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 15, 1916
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00768
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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f": FIRST SESSIONOF'THE: ;.' '- -' MJCHIGAN1AAMERSATISf ( ( **4'000404000'400'000 AN APPRECIATIVE. FRIEND; CHICAGO> '0 KISSIMMEE SCHOOLS OPEN SEPT. :;'


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64th CONGRESS ADJOURNS +*To the Kissimmee Valley Gazette: 0 18 1 ; WHO THE TEACHERS ARE "

B. Dlckoraon-came----to Florida two postal I am money sending order United 14198 State for ** ;; :

}; I years ago from! Georgia. He. lived + $1.50 to you. I am glad to read ,
I ten yean in Georgia lie was rearedin your "hammering" at the bulkhead -- (
Mach President to retaliate drastically Michigan. He and his fatherinlaw project. 0 I The Osoeola County High School Miss Medora :Rusell--Second. lTado''i
Important Work Done- against any foreign owor that black A. A. :Abbott, own forty acres To tell the truth Brother Harris 0 and the Kissimmee Grammar Intermediate section B. I. "!
I' lists American commercij.i interestsor close to Thurman City In Osueola + I hardly know what would + and Primary Schools will be MIlS Lucy With.npooFint.
And Some-left UndoneThe seizes American mails. This is county.Doubting. become of Kissimmee were it not opened next! Monday Sept. 18, for the grade section A ;
t ,. directed against Great Britain :: Thon.ates in other States for your up-to-data lI.wDpaper. 1916-1917 educational term. Miss Emma .Yowell (in charge of
but will apply to other particularly who want but fear to .come to Flori- and the editorials contained Professor R. M. Evans, who supervises primary school: )-First grade section o
first season; of the sixty-fourth foreign power engaged in any a war in da would better write io; Mr. Dicker- therein.! Respectfully! these schools jointly a* princi- I B. -
4 session of Co.ngr.-sa adjourned Friday which the United States is not a ion. Hero i* what he told the Valley A. D. BAKER. pal, expect an enrollment perhaps General .
September 8, after the Valley ticipant, but which power prohibits par Gazette man several d-.ys ago: 004000000000404 slightly in excess of last year'*.-640( Miss Nellie McOuarrie, Gainesville. ,.
Gazette went to press that day. importation of American supplies or "I am better satisfied in Florida pupils1 or 274 boy and 366 girt*. The Fla.-Domestic Science..
4, This session lasted: longer and had seizes American mails. The Presi- than I have been at any place I ever Ii.t of teachers follows' Mis Myrtilla F. BeaU-Music.
moat dramatic scenes than has any 'dent can l.y.n embargo against have lived. I am contented." FARMER WOODAL R. M. Evan*-Principal. Miss Elizabeth Aultman-Expresion. -
other in recent history ft also appropriated imports from such na- "Why" he was asked. These are High School, '
any offending:
4,, more ( to tio and can seize ships thereof and his reason: Miss Almena Leltner-Engli.h and" ,_ R. DeWitt Brown-Director> of or-. ti
ha.ycnyo
iM $1,938,069,000)) than other imprison their captains. Two years ago S- went to Thur- MAKING HAY FOR CITYJim Mathematics. chestra. w
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r Congness.Yet! little of the cpectacu- Pro dlng- a prohibitive tax on cot- man City and obtained forty acres of Miss Clara Ledbetter-History and Change
tar or the bizarre marked'its adjourn ton sold for future delivery in fictitious wild I.nd.Twenty. Mathematic. The illness of Mis* Lottie Lawler 'i
4 ment. or wash sales. acre of this land are cleared Woodall Is "transmogrifying" Miss Louise Clark, Tallahassee prevent her from taking the place ; "
Soon after Congress adjourned Created a nonpartisan tariff commission fenced cross-fenced, and plow- Kissimmee's streets by means of_a Fla.-Latin and Modern English she held last year in the primary de... ,,(
Y e President Wilson Issued the following of five members! to investi- broken.On mowing machine and a team of Ken B. M. Davidson Columbia S. C.- p.rtment-o-thlrd grade section B. > .
statement relating to this session's gate tariff questions and advise. Con- this land he has erected a good tucky canaries. I Science and athletic coach. Her successor is Miss Lillian Dale, of
work: gress on tariff revision. house that cost more than $800--and The city purchased this machine Kissimmee who last -year taught the
PRESIDENT WILSON'S STATE. Amended the Clayton antitrust law a serviceable born a good one, in quite recently and our streets henceforth Grammar School. first-grade overflow. '.
MENT."A to permit officers and directors of fact.One will lose much of tHeir native Miss Frances Lang-ston Chipley At the time of going to press there I"
thousand 2-year-old citrus and Fla.-Eighth grade section A. is two vacancies in the teaching force
very remarkable session of member banks to become officers and imported grass and weed orna
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Congress has just closed full, as directors of not more than two other trees are prosoerously growing there. mentations. Miss Ethel Cralord. Orlando. Fla.Ell'hth "overfiowtt"rade, section B, and the
r recent sessions of Congp.ss have noncompeting banks. i This year he'had seven acres In Residents can greatly facilitate Mr. grade section B. position vacated' by the :.i,SI..'
been of helpful? and hut.inne legislationwhich Adopuxl amendments permitting :.corn, fr m which he harvested 350 Woodall's work and enable him to doa Miss Lola Lawler-Seventh grade promotion of Mire Dale. .]
constitutes contributions national banks to establish foreign bushels of cob corn and 700 bundlesof much better looking jab by removing section A. Mr. Davidson (science and athletics .;
of capital importanceto branches, liberalizing regulations for fodd. r. any chance sticks, stones cans, Intermediate; ) takes the place of W. N. Harris
the defense, the economic progress ; discounting comrvrcial paper, and : He has eighteen acres in cowpeas, or wire that may encumber the street Miss Cleo Woolridre!, Srviade, Fla. who is occupying: in the Plant CityFla. I
> end the wnolccome life of permitting member banks in towns I which he will plow! under after he has abutting: their homes. -Sixth grade section A. J ( .) high school the same position
F the country."It of 5,000 or lss population to act ns .picked off the peas. He plows under Mrs. F. C. Bryan-Sixth grade held in Kissimmee. J"he :
y is to be regretted that the agents for insurance companies. everything that does not just have B.Miss. section Miss McQquarrie (who is1' a daughter )
? session could not have continued Provided for co-operative federal i to be harvested. He even frees into ANTISALOONtiCHIEFDECLARES Harriet Wilcox Fifth !grade of A. E. McQuarrie in charge ..,( :
long enough to complete tho program aid to the states for construction of ,his corn field and cuts up his corn- section A. the agricultural work of the University I
? di recently projected with regard highways and appropriated $75- 'stalks, so that they may be more I Mrs. F. C. Edwards Fifth grade, of Florida), heads the Osceola
to the accommodation of labor 000,000 to b3 spent therefor'within .readily plowed under. FOR CATTS section B. High School's new department of do. '
, SI- disputes between lhe rail the ensuing five years. Mr. Dickerson has four tons of hay I Miss Louise Thomason Fourth mastic science. :
ways and the employes; but it Enacted an "anti-dumping'; law to (Natal grass and Rhodes grass) grade section A.
is not feasible in the circumstances prevent dumping: of foreign made ,growing also. McMULLEN! SAYS DE FUNIAK I. Miss Cecelia Overstreet Fourth NOTICE, PUBLIC SCHOOL PUPILS q
' to continuo the session goods at less than foreign marketp He has raised all vegetables he grade section B. Parents art raked to take notice'
I any longer, and! therefore only rice,. needs for home consumption.He !MAN IS DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE : Primary. that the teachers will be In their respective . 'JI:::1
the most imuediat.ly pressing Established eight; hours as the stan- has a variety of small fruits HE REGARDS 'RECOUNT' I Miss Mary C. Bryan Third grade rooms on Saturday preceding
- parts of the program could be dard for reckoning the compensationof and berries! enough for home con- AS TAINTED WITH FRAUD. section A. that date beginning at 8:30 o'clock,
14 completed. The rest it is agreed railroad employes operating- trainsin sumption.Mr. : Miss Lillian Dale Third grade section and that will expected tocome
has merely been postponed until, interstate commerce after Jan. 1, : Dickeraon's pride however lies Don C. McMullen, president of the B.Miss. at purll. to get book list ',,r,:
it can be more maturely deliberated 1917, and provides for a commissionof in his success as a breeder or raiser. Florida Anti-Saloon League and j I Ruth Clark-Second grade and assignment so that actual work (..
on and perfected. I have three to investigate the effects of ;of hogs. When he came here he got 1 section A. start M
may: on l.d..y.u .1i'\
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every reason to believe that it is the eight-hour standard present two razorback hog From these hh counsel for the Florida Railway Commission .uuu uh

. the purpose of the leaders of the wages not to be reduced duringthe.. has obtained fifty-two hogs or pips, has written an open letter to I ,
two houses, i immediately! the investigation: nor for 30 days there- having: bred his two razorbacks J. V. Burke one of the supporter of 20 CARS CATTLE SOLDB. : MAYOR COURT CASES
t reassembling: of Congress to undertake after, and work in excess of eight breeding them to a nfonirrelish! Berkshire Sidney J. Catts for in which
this additional legisla hours to be paid for at pro-rata rate. boar. He has killed or sold governor for i
Mr. McMullen comes out Catts
tion. It is evident that the country This averted a nation-wide railroad twenty-eifrht and has seven remain saying that no cannot reconcile the F. Lester shipped from Kissim Throughout more than an hourJast ti
To these he has added two thor-
f of the ing. '
should be relieved strike.
an- t: Berkshire apparent irregularities! at Greenville! mee this week twenty car loads of cat* Sunday morning about 2 o'clock
xiety which must have been Enacted a law for a more autonomous oughbred hogs.
with Knott'.. claims that he tie. Twelve car loads went to Alvin "
with of His corn was grown during the precinct some of the Ethiopian belle who frequent +(
created by recent events regard government the Philippine
has been unfairly or erroneously Texas and eight to Missouri City
the future accommodation self long drouth that ended last June. lie I I Weaver hall Robinson
to islands enlarging government on
counted out of the nomination. Mr. ,Texas.The.
of .such disputes." reorganizing' election laws establishig had no irrigation. His crop suffered themselves In fist
700 head avenue Indulged a
Mcl\1 ullen's letter follows: shipment comprised ,
he saved it
the drouth but by
from
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The important acts performed or an elective senate and promising the land system of cultivation.Mr. I I which were bought of Sid J Pearce; icuffing and cussing row tha ; kept'
left unperformed by t'.i. session of) independence whenever in the judgment dry To Mr. J. V. Burke Jacksonville Fla. Rull Bass, and Achia. Bass. within)
Dickerson no one should awake the neighborhood radius
of the United States the Philippine says
Congress ar-a as follows: Dear Sir As I did I I '
My : know
demonstrate capability come to Florida and expect to makea you I I of a quarter mile or more.
WHAT CONGRESS DID. for it.people fortune right away on new ground;; although "Mr. Catts in the primary, PARK HOTEL IS LEASED Later Jn the morning they were 'pr.,
Reorganized and tremendously increased Created a joint sub-committee of that this land ia too full of tannic I admired his outspoken op. restedcjftnd haled Into the mayor's J.
both army and navy. Ths the interstate commerce committees acid from palmetto roots and also position to the resolutions adopted court to answer for their disturbance..
"preparedness" or military expenditures that it must l be by the state executive committee and I Ella Gibbs Lucy Gillett, Priscllla
of Senate: and House to in\estimate general sourness; Mrs. A. RoM ha leased to B. Cor-
(close to $700,000.000)! ) are the the' necessity! for further legislationfor sweetened by cultivation or by some his unequivocal declaration for state' win of Sage 'Lake, Mich., the Park Stoke, Sadie) Young; and Lena Page \
LARGEST PEACE-TIME MILITARY and national prohibition.
railroad and for the interstate other method. The sourness rroducedby Kissimmee. The were involved. All pleaded not guilty,
BUDGETS PROVIDED IN. THE of palmtto roots, sun heat, moisture, My relation with Mr. Knott have hotel on Broadway, but )Mayor: May fined each $26 and: A
commission questions
commerce ,lease is for with an option
THE WORLD. for been of the most cordial! one year
HISTORY OF
util- and decayed vegetation mast be over year cost (:26 In all) or the alternativeof
ownership of public of
government for further lease two I
Made the biggest appropriation in nature but as the line were drawntoward a ;yean.
a before sucosful fanning can servingsixty day on. the-.treetl
ities, and the comparative worth of come Mrs. Roe will contlue to live' In .
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of. the
the history 'of the United States enrfue. the close campaign. for disorderly conduct:
$1,711,383,682 directlyappropriated i government government regulation.ownership a* against His farming has.ben done too, became distrustful of his affiliationsand I Kissimmee retaining; quarter in the i Two of the women were, unable't.

tit tom' and $226,876,366 In contracts.,' I Provided for doubling the normal among his citrus tree.. He has no the methods resorted to by his Park Mr.hotel.Corwin and family will arrive'I pay their fines and are aiding in cleanjag -.
$50.000,000 to acquire leader in their effort to make him ?
Appropriated
His testimonial the itreett.Other .
land sell only pigs. -
.Ir income tax on the lowest class; makes to in Kissimmee about the end of this i .
& government owne.. merchant marine -, an additional surtax ranging from 1 to Florida's advantage come governor have fully Justified my month. The hotel will be'opened to Case la Mayor's Court, ,
; also to operate theca ships inforeign cent on that-portion of income solely from his ability to appreciateand gravest suspicion Will Actright (negro.pleadd guilty ' '
per the public( October 1. s
.''t"' and coastwise traffic when Catts I* the Nominee. on .
exceedig $20,000 to 13 per cent on enjoy them. Says to selling liquor and waa punishedby
unable to lease them to individuals Dickerson' farming Notwithstanding the election machinery sentence of street '
I amount of incomes in excess! of Some of Mr. WESTERN UNION MAN a sixty day on
, 'L or private corporations. I I experiences elsewhere embraced raising of the state was almost en- work. .I
)pro:' Prohibited shipments in interstate)I 2000.Levied a graduated tax of 1 to lper Irish potatoes and selling! them for tirely in the hands of Mr. Knott'sfriends HARDLY KNEW KISSIMMEEL. "Will Baker ( ) accused! of disorderly
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g..4.... commerce of products of mines and cent inheritance from 2 cents per bushel and having 1,000 on the face of the return conduct, pleaded guilty. Thirty :;
. . on ranging J. Maxwell, of Jacksonville
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employing children under 16 Sidney J. Catts i I. the nominee of the
quarries $50,000 to 5000000.( bushel rot in the field. He rarely Union Telegraph district day at street work wa his en. u""
superintendent -
old and of factories, mills in which I participated andy Western
r. ;years Levied a 10 per cent net profit tax could get more than 28 dents a bushnbWhat primary for eastern and southern tence. <'.
creameries and other establishments on manufacturers of munitions. if some one had that expe-.1 which I am honor bound to abide; visited Klsiimmee A. J. Key pladd guilty to being intoxicated i
children under 14 and the fact that I didn't vote for Mr. Florida lately
employing years Fiends I
' Levied a license tax on actually invested rence with Irish potatoes in 'on a tour M inspection.! Seven or ana was sentenced to thirty ;1
old. capital stock of corporations Mr. Dickerson is an illustration of Catts or didn't expect to see him I had since his last day at street work. ..r' J
:* Enacted a rural-credits law providing nominated is no justification for mvflying eight years elapsed .
and can I
what intelligence \
industry
capitalized at moro than 99000. visit here and he would not
for and low-rate loans I' the trace and refusing to pull previous
: long-term do Osoeola soil. KISSIMMEE CONCERT BAND .1
county
1\\\ farmers. Readjusted wine. beer and liquor on I recognized the town had he been
fJ'. to Adopted a 42000.000 nvers-and- I excise taxes and miscellaneous stamp now.I do not deny Mr. Knott the rightto set down in it unexpectedly.; He was PROGRAM OF SUNDAY :,"..

1 iJ!" harbors appropriations measure. I taxes.APPROPRIATIONS Mod Joyful New I go into court to secure his legal not prepared to see It so much changed I ',
;.; Confirmed Louis D. Brandeis and MADE. rights if through incompetence or and improved. The Kissimmee Concert Band' usual --
,. '.. John H. Clarke as Associate Justices Agriculture un -______$ 24,948,852 Mrs. Ward Heard wilful wrong they were denied him I This i il the first Inspection of the Sunday afternoon concert will be "
;r. of the Federal Supreme Court. Army uh ___u ___ __ 267,596,530: Within A Year by the election managers. But before Kissimmee office within four years. I rendered. at the Broadway band stand '
_. Provided uniform sick and accident Diplomatic and consular. 5,355,09 the result of his legal proceeding i Operator Hall Away Two Weeks.B. 4 p. m. The program follows: 1
.. ; compensation for employes of the fed- District of Columbia ... 12,841,907 will justify me in changing my: vote M. Hall, Western Union tele- I March-"The Guiding Star"G t
eral government! and death benefits Fortifications ._ __u___ 25,748,050 This week Mrs Joe Ward returnedto from Catta to Knott I have got to graph operator in Kissimmee went to Stleberitz.i .
:h'I", to their dependents in case of death. i[ Indian affairs ____u____ 10,967,644 Kissimmee after a year's absence know that the proceedings by whichhe White Springs, Fla. on Monday last Overture"Orpheus"Offenbach.Y
Removed sugar from the1st\ of Leg-iclative and executive 37,925,690 in Alton, Fla. She again occupiesthe secures a majority over Catts are to relieve the telegrapn operator I Chilian Dance-"Manana"-Missud. 3v
duty-free commodities. ,I Military Academy__ __ 1,225,0: cottage owned by* her on Vine also free from error and fraud. ThisI there for a period of two weeks. Mrs. Waltz "Bower of Beauty"Brooks. ,
L Levied a protective tariff on dye j''Navy _uu _____ u_ _ 313,300,095 street opposite the Carson dairy farm. I.', do not know but on the contrary : Hall is efficiently substituting in her ;i'i'I '
materials. [ Pensions ____ _un_____ 158,065,000 To the Valley Gazette man Mrs. the earmarks of the Grejnville recount husband's position here. Song (by A. Regero-"The Rosa .
r.t. Provided for the reorganization of Post-office -. .________ 322,937,679 Ward volunteered this statement: 1 1i 1: give evidence of the rankest I I ry"-Nevin. 4 k
,' the patent office. I Rivers and harbors __ U 40,598l.'i5: i "Kissimmee is a mighty good plae '!'!. frauds perpetrated by some one in GUARANTEED BANK DEPOSITS.The EXNrpts-Quartet from! "Rigolet- ,A
Provided for a trial of the sp ice Sundry civil _nnnnn 128,299,285 .to get back to, I can tell vou. Why, Knott's interest. I have told Knott I to"-Verdi. 7
), system of payment for railroad mail. Permanent appropriations 131.074,673Shipping I the most joyful news I heard in the'I: partisans, who have expressed surprise State Bank of Haines City (one One-Step-"Bohemian Girl" -To- ,
'S service in place of the weight system i bill _ hU- __ 50,100,000 last year was that I hoard from the :i!' at my support of Catts that if of the Bankers' Financing Company'sbanks bani. .1 I II
1 'i and left it to the, interstate com- Deficiencies h. _u n_ 72,500,000 train conductor who brought me here I|i' they could explain too Greenville i-o- '' which company owns the CitIzens -I March-"Stan and Stripes For- i
j,:; yfnerce commission to determine the : Rural credits nnnn 6.100,000 when he opened the car door and count so as to show that it was hon-I Bank of Kissimmee) will in a ever"-Sousa. i
..' i niethod and rate of payment. Good roads ___ _-__ -_ __ 6,000,000Floods bawled at me: I 1 est, I would consider the matter of five their depositors an additional G. M. Shearouse Jr., Director.At .
.....:' Tbicrensed to $1,000 the interests --__ _ u__ _n_ 2,000,000 'KissimmeT next stop!' ',: supportingKnott.. They not only fail feature that ill given by onlya I '.t
.t bearing sum which an individual may Additionally there were authorizations I Any one cueing:: : Mra. Ward's en- I to explain but mil to attempt to ex- ,, few banks' in Florida, which is the the close of tho regular meeting ) ,
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;::. deposit in postal bonks (formerly for expenditures in future lergy and vivaci'y when she srvl this plain. If the Greenville recount was "deposit guarantee." All deposits soon of the Kissinurve Concert band Mon. a:
9500)), and provided that an additional years (including naval good roads, I could not doubt her sincerity. I crooked, on what grounds can they ] will be absolutely guaranteed.This { day evening the semi-annual electionresulted ,
$1,000 may be deposited without .tariff commission and other expendi- : ask us to accent as free from fraud Is a law in a number of states in the re-election! of old off r,
:. drawing interest. 1o I tures) to bring the total to approximately the other recounts where Mr. Knott and, while it is not so in Florida the I cera. They are E.; A. Nelmeyer, manager 'io1i?
'I" Created a national-park bureau in $2,000.000,000; these amountsdo FROM NEXT DOOR TO has made substantial gains t I State Bank of Haines City will extend -' ; W. A. Smith, secretary; J. M. .(a, :.4 j.
Established of the Interior.: not properly\ apply to the appropriations In the great tribunal of public this valuable feature to its de- Shearouse, Jr., director. ..
warehouse regulations for the fiscal year. opinion where the issues between: positors.-Haines City; Herald. t.
lor cotton and grain and provided for CONGRESS POSTPONED OR DEFEATED OSCEOLA COUNTYA Catts and Knott will finally be settled The Kissimmee Concert band gave i',
; a new grain-grading law. Knott's greatest difficulty is not ) The national guard of New York their "Greater Minstrel.! at St. Cloud
,Y Extended a year longer the gov- : in showing the irregularity of the has an armored train. last Friday evening under the auspices "i
: errunent'a war-risk insurance bureau. Efforts to provide publicity for inconictax recent letter from a former Michigan election, but it is in convincing of the Woman's Improvement ..
i"'l," Enacted uniform law making bills returns met with cold reception resident to the Otsego (Mich.) 1 ple that there have not been the gross- ly know he has been in the race. Clyb before a house. The '"
of lading lIejtOti ble. and scant attention. Union reads: est irregularities committed in his Until Greenville is explained countme in the minstrel lined brought home .
.' Ratified the long pending Nicarn- National woman suffrage denied a "We have not had as hot weatheras behalf. for Sidney J. Catts for governor. boys covered with rlory.' '
rr guan treaty for the acquisition of a roll-call\ test .vote. you have realized\ in Otsego and Knowing some things that have Yours very truly.D. I a neat little sum which will be used
/ canal route across the Isthmus of National prohibition; also sidetracked the cool breezes; from east and west I been done and some people who are C. McMULLEN. for the interests of the band.
Tehuantepec (Nicaragua) und for and not permitted to come to make life easy. Mr. Howe works behind Knott the public are going - --- ------.-----...-. -
naval station rights in the Bay of a test vote.LaFolIette's. every day ana is much better in to be slow to believe tho recount like .g
Fonseca our government paying fight to prevent our health than he was in Michigan. We I Caesar's wife-"above: suopidon." Co-Operation of Citizens Is'AskedTo
43,000.000 for these ritr'nts. army and navy being used to collect are well pleased with our home and Wants Greenville Count Explained. .
!f', Ratified a treaty with Hayti for an debt of private '-iveators in other the climate. Unless Mr. Knott explain at once ,
tw American' financial protectorate over countries failed. Only 10 Senator "Our friends who are afraid we I how it was that at Greenville 74 first : the Residents of )Kissimmee: .
y' that country. voted for it.Conservation. will starve here, pleas listen: O. S. choice and 21 second choice vote Your City Council ha recently purchased a mowing machine and i ii hayti ti
< Ratified a treaty with Great Britain measures failed beCAuse has all the werk he can do in a groveat ) were counted for Mr. Catts (a total ing it used to keep street freed as much as possible from weeds and
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for protection of migratory birds on Senate and House could not $2 per day; Guy ho an 8-month of 95) and 74 men came forward and your -,-, .
both sides of the Canadian border. agree-including the public-lands school with |60 a month; and we make oath that they voted first choice superfluous grass. "
Confirmed a treaty providing payment water-power bill. have a fine Jersey cow chicken, for Mr. Catt. but on recount a month You can do much to aid and enlarge this work if.ou'wiI1 keep the street ..
e of $25,000,000 to Denmark for The notorious Shields na-rigable- three hog, two Jersey heifer and a after Mr. CatU only gets 67 first end space adjoining your home dear of wire fragment, stick: bottle, can, etc. a
the Danish West Indies-these island stream water-power bill failed in con patchN: >f sweet potatoes. second choice vote; and unless Mr. Removal of debris will prevent damage to the mowing'machine and will
." to be used by the United State"tj ference. This waa an iniquitous "We have much to be thankful for. Knott relieve the public mind of the '
r, for naval and army strategical pur- measure veritable steal of the na- and we are satisfied to make Florida distrust of some of his leader,. he'd enable it to mow closer to the ground ". :
poee., tion' water-power resource our home, and not return to Michigan better retire from the race; f 'V otherwise Please co-operate with us for a: more attractive KiMimmeet ir
:.. 'Adopted a "rider" amendment (toe The proposed oilleasingbill, al- -only, to visit'old friends. :i Mr. Cotta will beat.Urn to bad ROMA-THOMAS. Chairman of Street Committee... Tt&Si

; the revenue act) empowering the (Continued on page 4)) .MRS.. O. S. HOWE." in the general election that__hall_bard-.'_ ______J.i .1' ," :" it



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NEWS AND NOTES,OF THE: "WONDER CITYFROM OUR Approxlmatel-! square milesof -

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTMiss territory in six States is released 'j I .into the sport of' :(

r from quarantine on account of the ,

Texas-fever cattle tick by an order Ey !
AIleen Riddle, of BalUntine, signed by the Secretary of Agriculture .: ..DI' smoking, f
8. C. I. visiting her brother Dr. L. :
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CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR to becomo effectivo !
I t ] September
Cloud. .
JO. Riddle of St. .t.
The Epworth League of the M. E. .15, 1916. The order releases tho last s., Q, 6 may live to t;'

church will hold Rally Day service area under quarantine in California, be,110andnever, 1
'1 1 Wanted-Press news from Union adding this Stato to the tick-freo list. ,

4 Sunday People Societies will Center's United Brethren workers.An The other territory released Consistsof feel old enough to I i
The
Young
10 counties in Georgia, 3 in South
j hold a union picnic'afternoon at Wildwood if the appreciated message from Marcus Carolina, 2 in Alabama 2 whole. counties vote, but it's cer- ,

grove weather on permits.Thursday C. Fagg, superintendent of the and fractional parts of countiesin o i9oy tain-sure you'll not \
r Oklahoma, and u portion of 1 county I I l li
Miss Myrtle DeGraw, who has Children's Home Society, wall ad- in Mississippi. -p SW _II u.
lAM know the joy and
' been for somo time at Zephyrhills, dressed from Macfarland Wis., .tnd Greater interest in tick eradication ( <'
arrived here Tuesday evening. Is being taken throughout the Soifth I of :
contentment
reads: "We are up in Wisconsin i' T a :
1 Lieut. S. J. Entriken and wife of and and than at any time since thj: beginningof 'N a
visitirif
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fishing loafing my 1'
Narcooetee, were St. Cl ud cr.llers on the work co-operatively by the a I I IIII I I II II II friendly old jimmy
folks. I will be back Oct. 1st. It
I' Tuesday. United States Department of Agriculture 6 A
hand rolled :
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,a, Mrs. French, of Ashton was a St. surely seems nice that our hardworking and the States in 1906. The pipe or a

Cloud caller on Wednesday. friend is taking a real vaca territory released is: cigarette unless you get on talking-terms ,
Alabama: Counties of Autauga and
Alkelicst Lyceum Course tickets for tion. Usually, when out of the Stute, I '
Groone. with Prince Albert tobacco
Bale at the Woman's Exchange-$1.50 !ha is 1 usy in his chosen sjmc.! A>' California-Remainder of San Diego I,
for a course 'of four entertainments Immunity, just the same as at home. county, making the entire State I ;
Bleech P.A. comes to you with a real reason for all the "
Otto
Milford George and now free from quarantine. "
spent last week camping{ t.t Alligator Two convention dates already Georgia-Counties of Barrow Bar- goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by :

'" Lake and on Saturday the following learned are Northwestern in Fernun- tow, Campbell, Columbia Fayette \ a patented process that removes bite and parch t ;
party went and picnicked wtih them dina, Oct. 27-29, and Southeastern, at Floyd, Henry, Jackson, Paulding andWalton "
t over Sunday: Misses Vera llargravep' Stuart, Oct. 31 and Nov. 1. ook at a You can smoke it long and hard without a come-

', Gladys Suundcrn Bonnie Uickctts andMac the map and seeing how far apart -Remainder of Yazoo back! Prince Albert has always been sold without
Arrowsmith, Mrs. Lulu Atwood these places are, you will better real- 'uhty.
Ii chaperoning the party. All report a ize what an immense field Christian Oklahoma-Entire counties of coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality!
'' fine time. Endeavor is covering in its work "for Wagoner and Stephens and portions< :
Miss Mittie Mcy, who tins been visiting Christ and the Church." of Muskogee and Tulsa counties. Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette ,

at Hartford, Ky.. and Knoxville ,South Carolina-Counties of Bam- B M enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and
The State W. C. T. U. annual meetIng -
arrived home Monday evening. berg, Barnwell :nd Edgy:field.
Tenn., t5
t The Priscilla Club met on Friday, is to be held in Daytona in No- coolness is as good as that sounds. P.A. just

N : Sept. 8, at the home of Mrs. JamesGoI1' vember. At Interlachen last Sunday SURPRISE PARTY FOR MR. AND answers the universal demand for tobaccowithout i; :
instead of.a of the
meeting
with evening MRS. LIVINGSTON.The .
too
+ Indiana avenue,
on '
s senior address bite parch'or kick-back J ;)
; members present. After the usual nw society an woe ,
business .meeting, the time was pleasantly I given under the auspices of the local country home of Mr. and Mrs.
?y i. spent in conversation and sewing ,, Temperance Union by that gifted ,R. O. Livingston wan the scene of a Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder
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and after dainty refreshments ]I speaker taken Mrs.to send Stevens delegate and a to collec-Day- very pleasant social thering! last S.hi. =.AlMf, r..I ...... I.:;-f.; .;;"=".r than to walk into the nearest .place that sells l'\
tion a .
served the'club adjourned to Thursday afternoon when their N. IOcIHI
meet were again in two weeks. |I I tonia. Mrs. Di: hoft', C. E. president, friends and neighbors visited them ,A.li..a,,., e... ,.. Aaairsr..dtobacco_ and ask for "a supply I of P. A." You pay '
also in office for 7e.I..I. p..ad
Goff left Tuesday to'', is same temperance between the hours of 4 and 6 p. m. *..111- fAA out a little change to be but its the cheer-
sure
r Mr. James j l
p Mich- work.!I So the merging of the two organizations As the event was :n honor of Mrs. ,,,., A' -,..-r--. .
6 spend the next month or two in I I ; that evening seemed Livingston's 71st birthday the __irI.Ii'.... : fullest investment you ever made ."
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jgan. wise. presented her a miscellaneous sewer,
Conrad Blood is suite ill at this

?4" writing. I I The Dress, etc., superintendent has the presents including for the groceries canned and '
goods, feed poultry
who have
Mr. and Mrs. Mathews, returned home from ten days at
r been visiting in Northern Cloud uhio, arrived -' just Sunshine Cottage, the home. of Interlachen's cash.A.beautifully' decorated birthdaycake I CRINGE ALBERT }
at their home in St.
oldest Endeavor. Mrs. Cor-
had been prepared by Mrs. M. 1I.j : :

w ti day Mrs.DePcw evening. and Kissimmee.Mrs. Thurs-I at thell heart.IK HOW The 82 vears Underwood old in C.years E. ma-not ,with Alexander.lemonade.This was crt. and nerved I .

in _
? -spent Thursday : I
chine also went to her house, BO a While the complete
party was a sur-
ball
KiHsimmco Mr. and callers Mrs. William Thursday. were I considerable part of Introduction department prise to Mrs. Livingston: she wel R. J. Reynold. Tobacco CWt nato.-S.Ii.... N. C. Copyright 1916 by R. J. R.ynoWs Tobacco Co. .
work accomplished. We om-I
was ed the with her
i Mrs. Klbert of KL. guests customary I
Mr. and Sharp ;
-I have now run out of "removals" to and charming ,
St. Cloud visitors diality presided as a
simmee weru introduce. Please send more. hostess throughout the afternoon. I I to'

,, Friday.Edvthe Williams and mother I Those enjoying this occasion were: ':, -- __ _ _A- ,,.
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-- We are greatly interested! in Editor Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Livingston .:
hero
Ind., returned Mrs.I I -
t of Valparaiso, and Miss Edythe Naugle leavinpthe Kiscimmce Valley L. D. Geiger, Mrs. O. B. Falls, DESPERATE. C. A. CARSON President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary.
Saturday evening
in Zimmerman's Gazette; for the editorship of the St. E Waring, Mrs. J. J. Griffin
will have a position as clerk Petersburg Times. Mr. Naugle is John Chapman, Mrs. Davis, M'I Doctor-My good sir, your wife

Mrs. Lulu store.Atwood and two boys, one of our kindest editor friends. Clark Howell and daughter :needs some change. The Waters & Carson
Husband-What I do about ,
can giv-
I Richard, and Miss Almeda Gladys, Mrs. F. C. Brypn, Mis. H. A'j''
and
Newell
v left Wedntsda" morning, By the Winter Park Post it is learn- Colton Mrs. Ella Lane Mrs.>K.:.. Tit to her, doctor You got all
Arrowsmith ed that good friends, Mr. and I i \\i
our -
where Mrs.' Atwood i Lesley. Mrs. N. C. B.- an. Mrs. P. K.I
for St. Petersburg Mrs. Philip Dale, of the Rollins Col- -
Weaver, Mrs. Walter Bass and
will teach
and Miss Arrowsmith lege city, have safely returned from. Mrs. S. W. Lawler
ter, Miss Helen Grocery
% this Mr winter.. L. U. Zimmerman left. Wed- I their visit to Billerica Mass., where I, Mrs. J. IA Ovcrstrect and daughter !.QY Company
is the Congregational church of which oMacH ;
nesday mornin to attend the wedding Miss Lois, Mrs. C. L. Hyatt Mrs. C. .
friends. their son, Rev. J. H. Dale, is pastor. W. Griffin Mrs. George Bass, Miss
of her Kissimmee r.
of ,
one In our earliest C. E. memories he was .'
Ella Mae Gilbertr. Mrs. M. D. Alexander -
Zimmerman went over Wednesday -' ONE DOSE WILL CONVINCE ,
Mr.
"r a "live wire" worker in Florida. Our Miss Jean Thomas Mrs. G. D. Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
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fv / evening.F.M. I I splendid one-time )leaders tre thus and Misses Maude Gall Stones Cancer Ulcers of
Ludwig who has been spend- 'i Wagner daughters, ana the
scattered the
ing'' Some time inNew York, arrived country over. Alice and> Adah. 'Stomach and Intestines, AutoIntoxication 'f!

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his home here on Thursday last. n
at As Miss Boulah Roney the district Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis
; F. E. Firkins has purchased York the secretary for South-Central, is a NUMBER 40 fOR ,THE BLOOD and other fatal 'ailments result from ':}
Bardwell place on New avenue
} school teacher, she is in good season
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:..' Stomach Trouble. Thousands of
and will a meat market. -- .
open up
busily preparing plans for.thegem: ng
Mrs. Dorothy Jaques Thursdays of many (we hope) to the St: Cloud Expels scrofulous humors from the Stomach Sufferers' owe their ,come 9000004404004400 4044400400440' +'. i

the West End Club h.st convention-for the term at Oakland blood\ which cause. constipation, malaria plate recovery to Mayr's Wonderful 9 0 0 .' *', t i

able tcrnoon time from was 2 reported to 5. A by very, all enjoy.preRent. I will later require moot of district her energy., ,.rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pim- Remedy Unlike any other,for Stomach 0 WE SELL' " ,0 ,4 ., WE BUY >",,,;,,',, ._?.'-. ,
Anotherschool ma'am secretary .
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ples, etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy Ailment. For sale by J. Z. Ro-
is Miss Sophia Rienoehl, of 4 HAY 0 .
The minstrel show given last Fri I Jackoonvillo (Northeastern). The on a guarantee! to satisfy. berson and druggists everywhere. .. HIDES .
in the G. A. R. hall by
day evening such Miss ..
third with a profession- '
4 GRAIN 0 0 .
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Concert Ba J, was enjoyed j j i -
e the Kissimmee
Bainter in
Edyth ,, Kingston, near FURS .
by a large number of people. I C
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Daytona.GRACE 0 FERTILIZERS ,',
the with A. TOWNSEND. *
Mothers who spend night WOOL

a sick baby appreciate the ELIXIR Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up System The 0 SHINGLES 0 : t
of the worldare
get from McGEEHS BABY ; AND .
especially in hoc weather. It quiets Th Old'8 8tad TABTKLKSa.rd rneral chill.tr TONIC 1hyaioi,drive tonic.OROVB out. eyes ORANGE BOXES. A .,:

fever and Irrl oI1..soottHts... the stomach UaUri ,rartcbM thebiood.and taitlai.p tb.*r.- 0 0 ALL 4 '
checks the bowela-and helps both tent. A true tonic. For adults and children. Me. 9 ORANGE WRAPS 4 4 t
mother and child to obtain sleep and the whoSAVES 0 0 0 COUNTRY t
r rest. Price 25c and 60c per bottle. --- -- - -- on man 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 . (

t Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. 0 4 4 PRODUCE '
0 CRATE NAILS 4 s
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@S 4 SHINGLE CREEK. O $
w5SPCIAkY 0444440400004444 440400444044000We .
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P. V. Cromartie spent the week-
< end visiting relatives here. sell field and garden seeds of all kind. t

I,, W. O. Bronson was a Kissimmee Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. j

I visitor Miss Wednesday.Mildred Anderson spent Saturday [ [ ADAPTED Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12.

l and Sunday visiting her parents We are county agent for good fertilizer: Ask u* for circular and pries J 1

, here. For Your on fertilizers.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alderman, oft : I

Boggy Creek were Shingle Creek
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visitors over Sunday.A. State pAUSE for a moment, young man, .
t R. Dennis motored to Kissim- mee Wednesday. a thought to self. The Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. H. Bryan Vice Pres. J. t. Barber Sec'y.lreas.; '
Miss' Johnnie Bronson, of Kissim- i, :
mae is visiting: relatives here. JiU Instmc- problems that confront now or i
Thomas Margaret you ,
Mrs. John and Miss -
A + Anderson were* Kissimmee visItors FreeOur F Catalogue
; i Monday. C Weekly will a few years hence.Look J

Mrs. F. II. Tyner and small daughter Price List J't
Mattie Belle spent Monday with
Mrs. W. O. Bronson. about yen-the me of affairs/ Ia i country, state, Ration-yes, "

Misses Iva and Edythe Niswonger SEND FOR ia the world are the men who started to says early ia life.
S Mrs. W. O. Bronson and Mrs. Walter Bryan Realty Company J

w Bronson were pleasant callers at the THEM TODAYfl&flN They have the respect a.d confidence of the eoausonirv.Thea .
{. A. R. Dennis home Saturday. Offices {
R. L. Kissimmee on Broadway,, Kissimmee
Mr. and Mrs. Ivey were ,
shoppers Saturdav. SEED) C A< look OB tile other sido -at the fallows who fpead all tt 'T. Opposite Graystone Hotel

Lucius Lanier spent Saturdav in aks-they may have a good t.. for a while, bat wkat does tft !rpononafity I ;\

; Kissimmee. 10' JACKSONVILLE. FLA. reflect
I ill Mrs. Kruse and small son Malcolm.of <<

Haines City spent a few days ofthis
G week visiting at he home of her A dollar or so deposited ia this bark will be die ,. .t.tOr..e

i Dieter, Mrs. G. C. Bronson. aaclea. of an hoBorable, iadepeadeat career.
j Grady Cromartie has returned from Groves: Timber I and*. We ;
P.y Taxes
I Make befianinf ..w-toda Your fw NoaraijJ' .
K week's. visit with lelatives at Davenport. Vulcanizing Inner Tubes25c bask book your will the Cattle Ranches C.untry and idents and Act as Owner'sAgents +' "
pave way. City --
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BLOOD Cars Cleaned and Oiled

Capital stockRsssurcos : ____________ _____1100,000.00 Dealer In :.
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MEDICINE Director Groceries Hay Grain and feed .
FOR RHEUMATISM Officers sad ,

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1'S ,GROVE 4 last month. ford has an advertisement elsewherein byterian' institution at Clinton S. C., two email Klssimiaee lads: yesterday ,. '

: this Issue of ,the Valley Gazette requests mombera of that, denomination caught a big black bass In Lake .Tahopekalin ."Your Quirk's Chillf c cpred '-y,
Miss Cecelia Overstreet, secretary that will interest autornobilists andother. .to work for the orphans on that at the mouth of ShingleCreek. husband .
:GARDEN & FIELD whom the law'requires. to ol) -> 'and .' It of LaGrippe and Fovertafte '
: Orlando district, and JoII... RuthClarks. .. day to send to this orphanageany weighed 9.pounds.., The
both of ,Kissimmee, visited tain' state or,county licensee. income resulting from their work. Valley Gazette vouches for this flh I the ctor''lI1edldn.: and other reme-
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QUsTIoNS'ANSraweatD IMMEDIATELY! I . There and for he :dies failed.LULA ."
1 Leesburg, Webster and Umatilla recently are 800 orphan boys girls story- bought the fish. /
Mss N M.Gr pluNae' DJPT! Molt. in the interest: League, work. Mia Crawford In Charge of whose hands-heads and souls are being 'C.!'ROACH'Drifton,.Fla
Christian The word patience has place in
: no
'Mhuow&TooMea given a training at that
FlaTILllpCowu* officer the lexicon of true love. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 2580 ,:.-
JAcIL&O"Y1I.U1. Fs*. Lsesburg 1616-17 are: Florida! n/jl Tea hera6f1 institution, say its officers It Is the

President, D. C..May; vice president, "--' Presbyterian orphanage for Florida,
SALT Old GROVE C. R. Rawley; superintendents, Misses home' for Georgia and Alabama..
The teacherf ( teachers
Years saw a that had - J
grove Marie Quessll, Pearl Stalling, Roberta Bill
nIt scattered ovor the earth till it McCormick and Ina-Clark; secretary ,) fit Larkin, bolos Miami, is NOTICE. PUBLIC SCIUOL PUPILS cr1u "Big'Crop"
Looked like frost. It was the best Miss Belle Quassell; treasurer, the only institution( of its kind Parents art raked to take notice: '
t looking grovo in that section. I want J. E. Koon; Era agent Miss Ruth in Florida, and it naturally is the that the teachers Till be in their respective Says: "I d.abled ti. teat a-d ana crap
to salt but rooms on Saturday preceding ,
use on my grovo a good
many advise mo not. to do so. what Richey; pianist Miss Mattie Stalling. center of attention just'now Its purpose that date, beginning! at 8:30: o'clock, / O. my fie-aa. flat woods piece last sea.e., by .1<

do you think? If I use'it how much Shingle Creek an embryo league, is to provide, a comfortable home and that pupils will bo expected to .dour twenty teas of Blower Croud Lissesteae
-. ahould I put on and when? is progressing nicely under President for the teachers and afford them a come at that t'ma to get book lists ia addition t. .y regular fertilizer.' Cost ..
r Answer-Wo would conoid that R. L. Ivy. boarding place conveniently near the and assignments so that, actual work do it bit 1 made. it." ,
$50 t. $600 by
salt "scattered over! the earth until jt -.r may start on Moi.day. u_____ a
looted like a frost" would be far more President Garfield Evans, of Suth. school: The plan has boon tried. out + I New' Is a seed time t.order Blower, OreunelLimestone.
likely to do damage than good. We erland, enjoyed business social with I in many districts in the North; There Use H and craw mar tom _..
all know that a reasonable amount of St. Petersburg League recently. He it is meeting with unqualified sue end for free booklet and price
salt is not d'.lrimentnl because of the then visited Seminole Leaguers, who cess. '44k
fine groves to bo found in locations !are led by President Ernest Cobb. I Miss Genevieve Crawford, daughterof GDBSOl) FDBJIIEB jj Blowers Little & Phosphate Co. 14 '
where the land is more or less Im- Last week he visited Odessa chapter, I Secretary: of State H. Cloy Craw-
pregnated with salt and wh'ire the ,under President Fulwood Johnson. ford, and also a sister of W. 1 6. Crawford BOX K-80S 00ALA.f LA.
trees receive salt breezes. We have in Other Leagues visited and reported -Kissimmee, lies been placed
mind particularly the Merritt's Island as active are Gulfport, Lellman, Pi- in charge of the teaclwrag this year. -
groves on the East Coast The groves Tiellas and Ehren. She has just completed a course in
are prosperous and the fruit of ,cpe house decorating; ; nd furnishing and: "
ially high quality, but there is noth- Miss Mary McMuIlen, of Largo ,.in public demonstration of cookery at Insurance that Insures
ing to indicate that this condition is secretary of Ocala district, organizeda Columbia University which especially ;
because of tho salt: Wo have known League at Friendshin this month. fits her for the position.
heavy applications of calt todo a Miss Edith Quessell, of St. Petersburg Miss Crawford is endowed with Protection that Protects I The Favorite Store of Kitmmee I" J
great deal dair.ago in two different I is Miss McMul en's assistant. ''that faculty of being able to create a ,
ways, ((1) because strong brine "homey" atmosphere and doubtless
is burning and uncongenial to plant!j St. Petersburg League has elected will discharge her duties in a .most

life, but ((2)) particularly through the I Miss Nellie Morton, president; H. D. satisfactory manner. J
soil solution being made too dense. :i Powell, vice president; Miss Hennle
This latter ffecl would bo jf roi.i any Newsome, secretary; Kieth McEwen, 'I Whatd'ye Call This Heraldabout FURNITURE? : ,
So asks the Haines City:
soluble compound puaround the foot ..treasurer Walter Hullman, Era DAKIN AVENUE..
,' area in too great quantities. Our advice I[agent; Mrs. Eva Van Dyke, Junior this situation:
would bo not. to use the .. It, sinceit supetintendent; Mrs. Leonard Grif- 'I "Last Monday at a local hotel it KISSIMMEE .' FLORIDA 9.
discovered that Catts, Wolf,
was a a
in no benefit tho trees and
can way Miss LUtie
fin, assistant Livingston,
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might possibiy do damage ucM; in .I a Flye and a Crumb were dining at
too great a quantity. pianistOqr the same table."
I League President is sending I ..'We would call it a _menagerie. -WE HAVE IT !

STRAWBERRIES. circular letters to state officers and ,
My .: startedrto well until pastors urging their co-operation *n I UGH CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICKDON'T ; ,
i blooming, then get Knotted the organization of Junior League. _
leaves and slowly died 1 want ,
away. No work is so important, an the Jun-
r to be prepaid this ysar. Tell: me a iors of today are the Seniors of to
remedy, prefer:> ::bly in dust spray. morrow. Take good caro of the Ii STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED la eonnectioB with oar Hardware line we carry a complete

Answer-The strawberries were Juniors and the Seniors will take care fine of furniture. W* make a specialty' .uI ttiap .ones, aadLVaadle
undoubtedly infested with red spider. I
of themselves. "Feed My Lambs"was
;, If so, a lime-sulphur dust spray, two the Master's command. I. I reliable
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parts lime to one part sulphur, would( -"Oodsoi's 'Liver Tom1' Will Cleat Yoar Your druggist. or dealer IM'lla'you- a '
relieve the trouble. It is considered, Ocala Seniors observed "Mexican 60 cent bottle of Dodaon's Liver Tone I
however, !better to use a liquid spray I Social," in which Misses Ellie Tyd- Sluggish'Uwr Better That Calomel under my personal guarantee that it Bed Room Furniture Dining '
of one pound Black Leaf 40 and one ings and Mamie Gross, both connected will clean sluggish liver better than
your
lid Cat Not Sillriltv
.and onehalt'I'IIII/ <.ns of linve-sulphur work there Room Suits Outfits Par
solution to one hundred forty gallons with the mission par- nasty calomel; it won't make you sick Kitchen '
.
of water, for this is not only more effective ticipated.Dr. Calomel 1 makes you sick; you lose a and you can eat anything you want

than thn duct spray against Ira S. Patterson, of "y'a work. Calomel if quicksilver and without being salivated. Your druggist lor Suits, Odd Chairs, : Rockers,
,, red spider, but it also controls thrip, pastor it salivates; calomel injures your liver. guarantees that each spoonful will start
Dade City League, is critically ill at If are bilious feel lazy, sluggishand Couches Etc.
which are as likely. to be present us you ; your liver, clean your bowels and
St.
Flagler Hospital, Augustine. ,
all knocked out, if bowels
red often do your areeonatlpat.d straighten
spider! and, even more you up by morning or you
and Dead aches
,
or
your
-damage. institutes will be held in get your money back. Children gladly
League various stomach is sour, #jub take a spoonful of
' a I road that plants feed by "osmo- districts during the next two harmless Dodson Liver Tone insteadof pleasant take Dodson's Liver and Tone because it is Tab store Is maids* a record for itself IB the Matter .,
months. President'sConference Is tasting doesn't
sis." What is osmosis in plain En- using sickening, salivating calomel. gripe or aelpiaf people to outfit Ito.... CO.d.... Oar .
TAnswer 1 dated October 7, and the League Rally Uodson's Liver Tone is real liver media cramp or make them sick. price are

glish -Osmosis in plant feeding and Annual Conference in Ocala : cine. You'll know It next morning because I am selling millions of bottles of right _ ., . ..
next December all combine to give you will -wake up feeling fine Dodson's Liver Tone to people who have r d
openinsnto the Epworth League great impetus your liver will be working your headache found that this pleasant, vegetable, liver
entering plant for the last halt'of our year 1916. 7. I I I and dizziness! gone your stomach medicine take the place of dangerous

orbed" through the cell walls. I will be aweet and bowels reirular. You ealomel. Buy one bottle on my sound, TOOLS fOR ENGINEERS: : :
: Dr. F. S. Parker, General League will feel like'working.. You'll be cheer- reliable guarantee Ask druggist;
.... HARDWOOD ASHES. Secretary and editor of Epworth Era, lull full of energy vigor and ambition about me. your
of Nashville Tenn. to visit

loss Please from tell reading mo if theio hardwood would ashes be a Florida Leaguers, the expects latter part of I ............ ..... .... ........ .... ..... .. .. No Matter what Idad of .. Eacla" yea I.....-Gat, Steal

over tho ground( and letting them lie the year. i Railroad or Stationary Engine_we It e-.sacdy.Ike Teels. yeej z

r without working in. resumed duties aced. la year everyday work-Wremckes H..... 03en
Answer-There would bo no loss Princeton Leagud! has INSURANCE and REAL ESTATELet etc.t ..
whatever 'in leaving hardwood ashes "way down South in Dixie," with all of tie bat quality aid werknuuBip, od at price that wiD"

Jipread over the top of tho 'ground. Mrs. Luther Ogden as leader us' insure Life Health. siuprue'ye... 'I1ds.... his &. repatatie, ... C-y ooly r
However, the benefit from tho ashes your: your your Property. kardware that U of .
.I State Secretary II. M. Blackburn, superior qeaCty sal yea will Make .. Mia.
C' would necessarily be retarded. who has traversed the .State in the Information in regard to property for take .!. c..., hors NOW.. LatpectiM .... Uf ttock.:
> interest of Southern'College and the c
r PINEAPPLES.Is identifiedwith sale and rent cheerfully given.
will be
nitrate League,
of soda beneficial togrowing1
young: pineapples T How Sutherland League during college In addition to fifteen other good companies we
This is of ,
days. League one the
much T per acre can be used with safety foremost in Florida Leaguedom, nev- now represent the well known Osceola

er neglecting the assembling of them- Hardware CompanyFOR .
Answer-Do not advise tho of
r nitrate of soda on pineapples.use You selves together in council, business, HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of New York

will find ammoniates.it much safer to apply organic class devotional meetings., literary-social President and Howard study X>>. GI- RTAC rNERSecond'Floor -<

!' Walker is their leader. Ii
capable ;
TIIRIPS OF CAMPHOR. Gtizens Bank I ldg. KZssimn.ee: Ha.If --

I Would be glad of information Miss Ruby Byrd of Tallahassee, ...o..o..t. .. . . ..... . .o..o.o..o..o.o..o.. . .... ....
any .
secretary of that district, reports .. ....... ..... . ... ....
have about Black Leaf
;:,. :you may using e
', work as progressing nicely. Miss -
," 40 Answer-We in spraying would a advise of camphor.one her.Gene Pickett, of Carabelle, assists nr* 1M3 SALE OR TRADEAttractive !: l

1" pound Black Leaf 40 to one hundred ,
:: gallons of water, br-ealdng tho water
Rev. F. M. C. Eads is on honor roll J
-with beforo the Black
if soap putting in May-Sto\it Lumber Co.
Leaf 40. for five young progressive Leaguerson Modern, Dr. Carson's Residence, '
t Live Oak Circuit. Rev. L. W.

Moore last pastor Live Oak Seniors, reports DEALERS IN Corner Sproull Avenue and Church Street. .i
council meeting at the par-
KeepingYoursdfVfdl sonage. Leaguers for present con- :,.
ducting mid-week prayer meetings.This House Building Materials of all %

(. DRIVING OUT CATARRH editor assisted in organizinga Will sell on Terms if desired. This U an i

If people knew how the :presenceof Senior League at Pine, Gainesville Kinds
i they catarrh would Is have a constant none of mlact'l district President, Clyde Jordon; exceptional opportunity. :;

Infests some part. of the dellcateljrW" secretary Miss. Alma Jordon. Novelty Works in Connection ..1
: adlu.ted body and make.it useless, .
'}1 thus throwing: the other organs Jennings Juniors are at work under 1
more than their I share of work.
affords a carefully :prepared ..eedi. It- Mrs. J. V. McCall, J.- D. Perkins, president All we ask is let us figure on your estimates. Address Quick ;':
bed for trio germs of colds, trip
a.. tuberculosis and pneumonia It mo Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery \:

/ as disarranges to make Nature's possible delicate asthma plans hay New Syrna League enjoyed a moonlight CHAS. P. DOW Orlando Florida 4
i. fever..and other respiratory d1.ord.r. .- beach picnic last month and Phone 21 Kissimm Fla.t'xxG| J
systemic It thus spreads Involving until It many becomes organs i plan to furnish good, wholesome, interesting s, .

and debilitating the entiregy.tem and enjoyable entertam- I .... . .......-. . ......... ....... ............... .. ;V
each month this ... .. -
with serious results. met vear. A League .Ao II.. /

CT' It Catarrh rarely gets Is easily well neglected o? Itself. and Itne.d. social to be effective "All for Christ" - . - - -- : tth

For almost medicinal a century correction.many: tised.should be well prepared and adver- MAKE ... .0..00.0000..000000'0..000.0000..000...... ... . .. i
? thousands hare found In Peru MORE POTATOMONEY :
: Will:
n a. a valuable tonic special
la catarrhal t League topic for next devotional
Them:: Is to clean out waste matter meeting is "Little Chances to Help." WEEK END RA !
to dispel the catarrhal Inflammation TES.l
'. and ton up the whole sys They may be little but they are legion SEND FOR THIS FREE BOOKThis
- K; tem. Its users willingly testify and the Leaguer who is on his
that It has dens all this and even "job" will never fail to see them, no '"
', more for catarrhal sufferers. What
It has Is the best proof of matter how insignificant they may booklet just from the press is basedon
what It Wilt des YOII may rely OD seem. -
Pei-una.In tablet form It Is pleasant to "There's life's enough of shadow along years of practical experience. It tells .$2. 70 (4

take and easy to administer. way. about soils seed selection .1!
fertilizing
,
;. r ....11. Enough of sorrow and want, and woe;
.- Tablets are So the thing to do is to be brave and cultivating, spraying and contains valu-
.. tb.ld.al
laxative and true able suggestions: on digging and shipping.Send AND RETURN
And
""#( r liver tonic. scatter sunshine where'er you go. TAMPA j
1 They haveno MAUD B. LITTLE.
unpleasant for of this book. It will
effects Ocala, September 12. your copy = _
and do not help you make more money growing Irish ...'
form a hab Experiments, at the Forest Products .
it. lOo. lie Potatoes. The edition is limited write -: %>
so
,
Laboratory at Madison, Wisconsin
Tickets Sold for All Train Saturday and A. M.
1ti.he..o. have resulted in the discovery of a today. A post card will do.
method whereby the yields of alcohol(

and acetate distillation of lime of:from hardwoods the destructive bar. ,WILSON I:I8OIJERfEIlTtJ. n CO. Train Sunday, limited to return,frllvuiing Tuesday \
lI(o rIc :;
; '"' been increased fifteen per cent. ... :Manufacturer of Ideal Fertilizers J .\, .

Ananal Ices Fs.A ktM. Effective UsaOn a User Ts... DeaI.r&! U rertlllser Materials. .raylag laspU.Beats VIA ,
r UNIT D LAND INVESTMENT CXM- Dees Met Gripe. aer Dtstsrh tke Steaucfc.la and laseetlelaea, .:
' PANTTwIU h4 held at the office of the '
,+ Company at Klaslmmee, Florida, on ad"ltfooto other propenf".Las.eaatabaa -$ JAGICaoNVu4 P'I..ORlDA. '
Monday the ttb day of October AD.ISlt. . Cascara Ice acceptable form asUmtd.tlngL.gativeandToaic..Laxd I.w ATLANTIC' COAST LINErr \ ,n
at three ofclooV p. m.. .for the + r
purpose of electing dlreeters, tod tor oe .
the transaction of such<<> other business acts effeet1vely and dos DOt tripe aes '\, '. \ ,
a. may be. brought before ss.ld roeet-: dl t.rbstoouchAtthesametimeitaide.aroasee sra.4tIf '< HL. ,' J or dill: AOl/T11 : r
lag the liver and secretions .
W; R CRAWFORD.
,. 1t.1t' ... ,Baeretary. aaditetoree the healthy tanctiooa.. SOc. a .
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I PAGE THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE: .. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, !.!<.. ::'t

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The Kissimmec Valley 'Gazette nery middleman., Why let hint, reap a profit that ONLY TRAMPS, E3CAPETAXES.; :SAYS RAILROADS MILK FLORIDA T.''J..- -";pFarr, formerly-:on" .ibe.JOaslmmee -'" ". ",%.,; ;0

the farmer. themselves should and 'could have? ;-t: t-1 7 , Osecola Journal, ha. return1
-
"Can" your grouch. Messrs.. Farmers. "Can"it Many remark' have been made about : ed from a three-month visit to For- m
recently Tax assassinentsin ,Florida
are
,
_..I...... ID.-, ;
e.... '.. v....,. Uutt. .....rrldar.KlMlB ..... yourselves. Wait not for some one else to "can"it "taxpayer" and "taxes' in connection :with city now Icing- made at -60 per cent of est' Park Ga. He brought with him .'I
a bunch of cotton balk Mr. ;4
Farr
Is
for you. It costs too much to let olLer.people do water. and water,meter in Kmimmee. the valuation. staying at the Fremont boa..., ',
W, .. HARMS '411D EU'O. 'VANS' AUNBW, OW_ business for That ia on real estate, and supposedly ;
your you. ;SOme of these remark have referred to "the though the ..1'pOULTRY'

_ _ S.b.rIplI.. ..<-! Co-operative canneries, succeed:l elsewhere. Why man who does not pay any taxes"- :with esPecial latter on is personal an elusive property and variablequan, SHOW.,: 4I |

One Cop One Yea r--_.________..__ ..___ U.50 not at, Kissimmee} There is only one thing that reference 'to the'man who lire in a rented house. tit,.. CO.rtF.I.... .';'
On* Cop, Six Month...._________________ 1.110: I The Polk Association' '
intervene lack of faith in The railroad however, speaking of
Ollie COI'r: Three Month.._______-' ______..__ .75 can -- yourselves. There ain't no sick animal" as a man who the four large. ,systems in the State: Iia being organized and Mf D. Alexander
::-- doe. of KissimmM who i I. '
not pay taxes-especially in reference to a have bn assessed at a fraction more secretary .
All communication, mu.t be. except slamed' from t>r the our writer.Rejected authorigedcorr..pood.nta HELP YOURSELF BY HELPING THE COUNTY renter (assuming, of course that be pays his rent). than FIFTEEN PER CENT OF ,of the American Poultry Association r.4"-.*,

matter will not' be returned unless FAIL In fact. home-renter, pay higher taxes than THEIR COMPLETE. AND CORRECT 'of Florida, has been asked to officiate
clte4 for.Enterect. as superintendent of the poultry
VALUATION.That
-:- doe. the home-owner. This assertion also
applies Mt. show.' In the event of his .accept-*
( In the Postofflce In Kissimmee, Florida The Osceola County Fair it being promoted to to.store-keepers, !tC, who rent instead of own their Tax Payer-where, Mr. Grower yt u "get and yours Mr. Catr ance a fine display is .uredi.--Flor.. .a. ,
.s .eeond cia.. matter.) benefit Osceola county. Every citizen of this county storerooms, etc. tie Man. ida Farmer and Homeseeker. 4.|.,

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER IS 1916. and especially of Kissimmee. should subscribe Two town Iou''lie side by side; the value of You cannot get off with 15 per cent

for AT LEAST ONE SHAKE: the stock of the each is equal. On each it a building; the two of assessment valuation, but the great INSTALLATION OFLEAGUE
common carriers of Florida do, and OFFICERSImpressive
company incorporated to handle this enterprise. buildings are identically alike. Each property is
not only that, but- and
KISSIMMEE-FUTURE CAPITAL CITY OF inspiring was last;
This stock may or may not, pay direct cash div taxed alike. Make you pay freight rates that .Sunday evening's service; at the FirMethodist ; _

FLORIDA. idends. The fair is not promoted as a cash-divi One lot and its building are owned by their aggregate, more than-28 per cent net I church when the newly-'

-.....: :- I I dend project. Its prospective cash dividends are occupant. who pays say $30 taxes annually.The income, and have dons so for the past I elected officers of the Senior Ep worth.
Bulkheading Lake Tohopekaliga u essential to five years.We league were publicly installed. Rev.
immaterial
an or negligible factor. occupant of the other lot and building does railroad ,
believe that the assessment -
S. W. Lawler conducted the
the of that ambition. services
fruition THE FAIR WILL PAY DIVIDENDS OF ANOTHER I not own them. He pays say $15 rental has been slightly increased. for I administering the solemn obligation, ..,. .

-. SORT HOWEVER dividends: in which $180 per year. Out of this $180 I the monthIY--1 191, but not sufficiently to keep paC'e'end receiving the responses. These
Naugle did not take it away with him. We every citizen of this county and this community will I I"his" $30 taxes-and has $150 with the increased value of railroad: i offic.rll are:
made him leave Kissimmee. Here it is I property or to materially relieve theta 1
it in : President-Miss Nina Dratton.
share. Osceola needs settlers. So I
county more Why ) actually it is the renter' money that pays '
I Vice President Walter Bass.
LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA. payer. -
BULKHEAD I I Because we need more and better schools; the taxes on the latter property. He payi also I' Commissioner Patterson of the I i First Department Supenntend--

oj I therefore more citizens to .contribute to their main- I$150 in addition-out of which the landlord pays State Tax Commission. has wntt- Miss Cecelia Overstreet.

NAUGLE-REGRETS AND BEST WISHES. tenance. It is easier and cheaper for many to support For insurance and repairs and retains a profit. Gen- I much on the necessit" of correct railroad construction '/ Second Department Supcrinterdtnt
I of the law in -
a superior school than for a few to I erally, too, the landlord assessing -MISR Sarah Clal k. .
figures
support an collecting I
: : on enough property on the r>ais of tr ic | Third SuperintendentMi
On Saturday Sept. 9. E. E. Naugle severed his Department
I inferior school. Our schools are good, some bet from tenants who DO pay rent to make up.. for rent : cash value-of the injustice to the Laura Thomas.
relations with the Kissimmee Valley Gazette as but desire make them which citizens of Florida, but his. protests j
ter, we to best. Herein i n some tenant may fail to pay. Just as the Fourth Department Superintendent' :
it. editor. He at once left for St. Petersburg. Fla.. I the advantage of an enlarged cooperationufmore merchant who does credit business is forced'to I have not availed. I-Miss Mary Ruth Clark.
I :
editor of the Si. Petersburg Contrary: to ponjlar belief thj.<
he is
_ where now managing I t Secretary-Staiiley: Bullock.
citizens. for his '
charge
prices goods that will him authority
assure a State Tax Commission has ro Treasurer Miss, Alma Griffin
Dailv Times. which has achieved renown un- Because we need more farmers. Many far profit on his entire trade after deducting his "bad or control over fixing railroad HSBessmenlti -I Junior !Superintendent':- --Miss Alberta -
erEdito; Straub Postmaster Straub I
(now ) I .
mers co-operating can accomplish more for better accounts Hopcon
Hunger for daily-newspaper work and prospects I This is done hv the Comptroller, PianittMies: Mia Mae Gill\ --..*-.
markets, cheaper supplies, improved shipping'facil- The owner of t the) rented (second) property gets State Treasurer and A ttorneen; (> -I

: : for material betlerfnent are the considerations -I ities, lower transportation charges. etc., where only I the tax receipt, but the renter has supplied the tax I al-and practically and actually *Iy Previous PipoitTMurray: the installation Overstreet. .Miss
tf'
that take Mr. St. His ,
Naugle to Petersburg.
i few farmers usually can accomplish little or nothing money. Therefore the renter, not the owner isreally ', the Comptroller. Mary Ruth Clark former prpl1l.t'JntpreRid..d
.5 great energy and capacity as a journalist give him the taxpayer. In passingit is well to note th.it over the meeting while rjfoits ?-
more than average adaptability as manager of adaily I I'I the Comptroller is W. V. Kpott who from the officers! "
4 4 Because we need more and better good roads. That renters should have as much consideration is struggling to be Governor of Flor outgoing ar .-

newspaper. They would be more easily maintained with enlarged and voice as have property owners in mat- outlining the work covered by

The Valley Gazette regretfully parts with Mt. '. population ; whereas otherwise. their cost ters of taxation is logic that States I idaThe situation with which the people -the various departments were rvsad.
many recognize I These reports showed a splendid j advancement -
Naugle. Kissimmee loses a pleasing personality 'would be either prohibitive or a burden. by permitting ALL voters to vote in bond elections of this statj is confronted is thuI : in this 'branch of the
'. and estimable We felicitate St. Peters- I That the pnnciTml railroads (.f
; an citizen. I' So with all other communal benefits or improvements. etc. It should be so in Florida also. I Florida have a low valuation for tax- church for the past year.

burg !and the Times upon their acquisition of him More residents in Kissimmee and St. Cloud : I ation, and a maximum valuation "for

and his delightful wife and children. We can not mean more co-operation, more ability to make theie FOOT-AND-MOUTH income-nnd l both statements are
I DISEASE AMONG FIRST SESSION OF THE
,
than the that
wish better for him to express hope i matte under oath.
attractive winter playgrounds for tourists
his prosperity may be equal to his merits. t towns as REPUBLICANS. 1 As to excessive freight rates. L. S.
| from elsewhere. of 64TH CONGRESS ADJOURNS
Light of Marion county iresid"nt
St. Petersburg lays claim to being the Sunshine -
i I More farmers, more fruit growers more homes. the Florida Marketing and Oistribut
City. It will be henceforth still more sun- industries and tourists Political foot-and-mouth disease seems to be of injr Bureau, and who will l he a member (Continued from Page One.)
more more mean more
nier. The radiant smile and the optimistic and pros- nation-wide prevalence among Republican speakersand of the next legislature, after )f- I
perity for the WHOLE commumly They mean I loged to he for the relief of California
I, this It that -
impossible for faring comparisons, showing
engaging personality of our former editor will male newspapers year. seems oilmen
it i filled hotels filled boarding-houses, filled residence them to keep their feet out of their mouths when Florida growers are charged twi(" .is
I buildings of other sorts and more commercial and President Wilson's much and mor", t thnn growrs of T,'X' I A flood-control bill-vhich passedin
achievements.
attacking the
/lx and California for House
so.W. I as, >uihcnna
j. J. Fnpp It resident of Kissimmee. will temporarily industrial employment. It was expected that Mr. Van Duzor's little' transnortation of the same productsfor I A bill to -stalil.sh. ; citizenship for I,
Osceola Fair would do much toward the nnti\e
The County of Porto Rico.
Mr. Naugle's place on the Valley band in Florida after going to so much trouble to the same distance asks : I
occupy accomplishing these purpo es. It would bring to I t "Can this State live and nrospui A proposed 101'rupl-piactices act to
whitewash themselves
Gazc II e. Mr. Fripp was reared in Florida and into a "lilywhite"condition, and at the tim to railroad, limit expenditures ,in elections of
Kissimmee. too a crowd of visitors whose expenditures acme pay
throughout most of his life has worked on Florida woutd have t taken, precaution to quarantine against' companies $113,000,000 in transportation Prthid-lit. Vice 1'reMjcnt, and! mem- "-
and Northern among our hotels etc., would largely recuperate the foot-and-mouth disease which afflicts Mr. charges in five years out of which brs of (ongicsrt, met strbng opposition

newspapers. the expense of the exhibition. i Hughes and other prize animals of the more northern $32,000,000: are wet earnings. ?"-Zol- : and was vithdrawn,
: :-- Especially in Kissimmee does each citizen owe fo Spfinjr.8 Truth.APPRECIATIONS. I An immigration bill. carrying a literacy -
herds of the G. O. P. The
Re-
County Judge Murphy of Kissimmee suggests I Jacksonville test for immigrants was buried
it to himself and his community to subscribe for M publican, however, has become infected. Witness I among the Senate's "vnfiniched busi- .,
another the Gazette
"slogan" Valley "Open
to : least one share of fair stock----only $10. I this FOR NAUOLE. : =SIl.I'' .
Darlington avenue to the Lake! The Judge says symptom. : Confirmation of Federal Trade I..
--
it is an unblessed shame that no way is clear to the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION AND FEDERAL 'The principle of arbitration, which the St. PetersburgTmes. Is Fortunate. I Commit;sioner Rubles, one of President -

nearest point of the lake. He wants a grade cross- railroad employers accepted and the railroad Announcement is made ,by Editor- Wilson's. popular' appointments,

; ing established at Darlington avenue and railroad SUPREME COURT. employes seemingly rejected is one of the Postmaster W. L. Straub that E. E. was blocked In tha Senate because of
recently editor of the Kissimmee "senatfcriat courtesy" for the
-:- cardinal principles of the Republican Naugle reac-
party
the avenue graded and kept free of weeds and '
Gazette has become tionary Senator Gall of NewHampshire.
Valley managing nger
and railroad from standing Nearly all vital laws enacted at this time or and the nation. I .
; long grass, cars prevented and news editor of the St. Petersburg -
: ; across the slreetway. The Judge's slogan looks henceforth are or will be connected with the fundamentals Let us hark back several months. Thus harking Daily Times. Mr. .Nougle, Senator LaFolLette's! effort to aOOII,

an sounds good, and we herewith take out papersof underlying the income tax, the eight-hour we find a mighty chorus of Republican ridi- who was at one time with the Jack- ish "secret diplomacy" was defeated.

: adoption for it. The Judge says,the railroad is day child-labor, employers' liability. workmen'scompeflsation 'cule and denunciation leveled at the great Bryan viable sonville reputation Metropolis; ,in has th.made newspaper an en- lie sought"executive to accomplish suasions"! this by of abolishing the-

c4 A public nuisance where it is. Wherein he it tight. minimum wages regulation of f I because he insisted on arbitrating our nation's disputes -i field, and now that he has assumed Senate and by having treaties with

Here is hoping Councilman Bats gets real busy on freight rates government ownership and operationof with belligerent European powers. | the more responsible duty of advanc-j'' other nations discussed openly.

his job of picking it and toting it to a more public utilities, conservation of public resources, More recently we find the same anvil chorus I ing the interests of an \ Shelved a resolution introduced by
I up I I lication such as the TimeD, his abil- Representative Lindbergh of Minnesota '
and kindred matters vital to the people of dinned into 'President Wilson' because he
northward our re- eats
route."CANNING" ities ,will find a still wider scope.St. .- for an investigation of' the truth
-::- public. agreed to arbitrate 'our government's differences Augustine Evening Record. I or the falsity o( the, many allegations ] "
: AH law pertaining to these and like problems with President Carranza of Mexico., I about the Roman Catholic ".
I.
A GROUCH. '" FOR KISSIMMEE be Yet told that arbitration is "one of' of BH---;: hierarchy's influence in American politics. .. '
eventually must, passed, upon by _our Federal now we ,are One the .
FARMERS. - Supreme Court. the cardinal principles. of the Republican party" E. E. Naugle, formerly managing e-
1 Shelved a law proposed by Rspre-V-. I:,
'I .
-:- editor of the Jacksonville Metropolis
,
This body is more than a court. It overrules : sentative "Cyclone" Davis of Texas.to .'
More than a few farmers about Kissimmee have but for some time past editor of the
Congress. It exercises the veto all make corporation bear the increased
: power on national OCALA BANNER AND MAINE ELECTION. Kissimmec
Valley Gazette, has accepted -
a grouch. The is true of other sections of military expenditures ..
same legislation; and on much vital state legisla the managing editorship of by pay- \

Osceola county-of other sections in Florida too. tion. All other departments of our government The Ocala Banner i disheartened: because the the St. Petersburg Times heretofore ing progressively increasing taxes in,
to the
proportion rapitrl stock ( reach
We A grouch not in the that these filled by Editor Straub whose duties
say sense I combined have less real and than I
importance Dutch thct
power have retaken Holland/ -that is, the Republicans claim the cornoration- ; each cornora-'
farmers. have, only ,one grouch. They may 1have ,,has this coutt. have retaken Main. as postmaster of his time.now greater- tion should support a certain number f
part
; several grouches We know some farmers hereabouts In fact, Federal Supreme Court has be- I -'Of. soldiers
I our The Banner holds the Maine result is distrustfulof Mr. Naugle is in every way one of Failed to of the
who have more than several-some legitimate -'come actually the supreme LEGISLATIVE author -discrediting to President Wilson-and the 'the best all-round newrpaper men in treaty with dispose Colombia whereby proposed that
and some otherwise ; Florida, and the Times is fortunatein
ity"of our country. only it that Mr. Wilson "WAS country was to receive $25,000,000 to
cause can see is his Further-
flouring
: cervices
We have in mind just one grouch at this lime, Therefore in balloting for presidential candi- BORN naive the wounds inflicted on it by"President
SOUTH OF THE POTOMAC. more, St. Peter: burg is to he congratulated
however. We have in mind particularly, too. that dates next November voters should remember that "It is no longer honor to be born on the upon the fact that the Nauglc, Roosevelt when he aidedPanama's
any
,: grouch. it exists. around-about Kissimmee. Therefore factors other than merely the selection of Presi- I family will reside in the Sunshine rebellion and secession from
a soil
that gave birth to Washington and Jefferson Color: ibin. A Senate commitee re-
i local application i. made-though it may dIed 'dent are involved, the most of these being City -Tampa Times.
important and! Patrick Henry. The South still must clothe por"I-this: proposed treaty favorably
a sympathetic cure in another spot. the future I II but seduce I the to (
complexion or membership of our herself in sackcloth and ashes.'" So the : sum 15000000.
mourns MRS. DANN IMPROVING. '
Kissimmee farmers grouch because some of heir I Federal Supreme Court-THE MOST POWERFUL I Banner. It wis: not pressed ecause many Senators i

: vegetable and berry crops waste each year; and I''FACTOR IN OUR SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT. Arise Editor Hams, and take comfort. Set The friends of r.lrs. J. J. Harm will were\ prepared were so 1'ostilo to conduct to it an that indefi-they ,
4 sometimes because of these must be be learn of her
some pleased to continued
crops This court divides on progressive and reaction- face toward the For nite filiburter against it. .>
i. your sun. we are sure you :
; sacrificed on a cheap market. I I ary lines. Its progressiveness is represented by mistaken. It i. recoverr.from a recenti: accident I i I )lEATIIS.Four I
are too near press time to go into It will be remembered that Mrs
'Can" the That is thj but '
) grouch. l way to get Justice Brandeis. Its reaction ism members
"standpatism" of
died
or details now. See our reasons next week.In Dann was shot in the right shoulder congress
'. rid of it. They know it. They admit it. Yet they I lis represented by Chief Justice White. j I the meantime remember ( I ) that President on the the 7th of September with during the session-Senators, Shively ,
are backward about doing it. (The man who writes I I In the coming four vacancies what was thought to he an unload of Indiana (' lid Huilcigh of Maine. Nand
years one or more .
e.t this has been and is one of them and is entitled to in the be Wilson carried Maine by only 2.620 plurality in gun which her daughter, Miss Doru, Kcpresentativos Brown and Moss J.'
court There
I I may certainly expected. were 1912 Taft. both of West. Viriirs.Representative .
his share of the blame. (Wilson 51.113; Roosevelt 48,493; was takinlfrom a buggy It is not
I ) 3 under Roosevelt 4 under Taft, and Wilson has 26.545)) and ((2) that BIG MONEY is solidly and known what caused its discharge, but I I Withci'spoon of Mis-
( The remedy i is at hand. All they have to do ;;filled 3 thus far. Three members are nearing retirement UNITEDLY him in 1916. the ball entered her mother's shoulder ', smnppi J i died just I bvfoic the session

is to turn to it and use it. Senator Donegan owns Holmes ((75 years) McKenna ((73 against and at this dats has not been r'!- began
The rebuke
Maine election is
not a nor a reproach moved -- -
j; a canning plant just outside of, Kissimmee's corporate years), and White ((71 yc"is). -
limits. Some to the South) The gun Was a 22'caliber short No. 666 T
f-: time ago he offered its use The appointment of our most conspicuous"standpatter" range rifle.

F. free for a year to the local farmers'organization.-. and reactionary former President !Mrs! Dann was !brought home iit ,
of Mr. I little hammer hits
Every swing Hughcs's This is
the Kissimmee Produce a prescription prepared
and especially
r- Growers. We assume that Taft to one of these impending vacar.cie4p is lamentable once placed under Dr.) Rivers' for :
a
his offer still is I the nail on the thumb. care and at this time no serious complications MALARIA or CHILLS 6. FEVER.
open. IF Hughes be elected President. Five or six doses
I certainty has : will break ease and
arisen any
-: :- (
4 The fault with the farmers the vegetable grow- Membership in this court always has been Taft's If t.ken then .. a tonic the Fever ...illoot

ers. i> that they imagine. they must wait for some I ambition. Many limes before and while In the language of a Texas editor: "It devel- Raymond Benrden who has bec-n return. It acts on the liver better hmia

stranger to come here and operate this canning I he consuming was President did he let it be known that he ops the muscles of the mind to think up alibis for quite seriously ill with typhoid fever Calomel and docs not ripe or sicken 25cWilder'sStudio _,
the
throe
items that not in this papeand for past weeks is somewhat im- -- - -- -- --
factory. This merely is a lack of self-confidence I are excuses
would rather be a Supreme Court Justice than be prt>\ed this morning I
!nothing i else.<<:: The executive officers, including the !President. those that are. Norma Griffin hns recovered !
from
board of directors, of the Kissimmee Produce Hughes was Taft's first appointment to this a sick-ab week illness.

:- Growers are men of standing in this community. court. Therefore' it is certain: that Hughes [IF elect I Some Killeemeean.-4i be reincarnated from I -

; They do not lack brains. They are not childish in ed President, would appoint Taft to its next va- the spirit t of Rip Van(Winkle: but at least they intelligent It has been bachelor said that is very the well life worth of rn Is the place to get FILMS DE- '.

butinos. Their organization should take hold of cancy. should get alive to the fact that this town is leaving living, but no woman is willing to ad- VELOPEI> and FINISIIED your in 'FIRST

4, that canning plant and operate it -with these officers -I Taft's appointment would re-enforce he court's behind it the Sleepy Hollow epoch of its career. mit tha,, a bachelor_ is intelligent.wflrrnnrnrn.rrnvvn.n.. CLASS STYLE ,
in I . --"
charge. - --
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reactionary element, as would other appointments -: ;- ....)0 0 U U UO 00 0 to 0 U"oO'+O+Oo H-oOooQo 4 A small beginning should be made, of course. I Hughes might make, and thus progress and human "It would be a good thing for the Democratic

f::4 An experimental stage would be necessary. Some welfare in our country would be set back. party of Florida 1 if there were* strong and aggressive -

"I .nan or woman in Kissimmee should be "broken in" I 'On the other hand, Wilson's appointments would Republican party in the Sate( ," says the I Classified Advertisements ;j

to perform or supervise canning operations.. By be men like, Brundeis. and Clarke-men who under- Ocala Star. So? Then it must be ,a good thing

t operating the plant at first on a limited and experimental I stand that modern social and economic problemsare for Christianity that there is a "strong and ag __ _ _ _ & & & _ _
scale or just enough to learn how to not to be settled by hoary precedents let in theking's gressive" Devil running around loose. OO 0 0 t oooO.tto 0000 0.. .. .

.1 do it.' It, seem reasonable that gradually the business court in England i in the Middle Ages. -: :- FOR RENT-Six room modern cot. 600 'MILES bent hog and cow wig,.
could be expanded until it would all tage. close in; |12: per month. E. '
i consume : The Star is much in favor -of the eight- E. Wells Real Estate and Inaur. A 300 aero farm for asia in tango '

'/ClOP.' products heretofore wasted or sacrificed in Cocoa Newt and Star has changed name to hour day for people, who have to work; It anee. 104 Poaaiel Ave. (The Inn). $4,000.. Dixi Highway; railroad. '

),hi, Vicinity.A'canningexper. Cocoa Star the name that journal bore when it is also in favor of 'th. eight-hour day for I FOR SALE Capt. T. Hall, Utopia, Fla. 36tfCACTUSBURBANKS -

'V- % of either State or Federal Department was established, thirty-six years ago'. We are glad those who don't or won't work. If all worked $2.60-Missionary thousand.strawberry

of Agriculture doubtless could be kept inJGuimmee to note that the Star's prosperity it enough to enable eight hour, none would have to work ten to Slants Route per I, Box: 5. 35-6tpd W. E. fruiting and ., '

long enough to teach cannery work to << it to add to ill equipment a typesetting machine Star. forage vnrioaes. Immense crop)'

i tome Ki.. nmee&n.. Or the Kis.illUDe'aDcould' be of the latest pattern--the only one in Bfe- twenty-acala"This. isn't bad philosophy."-comments the St. FOR SALE for-Missionary strawberry ready for cutting; reduced ratea for
plants sue. Si T. FancIer
.seat V ln canning ezpe, .?" vard county. The editorial page of' the Star is one I'etersburg Time 2, Route 1. J 8.,-4t Box a short tirm-flve year jjrowing1

rr The'aPeaditur ....Id be small in making the which makes a fellow feel when n. lays it down and passed along to the Orlando Lentijie1 here; it is the dairyman's best V '

.riaJl .Succese,.would) mean elimination of the can- that' he has not wasted!. his time." I I fodorseel,, J j DWELLINGS,Tillec.. fo/ 'rent, apply to M. friend Springs B.PU.M. Sormorville., Crysal '

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLET GAZETT1TelepheasHe.il. Me -i-'t-iM;;; ; : CORNER DRUG Mrs.- : F. P.: Wheeler,-of St.-;Cloud. :'''Mr. and Mrs J..F.. Clarkson have Classes; suited' to all-ages- You are-: {R-; 'Russia I 'the natives-never' drift: I

(' :. .) STORE.'i" tr "i, I r shopped in Kissimmee( Wedhesday.MUs ., moved' from 219. Oakia street,to the lnvited. Subject of .sermon' : at 11 ,.milk* ta;their lt.: .,,'and:"cups-a! "."a- IEARLY
hordr .
.. "W vdlf Bi HMIH BaiV* Ernest : James formerly occupied by them., at oeloelc wIU 'bei''How'; to Succeed ,in
,!'. .. and. Oliver l came Lenora Fortner returned home the" omel'"b 'Vine street and the Llfe." The .Subject ai""T:30" : will be, j leers i are> fteYII".ullCi! for:tea, '.lti fr
Published Every Friday,By home Tuesday morning I visit. their this week from a. pleasant outing at Atlantic ,Coast Line, railroad.' MlaslnjrLink.1( ".. ,Please take not:drunk! . from Hassesj.
,W. B. i anis *. >B. a. VANS AGNXTWi parent. on .Oliver Island.See' White Springs. I t.lDIIZ ReT. 'TJ FT Undon. Jackson-" .. 1
Mt .
the" Bulck". Macb' books- ; and"Mrs.. S. A. Story and chil WU, will speak .n'MERlcieney"'catchevening !
new "Baby at School tablets'and '
; comp. dren of Narcoossee VA'Li
; came to town to ; Sale of
Bro. of next week at 7:80( at this
all kinds at "The Corner"--CORNER
day. Mr, Story with the children '
} church. M Hendon
is interesting
an
Me Lawrence' tiriffin, wilt"'leav :Mon DRUG STORE. have taken the N.i> C., Bryan house in speaker and has a live subject and the I FINE, SOFT, WAVY

RP day for Chick Springs, S. C., where. he Lieut and Mrs. S. J. Entriken, of North Kissimmee for the school term. public is cordially\ invited to hear him I .

: will attend school Narcoossee, spent Saturday shoppingin Chicken thieves will be disappoint 'and "every member ,of the church U .Human

Kissimmee. ed to learn that Mrs.. G. F. Kribbs urged to attend.
Reed's '
1
Buy box. cake at ten cents. Come
to cool house
a but where a
has sold all of her This in-
They are made in Kis.lmme 33-2t Miss Parah Clark left, Sunday, to formation is imparted'poultry.that th U, warm welcome awaits you and where Hair ; '
H ao e
at /
enter Wesleyan College,
hear the
... Miss Mary Groover, o/ Lakeland I Ga., for the ensuing school Maeon'l ferers making frui:1e.: .saved excursions the trouble that of you pure gospel-preached.: 1 a

is the guest of Misses Anne and Inex Switchesat
G, o Carson. I "Mrs. H. C. Thomas retuined yard. S 'AID FOR OSCEOLA FAIR
Cloud, Wednesday, after upending a :
psrArE PRE55Pt Murnice'Tindall I, of Nnrcoossoe, was I month with her daughter, Miss Eva I II bin of 0.her. J. Cook, who has; been the ,- +
I guest sister Mrs. J. L. Over-
business Thomas.
visitor ,
a here
... Monday. ; street, for the past week, returned to i Farmers, fruit growers, cattlemen
I l'" Big line of .a.chool supplies at Gil I We want to v serve our customersthe her home in Haines City Thursday. and other animal breeders poultry. to -$3.89 z 5

.... ... . . ... . .. bert's. i, 38-2t best. That's why you will find She was accompanied 'by for. mother, men, florists, botanists collectors\ of This sale t
"Biddy" in charge of our fountain.Can Mrs. M. N. Overstreet, who will make inascta! etc., in Osceola county are of "
J. H. Steffee. of Gr ef' Pond, was mix anything you want. THE her home with Mrs. Cook. reminded that they should begin to switches o ff e r san ( '

i Weather Report looking after {business matters; here CORNER DRUG STORE. Bob Bullock returned home Sunday preparo to supply exhibits for the unusual opportunity ,
r Saturday. Osceola
Miss arrived from from a., month's cruise on the U. S. winter.A County Fair's exhibition this to the

Miss Dolly Alford left Thursday for I Bartow Wednesday, to visit friends cruiser Alabama, taken in company little preparation now would women of this-vi t:

Following are dally tempera- Demorast, Ga., where she will attend and witness the Bullock-Griffin wed- with a large number of civilians who make it much easier to supply exhibits cinity. I;
volunteered for month's
a training .
Piedmont as
for the
College winter term.
tures and precipitations as reported naval recruits. The :Alabama wentas I when they arc needed. Every switchin

by Government stationat For Sale-Horses, mules-\ and Shetland I ding.Mr.. and Mrs.S., S. Griffin and fami- far north as Rhode Island and Bob I City Tax Assessor Thomas, who is this sale is.
Kissimmee for the week emjJ J ; ponies. J. W. Miller., tf : ly, of Orlando, were in the city Wednesday saw all kinds of fighting ships from' fair secretory and chief hustler for the made of excellent
Thursday Sept. 15: organization, will complete his quality nat
ing, to attend the Bullock-Griffin submarines to dreadnaughts took
Sergeant R. L. Sumner 1916 tax assessment work within a ural, wavy, guaranteed o-
Max. Min. Rain CorporalIra I wedding. ""S part in a sham battle and can now ,
Best, Private Joe Johnston, of qualify as full-nzdgeij I few days-whereupon the material Human;
a : "Jackie.
Friday -_ ____90( 75 .17 Company B, N. G. F., spent a brief I H. II. Harper who has been spend promotion of the fair will\ begin to Hair mounted 'l )'
Saturday __ __93 74 furlough in this city last -vock. 1 ing some time visiting in Grand Rapids W. W. Williams, State Secretary of I take definite shape. on 3 separate ;
I B. Y. P. U. and al'liuo' 'ark: citizen who afford strands in all
.. ___.93 72 .96 I Mich., his former home, has. returned Sunda I Every possibly can ,
Sunday
It For cash-a tablet free with every home. of the Stats of Florida, spoke Thurs it should subscribe for at least shades.A 1
Monday _- ___88 72 pair school shoos purchased at day evening on the "Efficient B. Y. one share of fair stock ($10( -paid for
Tuesday -----8() 68 1.50( bert's.I GiI'l Miss Lula Miller opent the week P. U," and will speak '""riday evening in installments). There are about PERFECT MATCH TO ANY r

Wednesday __ -85 68 .85 end with her parents In Lakeland returning on "How to Make the Sundav School : 200 shares still unsold.AD'EUTISED .
Mrs. M. G. Waring and little to her duties in the Katz: Go." The books will be distributedand COLOR OF HAIR
Thursday.89 70 .10( ; ; Gordon returned; to their home, in store Monday. a lesson assigned to begin Wednesday I LETTERS.

Lakeland, this week, after a pleasant I evening, a course in Sunday Letters accumulated and advertisedby
t 0'i44P00 COOO O OO visit with relatives here. j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helms of Or- School Teachers Training. They have the Kissimmee postoffice for th c ,

School sho"s 'cm at'' lando, spent Wednesdav in $issimmee. already about forty-two registered, in : two weeks ended Sept. 11, 1916, are: A.S. GILBERT[
-you can get i They were guests at the Bul- the class and others who are interested I Mrs. Martha Geddes Marie Johnson .
..OOOOOOOOOO. O. Gil. bet c's. 38-2t lock-Griffin wedcjing. in this \york are invited-to join Mr. McKinley J. E. Prescctt, .
: I I the class, which will be taught each Wm. Sbnett Joe KISSIMMEE .:: .FLORIDAIT'S
Rev. A. M. f'hisholm, pastor of the R.: I 11. Calkins! and son Frank are expected Singleton. Daisy ;
Christian church his Sunday Wednesday evening for 4;:> minutes Vandvke W. C. Watson.: i
gave to return, Friday, from Lebanon lCo .
i The.Local Field I I.oooooooooooooooooo I
school Hammock class of boys an outing .at Conn, where thev spent the I(i following the. prayer. meeting. B.. B. SIMPSON. Postmaster.. . _
I grove yesterday..See past two months. !" ---, -- - --
j +- 00 0 "OO"Oo+ "O O o. ot 000. .
our big window display of alu- C. A. Heidt, of Tampa, visited his Next Sunday'sChurch ; R
minnnum. It's free, with atGilbert's. ;
Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought. coupons sister, Mrs. C. W. GriffIn Wednesday
to attend the wedding of :Miss\ Alma 3
I Griffin to Stanley Buollck. II ServicesMETHODIST i i :
Born, to Mr. and Mr. V. Wiggins, :Mi- Petrie will resume the exert i WORTHLESS
on Monday, Sept. 11, a daughter. CMIS of her Kindergarten and Primal | Mrs. Willis Bowden and family will
School 117 Sunnier street, on return to their home in l essburg:; EPISCOPAL.

I Buy. your scho 1 supplies pt 38 2t Gilbert's Monday, Sept, 18th. Sunday, after a brier visit with h rpal'cnts The morning topic will be "Paul i If You Cannot Depend On It '
Mr. and Mrs. M Cosner. "
the Bond Slave of Jesus Christ. The
I Mi ;;, A. J. Cook, of Haines City,
Ijirry L. Pope, of Loughman, wall was Called to Shingle Creek last Tues :t Tony Regero and Frank Calkins ex- night scrmou's topic will be "The .1.
in the city Monday. day because of illness of her mother pect to leave the eaily part of next ,I Crowning" of the Slave's Live at the "S's. 'If' .

I :Mi.. \1.: :\1. Iveistreet, residing atShingle week for Lake City to enter Columbia I Finish. 7.
businessman Both subjects will be interesting to
C E. Carlson a prominent Creek. College for the ensuing school .
of St. Cloud, was in the city year.H. I whoever has bec.i studying his year's How about your Time Piece? If not satisfactory, u.
I Wednesday. Spend your cash at Gilbert' and 'M. McKay from, Gainesville is Sunday school lessons dealing with ,
V'I ifet coupons on the wOIId's best aluminum visiting Kissinunee. several days in tr" missionary journeys and woik of I
I Our box cakes 10( rent, rare hi.\ ware. connection with University of Flor- I the (great apo tle. The world has pro- . we can make it satisfactory. 4

1 ways fresh. R-cd's bakciy. 33-2t ida agricultural work in this \,'icmity.M duced no greater hero and v/oitnier -
G!. :M. Sl\eniouce, the popular and servant of God. .

John A. Blackwell of Ashton, was appreciated{ reader of the KisMmnity I' ..es Grace Wirfn' Maurine Dann, Rev S. W Lawler nar.tor, will da- All Work Guaranteed
in the city Tuesday. Conceit Band, has taken employment Helen Bass mid Mattie Belle Hams liver both seimons. lie invites you !

reduced in size. with the Coiner Drug Store. Mr will leave Monday for Tallahassee, and your friends to attend!
r r Our tablots aio not
A Good values aid a big line at Gil. Shear'ouse formerly vas with Smith'sShoe where they will enter t the Florida ;

bert's. 38-2t Store. State College for Women. BETHEL BAPTIST CHAPEL. V; 'If"fl"fl"

Is it candy you want ? See that !' County Attorney W. B. Crawford Sunday school at 10 a. m.; R. A.
9 V. Wiggins and two (children visited stock Jacob "Made Last!; Night" 5,. '' and G P. Garrett motored'to Ocala Bowen, superintendent. Classes for j B&OWN j
with friends and relatives at Plant CO.j
H. O. &
i to $:!.60 at THE CORNER. Tuesday on legal business Mrs all. '
this week. SORE
City
I DRUG Ciawfold and her mother, l1rll.lay: Preaching at. 7:15 p. m. by the pas
. II i tor. "Faith in God Is the Ground ofHuman
' Ask your grocr for Reed's and box Ws are requested: by Mi. erect Mrs. accompanied them. Blessedness" will be bis Jewelers and Optometrists -. 1

I cakes. They're only t-2n" cents are I I R. O. Livingston to extend their Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Saunders have topi,'. .1
. "Made in Kiosiiamee. 332tM. thanks to those good people! who HO returned from Providence, R.I., Player. meeting!! on Wednesday SUCCESSORS TO COLE JEWELRYJCO: .

f J. Base, of Mulberry, Fla., was indly rcmombcrod them on the occi- where they spent the summer. Mr. evenings at T:30: o'clock. Come thou. H. O. BROWN Mnt i in Kissimmee this week on a business ion of Mrs. Livingcton'c 71st birth- Saunders was formerly linotype op- with UP and we will do thee good." ,
.' errand. Jay. I!.arntor in the Gazette office.

II. | FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCII.
Children's dresses 25c, 49c each. I Do you find your favorite face Special orders for Poinsettia ice
j in this D. Jcrkisq, bricks colors size o'r flavor Rev. O. B. Falls returned: Wednesday __ _
powder .
'. The Story Store. I. Hilt-Methot cream any 6 Vy' 6 6
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' 'Azurea, Mary e Blanch, I I -give us 24 hours. notice. to get evening from Oxford, Fla., wherehe ".- oiI- 011-. 011- M3
R< W. J, S. Carr and family, who have Nadine, Roger and Gullet's, and others i what you want. CORNER: preached for eight days in a most
been spending .the summer tin their ? Comeand see.,THE CORNER DRUG STORE Phone 297. successful revival He will preach at

.. t'0t.tag8.at Coronado'Beach,' returnedhefie DRUG 8TORE., the usual services next Sunday at the Fresh Stock of Drugs ,

r Saturday. :" ; Mrs. N. C: Watson,r of Carnegie, First Baptist, church. Sunday schoolat I .....,.:\:- .'
]Mrs. H. W. Grady arrived, Sunday, I Pa., will arrive Friday to spend the 9:45: ;'N. C. Bryan, superintendent
'tit" Human hair switches big values, from Fort Myers for a' visit with winter with her sister, Miss Eva I .

: V at Gilbert's. See our ad. Mrs. H. M. Breaker, Mrs.. H. 1Co: > Thomas, and other relatives. En route We have purchased a large quantity of Fresh prulr' + 'I '
and other friends. Mrs. Grady; for- she visited friends at Latta S. C. I .IJ1lifcoTiNTRy'Is---
t W. S. Alyea, S. J. Triplett and Wil merly resided in Kissimnic-o and has. and Toilet Articles since the new management took
liam Hall, of St. Cloud, were here many friends here. MIR Sarah Prevatt returned, ,
Monday in the interest of the Florida | Thursday, from Oilniulo, whet she and
charge position to fill wants.
are now m a
Interurban Railway project. Miss Marion Sargent spent the has \been spending several" days at the your
week .:?nd with relatives in Lakeland, bedside( of her daughter: Mrs Je'i- GROWING BETTER :
C. B. Buckley, of Narcoossee motored Un her return she was accompanied, flings I'r'.evatt, who i critically ill. ui .
to the city Wednesdays acco-i by her sister, Mrs. F. P. Reeves, of j> hospital in lV; >iniosaMisws If we haven got what you wantwe
panied by Mrs. i'. W Hill, Miss Madeline Avon Park who continued her journey --' '
Hill, Fred Hill and Mrs. Hill'-- to her home Monday. I' : Eleanor and Celeste 1IIo; left for Tennessee, -
to
ley Monday
tn- "
guests, Mrs. Ringold and daughter, "I! I \
New Jersey. Mrs. J. P. Byrd and son, who have tr Mrn\sville: College for the coming I SPREADS BETTER
been' visiting her mother Mis Sarah school teim. other young people
Check a cough or cold in the: lungs/ I'nvutt for the past four month, from Kis-simince now enrolled there i HEALTH CONDITIONS Store
before serious ire: Nathan Ifjyiin, Nat Carson and! Palace.Drug
it develops a ruse will leave for LeesUur, SuuLty, to ---
BALLARD'S lufttEHOUND SYRUP join Mr. Byrd who has purchased a John MVithcspomt, kNew ,.
k is an effective'* i'titlcdy' for nil sore- mercantile business at that pluie | Word )has been iccnved bv ic-lnti\ I Striking Example Is Shown In OTIS STEVENS Manager

-. ness or congestion in the\ (HITS(: or air Tampa By Users ..>.i ,
v Price 25c, 50c end $1.00 Miss Hazel Naugle went to St. Petersburg in thus city stating the serious illnessof It .... '"A, .... "4 .... b
passages. :\11' Jennings) Prc\utt. 'ho111"
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visit with E. E. Naugle and family.
macy. Mi: to FOl'lno..a, near Orlando fortreatment.
:Miss Naugle lately successfully na--s-
with the Mrs. Pievntt resided in The spirit of h..I"lnr" Afhnrv |- i
Eddie Baldwin Tip-Top ed examination in KisHininvce for a
y ,
Tiperary vaudeville ajrrrKation| lirbt-grade school-tea<'her's ititiinate./ Kissirnni for some time and her .n In i md, In this "-MM MI,i\. and w" I n ,"' .
* which made a one-mglxt stand in KmBimmco many friends will regret to hear of I gr.nt'IriK b"ter) ( t and. Iw..llhl"" \ < t

this week, called at the Val Mrs. W. L. Paulk, Mrs. J. R Brun- her, .ditical. .. condition.. (.!. .:. .. .. .. .. .> (III., :Mn i in In i tti P ii it.111 to!it M will Ir l Stock ;
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Mr. son and Mrs. J. L. Ovei street enjoyed .
ley Gazette office Wednesday.; 1 . ,
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ffiuml in T.imp'i and \ i of initx uh-- HI .
Baldwin is showing in Orlando, fof the Monday afternoon at the hume Dr' -.- CVMI'HELL. <
base ball club there. He will how Mrs. H. W. Morrow, where they sp,,"l .-:.: : : :. .:. :. .:. -:- -:- :. r,. fiitvJoiiM thin .umh". 'lun.ito **i 1-1'' '
in Kissimmee again about l iec. 6. the time very pleasantly at bii.sketrj.Mis I' ur) l hi"tI"I|) i II" Ii.,". not Kiiou .n' '
1 Morrow served tea and wafer* !<';II Dfil, ?f A lull'\ IlI'lN. b) ,, ? Mot, oJ l 1 i Of Shoes : \
J. E. Mattocks accompanied bv his I to the guests :Miss Nannie Collins hers returned IIar ioj: in.il I lit-alth, HIT" ;"I i in, "I
of Lake Gem and Misses I to her home, at Loughman, after several 1 Iii.. I IH |u'oi>n )Io i\ tin |Ing) mi i"til, ,, i
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Honorable returned day,, visiting with her futb M I "r 'idlers .t t'enni's 1'1'' ''e'' eSIr u uday
Edythe Edeburn, editor of the Mt I W. J. Sears , '
Bessie Crane I home from Washington, I). C, :Sunday and mother, :Mr. and Sits, J. W ('ul- whn !tell]] IIMU "" np rlo'l1ll r i 11' :
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Topic I 'Ichlo,1' 'hat In... been. "..illil AI',, ,- I Our line of Shoes for
over in Mattocks' Buick car motoring here from Jack..onvlJle. lins. I .sud. II h. d\ ,n.- ; the, big '
Monday on a business trip. They returned in his Hudson Super-Six. While he Mrs Cobb\ of Rosalie! is Msilini i ; I \\:11'1"01' to 11\, II"I'M"l! .
Tuesday.Mrs. will inake visits to various points ill her daughter: I.Vude. Lamer, here "I'. I' \1,101"1 of No; _'Til. Niiiftf; ntli, I Men Women and Childrenis
the district Kissimmee will be his .I this weekj/. "Hf tilts rltUlP, |"n'I't s'I I: H ,1<1 1Sfllllf ,
A. Hose of the Paik: Hotel, headquarters for several weeks. Mr. w1'l1Ir' !'. Robert lironson, of : iKlll"H tlllll III) Ulfl' I 111.,II? .
accompanied by her daughter, Miss. i KisHimmee: visited Mr and Mrs. .1..J.1. I Aides. \In.1111"", IIPI NM mnrii', pi"'til" I now complete.
l II Orpha, and son Glenn, returned Fri Captain William Dunn, who is connected :M Bryant here Sunday runt. ln-Kttil 1h.it. she MiouM UH<' MIMIIPnNo ,
", day from Detroit Mich., where they with the Southern Colomza-i !Mr. and Mrs Snyder and children, \\'e 1"P..h.| <.il. Dili bottli .said. It. We have the
,ha,, lone a \\oiltl' of KOMI! alt. *.iil) mid reputation as
spent the pact three months. During tion Company, has leased the J. P. of Kissimmee, visited Mr and !Mrs.
I I h"re rime far Ihreo ITIOTTor
" the summer Glenn completed two Fox property on Beaumont avenue Wads Lanier Here Sunday.Mrs. ...
courses in the State Auto School of and is having it thoroughly repaired. I' J-v E. Kirkpatrick was a Kis l Lean HitIIIIHI badly rUII-I Iwo ,,>"eniM II. w f-nk my wifehas 'andnereous the "Old Reliable Shoe

that city. Mrs. Rose plans to open Captain Dunn and his family have simmee visitor Tuesday. and' ciMiM., not stand) to do
"', the Park Hotel about October 1st. been pleasantly located ot the Gray-i 1 Charles Williams, of Loughman, much about) homf Hut If these thit'p .. Dealers of Osceola County" '
stone Hotel while awaiting the arriyal i visited Richard Bronson and family lioitleu. do HH. well HH tit first one. she a'
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Potter and two of their household goods. j i here Wednesday.Claud will noun he hcrnrlf again.
ons, of West Palm Beach who are Strickland) who is employedby An elderly woman who heard thin
" touring the state in their car, have J. A. O'Berry shipped! 400 head oft the Edg. water Farm Cpmpany, statement Malil "I 1 am thankful that

t;.1.: been guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. Petersburg B. cattle and a car load of hogs to Put- ': visited 'his family at Haines City on there their are duty others to like Andes myself,. and who suffering feelIt Our New Line
motored St.
Aultman. They to .
't nam county. Monday and left the Sunday.Mrs. humanity In make Know their stories
for the week end, returning Robert Bronson of Kissimmee
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;;: to Kissimmee Monday, and continued same afternoon with a party of help-I is visiting her father and mother, Mr. I learned of Andes In this way and am
.',, t their trip Tuesday, whom they visited ers to assist him in unloading and and Mrs. J. M. Bryant.. going to |ins on the good work by will sustain that reputation
.. Orlando, Ocala and other points. Mrs. placing them'on pasture. Mr. O'Berry Mr. and :Mrs. R. G. Lamb, of Shin- offering my story for the further .I
Potter, formerly Miss Vesta Willson, has leased a large body of fine I gle Creejc, visited their father, : spread of comfort." and will be full in
< is Mrs. Aultman's niece and was rear- grazing land located on a point ata, Charles Lamb, on Tuesday. I Andes Is a purely vegetable tonic every
:. in this city. Of their interesting junction of tbs St- Johns and 1 Ockl J. W. .Collins is visiting his daugh. I and build up strength through the .

f:. \,. amity of four boys and one girl they waha rivers which he expects to stock:ter, Mrs. N. B. Howard, at Luugh blood to overcome and 'nerve many ills It enable that are people need! detail. ,

) ere, accompanied on this trip by with cattle ad hogs. I man, a few days this week. I lefculy distressing them. Andes 1* a \'

K .Paul and Douglass. recontmcUve. It bring color to the
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July number of the Woman's Take drove Summer Better Tim* the Weak II to the eye. It makes you feel well
'II' ;,. \.Clubs' Magazine, the organ of the The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Old people who are feeble,and younger and strong again Ilk* old-time folk. -
J'- ..,,' General Federation, contains an irlua- chill Thule la equally rateable aa a people who are weak will be stren gtbened and a* Nature iKtendvd*u* to be. '
trated and interesting article Mrs. General Tonic because it contain the and enabled to go through the depressing I Andes Prescription to highly .Indorsed -
,tMinnie Moore-Willson titled Florl-, well known tonic propertieaof QUININB heat of summer by taking regularly by: Mr. C. F. Mobl I y, of No.
da's.,Monument-Living Models In and IRON. It'act*on tb* Uwer Drive. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It purifies '2702 Nineteenth avenue, Tampa. Fux, LTI-
Bronze descriptive of' Florida' oat MalariaBarfcbe the Blood and and earichea the blood and baud up i is now on'sale in Kissimn .. by Corner 'j

S.mAnoye Indian. and their hardships., BoOda up UM. \ Ltol. 7IL 90 cents ,the whole .,.IteIII., .,5Oc. .,.-...::...... DrugStore,'the exclusive arents. , **
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SHIPPERS S. H. BULLOCK BECOMES SAYS TAN' lAC'' SAVED round work. I wherever I have am not strong I been want: enough able to go to to,do something walk for- I R.U BU MY.TISM MUSTANG: :

over a year, and that U a fact. Tan- : Will core your Bhemnati
ASK LOWER RATES DEPUTY COUNTY CLERK HIM FROMTHE;GRAVE i lac 'miehtv nigh'. raised me from the Neuralgia Headache, Cramps, !,
I ,, : dead, that what it has done for me. Colic Sprains, ,Braise, Cats and For Sptains, Lameness.

-' If you don't bellcvo vhat I. have told Boras.Old Sores, Stings Insects Sores Cuts Rheumatism .....:
FATHER OF SIXTEEN THOUGHTEND you just ask any of tho men around ,
f ALSO WANT BETTER SHIPPING County Clerk Overitreet has obtained of- NEAR-TOLD WIFE WHAT' mine No.'.8,.and they will tell you the Etc. Aatu ptioAnod7Betised internally Penetrate and Heals. ,
FACILITIES TO SELLINGPOINTR ,for his office the service TO DO WITH CHILDREN WHEN' fix I was in, and how much better off and externally. Price 25c. +
of the Pain Once
S. H. Bullock, justice' peace HE DIED. I am now."Thank. I Stops At --4 j:
for District No. 1 Osceola county. I --- -
I God, I will soon be able to For Man and Beast;, .
Tallahassee, Sept. 13.-About 25 Mr. Bullock but will be will deputy be county What Is' probably the most j-emark- earn a living for my family and I 4 8ECO IRISHPOTATOES 2Sc.SOc.$1. At All Dealer, r
clerk his duties specificallyand R..a NO. :
strawberry growers and shippersar able (endorsement! ever given a will owe it all to this medicine.. Tan- tiLINIMENT"j
f. rived today testify in the'case here mainly devoted to the abstract medicine the proprietary j lac. I have just written to a daughter For f Sale S I for (allplan
business of the clerk's office. was statement
before Examiner Burnside
tomorrow I IJ of mine in LaFolletto, Tenn.. who line now ready.
The public and Mr. Overstreet are made recently by H. J. Williams, a
Commislion to be congratulated for Mr. Bullock J coal miner at the Tennessee Cot 1 andIron i needs a medicine like thin, and I want Prlc. two c*"'. piripound f. o. b. H..'- : ;

I Railroad Commission in behalf of has a reputation of being one of the\ Co, mine No. 8, near Fairfield, her to take jt and get well. lnc, c.fth_i lt>t order.f. ,
I' "I don't believe row I had Pellagra -
ever
Florida growers andshippers petitioning most proficient abstractmen in the Ala., in the Birmingham distri't.'The because I did have R. ALLEN H..tln .. Florid'
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clerk of his
His duties as story wonderful resto-I
Interstate Commission to country. deupty
the require of I
breaking out kind. don't believe
\ the operation of better service; are not new to him, as he held that ration 'to health was told In his own I had Hookworm any either, but- .. - DR. DERBYSHIRE *
under former County Clerk words, and is' nrofoundly interesting.
the railrocds and express position
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require whatever it was, this Tfenlac\ has
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I companies t oprovide refrigerator John M. Lee. His statement follows Doc General Practice: giving special. '
for carload shipments of The public will find that Mr. n.lock's .,\ "I am 54 years of age, and am the tainly fixed me. I don't reckon there attention to Obstetrics and Disease of '
\+ cars medicine
abstract service will be a model father of sixteen children, eight living ever was a on earth like Women. ;,!
r' strawberries by express, also to require I hand Tanlac. I will nlwnyc bless tho day HousesFor
of and expedition. eight dead. I came to Birmingham
better rates both by freight andexpress. efficiency I bought this medicine" orricc OVFR PALACE DRUG STORM r
-- from East Tennessee: and have !
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'( The transportation companies Genuine Tanlac is sold in Kissim- KISSIMMf TLARcildencc r''
will also be well represented! (It Lieut. SteFfee Home From followed mining for a good many m oe exclusively by J. Z. Roberson; in Phone 189 Office Phone- \\1,
1 the hearing tomorrow as it is understood years St. Cloud Seminole _.
Philliphines Badly Hurt I "A I'out two I took sick. by Pharmacy; in 1
seven rooms have been reserved ; years ago : Kenansville by Phillips Bros.-Adv. ,',
at the I.eon hotel for their party -.J The doctors at first thought I had Rent I '.
I The strawberry sections tepiehcnt- ,Tiipevotm, then Hookworm and finally I ALAN J. MacDONOUGH
Lieutenint, licnu' h.imp Steffi, after Sickly children need WHITE'SCREAM
| derided it was Pellagra. I took
I'lant ( and Kathleen -
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I : VERMIFUGE.: It Registered
voyage fraught wth much pain I ticutment from a well known M.i- not only .
i I I I 1 l>, Pellagra 'Cure,' but benefit (destroys w rms/if there be but and "
Want Seller Service and Ha lew. I and\ many delu\s armed home fromthe ima got no any
' :' '' The dodo finally told tluv it acts JK a u(rent thenin/l/: tonic in ENGINEERBRONSON
{ An attempt is being 111..1 to fret': Philippine Island i 1 last. \\-ek und I me :#
the stofciiti nd l bowels. Price 25c
r better service und iat"s on st raw. I II is now with his" brother, Hal'mon ,ouldn't do me my good and I bottle. Sold Osceola Pharmacy.
berries from ,Honda pioduting) noini< i ito ,Stt'ffee, at Green Pond, about 15 miles going to 'ee them per by --
markets in the ;N nth und En'4.w I IOn I west of Loughman I "I 1 suffered from a sort f math, \ FOR SALE I J ,i
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:; complaint from growers at Sluike, 'I Lieutenant St>fTW resigned his feeling all the time in my back, and I I
-It said that there is Attention
is" no marrying I Special to
I couldn't
the Honda Railroad l Commission oetitioned !I commission in the Ph lippme con' talj- was dozy-headed. stoop
f!, the Interstate Commerce :,ulary five months -'go, rand was looking !over or stand on my feet for invlength and giving in marriage in hea\en. _______ _u _ H _ ___ CANCEK.: .OITKE; TUMORS and a
'' of time, and couldn't hardly This perhaps proves th. old assertion \DISEASES' OP THE SKIN.
" Commission to require| ; the lailroadsund forward to his hOl11e-'cm'nj( with I
':eat anything and nothing tasted good I.I that fools rush in where aTgls fearto Orlando Office-lioardman Building, ,'i
it express companies td put into .e-I I many pleasant anticipations, when he' "
tread. The Elite ParlorMRS. 8 to J 11 5Winter
\ ,: was induced o take a ride on a now I i In fact, I was slowly starving to Realty a. m .
express Park Officc2to 4 and 0 ,
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charger whic'i had just :- purchased
"1 lost all and fell The Quinine That DMI Not Affect The llel.I"au. . SUMMERS> Mgr. to 8 p. m. sepl (Hmo pd
,express may be nude in carload lots, by the cattain of hit fori,ler company |I mv strength ofT ..r of lu tonic and laxlHve.effect LAXA. .
I Ie' and thereby reach market in much ,, The fiorse moved uhruly and i 45; pounds in weight I used to weigh, T1VH HROMO QUININE!I. b ttrlh.n ordlnanQuinfnfc 207 Bill St.,Ctr. Brick Htfffc) lniniiM J Bt
? (quicker time and better condition ran into a stone: fence, mj'i ling Lieutenant -|1 when.I was w..lI. 133 poundn, and got and does not came nvrvouanee nor
l I.t;,. than can b.? afforded by the piesfi\t\ Stcffee's ler at the kee so badly down to where. I only weighed !110 .1;1 freight sen'ice. Petition also asks for tht he was !laid up i a hospital in pounds and wi.s' almost n walking'skeleton. j,5
lower rates both by freight and express . :Manila for some time prior to his departure -[ ;:, "':-:-- OOO0+4
"I finally decided that there was no i
: J. A. SCHREIFELS D. C.
i South Florida Chamber of Commerce I)I When he embarked he found that more hope for me in this life, and I REAL ESTATEINSURANCE

t} Takes Part. ,; his leg was more seriously( '! injured (''to gave my the ring children to my in wife the Odd and told Fellows her C.W. GRIFFINStaple CHIROPRACTORSpecialty ....................................... ...,
'" The South Florida Chamber of Commerce i I than was at first thought and he was put
" is taking part in the forced to stop for treatnvnt, at Honolulu i I home when I died. i <
in Nervous and Chronic
if: for lower rates and better sipping San Francisco, Jacksonvilleand i "This is just the shape I was in I \
facilities for the strawberry growers. (Orlando' arming at his brother'sfive I when one day my :little daughter aid: and FancyGROCERIES Diseases. Examination of Titles
:'J President W. F. Miller of that l hody': months after he started homeward 'Papa, why don't you try that new a
i CmtultltlM ail Slnal Anilfiii Frn
will those appearing before medicine everybody: is talking abou' I'
beamong
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;- the Interstate Commerce ('ommisIsion's IIi doctors have rdxised him thatit It has helped so many people, it might,, |' | jj Opening Office October 2nd Specialty.Corresoondence i .
examiner at the hearing at Tallahassee ,I will require several months of inactivity h"lp you. Of course I bed no Luthlin .I Ii j
t anything, but just to please the OFFICE HOURS
tomorrow.CARPENTERS' to restore his injured! kneeto i :
i I family I made one more trial and got Solicited.;
TIJANKEl.l normal i
strength.
YA" UNION : : ], I this Tanlnc May the good I Lord Free Delivery to all Paris Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays,
" The undersigned, wife and bioth HE GOT THEM: MIXEO.\ bless the' day I got this.medicine. fur of the City between 7 and 11 A. M. w
/ A :Missouri farmer had, ordered a it was my saKrtion I JohnsonBldg.t141-2lr.i<.By|jllsln|Judlf Parker' Robert
suddenly] fancy pig from a breeder, says the' "I pot: relief from the first bottle 1. t J Riedel Co. :f.
r. hereby express our deepest appreciation I Youth's Cpm A anion. The pig was a'mid I began/: to"eat and pick up right <- +444'4 .c---"':": NOVELTY WORKS
.t.f and gratitude to the (Carpenters'] mere mite of a 'pig, and .the farmer from the start. I cm now on my fifth t;5
Ii Union of Kissimmee.for. its generous sent it back. bottle, and have actually !gained back C.F.THRASHERSHEE7 House Bills a Specialty All Interior Fioisk -1!
solicitude and care for our deceasedrelative. "Dear! sir," he wrote, "from the 25 pounds" and now weigh 115 it METAL WORKER Window and Door Framer, Window \ 'F\
f$'. I comparative size of the pig and the just looked like they more I took the LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW and Door Screen* "
.. BEATRICE I. MESSING. bill, I 11m forced to the' conclusion that better I got and I keep on picking up Metal Roof*'Put on and 'Phones: Shop 216; Residence 237 '4
.. C. J. :lIE SINn. you got them mixed. )"ou should have every cay! I Guaranteed Waring Building. Darlington Ave., Near Freight Depot *
l't J. L. MESSING. I ... Daytona, Fla. ex pi'es--." ,and made arrangements toO hack to .
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.. I} IIIP.. hrSl to A GOOD FOOF V nIL' ,tr t i/ J [, 9r.' HfV ,( ;e; rIP i fag fea IS ..
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}i Keeping up with the procession is not enough for the General-he PHYSICIAN T. M. RIVERS.and SURGEON M. D. I)


.n must lead. And lead he does in volume, quality and price. 'Phone Office Office JhHld..H'over 14 Osceola 8. 51 Pharmacy ..I



{1. .. The General's leadership is due to the enormous resources at 0 F. Kill HMS w J. STEED


his command the five }//V of modern manufacturing men, KRIBBS & STEED i l i

ATTOHNKYS AT LAW w

t t money, mills, machinery and materials. Legal business of all triad glTa ?t''

, prompt attention 5 5Offlcpg
" 11 and I 12 sin I* Hank Bldg.Klsslnunee .x
Men who have learned the roofing business General's enormous mills. Not a dollar is chemists. It i is then coated with a blend of Florida j

.: through years of practical experience are in left unspent which would speed up producharder 'asphalts, which keeps the inner b..

charge of every department of the.business. tion, increase quality or lower costs. saturation SCJfnd< prevents the drying-out Pat Johnston 'j:
Men who have made a life study of the destructne the roof. o P. Garret ,'
so to ordinary
blending of asphalts comprise the General's Materials--the 1 ) food I of the I mills-is bought JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW :

I Board of Expert Chemists. by the General in enormous quantitiesandstored. CERTAIN-TEED is guaranteed for 5, W ,t;

I. This means the pick of the I market or 15 years according) to ply I ((1 I 2 or 3)) Offices 10, il and 12 Citizens Bank :;"J t

1, Money-the means to promote efficiency, and favorable.buying, and no* l loss; from idle Experience proves-that it lasts longer. Building. 1yKlulmm.
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increase out-put, reduce cost, prevent waste machinery, due to shortage of materials. Fla.J. :;
" CERTAIN-TEED is made 1 in rolls.also I in
-is at the General's call in abundance. ;
Thus the success of CERTAIN-TEED slate-surfaced shingles. There is a type of r 1.

G1 Mills-the largest roofing mills in the world Roofing is no secret, but is due to a combinCERTAINTEED for every kind of bul1d- W. THOMPSON ",

r are th }General's. They are advantageously ation of resources and experience without ing, with flat ot, pitched r9of, from skyscraper 'i

m located at points where cost of fuel, access parallel in the roofing business. to small residence or outbuilding.to FUNERAL DIRECTOR ., .

raw materials and quick distribution of andLICENSED '::10,
of finished products are most favorable. CERTAIN-TEED is made of f the I bestquality CERTAIN-TEED is sold by responsible> .

3+ti roofing felt, thoroughly saturated dealers all over the world at reasonable EMBALMS :

Machinery-the most modern known to with a scientific blend of soft asphalts, the prices. Investigate it before you decide on Store and Chapel Stewart AT t

1.1 the roofing business equips each of the formula of the General's. board of expert any type of roof. KUrtmmee.' Fla. )I\ ;,'

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World' Largest Manufacturer of Roofing and Building PaomrtSUl ',

III,. Now,Y'r CIty .e. Plrtlad.IPbt ule IIoot Mi o.-&..:oI PitUborih. D.troit SMI FruKbeo Los AtU. Milw.ak. Ct-t-d Real Estate Agency.aaawaw..aaa..a..aaaca.n. .
+ Jtew 0...... _..ale Seattle IC.aaaaa City lMliuMp Atluta kkaowl D.. MoiaOorrtlibUd .. u.-e.. 0.1. Le.... Srdes7"r :
) UM,e< Realty bought and told. .
House rented f ''J'.

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DAYSEPTEM1EIt1S1H6. _ ,__ ._......_ _ ______ "' I,THE. EISSIMMEELVALLETGAZETTE., ; _ _ ._-' __ _. __ _ _.m__ _'_ _' __ ._____ _. FACETFashion's "



Latest' )(Tiller.-School Mai, -...'' War .0eses, fcbl- 1i&'III'' April IttV .and.'thereafter'.tile",' "I'hi."ttt."I tfl"'da1'" et '.ugua ; '1,: n. 1'

Fad- - Proceedings 9 oT r ored.There. term of office of all members of the 1O16. Slolfir ,
being no, further business the House of Representatives shall commence 8. C DEL. _
I. Board adjourned..untll.the .next regulsim.ettng. on the flrst Tuesday after! the ,.As5peeibL' Master hi..Cllane...,
. : first Monday In April'' next succeeding.; --roh -Cause.. .. n-u
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the Veil Board .. W. C. RA8'f.!' Chalrmaa.' theciection.At the general election ,
Long Flowing the'School Attest.! '0. E. YOWELL; 8upt. In 1910. and therwafter all Senators to t MOTICR roa\ FunMOATiojt.Dt !" .
, be elected shall be elected for ..a term

'l ,LETTER f ROM',J. H. BULL. of four years, the term to begin on the ...*...f. sac. laSerS.'' V.' _. **.<
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first Tuesday after the first Monday In ORlee Gslss.vIlle Fl,. A.... .
Kisslmmee I Fife, Sept. 4. UU, Colchester April (of the following. year, except IS. laze .
Small N. Y.. Sept. 11, 16. that when a new oounty .. created the .
Turban The
Sailor School Board
Draped on or Shapes If Ii Almost met In regular session -
LeirJslature shall
Kisslmmee Valley Gazette Kissim- \ at that time fix the Serial Ke. ei 11ST.
; there being present W. C. Base, term of the first Senator I
i Jrr .i"ible..F U Drettet Have Longer Skirts Chairman; J. s. I'Itr.tton1.W..lter' Bran seer, Florida: to be b..fcttd.t:: f at two or four Notice Is hereby given that John
son: also C.: E. Yowell. Supt.' years with the. end) In view of keep Heimberir of Lourhman. Florida who
The minutes of the laat meeting Gentlemen have been thinkingfor Inar, the number of old Senators in a on December 75, IIIX.: made Homestead

-- were. dead and approved. tome time that I ought to write balance" with the number of the new," Entry No. 011I6T, for \VA nt NEK, 8HJ.H .
X New York Sept. 13. which Parisian houses H. (.. County Treasurer, re- Section I of Article VII of the Constitution of NW" and NW14! otHa 'S..o. 11
.. Lave
I made a uorted as follows: you. but you know procrastination Is is hereby amended. so aa to Townshlo 16 8.. Rana-e 18 10.. Talla-
"I simply must have ono of those point of featuring this ocason. Long I To the Honorable Board of Public Instruction read as follows: basses Meridian. h's filed notice of In.
new 'Veils. r think they are so fascinating straps starting from the shoulders In and for Usceola County: the thief' of time. We failed to tee "The regular session of the Lealslatura : : 1r.hto make Three-year Proof" to-
I
under the l herewith tender my report as last winter. My wife had to that shall meet In lOll shall apportion claim to the land above 4..
This, I overheard a young: large collar, and working Treasurer of Osceola County for the you go I the representation In the scribed. before the Clerk Circuit Court.
girl saying to her friend the other their way down on either.side of the month of August. A. D. .1 18Ueavral to the hospital last November for a House of Representatives, as In this at Klaslmmee, Florida, on the Ith day

da! on Fifth Avenuo. front; relievj! the oeverity of this simple Meke.l .. .... very serious operation. The surgeonsaid article provided, which apportionmentshall of October. Jilt.
.. Balance
from last report __16684 61 be based the last Claimant
taken
j- she could upon census name as witnesses:
TOe Veil she referred to was a long, design. Little slash pockets are Amount received from C B. not live more than by the Florida or by the James J. Whldden of Loughman

flowiftg one draped over th.. top of a placed on both the straps below! the Yowell sale. blackboard.._ 1 00 three days but they don't always United I.At.h'I i. 'the last Florida. <
small hat with hflt line. Am't received from Tax Col: know. She is here yet nad doing lak..... In the) several counties of the Nedom 8. Tolar, of Uoughman, FlorId .
high-crowned a
narrow lector. -taxes .. ____________ Oil ae ntate and those that shall meet every '
turned-down brim like the ono pic In some of the one-pieco dresses a Am t received. from Tux Col quite a good deal of work. Hope we tvn years thereafter shall apportion Jack K.. Pryor of Loug-hman, FlorIda -

tured hero It was caught together lonjf narrow girdle of the material l..ctor-pOII' 1915 u--___ 1 00 will see you all some time again. Mr. the representation In the House of

itlffront and fastened to tho top of isr wound loosely around the ftgure and Mrs. Thomas Redwood are,with Representatives In the manner In this William 1 J. aajrett. of Louchmarr.
110 881 39By article provided which Florida. t
apportionmentshall
the crown with a large round pin and several times and tied at the back or paid warrants a. per; list 6Z7 02 us a few days on their way home. We b*. based upon the last. census ROBERT. DAVI8. .

from there it :Ii-njj softly down they front in a loose knot.' The ends are are enjoying their visit very much. enumeration taken by the (Mate of 38-51 Res-later. I ITo

often finished with cilk t.ssels. The Balance __n __._ __ _86402 86uh Enclose check for renewal. Florida or hy the United States whichever i
.Hehool Ulntrlet] .. I. I. the last taken next before the
belt is generally arranged at the low Balance from laat report _u_+ 801 K Respectfully.J. LeKlslature ao apportioning the rep NOTICE 0' ELECTION
waistline givitig a suggerton'! of the Am t received from Tax Collector H. BULL. resentation shall convene.' _ _
Moyen effect taxes nuun- 26 Ot Hectlon 4 of Article VII of the Constitution the Sheriff of Osceola County of the
Age which it is predicted Yellow comp.exiont olupl's and \ I. hereby amended ay as to tttate, of Florida:
will become popular again. ale 26 read as follows: He It known That I. H CLAY
11.1'
The mateiialc moot favored for By paid warrants as per luo 78 disfifrurinfr blomislce on the face or "When any new county Is created by CRAWFORD, Hecretary of State of the I
these body can be gotten rid of by..doctorng the Legislature It shall be entitled to State of Florida, do hereby give notice
practical frocks are satin broadcloth Balance ____ __ _________. 7JO 61 \ .the liver which fc 'OI'Ifd. HEfl- one Senator and ono member of the that 'a Ueneral Election will% neld In
fine serge tricotino fancy flKb-Seheol I)l. twills gabariino and poplin. The Balance frpm last report ____9 S66 28 BINE Is a succbsafulMtv correctant.. next enumeration. provided for In Section Tuesday next succeeding the first
Parisienne, favors wool By paid warrants a. per list._ 1S3 44 It purifies tho system rtimulatci the 5. of this article that shall betaken Monday 'in November., 'I1.A,. D. loll th,..
jerseY' very I vital organs and puts the body in file after the creation 6f the said said Tuesday being
highly for these one-piece frocks also Balance ...1 112 84 new county or until the next the checked velours de laine whichare ob-NrhMl Ii'i.iilw:1 a. I vigorous condition. Pric-i CO c. Sold "numeration that shall be taken. by For United States Senator"from the
considered Balance from laat report ____11510 TAm by Oaceola Ph- .nacy. the United States of America after tho State of Florida, for six years from
to very smart These 't received from Tax Collector I creation of Ihe said new county whichever March 'fs."I- 1..1 -

materials are excellent for shopping taxes nn n________ 8S6 82 When a man is in love he thinks it I shall the sooner be taken after For S, ) Presidential Electors.
motoring and such occasions the creation of said new county. whenIt 'or une Representative of the
when 11877 67 is the most beau tifot il I thing in the shall be entitled to one member of Fourth Congressional District of the ...
one must be simply though smartly! By paid warrants a. per lI.t. 00 C.O world ; when he's out of it ho thinks the. House of Representatives for everY State of Florida in the Sixty-fifth Congress .

dressed. Some Af .the colors rre dark Balance _.__._ _--____ _11817 07 the opposite with on exclamation ten thousand population. or the major of lb. United States _
brown terra cotta and ".II -"...... nUlrlrt We. 4. fraction thereof the same .. other F...Owverntir of the State'6f Florida..
orange grean. To balance from lam r..port,1761 88 point.111111SISIIllUllIllIlull. counties"A .'or .*4 cretary of State of the State
The combinations in checki d velours Amt received from Tax Collector of Florida

lain---------------- 1114 10 I Joint Resolution I proposlnaan Floridattorney uneral of the State ofriorlda0ln '
amendment, tA Section 1 of Ariel VI
p3946 98 of the Constitution of the State of |>'r0ll">r of tlV,* 8tU of
By paid warrants a. p-er Hat to uO Legal Florida .. amended by Joint Reaolu-
ttnn No. 2. Acts of 1883. relating to For Treasurer. If the State of

Balance hn _.______nUU6.S suffrage and eligibility. Florida. lv
Mab-Nrboal I>l. rlt Ne. K. AdvertisementsNOTICV Be It Resolved by the Legislature, of Fur Superintendent of Public Instruction
To balance from la.t report 161 14 the Stat. of Florida: of the State of Florida. 5
Am't received from Tax Collector That the following" amendment to'' For Commissioner of Agriculture of
taxes ___n__________ 91 -_ si.iisuuuuils Section. 1 of Artlclq VI of the Constltu- the State of Florida
'lon of the State of Florida he. and For Two Justices" the Supreme
t 164Ry <> I NOTICV OP AOIM.NIII"RATOR the same Is hereby agreed to and shall Court of the State of Florida.
paid warrants as per Hat It 00 I FOB FINAL DIU.AhGKI" he submitted to the electors of the. For One Railroad Commissioner of
state at the general. election In 1916 the State of Florida
Balance _n___ ___ _______1 141 05 COJIJHT OK THK COUNTY Jl'IXilC.STATIC for ratification or rejection: For State Senator for 11th Senatorial -
MUCAU. Mub-Hrhool .n.tra..t 1%.. 41. OF PI.OHIDA. O9t! :KOL.A Section 1. Every male person of the. District of the State of Florida.
To balance from last report._ 183 IXm COUNTY "a-e of twenty-one years and upwardswho For One Member of the House of
I .\ 't received from Tax Collector la .. Estate .f "_1.11. r........ Irf-a citizen of the United States Representatives of the State of Flor- '
taxes _unnu 29 *1 Notice I* hereby "iclven to all whomIt it the time he applies to register she Ida.
may concern that on the 10th day of ').. deemed a iUnllfled elector at all. Fur;: : County Judge.
I 212 SSUy Scfiternber, A D. 191 .. I Hindi I alpnly to lections under the Constitution of the For Sheriff
paid warrants a. per ,list 182 32imlnnc. the Honorable T. M Murphy Juilffe of tatn of 'rlortta.rovidi1.' that he possesses For Clerk I of the Circuit Court.
said Oourt urn Judge of Probate for my the following additional qualifications For Prosecuting Attorney
.. 30 01 nnal dlachara-e" aa Administrator of the : For County Assessor of Taxe...
arrant ..-----------------S. can- estate of Roalella Peamun deceased; He shall have resided. and had his For Tax Collector
Satin Dress Braided with Soutache ,..leii> I In on,>n seHslon aa followsHen. and that at the same time I will pre- perninnent borne and nlace of abode In For County Superintendent of Publlo
,'ral School Fund I527H 03) -Nos.14X11. sent to acid Court my final account :he State of Florida for one year, and. Instruction .
back. No wo'id-.r this young gui was '. I 1501!. 11"?. 1508. 1509 1610. 1511. as Administrator of said estate and In the county wherein he 'applies I to For County Surveyor.
BO enthusiastic .bou it, for It reallywas U,12 HI !. 1515. IBIS. 1617. 1518. 1520 ask for their aproval.Dated register for six months previous thereto For: Five County Commissioners., '
the tcoiable affair" on the K'P/ 1521. 1.r>!2. 1B23. 154S.<< 1546 1S47. 786. March Sth. A. T> 1916. For Three Members of the County
most!: : H S! l n. No. 1 Fund $10572) -Nos. A. E. DROUGHT. Ho must be able. to read, write and Board of Public Instruction. 4
smartly-dresui!: young woman who / HH6. 1124. 12-oam6mo. Admlnlatrator. 'nterpret-any section of the Constltu For Justice of the Peace In and for
wore it. Thn v iI formed a c'-ni mintf 1'1' HI I>. Fund No. *. $13344-Nos. tlon of the State of Florida at the time Ihe followlnr..lu.U".. Districts, vis:
cloud-like ba"kgound to tier petty 14)18.) 1469. IXOTIlK TO CHEnlTOIlS. he applies to register and vote. No., : a.
H H I M. No i Fund t 60) .60-Nos. He must own In h4s own i-ightprop- Fur C ntabl.I and for the following
face and floated g-Titly in th eoir as I 1f3.525.! 1630/ 1631 1532', IN COURT' OK TIIK fOI'NTV' JVDGH erty to the value of not less than five Justice Districts, "I': No. 1, S, 1,
she walked. Tho ysil was of lacand 8. S I>. No. 4 Fund t 20,00-Nos. STA'IK OF KL H1I)A. oscotII hundred dollars which fact shall r. 4.6 testimony 6,7 5 (
the hat of satin. I 15U. I U8. OI.A (OUNTY. determined. only by the assessment. In Whereof I have hereunto -
was: 6 $13 0-Nos. ant my Irund and affixed the Great.
H H 1 1) No Fund. hooks of the county at the time he
,f Th'ire arc eviluo ..tiy charming 0 151*; 1546. 1141. 1641 I. i-e Ratale ef VXIIIIao W..r T. applies to register and vote. Seal of the State of Florida.. at Tallahassee .
veils of this t.ypelowadayu nnl one 8 H l I. No. 6 Fund unh-No.. He must not have been convicted the Capital. this the twenty.fourth /4

dozens and dozens of thorn. They 1544 To all Creditor.. L.eitateei Dlatrlbu.teea previous to. the time he applies to reg day of :August CLAT A. D. 1916HL. '
sees Kills were approved and warrants and all l Persons having: Claims ister or vote, of larceny robbery for- S) H. CRAWFO-RD
are made of chiffon, silk net or lace 'MllU.." US follow:: or Demands against aald Estate: *-ry. p.rjury.or bribery In any of t* Secretary of State.
some of them finis v.-d w.th; borders I- E Yowell. sal supt ___--_ 81Z6 OOXV .,. You. and each of yoru. are hereby "ourta of any State or of the United To I.. H. Ingram Sheriff of Osoeola
and oth'.rs withovt. And th..y come' C II. ..... 1\[. B I*. I. _n_ __ 4 notified and required to present any States or If ao convicted he must County. 16-2mo
T 8' Stratton M H P. I ____ II 60/ I claims and demands which you. or have been restored to the rights of clt-
in a variety of eolors to suit every XX'alttr Hronson M. R P. I. nn B 00 either of you, have against the IxenahlnProvided. JWOTICK Of APPLI4-ATIO ron TAX
complexion and every taste. Some of 1 8. fadel. IrRal services . 12 00 estate of 1.r.ay\V:: rl deceased however.. That no personor I)KKU UNUKR flsOCTIIIN! BT-4 AND
the in lovely shades, MIniS Nellhm McQuarrle expenses; late of Osceola.County Florida. to the lineal <\escerulent of any such person ftTH UKNKHAL': STATUTES OP
prettiest ones ere from Oatnesvllle and return. 9 80It understated Administrator of said estate wno was on January first' 1867 or THE STATE t>f VLOHIDA.
of purple, soft rose-color, InYender'1 Cloud Tribune. exam notice S! ('0 wIthin two years from the date prior thereto. entitled to vote under o.
taupe green and blu >, as as XX*. B Maklnaon Co, supplies hereof. ths Constitution and laws of any of the Notice I. hereby given that W. H.
black and white. They sometimes An Example of the Straight Effect School No. 2 --________--_--_ | |5K. Dated July 11. A. r). 1916 States or Territories or entitled to Jones, 'purchaser ot Tax Certificate No.
tie W. A. Rowles., form of 110 dated the 6th day of
cravon J"n. E. DROUGHT. ,
----- A. government
worn on small closo-flttinj: turbans are dark green with beige, gray with Q Wanner Ina. School 10._ 14 81-9t Administrator.. or t'in:7: :: citIzen or his .de- 114, has:. filed said ,...r fllau"I'I-}

and again on larger sailor shapes. navy blue, and beige with Burgundy I. L. Ovemtreet. recording; deed scendant shall be denied the right to office and has mad. application for

Hats and veils Tike thoso are worn not to speak of tho black and white School 10 n__ ____--_______ 1 50Wat.r NOTICE or ELECTION.Whereas. register and vote becauselie, shall not Tax law. Deed to Issue In accordance to.
A Carson Oro Co., supplies be able to read write and Interpret
with frocks of serge satin or silk. checks which never seem to lose School 1 ....-__....... ZB Legislature of 1(15 under any section of the Constitution of the' Said certificate embraces the following -
The one pictured here was worn witha their popularity. State Bank freight School 1 the Constitution of 1886. of the State of Florida, as above '' or lands, lying arid being eitua.t la,
.YIid.
with bodice I 8.111: School 10. Ill.61:, board, State of Florida did pass three joint because he shall not own ;: Osceola, County, State 0t5P'lorids. to--
dress of black satin a snug SklrU Are and n.l'ur.r..d wit
Longer Straighter '11I.vO ?_-. -.-' .----------- 44 TT resolutions proposing amendments to the value above specified I' : ?
fitted at the waist with softpleats. There is a decided tendency to lon Southern Desk Co... desks, for the; Constitution of the State of Florida fit liens'of the United States however Lot SlK
The, skirt has a full tunicpleated1 ger and straightor-kanging skirts in School 10 -.--,.-- ----"" : In : and the same were agreed to by a St the. time they apply, and before they (II) of Klsslmmee Park. .
with N. F. Baas, bids. rm1 Sch. 1:: vote of three-fifths of all the members shall I be admitted to register, hall The said land being assessed In the
at the waist and made most of the autumn modelx Paquin I KlBslmmee' Tel. Co.. phonee elected to each house: that the votes present to the registration officer certificate name of J. A. Wright at the date of

thtrfcopular loop pockets, which were has made. many dresses noticeably I 'Bch. 1. :SOoj office, $l.Ooi'i 1 0Valley on said Joint resolutions were enteredupon of his naturalisation or a duly Issuance o..rIirA: t"h.an '-..
faced *tith purple satin to match the longer both foi1 street and eveningwear 1 e. exam their respective Journals with authenticated copy b .rg'tlon Unless be redeemed -
".00 : printing $9.5G ------- 12 BO; the yea and nays thereon, and they Sec. 1. Upon the this according to law Tax Dee
V purpIoaidod j design which trimmedthe and many of the other Paris! BKBB. labor ; did determine and direct that the said amendment to the Con.fltutlon. the will Issue thereon on the llth day. of
4t.l'IU
dre.. This is one of the favored ian couturiercs have lengthened the : N'S'h. IB $100; Sch. ..: 1180 joint resolutions be submitted to the Legislature shall enact appropriate S"fJrt''mA.':: D. If 14. ;1
I Pettla. ..1. tech. Bch. 1---- 46 oe law. to the of this hand and official seal at
designs for aul'imn r.nd it certainly skirts for the coming thoughnot Mae electors of the State at the general carry purpose
season Iva NIswonRer.\ same. Sch 1 n BO 0 0 election In 1116. tmendment Into effect. Klsslmmee. his the 17tb day of August -
is a most becoming one. The sleeve to an exaggerated\ degreo. The Mr.. Lottie Hurt .ame. Sob 4__ 60 00 Now therefore,.mIefl.. Clay Crawford. A. D. 1.11. '
was cleverly cut to form a point be- skirts have not lost any of their full- Lillian Prentla same Sch 7___ 60 00 Secretary of State of the State of Florida The vot. cast in compliance!! with J. L. OVER8TREKT.
low the elbow where a silk tnssle ness in their downward tendency. Mr.. J. H Bteffee same. 11__-- 40 00Die do notice that a general said proposed amendments. and the Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola County. 4.
Campbell, same itch 11 .- 40 00 election bIr.I'b':. held In each county canvass. declarations and returns State of Florida.
was placed. They simply follow tho lines of the Mellesn) Roberson. same. Sch 26 86 flO In Florida on Tuesday nail succeeding thereof shall be subjected. to the same (Circuit Court Seal) 11-11 ,

A Popular Fall Model figure i.iore closely and do not flare "v. 8 John.onOm... Bch 28 86 00 the flrst Monday in November. A. regulations and restrictions as are -I
dre-,8 for as much. The hoop skirts and Hasel Norton aame. Sch 11_- 40 00 D 1816. the said Tuesday being; the: provided by law for general elections IfOTICK' OP APPLICATION FOR TAX
There is another crinoline
popular Cpra L Oauldlnc." same Sch. II 115 00/ seventh day of November for the rat (in, the State of Florida' i DEED 1'ntnKH' BKCTIOIV: BT4 AND
fall which is rapidly paining more effects are practically dead and T. J. LltUe. same' Sch 16 .._ 40 00 lOcation or rejection of the said joint In testimony whereof I have hereunto 1I1a GENERAL STATUTES OP
and more advocates every day. Thisis some soft draperies ore seen in their I Mach Uroa. hauling" dirt Sch 1 61 00 resolutions proposing amendments to set my hand and affixed: the Great THE STATE OP FLORIDA.
Osreoln Hdw Co. supplies Schs the; Constitution to the State of Florida Seal' of the State of Florida, at Talla- _ _ '4
the one-piece frock of which nn Illustration stead especially in evening and afternoon 1. SBC: 7. 1.1 I 20. 4. 6c.; 81. $S6 3S .'8 (8 vim: hasse. the Capital. this the twenty-fifth Notice Is' hereby !given that John 8.
is shown her It jhows I dresses of satins crepes and d p XX-oodall. labor Sch 1 19 60 day of July. A. D. 1916 Cadel. purchaser of Tax Certificate No.

the straighter effect and long linos soft silks. : Starling" plumblna) ; Sen.' 1 .* fj> A Joint Resolution proposing an amen- (Seal tlmo.H.. CLAY CRAWFORP------ .U.4a.le4..1.11A ,. of July A D. .
R'.t itch. 1 _: 7 ) ... ui' '
Marble labor Section Article. 9 of the Secretary 1914 hasflled Certmcate In
ment to 9 of
-- -------- -- - ------- -- --- - -- my _
A .f MacDonouKh. aurvevlnitSV State Constitution relating; to taxation office. and has made application for
One-fourth of theworld's diet consists 2.0 Tax Deed to Issue In .
.). I and finance IN THK CIRCI'IT' STATE OK accordance to
DR. IL3' DEAl of vegetables. I -; 1"nll.. lial"VoVitVact""BiillI B,, It Reaolved by the Legislature of PL.ORIKASKVKNTH 'T. law.Said
II I I .41 f, ; bat .Contract the State of Florida: certificate embraces the follown .
Word has been received by friendsin Croll ( ra.s. 164760 ._--_-_--1Z95 00 That the following amendment oi JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. lands lying and being. situate in
Alex iTaynea.' rent Sch 26 ---- 6 00 Section, 8 of Article I of the. Constitution OIU"ICOLA l'OtlIllTY-.N CHANCKRY. Osceola County. State of Florida to-
this city announcing the death of BARBER PRICES C. L. Bandy com tax collec- I of the State relating to taxatlo' wit: .
'tlon :BSD. No. 1 -- -------- T 91 and finance Is hereby The City .f tolas we.., 1'11. 8WJ4 of the NEVt of Section
Dr. L. A. Bishop formerly- mayor and Shave ______________________ 15c W. B Maklnson. sup Sch .16r 260( shall be submitted: to 1'rcttgra".1: :; : a Maialeisial X"erp.ratle. Two (2). Township Twenty-five (III) f
1'1.' )R 1) I ____ __n- the Btate for adoption or rejection at. ... South, Range Twenty-eight
Lac. .
prominent citizen of Fond du C..I.I. ;
Haircut _____ _u_ ___ ___ __on 35c W W. Haley."fprs. IiIch 18. R. the next general. election hereafter vs.Eli. The said lands being assessed.tin the

Wis.He Shampoo n__ _____ __________ 35c 4.80 that I. to say that Section II of Article ': .... Rlbks ... J... H. lbs>a.Tt name of J. R. Smith, at the date ofIssuance
died September 2 of paralysisand Hand Massage __ 35c S. J. Howelir'laboV'Sch.'VsT's's'H 9 of the Constitution of the State Iefesds.I.. of said certificate.
nnu ______ I 50 be I Unless said. certificate shall be
from the Masonic D 1 amended to read as follows: redeemed
was burjed Vibrator Massage __n_ __-n 35c C Hartley YtTppfles"Sch.- 16. "Section I. There shall be exemptfrom appearing by affidavit I appended to according to law.. Tax De.dwill
Temple under Masonic auspices September Vibrator and Hand Massage 1'1' R. 1). I ."_Ununn to taxation the value of I hb filed in the above-ata cause Issue thereon on the llth day of .

4. combined ___ _ _. 50c Walter Harris supplieS Sch 18. five hundred dollars IYtoto widow that Ella F, Qlbbs and John H. Qlbbs September. A. D. 1916. .
n --- -- -- 00
Dr. by his 8. R U. J II that has a family dependent on her for the defendants therein named witness my hand and official seal at
Bishop accompanied Hazel
Witch Steam 0_ __On 25c the Atlas Mrils."supplfeB"Sch. support and to every personwho la a are nonresidents of the state of Florida KIsBlmmee. this the 17th day of August i'
wife and daughter. Miss| Marlea, Hair Singe _______ _____ _____ 25c 1 16. S. S. r>. I ___ _unnn_ fill. 00 bona fide resident of the State and. has and are residents of Uvalda. Montgomery A. D. 1916J (
spent several months here last winter Beard Trimmed (only) ___ ___ 25c Fenol Chemical Co. suppliesSch lost a limb or been disabled In war or county. Georgia" over the age U OVKR8TRKKT.
S H I) 1 ___ 63 60 misfortune.A Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola ,
health which 16. n- ----- bv of twenty-one years; It Is therefore County
hoping to benefit his Beard Trimmed and l Haircut. 50c
<< J. 1. Hararrave supplies Bch. 16. ordered that said nonresident defendants State' of Florida.. I
was failing rapidly. While in this I Tonics Standard Pricen. 5.8.1) 1 ______- -___. 200 Joint Resolution proposing an be and are hereby required to (Circuit Court Seal) 16-6t
city he made many friends who regret The above to go into effect Oct. C. L. Bandy'Yonf tax col. 88. amendment to Sections 2. 8 and 4 ot pear to the bill of complaint: dar I -S t
his loss and extend their r>, 2 ______ --__--_____--- 11 Article VII of the Constitution of the said cause on or before Monday. the 1WOTJCR OP SALE.I. .
sympa- 1st 1916.KENNETH C. L. Bandy, com. tax col., S. 8. State of Florida. relating census 2nd day of October A. D. 1916. otherwise "

thy to the bereaved. P. BUTLER.A. 1)3 ___-_-.-__--- M w" and apportionment. the allegations of said bill will n..u. C..rt ,.. .... 5sv..tb J....- ..
P. J. FranVlln. saL teacher Sch. B r> It Resolved by the Legl.iature or be taken. a. confessed. by said defendants sat Clrralt .f ta. at.t. .( .....ra_
Pea co of mind ill quite often the C. TYSON.A. 13. S. H. n S .______un__ .0 00 the State of Florida: !. ... ... Oa se>iai v..tf': :
result of a piece of mind. E. FORD. 38-41 Mra. V. J Franklin same Sch. 00 That the following' to It Is further ordered that this order !. ClPlerlda _-.' "
8 8: I>. 1 --------- -- SO the Constitution. of the State n.tn'IO; b.t published once a week for four consecutive
C.It Bandy. c mi col. B: B. weeks. In the Klsslmmee Val- .
1961 ida be. and the same are hereby agreedto. I E. A S.. ,
D.4] "_ _--.___-- and the same shall be submitted to Icy Oasette. a newspaper published In a Cers>ersitle>sbCS.SBPB3B1F
.ooooooo.ooooooo..o OOOOOOOOOOOOOO..ooooo..ooo..oo Walker *"Hllllard. supplies Sch. 195 the electors of the State at the general said county and. state. Ce>aas>lala . ,
18. B.8.D.4 -- -------g--- election In 191$. for ratification or rejection This Und day of August 1916 I vs "
I-ian. Williams, sal.: teach. 3. I* OVKR8TRBKT. .
: J. C. Ledbe 'er mmm tCmmm r.I
8. 8. I). 4 _________ 110 00 Clerk Circuit
18. u Court.
Section t of Article VII I. hereby _k*.. mmmFORF.CLOBURR3_ _rye.
MI.. Lassie Have" _I. teach. (Circuit Conrt Heal) ..... .
to read follows:
amended so as as .rlT dlsg bs4..e. ss be .
LICENSE NOTICE Bch IS 8. B T>. 4 __________ 10 00 "The .......I.lature.- that shall convene O'Bryan Pledger. ,).e..Is Lb.r sad F.reltweC.p.sy. ;
'Miss Lillian Prentla sal. teach. 1 In the' year of and thereafter Solicitors for Complainant. 16-4t c.
Sch. 7. 8 S D 6 __un__-- B 00 shall consist. of n"I: member of the
,C. L. Bandy com. tax col, 88. Semite from each county In the State NOTICE OP AE.B. : OF MORTOAQB.
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D.C --- and of one member of the House ofRepresentatives To All Whom It May Conc.--
-'. M. V. CheeBeman. rprs. Sob 16.B from each county In I. Ct..lt l'.t few .... hv.-t. .1..1. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned -
8. D 1 --------------------5"oom. 11.41** the State for every ten thousand of !.! rirralt .( tm. State .( .......... as Special Master In Chancery -
NOTICE is hereby given that nil State and 8. L. Lupfer" \601) communicationfrom treaa population therein or the major fraction Is .... Ke>. Oseeeia C..tT. appointed. In this case will offerfor
The Hoard received District ( thereof where there may be. a ma- -1m Casjsieery.fteetrirlai sale and sell the property described -
p. the Trustees of Bub-School lor fraction left over after dlvldlnahe at public auction upon the premises
County License taxes, h1cluding outomo- No.4 asking that Sandlln Carter whole number of population of th T. 8..ra.... ..d where the same Is now located at
and Ely Tales ob"s aloWC8't6transtrttheir 6. The ' I..dJ'thtte number.n\.n\ thousand J. l>. "..., ....,. her mmmbasid 11:00: a. m. on the Rule day In October -
pupils School No. :-:, each ; shall have tenaolalaiasits.XV. A. n. 116. via: the Slid of October
bile tax, will be du and payable October Board after duly conalderlna In the Carter matter at least one Representative and thatno .a. A. I). 116 The sale will be mad. to
decided to allow Sand to county shall have more than three H. Heeler ... JH J. Heeler, the highest. bidder for cash. The complainant
I and Ely Tales each. 60c per day Representatives In the Hou.e of Renresenlatlves Bin wife. Re.p.sdests.FORECLOHUItE may be a bidder and may be
{ i 1st, 1916. Persons foiling to comply with transport their pupils bo to School out No.of 6.B.; The members of the OK MORTC1AOB. credited on the amount of Its bid with '
said sum paid
ItOVld..d. House of Representatives shall be the amount due to the complainant
I 'chairman fund. fo- elected for a term cf two years and To All Whom It May Concern : der the final decree In this ease The
a, : the low regarding these license taxes will W. C. Bass-and C. B for a the members of the Senate shall he Notice In hereby. 'riven that the un- i id..r.l..n..d premises Is dtt.ll.e where ,'
well oj""ui apPointed ooo arrange Me. elected for a term of four ,...a.r.. except aa Special Master In Chancery ; the saw mill Is o'a ; :.. the .
No. 26
I e na hereinafter provided The election this-cause, under and by vlrtuvof property described was. used said
be sUbject to prosecution The low requirjug. ry! VC lr0oweil that he had for members: for each branch shallbe bl..n flnal decree entered herein on premises, being' In Osceola' county.Florida .
P reported at the same time and places. The the D. 1915. and known as the OaceolaLumber
written Mrs. O. R. Bee. be and John elected In bthakur .cftoct..b ; : Mill .
term of office Of Senators << will on day 116. and Furniture Company
state numbers on automobiles bas not Owen for a map of the route ov..rWu" the 1:1.r expire on tt..hr'n t Monday namely. the Ind day of October between site. The property to be sold Is aa .. p
fl they proposed to transport Mrs. Itl*. The : of office of lea-al hours of sale; In front of follows:
to, School No. 6. As only ,Senators elected In Ills from the fol the Court House door Klsslmmee. 0."Ja.'if' . One complete saw mill with steam
iT,: "been repealed and state numbers must Beehe furnished such, a map contract the Board for lowlnircounties' to-wlt: Kscsjnbla.Oadsden y, Florida expose for sale feed one IO H P. enrlne. one 60 H. P.
decided to give her the school Jackson. Leon.; Madison. Lafayette ; : for cash to the highest.bidd.r portable boiler one Tower three saw "
transporting: the pupils for the Taylor. Columbia. DuvaX Bier and stow six ,il
Nassau til e.followlnir described property located darer, one complete
also e secured. term at the rate of $1.II per day.. ald 1 Marion Bumter Jefferson Lee, in Oseeola. county Florida' Lets saw lathe mill. one mammoth Chattanooga '
1 sum to be paid out ef 8. BJ D. No. Monroe Putnam Vol..1...Hamilton.Al- til. 114 and Ill according to the Flat lathe bolter, three timber cart
fund. The pupils to be tran.ported are the achUB. ,Broward.. LIberty, Hernando. of Plnedale, aa shown by the recordsof and one American shingle mill. I
Celia Padgett. Annie Padcett. Plnella Brevard. Palm Beach and said plat on die In the office of the Tills riroperty so far aa the aatnex .
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;: w.. B. CRAWFORD Dixon e blld. Francis :r.vaoz: Jw..t. Levy. shall expire Bkarr and one child all be will be sold as aforeVhls ,
.. teaobere April lUll other Senators to County, Florida, the same being e subdivision premises '
'i -r t .. L The following were ap elected In the rear ills their terms of of"Section I 2$. Township II "* \
!or Prosecutlua Aq rttey polntadid'; Miss. Nellla. McQnarrle, -no- >fflce snail expire on the. lint MondayIn South 'Ranire II East of TallahasseeMeridlafl. the ftth day of August. A. DCl'1 f'
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'- ": ... April. Itft. All member of the The'complainants nosy bebidders'at <. '
r-- .:. '. ;,t- ,e' r:. c, prlaclpat School to. II. St. Cloud: House of Representatives elected at ,saldf sale and will be allowed 0. .. KRIBBSjLs -
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'_ '. W .. Irene Banmsartn r.7th.and Sib the general. election i. ItllVthelr term credit 'on their bid to the."m..nt > Special Master la 'c ) Vta] __a 't
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Vffi V gredsec3ioo" *'"-No.0-, U. BU'CloudJ- -' of.orzi ealiail_. expire on the Brsl lion- '.due;them under' the said Stoat. Deere, ... tale_ Cause..
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! We have them, and plenty' of them. We will give'you more for your money than any one else in Kissimmee. Just see the size of our 5c size '

Tablet! It is a corker. We are selling 5c pencil and a 5c holder all for. 5c. .. M

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, A few of the thing we have-: Fare and Square Tablets, 250 Pencil -- __.___--__.-....S for 5c Slates___ ______::_____, and lOc Composition Books ---------- Oe Pa.u ________ -------------r. 5c
page "....-'.- .___._.____ !5e Pencil and Holder .u___.._. 5c Book Strap __________5 and lOe Penstaff and Good Pen *----- beBped.A'cosPlJ
Dizio I Tablet.--------I 5e Examination] Tablet ________ 5c Crayons, all kinds, ____ Lunch Basket (willow) ______25c Inks, all color _____ _________ foe Paint Brushe* ________u_*..

: ete line of Boy*' and Girls' HaU-jutt the thiof for School Price, 25c to $1.00. Hey arc daadiac Wo received tie prettiest line of Middies for school this A. M;.we hare ever Lad..and think of the price--oat1Sc Mf.

98c, in all color and ctripei;; tee window for these. We art till selling 3 balls of Bucilla Crochet Thread for 25c, all colors. New line of Ladies' Waists just received. A lulll line of Boys' and Girls' School Shoes at very low'

; 1 prices. Cite them look-over| B 4 U Buy Boys! we have the Marble, 20 for 5c. uM



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+0 10 I C-t-0-i 0 10 10 10.0 10'0"0 I 0 I o I 0 I 10. ***<" -> Bt'ILDINC.) CIRCLE. ver of Lakeland], Josephine Reynolds MOTHEKS'-TEACHERS CLUR i 1 man's Club and confines its interest \ \
I l' and Carolyn Fripp. I more especially to child welfare. '' *,
A fine meeting: and rplendid offering :Miss Anne Carson assisted: !Mrs. This organization has issued an unpretentious These two organizations/ of federated '"> a
$ Society Notes $.1 were the report of the Building Bullock in serving cakes and iced tea. bpt attractive little year ,! clubs! needless to say, have the ...8prit'I't' '
' 1 Circle of the Baptist church, which :Mrs. Henry Aultman and )Mrs. Bul- book, containing the calendar of the :'de corps that exists among all '
1 I i met at the home of Mrs. Roma Thomas lock will be hostesses at tIn next year's' work. Consideration will be. minded active club women A
. on Monday afternoon from 4 to (6 meeting of this club given th-9 several departments of the The Mother:.' and Teachers' Club
(Mattie Belle Harris, Editnr.) p.'m. ... state and national fed'rations-cur- I meet regularly from September ,,4.will ,
y[ I Pretty fancy work and pleasant THE PR1SCILLA CLUB. sory, necessarily, but the foundationwill until June. On the second Friday: of pu reach

1 Request is mad. to ill patrons of the Valley Gazette to send items conversation, and Airs.prevailed Lewis during O'Bryan the and afternoon -I Mrs. L. H. Ingram. and :Mrs. J. Z. have another been! year.laid for specializedwork ''I I ings at month which will time he, aside business from nreet-business .!o'

I at Society Events 'o the Editor for publication in these colums.GRIFFINBULLOCK Miss Katie Thomas assisted in serving Roberson pleasantly entertained the I I I The Woman's Clubs of Florida are I' activities; there will be short f,4!
f I members of the Priscillu C'.ub' at thelatter's |
sandwiches, salted nuts, lady fin- I giving a great deal of attention to j drill in parliamentary! rules; also< 'y\
. -.0. and iced tea. home Saturday ufterqoon. the civic department. The Mothers' ,
. . . . gers I brief resume of current -events. On ',:
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j .: .A..A..A..A. . . . . . ...........A.. - . . - - . . I I Those present were Mrs. Elizabeth The hours were spent with needlework and Teachers' Club fully appreciate the third Friday there will be literary t'
n 'Waring and daughter Cathryne, :Miss and social conversation.Misses its importance, especially its appealto .
WEDDING. attractive gown of white taffeta and | :M. C. Bryan, Mrs. W. M. Jones :Miss I Ruby IVcvatt and Ethel Kissimmee. The chairman of the social programs. .
carried a large bouquet pf pink Lizzie Thomson !Mrs. J. A. Barclay, Robcrson assisted :In nervingdelicious state department, Mrs. J. A. Hendley, 1 Th:- first business meeting 'will he [
bridesmaid roses. Mrs. E. S. Hall Mrs. Gardner homcrmnde cakes and punch., I on Friday' 3:30: p. m., Sept. 15. at .
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A social event of interest to the entire Guy i "
Mrs. "Makinson's home. On ;
Friday
Mrs. Weaver matron of honor, was Those attend.ng Mesdames century
community the marriage of Mrs. E. Derbyshire, Mrs. L R. Farmer wore: '
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a ? Miss Alma Griffin, 'eldest daughter of handsome in white charmuae with Mrs. T. M. Rivers Mrs O. B. W. L. Winn John McPh.ntter J. L. friend'of the club's secretary; bence' night, Sept.2'r lit the licet Memorial 'a"
'? real lace waist and pearl trimmings' Bea mn, J. J. Woodall' Jack W. usual building there will lie, a r'""eo- >,{,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Griffin to Henry Falls and son Mrs N. C. Bryan :Mrs. Bass more than interest is felt by I
Robert Stanley Bullock solemnized: nt and carried pink roses. Lewis O'Bryan, Mrs. C. A. Carson: L. Paulk, A. Cotterrncn Tom Wco' -t- her as to Mrs. Hendle 's very successful ', tion for the tI" eh'rs. There will be '.i
o'clock Wednesday evening at The small' flower girl resembled a Miss Kate Thompson and Mrs. Roma all, H..W. Morrow, J, L. Overstreet, work. Mrs. Hendley kindly offers music, vacation notes and an address *>
the eight First Methodist church. fairy in her rope colored frcok. Thomas. .1. :M. Gardner G. W"'P.rGOnR, J. P. her services to Kissimnve clubs whenever I by Principal R. M. Evans. -?*
t s The church had been transformed Following the ceremony the bridal The next meeting of the Circle will Bvrd. C. F. Prevatt, Jl. A. Colton, H.M. they desire it. The Kissirnmre Officers and committees of the I
1 into a veritable garden for the occa party motored to the home of the be at the home of Mrs J. C. Griffin, : Phann. In -C. Smith and E. E. Woman's Club ( Mrs. J. M. Willson.J club are ns follows: ":
bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wells and ,Misses Rubv Prevttt and has civic id..nt-MrK..1 Earle Lunfer. r
t sion. Back of the alter a lattice cornered on North: Main street. r., prsident) a department, I
Griffin where a reception hiil Ethel Robcrson. Vice President-:Mrs. J. Z. Rober'Jff
with vines and flowers, extended was with. Mrs. H. C. Stanford its capable
the church. In for the bridal party, relatives and FAREWELL PARTY. Mrs. John Chapman will be -the chairman. Therefore the Mothers' son.
entirely across intimate friends. Here a delicious ice hostess at the next meeting of the and Teachers' Club leaves the civic :Secretary; -Mrs. W. J. Fripn.
of this lattice the was
{ front banked solid with ferns palms space and cream course was served carrying :Mrs. II. M. Pfann entertained with li I I'a el uh. work wholly to the Kissimmee Wo- Treasurer-!Mrs. E. E. "Nauirle. "(
out the pink and white color schema. __ -_. -mlwr".hin "Committ"e-Mrs. S. "*.
fa'rewell at her attractivehome a. :
t potted plants with occasional dainty During the remainder of the eve party? )I ,i L. Lupfer Sr. (chairman). Miss /

' touches of color given by reed bas- ning Miss Eliza Wright gave several' on from Emmett 4 to street 6 o'clock.Tuesady The afternoon .;iccasion - ) I Emma Powell !Mrs.< J..1. (,,-it.; Mrs. 'it.
kets tied with pink tulle and holding vocal numbers and at the solicitation was complimentary to Miss:' I I WHAT THE PREACHERS SAID I\:, A. Cotterman, Miss\ Almenn Leitncr. 'j,
out flow-ers. Immediately in front of Social CommitMrs. W H Ma- .
of her friends the bride ,
% the altar was suspended a beautiful sang a number Helen Bass and Miss Mattie Belle I i
wedding bell of pink flowers and of songs. Harris, who leave shortly to enter thWoman's > Last Sunday wes ., \, expected to reach the high attainmentit -) '*
I ferns. Lovers' knots of pink tule and I Mr. and Mrs. Bullock were accompanied College at Tallahassee.) National Reform Association : I otherwise might. .I '! :
to the midnight train by the \
roses marked the seats reserved for The attention of the guests was for prayers and sermons 2. Next to the home we should Overstr-. ]Miss TI"m"1" "1'ho'
and intimate friends. members of the groom's Sunday occupied very pleasantly with dainty the United States in behalf of look the church the institution
relatives to
as
, :-;, '. V'sitinrr' i Comrnittee Mm.
school class and of ) -- 'jft
a -merry party I I'needle work and conversation, and Nation's schools. and patriotic
P. "
Just before the : Mrs. where the foundations of characts.- .
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ceremony
I. Karle ) 1
Lunfer chairman Mrs. M.
friend They left amid a chorus of'i: the afternoon concluded with Christian education. The }
Weaver "The Dawnin her was re- be laid and where both
l' K. are to '
gang
E. Pnulk \
Mrs. W. L. Mrs. E.
good wishes' and shower of rice. Wooing, <
at a frt h mctR of sandwiches, cajces and thoughts in sermons< delivered in Iriotic
voice
' contralto being and Christian principles
magnificent are
pu-I K. N W. J.
Their itinerary will include Jacksonville I "ug'Mrs. Fripp.
nunch. :Mrs .Ra sdale assisted the simmee arc presented hcre.I'resbylerianItev.V .
its best in this appropriate selection. to high
'' developed a
.Daytona and other East Coast very / Child; Welfare Committee--:Mrs.' A, ,
; "Oh, That We Two Were Maying" was hostess in serving. ":'J. Then\ comes the school as \ '
M Chisholm (chairman), Mrs. R.I .
points and they will be at home after ,
,! Those !Mrs. II. M. '
well rendered byMr.. and Mrs. P. K. 1 present were ; R. adjunct to aid in this development;
Mrs. Miss
October 1 on Bryan ,rtrect near ,, :' J. L. and 1 :Mr' vans F. S. Gilbert, < M. C. J
i Pfann Mrs
Weaver; and Miss Eliza: Wright, of Beaumont street. O\'prsll'ept < | Dr. Witherspoon's morning "". and it is the school we are to consider Brvan. ",'d(,

c Orlando, sang "You" with exquisite I The brid-i is the eldest daughter of ,, vatt S. Ragsdalc.Ethel and Roberson:Misses, Ruby Josephine Pre- had for its text Psalm 119:9: : "\ I today and for it we are to pray. Program (1ommitt'c--Mr". W. J"!'' J

ti< '.! melody: and harmony. She was accompanied -. Mr. and, :Mrs.' C. W. Griffin. Her.beauty Reynolds, .Nettie Newton, inure withal shall r. young man "'\'" )have, several classes of school;, F'ripp (chairmen), Mrs. J. J. Griffin, :.
Miss Louise Thomason.Mr. ) :
by I and' charming personality have -public, private and church. That Mrs. S. L. Lupfer, Sr. -
Bush and
Thomas Helen
Reg-ero announced the en- Orpha Rose way ? By takinphet'd thereto these schools do their work wzU.'Ih.'y ,
may
for her host of friends .,
won a through- I
( :Mattie Belle Harris. .
trance of the bridal party in this order ing to Thy word. '
should be truly patriotic and I
this whore she has alone.| ,
Paul did
community Felix
k't lout rat appeal to
"The word 'cleanse is used in
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Christian. Otherwise they cannot attain -
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The ushers. Dick Bullock and Ralph grown is to talented womanhood.She in music. possessinga :Mil. AM -MRS. POTTER HONORED) sense of 'correct'. 'Wherewithal I the highest efficiency in the d.! I from the point of jurisprudence or Ii,

t Bearden, who proceeded down the beautiful contralto voice and hasI: I I a young man correct his way ?' '. elopment of character which is the { justice bit of the soul's destiny. Big- 'y
left aisle of the church, and ""Law been prominent in church circles Complimentary to :Mr. : nd :Mis. B. word of. God is the only first purpose of their exiRu>nce.I j h-artedness, temperance and judgment m :
Griffin 'and Everett Roberts, pa :M. Potter, of West Palm Beach, Mr. standard for correct ," said .
rence well in the social life' of the ways ) "While we rejoice, and should rejoice the fundamental '
as city. to
come were '
from the \ and ]Mrs. S. B. Aultman entertained 4
entering right pastor.
0 groomsmen, that the public-school system is
Mr. Bullock is the of Mr. and 1
aisle. Then the maid of honor, Miss! son last Friday evening with in informal \Dr. Witherspoon cited being constantly extended, and larger principles involved.Bigheartedness 1a
Mrs. S. H. Bullock and
entered the left young man at their attractive Lome showing I Is the basis of ",
on :
Lucy Witherspoon, party appropriations are being made for its
of worth who is identifying |I
aisle, and the best man, Albert Bear- sterling already I Broadway.Mrs. ,I The total number of pupils maintenance, we deeply regret that right relationship with God and man +;
himself with the business '
den, the right aisle, meeting in front this in-I Potter (nee Miss Veda Wil- America's public schools is about the churches have not kept far in tho i;and personal worth- and happiness. .,,'-
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of the altar mid.crossing to opposite terests 0(, city. son) is a niece of Mrs. Aultman anda 150,000. 'Mead in the establishment and endow Temperance or self-control ia the harnessing 't
wishes of their
t sides,of thechurch as had other couples. The good'found. many former resident of Klssirnmce, hav- The average daily ment of schools to be directly under of human life with God's
The of honor Mrs P. friends expression in a superb ing left here nineteen 14,200,000. grace for service. Judgment" to com
'L matron : some years ago, i the guidance of the Christian authorities
K. Weaver, from the left aisleanJP. ,, display of beautiful and costly wed : and the guest list for this happy occa. )The total number of I We should put much more is the great course.of human awaken., 4 I

; K. Weaver, groomsman, 'from the ding A number gifts. of out of town I I sion included old acquaintances 850,000. .- .. ,. 1 money into these institutions. lag, uplift and endeavor. These prin' -
fright aisle, now entered and joined | guests former teachers. The average teacher's monthly "We should see also that the BibleIs ciJlles are for universal man. V__
followed present to witness the ceremony were: I! The quite informally is $66.00. Implied in these is the work n/God +)
the bridal party. They were '' evening was spent ary not only read and devotional services
t. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and family, in The estimated value of all and man, righteousness, and '
by Master Stanley Griffin, of Orlando pleasant reminisccnccc and J held in our public schools but we fjmperance
who carried the ring, and wee of Orlando; C. A. Heidt, of Tampa was concluded with refreshments of property used for school should make a Biblical text-hook and and judgment. There i%,; triple 'c'1
uncle of bride Miss For-
Griffin sister of the bride the ; Mayme home made cakes and punch. ceeds $1,100,000,000.The ( relationship to ourselves our fellows,
+ Carolyn have it taught as a part of the regular I
of Bartow Mrs. A. W. '
sythe ; Carter total annual and to God. These principles produce ,i"
as flower girl, who scattered rose Those enjoying the evening were: expenditure course of study.
petals before: the feet of the bride. of Orlando.: Mrs. M. White of Orlando Mr. and !Mrs. B. M. Potter rnd sons public schools is apparently $ "All our school boards school officcrs I'the worthy life-the life possessed of fi
She was joined by the groom; and'as ; M. M. :Steward cf St. Cloud; Miss Paul and Douglass, :Mr. end :.Mrs. S. B. and teachers should have our 'i the bright virtues and forces for I
Eliza Wright, of OrI8n.loli,1'. ; : :Mary' Aultman and Miry: Elizabeth 000.We for good. They also develop the life that )f
fragrant
; they paused directly below the daughter expend our common ardent, daily prayers; along with diligent '
j wedding bell, Rev. S. W. Law- Groover, of Lakeland; Mr. and Mrs. Captain nnd Mrs. Clav Johnson $5.6.'i: per capita of population. supervision of ell their opera- is fulfilled in its development and :r,
Jer, pastor of the Methodist church Frank Helms, of 'brlando.O'UEnnY.STEBH1'S.. Miss Bryi.n, :Mr.' aid :Mrs. W. B. Harris cost per capita of the average lions." I usefulness like the flowers when flourished 1

" ., pronounced the simple, impressive 1 : and IlnuR'htellis.! Mattie Belle ance js $39.04. "Three Links of Dentiny. | by the sunshine nnd rain. Out ,)
4! ring ceremony while the strains of Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. I'hTigo.! Misses There are 11,315 public high iof, those principles comes also the
? ,! "Traumerei" vibrated through the i Mary and PorchirPhe.igo.' :Mr. and in addition to the common I Rev. A. M. Chisholm preached Sun- joyous life; there being no discord to
Marie and
Miss A. Stewal.t'Stebbins
I O'lierry lay night on the "Three Links of 1)es- jar, no offending conscience to disturb .. '
room. ( :Mrs. Joe Griffin, :Mr. nod :Mrs.' J. I.. named varying from hifi in I .
k,.,(") A recessional from the "Lohengrin" were quietly married fat O'Berry, :Miss Jean Caldwell und Mrs. vania to 16 in Arizona.: 'tinyj"; Acts 24:25. He began with I the light of truth to inspire, and '
rt" wedding march was rendered while I Apopka, Friday" evening, surprisingtheir Ben Pherigo. i Th number er.<. "s<<;fondary" the remarks that Paul was not ob- 'incorruptible riches as an inheritance .
the bridal party left the church. relatives. Through an unfortunate mistakeone ers--evidently 'meaning those! scessed with the thought of his own Perfect joy is but the even trjor of
1- I the school 'safety or personal liberty in his address I such a divinely guided life. T
" The bride was a vision of loveliness -- list of invitations reachits tween common grade
in a short gown of chiffon taffeta i The young people motored to Apopka destination though terror WAS the university is given as about j before Felix but with the :issues Are we prepared for these issues: ,
to.-.- with georgette crepe trimmings. in company with friends ostensibly iI i- ;ot known until after the pleasant of human destiny. |0r, like Felix the governor, do we
, She wore a short tulle veil, the Juliet( I to attend a dance. Upon their re- event. | I. 000.The number of pupils in The approach was distinctly a mor- stand trembling and lost ? :

hoo outlined with orange blossoms turn to rtiTs. city they announced to .M. *.. high schools is about 1,220.000. I II .
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and a shower of these blossoms were the parents of the bride that "we-i-idi KERMAT1C! CLUB. I One published statement .!!Y"I .
t caught in the filmy v-eil. She carrieda had rung." number of pupils in secondary
shower bouquet of white carnations / /They motored to Orlando Saturday Th members of the Kermatic Club at 1,374,000; but this number- Smart Fall Dreate Easily Made At Home a
t" ? and white American Beauty rose evening and took the train for Jacksonville met at Mrs. Bullock's studio :Monday pupils of private high schools to I 'r'rF
buds. She traveled in a midnight to visit Mrs. B. A. Graham afternoon with the following in attendance of the public high schools. This j
f blue taffetta 'coat suit with hat to sister of the bride for several days. I : :Mrs.' Bullock, :Mrs. L. H. nvent also quotes the Bureau of II A ;
; match and field-mouse shoe". They will continue their trip to their Ingrnm, :Misses' Anne find Inez Carton cation to the effect that the
i The dainty maid of honor wore an home in Baltimore Mu. and their guest Mist, !Mary Groo- 'education of the ;2,000,000( { I ;
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enrolled in the institutions 0 FREECOUPON .
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,ing of the United States in 1914 /
70000000.
These figures refer to all )
r private as well as public.

"These figures enable us in ,>,
for
measure to grasp the { / any .'
F the public-school system of the 'rk-
8 ed 1 States," said the pastor. I McCALLPATTERN II
a'.s4' "Our 'schools cost less hy $: .
000 than the cost of running the '
eral government. It is less than : \i
third the nation's expenditure I \

coholic liquors. It is only a x t' 1 i. included in 'f,
than three times the r :!
4l' more I E I
i THE[ ATTITUDE annual cost of admission to r 7 '
the purchase of :
t +r picture shows in the United / .
"The last two facts are most "

gestive as to the strength of ,, TheMcCallBook
appetite and the prevalence "" .
1 desire for amusement. If we .
+' S 2 The bank should hold toward the general public should reflect, rst nothing for strong drink less ' of "f

vat amusement and more for the ,

., se every angle, an intense desire to help and assist in the universal \ opment of intelligence and I& +1iC'Fashjons I'
;
o among the youth of our land, "
development of the community. In doing this there are times when would be upon a much firmer fir
for the prosperity and

' 1' the bank must do some things that do not immediately yield dollarretirrns. our_great nation. for Autumn
"Think of spending three
At the Sign .f th. Clock much for alcoholic liquors as .
On the welfare and prosperity of .community must be PHee only 2Oc.Ii.
.
for education, and one-third as

+ founded the ultimate strength of the bank. The bank is not unmindfulof to maintain moving picture( ( ....iI 3D ....t.) ,
we do to support our echoolal!

the fact that it has a public obligation that it cannot honestly .ashid.t "The young are to be
patriotism and. Christianity. sans .TlEIT catii5 s Ilmln" In.... NOw ON SALE
1. "In the home. Here McCall Pan.rn. No.73'71. McCall P.ttjrn No. 7379. ,
of habit and character must .be M.n.oth.r.ttr.ot., ...d.. M.n.oth.r n.w d..Ign.'
signn for Octob.r
for OctoMr r
if youths-are to attain to the
) CITIZENS BANK happiness and efficiency. Even t'e.g.
: .l.: Hund..d. ep b..utlf,1 new d.'an.' profu..'. I/Iuatrat.dr
ners in the little matters of : .. ''n colorth... rich affeota of Autumn abrlo.....d.Many r '
UII In r ,
OF' intercourse are underlaid with
KISSIMMEE plea of. moralitY',.the idoa": being .McCALL PATTERNS
things should be done I... the
.. way These principle can be r
A S. ..G1LBER'T
/ laid In early childhood in the : ,
\ Where this foundation work i. _
s, .... J) KISSIMMEE .- .;. 1 ... /: FLORIDA rv
10. lected home the child ,
,< in the. . .
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y ; , 'jt, ...... .,.'-.;.. ... .. ..', ,
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