special Attention to "'
nnn tion. This is true of only two town. at Riverview l .
Y Lakeland ____nnu__ Polk .____________ 7,287 7 with five hundred I i'arm rs are I1'Ymabng I --_-- CANCER, GOITRE, TUMORS and
n in the
:Ft. Lauderdale _u_________ Broward nn____ 1,870 .4S state. over their hay crop during the fneventher. DISEASES 01THE SKIN. .f}

Leesburg ____________u____ Lako .' 1,360 69 population.The : RUB-IYIY-TISM Orlando Office-Boardman Building .
--- .
Live Oak ____--______--_ __ Suw,ineo :::::::::: 3,294 26 Rheumatism 8to11a.m.
I Lynn Haven ______--____--_ Bay .1____.__ 1,250 62 Ft. Pierce Hotel Company hasapplied Wilson & Toomer will open a cure your Winter Park Office-2 to .4 and tt
I''; Manatee ______--___ __--.._ Manatee nn__ 1,487 54t4 for a charter from the State. branch fertilizer warehouse at Bra- Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps, to 8 p. m. .

Madison--------------_._,- Madison _unn_u_.______ 1,763. .46 They will erect a $65,000 hotel "at'"that dentown at an early date.. Colic:, Sprains, Bruises,. Cute and "

__ ___ ______ ____ 2,357 30 place. Buns
\ Marinnna -- -- -- Jackson nn II Work has commenced the ,Old Sores, Stings' of Insect
Miami __ --__--___--_______ Dado _--____--___--_ 16,692 6 conduits for the on laying Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne used internally -
; Milton _un___________--_ Santa Rosa -______n 1,416 66 county stock industry is to be underground tele- S. II. BULLOCK
ti Monticello _--_--_______--__ Jefferson ____nOon 2,040 35 largely increased this fall by the importation phone system at Ft. Myers. and externally. Price 25c.f j

:5 Mulberry --________--____-- Polk __--____--_----- 1,121 66 of several car loads of I Pineapple shipments from Punta I
7 Newberry unnn_-____- Alachua ___ ____ 1,000 70 blooded cattle.
nu Gorda REAL
; New Augustine n__________ St. Johns --______--_ 1,716 .47 fair are going forward daily and poTATOEE1orIRIfNplanting I ESTATEINSURANCE
>, New SymrnQ _n_________.. Volusia _nn_____ 2,012 37 The Chamber of Commerce of Lake prices are being f For S Sale I

Ocala _____________________ Marion _____________ 5,370 12 Worth will assist in planting ornamental Dredges at work now rmmdr. : '
J _________ __ 10 shade trees along the Dixie are throwing up
'i Orlando __ u Oran go ______n___ 6,448 the emplacements for the abutmentsof Prlc. two, pcripound f. o. b. H .t.Ings .
/ Pablo Beach _______u______ DuvaT _____nn__ 1,000 71 Highway through that section. the Examination
P, ilatkr. un____,.----nPut.nam _____ _nn_ 4,622 15 I bay. new bridge- acrqss ; cash with ordr. of Titles' a
T Palmetto _____nOnoon___ Manatee_n_____u_ 1,625 60 Bonds for road district number two F. R. ALLEN H..tln a.. Florida
j Panama City ______________ Bay __ ___ __ 2,013 36 at Ft. Lauderdale have been validated -I The second dredge has arrived and Specialty.
__ 3 and work will commence as soon
Pensacola Kscambia ___ 23,219 I
unuun un if' hi work on the ditches in the Lake
Perry nnuu________ Taylor __nun____ 1,941 40 at the funds are available. I
arJ/-CroslI district.
Bayou drainage
\ Plant City nnn_____ HilKborouKh( ________ 3,229 28 I : REAL ESTATEHaving Correspondence Solicited. :
.' Port Tampa Ciiy __________ Hillnborough 00______ 1,071 68 The truckers around St. Augustinearc The I
__ 45 agitating the planting of strawberries I surveyors are busy setting/ the
Punta Gorda hhnh DeSoto --__------___ 1,772 ,rude stakes for the HillsboroPmel1ns ,
Oulncy ____u____--.-_u____ Gadsden __-- _--____ 3,451 21 on a large scale and next season interurban trolley road in Pinel- purchased the propertyon Robert
Sanford ________n__nu___ Seminole ___T___uu_ 4,998 14 may see several acres planted to las county. the corner of Brack and Bass Riedel Co.

Starko ____________________ Bradford nunu___ 1,239 63 this crop. streets, cks north of the NOVELTY WORKS ;
Sarasota n______ __________ Manatee _____ __u___ 1,682 484j The Atlantic Coast Line is planning Christian church, N. Kissimmee, I p
South Jacksonville _________ Duval ______unu 1,522 62 The Jupiter Cattle Company has to l build a new depot at Ft. Myers. It have moved both Realty Par- House Bills a Specialty. All Interior Finish \\t
St. Augustine -,_un_______ St. Johns _____nn 5,471 11 been organized with a capital stork will Lt of Spanish style architecture. I my Window and Door Framtt, Windomi '
5 St. Andres nnn_________ Bay __----__--____-- 1,400 57 of $25,000 and will soon be carryingon lor and residence from Lake View and Door Sclr..... f a,

St. Cloud _____n___________ Osceola unn___ 2,080 34 the business of raising cattle, hogs Truckers around Ft. Myers are get- cottage, S. Kissimmee, to same. Phones: Shop 216; Residence 2ST
S. St. Petersburg ___________ ._ Pinellas __un_____ 7,186 8 ar.d sheep on a large scale. ting ready to transplant from their Will be pleaed to meet my old cus- Darlington Aye., Near Freight Depo .oj.

Tallahnssto _____n_________ Leon __----______--_ 5,193 13 seed beds as soon as the rains come. tomers well Select .
as as new. -
Tampa_______?__n______ Hillsborough _______ 48,160 2 The $600,000 bond election for Eggplant and peppers will be the first i!
Tarpon Springs ____nun_ Pinellas __u_________ 1,938 .41 biulding the causeway at Miami was homes, choice farms, vacant lots \
Titusvilla __u______________ Brevard ____n______ 1,310 60 carried by an overwheming majority and acreage at prices and terms W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrell ""j j

SS Wauchula _________________ DeSoto --_________-- 1,839 .44. lat. week and work will commence as I CHICHESTER s PILLS! to suit. City and country proper- CRAWFORD & JARREU.ATTORNEVSAT.LAW '.0,
West Palm Beach ________n Palm Beech u______ 4.09O 18 soon as the money is available. ? BHAM ties for
F S West Tampa _______________ Hillsborough .__,____ 7,837 6 I I l t.t.IYt...w. li''n'- tor exchange.:
Winter Havon ____________ Polk ________________ 1,226 64 Seven hundred and forty acres are I IM14_4_reed .... -_ -Me O Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizens iA

i "Zephyrl ills __________uuu Paaco ______________ 1,450 66a already planted to citrus fruit treesat .... M w.wY n frfaff'irura, tsar' The Elite Realty Parlor Bank Building! ,'.1 i;
with 7,837 population. St. Augustine 1.Y_ ,1
a Tampa has a suburb in West Tampa Fellamere and there is a probability =
Irr t or
-, has New Augustine with 1,716 population; Palatka has Palatka. that this will be increased to ofte': '---.A-a:: ; .l"ay I MRS. SUMMERS MIT.Mr Kissimmee Florida ;. ,

Heights with 734. population; and Jacksonville has South Jacksonvillo with I thousand acres by the first of the SOU BY DRUGGISTS EVEKWHERE Pus$t'Csr., back IHftl halos i
f' 1,622population.
year. -.---
i The following towns are In the 900 class: Blountstown, 927; Carrabelle, .,

960; Crystal River. 900/ ; Dunnellon. 979/ ; Okeechoboo, 982/ ; White Springs, The new Hallendale public school DR. W. W. CARSON "
-900. building ia nearingcompletion and
,;+V nThe only town'not reporting negro residents was St. Cloud. Wauchula will be ready for use when the school C. DENTIST .:
'** reported 8. Volusia leads with 12 incorporated towns, then Alachua and term opens. It will contain! an auditorium Speaking of!' J.I\ A. SCHREIfELS, D.

.( Polk with 11 each and Pinellaa and Putnam. with 9' each- Liberty county I is. entertainments by the, pu- Office over Pilley Building
W* the only ono without an Incorporated town. ,CHIROPRACTORSpecialty pine* Hours: S11 1-s ,
nr, '. Florida is not a state of large cities a majority' the population isF pil".i, r. Ofrlee 'Phona US Residence 'Phone'
: rural, the per centage being 9.3 in a total density of 16.7 to the square mile: Withln'the next week the plant'of Crop profitNet ia Nervous ant Chrome 0.. Administered. Teeth for Extraction _

a The number of people living in the country in 1915 was 613,461, compared to lie Florida Disposal Company will Disease
5 408,167 living in cities and towns, the total of the State being 921,618. begin the manufacture of fertilizer at ,
t St. Augustine, the 11th in airs among the cities of Florida, is th; > oldest Miami. The factory will have a ca- Ouirlittti IH SpliD AHlrill FrM..

1 ii in the UnitT-d States, but age does not prevent it from leading as it does at I!'>acity of a car load a day at first Returns . $1.75 Opening Office October 2nd
.} this time all American cities in a campaign for the "City Beautiful." The which will be increased as the demand Cost to Produce .60 GEO. F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW
Record of a recent date contains a list of 448 home owners in the Ancient 'ucreases. OFFICE HOURS:
City who have flower gardens. This is an example for every city, town and Your NET PROFIT $1.15You t
hamlet in Florida. Let us not only make our city beautiluli but tho State A )building: and loan association has Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays, Collection and Conveyance

,;j* beautiful. No State has a greater variety of oem, color and >cer. formed at St. Augustine, to between 7 and 11 A. M. SpecialtiesHI *
i fragrance in every month. If the spirit of the "Ancient City" can Wp made finance a chain of small citrus groves (grow ALL crons for JilstMtKi t141-tiiMfvtrt9.Mirarkir'. ) | ( tty
,,' to spread to all parts of our State, every hotel and boarding house will haveto at from> ten acres up. The groves net profit. Nit: profit is the Broadway
be enlarged and new ones built. Our climate is an asset, and with right will bf sold and 'paid' for through the difference between what each .'
>;* effort :Florida can be made the real flower and beauty State of the Union. association, just as buildings are nowthrough crate hamper or barrel costs J .
Interested parties in Florida who may desire 'A Study of Our OwnTown" such organizations.It YOU and what you get for ,
are invited to address the Secretary of Council of Health and PublicC IT. You sell by the crate, T. M. RIVERS.
Instruction, American Medical Association, 535 N. Dearborn Street, Chicago; is very probable that the Stateof hamper or barrel; you should M. D. :

Illinois. Florida, through the Attorney Gen- figure your profit the same OUIISOFiRMER$ F PHYSICIAN and SURGEON tila.
,.. Florida i Is bountifully supplied by the Creator with things for investigators eral, will institute proceedings way. Office over Osceola Pharmacy -
-" to develop into usefulness. All about us are growing things inviting against the Florida Coast Line Canal Phona Residence
"' us to experiment with them. The orange was once of no value-being small, & Transportation Company to force Office 148. (1
;, juiceless 'and full of seeds-the apple a sour little crab, and the tomato a that company to clean out and maintain 4
supposed deadly fruit. Investigation has found the cause of many of the the East Coast Canal l so that it w

ir', maladies afflicting the human race. Apply the knowledge and life is made nay be navigable. Attorney General I You spend less pr crate F. KRIBBS
longer, more efficient and more comfortable. The little pest that has crippled West is now on a tour of inspection in growing 500 crate on Insurance that Insures W.'ITJDBD/' :
a great industry has been found-the cattle tick-and the remedy is availabley through the ranal. ONE acte than if you grow ; KRIBBS & STEED

and easily applied. them on TWO acr3-yiu
; Florida is a great state, great in opportunities, in material resources, Parker Bros., of Arcadia have I know that. Good commer- Protection that Protects ATTORNEYS AT LAW
\ and in climatic advantages. It is the best located geographically of any elected a dipping vat on Coon Prairie I cial fertilizer, rightly used
:/ State in the Union. Sir Walter Raleigh once said: The country in com- a mile east of the city, and have often makes the difference Legal business of all kinds flv' ..

mand of tho Sea commands the World. What American State has such a commenced to dip their cattle.J between 250 crates pr less, prompt attention. 1
w the Sea and the World?. A study of the map will
command and access to Officea 11 and 12
.and 503:: crates, or more per State Bank Bld..
w confirm this claim. Let every citizen and parent, every boy and girl of FlorIda F. O'Berry has started a large acre-it cut down what iah Kissimmee, Florida. .
"f study and know their State and they will love it the more, and will help cattle and hog: ranch in ,
crate costs
f make beautiful.ANTHRACNOSE life will feature blooded you. '
it greater and more cc.urty. DAKIN AVENUE
______ .
--- loci', among which will be some or'
,, DEMANS thorough itit.. .I is to give protection: Brahmin cattle. KISSIMMEE' FLORIDA Pat Johnston Q. p. Oarr.... .
Every part of the fruit must be moistened I JOHNSTON
but H"t drenched. To do other Two large phosphate companies in High quality fertilizer ''d-

than efficient spraying: is useless. Polk county, near Bartow, have re- makes most difference FOR < '
ail, Anthracnone of citrus fruits is Keep the solution from I leaves and vnu>d operations after several :.
between and Offices
YOU net
cost 1O 11
and 12 ---' .
t caused by the game fungus that branches as muc has possible. Repeatit north, of idleness, which means "JI- Citizans Bank
causes withertip. Therefore in groves in ten days or two weeks. Results much for this section.The returns. Our thorough a 04++o+004 ooooooooooooc. Building .a
where withertip is prevalent, anthrac- will show in about four weeks. f knowledge of crop needs, Klaalmmaa. Fla.
The disease our rigid system of manu
nose may be expected.
is manifested by dark colored sunken Sickly children need WHITE'S ? County Commissioners of another Seminole facture with every process

"( patches occurring in the skin of the CREAM VERMIFUGE. It not only county district have in arranged that to carefully controlled by especially w. GRIFFIN
drainage county
fruit. Tho darkened spots may be destroys worms, if there be any, but trained mind o'.r I
the Florida Groves
be known J.
regular or irregular in outline. The it acts as a strengthening tonic in as long!: experience In Florida, W. THOMPSON
the stomach and bowels. Price 25c drainage District, near Sanford. and
lesions may occur as a number of gives: i Armour Fert-lizeis, Staple FancyGROCERIES

4- small spots no larger than n pin head per bottle. Sold by Osceola Phar- Maw: sweet potatoes are in the market high profit-making quality.Let FUNERAL DIRECTORand
a or they may involve a Igj'&e I portion macy. at Waldo. Armour Fertilizers make "
r ot the fruit. profit for YOU this season.
The truck of Myakka Cit.yand "
r According to P. H. 'Rolfs, dean of growers free. LICENSED
Booklets EMBALMERStore 3
vicinity met last week and organ- Work on the roads around Seabring
the of Florida College ofAgrieulturo
i University commenced last weeTc.
ized Truck Growers' Association
a ,
e- the first sin of the disease with the following officers: G. W. Free Delivery to all Parts and Chapel, Stewart Are.

+r d: particularly is the true dropping of grapefruit fruit. 'This and t/is Barnes president, and W. W. John- Sebring expects to have its streets of the City Klaadnme. Fla. r "t
son, secretary. paved by the first of next year.
-i a lesser degree of tangerines and

round orang-es. The disease rarely I DM QuMne That Dee Not! n.ct-n. Heal The new $10,000 public school house O..O..O.O.OOOO.O...+...
appears on the fruit before it colors I _..* of IU Ionic and laxatlva effect. LAXATIvRBROM000ININgl.betterllu.ordinarr- at Archer will be beady for use October *
except in some cases. It may attack : Int. M. TILLER
I >
ine. fruit Qnlnia. and doe. ho cane __..** nor fcHalnes Armour Fertilizer Works

t\ Fruit on weak andt poorly colorS'j troll riDKiBB iv la the head signature aemenber. of K. the W. full r...d City will have a public Jacksonville, Fla. LEWIS O'BRTAHATTORNEYATLAW Real state cncy-1: '
trees is especially susceptible.
I There is not so much danger I parking place set aside by the city 1 ....._._. -- r
for automobiles will
T r thracnoee pruned ,to if eliminate the dead wood withertip.has been If LA GRIPPE AND FEYER CURED be required to ,use a.nd owners Warin* Bnlldlnc. Realty bought and sold. ** 1 {

this pruning baa been-neglected the ''"Your Quick's Chill Tonic med A bus line has been Inaugurated rr QwFertilizersl Houses rented. '
my i1T11[
fruit should be watched closely. Dean husband of LaGrlppe and Fever after from Groveland via Clermont Mlneola Taxes paid and Title verified. '

: 'Inspect' the doctor's medicine and other Astatula.* Tavares and Le s- C. F, THRASHER for non-residents.:: t: ,

that the.4I..doea.DOt devettfhr failed." I*' remedios burg, with a side trip to Wildwood SHEET METAL WORKER Fire Life and Accident I la-J
where it will connect! with the S.' A. _
; : i.:,JLmmoniacal solution of copper ear'rE LULA C. ROACH, DrIfteD, Fla L. railway at that point. .M.,., Reek Pt .U .1U1'&dCeo.
< : *onate.'ia recommended for eontroL I '
To** must be and Sold by Osceola Pharmacy 25*. l, c..r-tee I ludemnity'Bondi. ,. +. , :
; epriying prompt Tli. cattle men at Ft. Meadc have HoN / .. ,
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twoJi''r': :;' 1'.' il 'Clo1cfbr' 5ti.i.;; .Pharmacy;:, m "lei. prc "lde4, which apportionment: .of .said plat on ... la th-..ffl.*-".the-
.P vors..theDressesM"CJ.f'er'ials* .. dark Phillips Bros. Adr. shall be based upon the last _n.... taken ., Clerk "rhe.Circuit Court of Osceola
: rrn navy by bT the Stats 01 Florida. or by thu County. Florida, tb, same being a ...b_
. Fancy UniteS .stat.e,. whichever I.' the ta..t divislefl. of Section .... 'Township 31
A fashIonable -,.. : THE DANGER. taken In the several counties of the South R&nge 'I East of Tallahaasei
State, and those that shall met Meridaa&. The
Of Two alder every .platnaDIe bo
her cos time- may
was while traveling.In Swits ten years t".r.att..hall apportion bidders at aajd sale ad will bi atlowed -
,. without a. ..dainty that I proposed toMlas Smith the representation. th*. ,Hose* ot .credit oa their bid to the amount
which she danrles.. ) verge of mountain gorge."Horrors .",. In the manner In -thl. due them underth ssl4 Final veei _
which apportionment This l tile 50th day Pt
Auius A
i bon or.cord.1 I Suppose she had thrown shall I : baaed upon the last oenauenumeration 916. >p-

form of the over t".Baltimore' American. 'State o fORM 8;, CADEL.
of Velvet and Cloth Satin and ? t'ult.J'tat' :
Combination* or Serge Are grandmother used Florida or by whlfclsver As Special' Master. in Chanoery
Is the last taken next before thLegislature This Cause. IT-4t
her belt. In
from -
Contidered Very Smart..-The H ndbaa'n" iiiiiiiiiiiiiinmiiiiLegal *- appocUonlng, the rep -
bag is almost always resentatlon shall convene.,* , WOTICBI ADMINISTRATOR,
same\ material' a* Section 4 of Article VII ef the Con. \ tr*, Sisal IMaehera)
Important Drett Accessory; I : stltutlon Is hereby amended ao aa to '
.' there are numerous '" "w..n' lo '.' ,.. :Oeart ..f 'Oeaaty, Jm4m*. $S.4* "'tad
,,, shape of this any new county la created" by: frids. Oaeeela c.;eaaty.I. '
-- 'which if 'it does : Legislature It shall b>. 'entitled to ,

New York, September 7. designers! in such a dress as this. the costume should IAdvertisementsU one Senator and one member of the r.. Este .1 'a dret&'M. CM.......

Women of fashion today greatly -', They. have even combined two different harVnonite with it. .,, I I 111115 . 111 111111'111" next House enumeration of Representatives provided for until In Seo the It.Notice nay e0fl 111 hereby ern. hat 1r'I".n.01). the to a.IBtb whom day

interested in th..!"two material"tlraM. colors such as tan and brown tive ones' are of' tlon ... of this article, that shall betakeS < 01 October, A. D. 1511 'l'' shalL apply
dark : after the creation of the said to the Honorable '1'. '
preen and gray, and mahogany steel beadsor of NOTICH 'Of ADMIlHUTnATOPl. K. Murph Judge
Has not Paris sanctioned new county or until the next census 01 said Court, a.. Judge 01 Probate for
But KiitaimBcharv )
the amateur should *
beads, and some : enumeration that shall b* taken by: my final discharge* ta Administrate
and forth some of her best beware of combining two colors the United States of America. after the of the estate
them put unless are entirely of C:::*... ef Ceaatr Ja4.e.. Slat ol of Shadrlek M. b
rtrtMs in the fashioning of new versions they are in perfect !harmony, for In crocheted bags rierlea. Oaeeela; creation shall of the the said sooner new b*county taken whichever after deceased will ; and t.that at the same fdri

; of them for the coming seasonT the result may be vastly different attractive new style the creation of said new county'when Counts present.. Administrator said Court Gf my said tinal a.-. -
.. estate
No it is not only tho economical wo frcm what the hands. of. an experienced rious bright colors Notice us E.tat I. hereby.1 Ceari.1r' whom. It ._ala be entitled to one member 01 "Dated l''rtlh.t;: : al.P ,nl"Utam.'ID
the House of for
with to making her combiner of colors would that the every]
man an eye : over produce.In that go round and may Concern! on ht d&y 01 ten thousand population or the major
winter's dress who looks with .. dresses for formal . A. D. 111* I shall apply to WFB .. 2HANDTVRR
last approval wear, one are round and Murphy. the same aa oth.1'A Admiaiatrater.NOTICE .
Honorable T M. Judge ol 'lr.-.tb.rf:
on this style. To be sure, IherJYay sees other comblnationa A white wide. The top is Court, .. Judvs of Probate. for --

take advantage of It, for this Georgette crepe blouse in Russian a cord run-,through y final discharge Administratrix& Joint Resolution proposing *ramendment Or ELECTION.: .
fashion holds great possibilities for style was combined with a'black satin finished the P-tat. of Charles F. Prevail. 8r,. Section Ariel
: bottom is to 1 of VI
.,..... ; and. that at the same tints I To the Sheriff of Oea1a Count of the
her; but needless say, it was not skirt and the blouse was edged In velvet and silk present to aald Court my flnal so- of the Constitution of the State of.| State ,1 P'lorl4a

} .originally planned for her. with a wide band of black satin. number of odd ... administratrix of said estate, Florida S.amended.Acts of 1 IS Joint, relating Resolu.tien Be It known T"at I. 11' CLAY

, There was a shoulder cape of whiteGeora'e well as oval and Dated ask for June their th.approval.A. DL ISIS.SARAH B suffrage's: cll' lttI.I.latU1'. State CRA WFORD.01 Ftor'da Secretary do ......10 of,.8t.t'give of settee the ( -,.
te edged with fur which It by ol that General .
A PRHJVATT. a Election .
will b. held In '. .
t' trimm'ng also finished the' long If-lamotmo Administratrix. the Stats of Florida: Oecla County. Stat of Florida on
t'i sieves. Another dress had DYSPEPSIA That fhf following. amendment tSection < Tuesday next succeeding the first -
seen a
Article VI of the Constitution '
M5dS7 November. A. J). th
AI 1 fill *
blouse of Copenhagen blue chiffon of the Stats of Florida b*. and said Tuesday being: 'h-
i also in Russian style worn over a FOR FIlIAL the same Is hereby agreed to and shall! Seerath e .
b. submitted'to the electors of the For United Jr.'Sn.: = from the 4
couirrtf .
skirt of blue velvet the shade. COMIT or TIlE .VDGIDo
same .
Hats at the general election In ItH State
I }!',,r edged! the blouse. i STATE or n.oHinA. OSCB8LA. for ratification or rejection: March 01. nr.lda;: for eta: years from

Another detail ot fxohion which is -- r. Katate ef COUNTY.R_/ .". ........ Section 1. Every male person of the For Six (I) Presidential Electors. .
. making ''a to the wellre j Notice I. hereby given to all whom age of twenty-one years and upwardswho For one Representative' of the I
strong appeal ;
\ {; DISTRESSING the 10th of Is a cltissn of the United States Fourth Congressional District of the
<; "s"d woman is the use of colored BAFFLED THE may concernht..t on t shall' day to at the time he applies to register she' State of Florida. In the 8Ixt'.ftlth Conf -
er-ibioidery dress An : : ; .t.T. U,1'M apply be deemed a qualified elector at all ress of the United States
as a trimming. . r . Judge of
elections under the Constitution
the For (lovernor of the Stat of Florida
! example is -shown the Illustrationhere Court a. Judge of Probate, for mr
on Stats of Florida. trovlded. he
I I discharge as Administrator of the that possesses For 8.crstry. of Stat of the Stat.
of drtss with the following additional qualification of
a one-piece cart- the . of Roalella Pearaon deceased; Flortda.
!: p (neral
Attorney of the State of
the time I will
that at
IJ I mand for Tanlac,, :, G. .nt" to said Court my flnal accounts nermanetit He shall home have and resided place and of abode had his In Florilla.For Comptroller of the State of

J II ern representative Administrator of said .estate and the: State of Florida for one year and Florid.

II I --- ;i manufacturer of the Dated for their March i aproval.Ith. A: n lilt. In the '.nrx wherein ,he applies I : taregister Ko> Treasurer' 01 ti'e State of
for months, there.
cine, stated recently: . A. .ft. DROUOHT __ .'1:0: < .. previous PlorldatKor Pub1ri c:
I the thousands of ql1 Administrator He must be able' to read. write1 and structlon Superintendent of the State of of Florida. In.

II being: asked all over Interpret any section of the Constitution For Commissioner. of Acrloullur of
garding it make It NOTICE) TO CREDITORS. of the State of Florida ajt the time the State of Florida
he applies to register and Vote. For Two Junices' the -Supreme
some explanation be COURT 01 THH COITXTV JUDGE He. must own In hlsrown right prop. Court ot -th* <4tato-of Florida. -' ." ,t
I public interest. STATE OF KLWHIIIA, OSCB- Tty to the value of not less thanfive For One Railroad Commissioner of
Tj \ Speaking of Tanlac, : OLA COUNTY. hundred, dollars' which fact shall I'determined the State of, Florida
: only by the. *see.smentbooku For 8tste Senator for ,lth Senato- .
sands of the moat I. re Estate ef William Wekerly.; of the county at the time he. Hal District of the Slate of Florida.
in fact.-in the applies to register and vote. For One Member of the House of ..
i 1u- it where this all Creditor. Legatees, Dietribu.tee. He must not have been convicted representatives of the State of Flor- '
country and nil Persons havlnir Claimsor previous to the time he applies to rew- da, .. 4.
cine has been Demands against said Estate: ate or vote, of larceny: robbery, forgery For: County Judgre. :
) markable results, are You. and each of you. are hereby perjury or bribery In any of t>- For: Sheriff.
'If j\ thusiastic over Tanlac d and required to present any courts of any State or of the United For ClerK of the Circuit Court.
I and demands which you. ort States or If ao convicted. he must For Prosecuting. 'Attorney. .
er himself."In of you : aaalnat the have been restored to the rights of cltsenshlp For County'of Taxes,
h"\v:: krl
II explanation of of deceased For Tax Collector. ,
be stated that of Oaeeola County. FlorIda. to the Provided however That no personor For County Superintendent of Public
I r I d ee- lineal descendent of any such person .nstructlon.
I be the first actually t within two :: date wno was. on January; first. 1557. or For County Surveyor. q .'.
catarrhal .. prior thereto entitled to vote under For Five County Commissioners. *
ach, or what i. more Dated July U. A. D. nil. the Constitution and laws of any of the For Three. Members of the County
A. E. DROUOHT. States or Territories or entitled to Board of Public Instruction. -*
1. as dyspepsia, and 81t_Administrator.NOTICE vote under :7i.3rt'of government.or ; For Justice of the Peace In and for
which follow it." any u n or his de the following Justice IMetrlcta.' Vis
At this point Mr. : OP ELECTION.: scendants. shall be denied the right" toregister No.. 1 1 I. 4. 5, 7. I.
and vote because lie shall not For Constable In and for the following -
one of Mr. Cooper's Whereas the Legislature of Itll. un. be able to and Interpretany Justice vis: 'Nos. 1, S, S, 1
. which he said: "Of the Constitution' of list. of the section of the Constitution of the 4.5 DI.trtot.

ing> conditions that & .. of Florida did pass three joint State of Florida, as above. provided or Jn ::.rf'ny Whereof, I have here
One-Piece Frock of Cloth and Satin. o proposing' amendments to because he shall not own unto hand and affixed the rest
r : narurar..dcIU..n.
is '
chronic dyspepsia Constitution of the State of Flori the value above specified: Heal of $tale( of Florida. at Talla
Combinations of materials are usedin most prevalent. This and the same were agreed to by a of the United States, however. basses. the this the twenty-
dresses of widely different character malady has baffled of three-flfths of all the members st the time they apply and before they fourth day Caplt&1. A. D. 1511.
to each house; that the votes shall I be admitted to register, shall (US.) CLAY1 CRAWFORD
; quite as often in the one-piece esslon for years, and said joint ""resolution were entered present to the registration officer certificate H Secretary of Stat*. 't
.c frock for street as in the dress re- specialists have bot.n their respective Journals, with of his naturalisation or a duly To H. of Osoeola
nun'cd tor more formal wear. Of the ci McCLi. with it successfully. 3 yeas and nays thereon; and they authenticated copy b.:3gttlon I ,In..rim Sb.rlf Is-Imo
determine and direct that the said Sec t. Upon the of this
first type is the small dress of cloth \ "Hours might be I resolutions b'e submitted to the amendment to the Constitution. the NICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX,
and satin illustrated here. There is scribing the I of the State 'at the general Legislature shall enact appropriatelaws OHKU UNDNM! SECTION BT4 A NO
a suggestion of the military influence physical of the In November 1,16. to carry the purpose of this are ftKNKHAl STATUTES Or .!
Now. therefore I. if. Clay Crawford amendment Into effect.The .
THE STATE 0. ... .
: in this dress too which accountsfur lyspepsla, adn their . of State of the State of Flor. FLRD. -

& part of its charm, as things military fore to get relief. A do hereby (rive notice that bao ren- vote caat In compliance with Notice Is hereby given that W.
are still a source of inspiration I whimsical and election will be held In aald proposed amendments and the Jones, purchaser of Tax Certificate 1
In Florida on Tuesday next succeed canvass, declarations and return dated the Sth day of July, A t>,
to fashion designers. Perhaps it is Wool Embroidery Is a Fashionable of the mind, aside. c the first Monday In November,tt.i thereof shall be subjected to the same has filed said Certificate In my
the orderly row of buttons placed Trimming ness and physical 4cr'd. 1 K. the said Tuesday being regulations and restrictions as are 11.* and has made application for
straight down the front, perhaps it ; usual conditions of .. day of November for the rat. provided by law for general election Deed to C Issue In accordance. to
the said .
ridge belt. Many of these dresses are or rejection of joint in the Rtateof Florida. '
is the four pockets with rounded laps, peptic:, and life proposing :mo.n\10:! to In testimony whereof I have hereunto avr.Said certificate the
or yet it may be the shoulder cape nr seen !in dark blue or black serge orsatin the living. :* Constitution. to the a't set my hand and affixed the Great ng lands lying .mbrao. lol.w.\;

all cf these together that give the with gray wool embroidery. In as the case may be, <<: vis: Seal hasae.of the the Capital State of this Florida the twenty-fifth. at Talla. O"ceoaa County, State ot- Florida. to-

soldierly tinge to this dress. One can .some the hem of the skirt is further taking of too much Joint Resolution proposing an 'amen day of July. A. D. iit. wit Lot: Six (6).' Block Twsnty-thr- .

leadlly' imagine the design developedin decorated with a wool fringe match ble food,.and.the ment to Section t of Article S of the. (Seal' ) K. CLAY CRAWFORD
satin ana serge "velvet and cloth ing the embroidery and hanging from the stomach State and Constitution ftnan_ relating "to taxation . 11-Imos Secretary of ta1e.IN The said land ..... In the
name of A. Wright the date of '
velvet and satin or any one of these the lower edge. Other embroidery de- thr Is. set tin acute It Resolved by the Legislature of TUB.CIRCUIT COURT STATE OfFMHUDA. *- csrtlfioat .
materials in two tones. A light anda signs are carried out In Bulgarian trie catarrhnl e the State of Florida: .. Unless certificate shall b* redeemed .

dark shads of grey alllc have been colors in wool or silk or in steel vents the proper That' the following i amendment of I .cordlnl. to law.. Tax Deed
5 of Article of the Constitu .VD.CJAL'r.RCI1IT '
ajcvKirrii, ; will .. on the llth_day of.t''I"
and also in thread. The
usaa very successfully by_ Parisian I thread gold This food is apt to of the State relating taxatlor OSCEOLA ..COtlNTrIN: CHANCERY. D. HIS. ,
compose',-nd as a finance la hereby agreed to and hand and seal at'
distressing symptoms & be submitted to the. elector of T. CIty .1 K'__ ..\ h.. the ofioat of Au
State for adoption or rejection at .s Moaleipsi CerporatlesCepIsIsast gust. A. D. .
.- may raise. In mild next general election hereafter; OVKRSTRBBT.
log more than aa. 1 Is that' Section t of Arti ... Clerk ,.JXU Osceola Count
rt. r'b':
News NotesFURNISHED ing in the stomach Constitution. of the State Ella .... OlbSNS and Jeha R. Gibbs.D.fesdssts. Stat of Florida. ,
Agricultural amended to read as follows: (Circuit Court Seal.) Si-It
amount of depression "Section .. There shall be exempt

of appetite pet haps ; o.mht:::: ':tn dollars property to to every the value widow of It appearing by affidavit appended ta NOTiCK nr APPLICATION *H>R TAX
FLORIDA the bill filed In the abovestatedcause
has family dependent on
that Ella F. Olbba and John H. Glbbi ,
AGRICULTURE be also and to every person who la a .TATtl.rl
COLLEGE OF the defendants therein named. '
symptoms such as Ode resident I of the State and has are nonresidents of the stats of FlorIda 0. :
limb been disabled In war or
in the back, colic misfortune.a or and are residents of Uvalda. Montgomery Notice I. hereby given that John B.7adel. .
only the familiar county Georgia, over the ageof purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
twenty-one years; It Is therefore i dated the 'th of
59. day A D.
DO NOT PERMIT YOUR ble is had in turning them under. It inflamatlon of .Ihe Amendment Joint Resolution. to Sections proposing S, S and: 4 an of ordered that said nonresident defendants 1514,' has filed said Csrtlncate July In my
is probable that the coulter would cessive of be and are hereby required to appear office and haa made application for
CATTLE TO WASTE FEED gases Article VII of the Constitution the to tht bill of complaint filed In
Tax Deed to Issue In accordance
work on the moldboard Bulky plow trefaction. In tho State of Florida relating to census said cause on or before Monday the law. to

Do you know how much feed your also. Holes will !have to be drilled so -those that last and It Resolved apportionment by the Legislature of Snd wise day the of allegations October. A-tD..Ittl\ytlI; Said certificate embraces the 1010w.

that the disk can be the the symptoms .. the State of Florida: nir and being
allowed be taken as confessed by said defendants .
animals waste when they are wheel. much ii.tenee. Oaeeola dlt' State of Florida twit
more That the following' amendments to .
free run of the corn and velvet bean be marked and the l Constitution of the State of Flor It Is further ordered that this order The: BWU of the NK14 of Section

fields? They harvest efficiently as PERCENTAGE OF HOGS tional symptomn be. and the same are hereby agreed be published once a week for four consecutive Two (*>. Township Twenty-five (II)
and the same shall be submitted to weeks In the Klsslmmee Val- South. Twenty-elaht East.
long as they are hungry but once SHOW BIG INCREASEIt this stage is reached electors of the State at the general Icy Oaaette a newspaper published In The said Range lands bring assessed In the
petite the mental In UI8. for ratification or re- said county and state name R Smith, at the date of
they become full they wander around > : This 22nd day of August 1516. !; said certificate.
seems that Florida formers are general Section t of Article Vlf I. hereby J. L. ()OVKR8TREKT : .. shallbe
Unl. re
Asa -
and nibble here and there at will.; stomach muck .runc.t.
are nded so aa to read as follows: Clerk Circuit Court. d .. to law Tax Deed
result:: the fed is knocked down and going into business with tho hog. The This is particularly "The loglslatureathat shall con ((Circuit Court Seal) ... .ccordln" on the llth day of

either comes in contact with the University of Florida Extension Division "It frequently .n.. In the year of 1819 and thereafter Bryan Pledger. A. D. 1
consist of one member of the Solicitors for Complainant. K-4t
hand official seal at
ground or is trampled into it. Most tho cent- ued in diet my
took a census of per errors from each county In the State Klaslmmee. his the 17th day of Au-
of that feed spoils and even if it is becomes chronic, and of one member ofrth House of A. D. IMSJ -
this vust.
increase of hogs year over NOTICE: FOR PUBLICATION. '
age from each county
the animals t. OVERBTRKKT.
rot for
damaged cenously, persist an ; :ra
will not eat it unless they are extremely last in all the demonstration coun appetite is v. ry apt I for therein every or ten the thousand major frac of Department ef (.. ....rl.r. U. *. Lead Clerk. Circuit.Court. Oaeeola County.State .
of Florida
hungry.E. ties. This included the increase of though at times thereof where there may be a ma I OITIev at Ualaeevlll 10. 1.IL. "fla A.a-. Circuit Court Seal) .'-It .
S. Pace district agent for the burn is if fraction left over after dividing i "
pure bred animalj and the IncreaseIn frequent ; whole number of population of th I
Umverstiy or Florida Extension Division total number of hogs of nil kinds. stomach is painful tX.dYthCt.. number' ten thousand i Serial Ne. OIISeT.Nolle NOTICR Of ft A IK.
be :-:. each shall have '
animcls county
suggccts: that tht of the counties showed a tongue is coated, least one Representative 'and that la hereby. given that John I. Clrralt ('..rl far she *.-r..... ....1_
Confined by cross fences or allowedthe Some in the mouth. and county shall have more! than three ; lelmberg of Lourtmian.. Florida whoon lal llrralt af the Htate af Klartdaa

run of thy finlds only a short small mereaac, but most .of them indicated in the amount of ... .. In the. House of Ren I December 28 1012. made HomentendKntry fee Oareela CBBty.;
time Some farmers have interest in hog is slao at '' The members of the No. 01127. for WVb of NFl"' SKi IBhaBrery..
each"day. that a greater Constipation : of shall be I of NW\4, and NW44, of HEW" Sec 21
found that the latter practice is prof raising is developing. T *> average although diarrhoea .. for a Representatives term of two years and I Township 2* S. Range. SS E. Tallahassee K. Bra at Sea Ceaiaaar.
itable. They turn the animals on the increase in the total number of hogs "Most cases of members of the Senate shall be'' Meridian has filed notice of intention B FlarlBB Caraeratlaa.CaaaalalBaaS..

field about two hours each day. They in twenty-two counties for the year cured if the diet is "' for a term of four years elec ex-: to claim make to Three-year the land above Proof de-toatabllah . -
,are_,usually! hungryanddo 'not spend was 43 per cent over lust jrear. The after, and with tho / for as hereinafter members for provided each branch shall . before the Clerk Circuit Cpurt, J. C, lJk.t::r' ... Baaa s*.
any time wandering.As soon'as they increase in pure bred animals in Proper eating and at the same time and places.. The at Klsslmmee.I Ills.Florida on the tlt day L .akv< er. sad l.wta OSlryaBfeVBMrly
45 of office of Senators elected In of October. ; delaaaaa have filled up they should be remov twenty-three counties was per of food are the most witnesses* -
1 the first Monday Claimant names as ,._B.* mm* STmrmltar
ed. In this way the feed will lait ures in the 1 ::tllltfllr"T term of office of James .1. Whldden. of Loughman Cepasy.-1. .

longer and very little of it will he cent.Alachua county leads the list withan eat too fast and eat elected In 1.J8 from the fol Florida.
Nedom S. Tolar. of Loughman Flor-
'*alated. increase o. 800 per cent purebred "One of the most . counties. to-wlf Kscambla La-, To FRJCLURP".MORTAOI
Jackaon Leon, Madison.
animals and from 200 to 300 per cent practices in the '& Columbia Nassau, OU daJack IdaCk H. Pryor of Loughman. Flor- Notice Is hereby. srlven that the undersigned -

DO YOU HAVE TROUBLEIN increase in the total number of hogs. sia is the :.{.etU.l'.lo; Sumter. Jefferson. Lee. aa Special Master In Chan-
William J Garrett. of Loughman.Florida. In this will offer
Hamilton. rery appointed case
of Putnam. Voluals .
an increase of the .
TURNING UNDER TRASH TOne Several counties gave many Broward. Liberty Hernando. for sale and sell the described
100 per cent. Alachua county shows medicines which are .. .. Brevard. Palm Beach and ROBERT W.. DA VI.It .,.. at public auction. proprt premises

of the objections large gains because Stafford Burgle vertised in the daily ..Y. shall expire on the first Monday 2'- Register. where the same Is now lot. :t
greatest April lull, all other Senators to be a m. on the Rule (<1. -
.which farmers :havo to planting veljmtet. the county agent, has been emphasizing them being nothing in the year 111 their terms of :NOTICE Or' SALE. IBO A. n 111 vts-: the and of Cdo..r.

beans for coil improvement Js hog raising. holic beverages and shall expire on the first Monday A. D. 1*1S. The. sale will be
that hard undor. The The agents also report that the interest unattended with a April. .*... All members of the IB ftrrmtt. romrt far the Bva
I they ere to turn <<: eradication is The treatment .. of Representatives elected at lal Clrrvlt af t... State .1 Flerlda. may be a and may he
same trouble U met in turning under in hog ger. general election In 111 their term I. sad Par Oaesela Cavaty; credited on the amount of Its bid wit'
Ofthe twenty-six counties that is so frequently the amount due to the complainant under a -
other viny or any kind of trash.E. growing. office shall expire on the first Mon --la ChBBteijr.Oenrla ;
crops eighteen stated that ment of dyspepsia by In April. 1511. and thereafter the the final decree In this csi '. 'I> '
University which reported
Pace, district for .
agent cholera last calomel. of office of all members of the T. fm....__ sad premises mentioned Is the olarwb.
of: Florida Extension DIvisIon there was not aa much as pills .. of Representatives shall com ... W. 9 Beev BKev. her ._ the saw mill I I. located and where tho
suggests a t'cvice which will meet year. Four of the remaining counties -1tives, is positively I on the first Tuesday after the bead.Ve.PtaasaIs.: property described was used saidpremises
increase and the others "I am convinced, t next succeeding ... being In Osceola ennntjr
the report an : f.a O ..ol-i
.M.rl'f. I
difficulty. r general election W. H. Heeler sad M. JL BlavKORKCCOSUKE Florida and known the c
The single disk Bulky plow is probably are about the aame. If tljese counties > Cooper, "that the 110. and thereafter all Senators to his wel. __...... Lumber and Furniture Company IMIJ
the best implement for such can be taken as an index to the the condition of the elected shall be elected for a term OF MORTOAOB. .It. The property to. b* sold I

show that cholera fountain head .of four rears, the term to beirlB on the
these reports .
wing but even It does not turn ,..1t state. Concern I..t. saw with steam
Tuesday aftsr the first Monday In To All Whom It May r mil
bean under satisfactorily Ao. is decreasing?, However, it i. possible as the 'case mar be. of the following except Notice I* hereby ,itlvon ::ratln'b nnderslimed fogsm If H. P. . one. SO H. P.prtaba. :
cording to Mr. Pace farmers that conditions are better in the intended primarily .: when a new county I-t.t: the' aa Special Chancery . one. Tower three saw
some si
and .. time nx the la this tinder and by virtueof one complete filer and stow *
disk demonstration'countiel than they: are of the) stomach .:.Iatu. ahall at that eauae e.r ,
.majpxa coulter of the won out- th of the term of the Brat Senator the final decree entered herein on lath one mnamnnih Chatta.
'of' such plows by bolting it to the elsewhere because the agents have. catarrhal be elected threfrom at two or four the llth day of August A. D. *la. noo_ lathe bolter thre .timber _rand *
land wheel. The disk U larger than been assisting in cholera eradicationand uncommon thing for with the and. In view of keep- will on the Role day In October ills, one American shingle mill
;old Henators la a the Sad day of October between This property ao far thl same,
the farmers to stamp out have used It to ,; the number of namely
':"ithe land wheel and consequently I it urging It 'has with the number of the ....." legal ho ra of .sale. In front of now exists and remains .n morttKaired .
cuts into the rroUDcl,'and through the the plain that Sectionof Article VII of the COB- the Court Ho_'eloor. Klaalmme Osceela premise will b.* Ie as' afore? ..
..'vine and round It irprobabl*, that the) Increis:: In rheumatism and 10' hereby amended ao as to county -Horlda ** for sale said. M."iL
trUb.'At'the next in the recognised aa followsThe : - and sell for cash to the hliheet bidderlbs This th* ?
W; (r4ths: plo* follow the en* macl.,br: the the number t>f-,hogs is greater: generally' '- resralsjr session of he L.gteI- following, described. property .loca- 1MB., p-.
stomach _
\ _\3 '.2 coultor on.the la1wheLBy ;."-,ri.". demonstration counties alas because origin In that\ shall'meet In lMrshafl. at. ted la Oaeeola,.- riorldai Lot 'S n.. r. KnlrBS. < "J1'
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. . . . . .1..1..1..1.1..1..1.1. ston Mrs. S. -H: Bullock Mrs. W. B. $1.65 a hundred; silage I and velvet I"
i Makinson, 'Mrs..* C W. Griffin Mrs. STATE SHOOT TO BEHELD bean at the cost- of production: :. on .AQBER'i'' PRICES' GO
Sam Lupf r Mrs. Carson Farmer ,' <",
the farm20; ,and 30 olnta';hundred.: ., ;r
SocietyNoie $ Mrs. Luther Farmer, Mrs. Henry Respectively.Mr. ., "

; .. Aultman, Mrs., i lob ,Parker -of Arcadia HERE IN 1911 Scott thinks that dairymen( ', UP HERE ON OCT. ,1 1st

Misses Amy and Jo Makinson, \ could well afford to rent ,, : 1
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Alma i Griffin Anne Carson, ,Marie volvettheir
CMattie Bell Harris, Editor.) Lola'Lawler pastureThe they have. >11 s I't d-""""--
Huddleston. ) Lottie
So auccesafulwthe. difference in tho price of .
1 State
her Mildred Lee Violet first Beginning October 1st, the,barber. .it
,Lucy tournament of, the Florida" ,Trnpshoot- the .two feeds is somewhat greaternow
Is .U to all of tie Gazette send items Witherspoon Etta Witherspoon) Ma- than it was when the tests of Kissimmee will raise their Request .a patrons Valley to ers Association held here this bummer were taldn 4hla state/ !!! r
rion Porter, Maudo and Louise Thom- .conducted and the making ,of / They are << step they ;
that the profit
.f Society Ercat to tie Editor for publication Im time colon I ; ason fin. Gene. Thomas and Norma Grif in Jacksonville organization this week at, a decided meeting to..would consequently bo' ,greater' because of living"of the has fact made that it the necessary"high cost. "

4 4 4 hold the- 1917 ahoot in thin ritv.' I THEY WILL TO DO. The new price list, which is givenin

M - .. .. .. , , ' , , " " . MR. AND MRS. BULLOCK EN- M, E. Stephensrepresented: Kisslm- an advertisement elsewhere, provides ?' i j''
- - - - - - - I TERTAIN. mee at the meeting and-attonded the : Jim Smith was the following prices: ;::Shave '
i B. Y. P. u. RALLY (Alice Mary Smith), Mr. and Mrs. P. Continuing too social functions Labor Day shoot of the Jacksonvilleclub. notoriously 15 cents haircut, 35 cents; shampoo' r
K. Weaver; "The Dawning (Guy honor of the in There are"now eight clubs in pay, says the Christian Herald. He 35 cents; hand 86'eentsvi-
Tho Baptist Young Pple's Union D'Hardelot), Mrs. P. K. Weaver. Dur Griffin wedding, Mr. and Mrs S. H.- i I the State organization. In order to owed quite a bill at the grocery for brator massage; massage 35 cents; vibratorand "'"

will hold a rally next .Thursday and ing the ceremony "Traumoroi" will be Bullock\; entertained ,the wedding make the holding of the shoot less of. pork.' One day, as his credit was be.' hand massage
ti Friday. W. W. W. Williams\ of Jack- played by Tony Regero on the violin, and few friends par a burden on the local l club the State ( witch hazel ste'combined
of ty a Tuesday evening ali I coming strained he walked calmly in- cents; i
aonville one of the state officers accompanied by Miss Louise Thomason with musical at their handsome I organization will furnish the added hair 25 cents
f. U. will be : attendance. who will\ also a 'for the shoot and bear the grocery' and said "Mr. Blank singe, ;
;, the B. P. n accompany the entire home on Clyde avenue.! money other I Ito (only), 25 cents; beard trimmed and .
s' Following the busineos session Thurs program. A processional and recessional The rooms were attractively deco- expenses while tie local club will I want to pay you for the pork I have hair 50 cents.
day night a social will\ be held at the will also be' rendered. rated have the management of the shoot. had and I . r
with pink vine, pink roses and j want some more. "Cer- t .
church Following the ceremony the young hybiscus and fern and j The Withstand the Heat < ' :
$ 4 4 4 I people will leave for Jacksonville and asparagus gay 4404444444"44444 tainly, said the delighted proprietor, I Strong
Japanese lanterns illuminated the Summer Better Than the Weak
ENTERTAIN FOR SOLDIERS. East Coast points and will be at home as he hastened to wait on his custom ,r
Ito their. friends in their veranda. A daintilY' decorated pun'htable NEWS OF SOLDIERS 4 r. Taking the package of pork, Old people who are feeble, and younger
| bungalow
pretty was presided over byv Mrs. Eu- '* AT BLACK POINT < Jim who weak.will be strengthened
A social was given! at the home _pf on Bryan "street, after October Smith started to go. "Wait n people are
R. A. Bowen Monday evening in hon first. -- gene Bryan.Throughout. 444444444444444Black minute, said/ the proprietor. I i I and enabled to go through the depress ".

or of the 'members of Company B, ". ". ". the evening a program thought you wanted to pay for the I ing heat of summer by taking regularly] .
Second Infantry N. G. F., who were SHOWER FOR MISS GRIFFIN" : of exquisitely rendered musical numbers Point Camp, Sept. 7.-Sen- pork." "I do" remarked Jim, as he Grove's Tasteless] Chill Tonic. It purifies

? home on furloughs and especially. for I I were 'enjoyed by the guests. In ator Arthur E. Donegan and Fred I resumed his homeward way, "but I I I and enriches the blood and builds upi .;

his son, Theodore Bowen. Complimentary to Miss Alma Griffin addition to the local talent :Miss Bass, of Kissimme, woro visitors to can't. the whole system. SOc.
Quite a crowd of boy chums of who is to' become the bride of ;Eliza Wright, of Orlando who is the Company B Sunday. ,

Theodore and members of his Sunday Stanley. Bullock on the 13th of Sep ,guest of Mr. and :Mrs C. W. Griffin, I, R. M. 'Duxis, of Lake City, was a (

t 't school class were present and the tember; a miscellaneous shower was sang a number of selections. Miss pleasant visitor to Company B Tues- OWNERS
F evening was very pleasantly spent in ,,. at the bungalow of the Mctho- I Wright is a talented musician of rule day. NOTICE TO PROPERTY .J

music, both vocal; and instrumental. :i i list church, Monday evening, by the ability and sings first! soprano i in; the I :Sergeant:; "Billie" :Makinson made a

A pleasing feature of the evening wan Epworth League.The i l First Methodist church at Orlando. business trip to Jacksonville\ Tuesday. .
in which i Her beautiful, Thigh, full To for Owners. of llenl !<:..<.,.. abnltlnic' upon Vlatn .lrrrt I. the tier e( "
a the of war songs rooms were attractive with cut soprano | Nat Carson, of Kissimmce .
prograhi passed Kliolm-nee. Florida. .....1..1.. nl lnk .Htrret .In add'lly and -.....1..
k'k'N' the soldier boys took part. I flowers, carrying out a color scheme voice was a treat to those prose it. through Jacksonville Wednesday on North lo tb> <.Hy .l.ltnlt-il. '.....,1}
". ". ". 'I of pink and white, and with ferns. I Others taking part in the program: route to MerriwMI, Tenn. He madea In puriiiinm-e or the following Hesolutton adopted Joy. the Council of the v.-:<.1"
6' t'' PRISCILLA CLUB. I During the evening conversation were: Mrs. P. K. Weaver, voice; short visit to Company B. Nat is sat,! city cjf K 11,1 mm..... Klf rlda, on the Bin OB.I( of /84it, mber 1916 vim:
,Claude Harper, violin ]P. K. Weaver p", I Nfl HICWOI.I TIN i
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about 'f
I prevailed, alterating with musical to decide to come back with the .
Mrs. Robert Glover wns hostess numbers and ,voice; Miss Inez Carson, nice: Tony XVherens. the work of construetlnu the brick paving. on Main ..Ir..-.. In "
]I readings as follows: :'' boys. the 'Ily of KlNslmmee Florida. beginning at Oak Ktr. .iet. la gul IIi| City andruririlnir
1, 1 Saturday afternoon cn'ertaining: Piano s-slection, Miss Adah Regero, violin ; violin duet by Messrs. | Will Mason Tiller Cecil Prentis north lo the Cltv Limits, haxlieen completed and the total coat of oJ);,
ifs Priscilla Club at Kir home on Mab- ner, wag-I'I Harper and Re ero. (Pete Savage F ed Lorenz James mild. wprk und the total frontage.r of fttmttlnK/ loin liable for llerea for said *

bette street. I Voice Mrs. E.. Wells 'Miss The/ program, closed by special choruses I; Buckles and Tl.eodora Bowen wore' ,or cust Maid are loin legal on 'proportion:each side: -of of said Bald sire rout: < t.and In HH thY follows ivnmunt of Hen per front foot .;tyKesol ;*i-

i.. Dainty fancywork occupied the attention en Bass, accompanist, with violin ol>- by the: guests. Miss, Louise visitors iff Kissimmee the first of the *,*d. That the Pity of Klsslmnie hereby calms, and will hold lien. r.,
' bffreshmentt the ladies and light re I ligato by Miss Ouida Malloy. Thomason accompanied. the .music I week. for the.' above .work on the street, and for the amounts .per front foot Hated.. . ip
Glover I belo .
I were served by Mrs. Voice, Miss Maude Alice Wagner, ians.An Arthur Jarrell -is visiting his parents v : -
t assisted by? her daughter. Miss I ice course was served by. !Mrs.Eugene I' ;
Miss I at- Fla. for of
Adah Wagner, accompanist. Jasper, a couple (I'A\IN AH.Kn!HK T OK MAIN 'ITHKKT: (
Boston. Bryan, Misses Norma Griffin
I Reading, Mrs. W. J. Fripp. I days. KI""I'II'III's1.01111)' : ". '
Those present were: Mrs. J. R. I I Voice. Miss Ella Mae Gilbert, Miss and Violet Bullock. I Sergeant W. C. Bradley was givenan nuK K PAVIN/J. per square ____ ___ ,_ _un u __ $1 45'4 1 ...
i t. Gilbert, Mrs. F. A. Souders, Mrs. G. Helen Bass, accompanist. I Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.S. . honorable dischnre-e Monday. He KICK'K I\XVIN. per iiuuaro 100Loo._.. _. . . h_ u- -161S rent ,
W. Goetha, Mrs. S. D. Marks, Mrs. A. I! The doors were then thrown back H. Bullock, their son, Stanley i will return to Kissimmee. \Vldth of Roadway ISO --__----__--..__- - --- u -- hUU_ __ IS > '

-+ Cotterman Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, ,and the guests invited into the improvised -'Bullock Miss Alma' Griffin, Miss Miss Ruth Butler, of Lake City, (-OST of 1'avlnst per 'lineal, foot of Roadway hn. ? -_ ..--_- _-ll 425 f
v"T Mrs. John R. Bronsorn. Mrs. S. .T. dining room, where long td- ,Eliza Wright o. Orlando, Mr. and visited her brother, Joe, who is a font of 4'urlilnK per lineal foot of .Ilondway nu uu hn 3311 J
Souders, Mrs. E. E. Wells Mrs. R. bles Mrs. C. W. Griffin, parents of the
1 | were spread with a tempting col member of Company B, Wednesday Total cost of curb and paving per llm. >al foot of ronil\\ay, $2755 i
a ,
Glover ant Miss Boston. lation. Here the color.scheme was bride-to-be, Mn and Mrs. Claude | :The following promotions have 1-3 ASSKHSMKNT _u u. _u. ___ -----------3)
, s The next meeting of tho club will carried out with flowers, streamers''' Harper, Misses Anne and Inez Car- I been made in Company B: Sergeant: .K1K3 rents ,
- 'r be at the home of Mrs. L. H. Ingram !and table appointments. I II son, Miss Lawler, Mr. and, Mrs. P. K. H. R. Clark- from Duty Sergeant to I'AINK! AM) '.A1'\1<: ADKITION.Mloek .

,; with Mrs. Ingram and Mrs. Robeson I I The refreshments included a delicious Weaver, Misses Lucy Witherspoon, First: Sergeant; Sergeant "ailli,," 9 _!._<>' Fret Krontnit* An'.r..........<33 ,' ,'
63H 54' 1555
,, j at hostesses. 4 4 4 salad course followed by fruit, Marie Huddleston.! Louise Thomafcon, 1 Makinson from Duty Sergeant to IS IIII" -n- -III h 61525 .' .. '. hu' '' III'I" R44 1.6 22 ft d<>,ilv<*- ,'",
(cakes and iced tea. Violet! : and Dorothy Bullock, Norma Mess Sergeant; Corporal Nelson Mak- tlon .or I.) i ,i'1fA;. ::1{
4 TALENT TEA. At the conclusion of this feature Griffin, Mrs. H. C. Stanford and her 'i inson from Corporal to Duty Sergeant ROBERT HtfXi AIHIITION k'}

of the evening, th- honoree was invited I guest, Mrs. J. P.; Fox of Tampa, I William Fortenberry from pri- I :
?t The members of the Missionary Society to follow rainbow which Messrs. Lawrence Griffin G. P. Garrett vate to; and Ed .Roberts Hl II."III.I.II: :::: :: :: : : I: 220 I"IIIII"II"III"I: : : :::: : 21'-01': ,
4 of the Methodist, Church were a was R. B. Woodham Ervorett Roberts Corporal, IlL _. ____ _h_. _ 220 hU_" __ __u 2"1
|seen stretched across the room find I ,from private to rorporol. !..!., .1 31 2S 47 I
very pleasantly entertained at the : Ralph and Albert Bearden, Tony j I. __ 2847 !
upon doing so she was reworded by Lieutenant Lee Jarroll has been ab- K .11 f
t nome of Mrs. M. A. Clark, Friday af- '' Regero, Dick, Ned, Gordon and Arthur I I finding a large basket filled with ,sent from drill a roupl? of days, attending SI!, mmmm mm-mm cAr
ternoon with a "talent tea". I I Bullock 1t( SI 47l
Iviting' looking packages. The j general court. sl l, 17 SI 47
Mrs. Clark Mrs. C, E. Swope and in-I' '. ,
mainder of the evening was Sergeant Sneed, a United States! 24 41 37 S5I
;+ Mrs. A. Cotterman were hostesses! for i[ spent 4 :+.0. 4444444444444 i IN I ._--._ --___-- _. 220 _--_._ _.._-_ ____-_ 202 (OSET.
'f;t the afternoon and had arranged a program |: examining the pretty ad useful ,,Sergeant, drilled the company Wed- ___n_______. __ 220 ___._eo__ .__.____ 2"2 U
'jents too parcels contained. I 4 CAMPBELL. 4 'nesuay.BETHEL. .. .. 3 ISO 137 74
eI' of readings and musical num-1 I About forty guests enjoyed this 444444444444444E. : ::::-- -:::::.- 4 ir.O _-..-:-.- :::::_::-_-. 13774 9 /
bers as follows: Voice Mrs. E. E.I 'I 7 3 lf.0 _i _____ 13774
/,t Welle with Miss Helen Bnss at the event including the members of the BAITIST CHAPEL. 7 .n.h.hh__. 4 ir.O _n.n____ nu_n_____ 1.1774

( piano, and violin obligate by Miss league and a few* *friends.* E. Brown returned to his mill Sunday Sept. 10th-Sunday schoolat 17 17 ::::::::::::: 3 4 Ito 150 :::_:::::::::-.-.: ._ 13774 13774IK I

Qulda Mallov. I at Wimamma Monday after a few _____nn___. 3 150 ._ ____ _,. -- --___ 137.74is ,
MRS. HARPER ENTERTAINS.Mrs. 10 a. m. Classes for all. Come ... 130KB :
Miss Mabel Overstreet. days' visit with his family.. 4 1425 ,:
Reading. Piano selection, Miss Elsie .Mc- I Mrs. John Rowland of Lockhart, is I and bring your children. Preachingby (iHCeola--- County-- ; ---.-_..._______ 45 ::::::::::: _____ 1(1215( Average 11 ',

I Claud Harper was a cbarm- ,, visiting her mother Mrs. E. E. the pastor at 7:15: p. m. Subject ft. road. .
Closkey. ing .hostess at her home in i of the sermon "The BlessedivcEg of H. II. I'. I>I OI"I.IIT "UBITln'll ', ,
Reading, Little Miss Eleanor Rosen. i;Breeze Cape Brown. I'Godly Ambition." Come and fill the r. __.___n______ __ 300 __uunn____ Z75.4H "
, During tho social hour delicious rei i,[ Friday nfternoon, Mrs. Crow, of Rosalie vii! ted her .- .. .,.-. - -- 75 ..----- BK R7
i /reohments of punch and homo made entertaining in honor of Miss Alma sister Mrs. Wade Lanier, Sunday house and have a good time in the
p cakes were served. 'I(I Griffin, whose marriage to Stanley worship of the Lord. "I ----:--_------- / 75 75 -----:---- -- T 55.57: :d..

Those present included: Mrs. H. Bullock will occur September 13th. li. Davis, of Rooalie, is visiting his ADVERTISE FLORIDA PRODUCTS K -.__ 1 75 R.S7
W. Morrow Mrs. J. R. Bronson, Mrs.Iy' ,I Pink roses in profusion were used I mother, Mrs. ano Davis, here this H1 :::::::-_:::::: 2 75 ::::::::::::::::: 8.87 \ 'i

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Mrs. to decorate the rooms and festoonsof week.R. I u.u nunn
S. Marks
Mrs. D. (
J. Boaman I
White Parer, Mrs; H. N. Bratton, I' cunning pink cupids and hearts H, Lanier was a business visitor .section A man of from the United the Central States States who X :::::::::::::: 1 ?a I ::::::::::::;:::: :::u !

,Miss Nina Bratton, Miss HeVon Ban, ing were room:caught and at terminated tho corners at of the the chan-din a.t Kissimmee Wednmsday. made his first visit to Florida last A A :::;:::::::::: i ''75 75 n::::::::::._..._.-..:: 6Z-81:|{ .. -

e" Mrs' A. Cotterman. Mrs, Parker MabelOverstreet Mrs. i delier Among those attending the speak: winter walked into an office at the A __-__.._____.. 4 ''75 _.._ _..___......... '.1171
M. -A. Clark, Mis. E. E. Wells, ing by Sidney J. Catts Saturday night University of Florida and waG offer- HOBINSON: ADDITIONv ,)*>"" .,,01
Miss Ouida Malloy and The guosts: were' presented with were R. V. Lanier; D. N. Davis, F. D. ed an orange by way of introduction. 1 a-----6.-.. 1 ., ; II'.l: if 1'.r,11 ,
booklets in hand decorated :
', Miss Elsie McCoskey. dainty Paul Mr. Huff J.H. Lanier and_Earl '
holders A fewdays later he happened (evi DeKlnnlna at 'a 'point 'Ie' feet"west oftth B"SW.t. '1. V
Tho hostcEoos.for the next Talent carrying out the pink and Lanier, dently) into the same office. In the corner of the B. W. <4 of the 8. .W. U of Pec. 15, Twp. i JtCd. -.
Tea will be Mrs. J. R. Gilbert, Mrs. j white color motif. Theso containedan I Everybody is gathering corn Range 294>. the tollnwlnl'l"' d."rlb..d land: ,
that -
course of the conversation followed A. i H.N elson-running N from 1786 ft _IIUS.92dHreoln .
incomplete tory of "n.wly weds" yt'
George sand Mrs. II. E. Colo. ( through this section now and report he remarked as he looked ; H,1wcommencing: : "jttj..nk} : of point I and 7'
and the filling of the blanks proved fine crops. around the liko boy: running: 23S.5 ft hnoo._.___. ____ n. _n__ 21901 1 1I. I
r. BULLOCK-GRH'FIN WEDDING most diverting. Miss Lu y With PLANS. I won the prize, a .box.of candy, "By the way what kind of orange :N< 4170 ft ___,.. ____ -- _j 38Z.93V
spoon THE WRONG TREATMENT. l' ) .lson--cnmmeoeing, 531 from, sold .
that me the other day W N.; ft. point andtiiniilnK
was you gave
I for the nearest correct list of answers I that Florida N 14S IHI ft __ _ u _ 1 3/1/ ,1i0
told it U
On September thirteenth Miss in this clever contest and Mrs. Dr. noted Upon being was a -II man-rornnt.mriug 5$26( ft N of ald point and
Ludwig the
Freihofer '
!' Alma Griffin will become the bride oll| Luther Farmer received a consolation. '' Cerman: surgeon, said at a (;erman. I bought orange from and a wagon that ,it he In wanted 1 been to \\'mr\rl/: / r ;" N 1C23H: ft -_-. _- - --_--- .-- -_- --__147" 2fl<,n 22 for ft h'I.lIte.dertllf.1l ,:'

Iyi; Stanley Bullock. I , lueman. banquet in Milwaukee: I could be '
I know where the - 'IAt
a The will take place nt | The attention of the guests was I \ wagon
ceremony ou erman-Americaim have failed
found. lie \It further H"J\'d.] Tint th.' "I'ltv Couiiell Bhnll me-t on the 1Mb dRY V 1
eight o'clock at the First Methodists. I then turned to a large screen bearing in your' peace propngamln !here be i his friend I of Sept.-nil.u., A. li 1'Mit! nt 7 3d pm on. said| | church in this city. Rev. S. W. Law- ,, the words, "The Sea of Matrimony, "'j ause you nave not been considerate''i "Oh replied you can \ and 1 nil. "ontplnints which. llio ".\\ 'i.I i ot. o''to'I,IN of niil I l tuts. or any olhi-r ..
ler will officiate. I and they were invited to cast their I'j find any number of wagons selling oranges li'MKori or persons lnter. Ht4'd In such lmpt I ''ox'< tn' ntH may fit-Hire to make '.
enough and diplomatic enough. ] down town." itKHitiNt 1".t of Much improvements' nn.t l hooting ", said l liens ':
V The members of the bridal party i I ]line into flit. "sea" beyond. Upon do- "Trying to soothe, you have irritated II thatI Resolved, further That lh,. ('I"k linll,, slue leuiil. ) notUe. of the romplrllon -
will be: Matron of honor, Mrs. P. K'I t ing so each was rewarded by catch since the Lusitama "What!_ I Do you mean to cay or xalil work hv publishing this Kixolutlon? ... .11"1( to law In n weeklv
', Weaver maid of honor, Miss Lucy'' ing fish which proved to be witty for accident.especially ter can buy oranges like that, with that new si>H".rlIIIMh." ..<] In the Cltv of KlHslmmee Firids.Netko . )
; i ?" IH hereby given that the Coiinell .if <'ll I> of KI Hlinmee willmeet ,
., Witherspoon; beat man, Albert Bear tunes. Miss Griffin's fish was a love 'In fact you are like the doctor who i flavor any wagon like that on thil.llh IHV| of Sept mbar, nt 7 10 pm... In 101"t.: ;Pounrll tUmmber; for *i\
groomsmen, Lawrence Griffin, ship full of pretty presents from her told the miser with insomnia that he : "Yes, you can buy oranges the '''HI', '..... of hearing complaints whir, the owner or owners denk' and Everett Roberts I friends. i from any wagon, not only here but I the nl lio\, tl.-HI Abed lots or 11 nv other .persons Interested In. such Improve- '-.
; could' be able to lull himself to sleep in Florida." ,in. ntH iiuiv il.-Hii. to iiiakiaKMhiHt the curt of such Improx em' nts ;,.
ushers, Ralph Bearden and Dick Bullock The afternoon concluded with delicious by counting backwards. But the miser anywhere tatted Flpr- ll>' order of th" (',,"ndl this 6th day of September. .X 11.l 191R .....
Griffin sister of block 103 in and That man had never a J H JII.nERT '
; wee Carolyn cream pink steadily under this
a"p the bride will be flower girl and Mjas-/ I white and small white cakes decora- treatment.grew worse. ida orange before. There are hun- Cl<'rk of city of Kissimmee.Smart '

1' # ter Stanley Griffin of Orlando, will I ted with pink hearts served by Misses I You call it lulling?' the miser dreds like him in this section of Those the ,
.(i be ring bearer. | Amy and Jo Makinson and Marion KTionned on his next visit. 'Lulling? j country have and in other been: introduced to II;
people never
t. While the guests are assembling i I Porter. Why, doctor, all the time I count the exclusive flavor of the Florida Fall Dresses Easily Made At Home :
musical will the afternoon I
appropriate Throughout a backwards
an program program | like that I think I'm los- build
i be rendered under the direction of P. of selections on the victrola ink money'." orange. Growers er.sily I ,,
K. Weaver. The numbers will be: lighted the guests.At I up a private trade by advertisim' not > A ;

"You," (Alfred Robyn), by Miss this pretty party were: de-I Almost every man has a sneaking only in their locc.1 paper but some The t

Eliza White of Orlando; duet voice, 'Claude Harper, Mrs. Eugene suspicion that he is going to be truly ,of the small papers of the ...
+ "Oh That We Two Were Maying- Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Mrs. Gay Living ercatsome day. I same is true ol other Florida pro 'r FREECOUPON
ducts, some of which arc entirely unknown t tI' t
to thousands of those pecple.A .
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few growers are doing such advertising 1 }
and it evidently pays because

they continue to run the ads. Iry '.

V for any do,


1 Dairymen who find cottonseed meal ,1 }o

a5t7a'- ANNOUNCEMENT too high for profit may substitute I

: velvet industrialist means. to John the:M.University Scott, animal of : :l li.

$ Florida Experiment Station, has made / 1t' is included in "
several feeding tests with velvet "f"
1 This space has been leased by the Citizens Bank of Kissimmee. beans adn cottonseed meal. In one the purchase of i

From veek to week, the plans and policies of the Bank will be placed of these tests the 267.75 produced pounds of as velvet much ;
a i beans in pod : ; 1
Itr tom'"' before the public in attractive advertisements. milk as 94.5 pounds of cottonseed //1 f
meal. Wheat bran and sorghum silage ; "

_II }' I The policy of the new management will be-: were included in each ration. The of :' \t
cows fed the velvet bean combina- //11 \ ;.
a I. To run a Bank. We have no other business frgn' gave 108.6 gallons of milk and "fO. :

'+n at 4 and do nothing else but banking. tnoB fed the cottonseed meal combi Fashionsfor j
g nation gave 108.9 gallons of milk dur 1 ,,1

2. Our first object in banking is to make the depositor ing the test. The feed cost per gallon I / .
of milk was: velvet bean ration ,4
i absolutely safe. 13.7 Autumn '
13.3 cents; cottonseed meal, .
-. .
3. Our second is to to assist in building up the cents. 816 '?
In another experiment poundsof ift'
AIM stall l oft... Clock Price only 20 c. i
community and taking care of the needs of velvet-beans in the pod produced '
Bank's customer as to make the business 325.6 gallons of milk, while I 576) (b mtmll 3O ....,.> ": J

't a profitable\ one for -concerned.. pounds of cottonseed meal produced 7
28 gallons. Wheat bran and silage (
also fed in each ration. The hint nlEn CllTIIIIE IIITMCTIfl MSIMMcCUll NOW ON SALE
r t, We can command all the funds necessary to'do these things. We
feed cost of the milk producdo by the Patttrni No.7371. Pattern No.T91O-
handle business offered which the velvet bean ration was 13.4 cents a Many other attractive dV, Many oth r sew dnlan 1
are rn a position to any us meets Hana for Ootobor. far October.kUCKII ,
gallon aside from labor and the cost 7

.. ., . requirewents of ,good banking. We win, be glad .to have the public of that produced by cotton seed meal Hundred of beautiful- new II........ profuielv' Illustrated. Many "
labor 16.7 cents. The pase. In color-all tho rich .ff.cts of
to'eonfer aside from was Autumn Fabric mad*,up. tn

& "?/' ,. meet the' new officCrs, .and, >. -.. .with them freely. labor cast in each case was a little McCALL, PAT+TkRNS:'
than three and one-half cents .
\ more I-

I. .' CITIZEOF. :. N ;' BANK: I : a cent milk gallon.lower with Thus,than velvet with the beans cost cottonseed of was producing 20 meal per KJSSIMMlGJl; 'E? T-" -

Mt ' I Tho eo f of feeds wa: Cottonseed ; ; .. i FI.OmDA
5c 1; ;.,_ /' "( i KISSiMlHEBTV : ; 'r------------ meal '.,75 a hundred; wheat bran" .
., t t : : "T., *- 'k. . t ,, : v' .
: ; t Nv
+tsr .. ;>; ...) . ':r'J.. ., ".. 1 Y e r ',1'' II. ..' .' '; 'I ",.1\\,1;;<'... y7} i A..k*. gf11F

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