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 22, 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: VID00769
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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I 1 KNOTT DECLARED NOM1NEE-: HoufMuch: Do'- You-- '- GRADED, AND: COUNTY 'HIGH ,



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TEMPORARILY SO, ANYHOW Honor and Prosperity? SCHOOLS OPEN; REMARKS( ...


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The Valley Gazette i is authorized by the Democratic. National Committeeto .,5 I Principal Declares Grading
,> Writ Granted To Catts Against
receive and acknowledge contributions to meet expenses that are necessaryand .'

> Alachua County Election Of- LOCAL PRODUCE MEN the legitimate United Statei.in the work. of re-electing Woodrow Wilson to the Presidencyof 84 PURE-BRED BULLS Standard( Must Be Maintained.


.,*- ficials May' Reinstate WANT LOWER RATESThe expenses Large of sums speakers are needed clerk hire for !etc.printing advertisements. postage traveling BROUGHT- OSGEOLA -Information About Domestic


For these expenses the Democratic party dependent entirely on the --- I DepartmentOther -
Preacher As Nominee Osceola I
Produce Growers cattlemen
.Ki slmmee
county's are continuing -
for its is and will be
organization held its regular biweekly people. 'Money campaign expenses not expected, not improvement of their herds.
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meeting last Saturday in Kissimmee's accepted, from persons or corporations having sinister purposes\ interest Last Wednesday forty-eight head News
The State Supreme court on Sep. council hall. President S. T. Fanslsr inimical to the public welfare. Mr. Wilson does not cater to voted interests. of pure-bred stock ar' ived in Kissim-
'20, after having the Knott-Catts contest was in the chair. Four EIGHTY-NINE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED FIFTY- mee for distribution among Pat John -
under heorin" and advisement B. E. Evans, as chairman of the years ago ston's, E. L. Lesley's Rull Bass's, andJ. The Osceola County High School '
eeverul days ordered the State Canvassing special crop-report committee, reported FOUR individual contributions were made to aid Mr. Wilson's election. This F. O'Berry'a ran hos. Twenty-four and the Kissimmee graded schools

Board to reconvene and re- that crop-report blanks had year his managers hope that more than 100,000 people will contribute for head were for Johncton and the others were opened jointly Monday morning
canvass the June 6 primary returns. been sent to twenty-four vegetable his re-election. were divided between Lesley and under auspicious conditions.The .

from several counties. growers or farmers, but that only TheRepublican candidate has the almost united of large financial Bass, the latter disposing of most of High School's auditorium was
The board reconvened yesterdayand three had been returned to himandtwo support his consignment to O'Bprry. filled with the pupils.of grades 3 to .
awarded to Mr. Knott the Democratic of these he had filled out for commercial, and industrial corporations. The cattle all are hulls of Hereford, 12 andtheir teachers, with a number '
certificate of nomination for men whom he met on the street. Mr. Wilson must depend on THE PEOPLE. Their money aided him in Durham and India Brahman breeds. of parents also present, to listen. to

-the Governorship on a plurality .of 21 The opinion was expressed that 1912. Their money SHOULD aid him even more in 1916. For he has served All are young, mixed ages, and are to opening remarks by County Superin-
votes. lack of interest and co-operation suchas them the three and one-half of his administration. be used for breading purposes. They tendent Yowell, Principal Evans, anda
throughout
CaU attorneys htd objected to the years from Mrs. J. Earls
this did not speak well for our were obtained from B. F. Lester of message Lupfer,
State Canvassing Board being order- farming community; that farmers Every contribution however small. will be appreciated and will be acknowledged -| Houston, Texas. Their average cost president of the Mothers' and Teach
ed to reconvene and rscanass.. the :ever will be helped if they are too in the Valley Gazette's columns. This acknowledgement shall be is $65 per head. The India Brahman I I, era' Club of Kissimmee.
primary returns-on two grounds: indifferent to help themselves.The the Valley Gazette's receipt to you. In addition, however. each contributorwill breed is said to be immune to the I They were preceded by a patriotic
(1)) That the Imaid having completed three reportB mentioned showed ravages of the cattle tick and is aaid II J I chorus, rendered by the school and
its work. had no right to rehah receive a receipt from Wilbur W. Marsh. treasurer of the Democratic'National 1 devotional l bed Rev."
crop acreage, 21 acres of ; 'to thrive upon palmetto, chrub, and by exercises by
its work This contention the court 2 acres of tomatoes, and 7 eggplantj. Committee. j' other wild pasturage. I I W. B. Witherspoon ontsor of the 4o-
refused to ..regiZe.j2) peppers. The Valley Gazette itself makes the first contribution. We ask Osceola I Mr. Johnston'o bulls will be placedon cal Presbyterian church.

tainted) That with the fraud ballot in boxes Knotts had behalf been Including the St. Cloud district. the county's people to join us in aiding this cause in behalf of the people's wel the Grove.pasture at his new home, ut I I' 1\1'I'll.' Lupfer's Message;!
estimate is 50 acres for eggplants Maple
fare. Mrs. Lupfer addressed the assemblage -
and that therefore /
AFTER the primary and animals
with a stand of 50 per cent good Mr. Lesley's are being
a ,recanvass coulJ not and would condition, and 10 acres of tomntoes, This is a people's cause. It is your contest. Justice peace honor pros placed on his Campbell Station ranch.Whalsy's I II the Mothers'in her capacity and Teachers'a* president Club. She of

not be in the interest of justice. The with a 90 per cent stand and medium perity-these are what President Wilson's efforts have brought or are biing-. I outlined the aims of the club; that its
contention to be mer-
court held the condition 83 cent stand. Cattle Vat. I
; peppers, per ing to you and your country. chief objects are based on co-opera
itorious.The Supreme court therefore helda fair condition; cabbrge, 10 acres, 97 How greatly do you value them? How much do you appreciate the MAN I The cattle-dipping: vat Ed Whale;! I lion between home and school, between -
cert stand, good condition; peas, is 2j
per is Point
constructing at Finny teachers and mothers In doing
discover whether the YOU-and AGAINST TREMENDOUS ODDS How much I
to who )
bearing of fraud AFTER the primary (garden )t 10 acres 96 per cent stand, is working for I, feet long, 3 feet wide, and 6% feet that which may be best for the physical -
allegation evidence medium condition; onions. 5 acres :93: does faithful services mean to you-to us all> { deep. It; is fitted with all new Improvements I mental, and moral development
sustained
be by
.. would. per cent stand, fair condition: strawberries Do not be backward because you may be able to contribute only dimes that others in this county of the pupils. .
or.n | 30 acres, 93 per cent stand, have found to be advantageous. she said believes that
!lilt was so patent that postprimaryfraud good condtion. where you might desire to contribute dollars. Any sum is acceptable-even if This club, t

had been pernetrated in Madi- Canning Factory Talked About.A only a dime. many little misunderstandings be- .
.
Mr. Knott Duroc-Jerseys for Denning.J. tween mother and teacher, and also >/
that con-
son co utnty even that the
that countv's returns suggestion ganization Denning, whose farm is near B. I misunderstandings from the child's "j j
8entr1 j'gn/ied to or have thrown 9Ut. This, howler operate the canning fctory owned in Vall." Gattt . . . . $5.00 I W. J. F. . . . . . . $2.OO .C. Miller's grove, east of Kissimmee viewpoint, could and would
Kissimmee Senator
---- left him 21 votes in the lead. .discussed by but Doncgan general opin-was has obtained throe pure-bred and registered he avoided by consultation one with
casually gilts 'from his the other about real or Imaginary defects
The Catts forces had dropped a Duroc-Jersoy
bomb in these proceedings, however, ion was power that of its the operation K. P. G.is at beyondthe this Farm, Orchard, Dairy, and Home Economics brother inlowa. The gilts are beauties j' in children and characteristics.The about their.
by petitioning the Supreme court to time in the near future. J. L. (as hogs go) and are to be the needs or personal
or foundation stock for herd of that club want conditions or relations -
manda- a
alternative writ of
issue directing an the county canvassing Crawford has been making!! effQrts to ; Experts At Gainesville- tober 2 To,7 famous breed.PROSPECTIVE. established that shall be mu-.
mus
induce some outsider to come here to
board of Alachua county to show tually beneficial alike to pupil,
and h/s .will '
the
: operate plant, continue --
? 'cause, if any, why the vote cast for his efforts to that end. j teachers, and parents: (particularly
h A Governor in precinct No. 3 in the primary To Help Contest for l Lower> Rates. Gainesville, from Oct. 2 to Oct. cation Conditions," E. M. Nighbert; ; CITIZENSOF mothers).
# should not be included in the returns A resolution was adopted indorsing 7, a week will be consumed in coning general discussion; judging dairy cat- She believed that, if mothers and
.'j' from that county to the State the efforts being made for Jower the best there is in agricultural tle, C. L. Willoughby; judging hogs, teachers co.operated sincerely and
'. Canvassing Board. freight and express rates. The secretary ferences, discussions, and practical A. P. Spencer; judging mules, J. M. KISSIMMEE ARRIVE I II heartily. in the' work outlined in the 't
The precinct east C9 votes. and is demonstrations pertainingto Scott. year-book -ftCfl\tlv-k by the
sand telegram
't'__ paid to have given S. J. Catts 59 more I as was follows instructed to the to stat. railroad.a the best and latest knowledge in Boys' and Girls' Club D.y. Thursday Wllli.ms'' Mothers: and Teachers' Club, this) 't.
than it gave to W. V. Knott. I commission. at Tallahassee: agriculture and its allied industries. Oct. 5-"Review of Club Workin Mr, and Mrs. George D. happy situation easily could be con- -f,
i: This precinct's vote was not return- Kissimmee. Fla., Sen. 16, 1916. This will be under the auspices of Florida," G. L. Berrintonrhe\ and four children, of Mt. Vernon summated. .? ,*!
J ed because U- was alleged, its inspectors The members of this association the University of Florida assisted by Model Club Boy and Girl?' Miss A. I arrived in the city yesterday Ill.'j., While this club is particularly Interested ,
f and clerks neglected properly to being this day called in reg- federal and state experts, and the E. Harris; "Leadership Possibilitiesof pect to make their home here. Mr. in children of the school, '
sign their names to the returns. ular meeting, have discussed at occasion will be the annual gathering the Club Boy," W. L. "Watson; Williams was attracted to Kiasimmne said Mrs. Lupfer, it stands ready at 4
J' The court granted the writ which length; the presetri strawberry of national and state farm demon- "How to Interest the Boy," O. W. by reading .of our excellent public all time to, and in many ease. would,
: was asked for by the counsel for botbi situation, and we humbly petI- strators.: The meetings' will be opento Caswoll "The Type of Boy Who schools in the Gazette. They have aid in promoting any ca'ue for bettering -
)" Catts and the State Canvassing tion honorable commission, the general public. Every farmer, Make Good" R. W. Blacklock; "Ag taken the II. T. Bass residence the community physically or
Board. to add your our plea for a favorable fruit grower, and dairyman who ando ricultural News Service and the County Main street for the winter, and Mr. morally or mentally. .
; The petition for the writ cited that action! in the present request of so should attend-especially young I Agent" W. M. Beeler general discussion Williams owns a tract of 87 acre in The first step in co-operation be-
In .several other precincts in Alachua the strawberry growers. men and young women.. The program ; selection and -udging of Pinedale. which he will .develop. tween Kissimmee's parentsand, edu-.
county the members of the election KISSIMMEE: PRODUCE follows: corn, led by A. P. Spencer. Mrs. A. W. Robards of St. Peters- caters, Mr*. Lupfer announced.would
i "boards had been similarly negligent; GROWERS.By -Organization\ Day, Monday, Oct. 2- Horticultural Day Friday Oct. ft- burg, Fla., and Mrs. H. E, Henljr and be a reception the club would tenderto
yet their vo'e had -been Included in D. P Frankford Secretary, Address of welcome, by Mayor Math- "Preparation of Insecticides by Co. family have taken rooms at the Lincoln the teachers next Friday after-
/ the returns made to the State Can. 'R. D. Frankford, J. L. Crawford eson; addresoes by A. A, M .rphroo, operative Organizations," J. R. Watson hotel for a week., .They have noon. She extended a cordial invitation .
:".... .vflx.inir Board: that- .in these other and, M. D. Alexander wer appointedas P. R. Rolfs, Bradford ('Knapp; "Or ; citrus-spraying demonstrations stayed at Henderson, Ky., :throughoutthe to them.Mr.Yowell .
: i thKnott vote exceeded the the for .. and "How who is :AUendareXOn !
r Vprecincts a committee to Investigate feaSIble ganizing Country 'Agriculture to Organize for Success, summer. Mrs.: Henry; Urges) Regular
I 1-Ik Catts vote. marketing methods. N. T. Frame; "Mt.pping OutWor'k Wm. Gomme; "Variable Yields Due to Mrs. Roberta's daughter, is In Kis of the most important phase*
I The writ issued against the Alachua The Becr.fstary was instructed to ," H. E. avely; "Review of Individuality in Trees," B. E. Evans; simmee with the expectation of beating of public-school education said Superintendent -
,.J county election officers .is made returnable correspond/ with bluestone sellers for Work in Florida," C.. K. McQuarrio; "Gummosis Foot-Rot, and Similar her family here.. Yowell is regular attendance -
next Monday Sep. 25. the of buying this product at tour of farm inspection of live stock, I Di eQsea" H. E. Stevens; "Pecan Diseases of pupils. ,Irregular attendance -
' 'V The court, however re- purpose ? in charge of Prof. X M. Scott. J. Matz of Nur-
I. Supreme wholesale prices. ; "Importance Ban trupt Stocks SoldJ. said he, 1 I. extremely detrimental -
," fused to halt its order to the state Staple Crop nay Tuesday, Oct. 3- sery Inspection," F. M. O'Byrne; to a child's education and it Interferes ',
; Canvassing Board for a recanvass of MRS. ROUSE DEAl "Crop Rotation in the Cotton Belt," '"Feeding Plants," B. F. Floyd;" Prun- with a teacher's effective
the returns. E. S. Pace; "Peanut Cultuic," A. P. ing and Care of Peach Trees," W. L. E. Lupfer, trustee in bankruptcy I ness. He earnestly urged parentsand
". The result, as stated is a pluiality Mrs. Rouse of Okeechobee City, Spencer; "Sudan Grass," R. I. Mat- Floyd; general discussion; examina- for the defunct FamilyShoo Store, pupils on this point if the latterare
*. of 21 votes for Knott-temporarily, died last Monday suddenly, being taken thews; "Some Problems of the County tion of fruit and other specimens in disposed of the stock last week to L. I to materially benefit from the educational -
i anyhow. ill in the morninc and dying at 4 Agent's Work" D. P. Coffin; "Best exhibit room, B. F. Floyd; pruning of U. Zimmerman of St. Cloud for the I advantages afforded them.
Correction of the Alachua returns I o'clock in the cfternoon. Use of the Oat Crop," W. E. Brown; trees led by W. L. Floyd; use of insecticides sum of $1,600, the settlement being Mr. Yowell spoke with pride of the
will put Catts in the lead. Where- Her hody wan brought by automobile 'Analysis and Feeding Value of Legume led by J. R. Watson. made on the basis of seventy-five I fact that from teachers elsewhere he
,:' upon the Supreme couit is exiwctedr to Kissimmee on Tuesday after-I Crops" S. S. Walker; general I Vegetable Crop Day. Saturday cents on the dollar. There wore five has had many applications for positions -
" to return the Democratic nomination noon for burial in Rone Hill cemetery.I discussion; demonstration in fr.rm implements Oct. "Sw-oct-Potato" Culture" W. other bidders, Mr. Zimmerman: being I in Kissimmee's schools, these
, to the De Funiak clergyman. It was accompanied by :Mr. Rouse of various kinds, by F M. E. Allen; "Marketing Vegetables by the highest- teachers desiring to work here be-
( husband ) and by Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Rast and other Organization," C. M. Berry; "Devel Sealed bids for the assets of the cause of the high reputation of our
.. Hall and Captain hall of Okeechole. Live Stock Day, Wednesday, Oct. 4 opment of Vegetable Products in Or- Platte & McFarland Fisheries werx- town's schools. He hoped and believed -
: :: B. E. EVANS GOES -"Cost of Milk Production," J. M. ange County,' C. II Baker; "Grow opened Monday morninir. The sloe I the educational 'Work here would '
Mrs.' Hall is a daughter of the de- Scott; "Production of Beef on the ing Vegetables in the Northern Bel," was disposed of to "'. W. Ellcgc!! representing continue on the same high plane and
nsed. and both are relatives of the Small Farm," H. C. Lawton; "Mar- S. W. Hintt; "Waterm lons in Su- the Standard Fishery Com achieve repute still more enviable.The .
i INTO NEW OFFICE Woodall and Bass families of this: vi- keting Milk and Cream," C. L. Will- wannce County," O. W. Caswell; pany of Jacksonville, for $1,160. This superintendent warmly com-

;* I' cinity. oughby; "Future of the Milk Cow in I "Handling Diseases in Seeds and also was on a bash' of about seventy- mend(>(i the interest and spirit of cooperation -
, Mrs.' M. Peterson of St. Cloud an Florida," A. R. Nielsen\ ; "Animal Diseases i Seedbeds," C. D. Rherbakoff; general 1 five cents on the dollar. evinced by the Mothers'
.. 'B. E. Evans, farm and orchard intimat friend of :Mrs. Rouse, came Communicable to Man" A. 11. discussion. ; demonstration with What disposition will be mad of and Teachers' Club and hoped that
d'monstt'lllor for Osceola county has, I I here to attend the funeral. Logan; "Hog Cholera Conditions in'' lene and other onginos, led hv ffj:1so'l these stocks has not l>:.>ori made pub) its work in all ways may be success
*" moved into a new office -one that I The Halls returned to Okeechobee Florida." C. F. Dr.wson: "Tick-Eriidi-' R. E. Chandler and F. M. R.v.t. I I !lic. | ful. 1

, really is "new." today aft-er staying seveial days with I Bank--PtUS"II'; ;; | Principal Evan DJscuj.8Grading*.
The Kissimmee Citrus Growers'; of their relatives here.
>1 Association built it specially for this, some ,idle time trip. It had scarcely pyj L. U. Zimmerman, who purchasedthe < Professor Evans announced that
,: purpose in its n-ew packing-hou1*" Emmett Rosa Gilbert DiesMr. LEE SAYS PROSPERITY of the tremendous riii full and floods bankrupt stork of the 'amily :Miss Beals, teacher of music, would
structure.t and allots its use. gratis to in North Carolina this, year. It is I Store has decided to close" out the remain absent about ten days longer
Mr. Evans. It is l 12x20( feet in di- :3,500; ft-et above sen-level, has fine clock here, and will re-open the Store because. of her father's illness. Any
,; rnen.sions. and can be found in the and Mrs. A. I D. Gilbert have IS MOVING SOUTHWARD crops of many kind, plenty of 1.lu..1 I tomorrow urninK.In 1 pupil. desiring instruction from her
,:j northwest corner of the building. the heartfelt sympathies of many i grass for its. cattle, and raises cattle I another, c.ilumn of this issue of would be enrolled by Miss Aultman.
'jf, Our agricultural adviser's, nv friend. in the death of their \little son, as. fine as can be produced; many 'i'4 the Valley\ Gazette will, he fond his i Here he took occasion to say that
quarters have the advantages of being Emmett Ro! < on the ground floor and of having ill about 10 o'clock last night, FHOM ENJOYABLE SOJOURN: "I Waynesville equals Kissimmoe in exceptionally low prices. expression was some of the best that
'". three windows. Mr. Itvuns vacates ajtyL and passed away at 2:30: n. m. today. IN :NORTH C\UILI'oiA-HHJNJ)1: I one respect, declares :Mr. Lee-its ever had' been done in Kissimmee'sschools. '
in the Citizens' Bank building lie had been ailing for the nast two WATER: EQUAL TO KISSIMMEK. water. None is finer. The only difference 'I
room
;* use of which was donated gratis by' days, but nothing was thought of 'his between Wnynasville water fire Sermusly Damage Many pupils said the principal hadnot
Senator I> illness until he was taken with a John M. Lee and two daughters, and Kiasimme water i.s the slight: sulphur -et been classified into their suit- .
rf\: onegan.if spasm last night. when tK family Mist!, Eth-l 1 and Miss Margaret, returned -I fhvor the latter has when first Steed Home, In DeLandA able grades; that it might be some
oj physician'! was called in and despiteall from their summer vacation out of the faucet; further, the time before all of them properly could '
: Mrs. Thomas's Hen that medicine and skill _nd loving this week. They weeks Waynesville water is somewhat be placed; that there were twenty or
I Egg hands could do to aid him, the little at Waynesville, N. were C., where seven Mr. Lee I]colder. week ago the ho n* of W .A.. twenty-five boys alone thus situated:
*, v Lays\Champion\ Steed (father of Licut. Steed of Kiasimmec
attendto
back the
spirit winged its flight to experienced of the most Mr. Lee visited his brother-in-law 'I that the teaching force would
one enjoyabl
,.*, -' Mrs. A. E. Thomas 1128 Main God who gave it. The child wouldhave I sojourns in his life. The girls have- I I \%r. C Strickland in Tatnall county, ,destroyed) in by DeLand fire. The, Fla.exterior, was nearly walls this feature as (fast as is possibleto

M!; street, Kissimmee, hna a hen that cant been three years old on Nov. 5. not been heard from on this point but ,Georgia. Mr. Strickland is seriously i and saved but > do so.
heavy framing were ,
said Mr.
? lay an egg that is nn ('gg.t. It is safe to guess that they did not ill and his death is expected soon. SuMrintendent Yowell,
the plastering was ruined and all of .
: ,'w Biddy, who is of the Columbian I More Cattle Shipped suffer from ennui. I the fine interior finish will have to Evans, had told of the good elsewhere reput.Kussinimee's ,
' Wyandotte family, showea one day Mr. Lee the Waynesville Young Man Goes To schools have
* r says / section be replaced. The furniture also was
From KissimmeeOn could
could do in in Florida. This Mr. Evans
this week what she big-
.
' Banks
fairly oozes prosperity.!
seriously damaged. The loso is esti-
Kansas For His Bride he said for he lately
himself, ,
verify
fj", egg production. and individuals there have an abund- [ mated at about $5,000 or $6,000 and
i''. She laid one which the Vblley Ga- Wednesday last LykeB Broa. of ance of money, with TIO borrowers at is fully covered by insurance. I had come from a place where he had

,} zette man measured "n': found to be Tampa shipped 153 head of cattle, of 6 to 8 per cent. There i is every evidence Lyles Story of Kissimmee's Story I The building, one of the finest in I met teachers from 367 he Florida heard
7 5-8 inches in circumference around which 138 head were procured from he that the schools, and from all sources
it says great I DeLand
:: prosperity Store will leave i.ext for was! built about seven or Kissim
'_''l'J'' its ends and 5 7-8 inches in circumference the Carson Cattle Company, and. 15 that has been and is prevailing Sunday eight if the excellent reputation
_ '" around its sides. head from Ordin Bass. in the Northern Sattea Is moving Smith Center, Kansas, where he will Mr. years Steed ago.who suffered mee school have for ,their good work.
recently a
A thin and straight ridge encircled I gradually southward and soon will invade wed Miss 'Ethel Mills on Oct. 3 next. I partial stroke of paralysis and is unable This reputation can not be maintained -
" _, the egg near its center: making an Loughntan Man Buys Blooded Bull. Florida. !said Mr. Evans if our pupil*
Mr.
Story will return here with his4ride to attend to business,
telegraphed .
. had boon cut in I W. W. Ivers of Fla. has not properlv graded. It is
if tho Loughman.
4:' effect as egg Waynesville is in the mountain region about Oct. 15. for his son, Lieut. W. J. Steed, are
T ball and then fire-cemented together. purchased from Pat Johnston a 2- of North Carolina, and Mr. Leeis Miss Mills has resided in Kissimmee -I who was at Black. Point with his company to the pupil, unfair school to the to grade parente.and a,'
Supposedly tho egg contains two year-old thoroughbred bull from the so pleased with it in unfair to 'hi
r many ways and is well kn&wa here among awaiting orders to proceed to I
-r'i'.k yolks-two eggs formed Into one. I Johnston ranch on Paradise island.. that lie will return there for his next church and social circles.flWWJJWLrLrrLnwtnJwLr. the Mexican border. (Continue on page 12.)
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prie( paid wa something like $20- production aad will make the choicest *" '
000. This transaction speaks 'volumes meat that can be produced th, >-

for .11.' Okeeehobee section a* a eat- back yard. ,
Sf. Cloud Department Ue tlO1la '7. With the stock: yard. .A. P. Spencer district agent forth The of the world "
completed. with its scales, pens and University of Florida Extension eyes '' :

... dipping vata there will probably be Division, ,recommends for your consideration .
numerous deal of .like magnitude. the Indian Runner duck.
NEWS AND-VOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN From 200 to 250 eggs a bird Is not

r 1 SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTs BEWARE OF ,SHIPPING is an properly uncommon handled.average The whe eggs the flock are are on the man who t !}

I accepted in the markets in place of :

hen eggs. Bakeries; find ready use
Veteran** Association. I tored to, Kissimmec on TuesdaV.Mfss UNRIPE CITRUS FRUIT for them. Two duck eggs are supposed I I

The Veteranc' Association convened . Albina Smith, agent of the to be worth three hen eggs }nood !
session Saturday Xissiramee Canning Club, was a St. t value and for :
in weekly on
regular
I Cloud caller 'on Tuesday. ** THe' hen reaches her maximum
f Sept. '16, 1916. President Kenney Cal McCowan of Kitnimmee. who Tallahassee. Fla., Sept. 15; 1916. about the second 'year. production Indian - SAVESF
To All Florida Citrus Fruit
called tho meeting to order !enlisted with-the boyi -at Black Point ., Inspectors Runners retain their normal pro- :
: :
promptly at 2 p. m. I spent Tuesday. in our city. Inspectors will pass for shipment duction up to seven or eight years. .

The audience song "America" and only such fruit as are found in packinghouses They are hardy and consequently are '
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>.
::000.000. 44444.4444 "seldom bothered by diseari and
asked the prepared or being prepared par- ;
Rev. Boauchamp divine<< 000 SHINT.LE CREEK. 000 for shipment. asites. .

bk>aiin on all present and: the proceedings 4444444440444444That Th? sample shall consist of the I"" .

of the afternoon. The choir --.-- :Mothers who the
mixed juice of twelve average fruit spend night witha
then sang that old negro melody noble bird, the stork stepped which sample] shall include; the sv.ll sick baby appreciate the helD they for a moment, young man, ... : '
in the Cold Cld: Ground." at the home of I. P. Tyson last Sunday .est i7e, and most immature a* will!1 1'a" get from McGEE'S, BABY ELIXIR;
,
"Masu's l minutes of night, leaving a tiM etght-pound the largest and moot nature fruit. especially in hot weather. It quiets give a 'thought to self. The t, '
The Bw< ("tont lecretary'H
bov. The sample) must be fail?: copra.'env fever and irritation soothes the stomach .
the previous section were approvedwith Sirs. Walter Bronron, cccompanied ..tn of the entire lot. checks the bowels and helps both that confront *
follow, IeoHarro'l problems now or
two corrections at- : by her husband left Thursday for i Ica'p the test shows the fruit to mother and child to obtain .ilceo and you > 3 )
,. did not sing as publis-hc'd\ and f Orlando, where : he c-nten-d 1 a h e-;>tUi.J! Liaboxe tli" "Tinted S'a'p- .>:ndnr i. rest. Price 2"c! and 50c per bottle '
!Mrs Hart furnisi, ) e.l l m the will few hence.
) mji ic for t rent in. -nt. h" ,i'-nee-tor .I hall inforM .,.het siip-; : Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. ; a years ;
,
t- roller organ/: inrtcad of the pho M.- :Mr. aid :Mr>.. A. R. It!>. nni l left .>r of the fact that the <-"-"J.I'l i j- 111:1-

:, graph. Monday: i i'i th( ,r auto f.i.- Spokane, m''. and! pn the lot f'i -lupino'If UtE: YOTIJ PREMISES CLEAN:: :? I II .
. The Lyceum Course; way : nnoH.1UJ'alll. \\'a-h., win-in: they; \piit 'In 'n.ithcr 'if 'failu'+ fi posy the ..t n'nl- n rl the Look about you-the men of affairs/ in country slate, nation- .
Ticket ho} l.a'l of the Y
members: of the r.I'ri'cilia; /n ('lab. who ; fijtijr home. Tics c (.-t, nab!*. fruit;;. -hall hv attached and PI.\C-KI: 1 i Ay your premi-vs clean ? If theyare I yet, in the world, are the men who started to save .early in life. f
people hate a largo cirrle'of friend" N THK: ('1'S"1'0UV11'1': .ill: <.IIPHIKI" like those of the average farm I ,
,
for ml tu-k't- th-y
get a percentc : her.who egret toee tl I m andwi'h his d'put-a. HiricU-d Ivy they are not. Then should make "
( g or you
!
sell aid understand the ladies They have the and confidence of the community. ".
we areunri'lfixhly respect
..th..r.a tortlen.ant trip and! la" tlvm clean The simplest: ami most '
o A working t rai-o a' mush hope that their hiirii""t nnLiij: >atioh.< Inspectors' hall by "\., ir, >''ans "'paU -" natural corrective of dirty premises .,
f. s money as they can to apply' on the addition will/I I I.-, more than realized.J.Ir' ,itifv to- lie:' matur.ty: of .1 < fop of t i- siirliuht.! )Disease c.ainot: resist Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all they }
church. So
when to the :Methodist ticket buy it of the, .\ P. K. Hulrr: of K'fmmvii.' : ,. I'uit on I the trees in 'he grove nor sunlight long. Wherever it is possible make-tKey may have a good time for a while, but what does their .
you buy :a it i-d her parent Mr.I and MrAnder: a''r any official/ opiiin nto :1..ojioportion therefore, let the sm in.i personality reflect? "
then H 1
girlr and thus help : a most ;
son lat Tuchdny.Mr ; of mature frui' in tMiriove /Diseases of man and livestock are .
worthy undertaking. - : "MaTyl>cile;; Ivcy and J irjildrenlviit i nor &* to prohnblc) da'e: of iratuntv haM>or"d in trash decayed: material
au The Eaptern Star grab hag I ,ale was A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the tits:
-:-d 1 lelativeo hi .c this wx-k.: of any portioi of the fruit-- and stagnant water. Such place.
also announced l Dunham's) department -
F. H. Tyner spent Sunday in Or-1 car-lot or number of Uoxes. should r>? made ds clean as possibK nucleus of an honorable, independent career. .
this aft at
store Sr.turduy: rroun
]n cents grab.' lando. i i' The \ln-pectois! hall not make unnecessary There are some places, such as the Make your beginning now-today. Your bank 1{
+ t President a Kenny tlvn instructedall (i. C. Rronson has pureed! F fine tests of evidently immature interior of barns stables chicken book will the i it
C'lfud piano. I 'ruit. .thu" wasting th.ir time and houses privies that cannot b.- exrosed pan way. }'
in the St. yell.
giving :%Irs." Arthur Bronson, of Traveler' chemicals for simple ("urlo"I1TIll' to the sun. These should b<. t .
who!. want to help in a
: laudable Everybody undertaking arc asked to Ro.t spent :Monday visiting; relatives | ner onal knowledge' of the inspector treated with some disinfectant. The
with citrus fruit old standby for th''s lime. ,
:and his experience How
Oak Grove PI'rk. opposite here.Mr.
the come St.to Cloud Hotel, on Wodnc.-day:' : and Mr. E .1. P.) 4)v streethave ti i hmay use for the information of ver. according' to Ir E: R. "Flint professor StateBailkof II
"> morning between /fl and 7 o'clock] returned after" having been l |the grower.; :No: official oninion as *o of chemistry in the University
ti t with hatchet harnmvr. .away a month visiting Hot Springs i!she nrobable date of maturity nor the of Florida creolm solution i/O better
armed caw or
' build and. other point-. i I Ii number of ('aror boxes in the !grove Creolin should be diluted with water .,
The folks want to. an
j Evangelical good church out n.-ar the canal' (!. Huppc-l and! Wesley Ivoy were i I'hat may be mature at a fixed date, I land prayed on surfaces that are ttI !
Kissimmee
business callers here I treated. It is J
r for surprise Rev. Brown Tuesday. -hall be given.Inspectors ? especially good ir
S wife a who have en North for a short 1 I Stewart Ivev of Orang Center wasa I will also advise nilzrowprK the stables and it can be used on walls

y stay. It is planned gone to build it in a I business caller here :Monday.OKEECHOBEE j that live inflection" season I where it is not possible to -scatt Capital stock _____ ______ n__ __ _ _ _ $100,000.00 i''

I ingle day, so a large force will be Joes not end on :Nov.: .> but will con- lime. Resource over __ __ _ _ h _ n n_ __ d _ _ 400000.00
'iru.until discontinued by order of I
I'
need l
needed and no laggards cpply. i
NEWS
Lunch and ce will be fur- national authorities, after the fullmaturity Curing i is the last step in hay making. -
conveya. of the ' All the care that has gone before Officers and Directors: ;
crop.
the
nished all who are to go.: This is _
R' ROSE State Chemist. will IIP useless if the i j-
E. < crop
work in this
r result of Rev. Brown's ( From Okeechol.ee Call.) Approved : W. A. :McRAE. poorly cured if it i i.4not t cut at th C. A. CARSON Prest. J. M. LEE Vice Pro! :
r much neglected neighborhood w> get
your tools ready and go hell |I|i' With three hundred boats at the Commisrionor of Agriculture. right stage, and if it is rained on, 01' M. KATZ, 2nd Vice Prest.
'f it in .
not the barn
s before :
put it
; Collection for tl 2 hall amounted to city docks on the "Little Chicago I
'1.35. Everybody joined in singing, river' Vvery week you may know "it ( ITRTf!< tSSI'ECTOJlSI'POISTED) bleaches. ROMA THOMAS, Casher.: .l

"Just Before th Battle :Mother" asa U i a busy place. I Tallahassee, Fla., Sept. 15, 1916. I'ECROSETrE: ,
close to the .bunneyk e,-inn |I Citrus, inspectors, : for the season of
TO BE: STfDIEPA
The program was a temperance one The Civic Club' will meet Frif:,,'. ( 191! ] n;, having been duly: appointed l\v
d given by the W. C. T. U. under the the 21'nd! !, for the election of officersfor / I'he Governor and qualified| ere as-
able leadership .,f Mr>,. Clara Kennel.i the coming year. All mt'mhnr-: (-ifneil to the. following territories: conducted exonerative in Alachun experiment will h. I C. A. CARSON President: N. C. BRYAN. Secretary. ':
i 2 The .rp' .Jlt showed she must have labored pf the. club are requested to be pry, J. '\'. Kmirhts, Inv('rne-s, Fla.- an coiintv r" "
I I .
t ran grotto determine r..mfo'!
-long and hard for r splendid>I ent. \s kigned to Pasco, )Ilernando. Citrus n
showing was md: for prohibition: a. I I : and Marion neran rosette. Julius :Matz. asi.jt
:t ; urnpter! Alachua coun- The Waters & Carson
in'nlnnt
i"t pathologv to the 1'niverity
! a re,.ult of her painstaking-efoH:.. j I 11.) E. Austin received two :Mulgnvn I' 'ir1j '. of Florida Experiment; Stationisited _
Two large po: tl n adorned the! bay-k mangoes Friday "which weighed two j I W. K.: (,doffiPlant <";.ty, Fla-A.- the short time
(:.I of the stage One had a map: now- rounds each. Frank Alstrad had one iT.eil. to )Hiiloboro I Mi.natee Pinel- \and prove a ag
} ing the wet and dry territory in the which weighed a pound and a half. '11' PI'Sotolnd Lee counti-t'. suggested certain experiments tr
United Stp.tc This may show: that H. U.I B"rr"Vi..t"'r Garden Fla.VsMgned .- the grower. who agreed to carry then Grocery Company
65 per cent of cur population lives in. Over two thousand pound of fish' to 'Lake, Orange. :Northern; out.

j, dry territory and 80 pcr cent of our" ,, wcr caught last week more than the )sceolu, Seminole; Polk St. John... Inexpensive handkerchiefs fo-
a total area is in ttv prohibition ranks. week before. (her two hundred barrels Putnam and! Volusla counties.H. school. ,
children
be mad
The other poster pr8clalme! that "the of fish were shipped last weeK. H. Elliott :Miami Fla.-Assignd can out 0olIP..r
nation that does not protect Its chil- The fishing is improving. We hops; I to Dade Browa rd. Palm liearh lawn or India linen dresses thn' Wholesale and Retail Dealers. in

dren is doomed" and that "abolition of the fishermen will get together and -:t. Lucie Hr-vard and Southern Oi are worn out.

the liquor traffic means protection." work for a closed season during th< eola counties.R. .
While waiting on books for the program spawning period. It would vastly improve E. ROSE;, State rhemist. GROCERIES04044444400''P044 i
Mrs. Kenney gave a nice talk the situation. Approved: W. A. McRAE, U rn WONDERFUL REME ;,
., 1 on intemperance which was full of Commissioner of Agriculture. Y
good food for anyone. J. ElcRLe: who bought 'out the STOMACHimlbII '"

The choir sang "Voting and ShoutIng T. C. Clemons Co., has sold the grocery SEEDBED STERILIZATION NECESSARY r ...
Prohibition" to the tuno of "Rail/ stock to Raulerson's Department FOR HEALTHY PLANTS =I,.DOSE! WILL; CONVINCE::
Round the Flag," which was wall store end t has boxed the clothing and 04444404004P0.40 .
'rendered. ;; Gall Stonea, Cancer and Ulcers of th > 0 AWE 1r.
I shoes for shipment.W. Damping off probably gives more '
Goldie Grove recited in an ablefv -- trouble than any other seedbed disease. Stomach and Intestines, Auto-Intoxl > SELL] 4 WE BUYl 4 .j

manner "Lip. that Touch Liquor E. Holmes is working on the Prevention il'the best method cation, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitlt 0 0p' \
Shall NeverTouch -Mine." Reading I organization of a stock company for >f control. If the old seedbeds: are and other fatal ailments result {ron HAY '.0. 4,.J AIi r
by Mrs. Gould, entitled "An Appeal a refrigerating plant for the curing-of iffected with the trouble. Dr. C. D. 0 4 HIDES. .
of the Woman's Crusade." "Prohibi I fresh meats for the city and for ship- Sherbakoff', associate plant pathologist Stomach Trouble. Thousands o' 0 GRAIN 4 000 4 ,

tion's on the Way" was sung bv eight ment. There are numerous plants in to the University of Florida Ex- Stomach Sufferers owe their complete 0 4 000 FURS O

'girls: of the 'Young People a Branch. the south. icriment Station, rccomnvndx that recovery to :Mayr's Wonderfu 0 FERTILIZERS 4 000 .0.

a They were all dr-jcsed in pure white. I he beds. be made on new land. If Remedy. Unlike otter for Stom 0 4 4 WOOL 0
i Then came a "Processional of the "Our Store" opened its doors for lew land i iA not available the soil c-f nny 0 SHINGLES 000 4
t Prohibition States," noted by IS) ladies business Saturday and it has th the old 1 'ds must 1 be sterilized. The ach Ailment. For sale by J. Z. Roerson : ? 4 000 AND 0

i dressed in white with a htrenm goods that could not be found, on ,ale I roirnalin nifthod I is peihnps the: most< > and druggists everywhere. 0 ORANGE BOXES 4 000 4
across their shoulders with the name here, heretofore. As soon as the win- mtrlirul.le for the. uvnrugv glower.After > 4 000 ALL 4
thereon of the state they represented., t<-season op..nthey will probabl.Ni th" 'r. -I/.d/. :HIT prepared forow'nll 0 ORANGE WRAPS 4 4 4
Mrs. Northrup was the reader for i have a big business. I < they :M-C- d lr icln-,1} with forma'in > 4 000 COUNTRY
this scene and as she railed th names i solution of the .ti ength, 1 part 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 4 17 .
of the state!, they took their places The work train arrived" n-t! Wednesday I I'ormalin to .">0) ijuaits xvater, and. ap- 0 4 4 PRODUCE *
on the platform in order while :.Mrs. to lay, a side track to live stock *lu"l at the lute of :2 'quails to 1 ps ? CRATE NAILS 4 000 4 ,
c Northrop gave some temperance information vard This is an important additior ujuar-: foot of ..eedbrd surface The' > 4 000 4
4 that many more people ''to the assets of Okeechobee. Win iid.are I then covered for 'J4 hours 0444444444444444 444 + 44l'44444440 .
ought to know all about. '|for t the inclosure and lumber for I h' with sacks or canvas. After this the

The ladies' quartette, composed of pens arc being received and the work bed i is aired and woi ked to facilitate We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.
Mrs. Phoebe ))I.'pew1: rs. B(**l>e and on the same will IK- rapidly pushed.J. (he evaporation of the formalin.
r the Misses Eleanor West and Viola About ton days or two weeks \. ill be ESPECIALLY ADAPTED Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.

,t Van Natta, Bang "A Saloon Ie." :Nation : II. Picton superintendent of th !required for the formalin to evaporate Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12.

in 1920" to the tune of "A merI I Bowers Southern Dredging ('0., is in sufficiently so that the s-i'cd maybe We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and pricos
I ica," which was ably! rendered. :and I i town for a few days. This point i iI ii sown in the treated soil., For Your .in fertilizers.
;u"'+ well received by the audience. i h ( Mrs. Stillwcll, gave" ti reading en- I work and great quantities of supplieare method is more efficient/ )because ,
titled "The Saloon 'Fills a Voi.l." | shipped from and through he..". 't killthe ,nematode Ihnt cause1root- State -
Little Ruby Yeatnmn recited ".lu-t I i S" \<-'ltv-tivp men are at woik for tint'.boM. \not. all kind' of weeds and II\(- beds 1

'V Search" for the Bottle and You Hitve a .' company at that point. an I be planted a, ours a. tlic. sttil has Eugene: C. Bryan, Pres. A. H. Bryan Vice Pres. J. 1. Barber, SO'( 'y. freas.
3 'Clue. I .oll"d. l'all': ulars one" Tmng! it mav
A flag drill well oycuti-d by the With fourteen, are' stock yardcompleted lie hail by application'' the Experiment : .''lItruC-

1f 1*. T. I L. (;till Ti. ....\1' in nun'I', \va, I ; the little (Chicago nvei. Station. Game; vii loAn F FreeOur Catalogue .
a fitting end to a meritorious! (pro- di'"dtrcd. . for the three hundred boat- application) : of bordeaux mix
I jrrnm in }behalf, of the tnipcnuucause. <, awning)' here weekly; with, a new "',it of atninnn'ac! solution I of "copr j Weekly
All honor to t tho'. > who. had *.-,",cams( school house; with five earn ,.r{ '. ,. i.nboni't, :' h'-avv enough! ; to ,covert Price List
4 a part in it The W. H.,1' asked ti-h .shipni'-nts. dailv; \. .tit. t j.s-.nd the t ,nil.\ urfa( \\ }ill\\ :d. help, to ic
t1J to meet next Friday at 2:1.1: I p. m. in of acres" of muck land : thou ands of 'nrd the spread of the. damping. off '. .
Old 'G.; A. R. Hull. All swig\ "Th.' acres of fruit and. fa, minI(' bind; j"ackintj \ i fungus. > : I ) FOR

Star; Spangled ilivuu-r" aid udj"u rn.J howl, trucking, farming: and Bryan Realty CompanyOffices
i ...J until next Saturday.John Ii-hutg, Okf-echobee ought to lie ar le INDI: VN UlNNKK: : IIITI'SHE: ALA: rODAY

.* :M. A'KK'rson, S -,.'r. to make a big showing? for I! l 'i17.The I (110))( E: .MEAT-GOOD; ) LAYERS: .
---.-- roadway I Kissimmee- ,
?" :Messrs. W. S. Ah'"" C. l:. rnil-o'i., Okeechobce ('ompal1ah'a "- If you ar.In experienced pnultrman \'- aMfiRTINSEEDCO; Opposite Graystone s
Alexander Cox Rowland, and W.N.: "('Oln(", across with, th" ((o".!'" It had! and !laden with stores of poultrylore Motel
lilur li- Garner motored to Conway on Tu"s- already) given $1250 for the improvo i this discussion will not !V. of interest o JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

day. meet of the I liver and work had just to you. You have your prejudices \
:)Ire. Allen of Kissimmee was as'. about come to a standstill when it and you have already made up
e Cloud visitor on Tuesday.Ur. came across with another little check vour mind about the best breeds of r 1
J. D. Chunn made a business for $.r OO. Of cours., it has large interests fowls. Therefore, it would be a r
S' trin to Kenansvillo on Tuesday.Mrs. here and its donations lire investments waste of your time and a waste of Vulcanizing Inner Tubes25c Orange Groves Timber ends, We Pay Taxes. for Non-resi-; t
M. Hollenbaugh came in this but there are a lot of companies newspaper space for you to read it. Cattle Ranches, Country and idents and Act
M Owner'sAgcnti
week from Pittsburgh f'a. where the in the world that are "tiCht.I I I It i iH not intended for you. City Property
has been visiting with friends "arl'." that give up nothing and get Hut if you are a beginner and hopeto a Patch for Rental Property.
R. Reynolds went to Kentrnsville on all they can.Thprsday. I raise poultry extensively in your "

Tuesday, where he is employed for a I back yard, vou nre urged to continue. -- - -_ ._ -- -
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short time. afternoon the "Hammer', You probably have sought advice General Auto Repairing ; -- -- ---.=

W. N. Garner, who has spent the BriJ{ de" from the Board of Trade'from all your poultry raising neighbors -
sl summer at Somerset Ky., came back went to the lake and built a bath and have received as many differ-
Monday. Mrs Garner "n.I' two house in a beautiful spot. The bath ent supplies as you have neighbors.You 25c an Hour
daughters will follow shortly house iff 12x20 feet with hall in center have probably written to half a S.
Mrs. Lilla Goodrich, who has been and with ten rooms. The grounds dozen farm papers and received a Cars Cleaned and Oiled R. FLOYD I t
pending the summer at her old 1 home" about th-? bath house will be plowedand quantity of information with names

j at Bangor, Maine, arrived here Tues planted, settees will be placed and addresses of folks who can sup- Dealer In
,; day evening. between trccc! swings and a mcrry-go-/ ply more. 75cARTHUR y .1
l Judge and Mrs. Tornlinnon who round will be erected and the beaches Still you have not decided which : ...!
have been spending the summer with will be a fine place to go on a hot breed will suopiy the most eggs and Groceries Ha.y Grain and Feed' .
t friends at their old home in Vermont; summer's day. As the beach i is fine the best meat. In other words you '
>" have arrived to spend the winter at for 20. miles it will be just the placo have been looking for a dual-purpo M. JONES
their home in St. CloudS for a spin in an auto. animal. Thin discussion is meant to Corner Broadway and Dakin '.."
'. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. ankle, who I add just-a little more to your store of Ave.
L i; /have spent,some time with friend in Big Cattle Deal. advice upon the beat breed. Perhapsyou Phone)' 81-L '
,' t f Michigan, came to their home hereon Captain J. H. Walker bought of have been asking about chickens.' Try Us on Your Next Order For
Oi MWail II, Mtwtss Irttiwtjr. an* Ckurei;* Feed"t
last. ,
Friday the ,Skipper Roberta Cattle Co., 1,200 Well here is something that will beat
'P -'WrA' Drmwdy_andMr. Booth moM'i hea ; : 4>o'f"

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;>. : ... . ._. .. ; . . THE, KIS3IMMEE-: VALLEY' ,G U ITT I' . PACE, ?; ,

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'ing'': reason and maximum yjeldjcan\ overflowed during the i rainy; ''season... he ''should demand',, and mqualincguarantee .keep,iht;animals in='condition asn it i

: not be had without a, rood stand On >OA.- farm- bordering- the.. Everglades that It will endure and that contains practically the ingredients
News'NotesFURNISHED : Fields that have been -thus packed .of'which large part Is '''pure the manufacturer will pay. theex. which are contained in high-priced

: Agricultural will not.lose'soil' by wind drifting whit, sand Mr. Spencer reports that penseof laying it"If it 'proves defective. condition .powders ,' 'Charcoal, 1 1-2

I" readily as those where the surface: Ji. Para grass is makingwonderful ; bushels; common salt 4 { hard-.

i': BY UNIVERSITY FLORIDA loose. growth.The owner will cut not- less ( wood ashes, 10 pollndl- und'l lime dponada .
than a ton to the acre.. Other.farmers Farmers some :time wonder what This mixture recommend.

.. COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE h ENNARD BELIEVES-IN in the. same sectitioq, are obtaining they can ,do for their boy. to make ed by the Department of An cultu.....

PUREBRED CATTLE similar result him ,, stay og the. farm.. Give him u a It should be kept to a dry place: when*
Para and Japanese cane are two'of( financial interest in tho farm and it will be accessib1 to the animal at

COUNTY AGENTS' MEET i'too' late to"reseed Ifa stand Is G: T. Kennard, a farmer lirrn*' In the best forage crops for dairymenof send him to the state .&'1'iculturalcollege all,,tlraet., ":
poor the Newberry,- section of AlachuiI that section. Where there is littleor when he is old enough.-! Jf he ,
'4 WILL INTEREST FARMERS obtained.E. ,no frost these 'cropi can be cut .starts Unless a boy Is a good two-handed
he
An soon enough
j I county, pins his faith to purebred can save
S. Pace district for the
t't | University of Florida agent Extension Di- I cattle; A year ago he purchasedfive daily and fed green to dairy animal. enough money from( hit share In the fighter ,he should' be compelled ,to-
Plans l for the annual meeting of the Where conditions will justify a silo farm to his
Macon farmers to buy 'their < head of these animals. Now hi crops pay own way. However wear curls .
d. county ag-enti at the University of I seed early, urges and test thorn or' to buy has 9250 In the bank. and five head the cane can be made into allege his start will depend largely on ---:--;

. J 4i.j. Florida, October 2 to 7, inclusive, art I them with a certain guaranteed percentage left. Is It any wonder that. he be- WEEDS DAMAGE his parents. He must be encouraged
'
: developing rapidly: A tentative pro- ,. of germination. Oats .should tlrves In purebred stock T The young POTATOES before he is large enough to'form 1 his
SWEET
) took own determination.
head his herd
bull which is to
test at least 80 cent.
has bean issued. October 2 will! per
gram I several prizes last winter at fain -
bo organization day upon which.rurcl SIMPLE REMEDY FOR and from his present promise. he will Weeds and grass will cut the sweet LEAF RUST WILL Speaking of 3

organizations and co-operation will I repeat his record again this year. otato yield if they are allowed to DAMAGE FIG TREES
' CURING RING .WORMS Mr. Kennard was formerly a mule grow. With the prevailing rains
will horticulture
r f be discussed; October 3 be I and horse dealer. He has been farming tome fields are becoming foul withforeign Leaf rust is causing a large numberof Profit y

',. day; Octobor 4, livestock day;; Ring worm some times gives trou only a year or two, but he is one growth, and C. K. McQuarno. fiatrees to drop their, leaves pre- Crop
., r October 5, boys' and girls' club day;; ble ir\ Florida es in other otntes.: It 1 of the best farmers in Central Flor state agent for the University oi maturely. Where trees have borne a
% ,is easily cured, however by a simple than 300 of Florida Extension Division, recom- heavy of fruit
r October 6, staple crops' day, and Ocx i ida. He has more acres crop they are apt to
U |remedy, Iodine and glacial acetic acid he mends that it be removed. It is probably be greatly weakened
tober vegetable crops day. I land and is acquiringmore as by this early Net Returns $1.75 '
. .
| C. L. of animal
. t Willoughby, professor that cultivation at this season of leaves.
. r Experts from tho United States De- needs it. His plan is to make hie cattle !! shedding As a rule the
partment of Agriculture, from the Experiment -i'husbandry in the University of Florida pay for his farm and thus far he will not be practicable because it will tree uses the time between the ripen Cost to Produce .60 \.
i Station and tho county College of Agriculture, callsat has succeeded. Here is his plan. H( disturb tho root systems. In the ing of the fruit and the normal shed -
: agents will-take part in the program. tention to the following from the buyu a tract of cutover land and heavy vining varieties the only means ding to recuperate from the labors of Tour NET PROFIT $1.15You

i. Lectures will consume the mornings Minnesota Station: forage rops among remaining of removing weeds is with the hoe. the season. In many cages it is in a
and discussions demonstrations and! I I"Ring worm appears most commonly timber. When the crops are ripe But a cultivator careful hands..Vnay critical condition. If it is deprived of +
,
,i field trips will fill tho afternoons. in cattle as a round, slightly raised he turns his cattle in to harvest them. be used in fields planted to the lighter leaves recuperation is arrested. grow ALL crops for

While the meeting is hold primarily bald patch, and is found farticy- The following year he takes off the vining varieties.In In most cases the tree tries to meet' net profit. Net profit is the

for agents, farmers are urged to on the necks or heads 0 timber and plants other crops. Even- each case the grower will have this loss by putting out new leaves. difference between what each r
I attend. The meeting will not only he ,or yearlings. Older cattle, other animals tually the field is cleared of stumps to be the judge as to how tho weeds This weakens it further. Not enough, crate, hamper or barrel costs

p, of educational benefit to any farmers and men are subject to.tho.. trou as he has opportunity to do the work. should be removed, but. they should time will be given to use the new YOU and what you get for ? ;
1 ble. It is causod by minute vegetable be taken out if they leaves IT. You sell the l
who care to attend, but it will give Last year from all his operations he are numerous advantageously before it loses I by crate
them an insight into the work which parasites which TOW under the cleared more, than $1,500. If pres- enough to injure the cr\ p. them also. Frequently it will set an- hamper or barrel; you shouldfigure

the State and the Nation are doing skin.i ent prospects materialize Ke expects! other crop of fruit. C. K. McQuarrie,, your profit the same
i Ring worm can be cured by givingthe Of he COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE State agent of the University of Flor- fclr
and trying to do for rural folk. Prob- soft to clear $3,000 or more. course way
6i '
with
lems in different counties and localities spots a good scrubbing has mere) land in cultivation this year OPENS SEPTEMBER 18TH ida Extension Division, suggests that

,- ; will be discussed and a broader soap and water each day follow than last.C. these fruits be pruned off. They will t t' l
view of conditions in the state cant by fen application. eyuat parts of L. Willoughby, professor of an- The University of Florida Collage not have time to mature and will only lv

>3 had by those who care to go. ?iodine and glacial acetic acid. The imal husbandry in the University of< of Agriculture will open for the 11116- take nourishment from the tree.
t i treatment. may be repeated until desirable of calls The tree cannot be prevented from You spend lest crag
, Probably the program as given will Florida College Agriculture, 17 session September 18. Students pr
. bo followed in general, but additions results are obtained. I,,attetion of ramres to ..M r. Kennard's who intend to enter the Universityfor shedding its diseased leaves ,nor can in growing 500 crater on
, sl
', will be made. "I Professor Willoup-hby suggests that -plan because it illustrates}! what car the first time this year should it be prevented from putting out new ONE acre than if you grow ,
t !. : the iodine alone is not penetrating I I be done with livestock. However, Mr. make application immediately. The leaves", which is a natural precautionary I them on TWO acres-you

i VELVET BEAN CATER- enough and that the glacial acetic '] Kennaixl does not depend upon live- enrollment will be larger this year j measure. But the fruits can be'] know 'that. Good commercial -

PILLAR AT WORK I acid not be omitted.: Farmers who 'I stock alone. He raises com, sweet than ever before and if students make taken off and the dropped leaves can fertilizer, rightly used,
:, have show animals should not permit potatoes, cotton and legumes. lie is preparations before the college opens : be collected\ and destroyed as soon tiS I often makes the difference

It be several- weeks before ringworm or any other skin disease I as firm a believer in diversificationas I their entrance will be greatly facil- they fall. They should never be allowed between 250 crates, or less,
may that will detract from their
I appear- he is in livestock. itated. I to ramain on the ground, par and 500
cholera will attnck velvet bean cater- : crates, or more per
I ance, to remain. ticularly during- a rain, because the
school r.nd
High graduates
pillars. Before that time they may persons acre-it cut down what each
is the KEEP DISINFECTANTSFOR who are qualified to enter any of the spores of the fungus will .be washedoff I crop cottt
ruin the September CHINCH BUGS DAMAGEST. you.
crop. to the ground. By destroying the ,
must be watched SMALL WOUNDSThe short courses and wish to study agriculture -
month in which they I
; AUGUSTINE GRASS will find the Florida Colleg.ebest leaves the severity of the attack next
closely. If damp, muggy weather I .
wound is for their instruction. The college year may be lessened to such an extent t 4. ,
cholera start early this neglected \tlve\ one (
prevails, may
Chinch bugs have damaged St. Au- that the leaves will not fall.
makes of
Florida
, but the farmer cannot afford to that gives trouble. Small wounds I a special study conditions
: 1 year on control in that way. gusine grass so much in some sec- i are usually neglected because they and is prepared to give the High quality fertilize {
depend tions that people are abandoning it training for future Florida MIXTURE RIDS HOGS OF makes difference- FOR
The safest plan is to spray or dust I are small, but they should be treated necessary WORMS I most j,
: the vines with lead arsenate. J. R. as lawn grass. The damage which 1 ias I carefully as a large wound. Pin 'farmers. YOU between coat and net

Watson, entomologist to the University j'this pest causes amounts to thousands I pricks, scratches or small cuts are Information concerning entrance I Every hog raiser is' troubled at returns Our thorough:

: of Florida Experiment:; Station of dollars annually. In more likely to cauce: trouble than larger requirements will be found in the Uni- some time with intestinal worms in knowledge of crop needs, /
I some parts'! of the state large areas versity Record which will be mailed his herd. This is in
.
powderedlend inacces- especially true
has found that 12 ounces of wounds because they are I our rigid system of manufacture
arsenate and 1 1-2 pounds of I have been wiped out in comparatively! I sible and do not attract much atten- on request to the Registrar, Gainesville Florida where the parasites are prev- with every process (

quicklime to 60 gallons of water will short periods. St. Augustine grass is ,tion until they become infected. Fla. alent. Farmers have been accustomed I carefully controlled by especially .
of the most valuable lawn
kill the caterpillars and not injure one grasses I Pricks from small instruments such to depend on proprietary compounds trained men, and our t
This should be : for Florida because it stays green pins wires, nails or splinters are HOW ABOUT A HOMESTRAWBERRY to rid their hogs of worms.
the foliage. spray as long experience in Florida, t
I the whole but it cannot withstand
year, since infectiiti: They usually a fancy price for
If PATCH pay
well agitated during application. chinchbugs.. especially dangerous I 'g: i vel Armour Fertilizers I
used 24 ounces is carried beneath the skin and causes these conditioners and even though
lead arsenate paste is
high profit-making quality ,
Control of these Insects is :
will be required.The cheap trouble after the pkin has healed. No farmer lives as well as he they.: are beneficial, they are no bet- I "
Armour Fertilizers
dry arsenate may be used with and easily effected by the use of contact Every farmer should keep some disinfectant should unless he raises all the fruit ter than the following which can be Let make
insecticides. In letter profit for YOU this season.Booklets ;
equal parts of air slaked lime. The a recent on hand with which to treat possible. That is why C. K. McQuar- made at homo at very small cost: I
mixture may be applied v/ith a duster, to a county agent, R. N. Wilson, of wounds .not only on his own body but rie, state agent for the University of Santonin 8 grains; areconut, 2 free.
.e which is the most satisfactory meth the United States Bureau of Entomology on the bodies of his animals. Amongthe Florida Ex aeion Division, urges ev- drams; calomel, 1 grain; odium bicarbonate -I ei

' od. But the material may be appliedby I''of control, gives the following methods the affected best and accepted disinfectants ery farper to have a strawberry 1 dram. This quantity Is &'***
the bag and pole method to which : Spray or sprinkle ( for such to Dr. patchsfor home use. About the first recommended for a hog weighing 100
ole areas with a mixture of 1 part professor of chemistryin pounds by Dr. A. H. Logan veteri-
'. bags are tied and the iE. R. Flint, of fne year newspapers will report ,
I lime-poison porous mixture sifted on to the tobacco solution containing 40 percent the University of Florida, are tincture the sale of the first ripe berries. The nary field agent for the United States I *

vines by jiggling tho pole.It nicotine and 800 parts water. A I of iodine, creplin and hydrogen buyers will pay a handsome prioo for Bureau of Animal Industry, who Is
little should be added \
soap as a is good stationed at the University of Florida. t
is probable that one thorough peroxide. Iodine especially them, but the farmer can have some
dusting or spraying will control the 'spreader. Common ,undry or fish because it is pepetrating and it is be- of the same kind for the trouble of Larger or smaller hogs should receive Armour Fertilizer Works i f
oil soap, 1 pound to 4 gallons of wa- the battle- proportionate amounts. Wherea
insects until the cholera attacks them, ing used extensively on raising them.
ter, also will control the insects. 1 Creolin is also number of hogs are to be treated Jacksonville Fla.Fertilizers.
eome time in October. fields of Europe now. Plants set during September or October he
Either of these mixtures may be good and will destroy any disease :organisms will produce fruit early in Jan- they should be divided into lots of 20. ,

CARRY DOUBLE applied with an ordinary sprinklingor with which it comes in contact uary. If two or three varieties are The powder should be mixed with a ,
i FLORIDA ACRES watering pot or with a sprayer. little moist ground feed and given II S
i planted and if the runners are kept )
The most important recommendation In case none of these is at hand, pruned after the pickings, berries a way so that each hog will receiveits .Ar.rnoul- rfXr
; You have heard about the man who is that the mixture be applied thor- turpentine may be substituted although may be had until the first of June. share.. Food should be withheld (

. .. kills two birds with the same stone? oughly by drenching the infested it is not so good as the others.In Think of it, strawberries during, five 20 hours before the medicine is given
1Well., the Florida farmer con turn the sod heavily. It will be found advantageous any event do not neglect a'woundno months of the ye.rl! .; On s treatment is usually enough to I

, trick every year. The northern farmer to'apply water before spray- matter how.small it may be. Hun- Mr. McQuarrie, thinks :that the rid-the animals of,,internal 1 parasites : ,
> is contented If,he can raise'' one big or to, apply the '.mlxture after a dreds of people die each year of blood Lady Thompson is In a and If he succeeds in : result) of if 7 .h .' ii
crop year rain.Trfe hot' poisoning and lockjaw aa a variety for home use. The Klondikeand necessary, .
raising two once in awhilo he is looked bugll >will be''found on-the small 'wounds.' It; Is especially dan- Missionary are good also- The following mixture ,will ,help,,tW I I I
wonder. dead and'it is useless to make
upon by his neighbors as! a grass for farmers to neglect InJu- ,
; \Jhe Florida farmer can raise not only application then Treatment will be ries gerous since they are brought more TRY ABRUZZI RYEDURING
L'' two more a year, but laises effective only on dying grass and. ad- the in ,
.... or crops closely in contact 'with (soil THIS WINTER
]If two on the same acre at the same jacent areas. which lockjaw organisms live. If the (MAKE MORE P0TATO MONEY I

time. That is where the two birds Chinch bugs are sucking insects wound is deep it will pay to see aphysician
Abruizi is one of the most
make and intended for rye
connec- consequently poisons
the single stone
and so that he can drain it and
tions. their cosumpticn are useless. Con- promising crops for winterj cover or -
There are many examples of companion tact insecticides only aro effective. cleanse it thoroughly for grain that is grown in the State. SEND FOR THIS FREE' Book

cropping in the State, but C. L. SOLUTION SUB- Perhaps it has passed the promising
AMMONIACAL
professor of ummal hus- SWEET POTATO CATER- stage, fqr every farmer who has triedit
Willoughby, of Florida PILLARS NOW AT WORK STITUTE FOR BORDEAUX is pleased with the results. E. S. '
bandry in the University This booklet just from the press Is based
University -
calls. atten- Paoe, district agent for the

tion College to the of system Agriculture on Kornoko, Farms, Report from various parts o* the Growers who find bordeaux mix- of Florida Extension Division, has on years of practical experience. It tells iy

near Newberry, in Alachua county. State indicate that sweet potato cat- I ture too expensive may of substituteammoniacal been recommendng this rye and he about soils seed selection fertilizing! '
car-
solution
copper has induced a number of farmers to
Most farmers figure that they lose a erpillars are at work. In some fields
, little from each crop when two are they are numerous enough to demand bonate. Bordeaux is usually recom- try it. In every case reported to him cultivating, spraying and contains valuable
; words I J. R. Watson mended as a fungicide except in special the trial has been successful.The .
together. In other attention. entomologist suggestions on digging and shipping. F FSend'for
grown neither will make as high yields as to the University of Florida Experi- I cases. But since the price of copper seed is expensive and if farm ,} *
M. ment Station recommends lead arsen- : sulfate has gone up, bordeaux is ers do not wish to sow a large quan-
would if planted separately. '
they and cannot always be had. it .your copy of this book. It will
of Komoko Farms, ate for control. One pound of the expensive tity before testing they may planta
Crews figures, his manager companion crop separately. powder to 50 gallons of water will J>e 'Ammoniacal solution of copPer carbonate seed plot and grow their own seed help you make more money growing Irish w
but it is
is not only cheaper while they making, the test. If
300 of corn. effective. Two pounds of lime or, are
lie has about acres I substitutedin Potatoes. The edition is limited so write
He estimates that it will overage 20 better, the milk obtained from slak- easier to make. "It may be the rye is to be used for a winter
bushels to the acre. That is a1 fair ing two pounds of lime should be almost every case where bordeaux cover and grazing: it should be sown today. A post card will do. ''
and it is I added. I is recommended. It is just as efficient between: the middle of September and t
for acres
average so many except that it does not stick so the middle of October. For grain I best
about five bushels higher than the Some farmers report fair results WILSON TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.
results will be had when it is sown
from which is
last Aside with the Kansas mixture, a well.H.
State overage year. I E. Stevens, plant pathologist to during the first two weeks of Novem '
Mr. Crews expects- to fatten five poison bait/ The materials needed! Manufacturers of Ideal .Fertilizers.
"*" dogs of whichhe : for this mixture are 20 pounds of the Universtiy of Florida Experiment ber. _
on each acre peanuts the following directions Dealer, In Fertilizer Material. spraying! Imply w
has growing with the corn. >n bran, 1 pound of Paris green or' white Station gives; 1 menu and I nice IK-idca. i
for making the solution! : CONCRETE TILE SATISFACTORY f t
each 'arsenic three four lemons six ,
other words he consider: acre on or or or JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. '
which corn and peunuts are growing eight oranges, 1 quart of cheap syrup I' "The solution ammonia is made and from water.copper The WHEN PROPERLY !MADE I ,
carbonate, n
and enough water to make a stiff
two acres.
as mash. The bran and the poison 'ammonia and carbonate can be had Concrete tile may or may not IK 1 1f

OATS WILL RELIEVE (should be mixed thoroughly. Then from houses dealing in fungicides or good. I In most cases it probably i is -

THE FEED SHORTAGE the citrus fruits are grated and mixed from wholesale drug companies. not good. This is not a fault of the S iD
local
with the syrup. The two mixturesare Small quantities may be had from ,material but of the making. There .

Corn will be scarce in some partsof combined and moistened with drug stores. The ammonia should is a temptation in all sections whore i ,
the districts and one-half .. of test 215 degrees Baume. products are available to substitute iI I
the State next spring. In about two (gallons wat3r. of 5 of clay __ I _
that were flooded and whee The mixture is broadcasted over I "Make a thin paste ounces I concrete. Making tile on the

. the corn was destroyed by storms, or ,the field at sundown. This method of the copper carbonate by adding wa- farm or purchasing it from some local
of the
strong ammonia -
3
where the cHJsmvoA short for any poisoning is perhaps not so effectiveas ter. Dilute pints concern seems attractive because TRADE MARK fefGISTCRID i
Usea
2 '
J I with water to gallons.
the recommended Mr. Wat- either course eliminates freight
be planted. by
oats one
.I other reason, may
I They will take the place of corn and !son, wher-s! the poison is applied directly 'I wooden vessel. Add the paste of charges and breakage which are incurred -
the ammonia wa-
come on just when the feed is needed to the vines. copper carbonate to by importing clay tiles.C. PHOSLIMEFOR .
ter and allow the whole to stand an of .
most. I The fall army worm is also reported L. Willoughby, professor an-
According to E. S. Paoe, district in of the State. The hour or two, or over night. A deep imal husbandry in the University of FOR

agent for the University of Florida same methods recommended for the I' blue solution will result when dissolvehas all the Florida College of Agriculture, who '

r Vf extension Division, corn probably caterpillar will\\ control this pest. copper carbonate Into the solution.that will The blue has recently visited sections of South
Jr A of oats raised gone Florida reports that farmers are interested FRUITSs
high.
i will be crop off carefully
solution should be poured -
in concrete tile. Some have
.' this winter will not only relieve the CLOD CRUSHER MAKES
the GOOD OATS SEEDBED so that none of the remaining sed- tried concrete and find that it disintegrates -
feed shortage but it may enable her iment will be'carried over. If any rapidly. This experience du "My grove ought to be a living advertisement for your PhosKme.I .
than i
i. ..- could farmer otherwise.Mr. to sell .more corn Many farmers think that they do of them are in'the solution alit goes the investigations of the I have used it two years, and have also used a fair quantity of Sulphateof i
will
that oats land notneed a clod crusher because they into the spray tank they wear Michigan Experiment Station, Most
Pace suggests Potash and Nitrate of Soda. This year in spite of the drought the v
in the season. have no clods. Even on lIandy'soils the pump. concrete tile is not made so that it i
Thorough be well prepaarrat will go a long the clod crusher is a valuable implement "Enough water of should stock be solution added to to will withstand the percolating soil ; trees have kept their dark; green color all through and the crop of fruit
for the oats seedbed. Accord- the two gallons water. Soil water dissolves the cement -
towards making a good crop. will will be the largest I have had.
way The solution yet
Unless the land is in pretty fair shape ing to E. S. Pace, district agent for make 1 50 gallons. and leaves the walls to crumblo.Reports 1
I beforehand it should be plowed. Weeds the University of Florida Extension then be ready to use. The strong of- the Michigan investigation IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
y stock solution must not bo placed in will be found in Special Bulletin
will interfere unless they Division it packs the soil around the "
'," s j and turned trash under. oats seed and leaves thc surface the tank before it is diluted. It is 75, Durability of Concrete! Drain Tile, Prices F. O. B. Phoslime, Fla., In Bags
are caustic and will corrode the brass Station East
mulched. Michigan Experiment

4'i +,' V TEST OATS SEED The hull on the oats kernel holds parts of the pump." Lansing, Mich. The workers found I CARLOAD LESS I THAN CARLOAD ; j
i BEFORE PLANTING the soil away from the seed and pre- that the walls of concrete tile must I I I
a ; 1 vents absorption of moisture. If the JAPANESE CANE AND be practically impervious to water to. $9.00 Per Ton $10.00 Per Ton

r Data seed should be tested before crusher is run over the ground the soil PARA GRASS MAKE FEED be luting. The trouble with such '

planted. There is no wayof'accurately will be brought in closer contact with tile hat) been the fault of the manufacturer WRITE rO. BOOKLET +
thy
are determining the germi- the seed. .Furthermore. the soil is 'of- Para grass has demonstrated its in not using good material,

8' b 1 nation of seeds without running ten dry and loose after it has been value to South Florida growers. Many in making porous tile and! in 'not FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME CO.
the powers test. It is expensive to make worked. The clod crusher will firm farmers on the East Coast:: consider it properly hardening the product. 8?

I the test in ,the field. There is no the/soil so that capillary moisture can the but grass they can grow accordIng : Specifications: for making durable tile A -. .- ' : ; ehana'of'rejecting: the Heel after rise and still it will mulch the surface to A. P. Spenoer, district agentfor and for the quality of material will 8OX.-2. oCALA ftOMDA .

they :are planted and no way of knowing so that evaporation will be slow. the University of Florida Extension be, found in the bulletin. previously. WATERS &: CARSON GROCERY CO, taAT,3EPTEMBERZZni. ;
be had Division. It is particularlyadapted mentioned.If .
whether the poor stand was eausd Better germinac'c.-.i con by
' by seed. It will probably be using this implement for the forego- to lands that are likely to be a farmer buys manufactured tile r
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II/' I'I 'leaf.Frank, Vans Agnew I CHRISTlANEHDEAYOft I I1"N I IMPORTANT. -to ''VOTERS I. 'STATEJIEWS; ailDANllRSESAYS; } i

Writes From French Battlefield Did you rcciater .. YOt.e in' the latt -
.. (Jon.-c> primary etectioo
r It I Florida lead'the tailed States |In '
Wlator a you araat: registeragain if IMPROVE
-- editor oTtb* Park Port I PATIENTS
a' j J.' Xrv. if rewired again fa 1Uwfml .|AJ boor later I learned! that UM OM ha in adrtorial. rKothi.r to Wnto ber you etortian.The waart. towto... in the IN.xt: R__ good-road .eoMtrucUon. I, I ,

l ..i .. ,,.. fiaptenaat Frmak Van observer: Oificw cam' to the ground About." That U loat th*. way with ** who .., ... net registered at Tarpon Spring<<"* city council: has

*1 Ac- .*. is i rrrljif M eve of aaf.l br hit para L.tiasfe aotdJer *o the iIe tU. al4s fIlr( "alaek't tb..theron. (tiara which lack preM rcpartota. .r hrr* any i ar i to re ri- for' white F
ter >{ they: dair to vote sat No- company a way Under the Andes Treatment
] but who < are .. Rapidly
of Jrraace. /.rmeriy 00* Gf Kl rintvffl arc always tw) la some way nnktoown ome. aeeminc 7 oa ve>aber. of .. .
.*..'. kawn d .h. BOW U eao t* the grotiad Ilka a catioo. rcitratioa Monroe county with a majority :i ,
..coca/ bcotcnaat la wham known aa stone, without a parachute on the .Th:* loots soon win ito inhabitant living' in Key Wt, I* 1. "

3 sting Edward Second Horn' ort adg* of oar villa course h* Mn. H. A. Perry treasurer: and planning. to bond for $125,000 for .

ofp rider troop, r.eraJt. d was nahd to bsta-.nd it w*. Mia*.Mary )forri-. aecrctarr. in the FORYALLY PRETEVT8 {good road. Many Desire to Know Where Ins I .. } ,:
'i large- from tIN United I 8UU.. BoRe HaJlam, the actor, the original live society of Pomona, ar bavinx a ..)
l' II Mr.. Van Agnew wrote to hi. .i- Gilbert the Filbert, the mad_ idoL vacation at Daytona Beach It i* I .SMUT. LV OATS The citrus packinir-houau at Winter eredicntt Are Gathered ." ;I
i" Ur.Mr V A. Corfcrtt, wtta rxieain I Just before 1 left O. P. 1 saw at 1 I(hoped they: will meet come of oar Smut Haven will be the largest in the ..
bad
I 1 I wa* in last rearm oat State when its remodeling and addition -
and who for- Albatroa splendid Daytona Endeavorwrt of 't.
German the
t' I'I London, England, p. m.. a cross oar ID aectiooa. UnJe unusual for A. Oparne. ..L.
some I la nothing
.' '' crop i somathing are completed. It : f.
: .letter the brother living line and back toward this Tillage. Congregational and ChrUtiaa -
:1.'' I) war4d the to fUr : i* don. .to prevent its d..lopIlIWDt I The channel between St. Peters th* owner of the renowned ,7f
( ; in Ku imnx._E. G. Van At 3 p. m./the same cay I waa calling church Preacrtl'tlon to receive states ; (
t
I{[ this :year it will be worse and ,burg and Paaf-a-Grille i I. to be properly Antic i..
t AgTjew. one of t.h. Valley Gazette' up corps headquarter on the 'phone will continue to Dr..I. E. I manta from trained. nur- saying;* )
;, owner, Follow the letter: 'land overheard an officer talking to The last issue of the; Kijnmm spread. and plain staked so that vessels "Your medicine ha benef)tted my p.- J
an airman.. He !said: "I heard you Valley Gazette abowa up web the the Turlington, professor of agronomy in may running aground on dent no much and I ba"e another I:
have just brought: a Hun down." A young people*' orsrajiizcuons, with University of Florida College of sand bar*. that will Mart on It In few riav*. It ". j jis
In France. Aug 21 1. 116 bored said "Y items from Epworth Agriculture, recommends the use cfformalin Mr.. Fpote one of the pioneer rcn ) wonderful tonic and appetlxer.- In +
tery tired voice : I I have plenty to write about but half an hour ago" Where" "Be and Endea'ore.nd. a local item te'iinp ;- for control of smut idents of the Auburndile ( Polk a recent 1 letter frwrrr Florida ,trained r 1" .,y
like long Icttx-r Am Smut is transmitted from one crop county> section died rt her home on she state "I am now giving
not feeling a
am hind (lour village)-adding- of. the virus to Kistimmc! of Ww nurse 't
bark a mile from the observation: poet "\\'. had a very interesting, duel .. vtniiami. State crctry! ol tile. to another in the: seed Consequently Lake Arietta, lecently ,1 Andes to n t,atlent .of mine, and and i 1
P few "reft," b.avtig u the seed are- clean toe trouble may The Plant City rice nnd grist mill i iis It In helping no much Every: day I
(O i on a day I saw only two Hun machine the B. Y. P. l' One thine noted in this I where the Ingredient . !j
relived, but *'t. be avoided. The seed oat; should be operating daily and probably it urn asked, wonder ..
been it u a funny r
P and of item that Unions
week I won at the O one was; Br.ptjtt are from I I ..m a gradual \
'..U. The villa! *;* I rem in i-; bombarded them came to grief studying about efficient work, jurt emptied in a tibt.goD box or in will) b* busy throughout this autumn come hut hove been unable! to answer ,;,
Ja at 12 and ":3J) m., a room with a tight floor and treated and winter. Beside its! equipment I nurse I
twi'* a > a. m. p. Weem to h* mSroonc-d here. I like Endeavoreri No matter whetherin I thnt >n I wIth !1 ft howitzers, and it i* a creepy get no letters never se a paper, and a denominational organization or with formalin; solution A Dint of for nee and corn the mill has a corn ..Thc rjiK herbs, barks and! hcrrl. thatar 't
!life Thu ,iv saw 3 p. m. and! fr'"rt. of this It'
"V / had it like is the usual dilution. A stronger to- The nee m the Plait City' rnnntrlea. purehaa:; ..* L
1 12 a i/j p rn we a I have moved Mnce I left them (ri"tlall Endervor. the *:.me tooU acreage and l other IIr.
r p. hail 'V.rrri, I counted fO explosion. and I don't fcn ;know definitely and methods of work mutt be used lution will injure the seed A gallonof section is much larger than ever before i t from the nntlvi-n In lb. rough .hlp- '.1
v' and ther w..r'. over iiMh' t'.ty fell\ where they ..ro..e. expect to b? relieved for progressive i movement toward our this will treat about two bushelsof and the crop 1 ii; very atisfac- pad to lh. grout Inhoralories at Cincinnati ,:.:
seed. and under ill* J personal
In the ant\ four minutes. Pieeccamr '<* Ohio
/ the at time, common goal, .Christ's( kingdomcome" tory "
by pew corps ary The solution be tit that nell-known Oerman -
witha
'
.. applied
rattling roof, tike *refalling may Committees of the Baptist Sabbath supervision
n .
> my who will take over this corr' O P., in the heart* of all humanity H'rrAll.ert Hcrinell.' the "
,in, a picture on my wall was ,, sprinkling: pot, and the1 should school have taken a religious census rhemldt '
as it i* in their territory; but jut are extracted, :
S It whore: be shoveled! in a* it is applied When of Fort Pierce and have tabulated the medlrlnal i.ror.erllet" ;
,
trurk whirr W
1 twjre wan 'wh/n, I cannot aj I h p-; to get another Mils Sophia Retroehl in Jacksonville all the seed liottled Inspected l and labeled. and .
hang, eranh, t"rn. all around. are thoroughly wet, heap name and church affiliation of tariff r anT for ortrleatem market wherever the
s ) P when I rejoin the regiment secretary: r glared on the
I .
I I the liar ......."ot.r. them into a pile and cover with sacks residing within th corporate: Y
dis/-re-tly Andea Prll.rrlpl."n
wan in and I rather expert 's>. It cannot district, i II sending personal!' I letter to person demanfl require TM I" -
1 ing when it wait f/ming about my be monie, than thm one, from the all her local I societies asking them to or canvas that have been dipped into limits or adjoining districts This is' . and It has had the most: <
!ram No fur also" v.lt.n you are of of noisy explosions Upin be rare to send delegations to the the formalin solution Allp.the to gather information for use in in- phenomenal ..le of .ny medlclne everplaced ar
alone and .r' ot chow oft yours- point view district convention Fernandina oats to stand about a day and then creasing the enrollment and cfficiecy'' >ef.rithe i.iil.lic. ) It l I. sold 7.,
the O P. r-cve something to do, >n in Oct '
you ksrlla
urmd indiff' >Te 27.2d. It has been time spread them to dry before attemptingto of the Sabbath school Figure .are i i utrlolly on Its merit advertisement
in sinceEndeavorers
something to aeeme; duty fact; a long nell i'
sow them with a drill. They not I one Ix.ttle and the liner inchas
may available I
JOlt had uk! with tax militaypoliceman yet J I
and I would rather be there than : met there and It I* a ;,:
in be broadcasted hand without It for all forma of tom-
by jiralae
dry'ing. ,, The Florida Citrus has they
: Exchange
".ur'I..n :? ** the "rut" billet, where you bite place went to go ach trouble. Indlg"stlun. constipation, ;
anffol of Mar, a> the original( I piece out of your heart twice a day Session will be in the PTeab'torrianchonh the formalin secured control of 85 per cent of the t tcitrus liver and kidney Unorder It buildsup }
Since and
HntiAh, regular" army man n now a( 'and! never know it. evaporates crop in the Brooksville section that worn.out llnaue. enrlehea the .b
1 fertionatefnamed the gas passe away, there will be no A model has been ..
and he unid montemphaUcall packinghouse newIlfvim and vla-or to-
There i* a diurnal old white horse, blood. l\e>i
4 > that he had "th- wind a farm horse, abandoned here by the Every month there is some specialobiect danger in feeding the treated oat if erected there) to handle it, the entire .y"'."' return to thom R;
sr.' f fair up'him '!wing In Ulire plate." \illarer because he wn wounded in for us all to aim at in successful they are perfectly dryLincoln' ,i The A. D. Andrew Company gins who have lout their appetite the. proper i
..
"* There art al<"rays casualUta too- rear hind fetlock The foot m nearly and owing work. For September Hat. started here Sept. 12 and are turningout dealre for food It aaalmilate whatyou !.,
i, II well became doctor bnd every to to
we It., the old secretary try .
In for the :
i accepting government of 10' andun
old ;
ton day Cotton is the
and no on I aw a poor chap artilleryman a bringing ,
to Mia Ruth
Coffin
home picki grass in the orchards and get a report ,
the United States the little cabinin
killed yesterday near hi* State in leg ants or better a pound in the seed. I IThs PRESCRIPTION, that is
finds hm water somewhere' but whenthe secretary Johnstown, telling which Abraham Lincoln ANDES
' Lattery i if the month for the was born. means good times for the growers indorxcment of trained +
trafc" begins I hobble off ina plans membership President Wilson noke of its receiving the : '
lasting Raiford .
For exercise, I and two of Tnbune.SarasotaV
my m'n. great hobble for his stable butts (campaign were followed out nurses and other professionals I now
tribute to the of the
j 4 went out to dif ihell/ -no e* from ref and how mN'lor: : greatemancipator. "voters have balloted on Corner
his way in, turns around end! itar s many new members were obtained on sale n KisOmnioc\ by DruffStore
rent hell holei (a fan-mating pur- Be to do this and thu. a municipal pier and a municipal gtlf extlusc agents r"
gloomily out. Aft r the "ftrafc" is pure the
It that and
is yet it is more than The the 't
aot' around a lottery that they nh'll" all course. pier won; golf course _
kiowa he help us to make Statecircle
he and and a complete
over out
: ; comet
that It
.
is an -tim- :
i + daily near the front lines, nnd ..thappened of effort encouragement a lost. A WARM KFX EITION.Recently ,
the up-w-itn-the-times
begins on grass alrP In.I in o. -
ulus to the: youth of America. Every I I '
\to have moved to anotherbattery
I In r'om :i swallow. has a nest each of the eight district I
r 200 yard away, when there my public ,school in the land should be i; COL'LD.NT L\ST LONG.A in one of our first line
and two infarif As nil windows and
came the /'>.'J, earchinf( the batterywe Here provided l with n photo of the humble .au.l Hac there fell 4
door are broken she flits' in nnd out is the lift of convention date log cabin, to he framed together witha story credited to the late Representative trenches at Berrj
had Ic/t lull I
During\ a raw a
at will oay'nll'' abrolutly no attentionto and tow io far decided: Lake Citv the ( had sent
sketch of the life of the great Lincoln Campbell, of Tammany a tore that ifimans
Tommy strolling along( in front of me. In a "strafe," she flic off the Oct 2. -21;, for North Central district ; ',.
fame, tells of
and hung its alls. an Le
\:: of
i the battery, and I said) that he would upon amulInlcon"er8& to us with the and! a sling says
; Fernandina Ort. for
2T-2S Northeastern
and outside and
) nest frantically allaround .
Lincoln ndp: no m'monaV HM tion between two Irishmen in the employ
aoon be in trotlH.) Junt then a 19 : Cri de Paris It was enclosed in a paper ,
Oct Ea
with coining bark when it in ovr ; Daytona 30-31 "t ,image in graven for all time in the of the municipal government of
horrible
r came rare alone and burnt it just* .1"nSC'lIde roar him and '! I will, (five you a lonfr, account of Central; Stuart Oct. 51-Nov. 1. for hearts of a loving grateful peopl- New York City. upon which was written this request -

lie was thrown into the air and the (). P some dry when my mind Southeastern; Wmtx Haven No Hut his remarkable: career visualized I I "That's a good position the lad Mul- :
up 2-3, for Southwestern St. Nov "
: Cloud and pictured to future generationsof :cahy has, said Milligan I "Have the kindness to shower us
yards --(tone dead. ul.., and
away temperature are normal. 4-5, for South Central
No\
In the evening I noticed ; Sorrento America's children, must be a constant "Aje, a good position replied copiously tomorrow morning at ten '
N ; a balloon ((observation yesterday) of ours driftIng 1- FRANK. 16-7 Central district In West Florida inspiration to the highest effort. Dougherty)', "but he'll\ not lasht long." o'clock A lieutenant colonel is corning .
i such a large ternotry, it is planned So Lincoln would have TampaTribune. "Not lasht long! Why wot do you to inspect us. We hope that this
1 looaein the wind ;
high ttho Hun
To Cure Cold: in
a One Day to meet at two place just before him ,\
i i mane?! reception: will remove from any
e line, and very aoon our Archie open- Take AXATIVK KKOMO QulnlnIt the meeting in Lake City. We do not ii i "
i "He'll not lasht long, doggedly reiterated idea of (coming; again!I" 4
ej it and
s up on almost the drat hot "t"I' the 'ouifh and Headache and :
remember a year heretofore wh brought it down, punctured it -nd it works off th.- ( old DruKKlats -furpr1 l Dougherty I said so whin' Our artillery was
a < money If It fall to cur E W every district held its own conven with his first gun. Neither ig satisfied '' he took the job smn years ago, andI rendered the Germans the required] 1 "
flapped to the ground quite alowly. OltOVK signature on each box 2ic tion. GRACE A. TOWNSEND. -until a none i i. made. j'I say so at.hill" service. :

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: NOT, ,THE I,ONLY' .ONE.. I CLIMIJINGflSE LADD1L. ''SADENOUC..f", . ** '

: MEETING FOR CITRUSDROWERSJHJT. COMPANY BDUArlTERSSUNbAYSEP.i7,19.16; ,_, .1 I' "' '- 1

11r 'The editor: handed'the..manuscript "Take a food look At"this' ,ladder; "Editors; 'demand stories, that} .,.end, ,
11 .. "'. happily.Perhaps, that .accounts for
back!' after hastily scrutinizing the mV boy. .

< 1720Since $ sheets,' and said In" a lofty 'manner:
..., according ,to the Illustrated Sunday *."And then J'8memberthat were thor with a rather sickly smile "All
Maeraiine: K>ssible' to get to the top at a single '
VE04' the market has become Company "B,3 Sunday.Sept. 17, "We don't print any1\ such 'stuff' S a* bound there would be'no need for the mine have a sad ending They" v*ffo. "'in*

; ;S 4 ,Si GR more critical of the fruit it consumes, That'giews in the Tampa '''Sunday that, bottom J'WIc.-.I>etroit Free Press.: to the1> wast...Pllpe i basket.i **. ,-7,,

and since it refuses to take marred. Tribune,:}In regard to moving to, the "Well you needn't be so haugbtabout : Cords and .tasiels..are 'favored:for1,

;: GARDEN & FIELD or low-rrade tZlllt It is to the I border Increased the eagerness of the iL' retorted the "Spasmodical 'Can you tell ma what a smile r.t' girdles, i Sometimes the ,cor4 U in.
: : up Contributor "You're not th. ,,onlyone "
t' boys to .tt the border and ,much asked a gentleman of a UttU. rlrU reality-a'.fold of silk and the tassels. j
'. .. grower to produce a better crop. 1 go who will not print, it." toy sir it's. lie ,whisper of weighted with balls of the '
m QUESTIONS ASWPRrD1MMEDATYMs ca, ; ... ; a are .samo_
i entertained will
that
BY HAIL Only bright fruit will bring top hope now we ta ugh.* mat rlaC ., S. ( }

"' N M.C.PRANCE. DepT MoL prices. Only clean trees will producethat soon move and break the monotony GOOD ENOUGH. .. .. .
lit WIUON 4. TooMea! FearitiiCR COMMNTJACKSOWVIU.B kind of citrus. of Black Point life. S "5O
FLA. For these reasons the keynote of Corporal Best while in Kissimmce "Do think can support my .....++..... .+$.G.+++..44444eteO.s4Os44'o.s... . .5
you you
\, I the seventh annual Citrus Seminar, at last week, had a hard struggle be- daughter in the style to which 'she
. 1 TOBACCO SPRAYS, the University of Florida Oct. 17 too tween IOV-B. and his non-commissioned has become accustomed," 'lNSURANCandRAtrSTAT
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'''. Why do I have such difficulty in I : inclusive, will be "clean trees and office. Love overcoming caused Cor- .'No. sir, but I think I can supporther I ,
; S getting the good old Extract of Nicotine : brighter fruit." poral Best to lose his position as corporal .- in the! style to which her mother
,,S that costs only $1.10 per gallon The program will be devoted largely and when Friday came and still had to become accustomed when she Let us insure Life Health
your your
your Property.
.q j in five gallon lots while the Black to control of insects and disease no hearing from his girl, the boy was got married."-Pittsburg Press. ,

ft Leaf 40 which seems eternally crowded and to other methods thnt will result feeling blue, thinking he had lost Information in regard to for '
property
;, : ,. in its place is $1.25 per lb. in 2-lb. in a better grade of fruit. Lecturers both his position and girl, but Satur- There are fewmen who think they
, their particular day the glad surprise came and Best : sale and rent cheerfuly: given.In .
' : : cans? Have the manufacturers of the experts in are providing well for their wives if
'." old kind gone out of business? fields, have been obtained for every i is in good heart today, doing his they get them places to work.
't? Answer-Black Leaf 40 is made by branch of the industry from selecting kitchen police\ in a military manner. addition to fifteen other good companies, we

I. the name people who used to make budwood to marketing the crop. The Joe E. Johnston's few hours over now represent the well known
,J the Tobacco Black Leaf or Extract of latest information on every phase of pass was expensive to him, costing Overcome Chronic ,
/ Nicotine and is identically the same citrus culture will be offered in an three days' kitchen police. But Joe
: HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York m mx \
i' S product with the exoeption that it is I effort to help the grower<< raise a bet- does them cheerfully, feeling sure of f Constipation

', more concentrated. This rnak. s it ter product. value received. :: ::>>. G.a..GrN"E: : : ;,
included is
Several features will be Capt. Barber spending second
: very much more economical; it not new a Don't continue create a bad
\ only is less in initial (cost but you in the program of the seminar this 48 hours pass in Kissimmee. habit of strong purgatives. They Second floor Gtizens Bank Bldg. K&simmee: Ha. ; : ,
\. have just about n tenth as much:: year. Among them will be an exhi- Corporal Roberts is in charge <>f relieve and that is alL And they '
". weight to transport. For instance, in bition of spraying machinery. Seven quarters today assisted by Pat Far- call for increased dosage. A sensible I.. .00..0.... .... l'O.t ..... 101 I 0.0.00 "' 0...... .... .

i. the Tobacco Black Leaf, you would manufacturers "wnd agents of power mer.Company treatment will arouse the liver 5 n
V/ pay $5.50 for enough material to sprayers have planned to exhibit and H, of Tampa, took first and give tone and stiength to the ?
t make 430: gallons spray. and freight demonstrate their products. Every place in total of events in state damn bowels. It offered in ..
, on considerably over 60 pound phase of the mechanical operation of field meet yesterday with a total of .
j", weight while the ;2 t pound tin of I this, machinery will be explained from '. 14 points. Company L. of West Palm

i Black Leaf 40, making 500 gallons I a practical v.ewpoint.; Gasoline and Beach, second with 13 points; Com The Favorite Store of Kistimmee
; spray would cost only $5.00 and other types of engines with which the I I. pany G, of Tampa, third, 11 points; --A12 I I :
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.. freight on about five pounds. Spray machinery is operated will be explained Company D, Lakeland gained seven ...
j.", .;" from Bigots Leaf or Extract of Nicotine and demonstrated by experts. I II I points; Company B six points; Company --.---. --\ I
I The exhibits of diseases and pests E five points; F. and M. Companies ---_ --- --
about 40 cent more
,} than costs from Black Leaf per 40. Whateverform' I from the collection of the Experiment one point each. _..:::..cr : '

!1 of tobacco you use you' nhould Station will be larger and more complete I I The shoe race was the crowning, FURNITURE?
: S break the water with soap before: than last year. Each subjectwill event of the afternoon and furnishedan ..5 .
t stirring in the tobacco. This generally occupy a separate booth so thatit immense amount of amusement I Many fulneaa year of *thla have remedy.shown th Its. u the.e- .

'; takes about two pounds to each may be displayed to best advan- both for tha spectators and contejt- Ideal laxative. gentle, efrectlva and
60 of tage. The !life histories of Jill important ant It was this event which gave alre'. thenlnlr. Now. It may be
gallons
, spray. citrus insects, both beneficial and :I Company H its greatest number of obtained in tablet form, for convenience -

.5 COTTON SEED MEAL. injurious. will be illustrated by speci I points the five men representing, Manalln In will taking not form a habit
,1 eedmeal ever i mens.! Methods of encouraging the I this company scoring 12 points in the of cathnrtlce. Ucd aa directed. -WE HAVE IT !
; Does cotton prove former and controlling the latter will contest. the a' may reasonably, expect
injurious to guavas ? What is the with results of :. trenJ itnnnedlate:: : relief.
shoes
Fifty indiccriminately
:' main objection to the use of cottonseed I be given, together I regulation piled -- *nv but the re-formation
; S tres? 1 have I Is..en each. in a heap and the owners ffif :ta of proper hablta. In
( meal on citrus The effects of fungus and bacterial charging down on the pile, each benton AT/l/lM the natural way. _
; excellent results from cottonseed I diseases will be shown in a similar finding thj pair bearing his name 'i5 Vt l S\. Liquid if you desire
:! meal on other things. of diseased I the inside It nand 86c. '
manner. Specimens partswill on ,was a contest fraughtwith /A-I\ *
known of In connection with Hardware line
Answer-We have never I oar we a cempletaline
carry
\ I be on exhibition and the various tremendous possibilities. It was 1 / Tablets,25c and lOc
S cotton eC(1) menl provmp injurious to stages of each disease will be illui- funny especially as when a contestant i Carry a box with of furniture. We make a specialty of utiittuif koines, aid
iruava*. If, however, it wre applied I trated. Control measures will l ie I picked up a shoe which did not I f TOU Constipation; li* Van die reliable
S. just at the tim of the developmentof fiyen. in this case, aa in the case (.f belong to him he was privileged) to -x-v>* largely a matter ofXftkV5
the fruit, the fruit would verYlak..ly habit. You can over-
injurious insects. I throw it as! far as his right or left come It with Manee -
not carry as well as though it I Instruments, with specimens arm would force it. lln'a help '
Bed Room Furniture '
fertilizer. The prepared Dining
., \ hail another kind of of cotton seed , will be avail a!. out I The idea of the contest was to have ,4 1 ""p-C--... ,

'S. objection meal citrus to the trees use is that it is i-o details, not visible to the unaided l leye.. [ the r'n. find their own shoes, put CeI....... OkU Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor
-
on will be
into A series of conferences them on, lace them up perfectly and ,
the trees
likely to throw die-I given this year. When the seminar ieturn to the scratch. Up to a late
St I back. It can be used In small particularly quantities : was begun the attendance was sm.ill I hour last night all the shoes had not Suits Odd Chairs Rockers,
trees, ,
on young discussion of individual be found.
to n
i I enough permit I I
;,I for spring application. butwherever problems. Growers were taken -I The blank cartridge contest was Balm Couches Etc.
used
must be I
it
, ... used on citrus trees trouble will follow. I' to the laboratories and were given 'won by Pat Peacock, of Company H, Magnolia ,
: I with caution or opportunity to make detailed study Corporal Fuller of Cqmpany G taking _
fertilizer -
. Cotton seed meal is an excellent individual U the Liquid Face Powder used by famous
. of exhibits and to take up second and Pat Pappas of Company 1
material for Although vegetables it costs'>n problems directly with the instructor.The IM, finishing! third. In this race each beauties. If you have Sunburn It,quickly Tan or This *tor. is makIng a record for itself la i tkt Matter ., .,

h S damp so high cold per unit land.of actual plant food. I I ,meeting that thlj has: is grown no longer so: large possible., however :,placed man had at to five assemble yard intervals five cartridges intoe Freckle.elope the try burn ffUagnolla and/ removes 3alm. Tan" andBlemUhe helping people to outfit ...... Come and .... Oar prices an '4, '

S, invariably recommend a portionof I I which *. Make. your kin oft and ,
w.3 derived from Furthermore, subjects in growers (clip insert clip into the rifle and fire riPt.
ammonia to be mooth. Ea. to ue and
the are interested are so numerous one as a signal: of completion. y r
this source when it is used will under however I that they can not nil be taken up in i( The equipment race was taken by sure to please .,
It ,
these circum tances. when detail from, the platform. Hence Sergeant Sumner of Company B, Pat Three Colon '
make poor carrying fruit this series of conferences has been>:! Martin of Company E and Pat While fink. Rott-RtJ. *

:1 used in excess. arranged so that rowers may discuss IC. of Company L finishing in the ,$ ..lDsuaa or I_moll,JlncL TOOLS FOR ENGINEERSNo :

their troubles with some inves- order named. This was a conetst in
:i FLAT WOODS FOR GROVE. tigator trained in the particular which various articles of uniform and SAMPLE FREE

;;J: I am thinking of starting a grove branch in which they desire informa- equipment were placed at intervals LYON MFC. CO.. Blatter what Mad of as EagiM Joe hay.-Gas, Stout, ,
S land that has a growth obtain -/ I CO s......5t.. B...&.....".Y. .
, on flat woods 30 tion. Three or more growers can from. scratch to 100 yards; rifle being Railroad. Stationary E fine- .wo hare .zacdy II. Tools. yosr'ood : .
,, of pine with clay subsoil 24 to I a conference and an instructor seDarate at 100( yard line: each man '
: la work-.Wreacbu; Harmon OOora ote
surface. I will \ I Ir asaigneJto i your everyday ,
'., Inches from the aje! and a meeting place will bo being required to" run along this line: -' I
::; it drained. Do you think thl. is : them. Theie conferences will not uniform and equip himself completelyand I' S alLot the bat qaaEty-aaJw.siw&IpaaJ. at prices that wfflMurptiso

I" 'q citrus trees! absolutely I It. interfere with the. general meeting. return to the scratch, load BARBER ,PRICES '-. iLls den Las th.. ,..tatioti..., .a..thardware .s1 ,
Answer land Is where I -
t. ," S -If this drainage can be had. WASHING. rifle and firs one shot. hi'l Share ...-_____?-,_________-* ISf, that b '.f.....-, iaBty ....y*. will ataka .. ..... '
} S: '\r good it should not SPECIALISTS FROM The litter bearers' race was won Haircut ___:.__-_.:.._'_.:.__.__ S5Shampoo < "
'r there is no reason why land, TON TO ATTEND SEMINAR. Company G, Company A second, and ?__...________.___ 35c take .im COIIIq hem MOW" bupoctiBC .. Uf abc. .. I

S eventually become good of grove time andIl The tentative program for the seventh Company E third. Hand Massage ______________ 3Sc
5;' but it would be a waste trees the rr.nual Citrus Seminar, at th!' The relay was won by Company B. Vibrator Massage ___________ 33c
1 money to try to set the Such Univen-ity of Florida Oct. 17 to 29; by several yards but was thrown out Vibrator and Hand Massage

S first season it was cleared. beds contains" the names of many widely on account of error. i I combined _________-----n- SOc '
J land should always be worked in the known workers in agriculture whs: Another event of great excitement Witch Hazel Steam _______- 25c: Osceola Hardware Company .4.4'I4OOtOOOOOOO
. for It i is so nat that however good attend.Dr. yesterday was that of "Pots" .
; the water is so have promised to Hair Since -_u_____________ 25e
< final drainage may be often ds Charles J. Brand of the office hardt and Dewey Sumner on a Er-I Beard Trimmed (only) ____._ 25e .
slow in moving off that It r.f markets and rural organization-! out with the_ gloves. Beard Trimmed and Haircut. SOc \ 'P' '
1. damage when successive rains occur. United i "SLtes--UDepartment. of Agriculture Corporal Newton gave Company B. I Tonics Standard Prices. ..

, The drainage should be such that and you a will discuss marketing of cit. foot ball team a try-out early this The above to go into effect Oct. I "

could dig down at least three two feet before rus fruits. Leo B. Scott of the bureau morning and reports them rapidly lit, .. .It. pppppp.p.p.. .. .... .. '
half and preferably the hole of plant industry and pomological rounding into shape. I 1916.KENNETH P. BUTLER.
S finding standing water after investigations, will discuss bud Private Sumner underwent a severe -
haa been left at least 24 houra. W. selection and the importance l of standardizing chill last night and l is confined to A. C. TYSON.A. TRAD'EAttractive \
this land E. FORD. 38-4t FOR SALE OR
would advise your clearing citrus varieties selected for his cot today, but is improving. S
to-
well and growing Irish potatoes, performance.Miss Private Overstreet and Sergeant
matoes, or some similar crop on it Clara Hasse of the bureau of Sumner pulled off a sparing last we k ..1CliRSOW .

over this winter, then planting velvj-t plant industry, who discovered that after Over treet saying that he was Modern, Dr. Carson's Residence
it
beans next summer aftr giving the a citrus canker was caused by a bac- among the best :In the regiment. Ser- ,

good heavy dressing of lime. in them terium, will tell of her work with geant Sumner out it over him a lit- Corner Sproull Avenue and Church Street.
working ,
fall cut up the vines, 'that organism. tle in cleverness. FflRJIIEII
-- in when dry and possibly set trees! H. R. Fulton bureau of plant industry Privates McClean, Alvey Barber' Swill
late in December or early January, I who has succeeded J. G. and Sumner are on the sick list this .
though we would prefer to garden on Grossenbacher in the citrus diseases week. ,
the land another year .and raise a I,investigations in Florida will dIscuss L-eut. Jarrell was appointed one of sell on Terms if desired. This is an '

crop of velvet beans the second sum- citrus scab.R. the many judges in the field day contents '
S mer before setting: the tree E. Chandler of the College of and, as in all cases, the Lieutenant exceptional: opportunity. 1'

CUCUMBER BEETLE.The Engineering. will discuss gasoline engines showed excellent consideration. Insuranee that Insures;

beetle spoiled a half acre of! Indications point to n greater attendance -
last season insideof A Yellow compioxion; pii.iploa and I '
cucumbers for me than last year. requestfor Protection that Protects Address Quick
: three days. What can I dd to avoida lower rates has been made to the 'disfiguring blomisl cs on the face or
repetition this season? railroads. Last year a rate of 3 I body can bo gotten rid of by doctoring -
beetle has the 1 the liver, which is orpid. HER.- T
Answer-The cucumber centa a mile plus 25 cents for
CHAS. P. DOW Orlando Florida
f in the past, been considered very difficult round trip to Gainesville was made. BIN E is a successful liv..r correctant.It ,
. S, f to control since it was very An attempt is being made to obtain purifies the system rtimulatcs the
'vital organs and puts the body in fine
the vegetation upon
keen which on there seeking was no poison, but thanksto the same rate Lgain. vigorous condition. .Pric:! 50 c. Sold DAKIN AVENUE .. . .... . . . . .. ... .0.0*. .0.000000..0000000...00000o

S one of our readers we now have a WESLEY BIBLE CLASSES by Osceola Pha- nacy.

simple,Scatter complete either, and flour effective?r corn con- Great Gathering in Ocala October 1012Fine Jersey cloth of various sorts appear KISSIMMEE FLORIDATone -+.-->
tiol. in fur trimmed form in some of !
vines and the Program.
meal over the infested and the between season model that are

beetle eats it readily then great swells many favorable Field Secretary A. H. Cole predicts I now_ available. -- --
diaL, We have had a u WEEK END RA TES
reports on this treatment an attendance of 500 or 600 Wesley !
it out.LAWN Bible Class of men and women at the :
since sending CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER !
I'I.. big federation in Ocala October 10-12.
DYING. There are about 400 classes in Flori-
'
da and of class shouldbe

1 ., My lawn shows and larger bare until spots I which fear repre el1ted.course This every is a self-enter MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES"Dodsoi's $2.70S
, ,._ grow larger entirely killed out. taining body and each class or individual -
be
i, S. It is going to will provide for the expenses 1:
i Whatcan I do? killed of the trip. Ocala hotels) will give a .
< !is being
Answer-The grass low rates for two day*. A tine pro- I ,
dust
.(. S by chinch bugs. Sca around It'"- otoh the H -o edges gram has been arranged. and a good: Lher Tom" Starts Your Liver tonight.; Your druggist: ot dealer AND RETURN
out
I L'. liberally well time is expected. Those who are promoting ",.11. you a 50 cent bottle) of I>Q of the bare spots. the federation are leaving Better Thai Calomel 4 Yoa Don't Liter Ton under my personal, tn'bey.
nothing undone to make it a greit back guarantee. that each ..|"".nflll wijl I
ENGINE.I .
EP2 WIND MILL OR success. Ocala i is making: prepara- Lost i Day's Work clean your slug-mill. liver .better than (a
am going to install h pumping tion for giving these Sunday school dose of foaty calomel and that it won\

I u. ::.. plant to supply my house and irrigate forces a cordial welcome. The Sun- make you sick.Dodson' : Tickets Sold for All Trains Saturdays and A. M. '

; ". a ten-acre grove nnd garden. day school workers, especially thoqebelonging Liven). up your sluggish liver! Feel Liver} Tone in i real livertncdic.ne
would yoa advise! as to Bible classes fine a/dd, rhperlul! ; make your work apleasure
organized
Which power You'll knuw
it Trains
next morning limited
{ Sundays to return following Tuesday
best; wind mill or engine? Seems to who do not include the federation in ; be vigdinpUB and full of ambition. U'cauuc will wake feeling line, \ .
be far moreS But take no nasty, clangorouscalomel you up ' K C s &
S Ime the wind mill would their plans, will miss the most help- your liver will )be working/ ; headache. :
because it make sick and S 1; I
ful event of tlio you .
economical. year. and dizxfneua gone; atomach will be .
Answer-Engine by' all means. you may Ime a day' work. VIA {
.c Winds are too variable for the best Ux.Fas. A Med Effective Laxative a Dm Torts Calomel i ia mercury or quicksilver sweet; and boweU regular. ,
S and hard storms are likely to .Doss Not firtpo Mr Distort tile Stomach which causes necroci* of the bone. Dodaon's Liver Tone i ia entirely vejetalile (!' -
service
to a wind mill in thecourse la addition to other properties.Lax-Foe Calomel crashes into our bile like ., therefore harmless. and can notallvaU. I
. do damage
.5 more of a year than the expense of rtmtsins Cascara in acceptable form a dynamite, breaking it up. That's when Give it to your chM.lren.. A TLANTIC COAST LINE:." :

the engine. stimulating Luative: and Tonic. Lax-Foe you feel that; awful nausea and cramping.Listen 'Millions of people are using Dodnon'c f 4"
S running; acts effectively and does not grip nor to jnel If you want to enjoy Liver Tone inntead of dangerous calomel .: .
A ftne polish for floors can bo made disturb stomach. At the same time,it aids the nloeat, gentlest liver and bowel now. Your: druggist. will tell ;you that STANDARD KAILROAD OF THE SOUTH, :'

\4. by_ndxIn.he, short ends of candles digestion,aroasea the Ihr-r and secretions cleansing<<;,you ever'experienced just take the sale of Calomel is almost stepped ,\,... -

'S with,oquaT parts J.f.turpentine. and restores the Lealthy function SOc. a *BOOJLU( .of liamleM. Dodson's Liver entirely lure. I I Ir ... .... .4. 'A.

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PAGES THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE '(4.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. iit.: ..
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:rThe, Kissimmcc Valley Gazette MAINE'S LATEST-':.... ELECTION. ,CHRISTIAN VIEW OF AVERTED RAILROAD Okeechob. Call. Editor Manager P..enll. III;: :-


.," - rvkltakeel. m-:. ......... The latest Maine election' say* the. Ocala Banner STRIKE.-.-' A in Some Grievance Substitute ,Take Place '

..... .. T...... 4.1_" ......... K...._ Via.W. is a slap at the South,a rebuke to President Because the country 1 ha i been delivered from A late Issue of the Okeechobee Call
' contained several articles wherein II. C Piano of Tampa has ,bean
.'.. _, Wilson, because be Was BORJ! south of the' Potomac uu* great peril there will be BO general disposition ,
MABSM* AND B. O. VAJMJ AGBW.pr : 0. Editor Hall unbosomd some of his sent here by the Florida Citrus. Exchange
to subject; the mean by which it was I troubles. H. let
I.hi4ptM. a._. : river. accompbshed hi* patrons know temporarily to do the wos k eC
0.. c..,., On Tr.._____________ .11I to unfavorable criticism.. where he and they are to "get off" ,
I' "" I la the face laf the President' achievement J. W. Prentis of ihe .
I asserts manrger
0.. 01* Mcnths This doe and "get on. Four of the articles KJf.simmee
I t 0.0 Copy. Thr. .:::::.::::.:::=:: JU: : the Banner there can aol 'be any other explanation -country are indifferent not mean to the that mean the people by which of they this follow CIVus Grower Association. ;;

I All cAmnunlMttlona. except frm our authorised I for Republican: victory in Maine in 1916.: secure industrial ,but Mr. Prentis has been indisposed for 4
awrrp.i>d.BU, n>ut a* .1.... "r tb* writer. peace thar'thq are willing to To partly prove that the newspaper some time, but yesterday. he became
.jeeted natter will act be returned. unless Beginning in 1856. the Republican won every accept a temporary measure. to avert a national .business fs a businessproposltlon, seriously ilL -
.ailed 'or. calamity if it i i. apparent that injury on Aug. 9 we paid to the Florida.East _
,
: state and national election in Maine until 1878. no permanent Coast railroad FORTY-NINE DOL From Supervisor of Registration

'j (K: tered In the Poetofrtoe la Klsalmanee. Florid, That year the Democrat and the Greenbackers i i. don. Whatever may be said a* to the menu. LARS FORTY CENTS for a freightbillt.and' Katz it is learned that only about six i Tty *
,I I .sa second cle-M matt.r.) or demerit of the Adamson bill we do not see on Aug. 29 we paid ONE previously unqualified voters have
fused and won the state election. The fusion forces how HUNDRED NINETY-TWO registered in Kissimmee for the ,
any permanent injury is to be done to DOL November
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER UK.Bulkheading any
: retained control of the state government throughout body. Granting that it is something of makeshift LARS SEVENTY CENTS to election. This is a low per
a
the succeeding five They five that railroad for freight charges. centage.In .
were
should years. valuable time
has
plan provide been
must
or gained without
irrevocably
spaceon
It will the
of turbulent take a lot of advertising, subscriptions St. Cloudy on contray, near-
The
the lake front for the capitol building. Then years government too. turbulence cornmitting' the country to any definite and job printing to enableus ly 200 had registered up to last Wednesday \ "*'

if one of our pigish neighbor cities happens to get was caused by corporate and other-business policy. If it should be apparent that the railroads to "play even." Can you blame uu and the, registration! deputy-

the capital city site from Kisummee the vacant interests fighting to overthrow or circumvent the have been greatly injured. the country could much for wanting our pay for our work? I had to send to Kissimmt-a for more

be used for other Fusion officials afed their somewhat progressive leg better afford blanks. The number undoubtedly is
pace can some public buildingor islative "The to pay the damage than to bear the One of the "hollers" against us in larger than that reported. There fl ,
succeededin
interests"6nally
for park purposes. program. ,lost of the threatened industrial war. Even if the Wintsr Garden Was because the were nearly 100 more qualified to reg- -*

-: :.- discrediting and disrupting the fusion forces. bill should prove to be unconstitutional, no parties Crackers couldn't work us for freo ister in St. Cloud.

"The Dixie Changes Hands" is a headline we The blame for the turmoil was shifted (o the fu- at issue can possibly be hurt by its operation as advertising. We'd sooner "bust up" Those who desire to vote next-No-
sionists.. and the people tired of the fight refusing/ the free graft than to "bust \ember must register again if they
grew as I
read in the latest Stuart Messenger.! "That will be much as the country would .have been hurt by the up" giving registered for the latest
away our livingto people 1 primary-
usual and the Boston & Maine railroad .
something off the mind of our old friend Calls. put into itrike. abundantly ablto pay for advertising -' (June (6)i); also thofe who had not registered

was opr thought. Come to find out, though, it was power again. There is one thing which the passage of this However, we didn't "bust" We at all heretofore.

a Stuart barber shop--not the Jacksonville booze I Since then the Democratic party of Maine has bill makes plain : the time has passed when the j simply pot onto something better and I -
lost almost all of copped it. That was business. This
organ. any progressiveneis it may have I country will tamely submit to having its industries >0. 127.II .
in association with the Greenbackers newspaper is a business\ Kl''''''I' OK 'iII re ON l)l'I'IOM .., .kr
-: :- acquired its paralyzed by industrial war. Many will claim this (I1I/.:>H 'K. .. KIOMIMMKK."'

Took a vote of our thirty-three chil- so that now. It'makes little difference whether Republicans legislation as a personal triumph for President Wilson -I The ordinary person doesn't know I .KI.A.. I lie. t.1.1.tbr..... "s'isrsus.of" IIUMln.HM.' *KI.OHIUA."Mrpt.' m.

r dren the other day and they each and or Democrats win in Maine's state dcc- ; but it must be kept in mind that it was not ;anything about ihe newspaper business II1If1.
tions. The Boston & Maine railroad and its allied I and carss less. If he gets whit: .
voted that Stuart the best I I Interests / '
passed by strictly It
everY one was a party vote. was almost oin he wants he doesn't whether the, I HKSObUCKSI.onnn :
I : place on the map.-.Stuart (Fla.) Mes- always win no matter which party loses. I the Senate where; '1 I Republican voted j for nft-and publisher gets a living care or not-or CtlllHtilaJ on n, al KMJH S. 4llltV. IvttinaUll "Mil

I senger. That is why Democrats occasionally win state 2 Democrats voted against it ; but in the House I whether he "busts un" or not. The i.r t lin'i, Ht al I J':M.,te. Mli.th.r

4 My goodness gravy, Millmorel I Are you a elections in Maine, but always lose in National 68 Republicans voted for the bill and 2 Democrats advertising half this paper has shrunk II;,- a'I', I'lm ounm, I1M1( 'r 37 H S3 4
elections. "The interests" have naught to fear 'a in tM past year; but, as we "State. ('tiuntam] Munl4lalHotiilH | .
II voted
Mormon The President
against it. must have what- said, the O P. doesn't take into con 1 5uo 00
I : :- fiom Maine Democrats. So state elections are influenced ever credit there is for the initiative, but the passage sideration the high cost of luinRand "MurkH ..r Coi |*or.itiona, 1.S&U (10

: Hon W. A. McRae. State Commissioner by minor issues or by personal characteristics of this bill was the country speaking through the thousand and one thins that we I BIIR'i1:,,inIf.IX.IliMixe ur-ii '_ hutnltui- -- -'_-- C- 3.7U 99
of candidates; also by the liquor question. could name right now which made the' Other UHH Kxtate _ h,5Z 10
of is 'its in
Agriculture, unquestionably representatives Congress. Nashville Tenn.
(
? k ) fdrme.r editor cut the of this CLilnia anrl othii J KiNiruriia 14 9 Ol'>
There is a large anti-prohibition; element in _size paper I>ue from 1'lI"urporato.dJI..nk.
of the His
the State Presbyterian Advance.
literary light capitol.
,, from
six-column _ _
_
quarto to a >we- a .. Si.474 II
M.ine-ao that in 1911 1 almost voted u
J contribution to the pres. are always scin- large it prohibition column folio. We shall try to publish ,'h.-( k" and nx hHtiu,' for
I tilating. logical interesting. and bristle out of the date's constitution-60,853 for an eight.page paper but there must 1"I l.arlnx _-_ uu. 1110 i !tf:
THIS APPLIES TO OSCEOLA COUNTY. C"a..h on Hiiiul' 5146 *(>-
; with indisputable facts and figures that prohibition, 60.095 against. This after sixty years be a profit in it, or we shall pare th'siz.a C,,untan: to the profit. "This is business oti ,Yion.i : 2)9 6&
a -
of prohibition. The Democratic the booze
is
make them of inestimable value to party "
any [yes Tfcat See NoL"Pen..cola not a freeforallnor a charitable -
sometimes win Maine elections. Total f 2Sff.(tA4 91
crats state -
7 .
well-regulated library.-Tampa Tribune. imports the stupendous of 359- institution.We I.A lliJTlJoH
sum
The Valley Gazette seconds the motion. party in Maine. Enough said as to why the Demo- '659 ; of butter Capital sinrk "I'Hiil In __ _-| V.001 fft
pounds a year-about Hurplun Fund .
( twenty car- 16000 CO
received of the r -
the a
Winter :
Throughout nearly sixty Republicanparty cony
years 1 t'mliv .1.1 Trillin, 11.--- ,
I -x-
: :- loads. Its value
: i presidential election in Maine at an average of 30 cents. is Garden Progress. It is a nat, five- I pi-tiHM "ml' 1a'*'. I 1'111,11.) ].474 jf
IMPORTANT TO VOTERS. won every $107,870.70 I column six-pare paper We hope the' ,:, InclK'l.llial,! IxpoHltH, l Siil.jeotto
until 1912. This the conditions ('In ,'k <
Did register to Tote in the latest (Jane 6)) year extraordinary Of this only small business men and the public generally p; I40 S7
yon sum. a percentage remains TnlI i lUflnit. M "r I imnlt r.4.31t: nfrlllli
will .
Roosevelt's bolt enabled Wilson .
created 'by to wint stick to the ,
paper and not try'} -il < In i kK 2
primary election? in the hands of the home merchants. The balance ty
; by the small plurality of 2.620 over Roosevelt buck it by l1ettinlIn/ the Orlando papers (nnhivrM. ('1"'kH "IIH'I.In" / , .
If so, yon mast. register again if you want to goes up North to make the prosperity of the far I Orlando papers have no ad\'l'r-] ' ..' _ 7n23MX 65
raft third. I lin. I 1'1''HI'H
being I l'oJl7 I I
a HI
vat in the next November election. poor mers of the dairy belt about which we read in the t linlratplI./ and they cut the price till Is I'a% I 11.1.. 3u.IMHI, nil
-.\ Those who hare not registered at any time are Even when the Democrat-Greenback fusion con- agricultural magazines. in every way to gsl/ the LuineRs.'e |jI stir'pliiH ,".<.IP"t l I ,n ,_ 1 S3 t3j
trolled the Garfield for President carriedt I know of instance "
( ) one where
also. reminded U register now if they desire to by 8.868 state plurality. This the Maine Dem- One hundred thousand dollars! The living of 'a 50 ceil d'splav: ad.prtisemerit they of's took j Tot.I I2f,6.1154, 91

; vote next November. year two hundred farmers! Lost to this community for I I Winter Garden merchant and g.ive 1. Iti nI.It I IM.IMI" iiishUr of the,
The registration books soon will be closed. crats polled too. more votes than in any other I I, him as bonus of Jl.60 reader, Th'i HH.\Illtl! \ th iiMin.d- ,Iii,",l Ink.. Ktlll ili.111",ninlHWIHT Ml) In

t . presidential election- >,171. Hancock was a ever.No wonder the that is |I kind of business policy will kill any I the l I..t "1 in\' lno U 1 1",1.| ., .mil true boll,I..r>.
Union general. personally popular, and regarded cry goes up money scarce town for newspaper work. I I('"I'JIH i IM inn I i-nnhler
For the information of various persons army --when it costs so much to butter our bread. Thinkof -_ .- I <'<>ir.t .MI, KI .f I K HllllHrilr-
the tariff as an issue that should be dealt "WHAT'S I thur K 1',,,,,'g'"'. ll">I'r l I'i..i'I!. l>I lr<-oli -
IN; A ;
the desires the untold fortunes NAME? ..
Messenger to repeat pub- we are yearly sending out of r-
l .ith locally. Yet he could not win Maine
licly what we have said in private: We the Republicans.The even. the State for meat. vegetables and canned goods- A. E. Thin Was Some Trip. | this Hub 1 IMih,<'!rlli.I ,'ln d >'anil,,f ruorii s.-iitinil.ir In )Ix-fon UII\| \. mil

.j have only one rate of advertising chargesto 'om things which should be produced here. Gazette's Whitman one, of the Valley JOHN S CMiKL. :Notary: Public .
friends
Republican majority or plurality in -. humor (Seal >
all. We use every one alike and all Maine's state elections is "barometer." The opportunity that passes on elsewhere, after when he sees it. afpreciat. in the

a our patrons can be sure they are getting no a gentle tap, if the door is not opened is still battering I following clipping from Capper's J\o. :SI.-.
In I 1892 the Republicans the date election
\. won Weekly (Topeka, i H" I''l4'r OK THK I'CIMIITIOt
de H ---Stuart (Fla.) Messenger. at the portals of our enterprise. So far we ) about a nV
square Kan.l. THI': HTATIII '%
by 38.978 plurality. This supposedly indicated who ttv KIOIIMMKF-'
That "goes" fbr the Valley Gazette also. Some have not heeded the summons, but other parts of young route man well known ourney overa AT HIXMMHKK..H KS.".. tl W T.ll.
Republican "land slide"in the presidential to most of I UTATK<: OK
a us. KI.OHIII4. AT 11110
Florida newspapers would be in much better circumstances election. Whereas Cleveland the and the country are beginning to prick up their earl In The young man wrote to a friend I.I.0..K OK III "INKN<(, Ml-:II.KM-
if could would the swept country the alone fortune is thus: I BKK<: 12. tRIO.
they or say same dairy proposition a going beg-
the in Maine to 14.979.
plurality
thing without their fingers crossed. i cut Republican "We left Friendship, N. Y., and RKSOTRCKS.
-' In 1908 the Republican got only 7.653 plurality ging. drove direct to Love, Va. From Loans on Hen] .'a'". _. | S2 000 00
-: :- Will our own people finally answer opportun- Loan on Collateral Security
in the state election. This supposedly meant there we took the train to Other .
than .
RICE LAND IN OSCEOLA COUNTY. election of Democratic President but Taft was ity's appeal or will we allow outsiders to snatch mee, Fla. Then we drove Kissim-I''I All Other 1-oHna Real and E.tatr 1)1.-190000 000
a ;
-:- the golden prize;>Pensacola Journal. Ark., and then we rushed to ., count. -. -_ -_ 108.045) SK
winner Bryan and Taft's pluralityover Overdrafta e.jus 67
an easy over ; Ky. We are now at home with Pa UH Uh..u
A..number of owners of Louisiana rice plantations . United States Bonda I 1.51'0> CO
Bryan was 30.584 in Maine. . and Ma. It' some trip!" Other Bonds 1.500 OO(
'\\l are planning to visit the southeastern part) SWAT THE FLY-BY-NIGHT). BankIng House-Furniture
state. Witness them
of DeSoto time in November in- Maine ,i is not a progressive Will Help Kissimmee Get CapitsLTR I ,and Fixtures! _._?____ 17.TS1
county some, to K ..nrl. Con-/reis--4 RcDubhcans and -JI ;- Ot .r Real K.tate _Z. j.
.. .
>n A IA ,. Va11v flm *.. ... T 038 ()
-- -- u *_.A*.*.A ,110-1.... ._ Due from
section' : .... Incornorated nanka ILlS *
\ that availability for ricegrowingoperations -" -- t
apect The fall hand and 01'
, Democrat; : Witness; also her vote 'or Bryan in I season i* near at fakir titled "N. B., Stuart=Keep; Off Our Other Casts Items ____::-::.:.::-' -i .ii j *S

4, .J' on their part. '.?96. ,1900.1 and 1908. The nonprogrei Parker, all kinds will soon be at getting their graft* in Flor, Grass," published two weeks, agoi*I County Oaah on and Hand City___Warrants.______._00. 11.017.174 IS .
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Here i. 'an'opportunty.; for Osceola) county'sboosters it is fell 27.630 in 1904 but this indicates I ida. One of the worst of these i i. th* advertising@ answered by the Stuart Messenger, .
[ and real-estate dealers true : thus f f Total .. ._ ____ __1411.955
$ to get in some good f.ker-and it i i. curioui how good business men fall : --- -- ? 42 )-
that the really progressive minority (10,000 to "Pshaw! I Capital Stork Paid In ____$109000 00
Kissimmee.
for their schemes. Most of these scheme are Don't get excited 8urplu Fund u,500 08'
.work.There of 15,000 voters) in the Democratic party either over our little article for Stuart Undivided o"n- (
'I 4' are lens of thousands acres of prairie stayed at home or voted for Roosevelt or Debs in worthless or next to' worthless. The most expe- has no intention of entering the lists I penies and Taxes P.ldu J.465 111

-i"jknds ,in liiis 'county admirably. adapted to rice against Parker."FLORIDAN"NOT. rienced advertisers, men who ,have spent thousandsand with you for the new state capital.! I Individual Check Uepoilts nUun.Subjectto ___ 114.'J4 IS
cultivation. pretest thousands of dollars in advertising recognize Stuart doesn't need anything like I Time Certlflcateii, of Dppoilt (4.ISC HI
: :-- that to make her 'C..rtlfl..d Checka _. 64 m
. grow. We have too U'.uu
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"FLORIDIAN". that the newspapers are the best advertising me natural I Cheeks Outstanding 1.148 IS
many here
advantages to ,
Ravings
Depoiilts 44 SOU P
AT TRILBY-"WHATS IN A NAMET"-AT .J -:- diums. Your home editor may pot be as smooth want a small thing like the state- Bllli Payabn- _- ._:::-.:----:::: so ooo c' -

., TRILBY. A wnter in the Tampa Times thus objects to tongued as the stranger selling advertising scheme, house and the attaches If Floridaever I Notes and Dills n..dIA..o"nl..d11.000 OO
but it's dollars to doughnuts will is divided 'ou may safely counton Total. l _nuh.nh.U1.PtI541
save hU
;; the superfluous and incorrect "i" in "Flondian": you money Stuart backing you for the new State of Florida <.o..tr .f Ox-rla, Mr
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;, We have wondered : the paucity of news and Why do the newspaper men of this State by consulting him before signing an advertising capital! I I mbove-nnmod I. ROMA THOMAS flank. do' Cashier; of the

editorials m the Trilby News. Space is not lacking persist ID referring to the inhabitants of contract with a stranger.-Wauchula Advocate. Divided or remaining ONLY ONE that the above fltatrmcnt olimnly la true swear to
FLORIDA-'Kissimmee is going to the beat of my hnooledve and belief.
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For znstanthutnwn'idelinquerst-iax list (more Florida as "Floridialls"ISuch ; get that capital! HOMA THOMAS CanMer.

than three columns) was duplicated in the News'slatest an unmelodious and ungrammaticalword FITTEST ALWAYS IS BEST. N 'nRRI'CT-ATT f. Hrvan M Kali Directors''. Aarson..
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't.;. issue. This issue, however clears the mystery. has as much reason for existence as -.- Gunning for the Stork. Subarrlbed; and sworn to before m..

.; The young man editing the News is working "Tampian"would have, or "Cubian". or"Pensacolian" One of the Valley Gazette's friends Mrs. J. M. Two small boy were heard In the thin 21M lay of HOI'HON H.pl-mlver Notary 191(1AIHRRTA (Public

from Ben- following conversation just outside My rommjaalon ..vlr... 1' .I'.mh..r 5.
_ _ : overtirne in exercising one of the "inalienable Cochran suggests a pertinent quotation the Tribune office A U. 1918. (Real) 40ltHTATKMKNT
rights"guaranteed by the Declaration of Independence I beg to submit the claims of "Floridan", jamm Franklin to-wit: "The ancients TELL us First BoY-"Say-have you got a

ence-"the pursuit of happiness". He has girls on pronounced like "Florida", as sounding a lot what is best but we must LEARN of the moderns gun or a air rifle ?" N.KMKT.: OF Tin. ( Vt'NKIIftlllPV

the brain. Here are three of the ten squibs that better and being a little more grammatical."Georgian" what is fittest." Second Boy-"No; but I got a slmg- I 1IOM.T: I'UU"'I.A(' -

comprised his editorials:: is good; so is "Californian"; This contains a truth'" which the ultraorthodoxin : shot. What you jroin' ta do?" Of Klaalmtnee Valley (iaiette. published -

We wish that our friends would at least pay but 'Nebraskiars"and "Dakotian"are very religion, politics economics. and other phases of see First if we Boy-"Well can't (ret ,us let's a st me&rk.an'I you be- Qulr"d weekly ly, 'ih at. Art Klaalmmee"f August Florida 24. 191Z re- .
3ditorV' .
their that take bad. "Louisianan" "Carolinan" and "Ala- human life would do well t Id heed. Especiallythose lieve J Krlpp Klnalmmee. HH
subscriptions
& tt up so we might a they Rot a nest around here J'ubllahern. |< Harrln and K (J.
little vacation and perchance visit the beach baman" sound 'well. super-contervativei who criticise President somewh-sres."-Raiford ( Fla) Trib Vann O..n.AKHIW. \.\. Klaalrhmpp. Flo.
r" II Hairl K I'nsinimu'e.
and view some of the full-grown calves. Then. Mr. Editor please start a campaign Wilson's action in averting a Calamitous: nation-wide une. Kla E (1 Vana Agnu'w. .. Klaxlmniei-.

Some born beautiful achieve and all Floridani Itne this wordin railroad strike. FInK
women are some gel into to use Reprobate, now n bondHnhlera. m t ) beauty and still others thrust beauty place of the other one. which has so long acrurlt, >' hnlili'rx, holillnir I pi'r
upon
We cent
are not a bit interested in the or lnr- of total amount of bnn,1,,.
themselves.- * To be a lady is womanly held wrongful place in the editorial columnsof CARRANZA'S IMPORTANT DECREE. phrase "bathinjr suits. What we mortgagea or other curltlca: Ann..

I I but to attempt to be a feminine man is all the papers of the state. Where Tam :- are striving to do is to save enough Vana I'almtr AKnrw Fell New\\Hrrenlon York Va. 1 K.
t most unladylike. I pans lead. all other Floridans will follow. President Wilson having declared against those money to get to Miami and SEE Hworn to anil K.anharrlliiMl O VANS AONEW before mOt.
Stick little D. C. bathingsuits that shocked! the thla 14th day or S,'
a more type. Brother Pinholster J. dollar diplomacy declaration first made modesty of the Miami preachers.- l' pt(WAI-NPR 1916. .
t enough at least to say that "KISSimmee"! looks I J. D. C. is correct. The Land of Flowers is here in Mobile-Gen. Carranza has added his Wauchula Advocate. I It Notary Public,

'-, mighty good to you as the State capital of Florida. named "Florida." not "Floridla". Therefore why decree which is to the effect that hereafter Now, George! Honest mjun1'! Is rommliialon_ explrea Jan, 10. \tuIl.I ,

-: :- "Flondlan"; that sort of diplomacy will have no recogni. it merely the bathing suits you wish
to see If so, into of
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS-TWINS. A similar orthographical perversion is "Ten- tion in Mexico. Foreigners who enter into Wauchula stores go, buy one one of those Your : Wilder'sStudioIs

-:- nessEan" instead of "TennestEEan". The last syllable business in Mexico will be required to acknowledge lovely embroidered silk handkerchiefsmade I

"What profiteth) a manthat he gain the whole of that State's name contains the "double ee"Why in writing that they will be answerable for ladies and pin a rose to it, _

t : world yet lose his he.lthl"lUlls; Uncle Sam's medical not keep the name. intact in "Tennesseean"? to Mexican law, and not invoke the diplomatic ''and suit you then will those have Miami a prettier girls bathing wear.- I [ the place to ret your FILMS DE-

'E( experts. Also-why make "ArkanSAW" of Arkan protection or the intermediation of. Punta Gorda Herald. VELOPED and FINISHED in FIRST

Other things being equal it is the man who sas"when talking American.; "ArkanSAW" should their home governments.The CLASS--- STYLE. _

.- lead* the well-balanced life who lasts the longest be reserved for use when talking French only. decree is regarded as of 'the first im .: .: .: -, .: .I .: .: ...: .: .O.OOO.O..O: I : : .O..OOOOOOO.: : : c-: :=:- : : : : -:=c OOOOOO.OO-:"--: : : I .

E whose work to the end is uniformly the best.'' he American (English) is the most complex of all portance. It i i. not retroactive. but it will pre-

: , who neither overworks overdrinks; nor oversleeps Caucasian tongues. It is more difficult than any vent in future the establishment.of those semi- ""

'k lie who maintains a standard of simple healthy diet other of these for foreigners to learn. The causes foreign principalities in Mexico in whose interest I Classified Advertisements i

;in moderation who offsets mental work with physical are found largely'in the thousands of orthgraphicaltwists the propaganda of war with Mexico hat

recreation, who is as honest with his own body such "as "Flondlan." "TenneiseEan" Carolinian been preached in the Ui.ited States. . . '

a* he i i. with hi* own busineu. When success comes ." "ArkanSAW" etc., and in the endeavorto With Wilson and Carranza in accord on .00..0..0.0..0.0. +-00 0 0.00..000'00 O OOOO 60 O .

; .- 7to him he can enjoy in peace of mind and contentment retain foreign pronunciations of names or other this subject. Dollar Diplomacy's raids on Mexico FOR RENT-Sif, room modern cottage 600 MILES beat hog and cow range.

; of body the fruits of his labors. words used in American language.It \ must come to an end.-Mobile Register.The E. Wells, close, Real in; $12 Estate per month.and Insur E. iSnSn"C.. Dixie.farm for< siil 1 1.t in range

'if The icgulations of the United States public health will be oversight if "Floridian"again is Gazette is compressed Ilighwny, railroid
an Valley comment anee. 104 Posslel Ave. (The Inn). Capt. T. Hall, Utopia FI. 86tf
t, service late: "It i ia the duty of officer to maintain oiven olace in these columns. "Floridan" for us into one word-4OOD. :f1

2 their physical a* well a* their professional fitness. hereafter ,, ,, SALESMEN WANTED-Industrious WANTED-Chickwii and pigs. A

To this end they shall be allowed time for : : I "Boost Ksisimrneel"., "Advertise Kissimmee 1" of man lubricating to give part oil end of grease time to specialties sale Helene, Park Garden Kissim-

:r recreation and study whenever their official duties These are sad saddays, indeed, for the Jacksonville Yes-by all mean -i-yes. Then get busy and make and paint. Commission beau ._mee. 40-lt pd t' ....

:trill permit** Times-Union.; Heretofore the railroads AND KEEP the town good to look at and live in until ability is established. Permanent FOR SALE-Misoionary strawberry

: ': II the government regards it as essential that have governed Congress The old order passeth; for those who come here in response to our'"boost- when qualified position if and desired.wide River field 2 plants, Route for 1.sale. S. T. Fansler a'it4tMISSIONARY Box

''r |U Moittry; expert shalj.,be safeguarded in this, way. a new era dawn. Congress has set out to govern ing" and "advertising." Please read this again side Refining Company, Cleveland

(:jurely, ilia equ.lly'import.nf to every citizen that the railroad Wherefore the Times-Union sit* fellow "booselrs". Then think ,about it. Then DO Ohio. 40-lt pd STRAWBERRY .

;h.t.iimtfarly ma Dtai -* ,high. standard of physical in sackcloth and ashes and bleat like a forsaken something-.even if it be only? to keep dean the DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. .M PLANTS, f. 0. .b.-Pine station.stock.J4 $2.25 per '
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SEPTEMBER 221916.; THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE 1' r PACE 7

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I 8.- .I.- Drawdy moved his'family; to Remnants-in-outing at the' Quality ,- Sea Island 36-inch .; at'The and ,
THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE f ; 7He Lena were Friday risitors to Kjs- Miss, Lillian Brack: &U' at Auburn-
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Tampa this week ; Store. S .- '
Quality Store.Mr .immee. .
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Wi-! ..11_ ('I'.I.pM.. . Ne. 1L) dale, Fla., attending .c )ooL _
4y:t .- i 'M. E. Morey of Orange' Center, was ': George Patrick of Orlando is inthe, I '. and Mrs. Mal Lamb motoredto 25th.School here. open._'j _,Monday. .. ,. Sept. Mrs., JohnMcNorland.' : who< Is,.la.
:: Published Every Friday By in th.3 city Monday looking' after business City ,today Orlando." Thursday to-' look ,after Rev. Austin and daughter Minnie the North, is! reported >a. being lit. ,
F. H. ,
" "'." W.'.. HARIU A ID, O. VAN. AGNEW matter their\ grove. interests near that city 1 ,' Brun. of Fella Point is, back
if""" ? v spent Bllndaflritb- "Mala, ;' Tindall- and. from Cincinnati. Ohio, where he had
li ', ''Mn.' J. A.,!; Bishop and daughter, Store. '. <<' wJ ) Call for Wm: Barker'sjlinen, collar, family.' of' busIIl.... - > '
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i I .S Miss Dorothy,\are visiting relativesat J < I. \ the two, for 25c., F. H. Lawson. Lieut. S. Entrican and M. L. Tin. Robert Evans*new home li corn*
Clearwater. S. S. Griffin of Odandoin dall made, a Friday business trip, to pitted and ,ho has Moved into it. ,
$ f .. "' city last jSaturday11II., .:;', ),' tl Lerov Lesley left .this. .week .for St..iCloud.: , A. meat and fish markat has, been
I' Maeiv ; Speclat, 9:30: o mrMendaygoodaizsd << "' ''' "", r 1// .\ Lake City Fla., where he will attend S, B., Story was in Narcoossee: opened 4>y A:, RV Tompklns. 9. < ...-
-SoTtjtowland and Wpt: tN. Garner, on !
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gingham' aprons, lOc each./The: Columbia College.I Mrs.. Leroy Low' and her daughter
) Story. Storo y.,, gg| |ti prom}wtnt; citizens of St.'Cloud, were Wednesday.Klrby ar..back from Ohio. Mr.,Low is man
1// In the.city : : $ give a premium with each pur- Smith and "an
yesUniayy buyer
MrfJ . (. orange a&'inathe(Cadman.: groveswbUMt'
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.. J. E&t Maddocks Is spending I chase of 50c and F. 1L Lawson. *
,' No. Ribbon up. were here Wednesday looking at fruit. Cadman is in Canada.
several weekswith, Mrs;, ,J., McPhat- good quality, five- .
ter., yard bolt,, 10c'at -rho.Qu4tyStoreti!Ii Frank Herring-ton, son ,;of'Mr. and ,
Mrs. D. B. Harrington left Monday

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Prentis returned John S. ,May of Jacksonville Is the for the Military Academy at Chick -

Friday from Tampa, where they guest of his brother, Mayor H. R. Springs S.-C., wl1ere he enrolled for Florida's Fruit Groves Threatened
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STAr PRESSP had spent several days. May this week. the'' ensuing school year. .

" .. J. D. Jeffords returned homo Tues- Storm Serge 38c at The Quality: B. M. Hall, regular Western Union Protect Yours by Spraying Now "",I

day from Miami lyhoro( he spent ten Store. telegraph ,operator in the Kissimmeeoffice :
.0..0..OfOOOOO. days visiting his brother. returned on Tuesday from
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E. D. Hogan of Loughman is White Fla. wherehe
Sulphur Springs, Rust mite and white fly are unusually f
, All sizes and shapes In children's, greeting his friends and attending to had been releiving the operator
Weather ReportFollowing misses and women's hat frames. The business in the city today. there. The next day however he prevalent jn groves at this t t
I Story Store. was called to Bartow to substitute for time. Get rid of these pests right J
I Miss Frances Bay and Mrs. II. W. the superintendent of the office there. away. Delay means loss. G
Miss Betty Pherigo left last week I Boice visited friends in St. Petersburg The Bartow man is ill.

for Deer Park, Fla., where she will Fla., several days this week. The merit:?of Niagara Soluble Sulphur '
are daily tempera-
teach school. I DAILY AUTO SERVICE TO ST.
tures and precipitations as reported Miss Virgil Kent; of Quitman Ga., CLOUD. Compound for rust mite are well f 1

by Government stationat Roscoe Roberson left this week to arrived Wednesdav to accept a position c known. Schnarr' Insecticide is the :' '

,.I Kldsimmee for the week end resume his studies at Porter's Mil- in the public schools. Bailey's Transfer is making regular guaranteed standard for white fly.

ing Thursday, Sept. 21 : itary School, Charleston S. C. trips from St. Cloud.to Kissimmeeand
T. J. Farr went up to Orando: this
Max. Min. Rain I have a bill line of blue serge suits morning to look after business mat- return 6n the "same schedule time Grove owners who grow and 'r
of last Leaving Marine's drug '
Friday __ ____90 70 .02 both men and boys. Extra pants ters. store 'at year.St. Cloud at 1 p. m. for Kis- market clean, bright well rounded c' '

Saturday __ __92 71 plenty. F. II. Lawson. The only place in town that you simmee, and leaving Palace r drug fruit havd used these two insecticides ! 1' s

Sunday __ ____92 70 Mr. and Mis. Herbert Speir of Sanford can get a guaranteed linen collar, two I Istore at Kissimmee rot 2:30 p. m. for for many years. M } i

.Monday __ ___86 72 spent Monday night with Mr. for 25c F. H. Lawson. St. Cloud hauling passengers and also j 4'

Tuesday __ ___87 71 .47 Speir's parents in this city. has I express of reasonable weight and I Spray Now and Save Your Crights: ...
Raymond Bearden who been bulkage. That makes it convenientfor
1 Wednesday __ _88 68 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Speir, of quite seriously ill the past four weeks the people to go to St. Cloud without -

Thursday __ __88 69OOtOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO'OO Sanford spent Monday night with is reported much better this morn- ,' spending the whole day and for 1. Schnarr & Ccnpsny, ,

Mr. Spier's parents in this city. ing. "* |the Feasonable price of fifty cents Orlando Florida, or ,
''per passenger each way and .express
S Miss Dorothy Wells spent the The many friends of J. W, Prentis rater from ten cents ip.
will to learn that he is dan- hdepeadr! Fertilizer Company s
--- week-end with Miss Beatrice Hiltonat regret Watch for the sign on the wind- ;
& . .00.00.0000..00000000000 the latter's home in Loughman. gerously ill at his home near Fish Ihield JacJ.-nv1.. noridaI '
La k.e. BAILEY TRANSFER.

.- Fort Gwvnn Myers Crawford last Saturday came and up put from in County Attorney W. B. Crawford St. Cloud-Kissimme 40-lt pd .
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I The Local Field i several days greeting his Kissimmee left Wednesday for Fort Myers and

friends Tampa ness. where he went on Penal busi- AUCTION SALE MONDAY -II"\ -u-- '" -"'" V ""'ill V --tio-- ""'ill -II-

.0000..0000000000000.00000 The "Old Reliable Shoe Dealer of E

Osceola County" ( H. C. Stanford Mrs. Richard Hatcher of St. Cloud
Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought.For Company) hl1.c a new clock of low- was a recent visitor in Kissimmee andwhile TENNESSEE'and GEORGIA FRESH ASSORTMENT'Whitman's
price shoes. here was the guest of Mrs. E. HORSES and MULES to go under
Sale-Horses, mules and Shetland Sanborn.Mr. the hammer in ORLANDO nt J. B.MAGRUDER .
ponies." J. W. Miller. tf Riley Godwin and family motored I JR'S., stable next Candies'I I ;
over'from St. Cloud and ipent a few and Mrs. T. J. Redwood returned Tuesday. Sept. 26, at 1 p. m.
Herbert Fleming returned Tuesday hours Monday shopping in Kissimmee. Thursday from Paul Smith, N. Y., L. E. Bates will arrive in the CITY
from his annual visit to his old home where they have been visiting relatives Saturday morning, Sept. 23, with one I
at Atlanta, Ga. I and friends. full load of HORSES and MULES JUST ARRIVEDOur
Clarence Johnson who holds a responsible direct from TENNESSEE and GEOR-
Miss Myrtle Barber spent the week' position in the Duckworth- Sam Summerlin a ncted cattleman ,iGIA.

end with her sister, Mrs. Julius Yowell store nt Orlando recen'ly from Rosalie Fla., is staying several 1, In the load are 10 HORSES and 15
Smith. made a short visit here to his par- days in Kissimmee in connection with MULES as good as were ever shippedto stock of Drugs and Toilet Articles Is now
ents. cattle business.. of
Special, 9:30:: a. m. Monday ood- ORLANDO. They consist t

sized gingham aprons 10c each. The Mr. and ,Mrs. Henry Robert Stanley Mrs. J. Earle Lupfer and little son heavy horses farm drivers mules and matched sad I complete in every detail,

Story Store. Bullock returned from thei.- wedding have returned from their summer va- teams. teams fancy of matched j
dlers. The MULES consist -
trip Saturday evening and are now cation enjoyed with her relatives it
B. of in the and mules weighing 1,000to
O. dowse Ocala was single ;
city this week looking after liio cat.IIr street.10 their new hmo, at 116 Bryan Marshallville Ga. 1,400 pounds with shape and qual- Palace Drug Store

tie interests. J Mr. and Mrs. R. I 1). Guice and ity. This stock is all thoroughly ,
. 1 Mrs. Estridjre and little nan, of daughter Miss Elon returned Thursday broke and acclimated. Anybody want
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Mrs. A. Bill has returned from Beaufort, S. C:, were the guests of from an extended visit with rel- ing to buy al private sale cr exchangecan OTIS STEVENS Managur

her Lakeland sister,where Mrs. she Horace was the Woodall.guest of her@'riday sister till, Mrs.Tuesday L. ,R.when Farmer they from left atives in Lovejoy, Ga. TION do SALE so any next time Tuesday before noon.the AUC-Call b... II.-'"-- 'b... --'"-- b... -,.. It.. -n,.. .,., -,.. b... -- It.. "' .

Mrs. Sarah Gaboon who has been the stable and look than over.
The premier shoe store of Ki..sim- for Oxford 'la., to visit other rela- al
mee (H. C. Stanford Company) is tives.Miss. spending, Nebraska the summer and vicinit"months, in returned Lincoln -- SHINE.SALE IS POSITIVE RAIN OU* ... . ..0.00..0..0.0000.0..0.00..0... .. ..4... .<.

putting in a new stock of shoes. home While
Cleo Woolridge returned last Thursday. en route

Mrs. W. B. Herring and Mrs. G. W. week from Sneads Kla":, where she she visited relatives in Tennessee.The 040400000444004

Austill of Winter Haven were Mon- spent the summer with her parents, to Corner Store has installed 0 CAMPBELL.0- Your Attention Please! t
Drug just -
day visitors in Kissimmee. take up her duties as teacher of the 000044404000404Mrs. ,
sixth grade in the Kissimmee public a handsome electric sign -n !
Godwin and family autc;d schools. front of its place of business the I George Strickland and chil- line of and
over Riley from St. Cloud Monday and handiwork! of Ernest Green, the sign :''I dren visited her father, I. M. Lanier, We have a ,complete new up-to-date

spent a few hours shopping Kis lu- Friends of Mrs. Park Adair, of painter. Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Watches. Clocks. Diamonds Jewelry Silverware
and Mrs. E. W. and chil-
Clinton, S. C., formerly Mrs. Pachel Cody
. mee. Leake of this city, will be interested Mayor and Mrs. Clark Robinson and dren of. Kissimmee visited Mr. and and Leather Goods.. !
-Satisfied' customers have worn a to learn that a little daughter cameto Representative S. S. Griffin of Orlan. Mrs. I. M. Lanier on Sunday. '
'beaten path to H. C. Stanford's shoo her home on Saturday, Sept. '9th. do motored down 'to this city yesterday ""Elder C. K. flames, pastor of ,the A few Fountain Pens "left. Closing) 'out present

i '. store. Whoever takes her tootsies The little lady has been christened and spent a few hours minglingwith Baptist church here, who has been t
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d there for shoos will be satisfied; Virginia Parks.. their Kissimmee friends. visiting different parts in Kentuckyfor stock of pens at one-thIgd: off. > Hurry"up if you, ,,';
the last two months over '" '
1.Mry and Mrs. J. J. Woodall and Mr. and Mrs. W. 'T. Bass, of Cross- Calvin Buckles has improved the here Sunday, on his atop home, 1 want one at a bargain.
outside of his desirable
-a ... motored to Sanford Sunday land Park Ga., arrived in this city home corner and, after delivering sermon, continued .
for a "spend-the-day" visit with Mr. Ma week on a visit to the family ofGel of Church street and Stewart avenue, I I his way on to his home, at r ..rr l t
with of
and Mrs. H. E. Bryan. Jack Bass brother of the former. a coat light-brown paint. Hereis Lakeland.Mrs. Y
Mr.and, Mrs. Sass are on a prospecting hoping that his example shall J. E. Kirkpatrick was a KIs- Of all kinds for Rent- ;
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bell have trip and may decide to locate in -rove contagious. I I simmee visitor Saturday and Sunday.Mr. BOOKS r-
moved to this city from Boggy Creek lOc week.
Kissimmee.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston returned and Mrs. Joel Yates of Canoe per
section and are pleasantly located in Friday from St. Louis where Creek attended church here Sunday.
North Kissimmee. and Mrs. Mark Munger and
: he went business. Mrs. Miss Mattio Collins returned home
on Livingston
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>.> family have settled at 438 Drexel avenue
visit with
after few days'
Tuesday a
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. D. Overstreet accompanied him as far as Jack- '
Indianapolis, Ind. Here Mr. *,!
her sister, Mrs. N. B. Howard of
who have been spending several, sonville and spent the time of his ab- ,
has established
.weeks at Hot Springs, Ark., returned store Munger the Munger home being a grocery on the sence with his parents in that city. Loughman. H. O. BROWN & CO.
to their home, al Shingle Creek, last
floor above the store. All in the fam- Mrs V. W. Edwards and son. Master 0400000004000044 ,

Saturday.Mr. ily are well.C. Russell, arrived last Friday from NARCOOSSEE. 4C.4040tg400040044 Jewelers and Optometrists

and Mrs. J. Wade Tucker and W. Breaker arrived from Chattanooga Tampa to join Mr. Edwards who is . I

children are stopping r.t the Gray- Tenn, Monday. on a visit to a valued employe of the Valley Ga- F. W. Hill had visitors this week SUCCESSORS TO COLE JEWELRY CO. \ill
office. for
stone Hotel while awaiting the com- zette They are the pres-
his parents. apt. and Mrs. C. M. from Arlington N. J.-Mrs. J. Ring H. O. BROWN.Kissimmee' wain
ent pleasantly located at the Westfall 1
pletion of their handsome home just { ,tI
Breaker. After spending a few days old and daughter and son, ueenie _
north of the city. here he will go on to Mariel Cuba house. 'and James. Mr. Ringold is with the ,

Clarence Johnson( who holds a responsible where he has accepted a responsible Nelson Russell, who was recently 'Mallory and Clyde Steamship com- : 1
in the Yowell- position as machinist for tho Cuban transferred by the Postal Telegraph pan s.Mr. .
position .
Duck orth store at Orlando spent a Portland Cement Company. Company from Arcadia to its Tampa Hupples of Orlando was here I .V JilL '
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few days here this week visiting his Lawrence Griffin left Sunday to offices came home and spent the Tuesday purchasing oranges. visitor
R. business
Tompkins was a
w.sek-end with his mother and sister.
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parents.Mr. enter the Military Academy at Chick Nelson Kissimmee friends Monday in St. Cloud. .
and Mrs. E. L. D. Overst"eet.; Springs{ S. C. lie spent some time will note s with many leasure his continued E. B. Avant has rented the Carr s Old ;
several with the boys of Company B, now en- place here for the winter. ,
who have been spending advancemen in his chose occupation,
camped at Black Point, of which regiment Mr. Simpson's last horse died
weeks at Hot returnedto that of telegraphing.
their/ home at Single Creek last he formerly was a member. He Tuesday night. His other died last: Shoe Stand-By ;
visited other while
points en route. .
Saturday.Mrs. Accidentally omitted last week was fall.J.
mention of the fact that Mrs. E. E. B. Tindall is on his place at East
II. N. Bratlon and daughter.Miss Mrs. II. A. Keffer who is connected Naugle- and the Naugle children ac- lake setting out five acres of orange ;t

Nina, spent several days last with the Graystone Hotel manage- companied Mr. Naugle recently edi- trees.F. Not for Old Shoes.--No, Sir-.bat for "
week: at the pleasant country home of ment, was gladdened last week by the tor of the Valley Gazette, to St. Petersburg W. Hill and daughters Mattie .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Prentis. They arrival of her daughter and son. Miss \
when he left Kissimmee.The NEW Shoes Good Shoes BEST Shoes
returned home Friday. Ruth and Hugh from Daytona Beach. The OuMM That Don Not Affect Tbs tees ,
family left on the Sunday morn-
Mrs. Keffer and family will e occupy
ing following Mr. Naugle's severanceof rive BROMOQUININBIl better than ordinarOttininc > "
LOW PRICE Shoes.
Henry Harper has returned home the; property formerly known as the relations with thin newspaper. and doc not cause nervova._ nor ,;
from. Grand Rapids, Mich., where he Lesley place, on Broadway as their ,, rlnrinc In bend Remember the fall name and. ,
\nok few the Iciutu oi m. W. OKOVK. *'v>
spent several weeks visiting relatives home. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Morrow and

and old friends. Mrs. Harper who son, Earl accompanied by Mrs. W. L. OF line of stock
IN: ( IH(-U1T ( <>l HT STATK Complete new corning -
accompanied him, remained for a lon- Word was received by relatives in Winn and Mrs. J. R. Bronson, motored fl.OHlOA-SKtKNTH JUIUCIAI.IIIK .
visit. this city of the death of Mrs. Jen- where Earl 'I,IT. OJM'ICOI.A ('()UleTLIN -
ger to Gainesville Sunday
CHANCBHV. in---most of it arrived.
nings Prevail which occurred at Formosa entered the second year in the Elec- already

W. N. Garner, former postmaster near Orlando on Friday night. trical Enginering course in the Uni- Knlirnt 4t Wall Cfmffmmrm .
of St. Cloud was in the city Monday The remains were taken Saturday to versity of Florida. The party returned t'.rp.r.. "'.. .......t_
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j on' his to St. Cloud from Somerset her former home in Bartow for in- ad .1. the
way home Monday evening. law. .r <.. Ktpte .f Shoes for Infants for Lasses for ;
Kjr., where with his family, he terment. The deceased once residedin ...1........ 1'._.!.f..t.. ,

spent the summer. Mrs. Garner week.and are Kissimirvse saddened and by her many death.friends here The J. W. Oliver family has moved ... (....V.J. ...-... JrGrace Lads for Women for Men.
the children will return next back to Kissimmpe from their island Ktrmmor (fjrnve. .!. wife. '
... Oliver's Island that The T.... Hmrtvrmrr "
plantation on so
Miss Lena who the ',,_ .,. . ..., ,
Mrs. Estridgo and little> son of Lord conducts the children attend school here. ( p. a ('pr| or tl

Beaufort S. C., were the guests of Woman's Exchange here had one of Little Clifton may Oliver, the youngest of ass be-ll. Ere I.ele.J K...t.It.- 1:..p- Shoes of all sizes---small enough I''
the meoriable times of her life sever-
If ... her sister Mrs. L. R. Farmer from the family may lose one of his
Friday till Tuesday, when they left al days ago. Notwithstanding Miss thumbs from a knife wielded in play It appearing by affidavit appendedt .
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the bill flied\ In the al>ov tald fit Chinese feet ;.1'
traveled much the to
Lord has enough
big
for Oxford Fla., to visit other rela over by his small brother. It is not cer- CHUBB that In.ma K It Cam -bell, one or
tives. United States, she had not been "on a tain yet if the thumb can be saved. of the fcndnrmi therein niim.-<>. I. n "
railroad train within there years until nonre.ldent of the state of Florida. and to fit Chicago feet. Jfl.
In a renldent of the City of Morristown ,
C. J. Woodall left Friday for Pou- last Saturday, when she went to Nar- E. D. L. Overstreet of Shingle I tate of New Jeraey. over the
lan. Ga. There he will be joined by coossee and stayed with friends until Creek spent yesterday looking after I are of twenty-one year, it I is there.rore ;,JI,
who has been Monday. Two automobile rides and in the Mr. and I ordered that said nonresident defendant -
spending business matters
-Mrs. Woodall city.
If.: be and she la requiredto
hi-rfby l lJ
also NO SHOE STORE OFFERS LOWER PRICES !
.4 r; T the latest two months with relativesin enjoyment contributed to Mrs. Overstreet have just returned' appear to the bill of complaint flied "
Columbus, Macon, La Grange and her from an extended western trip, which In Bald cause on or before Momla'y.
.
Americas, Gr. They will return home included Hot Springs, Ark., where I the atherwlae.6th- day. the of allegations November of A. aald t> 1 bill 16.
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1 the fuller part of this week. they took baths. They also visited will be taken.. confessed. by aald de-
t Wbeaever You Need a Oeeeral Toedo various points in Kansas, Ohio. Indiana rendanl

''t.. Check a cough or cold in tho lungs Take Grove' and Illinois. They were both l It puhltahed I. further once ordered a week that for this tour orderbe con- f
before it develops a serious rase. The Old Standard Crave' "Tasteless greatly benefitted by their trip. ecutlve .....k. In th. Klaalmmex Val- H. STANFORD COMPANY
p BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP Chill Tonka is equally .valuable as a l.y Oasette. a newspaper. published In 1
aid County and state.This
Tonic because It contains the
Yi* an effective remedy for, .all soreness General 1511.J. c
lOth day '
POM Cared .. 6 to 14 Day
well known took t. JtRIr\: ;t
;I in-tho orm'Bassages. properties ET.
or con a.t1ion rate "Old Reliable Shoe W OscMk Ca aty" '
.. ..,... peakr
fcrieo 25e 60e' and $1.00 aDd IRON. It ecu on the U_. Drives Teet'' .ntet win awMwy If PAZOOIRTMIKNt' Clerk Circuit CourtCircuit
; taCa to .... ..7'_ .( It.BlMdlBgerPratradiM . ( Court eeaLs. '
, : *er bottle., Sold by Osceola PHary I oat Malaria. Bnricbes the JUoocI'aDd .. . P1 le.a i tol4TM "_ CUARKB' KNIOHT. , w
, r '/. '; < iu- Build up the W_
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    PAGES THE Ie IS"S I M'M E E VALLEY GAZETTE' . \ FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22,, Miff.:. ':;; '

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    fL Advertising,- 1, Of Florida's the Advantages Summer Climate For Young, Folks. -I I '.oij 1



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    A late usutf of the Baltimore Manufacturers Record highly compliment Olds Maaejuormde a*

    Florida enterprise in advertitiag the advantage of this State'f summer climate. Cewfcaya Far charley. ,

    An editorial (reproduced below) from thatp'ublicatioa refer to an adver- acrificeLE
    tisement prepared and placed for the Florida fint Commission by the Thomas I Ir t :

    Advertising Service'of Jacksonville.--

    i It U the first in a, series of five ad- piece of work. Knowing that th.
    ., vertiaeine.nU to be inserted In leading summer climate of their State is
    :periodicals of the Uni.. d Stat.,* during greatly misunderstood and misrepresented I
    the fall In turn these adverUM- knowing that the State does I
    ments will emphasize not only the not have to endure the terrific heat ,
    summer climate of Florida Lut the of the East and North, and knowing I vi
    decree to which grains and greases what has been accomplished by California -
    are successfully grown: in this state. in developing summer tourist \"
    L live stock possibilities, the importanceof traveling these Florida organizations
    fruits -and vegetables as money have displayed great wisdom. Noth-
    crops and the attractions of Floridaas ing that has been done to advertise
    a place of ear-nro'nJ: residence. that State will command wider at- P
    Congratulations to Florida! It has tention and create more discussion.I -
    Ktruck out ftrmght from the shoulder I I 100( DEGREES IN WORCESTER. ,
    AT TUB[ DENSE IGNORANCE I A correspondent of the ManUafc
    rti, WHICH PREVAILS IN THE( NORTH ,turers Record writing from Worcester -
    _ AS TO FLORIDA'S SUMMER CLIMATE 1\Ia'hs., tells of the thermometer
    Probably nothing about the having registered 100, with a large
    South or" in the Sooth is more thoroughly portion of the manufacturing plants
    misunderstood than The closed for the clay on account of the .
    South'a summer climute. There are intense heat. Wisconsin people now -
    t d nome portions of the South which are in Hultimoie, enduring tere lust week J
    OF THE
    t hot in the hummer, hut thcitale I u temperature of 98 degrees Bay that ..
    I ( many porlioTjs in which the summer they have never in their live:' found J
    Innate Is f'r and :.1 ':;'y alvi.J of such heat here us they have cod to $ '
    Eastern und l lVt"torn hummer endure in th-ir Wisconsin homes, and c t
    S weather. all through the Weht and North similar -
    i p Florida, or at least the commercial lepoits are heard, even Montreal: !
    organizations of u number of town. advising that it has ly d the highesttemperfilm
    in that Stag have determined 1 10 e in forty yearn.HI 1 BANKRUPTSTOCAnd
    make a fight in behalf of Florida's DE<;. HIGHEST IN FLORIDA .
    1 Mummer climate With that in view, Miami, however, far down on the
    '' they are carrying a joint advertisement 'eastern Coast of ...Florida sends word ...
    s about as big as a page of -the that the temperature has been as 'Photo (3 by American Press Aaaoclatlon
    Manufacturers Record in Boston pa- high as 91 degrees during this hot w _
    pers, headed "The Days Are Pleasant spell and that that is the highest >n New York society folks recently; held
    ,t in Florida and Nights Delightful All the last two years. No one, however a circus on Long Island 1, New York, to the
    underetond-the wide difference Fixtures of Store '
    Summer. can raise funds for clinrlty Piping Kock. Family
    p SUMMER IS LEISURE SEASON.This between 91 in Florida and 100
    is followed by an interesting in Worcester and even higher tjmper- where the entertainment was held !114 I

    story In regard to the summer tem aturs in the West, until he has felt a most exclusive place, find only the I ... ;o>,,-,..
    perature of FJoiida) to the cool nights the almost unceasing ocean and gulf most select are welcome." The cirrus ---
    to Che sea breezes which sweep over breezes that sweep the coast of Flor wile a I'rououn'ed! BUCCPHH.' and a large WILL BEGINSaturday
    I Ik
    the State to the beautiful lakes, and ida and temper the heat as it is rarely -
    of rlll"-e 1. tbe
    sum WUH Among
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    to the fact that summer-time in FlorIda tempered in the West or in muchof money;
    many; Interesting exhibits was u groupof
    is a leisure season, for then gars the North.
    dens and farms and groves and livestock The organizations which are so joilug girls who |Issed us cowboys
    require comparatively little at- broadly advertising Florid"'s summer mid (xTforiiKMl III n moM daring nrnl
    C tention. During thin season of the climate are entitled to all of the space skillful, milliner the fonts of lioi-Kriniin
    ,t ytaf the Florida farmers in. to a considerable that we have given them and are en- ship commonly attributed to the row MorningAnd
    e extent renting and havinghis titled to have their npnves heralded to punchers of the plnliiH... Tliej rate their
    plea re-time. Early in the fall the country. I polllOS 111 PMC I'M. jlllll|>c he begins his active planting .season The list is as follows: threw the IIIHHU In real ,.,,w1)V fashion
    and works "ilh vigor throughjHt* fall Board of Trade Brudontown: Fla. The here
    ,' and winter and early spring Wit to Hoard of, Trade, Dade City Fla. young girl pirtursl IK 111'(4Ileleu
    I Fort Lauderdale, Lecmlng. a daughter of Mr and<)
    .( a considerable extent summer-time is Board of Trade
    his playtime. ,Fla. Mis Woodruff Lcenilng of :'IOe'York
    a,4 That commercial oigHnizatiorli. in Board of Trade Fort Myers Fla city She Is HtniHling on the bark of' must be closed The
    Florida have had the wisdom ,nib-I Chamber of Commerce Jacksonville her |pony, the stirrup straps crosxml out, at once. following
    erality in the very heat of Bunmer\to( .I \ Fla.Chamber. over the buck of her horse She was
    spend money freely in i\dvertiM K *n of Commerce Miami Fla saluting the grand stuuil cK-tupants for themselves
    prices speak
    : New England papers might by some I Board of Trade Ocala Fla. when the euinera innu swapped| tier : ..
    t be regarded as nerve without justification Board of Trade Orlando Fla,
    but those who have enjoyed Board of Trade Palatka Fla.
    tt Florida' climate in summer-time will Board -of-Trhde Quiricv. Fla. Penny For Your Thought MEN'S SHOES, $6.50 and $5.00 values, at $2.35
    commercial -Board of Trade West Palm Beach Provide each player with pencil and
    recognize that those organization "
    :, :: have done a splendid Fla. paper and n |enuy. The hostess explains 4.50 and 5.00 values, at 2.15 ..

    ...'" The above climatic statement arc, even more true in application to Kis- that the answers to the following 4.75 and 3.50 values, at 1.69
    ;:- limmee. St. Cloud, and other Osceola county vicinities. i' questions are things w bleb are 'a "
    THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY OR BASIN SEEMS TO BE A "CLEARINGDIRECTIONS. found on each penny. An old fashioned 3.00 value, at . 1.49
    cent not a Lincoln penny, must "be
    ALL .
    :, HOUS FOR WINDS FROM
    ,.- i At Kitsimmee a cooling breeze (n,ot merely a zephyr) blow almost con- used. A prize may be wanted to the
    scantly, its direction varying.; correct person guessing answers.the greatest number ot These Shoes are of the latest styles and made of good

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    t" .o.-- -- An emblem of victory (laurel wreath). .
    eoooooaoaoeo.ooo. -for the first oirU Louoe that is occupied An emblem of royalty <(
    'I'j e .LAKE HAMILTON 0 by birds.. An Arabian fruit (date).
    ,* 0 School began with an enrollment of A spring flower (tulip-two lips).
    : 'P.lk County.
    f thirty-five pupils which }has since increased A portion of a bill (brow). LADIES' SHOES, $5.00 and $4.50 values, at $2.35 1,4
    1 ;e00.0e0e000,000000' . Mr. Noles -of Madison A portion of a river (mouth). .
    ._ Fla.. is principal and Miss Lottie 4.00 and 3.75 and 3.50 values 1.69
    :, A messenger (one cent-sent). nt. ", ,
    't ;:; hardware Craig of this place is assailant.
    Mort Brown opened his A piece of armor <(shield< ) 3.00oltd 2.75
    Mr. and Mrs. James have values, at .
    store for business thue: adding Coarsey Mode of ancient .
    I punishment (stripes) .1.49'f"
    moved into the Arnold which
    another enterprise to this growing house ..
    / town. has been wired for electric lights. Means of Inflicting !It lashes( ). o_ /-

    :t. Mr. Yale of Haines City will openA I set An for improvement Saturday Sept day"30, to has work been on Something). to be,. found In school (pupil These cover a wide range of styles and are good values. There

    first-clcfes, up-to-date dry-goods the park along Lake Gordon and on Three weapons <(
    f p/ atom month-here another about new the business 1st of next that the school grounds ,. An A part animal of a(hare stove-lid hair).). will be great values at surprising prices. If you don't need a pair

    $, will be a success here.U. L. C. Oliver, of Lagrange, has one Plenty of assurance cheek).
    S. Martin will open urn bakery of the largest poultry farms in Flor- Shoes will
    Tbe Drat American settler ((Indian). just now you shortly. Now' is your opportunity
    4-; about the lit of next mon.t, and will idaida. There are 3,000 White Leg- Part of a duck (feathers. ,
    .
    make f"M! line of fancy ,
    as
    a pastry
    "j' well as bread. horns on the place, which is fitted up A place. of worship temple( .).

    ), Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Adair of Chicago with every modern appliance for the Two sides of a vote (eyes and nose- Men's Striped Palm Beach Trousers$3.50 value, for $1.49
    , ..t Ill., have bought the "high ten poultry buiness. ayes and'noen).
    ..1 acres'1 east of Lake Gordon. This lathe Blue Serge Trousers, at j.Q9

    I W around highest here point and commands for many one miles of The city council of Melbourne has Music Puzzle. $3.00 Sweaters for | 4g

    , q the most splendid views in all Flori- entered into a contract to dredge the sic In or each the sentence name of a a term musical used In Instrument mu-- Overalls, $1.25 and $1.50 values, for . . [74
    : da. It was owned by Mr Carrie of harbor at that place. The channel
    l I' Orlando, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. entering the harbor is to be forty may be found. The letters spellIng $1.50 Flannel Shirts for 74
    the In order.
    ; Adair already! own fifty acres hero unities are
    all set to young groves. They wilt :feet wide and of sufficient depth to 1. When was the club organized? Men's Fine Negligee Shirts, $1.50 value, at gg
    make their home on tho high ten accommodate the traffic. 2. Violets have an exquisite: odor 'a ss as sa 1.25
    value
    :. acres. A moro beautifully located' 8. The boy must be careful after his at .79

    of" pot scarcely could be found. Mrs. Bids submitted for the street pav- knife Is ..Ira rl"'uf'd. 1.00 value, at .59

    i r t' Adair the was transaction.here recently Mr.and Adair concluded Is ing of Fort Pierce were rejected by 4.5. He Hid cast Lulu a net Into the stream All 50c 4-in-hand Silk Ties, beautiful, patterns, at. . .39
    tell
    of the '
    accident? .
    't largely interested in the commercial the city council. All the bids sub-
    printing industry in Chicago. mitted were above the cost estimatedby II. Pro and con certify whether you 15c Ties ftt. .12

    ;'A At a meeting of the Improvement the city engineer. New advertisements are for or against; the measure. 15c Men's Lion Brand Collars all sizes 9c each 3 for
    !1: League this week awards were made 7. lie sped altogether too fast for or ..251Meii's

    /;..: for prizes on tho best bird houses were authorized. such H busy street Umbrellas, $1.25 and $1.50 values, at > 74
    ,s:, made by tho mombcro of tho!! Junior 8. The lamb and the dog were com
    League. Tire* prize, Miss Lilly May The strawberry growers of Orlando panions.

    ,,tV' Clem Dubois; second prize, Mdbicr George section have formed an association. Answers: 1, organ; 2, viol; B, harp; 4, i
    third
    prize, Miss Irene Leddon; S, Castanet; f, lute; U. concert 7,
    fourth prize. Kiss; Rachel! McCollum. C. Sligh Is president and T R. band. ; pedal; ,
    There will be another prize worded Cardenas .is secretary.

    .." Weatherwiae Bird. SALE BEGINS
    .....; . The seagull makes a splendid living SATURDAY 1

    / : barometer If n covey of seagulls fly ,
    ; seaward early lu the morning sailors
    I. LICENSE and fishermen know that the day will
    NOTICENOTICE be flue and the wind. fair, but If tbe f
    birds keep liJ WfcjhougJi there be nohaze SEPT.23 AT 7:00 A.M.
    : bangs /out toward the sea to denote I :
    unpleasant' weather Interested ,
    1-; : is hereby given that all State and favorable.folk know that the elements will be un t

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    : County License taxes, including automobile .. i

    tax, will be due and payable October1st I tx Wh.n tcia Fatty Willie Skinny Wilson Mind.MartinAn' too th., Baby. Come early and get best selection. No goods exchanged i

    An' Walter army an' Oscar
    Ayer
    .
    1916. Persons failing to comply with An' even Slur Puch
    + Ar out .
    there

    ,; 1 1 the law regarding these license taxejs will 1 I don't haven't know.ever what planniiT dons but omctnln anyhow All Store Fixtures for Sale at ridiculously low prices. Show Cases J

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    They're gents have mom fun.I ..
    be subject to prosecution.. The law re uir1 Typewriter; Safe Check Protector Window Fixtures
    guess they're all a-aayln' Etc. .' ;
    ,
    . "I wonder '.
    where h. ate
    , its
    I g state numbers on. automobiles has not H. aJn't been out this afternoon.- '
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    Or aomethln elae like that. 'i' .
    been repealed, and state numbers must But Ut 'em keep on whtatlln': .
    I >
    guess lf lest u well.

    also _be' secured. If A things feller,keep shouldn't up th-telL way they co 1

    rt i Wtaht r J been bomed a orphan L.U. ZIMMRMANT ;
    W. B. Without no kin a' tall; )
    CRAWFORD, I wouldn't have t' stick around' 1' i!
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    An' :
    ( t ti hear a younger equal
    n Prosecuting'Attorney There ain't much tie a-beln' 1
    A boT.,.* I kin Me. :
    If you have always cot f have I) r ,.)\,1 r.wRvd :.
    Toe many.. folk*-like me.
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    FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER. 1916. riSSIMMEE
    ,.. THE VALLEY GAZETTE r. PAGETf

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    10' lois for Autumn'Are Rich and Warm Preceedi 'gsof't'heCountyCmmissioners: -;'BpWelai..b..xTru..r..r&" 'publicityi w.-,_.showed___ ISO'th'ot*
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    following balance in the various it.ReSolved bjr the 1tu.e t>'! ceola county. expos for *al.
    fund September ,l.t. lilt; 'L i 8ta.te of Vlorldai.That and sell.for Florlda" .T .bI4dee,.
    Ueneral revenue ,..........--$ *t... : tha to tlie following .& "
    Silhouette of, th. Hour...Straight Line Predominate and School Kin and fund forfeiture.-.i-iliT.-" ; ... l.Ofrl 51 tha Constitution o-J-l.a vState ?Flor,I ted In Oaeeela I :: Vlrld property.# (
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    I ; 1,40-se ida be and the aama hereby asr<" 1 114 i 111 :*_t ;1 Skirts Fall Ueneral<< road -4.<{6 00 to. and the same submitted of' .lar" aa shown ? the &
    HDclal
    Softly : p(bllclty.-Z.-3 ;
    rerd.
    { all the elector of the State at the fans .ald In the orflc
    "t KlsslmrneV Hard' surface road,- u.1S,1. C fcu election Itlt for 1-at1cftttGnpr) CI.rk. 0 O'Ltl. .
    Ifi
    .," FUtBept.. 4. n.te,, 8. H. D. Nu. 14_..ci...J-iJ.....* Till: tlB. > louhty Florida, Court of Ooeola'(

    New'York' Sept. 20.-(Correspond.nce. dresses made ' The Board or County, Commissioner 6.,9. .0. Nu, 2 ":............._.._.... H 's'ectlon S Of' Article VlT V '..*rabjt .division of Section the .a..b.lnl .lub.-,
    \
    From'the are 'with the skirt' at In and for Oeeola County met at Nr 8 ,1:1.: P.INo. J .....-...... _._ .I,1'1 117 amended ao a* to read.aa tollows __ Houtb.J* i.sJ .JC
    a
    earlier Paris *tt TaJlsha ..
    .)- openings , tached at a low waist-line and gir t4. tf... "' 1'10. '4 ...... ...._ "I "The r.al.laiur.- shall Meridian. *
    many shipments of suits ,'and die is either tied a a. m, on'above> date; there being present jf., S..o. 1'10.\\ I '.....::..._..t......:: 9 0& rene In the year of 1(19 and thereaftershall'consist eon bidder af, TI..sale complainants b..

    gowns have already come to New or arranged at the loosely normal at that point. 'E. I* Lfsloy;. chairman; R. V.* Lanler "$. L>. Mo. ___...._.-_.-,. :all 111, of on* member-of the ed credit on their. bid and to will the b mal
    line. A. F Bali, W K. Walker. Com Senate from each In th State duo them under '
    York making; it quite clear' to see Nary-Blue Serge fo rAutumiuThe ml..lon.r.l; John B. Cadel.'Attorney for Total .__._. ,..._..... :.... i W irh. and of one> member county of the Housn* of, This the lOtb'th.d. said of Final Dor..

    1.what general trend of the fashions Is the Board and 3. 1. Overslreet, ClfTm. *' Tax Collector license report Representative from each county In un. ''August.. 'A D

    .. to be. dark blue'' serge dress for au.. i and Auditor. bowed the following amount -col the Stats tar very ten thousand of ,',' 8. CADBUlpclal -
    The silhouette I hat not undergoneany tumn Is ubiquitous, and when it is not The'- minute ot the last meeting of lected: Uvneral license. 760.J.I auto license population therein, or the major frac A, R Master In Chancery
    the oard .
    were read and approve non.. tint thereof '
    trimmed II where there may be a ma Thl Causa. *TNOTICB 't
    revolutionary change. There are with colored beads or embroidery Mr. C. H. Acre. appeared before the The Tax Collector' poll tax report Joe traction left over after -

    quiet dignity and simplicity about it 1s the exception. Someof Hoard and presented a petition askingthem showed the following; amount collect- the whole number of AI"hllnl
    to -allow Mr. John Tlaon something ad: ".00. FOR PtUIHICATIOM.mrtmtrmi .
    th
    'the beaded and county by number ten thousand.
    embroidered
    the styles In which we notice that designs for for Mra. Jan Ureeitan '
    oaring The Board took Provided that .
    each
    a reces until 1:00 county shall bar
    Fashion has taken "moderation" to be are Quite elaborate, but 'in other aged lady who haa no one to cars p. m. at least one Representative that 0. .f the .... !.' IT. .. ..

    her watchword. At least for a while it Is! just .a simple touch here and for her and who la not able to earn a aln': Board met again at 1:00: p. m., have more 'c three UBIr at G.i.e.sIII., FI.Asi.'
    there that gives character to dress living for herself whereupon the ... tnoinbera ofth Board, a. of R.pr..nf.uv.. In the House Rei>. Ie. Il4b
    forhow a I
    -who can say long-she Hoard Instructed the Clerk to draw a the morning .....Ion, being present. rvsentatlve The members of the J
    seems to have given up everything and furnishes the correct spot of warrant In favor of Mr. Tlaon for 500. l>r. C. .L. Hyatt appeared beTore the House of Representative shall b* *>Hal, We._.11.
    that of exaggeration. color. Mr. Acre. also asked the Board to Board and proposed to buy seven elected for a term of two years and
    savors
    Notice
    Having I I.
    have the road at Thurman City opened acre owned the member hereby given that John
    Although it is evident by the County. west of of the Senate be
    \.realized that.the exterme shortness' blue that navy- the. entire distance for the accommodation Keeuy CreeK, and used a. a clay pit. elected for a term of four .hftl. except Helmberg'December ', Florida who
    nSf the skirt was too exaggerated she and black are the favorite au or the general public In said com The Commissioners not being willing as hereinafter provided The elec on l'Urlu f mad Homeateadt :

    has ordained that skirts shall be lon tumn colors! still there is quite a large munity.I The Board aaaured Mr. Acres to part with the land for the reason tion for member for each branch shell Entry 4 of NW4 No. OU117,'_ of N181
    of other that they would have the road properly that they need. It for road building IJr' be at the seine time and places. The .WoCSEIir. :
    The length of the range colors\ to choose from, Township 1* S., Range 18
    ger. average skirt opened.Tha Hyatt then proposed that If the Board term of ogles of Senators elected In E., Talla f
    today is about six inches from the and they have the advantage over the Clerk was Instructed to draw would deed him the land, to enter Intoa 1915 shall expire on the'first Monday tention hassee Meridian has filed notice of In.

    There are some Paris houses two former in that they are newer. the following warrant: contract with the Board to let them In April 1919. The term of office of establish to make Three-year Proof, to
    claim
    'J'oor. I Ford Karaite, -for conveyingbody of have Senators elected In 191S to ICe land above d.. '
    One gets tired of dark blue and any amount of clay they might from the fol scribed
    -' black negro to town 10.00; J. W. Thompson want for road building lowing counties. to-wit: before.the Clerk Circuit Court \\
    so that the new colors are welcomenot for coffin and burial of negro a motion made and lyw.he ;,"nU.n'a:: 3carrl..d. (Oadsden Jackson. Leon. F.cambl/, .of Klsslmmee.() Flortda on the (th day .
    only for the sake of I12.OO; U. Menta for care of Mis Lebo. the Board" Taylor. October
    the variety agred to the proposal fayette. Columbia Naaaau, I>u- Claimant ,
    but because county pauper. ".00; A. F...U..k carfare of Dr. Hyatt and. the attorney val. Marlon, . .. Lee, rames a* wltneet
    in themselves
    they are of $12, Bass.. James J. .Whidden, of
    county pauper for the Board was. ,Instructed to draw Monroe Putnam Volusla. Hamilton.Al- Lu..bman 1\\
    I very beautiful. Plum and purple car fare of county pauper Johnson the deed and contract. nchua. Broward, Liberty, Hernando. Flfrld I 1.t ,
    have been adopted by Paris probably 131.OO; W. I. Barber balance commls- The Itemised estimate of revenuesand 'nella,, Ir"vArd Palm Beach and 8. Tolar of Lulhm n, Flor ,. \
    alona on 191K asesment. $11831 ; John Levy. ..
    on account of their being colors that S., Cadel, for expense In re Hpeclal' Board expenses and levy as madeby the In Apri. lilt; all on..th.Senators first Mondnv to Toe l'acl H. Pryor of Loutthman, Flor ,,

    are used for second mourning and Road and 1)rid ire District No. 2. $100.OU. and at their regular meeting In Au- .. In the year 1918 their term of idaAVIlllam

    the same is tru of gray also. Among The' Board Instructed the Clerk to Rust was taken published and In adopted accordance and with Office shall expire on the first Monday .J. Garr..tt of Lu..hman.
    ordered
    draw warrants to the candidates who In I I9ZS. All member. of the Florida Ne.
    the
    other fashionable colors are the paid In fees for spread. upon the minutes of the Apri.' Representatives elected ROBERT W. DAVIS. .

    rich, warm burgundy dark green and Primary I Election tt'J: : Hoard. toe general. election In their term at lgt _n.___i.f.e---H._ ..,.

    mustard yellow. In addition to these each after nil expense of said election There being no further business before of office shall expire 111. first Mon
    I brown was paid; the. total expense of the the Board they adjourned te day In April. 1921 .and thereafter the NOTicE OF ELEC..Ol
    in several lovely shades is fa election $433.06. balance to disburse meet In regular session on the 2nd day term of office of all members of the _
    vored. I .-n"\9;; \ &. 'uf "October A. V. 191*. House of Representatives shall commence To the Sheriff. of Osceola County of the

    ./t\ Mr- Tat Johnston _appeared before I K. L. LESLEY.: Chairman. on the first Tuesday after the tlatlt of Florida:
    C the Board and stated that the bridge, first Monday In April next succeeding It known That I. H. CLAY
    over Canoe Creek was In dangerous Attest: J. L. OVER8TKEKT.: Clerk. the election. At the general election\ CRAWFORD. Secretary of Stats. of the .

    ,, condition- the flooring being BO far In 1910. and thereafter all Senator to :le0&I: do
    that cattle passing over would be elected 1"il b* held
    apart be :
    elected for a term trO"rI.
    :
    .h.1
    get their feet fast In the cradcs. whereupon I I I I I Mil IMIIIMMIilM of four to begin on the Osceola .,
    Mr. L. It. Farmer was Instructed first Tuesday first Monday In Tuesday next succeeding the *
    .rt'rth'
    .- to make the necessary repairs at once i Apri of the year except Monday In o ; A. D. 1911 tbe
    Mr Walter Pearce appeared before LegalAdvertisements when a new county Is created, the laid Tuesday being the -
    Cj the Board and asked them to give him legislature shall at that time fix th5 Srrrmt l>ay *f KfwessWr.
    1armip.ton to close the road between length of the term of the first Senator For United State Senator from the

    .1- I 1 taasenger and the Pearce .landing on I i to be elected therefrom at two or four State March of 4. Plorlda for six. ".ar. from
    the Klsalimniee River whereupon the years, with the end In view of keepIng -
    Board Instructed their attorney to Investigate '. the 'Of In a For .Six and see If the said road had III1IIII - III' II 111 I I I I-t balance rt'b the: uI.rS' the new." Fourth For .one Representative of th*

    ev ?r been declared a public road and Section Article. the Constitution Congressional 11.trlct of the r
    report at their next regular meetingThe IN TI1K IMNTHHT' C'Ol HT OK TUB la hereby amended so as to State of Florida In the Con.gre.
    .. .Clerk presented and read In UNITED "''''''''1':11. IN AM) FUR rend as .: .. of the United State .'
    open Hoard' the report of Mr.Vm.'. F. 1'MK: '(OI'I'HKHN IMMTItKTOK "The regular session of the Legislature For Oovernor of the Stats of Forida "
    I Coke on the Ht Cloud-Melbourne road. KI.OIIII. that shall meet In 1917 shall ap of For Secretary of State of th
    /j ( ;"vhlch report was ordered filed with portion I the representation In the Florida
    the proceeding of the Board The I. lie E. 1':. Fsirhs.ks. llaakrapt, House of Representatives, ae In this Florida.For Attorney Ueneqal of the Stat of
    Clerk also read In open Hoard a letter article provided which apportionment
    il from Hon. W. J. St-nra. I In re appropriation IN 1."NKnul..V.To shall be based upon 'the last census ta Florida.For Comptroller of the Stat *f t ,
    I b>: Congreat* for good roads ken by the State of Florida or by trieUnited
    which was ordered filed with the proceed the Creditors of E. E Fairbanks, States whichever I Is the Ilak..n. For Treasurer of the Stat of
    Ings of the Board. of Klsnltnmeosceola. County and In the several counties of the Florida
    : Notary bond of Col. S, n J Pecker, I>1.< I with W Weatherston and q K MfKndry Notice I. hereby given that a meetIng ten years.nt thereafter apportionthe .v"ry of the State of Florida.
    ) )4e.I.b I as nurt'tli-s. was presented to' of the creditors of the kiove.ian.d 1 representation. In .hal House of For Commissioner *f Agriculture of
    the Hoard and the name examined and bankrupt will be held at thf Representatives. In the. manner In this the /tal. of Florida
    appro> ed, alai'> Notary bond of W HMolten. >tTicof the und..r.l..n.t..C..r..... In article provided which apportionmentshall Justices of the Supreme
    II : Kllh Fidelity\ & DHjmnlt Company Tatnpn Florida, on the 27th day, of be based upon the last census Court of the State of Florida. S
    of .Mar>'IIIIH! as .uret>. examined, September 111));. at ten ... m. at which numeration taken bv the State of For One Railroad Commissioner of
    I anil,, appio\ed Cost bills ttf, state vsiordon time the creditors. may attend provetheir Florida. or liy the States whichever the Htate of Florida
    ( iaBto, Stnte vs Thomas nndHheilffn claims examine the bankruptelect Is the last Unf..d.. before the For State. Senator for 19th Senato
    feed Mil of prisoners exam- a trust,.. anil transact such otherliUfitneHs Legislature a,) apportioning the rep- I rial District of the State of FlorIda 'it
    r I Int-d and ordeti-d paid an ma) properly come before resentation shall convene." For One Member of the .
    I Tax Collettor. St r. C I... Handv pi'''- said meeting Section 4 of Article VII of the Constitution Representatives of the Stat of Flor-
    Straight Linea of New Silhhourtte.' .,nted his list of erroin' lnnolenrle I Dated at Til, tnha.. Florida. Sept'. 17th. Is hereby amended so as to ida For
    tiifl double jkiKK'santeiils on the tax 1916 read as follows. County Judge.
    which have gone to the other extreme looks of I 1115* MhlcM wan examined T. 1\(. SHACKLEFOKI). JR. ""'h..n any new county I I. created by For Sheriff. ,.
    however and have made drcc&ss with J JAttractive JV and approxed, by the horrid of County 40-lt Keferee In Bankruptcy the Legislature It shall be entitled to For For Clerk of the Circuit Court.

    that C"'fl"mtsHlonersTie . one Senator and one member of the Pro..clltnlr Attorney.
    skirts reach the floor but the follow IIIHT. blllit were ...ltamln..d.U'Pr..o'L.I MOV: K>-| II JtUIt.".. maority of them hav3 struck a happy and ordered paid. KI.OItlUA. t'lHfl'IT I'Ot'HT OKOH next enumeration provided for In Section For Tax Collector.

    medium and it is not at all likely r : '' ', commissioner u__$ 4 Oil ( KOUA ( 01'IMTV-1.MANt \ 5. of this article that .hal betaken mat For ruct County ion. Superintendent of Publlo
    H V. anler.. name and mileage 6 OOA ( KH1. after the creation of
    that th-3 days of trailing skirts will f F, Bass same and mlleaKe._ 6 00 new countv. or until the next census.Id For County Surveyor.

    come back again. Dresses, too, are W .... NSalker. carrie and mileage. 2o OO Mrrtle ":. 1.'.s._,.. enumeration that shall be taken by For For Five County Commissioner*. -

    .." free from that extravagant flare II J K B".... Janitor uunu___ 60 do . 4.opl..t. the United States of America after the Board of Three Member of the County
    Jno. H Cftd.. a\t'y for Board 2O 114 .5. creation of the said new county. whichever Public Instruction.
    which characterized them before and John DnNls, .upt I' F nnn_ 60 00 Heirs of ThossanV.' Palmer.arrrmmra. shall the sooner be taken after For Justice of the Peace In and for

    for the attainment of which we often T. M. Murph Judge Co. Ct. __ 25 00 Hespfendeats.HI the creation. of said new county. whenit Nos the following Justice I.VI.trlct. VI.:
    had to resort to artificialmeans. This i T M Murphy Jllflice. Juv. Ct. __ 12 M) sba.ll be entitled to one member of 1 1 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
    For s
    I : 12 60H TO lET TITI.K. Constable In and for the followIng
    John. I>avln care 1 o paupor--- tal the House of Representative every -
    season the flare is conspicuous for its '- L. upfer.. commissions n_ 216 24 ten thousand or the major Justice DI.trlet. via: Nos. 1. S, *..
    absence, one might say. for most of Afternoon C, L,, 13ady. comminsfcons un 221 96 To all parties\ clalmlg an Interest fraction th.r.ot populaton. aa other 4.1 6,7, 8. '
    In
    the dresses hang in otraight soft Frock. I_ II InKratn. care of jail hU 12 60 In the following described I prop.rty.under counties.** I testimony Whereof, I have her-,
    The silhouette( of the hour is well I* H. Ingram feed of prill...... 9S 50 Thos W Palmer deceased or unto set my hand and affixed the
    folds. Nothing has- been taken from depicted in the J. L. Overitreet. release fee to otherwise to-wlt: HE-4 of N"Iir.and A Joint Revolution proposing an Real of the State of Florida at Gr..at
    the width of the skirts. They are illustration of the one- state prisoners -uun___ 30 0W It fractional SW-\4 of NE-14 of Sec amendment to Section 1 of Arlcla VI hassee the CapItal twenty- '
    just as ample and thekirt that piece frock shown here. The design B. Crawford. pro.. att'y. __ 33 33 I 18 Tp. 25 8 of R. 10 E. In Osceola of the Constitution of the Stat. of o A. I). 191*.
    j is such that it may be developed Samuel. Montsdoca maintenance 6 00 County Florida. Florida a. amended by Joint R..olu- tofhS."T H.:CLAT CRAWFORD -
    in
    measures from three to three and a two materials S J. Bailey I same -- g 00 You and each of you are required to tlan No. 1. Act of 191, relating to'' Secretary of 8tal.
    half yards around the hem is still considered if I desired. The gath- Wm. Btepmns.. ; same :::::::::: 6 00 appear. to the bill of complaint filed suffrage and eligibility. I L Inlram. >

    a conservative"ridth. ered side sections of the skirt as well Mrs. L. Mahles same _______. 6 00 herein on Monday Dec. 18th. 1 U6. B* Resolved by the Legislature of .'-I
    as the sleeves and side body Mrs. A. Simmons same nu 8 00 This order to''be published for It I State of Florida: I
    Straight Unes Favored.Although be of might A. M. 1. Chancey. aame ____n__ 6 00 consecutive weeks In the Klsarmmee That the NOTICK.
    satin and the remainder of the R. M. McClelland. same _______ 6 00 Valley. Oacette. a weekly newspaper following amendment to ''
    of I
    the straight effects predominate dress of serge Bone buttons forma Mrs. Olncey Padgett aame _--- S 00 published In Klsslmmee, O.ceola County Scton. the Article State of VI Florida of the Constitu be and Notice I. hereby; given ''that 'th* 'At t

    the Frank Evans, came ___..__. C 00 Florida.Witness neal .
    in more practical styles, straight unbroken Hive down the ? the same la hereby to and shall UNrTED! LAND .
    in afternoon and dresses front Susan Tats. same ,-----_---- 6 00 my and seal this nth tee submitted to a..e d.nEe\rf-*
    hand
    evening from collar to hem. The collar Mra. Jan. Ctemsnta aama .... S 00 day of S.pt. the of the PANT will b *
    there are some soft draperies, to b. is open at the throat, for women Mrs. Leacey Johns same -----I 00 .1. I. OVERSREJ. for general election In ::19t Company .
    c or rejection
    seen. Apron ffecto, too in the form seem to prefer the open neck to the .1. L. Overstreet clerk 00Moss o .. CIlcult tar 1. Every male person: of the Monday 191C at the thro SIb o'clock day of October A. '.
    (Circuit Court Seal. the
    ) ,
    ''It of soft pleated or gathered bits of the high, even for> autumn wear. Crowder dlsrlng paupergrave ____ t CO age twenty-one year. and upwardswho electing p> m0
    .__...< ____...____ O'Bryan A Pledger I cltlsen of the United director and for
    -. aterial l, ballot loosely in front of Another frock typical of the style T. M. Murphy, cost Wm. Thomas Solcior. for Complainant 40-121 at the*time a h to State th. .n. of .oh- otherIvuslneaai

    7Wmc1 of the dresses. of the season is seen in the second il. Case __.... _...__-_?_..__.__' I 1 ISI 16 b* deemed a* qualified applies elector register at sha all .***.m. brought b.for. .' mMt

    The waist line in the new faohions lustration. It shows the close bodice C.* F.H. Johnson Ingram blanks.ara-----------.ncl"I..al ITS (lt'ITIT, BKVKNTH e uwr BTATB JUDICIALCIRCMT OF elections under the Con.ttutlon of the W. Bv CRAWFORD.

    is generally in the normal position which ends in front in a pointed tab ads ______ ____ _--__-- SS 60 O5EOLA CWI/NTV. State of th Florid/ . additional. he possesses 19-It .cretaryNOTICR

    where atune meant it to be, but it falling over the deep crush crj.die. A Wanner A 8a.wy, typewriter rib 8 00 00 -IN CHANC'BRV.firmrr fications'He : folowln. quali I or
    will not be stationed there tassle finishes Kla. Tel Co., phone rent ------S shall have resided and had his AmMCATionr FOR
    probably the tab. This lends a KIs. W. and U lant. Aug 40 tmfffr, C.plstsa.6vs. i DEED HWnKK $B TIOf BT4 "Al
    L n. horns and nlace of abode In
    for any length of time. There have fashionable touch often introduced in T M. .urphy. costs O. Oaaton the. Florida for one and I aa GINIHAL .TATlTII or

    been not a few examples of the low this season's frocks. On the skirt "case unh _n_ __nnun 4Lt. Hmllmm s.r..... D..t t In star wherein ha .applies year to I .ATJ .
    _______ 13 36
    waist of the Moyen Age and this the large pointed H Ingram same -00 register ror .,,month. previous there Notice I
    pockets are the nov- Jessie Prescott. wit. pros attv, 1 00 It appearing by affidavi appendedto hereby given that John -
    seems to be gaining popular favor at elty. The points are embroidered to John Englishwit I 1 00 the bi filed In abov.-.tat..d toHe must be able to read write and Cadel. purchaser of Tax Certificate
    ; PI dKe..t! :
    a great rate. A good many one-piece match the front of the waist. Floyd I'ell, wit CO :) 3 40 cause Hullng Snyder. Interpret any section of Constitution 69.1914.dated the 'th day of July A.
    T L Bryan name _nU __-00 5 00 ant therein named. Is a nonresident I of the has filed said Certificate In
    ------------- -- of State of dtht the time
    B* Brown same nn .-_un 6 00 the State of Florida and Is a residentof be applies to .. office and has made application for
    SPRAY CONTROLS WHITEFLYAND matter of accident that you have B Atkins lame _____00 _.-____ 6 00J Eagle Pasa. Texas over the age of He must own register In his own right( Tax Deed. to leaue In accordance to
    __ ____ __ 5 00 It In ordered prop law.
    H Boach. aamc -- -- twenty-one y..r: th.r.fo. to the value of
    SCALE INSECTS bright fruit this year? J J radgett. meat to K (1 -_-_ 6 (do that .. ... .. erty hundred which not fact less than shall .ilv h* Said certificate embrace the following .

    If are unable to Waters & C: you recognize the to the bill of complaint Osceola County State of :I'-
    Growers who are troubled with Waters" tk C lro Co. suppliesto pear books of the county at the time heapplies -
    different pests that infest your trees R. U. _'___ nuunnn 332 f7 .alt cause. on or before Monday the to register and vote. wit:
    insects _ 137 Ml daof No\ember. A l I' 1418 other The SW of the
    whitefly and scale can spray City of Ht Cloud culverts- He rot have been % NEof Section a
    if you are uncertain how to control 14osceola said bill will Cnvl..t..c.rt''I Two (2>. Township
    Mrs Sii.R rtlggan. sup. to a 10 wise the al..lon. of "the time he Twenty-five Ih.
    both at the same time according to them effectively and Hdw. Co. sup.: K. .: 32 65 be taken ... by said defendant or vote of larceny P robbery forgery South, Rang Twenty-eight East.
    economically for
    J. R. Watson entomologist to the I. U Farmer amt pd. for supplies perjury. or bribery In of t' The said lands being aaaesaad In tie.
    __ __ 9 BBW It Is further that this orderbe any name of J. R. Smith '
    an investment of ten or fifteen dollars to It ((1 -_ u u .rd..r..d courts of any State or of the United at the date of '.
    University of Florida Experiment II. Maklrmm sup to H O- 15 23 published once a week for four consecutive States or If Issuance of said certificate..
    so
    for board, loom and railroad fare M, Katx. 5PtO H. O __u_-__ 4 08 weeks In the Klsnlmmee. Vallev have Iteen r convll't.d.to .. right he of must clt- Unless. said certificate ahall be re-
    Station. The oil sprays which are this 1, K Farmer, capt. guards_. n lOll) onII heidi'a newspaper published In ." .tor..d 'd..m..d acordlnl to law Tax:
    can information D..c
    you got by attending W Ashton supt rd' grad'g 76 ooOsceola said. County and State : rd"c. will I.u. on the 18th
    used insecticides fatal to both.It however. That no '
    as are 'I
    the Seventh Annual Citrus I Hdw. ('0" Installing fans This mh day of tv or ".. .. of such person r September, I>. 1916.
    is probable that scale and whitefly court -- 9 60Osceola J.I.. .. .-R't'l. In"al was.. any person -/ Witness m" hand and official seal at,
    - on first. 1867.
    Semiar which will be held HOj.n.; ; ::: 10 Clerk January or .
    at the University ( 0.. rp-.uJ.I. 14 prior t thereto entitled to vote under Klsslmmee. the 17th day of Au
    exist in the in some sections .. <>(0l gust. A D. 19111.
    same groves of Mrs J W Miller sup.. It. O 6 (Circuit Court Seal the Constitution and awof of
    Florida Gainesville Octo ___ __ 35 00 Z. Bass any the14tnts J
    l guard
    Brown.
    Pun if''
    where has un or Territories.I or entitled to L OVERSTREE.
    especially spraying
    ber 17 to 20 Clerk Circuit
    inclusive. Hodice. guard __ 35 00H Solicitor for Complainant '
    K 1. : 40.4 vote under form of
    :::::: ._ 4(1( ml any ..ov..rnment State of Florida. !
    not been done.It The purpose of this meeting is to M: HogiTB guard or any
    City Meat Mnrket. meat to H (1 '12 K3 NOTICE OKWhereas ELEe1ioN. ..... natur..I..d cll..n (Circuit Court Seal,)
    is particularly important to spray give the citrus growers the latest and May Stout Lbr Co. lumber,. 2(1( 4Colnxton I .ndan.. .le because he.the shall right not to IS-I_..aT4ITlpC

    for scales where the stem end rot !best information on different subjects ('0. stripes. to H I. 62 17 the Legislature or 1916. Under -, be able to read write and Int..rpr' Of BALK. '
    scales collect around pertaining to the and KIs WagotiVrka, Co, work anv section of the .
    exists. Purple growing mar- the Constitution of 18KB. of the
    ___ ________ 4 60
    of for county __ -- of State of Florida, as above provided or I. Clmlt P*. far imr HeveBta JB.1_
    the stem end of fruits for protection keting citrus fruits. There will be for State Florida, did pass three Jointresolutions .
    Lancaster shop work 1.1 4'lmilt .
    J A because he shall not own property of the "t... *f FIsriCa
    and there weaken the tis- four days of instructive lectures : ._ IS fc6 / amendments to the value I. .. 5.,
    by feeding ; exhibits countv ----- --- ------ -- the I Url'nt'e State of Florida above specified naturalized OaeeeJa C'si.tyK .
    sue sues. This affords entrance for I and demonstrations. Each of ''H C Htanford. shoes. sewing to It O forK 267M and the "m. agreed to by a citizens of the United States however I. (: ..;.

    the stem end rot fungus. By con- the importapt diseases and pests of Mrs. (1-----L. R.arm..r.__ - __. ___ ___ fl5 vote of to thre..*ffths) of all the memberselected shall at the be mctnt.-P to, and register.before shall they I H.. A .
    each house that C..I.
    this disease citrus trees will be discussed. Thero I'rather auto supplies- : the voteson .
    trolling the scale fungus Lupfer & said joint resolutions were entered present rel'l.traton orlc..r cer a Iler" ..
    I will be exhibits of these diseases to U R. F----------------- 19 35 tificate of his .'.
    be. and
    be extent duly
    can prevented to a large upon their respective Journala. with naturaU.aton. .
    Mitch Eros ga. ________00 __'_ 11 40 authenticated vu S
    cause it is not able t oenter healthy pests showing important; stages of Will Howard. barbering for con- did the determine Teas and and nays direct thereon that and the they said Sec I Upon the adoption of thin .J. C. *Ldke.tes"> and E._ 5'.

    tissue. their life histories. The latest infor- vlct ---- 3 OOValley joint resolutions be submitted to the amendment to the Constitution the t..mmrttvr, ... O-BrraB

    Protection is also given scales to mation concerning these troubles will Ualeb t anJ legal l 90) electors of the State at the general Legislature .hal enact appropriate tmrmirrly aalasr *.* ...m .. ta*
    __ ____ ___ JO
    ads laws to mrrlm "LaiBsber
    nUuh
    00 purpose of this mmm
    some extent by the sooty mold grow be given. Methods of prevention and ,v.H.. Maklnaon Co. Igts ct. h. 3 9K election Now. therefore In November I. H. 1918. Crawford. amendment Into ._...,. . .
    control will be 60 (10Mt. Clay etr.ct _
    of the cit thoroughly discussed. Qasette, subscription
    ing on honeydew common Valley :: Secretary of State of the State of Florida -
    and the wool of the :: In addition theie will DO lectures Cloud Tribune same ---- 60 00 notice FORECLOSURE OF
    that
    rus whitefly by on St. Cloud Tribune financial statement rec\r hac general The vote cast In compliance with To All Whom It May HORTGAGI

    woolly whitefly. Spraying for whit fertilizing and cultivating citrus trees and budget __h_nu 00 126 26 In blrlb'.held In said proposed amendmenta aJid the Notice Is hereby riven that the un

    fly will also help to control scales.] 'gasoline engines! spraying machinery, Lupfer & Prather hauling negro ty the first Monday In November.next aucceedIng A- canvass.thereof shall declarations be and return. dersigned as Special Master In Chan.cery
    10 00 subjected to the
    Control of the scale insects to prevent the marketig of citrus fruits bud selection to town -a-------------- I). 19I the said Tuesday being the and restrictions I sameregtjlt'Ions appointed In this case will offer(
    for Co. for
    fare as sale
    A, F. Itass. car pauper are and sell the /
    stem end rot is particularlv important -i,' the new farm loan net and a'number Johnson et al __unU 44 00 seventh dal of November for the ratification provided by law for general election at public upon property the deecrlbed -

    where dead wood exists in of other subjects. ola Hattaway. maintenance _. 6 00 resolutions r..J..ton of amendments the said joint nth. state of FloridaIn where the *.tetlol now located premises at

    ____ _ W I, Barber bal commtitslonm. tothe testimony whereof, 'I have hereunto 11:00 a. m. mi the Rule
    where the disease haS : Constitution to the State of FlorIda day Ms Octo
    the grove and on 1915 tax books, _.___uu 113 31 set my hand and afflx..c the Oreat her, A n 191B. ('Ii: the tnd of,
    been prevalent before. I IITRUS FLEA BEETLES ATTACK 3v., Thonp.."%. coffin and burial viz- Seal of the State of at Tallnhaiise. A DIU'. The ale will be made OCtober to

    II I i PLANTS IN SEEDBEDS!: of negro __ _-__--__--- 12 CIIHarley A Joint iiesnlutianprnpoalng an amen- day *Inn July.(' p A.a'.WItwenty-II rth the highest bidder for caah The complainant is

    hc GROWERS WILL I Hauleraon. work _on roadHassenger 6O ment to Section 9 of Article 9 of the ) may be a bidder and nay be
    ; ___ 4 credited
    - hUh suH8mo. on the amount of Its bid
    MEET OCTOBER 17. TO 20 I Reports have come to the Univer. J H Walker same .-___h____ 18 611 State and Conntltut Ion. relating to taxation Secretary of State. the amount due to the complainant with
    finance un
    ':'sity of Florida Experiment Station W' S, Raulerson name _u__ ___ 4 doC B. It Besolved by the Legislature of der the final decree In this case. The
    that flea beetles are causing troublein << If: Rauleraon. same __ huh K oo the State of Florida premises mentioned Is where '
    told : .
    A fruit buyer recently a grower John l I.oflon. snni.------------. 3 6ftC OTirK or !"1.1. the saw mill Is
    a thnproperty
    would eggplant and seedbeds. That the following amendment ofSection - i'.nICh.
    near Clearwater that he pepper l Norman same 0000 -P_ 1 60F .

    give him a good price for his bright They also' attack beets tomatoes and : F K: U! tI'u'a:: name.. -:_::::: 17 3 onIt 26 of 9 the nf State Article, relating S of the to Constitution taltat"- la 1.1('1..1.<(< Court of Ike for state
    fruit, but not a cent for his rusty other seedlings. Most of the beetlesare <}. Metitz care Miss. -Lt-bo.- coKauner and finance. Is. hereby agreed I. sad for (. .... ...110..1.. Lumber n n'c. the Osceola
    fruit. He explained that perhaps he from one-sixteenth to onefourthof I 5 00 shall be submitted to the elector' of -la ( ... The (olp..ny Millsite.
    --- the State for adoption or at .1. property to I* a.
    might be able to handle the marked an inch long and are black or Ju o ; r.Mr.j ;; the next general election rejection .. ; 6-ergis T. aeerlsiger- s.d follow:

    I brown. They eat the lower epidermis Jreen. county pauper ------- 5 Oft that la to say. that Section V of Article J. fl. rr4. One gIH.p saw mill with
    : fruit after Christinas. I I W. B. Crawford cost In case of .s>e< r. her 5._ feed .
    ,
    one
    .. and the middle tissues of the leaves 9 of the Constitution of the Statebe bpsd. ('. I.'...' engine, one 50 H..w
    what
    ., ,. 'Mr. Grower, do( you know Hay va Hylvester ______ h_ t 10 amended to read aa follow: portable bol..r. one Tower three *

    i 1.thll: means T The fruit buver knows 1 I leaving them white and useless. Miss Jessie J'adget. trana evidence "Section 9. There shall be exempt \V. Heeler vs. ..* M. t. IWlr edger. complete filer and stows %
    In [4. IU & B. l>lst. No. I. lathe
    f J. R. Watson entomologist to the from taxation the value aw one mammoth Chattanooga
    y his business. He would show no orrferenoe 3 14 COO. property oto of wife. licepoudesls.FORIiCLOSUIiJI .mil

    it he kn.w he could make as I, Station recommends plants be sprayed H."W fee--m&: --["M--e:::: 10 OOB. five that ha hundred* a dollar dependent every her widow Cor.upport. ) OF MORTGAGE one American ,shingle three tm".r ..rtaan"
    on
    nxucjj .money from handling the rusty ,,, witi lead arsenate, 1 pound of El Evans, detn'n-agent 86 00 famiy .. person 'who la a To All Whom It May Concern This property so far a*mil.* earn

    r, ,' fruit.; He knows thac; the ,market i is powder to 50 gallons of )Vater. Th.le.d New Paid Eden warrant Plant Co.were. orf.r.dI O canceled 14 40- bona fide realdsnt of the Slat and has Notice I* hereby given, that the: un now exists and will remain b* Bold on the. afore-mortgaged
    fruit arsenate be added to the bor'deaux lost a limb or been disabled In war or dersigned a* Special Maater'ln preml. a -
    -' growing more "critical of the can for the various funds as follows: by Chatcery ,- said. S

    - '. ft bays. It wants bright fruit. Are'!'I mixture, which is used against Oeneral revenua _-.._______..11377 II ml.toJtun. of the In final this cause decree, under entered and herein by virtue Thla the 36th day of Aa..u.t A D ,
    1$14.
    Oeneral road on
    in the in ---- --------- 142T Ie A Joint Resolution
    b prepared to deliver bright fruit T ,,fungi seedbeds the same Hard 8. road _____..__________111415- 88 I to Sections proposing t. I and 4 anamendment ot the ISth day of August A. D. 19I$. O. F

    Q, you doOt every year, or ,i. it a proportion' with water. Fl... and forfeiture ____?____ 16.!. 74 i Article VII of the Constitution of the will namely on the the Rule Sad day day In of October.October.19U.bP- .Aa Special this Cll Master_ In KR1RB8 7t *' -


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    _ _ << .\ .f THE KI5SIMHEE' VALLET GAZETTE FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER Z2"I.t -

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    by the last l legislature.. resubmia-I ful only under exceptional' ''circum NEWSPAPER WAIFS. -

    : CAN BE FREED FLORIDA FARMER'SWIFEGAINS atoll of this law which went into effect stances, a. in the cat of those accustomed '
    1lrl SOUTH I January, 1916, has !teen forcedby to drinking alcohol as a "Paw, what's'It mean "burning the
    the Jiquor, interests.. beverage.-O j tlook. midnight oil?' "Joyriding. my. sort,? '
    28 (OS. -Buffalo Express.
    FROM TICKS IN 5 YEARS
    IN A TIGHT PLACE. ANOTHER EUROPEAN COUNTRY. "Jones used to say he admired a

    I That woman suffrage U an ally of GOES DRY. clinging woman. I suppose be'' married .
    "
    BY TANIACLOUIS "
    \ TAKING one. "Yes she hangs on to
    Washington, O. C.-BecalJ.e of tho will require roost of the flvo-year period prohibition the liquor interests every Immediately' following her declaration cent of the salary."-Boston.Transcript. "
    spirit of co-operation among the people to bring' abdut the removal of thequaranUne where believe. They show this belief of war against Austria, Koums- every .

    of the South in the work of eradicating irpra-their territory. Texas HARTLEY' SAYS HIS WIPE by their words and their works. Not rita adopted the policy of Russia with "Pa, what's a margin?" "An edge,
    the tick which transmits I has more counties quarantined because WAS ALMOST COMPLETE long, ago the Brewers' Journal, urg regard to the ]liquor {traffic. 'Dispat4hea son." "Then what do they -mean '
    Texas fever to cattle, this destructiveand of the presence -of the fever WRECK AND WAS TOO WEAKTO ing-separation. of the beer and whisky from Bucharest state that my by buying on marpinT" "They keep, H .J
    expensive pest should bo eliminated tick than any other .!State.and has WALK. interests, recognized the enmity ''the police comminsioners have forbidden "-Baltimore
    from the territory of the United almost as many square miles in the ---- I between the women of America and the sale and consumption of you American.on tho edge, sonny. . 1

    States! within the next five years, quarantined area as all the other One of the strongest testimonialsever the liquor traffic thus: alcoholic liquors in all establishments: Mrs. Flubdub-"At our ladies'
    according to the field! inspection division State combined. It is probable, given Tanlac was given at Bettos "The franchise will be extended to throughout Roumanla, under penaltyof bridge club this afternoon it was
    of the Bureau of Animal Industry therefore, that the (work of eradica- Jacksonville 'all women in this country some day. severe punishment."
    Pharmacy, recently by could have heard
    I There is little doubt about that. Within really so quiet .you
    of the U. S. Department of tion there will take more time and Louis Hartley a well known and Mr. Likewise-"A
    Enthusiasm' in the fight that unless there is unforseon activity a few yenrr most of our large and pin'drop. coupling
    j Agriculture. I I farmer who "
    highly respected lives at Kissimmee
    -Puck.
    industrially The next meeting of the pin ?
    developing states will
    will be the last of the
    'i the is running particu- Texas
    ,
    against pest ]Hogan, 6 miles east! of Jacksonville W. C. T. U. vill be today ( 22) Prison Visior-"Now that your sentence -
    grant the vote to the opposite Sept. )
    larly in several of the tick-in- States to claim a white i.rca on the j sex, '
    high Beach 1
    fated Southern States and these map. The finishing of the work oferadication I on the Pablo road."They've ''and where will the brewing industry 3:30: p. m., at the Hart Memorial is about to expire have you any .
    commonwealths will free thoir territory in the other Statn, however said a heap about Tanlac I be then if it is still considered to bean building.; plans for the future" ConvictYes'm. .y' .
    and I've read lot about it in the 1.I
    a I'ye de of er coui'TJle
    alliance with the distillers. got plans
    and
    within the next year or so, the will release Federal agents engaged "
    I papers, he said, "but what it's done THE of banks an' joolery store.-
    of the wifl make whisky-selling saloons? PROPER SPIRIT. a
    division In eight in the work and
    predicts.!! / pos- for wife is the beat cf anything I
    my i iI .
    i States, it is believed, the work will sible, the concentration of effort on I Inasmuch aR every political party .
    be completed within four 'carll. !Texas toward the end of the five- I iJ've ever heard said about it by any ;.! now in the field stands upon a woman "That ticket seller has the right "Did those party .leaders. refer to
    ; "
    or anybody: ; and i. all neighlim timber? askeifaf ,
    my idea.
    outline in tick therefore paper suffrage platform jin interesting meIS presidcntirl ,
    is believed .
    } ; An of conditions the year period. It ( .
    didn't know all about it I don'tIell"c *' '
    i infested territory recently prepared I ihiit 1,\, the close of 1921!) this con- s question presents itself-What ticket ,. "I]n what way ? I Senator Sorghum; "I'n a way, replied '
    shows that Virginia, only four counties ( I Ic-'i'ted:::;: 'o :li-pole'rly'; supported"; ;; bvilocnl I'd tell you, for lots of people will liquordom support in the coining 1 "He doesn't act as though he wadoing the busy worker. "They said] ("\
    in which are now under quarantine ,co-opc'iation will result in tick 1'lulllwOl..ldn't' )belie\e it. national diction ? '- '" me anersonal favor to Bell me I you would have about as much chance .
    "It'the( plain, simple fact that slvwas "
    I tickets of admission Indian.Washington
    to his theatre. as a woodi-n
    can be made tl < active work, and that becauseof t therefore, of all the United Ul11<'11a complete wreck as niivlt.Ofl TEXAS TO HAVE PROHIBITION\ : I-\lietroit Free Press Star
    could lie to keep alive, nnl11<' I
    the interest now being' '.hi>wn States t territory" from I the pest. RK "KKEMir.M.The : I .
    had down 'till she didn't
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    there, the quarantine i I is l Ijkolv to beremoved As a result of tK| > cV'-rmi'irtion of but, goiv and weign proposition to submit a consti- I VL-t s1JL1frUIH .
    nmetys.seven pounds wal0
    from the lust bit of previously I the cattle tick from approximatelyJh.l.lKMI weakve had to hoi" her. to walkvh.n lutional( ..4impndment. for state-wide I,
    tick-infested ll'rnlorIn the ::! ( square miles in the ten yuai s prohibition, received u favorable rm-
    took her to the hospital. Tli.it
    in itt! ]18. South Carolina, which the U. S. I we of
    State early during ) Department treatment, didn't cure her at all, und jority J.78J votes in the Texas pri- Lumber Co.
    which is pushing the eradication, work tof AJri.cuItUlelnd th" States )haveIKMI maries. About seven-eighths of the May-Stout
    after she got )back I started her 'i-i 1)Tnnlu. ,
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    steadily forward, should achieve, freedom I actively engaged in t the work, ... :She's taken seven bottle- of area of the state is already dry IInd
    from ticks the fame liy according, to ; he about thre-fourths of the :
    F yeui. I the cattle I industry ) i it and ha gained twenty ..right population DEALERS IN .
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    the end of ]1917! It i is! calculated, there Bureau of Animal Industry, in the the live in dry territory. The question
    pounds, for she now tips scaleMi -
    should 'lie hut liflRen'eounti'N in Alabama (I South has improved from 50 to 100 I ( was submitted once before' -I in 1SU1ami I! '
    lUTi I !: *
    : poU1l.'She
    remaining in quarantine and per cent. Native beef !rattle freed i had suffered' so bad with stomach it was found that the white vote! House Building Materials of all
    these, at the rate the Statu has been from attacks .of the ticks, have puton trouble and nervous imligest on was largely in favor of prohibition.
    working, should be cleaned up the following more flesh; native dairy cows :tie "
    that she could hardlyeat anything at Kinds
    ] year. giving more milk ; and, because danger sjcJIIn,1, WAGES INCREASING:: I IN: DRY I
    ull \\ithout it 'making: )Per
    For Mississippi probably the most of disease largely/ has been ?limmutid. ,
    STATES.Government : .
    the' fact she didn't take enouifh i
    accurate prediction can l he made. The I cattle of better breeds have i.s | '
    Legislature of that State recently enacted !been brought'in to improve ,the native nourishment to keep her uThe reports covering thep''I'io Novelty Works. in Connection
    a law requiring that all counties :: stock. The South has made doctors said she had pellagra, but I Itloii't
    eradicate now in tick the during quarantined 1917. area The shall peo- I rattle greater industry progress,in,; the in developing last five years the but I know do know whether that she she .uldn't did. or nut lift, wages. about have 80 peicent incr-emied,7iore on an in prohibi-aveiujjeuf I I All,w* ask U lets figure on your estimates.Courteous . I ."

    pie showed their interest in this step j I I than in the preceding fifty year". and her hand to do a thing and that she lion, than in liquor state. Thene are j Attention and Prompt Delivery.

    immediately, and nearly all the in- I there has been more progrers i ii ;he was a nervous wreck and perfectlyhelpl'S the figures : I
    feted counties all cad y have appropriated industry in the South in that periodthan <. Prohibition states __ ]OJ': ; increase I Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla.
    funds for.the building of dipping in any other section. "Sh.ould have .dizzy :headaches, :Vear-prohibition states 77' increase ,
    and in her rv.p.s: and 1 side tillshe Partial license states .ifi' ; increase
    vats in preparation for the The :States and counties, railways pains : !
    State-wide eradication campaign. I and other corporations an-l businessmen could hardly stand it, and she was License states __ _,._61' < increase I fie 1JLrr1 iJ1 *
    all the time. When I tJtfI
    State-wide tick eradication legislatonalso of the South have l>cen active: in constipated :
    has been cnactj in Louisiana., |emhasizing the gr.-at importance of )brought her back and started her onMr. THE LTCKY :NT.MHER: 'j: -

    As a result, this state cah expect uo tick eradication and in preadmg{ interest : Cooper's. new medicine she begun :Seven: states will vote upon prohibition -
    lIe free of fever ticks by the end of and nformation among fiirmers to gt better light away, and now November 7.: They are California -
    I I and! cuttl-men. As the re-ult her appetite has picked up and sh"has :Montana, :MichiganNebraska, i
    1919.Oklahoma, it is believed, will clear of the operation; of :>ll I these forces, improved until .she's just like a South Dakota Idaho, "Missouri. The
    its territory pf; fever ticks within the''the work of tickeradication\ pI a"lil'al- nest'VO hut fl. The change is actually I last' named lecently secured a dry 1'Iamendment Your Social
    the talk of t the whole neighborhood, Standing
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    I next three years. In' Arkansas! ly has been half ccmpletcd. on the state ticket
    ping vats are in course of diP-I On July 1 I HIIti; there had been for she's up and going about all J.iy through the inltatiTht., terrlto"-)'
    ,
    I. tion in practically every county freed from ticks :U84.r! >'Jl!] square mile anti she's doing all her own hou-"- of Alaska will also vote wet or dry. Demands Cards !
    the state and soon will I IKin general '!of the original quarantined nr"ii of woik) without the slightest trouble I In :Maryland, the city of Baltimore Engraved

    use. It is believed that tick erndica- j 72R5''J.:! ;; |: square mil I -s. I It i is estimated "She sleeps line at night now, nothing and other wet city and county unit<
    lion will be completed in this State ,,that by I next December l I (;,,0,000() t)()() additional sH\ ? t'athuu t- her and the pun.-' will vote xeparafly: upon the ques "
    by the end of 1920.\ The same year, I square miles will be freed and headaches! : haw left her entirely.Tanlac i lIOn WE HAVE ADDED A NEW
    it is will North Carolina has built her up and made her; It is rather to of
    predicted, see i bringing> he total tick-free teintoryto perplexing some LINE OF ENGRAVED
    cleared of ticks. | mlei. Thi.. will strong: and I don't )belior-j the'e'anj our "renders, to find Idaho listed: a-i
    :\1\ 1,521!]
    : '
    Georgia, Florida and Texas have I r.qujire thing in the world I could say one of the nineteen states already ,dry
    the hardest task before them in the |leas a total .."('1', under quarantine. about; I the medicine( I better than telling!: and aJso as one of th" seven states I to Stationery Calling Cards

    work of tick eradication, and probably of: :HS1.Osimare):!:! mile you just ,exactly what it's done f i"r vote in :November.: This is the eplanatioiv. \- ,
    . . .
    --- ------------------ her ,lind 1 it at that She'lltell ) !
    l'tttng go 1 Idaho is now under statutory Wedding Invitations Birth Cards
    .. \ von the same: thing toni! so will prohibition. At the coming _

    c\erybody( that lives' anywhere in the general/ election, she will vote on II Announcement.Cards '
    ) whole I 1 neighborhood.. constitutional prohibition amendment.
    I ( ; ''IIUIII Tanlac 'is Hhl! in Kissimmee

    I From Our Readers -I exclusively I I by, J. 7. Hob(>rson: ..nSt. LI ES FOR THE ITI1UC. TRl'TH I Engraved in the latest styles and on the

    Letters KenunM'ille. Cloud" by by Seni Phillips ionic. Hros.I Pharmacy,..--A'h'; ; ri I Ii FOR\ THE TRADE. I finest of cards and paper.

    I :Statements: found in the liquor journals I ASK TO SEE OUR SAMPLES
    t J are hardly Consistent. with the

    i Dear Mr. Editor:- i down and out until he'ha., lost faithin i I W.C.T.U. COLUMN]I II bureaus claims put In out their by the free liquor plate publicity mfttU-r I Prices a* low as consistent with this high . '

    Florida is my home. I was born hims. lf. they attempt to show that prohibition I class of work. ,
    I "I believe in today and the work increases the consumption of alcoholic -
    here and I expect when "life's fitful I1 am doing, in tomorrow and the When the warships were in the harbor beverages. Bonfort's Wine and Kissimmmee Valley Gazette

    fever" is ended, to rest here in the I work I hope tt> do, and in the sure re- of Portland, :Maine, over 2,000sailors Spirit Circular is not (of that opinion. i I : : -
    't last long sleep. I believe in Florida; ward which the future holds. I believe weie in the city on ten days' This is what it says: t : .

    .in its legends and actualities; in its in courtesy, in kindness in gen."land, leave absence. During that "There will be natural apprehension i I -
    :. I
    animate erpsityt: in (rood cheer, in friendshipand time pot a sailor was arrested and \ in the minds of dealers generally,
    forests peopled with' things in honest competition. I believe not a sailor came in contact with a until the elections are over in Michigan f I

    and inanimate; with bees storing there .is something; doing, somewhere, ''police officer There was not an indication I South Dakota Montana, Nebraska I
    honey in" hollow trees; with feathered for every man ready to do it. I believe of drunkenness in public on Californiaand Texas and this . ..I
    i hosts, of bright p'umage and mocking I am ready-RIGHT NOW." I the part, of these boys while they. apprehension will doubtless developextreme I
    r: birds singing in the night time; Yours very truly, were in port. i i conserxNttism "hi the matter, t
    with lordly turkeys and timid deer W. A. :McRAE, i of anticipating wants.. I
    and other wild and curious things fulfilling Commissioner of 1 dealers be shipped I
    Agriculture.GONTToTGOOD 1'o: liquor| to may: ,
    their destiny; everywhere I ovjr the government rnilrond in Alaska. .\ ('O'ISIONSENSE:: POLICY.Kansas ,
    \ flowers of countless hues and high The prohibitive order i i. -.igned :s the fiist i state to bar t thodrinker !
    power fragrance. I believe in its i I by the Alaska Engineering ('oniinIsS from holding public office I
    groves planted by man and in the Tic, civil servic- commission, at the I .
    '\ fruit borne of the trees. I l believe in huggistion: of (;Jovernor Capp" in ,
    its gardens with tender and toothsome Result That LaIr... What Appe.il I IIi (" )('po.'all.d this ruling in tho new Ilw10..1 '
    I believe in its ) i K i SMI m nice People. A committee of leadimr men of Dihith -
    herbage. ar.d Call 'Phone
    "4 \ :\ of the big corporations 'I
    Duluth I
    I I.. will, with th.- )
    churches school and as co-operat.- .
    newspapers other laige employers. h.i 'e adopted
    ; (most potent agencies for RooJ.! I be- i Kidney, sufferer.in' Kissimmeewa.it i Trade Union i I )It.y I League i in M>runngemployment the policy of not employing' drink I it(
    for, ull till i own out of '
    e lieve in its resource already discovered more than temporary lelief.They people" said the Governor in his;, I I
    results'that \\ork by the closing: of saloons in that (
    i want last
    and predict care many yet ter to the Commission. "In my iudlment t-I'
    to bo discovered. I boUjve it is my I Results like :Mrs. Seaer tells ety.I : a slat can well afford to ) f fI

    ;I. duty, and that of every citizen, to discuss -:about. in such footsteps." I
    t its advantages in a!', truthfulness I Ileis was a thorough test. SUlla: B. I Irvine, :Nat: i n\l Superin1 I I
    R; and work faithfully and earnestly tot I Eight years is a long time. 1 tendent Sunday: SchoolVoi, K. :NEW: ATTITl'DE OF DOCTORS TOAIA'OllL.
    bring in new oeople] to win comfort I lIolln's'KIII) n..'" 1'ills! have stood the The temperance educational wo' k I
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    : and a competency for the provrbial t "*t and stood it well.Why nf the Sunday School depnrtinent has, I I I
    t rainy day-from rosponnivc soil under I' experiment with an untri.-d: been a great factor in the onward I t Iti IHim! the Hospital of the Protestant II I
    : medicine ? constitutional Episcopal Church in Philadelphia, !
    as fair skii s as any in all the march towards national
    .t ; world. I b.eli$ vo in the bountlin"! seas People here in Kissimmee' have pi-ohilntion. The aim of this department 'with :\,201pat(\ ..nts ust'dlicoholic I .
    i laving our shoror.-from which! gentle : shown the way I is to teach Hod's: truth i in sucha drinks worth $lit.r, : .22. In 1915, with I .
    'l winds come with h-aling in their Head Mrs. Seaver's story) : \viiy that YOUIIgIwople will make i12; :!] :! patienttt, the expenditure for
    wings- in waters mysterious with I :Mrs.H.i I 1.,. Sen\er. :!:!4' Bel mud.\ for t tlii-mselxes" u prohibitory law and t similar beverages was only $3ft4.53.:! |

    :;: life -whono (depths: Tire ulrradysources I Ave., Kissimmee, savs : "A dull, nagging I be "ready to >stand asI righteous du' y, This decrease' in the use of alcoholis
    of profit-a.d: yet limitless ache in my hack kept' me 'in misi for hI,. embodiment t,f prohilntioti in i typical; of the changed attitude of ,
    with treasures for man a:, the years ry. At times if I stunned{ ortemptd 'n tIn lu\\: nf the "tute ,i"icl,, nation. American' physicians "enerally Last I .
    tfo by. I believ in our lakes ;'n,) riv- |I to lift mi> thing, it hintawfully. 1,11' The ('\\l1ldl<'n in the day "schoolbiiir ,, yc-iir the boad, "f temperance\ of the
    tr filled with finny tr.bPiI I blievcVYi The kidney, act, ionvii,, i II. I tin1 \nil e of M'U'tice.! :. 1 In the 'Methodist: t Church arranged/ with Dr. ]
    ; ) the undergr un \ *. ters coursi.ig" regular and mornings! I fell all wn"11" Sunday Nchools, ) they heai i the \oiciof Winfield Scott 11111./ head of the department ,
    in the chanr.-ls into whic'r man has out. I DoAn'.s) Kidney: Tills iraemoie IH' l ( ;lod a> he \\ .ii ii- them in hi-- wi..rd of nhvsiology of the ?tl lI.li-1 j
    '- run his long iron finger, aol] the -nost l tehef than iinyt hinir\. <.j! I hud, concerning the U-(' of anything whichU'file enl College Northwestern t''1i\'{'"-i
    vital element in nature springs high' ever" 1 a 1.1. The hll'l.ad1l'I'ft aid,, < and destio th body, or niai' sitv, for a canvi.ss of American med- "So the
    5, into the. air. I I'I"lievc{ in our own people I mv kidneys iigain acted i irul.uly.l.I the heauty-of the"image of i"d; l in u-. i iial men to ,:i J and in those who com to us ri ( Stntenient gh en :May 21.1 ]I'.HK'! ) Ills \\aining( and the penalty ate< giv- any, there was in the rin1"('al I mind i
    ;: f increasing number:, .evety year" from I OVER SIX YKARS I.ATKR.: : Ii._. in i in' no uncertai word to\\ a rut alcohol.
    Ifft f, the Northland .nil from countries Stuver said I : "N'uthing: has) alter-) Stp byI"' ', the udvace, has lien I In order that there should be nothing -
    j 'across the- seas to find wenltlj and. mv high opinion nf I loan's) Kidney made until \\e can tiuthfully. affirm, to influence the replies nn.way I I Valley Gazelle's desire. ; is to
    1'ills for the other the letters of inquiry print all the news all the lime, but ,
    health iii the Sunshine State now mov- I they cured me. I that no department of the chuich is or ,
    .;. ing with swift steps to mighty I Price ,,0,'. at all dealers. Don't doing more i for temperance i ( : and prohibition I were written on Dr.) Hall's own letter- 1!
    t.. achievements.! I declaie unbounded simply ask for n kidney, remedy get than the Sunday school, in paper and the replies were to be sent J
    1.-'- faith in the genius and worth: of our Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that I both educational I I and l practical I ways. to him. Letters were receivd from
    .,.,;. people, now awakened to the glories! :\11'''. Seaver has twice recommended. The Sunday school is a mighty Insti- 42 hospitals in leadint cities, from '
    \I; advantages and norsibilitics of one of ''oster-Milburn Co., Props., Hufflilo, tution for the: promotion pf the temperance the presidents of medical societies
    ; ', the most fruitful of the forty-eight\: N. Y.-Adv. reform. representing'! 27 States, from medical
    States composing the world's greatest I The record of the year just closed colleges and private practitioners.. I >
    )li 'K'Overnment--forty-eijCht units welded < WARNING.: is one of advancement and lI 'fiievenwn. -' The Protestant Episcopal Hospitalin
    (
    1.'. into one--with possessions on The Sunday school department Philadelphia reported as above. ;
    .
    : which the sun never sets- for when "What are you doing j in my room ?" records a total pledged membership of Thirty-nine of the 42 hospitals reply :
    :Li" the rays of the margin" sun tip the asked the nyftti WHO \viin awakened by l.S4.'i,!l44-an advance of 224,12.< ing stated that the use of alcohol as "HelpusboostKissimmee"J/
    hills of Porto Rico and sends the a burglar. members of the Sunday schools] which a remedial agent is decreasing. A

    .. dawn to Florida, twilight shade is "I'm robbing the place." have this year signed the pledge; n I number said -that practically no alcohol .
    ; settling down in the Philippines.With "You merely think you are. Everything total of lli-71 entire families pledged is now used. Several reported a
    : '; President Wilson I believe here wa bought on the installment t6 total abstinence through the home I decrease in the use of alcohol duringfive

    that "Citizenship docs not rest upon plan, and if you take the prop- and temperance departments, whichis years of fully 90 per cent; others :
    war. It rests upon pcece. It rests erty you'll be responsible for the balance an advance of 7,214; 6,226,661 said 75 per cent; while few reporteda
    .I upon those things which men achieve You're not robbing..; anybody. pages of temperance literature have decrease of less than 30 per cent.
    t .. by industry and -operation and mutual You're running into debt."-Washing-' been circulated in the Sunday schools, Almost without exception the. pres-
    ... interests in law and order." ton Star. which is an advance of 470,789. There idents of State medical societies state
    _I With Elbert Hubbard, "1 believe in have been given in the Sunday schools that alcohol is useful as a !medicine i

    .1';; the stuff that I am handing out, in the GOT HIM GUESSING. 17,142 temperance addresses, an advance only to a very limited extent. A great
    'a* firm I am working for, and Sri my desire of 6,459. There has been an number of them think other drugs

    -," to get results. I believe that I "Why these cloves, my dear?" unprecedented demand for programsand are better. Dr. Stephen Harnsberger. -
    i4 ( I' honest stuff can be passed out to honest I "I thought you were fond of them," material for the observance of president of the Virginia Medical
    'I, f man by honest methods. I believe explained the innocent young bride. World's Temperance Sunday, Nov. 14. Spciety, says: "Alcohol is sometimes .
    .
    t... in working not weeping, In'boosting "You seem to. partake of them down valuable in fractional doses to allay .
    '4 not knocking and in the town everyy.." FARMERS FOR PROHIBITION. the anxietv of patients and friends
    / i, I pleasure of my 4ob. I beliovo thata i Then he locked fixedly at her, but With but I Replies from medical colleges were
    one dissenting vote the
    '. man gets what he goes after} that could arrive at no conclusion as to Arkansas Farmers' Union assembled usually signed by professors of therapeutics .
    C t one dead done today ia worth two her motives.-Louisville Courier- and practice. Twenty-four H
    deeds and that man is Journal. in convention, gave< their support to say beer is of no value as an aid to ,
    tomorrow no
    the state-wide
    .-- prohibition. law passed convalescence. Fourteen find it use- -
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    Woman's.World: i , ," I r g A FETCHING NOVELTY: S J Frederick Lemaitre- the.celebrated MUSTANG, t 1
    g I I ( I ; ,_ , g. H: fint . ,
    r 'for g . ; ; i ( 1' ; 1 gI actor, was somewhat parsimonious.When tr
    g: A Graceful Redlneets.r Dressy 1> .
    .' his daughter was about to mar
    'Occasions' That Require ,Style' :o tbe' -1; I g A, .C..beard'' Suit ef S I fry.\; Lmealtre, agreed to" provide the ,For Sprains.Lameness. .
    Convert of Bulgarian' King o Black and White Mixture.. oo > ,
    ooooooooooooooo'oooooooooooo' "dot" .And trousseau. .!Dot, .it may Sores I
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    "la Interested In Relief Work. I 0 000 0'ftftft VWWWVVVVVVVVVVVyyyyy ft be observed, ii the French .equivalentfor r

    ....: N eedlevcorfoerCrocheted the English "dower," Penetrate and Heals.
    When the to complete
    notary came
    the contract' and was. reeding" the ,Stopa Pain At..Once

    ... terms Lemaitre aid:' {'The daughter For Man and Beast I2Se.
    of Frederick Lemaitre! has not need ofa
    J I buttons are extensivelyused ..dot,"- M. Le Notaire, .strike. out i .SOa 1)1.); At AH Dnkn.',

    thla season and tboae that are the dot." .

    handmade' have a distinctive charm The prospective son-ln-Uw was
    and he had the ''to LINIMENT
    present,
    clever 'courage
    all their own. When you are .
    replyt "The of Frederick
    ) ,' enough to make these buttons yourselfyou Lemaitre can easily clothe herself '
    I
    solve the difficulty of shopping for with the fame of her father. M. Le;: \ I

    unusual shades to match gowns and afyu NoUire, pay strike out tho trousseau
    : skeins of silk ," DR. DERBYSHIRE t
    coats, for twisted silk or ,. fI. a .
    I come lu almost every color as do wool : mayA Sickly- children need WHITE'S Doe General Practice giving; special! r ?

    and mercerized cotton. CREAM VERMIFUGE.. It not only attention to Obstetrics and. Diseases of, .
    The crocheting is. put over wooden destroys worms if there be but Wn. /, ,
    j I Is molds and these molds come In various it acts as a ''Strengthening, tonic I in orricc ovtR PAIACC DRUG STOR ',
    i I sbai>es and sizes-equare round obJong the stomach and bowels. Price 25c KISSIMMCt: : ft*.
    )
    Pkeae'r
    R..."" Phone tae Office '
    or oyal-aod' silk wool or mar per' bottle. Sold by Osceola Phar

    jI "cerlzed cotton can be emijjoyed) with macy.A. .I ,

    4 equal success, the material used depending TERRIBLE AFFLICTION.At .. '
    I | upon the use to which tlie but ALAN J. MacDONOUGH

    tons are to be put. Those that are covered an exhibition of paintings a lady Registered Architect '
    with silk can l be' used for ornamentation and her daughter took much interest
    'as well as for pure utility, in a picture which represepted a sol- AND
    but handmade sweaters this season dier with hollow cheeks and staring ENGINEER ,

    I are showing buttons covered with the eyes. It was called "After the Attack. BRONSON BLDG. KISSIMMRB.FLA.
    I "
    I of Lutzen.
    same material of which the sweater I "
    "What is 'Lutzen, Mary Anne
    Itself Is made either wool or silk. Buttons asked Mrs. Crockett in a whisper. J. A. TROVILLION. M. D.
    covered with mercerized cotton Special Attention to
    Mary Anne admitted that she did
    II have Infinite |sslUltleS) for they can I not know. CANCER GOITRE, TUMORS and
    be used on all dash fabrics, as they ""Well anyway" said Mrs. Crock- r DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
    launder beautifully. These buttons are ett with conviction "it's a terrible Orlando Office-Boardman Building

    quite simple to make, thetaaln secr..tbeing disease. I can see that easy enough Stolla.m.
    Winter Park Office-2 to 4 and 8
    without anybody telling me.outh'8 -
    a. I to crochet tightly so there will to 8
    p. nv 6mo
    I sepl pd
    : Companion. .
    be no spaces between the stitches, revealing -
    ; the woodcii mold) .beneath ENGLISH INJUSTICE. r

    I Start with a chain of three stitches

    j 1 I Join uud Into this ring put eight xliiglecixx An Austrian tourist traveling in SJLBUftOCKRI

    'Let, Info every second stitch of .... r the w4!st of Ireland asked an old wo
    these eight stitches put three single ""i"- man how far it was to the nearest

    crot:heL Thiswill. start the four corner : ',' town. She sadly looked at his, then
    On the next row put three BUIglc <, sighed and said: AL ESTATE ,
    "It was five nice miles two years .......................
    he Into
    fourth stitch
    crop every
    BAPl'IB BFFBOT ago, but some English bruite came
    which will bring It to the middle stitch INSURANCEExamination
    over with chains and made it seven
    Qus.M ELXONOKB OP BDIX1ABIA. of the three stitches In the row below Trimness Is tbe first word about this and our hearts are broke walking it

    Quern Eleonore was bend of one of ', r. Continue nrouid.| Increasing two suit, and the xiing military collar and ever since. Bad luck to them!" of Titles a
    stitches on each Ride, until you have metal buttons arc Its points of Interest I IDlac'k And she) disappeared into the house
    the most efficient fed Cross units In A HICB BPFJWT. made a square large enough to coverthe leaving him there.-Illustrated Bits
    velvet In lined to re-enforce tbe Specialty
    of .
    the IliiHso well I
    JnpnncHe war, as ax
    top of the mold Then crochet t".orow"
    Navy blueehet makes this ultraefft'et IT"
    ; ,
    cuffs and 1 'ollnr.'hl'b are outlined by PROOF OF
    the Bulgarian Red Cross in the liulkun i
    without Increasing) at the corners. -
    The > wars. Put III the mold and begin to Solicited.
    I a riHllncote of three-quarters skirt of the toat hangs In a gral'ei i "Marriage is a lottery with very
    Her work In the field honpltaln' decrease by skipping| e\'cry fourth "
    UiiKth. The rtMllngote has a back cut ful flare, and the .skirt itself la a good few prizes. r.
    brought her lu conflict with one of on princess lines" and the front Is a stitch Do this for several rows Then "Of course it is. The best mar

    1 out until reach the ican. .
    A
    four of Infection nmounta to an chine fulliicx' The deep collar Is of one you center.
    I row of single. crochet. nround the ceu NOVELTY WORKS *"
    slon ami when I the queen wan engagedIn leaver which also bnuds the peplum. INSERTION.An AMBIGUOUS.Wife .
    Small metal buttons light tbe (rut stitch forms a fine shank and House Bills a Specialty All litirior husk \
    miming. and after she bred returned., up (shaking her husband)
    from the hospitals she was. by theklng' ifteeves" and I l elt.. make It easier to sew on, as well as Easy P.tt.rn For Towels and John, wake upl! That's three timet Window and Door Fran.,, Winoot
    button.
    to Bureau Scarfs.Abbreviations i I've roused you. Now go and attenrto and Door 5cr.._
    order |glued lu what amountedto For round buttons start with fl Cu. chain slat the windows and doors. You don't 'Phonee: Shop 216; Resident Z3I f
    slip
    quarantine BO fur as the royal family THE CHIMNEY POT. chain of three Mtltches. join and Into : ; I e.pect'me to shut up, do you? Hul Darlington Ave. Near Freight Depot
    wall concerned. the ring put eight single crochet Into stitch; d.c., double crochet; tr., treble; (grouchilywish) you would.- --.

    King Ferdinand l Is cry fond of pomp Behold the Wid.! Brimmed Flat Sailor each of these eight stitches put two I.tr.1 long treble. ttsburg Press. II

    and ceremony, !but Quern Eleoiiore Is Evolved to Thim. vlugle crochet On the next row put Work, the middle strip. first. I W. B. Crawford Lee

    .JI reported to have tho air of dlHllklng Modish as (possible, this fall lint Is two single crochet. Into every second Begin with 22 ch., 1 tr. In fourth U GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your I CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYS.AT.LAW Jamil
    .. and of beautiful silk Ix-uvor a navy blue, stitch, then Into every third stitch reg.ulatlng from needle 18 tr in the following 18 : ,
    display to prefer a simplicity not
    to the liking of her lord. with a narrow ,'el.tJrlm and a band this by keeping tbe circle perfectly ch.. 3 ch., turn (this 3 ch. forma 1 tr. at Quirk's Chill Tonic cured mj

    lint her labors have been appreciatedby flat. When you have crocheted the beginning of every row throughout husband of LaGrippe and Fever aft- Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizen IH

    her adopted countrymen.A r __. &. enough to .'over'the top of the mold ). the doctor's medicine and other rem. Bank Building '_. '
    crochet two rows plain without, addingany ''' .t
    princess of Keusa Mho came to the First Row.-One tr. In second tr., 2 dies failed." Kisstmmee F1oridaa'
    t It dies. Fit this the i
    mold and
    .. on (
    throne of Bulgaria lu UIIJ8.< then tort, begin to take off, skipping first every tr. In next 2. 2 cb, miss 2 tr., 8 tr. In r.ULA C. ROACH, Drlfton, Fla \
    and has mothered
    eight years old since next 8 2 ch. miss 2 tr. 4 tr. In last 4
    King Ferdinand's four children fourth then every third and then every Sold by Osceola Pharmacy 25c.
    second stitch until you reach the center tr., turn with 3 ch. f
    while
    carrying on her efficient charity I
    '
    works. Now that Bulgaria goes to Tbe cohering should fit the mold Second Row.-One tr. In second tr.. DR.. W. W. CARSON >

    war file will be the head of the Bulgarian very closely HO this may have to be 2 tr. In next 2, 2 tr. under 2 ch., 8 tr. U\' \ .
    DENTIST
    lied Cross.In modified somewhat In next 8 tr., 2 tr. uDder 2 cb. 4 tr. In

    an Interview granted recently To make oval buttons start with a end 4 tr., turn with 3 ch. HousesFor Office over Filler Building 1ome
    Eleonore chain of four stitches, turn and worka Hours: 1-11 1 *
    Queen stated: Third Row.-One tr. In'second tr., 7 ; --
    Offle
    single crochet into each stitch of the 'Phen ill Realdeae'Ptoaa II
    , "Red Cross supplies are almost impossible tr. In next 7 tr.. 2 ch, miss 2 tr. 0 I tr. Gas .Administered for BlxtraoUva el
    t chain. In the last stitch put three T. r
    to in Ua'
    get Bulgaria. In the
    g1 in next I 0 tr., turn with 3 ch.
    crochet continue
    case of need we shall be abort single and ( on aroundon
    I very Fourth Row.-One tr. lit eecoDeI tr., Rent
    "of such supplies, and it is necessary the other side of the chain working "
    -tor me 'to do all I can now to increased three single crochet into tbe middle 2jtrrln' | next 2. 2 ch., miss 2 tr., 8 tr. In .-

    . stock. I used every Influence I could stitch on tbe other end. Work on ne\.t/3 tr., 2 try tinder 2 ch., 8 tr. In' CEO. F. PARKER t,a

    .-- to obtain supplies from Austria--our around putting three single crochet next 8 tr., 2 ch., miss 2 tr., 4 tr. in end and ATTORNEY-AT.LAW

    usual source-but except for a few into the middle stitch of each end. If 4 tr., turn with 3 ch.

    small packages bought as If for my It does not lie smooth put in four Fifth Row.-Llk the second. Collections and ConveraneMScecialtles >

    I personal use I have been able to get I stItches Instead of three on each end. Sixth How.-One tr. In second tr, 2 FOR SALEThe 4
    When you have worked enough to COy
    nothlug. I tr. In next 2 tr., 6 ch., 1 l.tr. between Ill 1.1 Broadwar i
    er the top of the mold make two plain
    Tips on House Plants. J't' A g rows all around. Insert mold and begin sixth and seventh tr., U ch, miss 6 tr.. 4 I I ,
    tr. In next 4, 3 ch., turn.
    Palms are much used for Interior to take off by skipping every fourth
    .decorations where there Is direct A JAUNTY TILT. stitch t then every third and every second Seventh Row-One tr. in second tr,
    sunlight Regular watering no Is CHMCII. of wide groHtfrnln navy ribbon run stitch until It Is finished Then 2 tr. In next 2 tr., 0 ch, miss 5; ch., I Elite Realty ParlorMRS. r' T. M. RIVERS.: M. D. (

    teal, with en|>e< lal care not to over- through a slender steel buckle. Thin work one row around fie! middle stitch d.c. In next 1 dc In 1 Itr, 1 d.1!. In 'UMMCRS. Mgr. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON l

    water. It Is better with moil palms to shaH[ Khares pularlty| with the postll- no a shank Of course these directions next ch., 0 ch, 4 tr. lu next 4 tr. 3 Ch, 207 tin It.. CM. luck Merit kieshusesJ. Office over Osceola PharmacyPhone
    keep them a little dry than too wet lou silk beaver und the regular "top- may very a little, according to the Blue turn. Residence (I '

    While email), wash the foliage occasionally lsr" of the button but a little experience Eighth Row.-One tr. In second tr. Office 141U i

    with soap suds Hindu from a good helps to overcome any difficulties 2 tr. In next 2 tr. 5) ch. miss 5) ch,

    soap. Jin riled lately follow with a The Stylish Woman. 1 d.c. In next :3 I d.c. In 3 d.c., 1 d.c. lu 1 ,
    thorough rliiHliiif. When too large for A stylish viiiuiin' has a good poise Belt In Favor. J. A. SCHREIFELS D. C. F KK1HI13 W. J. BTEBD r
    She nlanils well und she walks Belts mire In high furor which ,
    will again
    thin, spray the tops frilUtntly| with -' .' . .. -" KRIBBS &: STEED .
    clear water.Itrownlug. cold she carries her head well and her I Is probahlv due to I the fact I that most 'i : CHIROPRACTORSpecialty a
    at the tlJ|pH usually comes clothes) lake on the right It" liiK. 1'ul of the frv ck-.uud skirls have the trim : 't rrf..r,., V! ATTIlfFY8 AT LAW '

    from ovorvuiterliiK ut the rcxitt Trim I the same loljius. on the woman who normal w'mist line. ....... .---"' .... ".. in Nervous and Chronic
    ... .. .. Legal business of all kinds
    ? :., .r given
    off the brown tips) as they xlll never sliiiuls" on her lieds Instead of on I the 1 ht.leather hilts nre more varied and : Diieatei.

    rocmer. It the leaver turn yellow, I look i )bulls of her Celt the \\oiunn who sinks I beautiful (linn over before ,!r: ;j. !(i f'f:!' \ prompt attention.Omcci ,'

    1 for scale on the( underside find .lie sure ilii'" ii In her cornet und. li>' ItO doing/ I They'' range In width' from" two to etchnehes -....'.--." .. ..., ..._ ". . Cnsullilioa and Spud Analysis Free KlHsliiiiuee.11 and 12 State Florida.Pat Bank. Bide
    you lire not uccrwnterlug.Vash/ the I thrown her iitnlumcM ontnanl, her hips and lu many canes are much ::' I,[t.> !:4{&, : Opening Office October 2nd

    scale oft or spray with kerosene emiil i forward. )lots her chest. sink In anil herKhoulders sw, .lib.. .r. ,-!-H', '':,:" ,,::,. ;.,- "- .........a : ,
    stun or whale oil sump or hoiiie' nltotliie roil ml for vurd, while her Intent leather Is Much In favor for +.*:.***'.'..'. >i m'et: :v OFFICE HOURS:

    preparation Do not ripiiit too often I'ink hollows below tho ualst ,line- the new belts( mid It Is shown In various v.ae4.iaUUl.U Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Johnston Q P. Oarrett
    any aiiionnt of style In the colorings/ (''''11 1,111,1 with black JOHNSTON &
    If a piilm grows three new leaven a costume >r between 7 and 11 A. M.JitiniinBldt : CARREnATTORNEYAT.LAW
    ;
    year It does noil Use the name treatment worn bj this woman I Is nnnllonecl ul'by white One bountiful wide belt of soft .. ... .. .. .. .... '.. ... .. ... 1141-2B! mwirJciiinJudjerirk8r'iLEWIS

    for ol" nndi-rs. the lack of stile In the woman herself trushuhle, white kid bail a shaix-d Ill-

    Rubber plants are especially nails set piece of blue patent leather at Inch: FOB CCKTAJMS. - - Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank
    factory to grow where there It a good The lines of a woman a gown or side There was a long narrow buckleof Building ;v'
    light without direct "ulIlIht.Vatpr cloak are altered to their rulu when wbltu mid.Another 1. next ch., 5; ch., 4 tr. In last 4 tr., 3 ch., Klaelmraee. r... '

    often enough to keep the soil moist, by Incorrect carriage of her body they I wide .belt of white kid bad turn. O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW .
    but do not under any circumstances I are turned and twisted out of place a large !buckle of white kid and red Ninth Ilow.-One tr. In second tr.. 2

    permit water to stand about the roots The woman who Is admired for her I intent[ leather trimmings. Another wide tr. In next 2 tr.. tI ch., miss 1 d.c., 3 etc Waring Building.

    nor allow It to become bone dry. A style In dressing looks-no matter what licit of white kid had trimmings of In next 3, O ch, 4 tr. In licit 4 tr., 3 ch., J. W. THOMPSON .
    the time or the O'l'a"lon-os If what !brown suede I turn. +
    potted plant set In a jardiniere needs
    especial care not to overwater Wash irtie wears at that time upon that occasion Tenth How.-One tr. In second tr., 2 FUNERAL DIRECTORand

    tbe foliage frequently with soapsuds had been. planned with reference Pineapple Shortcake.One I tr. In next 2 tr., 0 ch, 1 ltr. In middle >844048414tN . ..OO.t..O'.Oc. .
    to that stitch of :3 I d.c ti cb 4 tr. In 4 end tr.
    and rinse at once. Repot occasionally time, that place and to cupful of butter, two cupfuls of ,
    ""as the pbf becomes full of .roots Feed her.-Good Health: powdered sugar three cupfuls of flour, 3 ch, turn.Eleventh. LICENSED EMBALMER "
    one cupful of milk the whites of four Row.-One tr. In second tr.,
    once In two to four weeks with dilute W. GRIFFINStaple
    solution of nitrate of soda a heaping Label the Bo.... eggs and a little salt Cream butter 2 tr in next 2 tr.. 6 tr. In next loop tr Store and Chapel Stewart Aval f z

    r teaspoonful dissolved In water or ammonia Every household has large boxes at and sugar, sdd milk and beat hard before In. 4 tr.. 3 ch.. turn. KlMimmee. Fla. r
    water. least for hats sometimes for furs and putting In tbe whites of the eggs. Repeat from ant row for length re- and FancyGROCERIES ,

    waists and other articles of dress and 81ft two teaspoonfuls of cream of tar .quired. ... ..00..0. ..... . . .....
    "'\ Your Shoes and Glov. many small boxes for other belongings tar and one of soda In tbe flour beatIng Tbe following rowlaNl worked along
    ... In the hunt for lightly. each side of the strip: TILLER
    Good shoes fresh gloves, a becoming something almost forgotten ;
    4 First Row.-Two tr. In tr. loop at the ; Ire 'iMt' \
    tat, neat and fresh neckwear of rood the housekeeper often squanders Filling and Icing.-BoH one cupful of
    .' .quality-these are.extravagances which precious momenta In searching granulated sugar and oue-ouarter of a end of a row-- raW' the stitch of second Real Estate Agency. r 4h

    " any woman who makes a pretense to through every likely depository and cupful of pineapple juice, strained, tr. through. < the ant throughout : : Free Delivery to all Part '. I ____- _......'In T
    ' elng well dressed should Indulge In. probably comes upon the object of her for six minutes !after adding one teaspoonful this row, 7 ch., miss 1 ch.. turn, 1 of the City
    .,
    ",; '*f Good shoes do not simply mean expensive quest In the last box of the selected; of lemon Juice Beat the sLst, 1 de.; 1 short tr.. 1 tr. 1 Ltr. and Realty bought and sold. ,

    If' shoes once bought It means group. I wblte of an egg to a stiff froth add 1 triple tr. respectively Into 6 ch.. tola House rented.Taxes r ,

    .' .shoes) provided with an endowment All this waste of time and energycan i .tile boiled .sirup gradually to It, whipping 1 tr. loop( on. strip 2 tr. In next, aad paid and Titles rented

    M'. 'fnndVbat they may be always kept upi be saved by tbe use of labels which I the mixture: a* the sirup Is added repeat from C. F THRASHER for DOlHea deatL .w ".
    *t the heel always kept clean and record the contents of each box. Some with tile egg whip. Beat six minute Second Row..-OM d-c. hi potat .f Life and Accident In1
    < Fire -
    '; tlack.' The same la true about glores recently noted captions of thla kind longer and ice tbe take thickly. For first group 4 elL, 1 &6. la punt ef SHBfl METAL WORKER I

    rang is poorer economy than tor were "Bine; Velvet Bat" "1. B.1 Pan- filling a<24 enough finely chopped pineapple next and repeat from .. III.,.,R..,. Art .M -.4 1 toraaea, '
    '; 3P;.,mr soiled wbrte glove, BO matter am. -Hat." "8maB*Tack.lad Nails," to dw icing to make It moist aDd Third. Row*-Thrre tr. In 1 d.e. of tat c.--teM Indemaity Bond
    .. 1 ch, 81 tr. la next d ..
    -Empty Bottles, "Oorka. .thick. row .c., and *
    !bow good their quality. peat from .. PHONE+.lt ICU /IIII FLA .. .... ...... .. .. ... .. ..
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    r '. 'PAGE, -12 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY: : GAZETTE FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER: 22, ijr




    / r "MMMH :" GRADED I AND? COUNTY HIGH AND OTHER HOME :


    r ; Society i Notes ; SCHOOLS. OPENREMARKS: ::: ,

    (Continued from Page One.)
    Ting IN OSCEOLA COUN

    r 1 (Mrs. E. E. Well., Editor.) m where'the pupil Improperly-to work il too put difficult.him or her h, '4.

    "Your principal and; his assistants
    '; I Reqaeri is .ado to all patro.a.of t.. Valley Gaxcttt to end items have been as liberal a. possible in

    grading boys and a iris," said Mr. information or advice; about
    ." J Society Eyeala0'\ tbo Editor for piblicatioi ia tress colom. Evans; "but you we must set come stand- one in Osceola county desiring
    home'work obtain it grain by applying to
    .. . .. ard, and we must not 'fall below that or other_ may
    i..o..o.o.; .f standard. There will be Miss Albina Smith. Osceola County Home Work Demonstrator. ;
    4> 111 fll Oil Iii -I IOIOHI6 disappointments
    xscars "
    : ? here today; there tears The United States and Osceola county governments employ her for

    ,, TINDALL-BARBER 'WEDDING. friends greeted her from an adjoin- here today, tears that are bitter: we that Residence 107 East Magnolia street Ki *imme .
    purpose. .
    ing room. have had them before!, and we have s
    a I Many of tho Kissimmee people will An amusing (contest. entitled" survived them and we must survive (Telephone 107.)

    be pleased to learn of the pretty wed- "Twisted Animals," had been arranged r them again. Years get close to my -- ""
    occurred at the home of for a diversion the prize being F sympathies (laughter), but I must I The home demonstration work for ,, made. Experiments in making( catsup .17
    ding: which won by Mrs. Driggers.: During the harden myself against them for your Osceola county, under the supervision ,I are also in progress.
    Mrs. M. D... Tindall at Whittier, on evening vocal selections by Miss Ella own good and for the good of the of Miss Albina Smith, is nearing the I --

    Sunday, when Miss Alice Tindall became Mae Gilbert and piano selections by 8 schooL You may cry-but we must ,clone of a successful year's work. |I I Preparations for the exhibit to h : :$

    the bride of Clyde Barber of Miss Adah Wagner delighted: the ..ri be just. If it is found that you have Conforming: with the Reasons, ',this mode at the: "short course; ," to be given e <
    guests. i not fitte'd' yourself] foA grade to work is begun some time in Novcm- in Kissimmee about Nov, 1, are bev' .. ,.

    this vicinity. A dainty ice crenm course with d s which you aspire, you must content ;her, at "garden planting time" and ing made if* nil the clubs. '
    Promptly at high noon the marriage chocolate mints, was served from the I yourself to remain in a lower grade i is continued until the following au.tumn. ''
    { ;
    : vows were [said and after the dining table decorated with cut flowers -, x !Sometimes we make a mistak.; well 1 I During the past week Miss Smltw) ; XI

    :young people had received the congratulations carrying out a color !schemeif 'NOEL A. CYCLONE may place yoli in :n gale lower than visitedth? sluts] at Center Park ?
    of the guests, the entire pink and white ( ) MITCHELL I I that which ] :
    i to entitled but I r.ct-'d
    you are ;
    '
    thirteen ] actively -
    where girls are
    were | Progressive! Candidate )For Governorof '' Miss I Smith the latter partof ( p.nval'.d -
    of nbout fifty guests Mrs. Cole then 'vou have it in !
    company was l presented with your power by your :
    Florida.] Adv. August from Nashville Tenn., / in thn work I I. at Kissimmee .
    served with an ('1a')>o-ute course din- a book, and, each guest was "requested ( ) I I work, to how us our mistake. and we where she} completed a special course Paik and at Bnssvill.a. 1;
    to write an original verne of "cell rectify it at once and place you ,. .
    in rnnninjr and similar work and the -
    ner.The
    swc"et and :
    bride looked very "good-by. \I here belong i
    girlish in her dress of white satin. Those attending this event included Ministerial Association. you Mrs l.upfer Rcie. (I clubs throughout the county arc rurJryinjr Special: arrangements are being 'i;it'u j ,i

    Mr. and Mrs. Uarlwr left immediately I !Mesdames\ I.. H. Ingram, George; Persons Elects New OfficersAt I : :Mr. Evans then I listed if anyone ; on their plans with renewedenergy. made by the members of tlie county II

    1 ) for Kissimmee to spend the II. E. Cole, )Drigger/ Guy Gardner I hud any ju-'stion to ask or anythingto school board and the loch' school au'f
    week with the groom's parents, Mr. D. G. Wagner :Milton Pledger, of suggest or say-vhernunon :Miss I l 7the thorities to act aside a definite period of ,.
    and Mrs. S. G. Barber, of the llog yJ J. Z. Roberson, Bailey and E. E. Ministers'a meeting Association the this Kissimmee! t :Mary C. Bryan arose and suggested j The attention girls] i i. now in the school work during Miss \. N;)

    Creek section. Wells lend !Misses\ Ella: :lllIe Gilbert, S. W. Lawler week Rev. [ that Mrs." Lupfer recite a certain: 'devoted to preparing guava! products, Smith's regular] visits! when basketry y

    They will make their home with thebride's Nina Bratton Ouida :halloAlice instead .i J mother, Mrs. Tindall at Whit- I. Wagner. Elsie Norton Irene Ingram, from local bounds. Rev. removed appropriate to the ncca..ion.III's. and jellies pre baring grR.'t] :"'.

    tier, where Mr. Barber is engaged in Helen learn, Maude Wagner: and Adah Chisholm was elected vice-president A. M. |( : Lupfer complied by effectively II I ::
    < I A sr.- AA A .
    . the cattle business. Wagner. to till the "acancoccasioned the reciting! .--r.-r.r.---.ro---------.ro------orv--vv- --yy ).
    a Relatives attending the wedding a aMISS by thus expressing both the mother'sview !
    Lawler
    promotion of Mr.
    from Kissimmee were Mr. and Mrs. : MAl'DE: AICEWAGNER ; and Rev. I O. and the child's, view. f
    B. *
    : Falls elected
    was
    to fill ;
    S. G. Barber and daughter, Miss ENTERTAINSMiss the office secretary After, which Miss who
    i Myrtle; Mr and Mrs. R. S. )Floyd, Mr. -.vacated-hy'1r.- -. Chi-- . :1' and Mrs. Julius Smith and daughter Maude slice Wagner enter CIILTI CH. piano air to which the teacherimarched '
    Miss Vivian and Rull Bass. r tained the gneml-.c-rs" of her Sunday out their respective. classesto ? ,

    school class Wednesday afternoon Rev. Smith Harciin' presiding elder their various rooms. I
    _MISS.U__ mACE WlNN HONORED.) with a pleasant outin" at her country I of the Orlando district ii.tll' New Work and New Teacher. Is No Accident But the Result of /r.

    t home j just m rth of this city. preach at the MethodiMttu":; h next Domestic science or home econmicsis : ,
    The home of Dr. T. M. Rivera, on I The time was spent in merry frames: { Sunday morning: a now deoartment. The cottage .,:
    Mabbctte street, was the scene of a on the lawn, wlrere refreshments of - ) adjoining the Presbyterian church and Scientific Milling of the : ;
    Friday night, ( cakes and CATHOLIC ('II ['RUB '
    pleasant (fathering; ; candy were served. SERVICES.Devotion facing the High School has been fit-
    .
    when the members of the young: peo- At the party were Fred Evans ted up to accommodate this work :a b.. .4:
    ple's class entertained complimentaryto I Eustis Peak, Clyde" Harris, Buster and confession Saturday, four year course of which has been
    Miss .Grace Winn, who is leaving Hankinn Irvin Dril!' ers. Dorsey Ky- | Sept. 23, at 7:30: p. m. Mass Sun |lay arranged. BEST SPRING WHEAT .i

    l to enter school at Tallahassee. brand Willie Joiner, Dowling Graham I at aft.1 R a. m. Sunday .school immediately It is estimated that tHe cost of the.
    "Grace's First Day at College; a ,land Arthur, Flint. mass. material for the cooking lessons will
    clever contest wherein the spaceswere ... I As Father Fox is away on his Vacation '
    : filled with words spelled alike KEKAMIC CLt'B. and rest, Father Golden w.ll average 2 cents per child per lesson.The FOR BREAD OR BISCUIT, IT'S THE BEST t.
    horn" economics cottage or annex .
    backward and forward had been ar- I hake his place. _ i is arranged for a living-room a 24 pound sack Occident Flour ,
    $1.35
    ,
    Monday afternoon
    ranged for a diversion. The prize, a a well attended .
    dining room and two kitchens. Each'
    i box of candy was presented to the meeting of the Keramic Club was held I pnESB"'TEIU.'HI'R'II.' kitchen contains i iso oil !stoves and, 24 Pillsbury Flour, 1.29 {. :
    honoree, and the consolation was at the ntudio of Mrs. S. 1//. Bullock, The of "
    subject I the nasto"'s Sun .wo large cabinet; tables.Miss Oklahoma
    24
    rf with Mrs. t Flour 1.25 : '
    the Aultman
    During Henry and :Mrs. .
    awarded to Lyles Story. ; day
    I morning/ sermon will he "Unix er- : :Nellie McQuarrie: of Gainesville ; :
    remainder of the evening; the young Bullock host sseR. The time was sal Co-operation," and at night; "Tiie FIn has charge of this new people made merry with favorite spent mostly in club routine. Grave;, Question of Pilate Before the' She is a daughter of r. K \ -
    Delicious 12 1.2 pounds Granulated Sugar 1.00 -
    sandwiches : ,
    games. cakes and Jewish :Moli." MrQuarrio( head of tru1 atfricultur'ilfxtensi.,11 t: :!
    / Misses Madge and Eunice Rivers iced tea were served to there (ruestt,: work, of the Univers'tv ::1(; Crisco 25c and . .50 '" .: :
    assisted Misses Abbie Harris and I Mrs. Gay Livingston !'III' R. Eugene I COLl'MUIA: COLLEGE
    I Florida.] :Miss : has taken
    Bryan Mrs. J. I I/. McQuarrie J i': New Irish Potatoes, per peck .40
    Rhea Pherijro in serving a delicious Clark Mrs. Kin -- irMl
    ; I : ;: ''ip her duties here in ;i niUniwr th itn'yeiik t
    A ice cream course (I Miss Elizabeth Aultmiin !Misses' On 'Vcin".d'lA.. P. :Montagmi -. energy and "tY "ie'HOY. She ::: Taylor's Pick Coffee, .25 f.TO
    k Enjoying: the occasion were: Superintendent i i Anne aid Inez! ("arson, Carolyn Fripp i President of Columbia College, wtr"d I i ii '.a*. had! 'rieMci'' in this \voik in t .
    $ C. E. Yowell teacher of 'and Josephine ReynpIds.a. ", i (C. A. Carson of this place, who i ji | r;ai>ies\i lie's"X'| schools, "having, taughtt : IF IT'S NOT GOOD RETURN rr-.J '1 '
    Misses X'" l trustee of the college, that the
    the class; Rv. A. M. Chisholm, ) enrollment l- t there in ('onll'liowilh/ ,
    (I Mattie Belle Harris, Grace and! RECEPTION OF TEACHERS.The !: on the opening/ day showed Gussie Winn Lois Johnson, LonorcVnnDuzer I ;- increase of Kn! per ":-nt over the "ip I Anna and Marprnret ]DaviilBO !'Ilotht'r"T-lIchl'rs') Club ing day of last yeJ r. 4.Taylor's .
    Rhea and, Porchia Pherijro Jessie ,will have a reception tonight lit( th" This is a most remarkable incron o.1|l :Nauele/ Teaches. in Pint'llas. .
    :
    Cornell, Alma Cooper Kathryn Jack- Hart Memorial building( in honor i.f and time teachers in local Yully (;Jazetli'1fiiri.icr. ( editor, ,is I Cash t
    1 t&ntutn Elsie McCoskey, Abbie Harris our schools. a year of splendid] achievement. Grocery
    !
    4r: ..:.:.Mrs. Julius Smith Mrs. A. W. Winn There will (tie a musical program --- - - --- 'i-arhi'ig: ; the l fifth, sixth a rid -''f'l1th I
    {! "vacation echoes" from members andguests nudes in the public schools; at Largo/ ,
    4'Meaars.. Bearden. Lyles Story
    .: Ralph City Valuation and tM
    : .
    .
    !" Lacy and Sheldon Johnson., Roams and a short address from sixteen mi1 from St. IVtersburg. A I

    i .trN''lJ/l)' /Dann, Robert Jackson George Yoi i Principal R. !M. Evans.. Members I II Millage Remains Same ')position, '- as offers invite (Grammar; School hut sh" had
    may guests.
    t. ,,,1s +fr sum Price Roppr( and W. A. Winn. I' I .
    "\..I\\, .. I I' a I As it has been customary for the 'to decline it because already she had OOOO.4 OOOO_ 00006.0 + 063< .* PRISC1LLA CLUB. EN LOW-BARRS. j| engaged: for tll' PinHlas county a
    t city tax assessor to assess the property school.B. I' ----- ; .
    in the city on only a two.-third I
    l 'j, ('J v Mrs. John W. Chapman entertained Married at Orlando Fla., this basis the millage is ItO OoOoOo 04OH"O 0 0'00000000
    necessarily high-
    Priscilla Club week: Miss Maud Enlow E. Evans "Subbing" in Science.B. .
    ed .the member of the daughterof 9 r, and experience shows that this '
    Saturday afternoon at her cozy home.j Rev and Mis. C. E. Enlow, and often works to the disadvantage of E. Evans, Uncle Sam's agricul- Our
    n in,,'North 'Kl immee. Upon ar-I Roland D. Barrs,'son of Rev. and 'Mrs. town, as the majority of prospective a tural representative in Osceola county I Why Customers

    ,ij rival the guests were invited into the William M. Barrs-all of Orlando. investors. simply Inquire the rate of is serving.as a substitute teacherof
    dining room, where punch was nerved, I The wadding was quiet and' informal miliage and overlook the basis Science this week in the Osceola .
    r and fancy work later occupied their but was unusual in the fact that the :: which the comparison Is -on High School.S. "
    made. Are
    ( I Satisfied
    fathers of the .
    ti
    1 Attention. couple jointly performs1 -- In order to put Kissimmee in the . r.. .
    the .- D. Bailey has planted quarter .
    r Those attending were Mesdames J. marriage ceremonv. Mr. and I; class to which it a
    o- L. Beaman H. N. Bratton, Julius Mrs. Barrs are spending their honeymoon l big proper effort was made at a sp-ocicl belongs meting ; a acre of strawberries on his form lot ; I
    S. I on river boats to Jacksonville it the southwest corner of Patrick
    Smith R. Floyd and wee daughter I of the City Council last night toincrease
    ( 1>1. H. Porter, J. M. Byars J. r. and elsewhere. the tax assessor's figures to i Reaves. H. R. Dale, Jack Bans :M. E. * 'the actual cash vclue of all property Kissimmee. Best Quality Goods. Prompt Delivery; f .

    Waring, J. 'r.. Overstreet and Mrs E. KISSIMMEE WOM: \N'S CLl'B. in the city and, , I '
    i : E. Wells and Miss Myrtle Barber I The Kissimmee Woman's "lull will the millage correspondingly but. this would reduce When your wife asks vou "how is ::!=: Accurate Prescription Service.
    ; as j "
    1 Mrs. J. J. Woodall will he the host- hold the opening meeting of the season 'necessitate. ; a antic Tbeinnr 'business ? say it's middling. If you 'i
    : >
    -. N ess at the next meeting of this popular at the Hart ;Memorial building' the newspapers{ of the Council's given; in-I n ;j! say ,it's fine she will strike you for .1 .;: PRICES RIGHT '
    the first. :Monday October. I In Vw silk dress.. And if it's
    I l club. in the 'M'ntion to take such aitioi, and woulddelay you say j V
    a absence of the pr'sidl'nt.lrR.: :Minnie the i poor, she'll aunt you to cut out those
    asset-MTic'it) too long, it W.IK .
    FAREWELL PAin"FOIt MRS : '] tine cigars."
    Moore-WilUon Mrs. W. B.
    Maki'i-
    linallv t.
    .
    deemed 1 best I at this tinv to 'He'
    o COLE. I son will preside. All members are requested t the old basis and .make the changenext ,,,'1 HI:.
    to att nd.
    k Mrs. L. II. Ingram and Mrs. George I'' year.Comparative Valuation I ;Noli: it ,he, , b,,, uitili, 'li.it, ittllllllllU : Corner Drug Store >.k

    --k Persons charmingly entertained oil B. K. Evans; county agent for Uncle The town t)ix levies for 1H5! : and tll'., .lux', ;:t lot VK,< SH'ii.III::* Ill IIUIIMIKI.: to.; :i ;111.,:::1'' \ial<|,Mll7IIIL-,, I': 1 It i .
    Tuesday evening the members of theKing's Sam has su u trejtnmming I91fi! !)! f) are composed as follows,: "" 'I'ur.la] , ...i>|.t. mb.1, ,> I I'Mh. !I'']1'. IIIIIM ::: THE SANITARY FOUNTAIN PHONE 297 !
    f Daughters class of the Methodist Broadway ,t..t""II".1 l l\, .. i.r ,. .1. "
    c job on that is int t 'onu" 'II 1 11
    1 191! t"; Ilt.-! Increase.Kealty .j
    ,
    r Sunday school at the home of t t->nded to the l'lt\" "T l K i.'slo"ner. tl llllH III ;|HH> KW- '
    improve looks of the $1,214.9J.1: : : ; ,. i4tt OO 6OCl06 oOOOO .0600. ,M
    't $il2ia.t: {ti :SK; <;,::110 uut "II Ih roll'IU" ,1..1 | 'fMllril '- r ,
    '? ) Mrs. Ingram, on Mabhette street. trees on that thoroughfare and save "I'ersonj'l.! :!4:11Ii1i7.H4i: ; )!): :{ ; : ':2HSr: ,(0Kuilioad ) |iI.p.' ,| I1.I' I lU l\ .L.
    wl The occasion was a farewell party their lives. Some of them I. i :. I ',eu' P" $ d 111
    p! die : i \ .5M
    may :
    & : ; : : iZ:::
    ; ;:: ; : :
    in honor of Mrs H. E. Cole, who will anyhow. Mr. Evans thinks that t 1 1telej'rapH < talon' 2ii mi.; iois -.t I to
    i 1f possibly 43,890! 41,829 2,070 Kif-Hlnini.-i-, nothingI'olks: t4."" "". Smart Fall Dresses Easily Made At Home
    : leave at early date for Lakeland, he
    an have .
    to dynamite
    may th.'m.I I I ___ __ i",|t'.1(| tn 46,11 mi.M.irli j
    ) ; I j where she will permanently re.ide., The street force uner! B. E. K.'s ; I llinH.:' T.I u11ucc" ,'al..' ,,1 to. $3-
    Mrs. Persons invited the honoree totipend Total.$1,602,839 I ( : $1 ,,r.S:50t:! ,: $I((>4.;'W till. IHI
    direction performed the work in
    a
    i 'Decrease. lien' '1'tson $tu"umI' "al",1 ,Inli A
    :t7 t t: iri"" the evening visiting Mrs In- mane?r that suggests; the same treatment I *-.'IHI nil !i-2; ,
    f \t gram\ and she was quite pleasantly for trees on other streets of the One ton of whale hlubber will yield kl. .
    surprised, when of : "" c
    nnrtv Inwn ar4'
    a merry
    1 i TIO irnllo?a of oil. at .. I In-fi-fiiff, inillHpil that tl' FREECOUPON ., ;
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    \ I Ia Iyt 1'"nn ''I| "III nn.t nt lln ui' rIIhnnl M
    '''. i ..n' 'h. :7iI.I<, IM\| iif' n.I t..l., "r, 1 I'll (:. ,il I

    I ;':'in::I.V.ilnlH..I t. In:: 'I..I II.' :tin-ili\: "pni.n.\\li\'.", ;h'r: -.,ii..i"I" n:;:
    \ ... I v.nn ale, .ll"i\ .. H> I mint flliilllil ,not I I'l .
    : ., .
    I ]' ll I I1H sling II Ill'l 'Ill ?
    \
    .1 i It: 'III.IICH'C.! '' I \ for !
    Y I"..-Jt t ,I't, ,tk I mil l'tt"t KlHHlninn., any
    .
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    iriiiri; 1,1'rill' : ii>. \ III' ins <>,. \ ()\ = McCALLPATTERN }
    I Mi: FIIC.'I'1'1': 11t h. ,T
    KI\: t\.t n.1.1IN: "nilT: \ I: ?,.' .h1'
    : THE BARRIER ii.oiimt.' 'I'. TIII: i.usi: orIII D>: I I: .f
    'IMSS: .1:1 'x. I-:. rain.111iN. x

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    L.uimil. .," rnllit.ii1, i S.iillll\ \(17) .. *. il included in ;).
    i itl'i-r, Ih:1u.I: I:. al 1 I Kvtiil., 'I .:". I 71; :il
    That exists between the banks \ll .nihel, I.oa11s. flllll, lllHI'-IU, "is. :It 1 t J'I7 s 4 -, ) \ Ji \\ '
    and the '
    "t I majority of their cu'to- .\ /Minns 2n :J" t the purchase of ;

    pp l., t mers is deplorable and may be raced( largely to the disposition on ,lniklnu: wit,.,I ,l-'l\tii MIIIIHI'r.-m. .- Vu, lintels" t S.-.4 :3" :-\ \\I,., 1 \ '
    , ., TheMcCallBook
    ' Inn. friitii' I 111",1.,1| : Il.iukHIM.t:! :'Z"In \
    the part of the banks to maintain as complete a mystery as possible in " i I UH. told I chHtitri': : s torIar \
    h ti l II t ,. I" n,1ug. __ __ uuOu_ fiO 41. ,...
    2 the of their business. <'!i .h "'l nand --- 1.14:, '! .,
    operation Take for instance the v- ? :
    with
    man good "lOr Stamps, _ -- -- 6 : ; of
    (1 1s 1 Kxiliw: | a and Taxes, Paid1.714 4Tulnl "I l ; .
    credit and good collateral, he cannot for the life of him understand _
    1 4 -- -__ '23: Unpltnl 27 ,( )
    R{f f 1 1 why the bank does not rush out to welcome his application for a loan, (l- \ :Klunl Stork lniiOMlm Paid: 1 III'Uh-J)-.,('t' 15.000 0"Inillx \ k Fashionsfor 1
    : a
    . the bank to ,Chi-ck h _- __- -_ B 393 fir\ I k'I ; .
    knowing has a large amount of surplus funds to place. <'nehier', l'hrkii LiulstntullnK fis oniir '
    1 .. 8 Earnings huhh___ 1.878 72 Autumn .. ; I
    1 I The fact that he may be, at that time, using a large amount of
    ..Atth.elanofth.Clock' Total __h _hUU_ _u. 23.14O 27 1r 1 ;
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