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 29, 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: VID00770
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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i CITY COUNCIL REDUCES *. .;>i State. Wide. 'CleanUp Week I MORE' THAN "ONE MILE'. ,OF --, -- ,:




f _ TAXES FOR NEXT LEVY Oct. 9.1; ( STREET ,PAVING IS' BEGUN '



To the President* of the Constituent Organizations of the Florida Federated -


Will i I Be 2 Mills Less Than Last NEW CO-OPERATIVE I Dear Madam, Women'Presidents' Club: CONSPICIOUS CITIZENOF Tucker Brick Company's, Newly .



g Year Annual Budget Put MARKETING BODY Request The your date for Mayor the to autumn issue deaa.a proclamation.., U fast approaching Let as make-Oct.this 914.the KISSIMMEE DIES Invented Compressed Wood \


At $27,943-01 best clean-up campaign Florida has ever had. ....- Brick Will Be Used.

ANOTHER MOVMENT: TO ELIMINATE Get every place clean and looking it* best before our guests (the COMMUNITY LOSES ONE OF ITS -

MIDDLEMEN IN MARKETING tourists) ani... MOST USEFUL CITIZENS IN
City taxes In Kissimmeo have been Dr. J. Y. State Health THE DEATH Work has been commenced the .
jJ FARM PRODUCTS-OF. I am pleased to a.aoceI Porter OF J. W. PREN- on .
reduced the Council. The
by City
millage tear been cut from, 23 mills to FICIALg EXPECT 50.000 MEM- Officer, has tendered I his assistance and co-operation ia this work. TIS-BURIED WITH MASONIC street 10 last paving between contracted for Council on Mar and

21 mine "' BERS. Yours for the cleanest and most healthful State in the Union. HONORS-FUNERAL LARGELY the Tucker Brick our Company City of Kis

Next year it is almost 'certain the MRS. J. A. HENDLEY ATTENDED.At simmee. ,

councilmen will fix property valuations The Florida Co-operative Shipping Chairman of Civics Department of Florida Federated Women's Clubs.Mayor's A force of workmen under the dirsction ,

to comply fully with the law League is an organization recently 3:40 o'clock last Saturday afternoon of A. M. Snow is engaged in
pertaining to tax assessments. In formed for the purpose of receiving, placing cement curbstone on both
death called from
y$ which case tho levy would be reduced grading, billing, shipping, and mark Kissimmeeand sides of Vino street from the railroad. ,
+ to 14 15 mills. Proclamation. Osceola county one of their
or most
1 eting farm products direct between to the eastern ,city limit.
Last Monday night, Sep. 25, that prominent and useful citizens.
produoer and consumer. Ray R. Flintis Mr. Snow says the curbstone work
City Council met in special session to its president, with desk room at I ---- James William Prentis died at that will occupy about two week. time.:'.
'+, take final action on the city budget 351 East Third street Jacksonville, hour at his home, near Fish Lake after Pavement laying will be commenced
t and its complementary millage for To All Citizens or Residents of the City of Kissinune. Fla.-Greeting: a brief illness. A tumor on his within two or: three weeks A .representative ;l
Fla.Mr.
; the ensuing fiscal year. Councilman Flint says headquarters wlil be Whereas, the Florida Federation of Women's Clubs has set apart brain was the direct cause of his of tho Tucker Brick ComI -
Bryan, Carson, Thomas 'and Thompson established somewhere on the Jack I death though his health had been manufacture of the brick,
the week of Oct. 9 to Oct. 14 as a period wherein the citizens, women pany says ;!
attended; also City Attorney sonville water front, and Knvenient generally impaired during. the previous will start about ten days hence but 4
and of the various in the State of Florida shall
O'Bryan. to the railroads, at which farm pro men, municipaUtJei I several months. that a week or more may elapse before -'
The budget agreed upon amounts to ducts .mUbe received and shipped.At personally co-operate in promoting the cleanliness, the health .and, the. I. Mr. Prentis's condition was not the company is prepared begin

327,843.01. The separate items with these headquarters, farm com- attractiveness of their reepKtin'cOmp1unitiea.. considered seriously until about ten paving. '-
is'' the millage necessary for each, arc modities will. be received, graded and days ago when he became confinedto I This contract piovidcsj for approimately *-*
Whereas, the Mayor of Kiuimmee has been requested to lend the
follows his bed where he remained until
apportioned ,
as :
made up into car lots for market des I a half mile of paving'frour ,
General revenue fund 3991.87 tinations. These cars will be billedto influence of his office to this laudable work. the end came. It had bean thoughtthat Clyde avenue to tho southeastern city

3 mills. retailers in various cities who will Therefore I I. as Mayor of Kissimmee do earnestly request and his Indisposition was due mainly limits. )1

,Er Street lights, $3,326.b6-2W mill%. consent to act as distributors, each urge all citizens or residents of this city to devote as much as possible I to overwork, and that he would improve -. e Streets to Be Pared.
Street fund, 2661.242 mills. by laying aside business
for his own city, for a compensationof care
School fund $1,663.27-114 mills. of their personal attention and work to clearing their premises of rubbish as several physicians hadtold The only thoroughfare to be pavedin
1 cent, which will come out it especially
per too northern of
Sanitary fund $,663.27-1 mills. the 10 per cent to be charged the and weeds--and also the street space abutting their premises. him his main trouble was a nero ba that of section Vine street the city betweenthe will
part V
1 Fire Department fund, $997.90 members by the league for handling This is a work which we should perform AND CONTINUE if we vous breakdown. Atlantic Coast Line railroad and

% mill. their products.Mr. are to keep our city attractive as an abiding place for prospective Funeral services were conducted at the eastern boundary of tho corporate r''
.
Interest Bonds the home Rev.
tIJ'j Municipal $1,330.62 Flint claims to hove arrangemdnts visitors and home-seekers. ; by Dr. W. B. Witherspoon limits! -that part of the St. Cloud road
w -1 mill. Presbyterian assisted
under handle I pastor,
way to 200 carloads
that the Carson
Sinking fund, Municipal Bonds, I Faithfully for the good s the Baptist Xev. O. B. II passes dairy farm..
i (e a day. He says I the league has yours common. by pastor The paving in the southern port of 4'the
a?; $332.65mill.. I now twenty-s-aven big retailers in the I H. R. MAY !< alls; in his capacity as Masonic town will begin where the brick -'
Electric Bonds brother.
Interest Light none. North ready to handle Florida pro- of the of Kissimmee. ends '
Mayor City
pavement now on Clyde avenue f
fund Electric Bonds Interment
i Sinking Light duce direct from1 the throughthe was in Rosehill cemetery, '
growers
near the railroad and will follow the '
'' mill. Dated: Sep. 28, 1916. where \
3332.65-V4 league. Orange Blossom, Lodge No. 80
I I Dixie Highway (Tamps rood) to the r ,
Interest General Notes Free and hadcharge
li 2661.24
Accepted Masons
"Among these is Peter Smith & Co., city limits. Tho streets included in 'u'i,
2 mills. of the burial. The solemn
of Detroit, who have a chain of forty- I job will be
:
Sinking fund General: Note, seven retail stores: also the C. F. I Masonic service was conducted by One block Penfiold street between wa
s ) $997.96mill.. Smith Company of that city which I Worshipful Master F. C. Bryan and .on ;,
Interest Street Paving Notes, none. {i, has a chain of stores. Peter and C. LOCAL SCHOOL NEWSAthletics. NEW CITRUS MANAGERAt Chaplain O, B. Falls. A large num- A half Clyde.and block on Dilling-ham Dillingham avenues. i'
avenue
Sinking fund, Street raving Notes, )F. Smith are cousins, and both are ber of the order's members was in between Penfield street and Clay n'
S $$3,991.87 mills. ( friends of mine," says Mr. Flint. attendance.
street. ( street here the
Interest Water Sewer Bonds, I The services both at the home and Clay adjoins > t
ands Mr. Flint claims to have been one a special meeting yesterday of railroad and almost parallelj it t*> the '?
$$2,328.59 % mills. I of the eight men who organized the At a meeting of the stud-ent body the directors of the Kissimmee Citrus the burial ground were attended by city limits.) J

Sinking fund, Water and Sewer farmers' elevator system in the including representatives from the Growers' Association subexchan Bonds, $997.S6%mill. Northwest in the fall of 1895 189'i. and the the Florida Cil quaintances. Floral offerings coveredthe
or grammar grades High School us Exchange, a successor on Clay- street from Dillingham avenue -*,
4,, Cemetery fund, $332.65-V4 mill. Now it has 1,000,000 members, hesaysh the Kissimmoe Athletic Associationwas : to former Manager J. W. Pren- new grave. Dr. Witherspoon to the city limits. ,
4 Publicity; fund, $332.65-'/4 mill. embracing every wheat grower 'organized Monday afternoon. tis was elected.H. pronounced the benediction.

Total, $27,943.01.Occupational I at section and operating more This athletic club differs from the The community's sympathy and sorrow Specifications. "Sj t

taxes or licenses remain than 2,000 grain; elevators controlled organizations of previous years, in C. Piano of Tampa Is the -elec- for the deceased family are uni The paving material to be used i.i '> '.It,

at unchanged figures. Any exclusively by farmers. Through it, that the girls have been invited to tion. Mr. Piano already was acting! I i versal. Mr. Prentis's demise is a loss the newly invented Tucker WoodTexl' I
4 theatrical, vaudeville, or minstrel the farmers obtain some 20 cents I I join and co-operate in efforts toward manager being sent here by the beyond that which death usually en- brick to be manufactured in Kissinv r
, i show using a tent or a building other more per bushel for their grain than making athletics a strong and enthu- Twnpa'' headquarters pending the outcome tails. He had been a force for all mee from cypress sawdust and ...-; ': ,-

than a recognized opera-house, and ,, they were able to get; from the com 'siastic department of the Kissimmee of Mr. Prentis's \illncos. Mr. that makes for community better- fuse. *:*'" r11\11
7 " also any street show, carnival show, mercial elevators, Mr. Flint states. schools. I Piano will serve! also as the local or- ment. He had served his fellow citizens These bricks areto be 3x6x12

w, or circus, must pay $50 a day license. These elevators sell direct to the consumers The officers arc: President, Dick ganization's secretary. in many capacities and always Inches each and will cost '1.30 per.

| (millers) on the same plan Bullock; vice president, Amy Makin- Ready to Start Nov. 1. with efficiency. Ile was imbued 'with( square yard.Excavation. v"

I that the Florida Co-operative Shipping son, secretary-treasurer, Sheldon the spirit of progress and activity. work exceeding 800>, p
CHANCE FOR KISSIMMEE \\ie\ association's
| League proposes to' use in marketing Johnson. new building is Born England, and having a yards to tho half mile will coot 80 r

e Florida products the coining The attention of the boys will be complete. About $700 worth of new father who was one of the pioneers In ,cents per Cubic yard.of dirt moved. .
TO GET MASONIC HOME i season... directed toward building up an ef- machinery is being( installed-the to- the vast and successful co-operative Dirt hauled 'mor*' than 1,000. foot,
I I The latest report about this new fective football team with their coach tal cost of which will be about $1,000. movement that has bullded in Great must be paid for at 2 cents per cubic
+ Mr. Piano says everything will be Britain he could have, beenotherwise yard for each 100 feet is moved '
in it
GRAND LODGE OF MASONS IS organization concerns a meeting Prof. Davidson, in charge. Twelve to in scarce |'n <
Callahan, ; Duval county. It has ob- fifteen boys are to be out every afternoon readiness by Nov. 1 for .fruit pack.ing It is I
, ,v''' SEEKING LOCATION FOR 1 talned'.bC>ut 150 members in that for praet ce. Prof Davidson :. movement for community bettermentor Curbing is to be Wood-Tex bricks v

.. 4 HOME AND ORPHANAGE FOR 'section, embracing the Callahan Dins- states there is plenty- of "good tim progress hat lacked his participation laid on end -and backed by 1x4. inch -,

..' THEIR ORDER. more, and Milliard vicinities. ber" among them and that Indications : Tampa Will Hold Offices 'cypress lumber this lumber to- ,be
I Mr. Flint that will Religious social commercial backed by 18-fnch stakes placed four
'br+'et says organizers are that the boys- are "going: musical '
a ': To Cities, Towns, Chambers of Commerce be sent into every county in Florida out to win." Florida Citrus ExchangeThe political, fraternal and agricultural feet apart. This curbing wag to cost' t'

_ J-,' Boards of Tiade, and all- and efforts made to obtain 50,000 Early in October the "rccular" andscrub" circles in this vicinity have felt 25 cents per lindar foot. ..
.: I members before Jan. 1 directors of the Florida Citrus his influence the "
Others Interested : next. I II teams will be organized and throughout eleven Mr. Tucker Yields a Potato f
Exchange have
The Valley Gazette is corresponding everything will be in readiness when definitely decided to years he resided here. I
: The committee keen that zation's The paving contract provided for ''
undersigned
are a to information about orgatl headquarters
| acquire more tbs", foot ball season proper, opens. Nearly thirty years ago he joined '
a: appointed by the grand master of the | this seemingly large and promising in Tampa. the Baptist; church, since when he cypress-brick. Considerable and cypress-board! curbing. \ ,
to this
Grand of Free and project. One member had maintained active religious connections objection
Lodge Accepted new was enrolled in
.I a Masons of Florida to receive all offers i the High" School this week, enteringthe $20,000 DEAL IN and work. When ho movedto feature however,on caused the part an effort of some for citizens amendment \ t

of donations of land and other Supreme Court WarnsNewtpapera ninth grade. his property at Fifth lake he united of the -
inducements for the selection and location I I with the Cross Prairie church of the claimed tho specifications. It was y

: of the Masonic home and orphanage Against Literary Societie DSCEOLA Disciples of Christ, then the only be found specified curbing would / 1
to be established Misrepresentation CATTLE church in that vicinity. At the time inadequate.
by the I
e I The organization of the literary societies Mr. Tucker waived this provision. ns4
Grand of Free of his death he still memberof ,
Lodge and Accepted was a
of the High School has been and verbally agreed to put in COD s .
:Masons of Florida. that denomination, he had
It is though
,t expected In connection with the late hearing effected and will be Another transaction crete curbing at the
,, I programs ren- big jn Osceola been much with Dime price con-
,. that the location will be determinedby identified church
the Hof{ the Knott-Catts contest before the dered at an early date. These will be' county cattle took place IhU week. work in Kissimmee.lie tracted for tho other curbing mate
next grand communication of j Supreme Court of Florida, Chief Justice known! as the Stenolakee and the Utopian B. F. Lester of Houston, Texas, again: rial. This he is doing on the Vine
the Grand Lodge, in January, 1917. was a talented musician being w
Taylor warned Florida newspa- as in is the Street work.
prior years. i purchaser. He paid than
The selection of the locution will more master of the violin and
de-
I possessing a
4 Ipers and their representatives against Membership-in .these societies is I $207550( for 800 head-half cows and The concrete curbing is three.
fine
i healthfulness transportation educational facilities facilities, | misrepresenting the evidence, the elective, the work being voluntary:1 half steers. Shipment was made to tenor In voice choir, and and had orchestral been conspicuous cir- inches wide and nearly a foot deep. gL
court and the counsel involved. He This '
method was used Texas points. The city engineer has supervision ;,rand
and moral tone of the cles. He of the
community. made special reference to a Tallahassee an experiment with most satisfactory The cattle were bought of Henry was one original inspection of the work, and he is
The will be members of Kissimmee's Concert
undersigned to 1
glad receive I
The Chief Justice
and investigate all offers of land newspaper. results. The officers are : Partin, "Uncle Steve" Pnrtirt and Mr. Band. to establish all lines and grades.
i said: Stenolakee Officers-President Ma Sumner of The entire contract must be
; the Heart II brand. com-
and other inducements for location lie master of the
the I "I wish to bring to the attention of mie Witherspoon: vice president, was worshipful plied with before May 1; else the city
of this Masonic_ home and or- I' local Maonic lodge, was a member of Y
JY the that it has
i newspaper fraternity I Laura Thomas; secretary, Murray VEGETABLE GROWERS will be entitled to $10 damages each
phanage. Full details as to the land been called to the attention of the the Knights of Pythias, was clerk of
Overstreet treasurer, Grace Gilbert -day the work remains uncompleted.
; ; -- .
.i' offered, the location: thereof, accessibility I court that they have made misrepre- aergeant-at-arms, Walter Bass; crit- I WILL MEET TOMORROWThe the Woodmen of the World at the 5

general character of soil, senations of the testimony in this 'ic, Edna Calkins. time of his death, and was a memberof
1 healthfulness, water supply, gas or that is in Kixaimmee Produce Growers the Woodmen c Circle.
case pending
a Utopian Officers-President
newspaper PREPARATIONS
y electric facilities, should be given ; I published here in Tallahassee, notelsewhere Makinson; vice president, Christine Amy organization, composed of farmers <>r I I He served several terms as secrelu- FOR
''ii' also full infortnatiin as to transportation I and we wish to warn the vegetable growers, will moat in I e- ry-treasurer of Kissimme-e's Board of ,
Ivy Charles Ke-
facilities, healthfulness educational I' that ; secretary-treasurer; ular biweekly session at 9:30 o'-lock Trade. For a while he was city tax '
newspapers misrepreMentatioHof (gero; ser ennL-at-arms, Ned Bul- OSCEOLA COUNTY FAIR'Mayor
}r.. opportunities and moral tone I'I testimony in that way subject lock G ssie Winn. tomorrow morning in the City Council assessor also.
: of the community making the < (ffer. I them to contempt of the court-coi- ; nrjtic: hall, Fraternity building. Visitors At the time of his death he wis
The proposed institution is to be a Either may attend. manager of the Kissimmee Citrus
\ tempt proceedings. misrepre- (Domestic Science .
:Masonic home and orphange for the I sentation of the testimony, or of remarks J Department.The Growers' Association, in which capacity H. R. May, W. R. Dusen-
care of aged and infirm Masons and of the court or counsel in the organization of the department Contribution To Aid his unusual ability as an expert berry, and Secretary-Treasurer A. E.
I.; helpless orphans of deceased Masons. case pending subject them to contempt 'of domestic science, under the direction accountant, his sound business judg- Thomas visited Orlando this week for

The Grand Lodge has reached the .." of Miss Nellie McQuarrie, has Wilson's Campaign ment, and his wide experience were! consultation with managers of Orlan-
point where it wishes to consider and been completed, and practical work is such that they will be greatly missedby do's fair.Inspect ,
being done. The sections Messrs. Han & Vans AgiicwT Publishers t
determine the location, and this committee Two Pensacola subsequently are practically this organization. Orlando Ground. .
newspaper men of the Kissimmoe '
. was appointed to receive offers all full and there is an overflowin i Valley Mr. Prentis was born in Hudders-
were arrested for contempt.: the tenth grade.An Gazette, Kissimmee, Flp: Secretary W. R. O'Neal of the Orlando .'
/! compile the data and make full Punishment is the field, Yorkshire, England, in 1867. He
suspended'pending Gentlemen
, report to the next grand communicu- "outsiders" class will be con- II moved to America in 1887 and lived institution and Captain Allen >
' close of the Governorship controversy ducted Permit me, in behalf of Mr. Henry who has just relinquished{
-, tion of the Grand Lodge. Address all in the on Thursday mornings from several years in British Columbia. a four-year i
:. offers and inquiries to Stafford Caldwell courts. 10 to 12 o'clock{ in which a small fee Morgenthau, chairman of our finance I I i Here he married Miss Mary J. Hol- management of its, accompanied the ,J
will! be charged to committee, to thank you heartily for I' Kissimmee delegation to the fair '-
secretary of committee, Live cover laboratory den. After marriage, they lived in
The Knott-Catts contest is I I
somewhat --3
", Oak, Fla. expense. your prompt response to the appeal Victoria and Vancouver. Later they grounds and courteously imparted all
/ in chaos. Kpott has the advantage to you to open the columns of the I information desired by the Osceola; -,
Commencing with the
.+ seventh
W. R. O'Neal Chairman moved to New Orleans and
(( ), i again to
.
thus far. Next Friday 6 is
Oct. grade, girls will be Kissimmee Valley Gazette for the re- 'I delegation. A survey and measure -j
Caldwell sewing,
; 1-, Stafford (Secretary), taught I Mississippi. Mr. Prentis spent a year
the last whereon the
day courts can and 1
Chas. E. Rowton, beginning' with simple stitches. Both ceipt acknowledgment of popular in South America, where he was manager ments of the grounds and building J f
i, deal with the matter. All facts ob- contributions to President Wilson'scampaign were made-by the Kitsimmeeans.
Committee. boys and girls will be taught indus for the Camors-McConnel! Fruit jj
tainable about this will
the Gazette case next week.appearin trial work, such as basket-making, fund. Company at Boras del Toro, in what To Have AJ T. A. Speedway. (f

\ Valley rug weaving and chair caneing. Very sincerely yours, then was Colombia, and about sixty Mr. Thomas is corresponding with F

,. SOLDIERS TO BORDER CHILD OF MR. AND For etghtii-gr.da pupils, a period F. W. STECKMAN. miles from the resent Panama canal. the American Trotting Association;

4 MRS. NETTLES DIES each week will be devoted to laboratory Thirteen years ago the family movedto for information preparatory to conq)
' -: work which will include lessons The Valley Gazette gladly will Accept Florida eleven: of which time structing a speedway that shall conform ;
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Nettles of Kissimmee years -
: Washington D. C., Sept. 27. National
( in
preparing simple food., the studyof and forward contributors as in the Kissimmee baa been ...
' Guard organizations from Vir- have lost by death their 9- ; vicinity their 'to this organisation's require 3jj
(; food value., sources of food its dicated. Bring or send thorn to this home.
meats and make the Osceola institu'jffi
., Alabama, Georgia, Florida, month-old daughter Leona. chemical analysis and cost and diet. office. Those who thus far have con- Mt. Prentis leave widow, I fcsociation.
: fNe' > Hampshire. New Jersey District The Nettles family moved this a twodaughters I tion eligible to membership in the a_
Another tribute
period will be devoted
to are:
(Misses Lillian and
of Columbia New York Connecticut week to a cottage on Portage street 'H..
I' sewing, beginning with simple stitches Valley Gazette ..______ ____ $50 Muriel), and two sons (Cecil and .
J'. Minnesota Colorado and near the Western ditch. They were u : Committee Surveys G,....... *, <<
Michigan
::...& California, ordered, to the Mexican residing on Mitchell street and adjoining but closing the year with garment W. J. F. .____________.______ 2 00 Roy). His father survive. in England : '&"j
i were L. and Mr. Thomas .
Continued S, Lupfer as >
( on Page Ten-) Judge -T. M. and three sisters and brother
e. : border today by the War Depart the Standard Oil yard. . Murphy _..____ S 00 in Canada a committee on grounds and bulldlags/ ',*!

ment. : -------- u _ in day this week at the fair.. 'M
,1/ - - - - - - put a
rNo definite news is obtainable as grounds, site in planning ,structural |j
to the exact date the troops wig move. and other Improvements. -
.. ,,J <," LOGICAL LOG TION FORFLORIDA'S' ;; (f" :...
: 1 fTbe bamboo sometimes grows two Exhibitor Are JResabded.( ( .

feet in twenty-four hours. There are ''o Prospective exhibitors .especially i
..-'.of this tree; L the in Osceola county; are urged to begin
it .smallest 1s onl six Inches: in- height : early* preparation' of products+too:jbsjiI

.aDd the Jsm. *. 1"68 *eefcj:-:--11'; ,- . . ;,:=::--r;::--l--::' STATE CAPITAL IS KISSIMMEE{I exhibited.( .Best:results L. come--,-fromearly 1

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.ii( PACE 2' I THE KISSIMMCE VALLEY' GAZETTE /'" FRIDAY SEPTEMBER %f'ltll., :



',. 4 r LOCAL AND STATE FARM ORCHARD AND LIVE.ST CK.'NEWS1J. I I H :

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St. Cloud Department E. Evans j Is en ployed by Oseeolm County>> and the 'national The of the world

,. _. Department of Agriculture .. farm demonstrator and agent for this' eyes .

NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITr* FROM OUR OWN count?. MK; Evans's service 'may be obtained by,any one (withoutf ,'
cost) for. personal inspection !, advice, or consultation Involving any

; SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT ..agricultural horticultural or live-stock matter., 'Office.-.Northwest are on the man whoSAVES .

corner of Kissimmee Citrus
J Grower. Association Building. hl mei.-.

M .. Martha Brown of Wllcon'.ln Says St. Cloud Can B.' Southwest corner of Beaumont avenue and Verona. street. ,Telephone
I' 4 avenue met with a painful but not service at both placs.

eerious injury on Monday, by tripping Mad. Big Inland CityH.

.ver a mat and bruising herself.. j The citrus in Marion is
crop
county sources. Demands the
on agent along
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( W. IHman in St. Cloud Tribune.) :
l. Miss Fletcher of Jasper Fla., arrived If reported extremely short.A j these lines are legitimate:
V any one in St. Cloud doubt. this
1I here Sunday! evening, and ispleaantly I "1. He
studies the agriculture of,
statement all the writer ask. i Is that
'. fc t Isocated with Mrs. William.Phipps Miss I they mafce the trip ho made a week Lake county muck farm will produce -,; the country to learn what is being, .

.' fct Fletcher on is to Maryland be one of avenue.the teachers) ago. From St: Cloud to Orlando, 85,000 bushels ,of corn this sea- done and what is worth while agriculturally : -
in each of it. This
I thence part .
to DeLand Sanford and Daytona ,
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Schools] here this winter. son.
in the public
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I ; thence nouth, down the Indian study should include farm financialand ..
I \- Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Morgan Mrs.'I river through Orange City, New\ The Polk I organization surveys. ..,
'', I : Durham Mrs. Marine. and Mrs. Ryan .'Smyrna TitusvilKe Cocoa Eau Gal- Couty Stockmen's Association "2. lie gives the result of his

motored to Orlando on Tuesday. lie, to Melbourne. will entertain with a barbecueand studies to.farmers-not in the way for moment man

4., L. C. Riddle and James Grimm visited -: This trip, I believe; will ronsincc picnic at its meeting' in Fort ]of advice but as facts observed and pAUSE a young -

I- (I, Vreeland's nursery on Tuesday I any one who will use his eyes and Meade on Saturday .Sep. '30.J. I conclusions drawn. 'This is done thought to self. The V .
and selected some plants. head l that St. Cloud can !h? made o'ne through the local press bv lactures, gIve a

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas have returned of the ]largest cities in the i.tate. It F. Zetche, who made a success i farmers' institutes circulars correspondence -
\ to St. Cloud and are pleasantly sit- is up to the people of St. Cloud to farming on a large seek in Duvnlcounty 1 :I and personal interviews. problems that confront you now, or 4
.. 'uated on Wisconsin< avenue and Thirteenth make the Wonder City truly a wohder : I ":3.\ Based on thes.g local studios ('
,, street. hy l ooxtmg for the hard-stll.fnc",1 I I has purchased 5,000 acres to |and the ascertained needs of thecounty will a few years hence. tfV :
add to his farm. He is having the associations ;
:Mrs.: 'F. O. Scarr of Vermont avenue road and the railway from Sanfo/d I clubs \ and the .
who has been quite ill, is much to .St. 'loud und l :Melbourne.St. . new tract fenced and will stock it like should be organized and the individuuls .
better at this writing. Cloud'h locution is IdenTlw\ with several hundred! head of native solicited to undertake definite Look about you-the .men of attain in country, state, nation ,
land in its vicinity is as good IU ounhe cows apd will use thoroughbred bulls lines of agricultural improvements on
yes, in the world are the who started to in life.
arrived men early
Mrs. DeGird of Peoria III., their farms. lave t
found In the slut-?. I believe that for breeding purposes. own Organizations also
Monday evening to spend the winter whoever makes the trip as above outlined I I should be formed for co-operative ,
p with her sister Mrs. L. Shambour one will be firmly convinced that the Florida limes huve been bringing( buying and marketing and the standardization They hare the respect and confidence of the community. '

( Carolina avenue. completion of tho county rocd and the $13:\ to $U per barrel. Last year at of farm products. r
-: Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Conn and small interurban will mean much *o St. this time they sold for only $3 to $4 1 I "4. Hhe should endeavor to co-or- Tien look on the other side-at the fellows/ who spend all they \

i daughter Frances,, who have been 'II Cloud; that as a result, thour.nndH per barrel. idimite, all existing agricultural : make-they may hive a food time for a while but what does their ..
spending the Bummer with friends in | will visit the town on their way to ("J'M' within the county, so that all al/"n-I' ,j
the arrived home Monday <-vtniog. -- work and personality reflect ,.. !
North [ the heushore from Orlando PoLand II. Bratlham of Trilby is preparing unitedly efflci-ently. :
i I I and other towns because this will he to put in five or six acres in cucumbers "5. He I Mrs. William Bircher and grandchildren i the shortest and best route to the this spring, having/: already pur- develop local leadership. The task 0// A dollar or to deposited in this bank will be the i\

George and Emma: who east' coast and to the beautiful* little chased 40,000 feet of cypress lumber i improving the agriculture of an entire nucleus of an honorable, independent career. f.
.have been spending the summer with' town of Melbourne! the terminus of for covering in early spring. lie says county is so stupendous that the Make ; .: I.
beginning Your bank .
j: Mrs. Bircher'i daughter near St. | the railway, and the hard surfaced he will have to realize\ $800 beforehe agent must be primarily an adminis your now-today. r
1 .'.. Paul )linn., came home Thursday I;road. gets a profit; but if he meets with I trator. book will pave the way. ,,1J' ;
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evening last. b-:1 Immediately opposite Melbourne the same success that he met with "i>. He should act as the connecting :
T f Mrs. Henry Epple has improved 'capitalists have a large force of men last spring in cucumbers his profitswill link between the scientists of the '
property on Carolina avenue with afresh :at work developing the new seaside be handsome. We feel sure his research institutions of the state and

coat of paint. I' resort, ]Indiatlantic-by-the-Sea. This project will net him a nice return.- nation and the farmers presentingthe StateBankof ;
Mr. and Mrs. Entriken of Nar- new resort it is claimed will be made Trilby News. results of investigations in such ,
coossee, were St. Cloud callers> on i 11 the most beautiful resort on the At- a way that the farmer can use them.In .
Wednesday. II I lantic ocean. The writer only mentions One of the contemplated featuresof a word he carries the informationthat \'
Sheriff Ingram .of Kissimmee was I the proposed resort becau its the iv9vv organization is to be a has been accumulating for yearsin .
a visitor at the Wonder City on Wed- development on the lines proposed by canning factory operated connection the libraries of experiment sta- Kissimmee :f

: nesday.: I 11 the promoters means much to our'' with the headqudrters depot. tions and agricultural colleges of the .. .,
Mrs. Jane Cadman of Narcoossae people. -because two-hour Culls fruit country to the farmer. making hin
a run over
I or overripe or vegetables, ,
Capital stock _______ __ _______ ____
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was in *>ur city shopping on Wednes the interurban or on the hard-sur- instead of being sold for a nominal use part of his farm as a demonstration u u $100,000.00 t'

day.Mr. j faced roads will land us on tho seashore price( or dumped into garbage work under his own supervision Resources over ----___ -- ____----____ -- _ ___ 400000.00
and Mrs. John Nelson who or on the banks of the Indian wdViId be turned into the on his own land, thus giving the best 1\
\ have been visiting in Kansas have I river with its glorious fishing. I tory and handled at a profit wagons// possible object lesson of results obtained Officers and Directors: ;J t
returned to their home on Wisconsin Think brothers-think of the good producer. when the proper methods are .'

LI .-.,..-.n...-..-. 1..,.rn---, .-H.."A.'a mA__ ....AUD"A.J .._. ft..,_+. D a..""' '. :.:1'. I( tmployed. The farmer operates the C. A. CARSON, Prest. J. M. LEE Vice PreiL :"
Miss Ruth; Bass, who has been we will boost t.nd continue boosting :NECESSITY FOR COUNTYAGIUCULTUUAL remainder of his farm along the old ,
j" clerking in W. A. Drawdy's store is for an outlet to the sea. lines which makes the object lesson M. KATZ, 2nd Vice Prest. I 'r
visiting her parents at Avon Park I Yours for the best inland town in AGENTSThe complete.) "
Fla. Florida. county agricultural: agent. has J "7. He should give advice. This ROMA THOMAS, Cashier. ;
.- J. W. Meek died at his home on I become a familiar figure in our farming may 'relate to spraying, seed, treatment -
; Tuesday Sep. 19. Mr. Meek had re- ': 000 I' 4 + + c 0000000 .1 + -0' community. How many are thereof mixing of fertilizers combating ( : ,

sided in St. Cloud for several years + LAKE HAMILTONLake 0 our farmers who can define his insect pests,, cultural practices or ";: :

and was a most useful citizen. HP + + + 0 + 000(0 + 0(0 <) (0 + 000 duties ? To get the utmost benefit out other miscellaneous matters whj"h C A. CARSON. President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary. \II I
1 was past seventy years of age and if his presence among us, we should are the stook in trade of every well- 'f
o., only a few weeks ago he returned have definite knowledge on this point. ,informedagent..
from a two-mont'is visit in the Hamilton, Polk County Fla., 'lip the following and paste it up "8. Hhe should be capable of 'instructing The Waters '"
North and was glad to get back to Sep. 27.-At the last meeting of the where you can read it over once in farmers in methods!, of hoir & Carson J.
I. the sunny south. Mr. Meek was a I Improvement League C. W. Howard \ while and so fix in your mind the inoculation with hog cholera serum,
thirty-second degree Mason member resigned HH president as he will be ,reasons' for his presence among us. both the single; and double treatmentfor
5- ? .of SaUna Consistory No. :3, of Salina i Lakeland'' a gooii.! d R'cf the time '(;Jo to it" and get all the benefit you the prevention of hoar cholera. He
Kansas and a member of the East- henceforth. James Coarseyva..= 'an out of what he has to offer. Of- should< have also some knowledge C'f H
,<"..rn Star of St. Cloud. Funeral services -. elected in his place. len he will save you large sums of other live-stock diseases in generalso Grocery Company
: ., were held Sunday /at 2 p. m: ;In The new officers of th. Board of noney and much labor and anxiety if as to advise farers what is beet< t to
'. the Carlson undertaking parlor I Trade were installed at the meeting ,'ou learn how to utilize his services. do in an emergency until a qualified .
'Services in charge of the Masons. Mr. Saturday evening. A. C. Roller is the The following comes from official veterinarian can be called."
Meek leaves a wife two sons and one new president, A. R. Leddon is vice Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ';\ 4GROCERIES'
t : daughter to mourn his loss. The president T. W. Powers is secretary Mrs. L. C. Jones went to Homeland
body was taken north on Monday for 'land J. H. Craig is treasurer.J. ;in Polk county on Sunday on a professional = '
WONDERFUL
., interment. 'I B. McCollum killed a six-foot diamondback trip as nurse in. the familyof REME ; ;:.
101.... I. I. Uuntsinger who has rattlesnake on KB land Fletcher Crumb. Mrs. Jones will MAY

spent the summer in Kansas returned three miles east of Lake Hamilton a :ilso visit her son's family, J.W. Jones, .. sTOMACHfroubIQ.DOSE
. to her home here on Thursday last few days ago and has tanned the it Homeland. I \ t

ft Miss Goldie Firkins and Mrs. Voc- skin.The ONE WILL CONVINCE. / _-_-_ J

trod who have been at the Chunn Sunday school convention at Whenever You Need a General Tonic Gall Stones Cancer ana Ukere of th
r hospital for the past two weeks returned Winter Haven was attended 'by the Take drove's' < ,.o.oO> .,. . + Oo : 0> 4 0 4 4 4 4 4 4 4'::0.0 0 4 ,
Stomach and Intestines AutoIntoxication : :
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I to their homes on Wednesday following representatives from here: ., j
much improved.' ., Mr. and Mr. W.' J. Richards.' Mr. and J The Old Standard Grove' Tasteless Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis > WE SELL: < 4 WE BUY: .} .t
: -* Misses Annie Farr and Inez Ide Mrs. A. C. Roller'and C. C. Harvey chill Tonic is equally valuable as a and other fatal ailments result fronr ) 0 .
clerks in Plans under for erectionof General Tonic because it contains the : > HAY 0
hays\ accepted positions as are way +
; Stomach Trouble. Thousands 01
well known tonic ,
A. Durham's store on Pennsylvania a church here in the near futureIt propertiesof QUININE I > f > HIDES +
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t. avenue. probably will be a Prcsbyteri.ii and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drive. Stomach Sufferers owe their corn ,. GRAIN 4 + "
(church but tho other denomination, out Malaria. Er riches the Blood and 'plote recovery:! to Mayr's Wonderfu > I o FURS 4
+ + + + + + + > will have use of it when not needed! 'I' Builds up the W.ole System. SO cents. I, Remedy. Unlike any other for Stem > FERTILIZERS 0 + :

4 NARCOOSSEE. > by. the Presbyterians.J. > O WOOL '
'1 u\ Kvm.11 1)1(1 \I. vri-; ach Ailment. For sale by J. Z. Ro: + ;
B. McCollum is now shipping out .n::. 'lcIig!;; I > SHINGLESORANGE 4 0
: + + + + + + + + > + OK FIoHhI--I% : IT berson and + I. I
_ car-load lots of ,charcta) he havin < 01 HI' 'fllI O..< KOI % I 1)1 >- druggists everywhere. > O *
: built up a nice business: in that line 'II -1 % < IIN< Kilt.III I > BOXES 0 0 AND"J"
+ j "
Mrs. Blocker of Kissimmee opened .
The charcoal is manufacturednear .
school last Monday with twentytwoncholars. lately. 1.1. TO (|l.IKT TITI.K. I > ALL + '
near h..re > ORANGE 0
WRAPS *
., ---; 1'. s. l..thrn. < +
William Stillwell residence i is oiupUlnnnt. > .
,.. 01 COUNTRY
from
The Cadman family returned '
; nearing completion and will be rea'l)' til liMrtlen. rlnlmluK n n In* > VEGETABLE CRATES *
: :a visit to Canada and other points re
4 few weeks. .
to occupy rin a trrr-mt undrr llrlrn V. lituln. > 0 *
) I cently. All seem happy to return. Mort Brown has opened the new or i.. II. .imklnM. ....- ups PRODUCE 4
> CRATE
L Mrs. R. Tompkins visited her father .*f.".-il or otbrrvtlN.. In NAILS O : 4 A -4
1: hardware which .
I store i is; an appreciated and .I.n.'Ib.l In Ih.- 11111 ) 0 >
at Ashton who is ill, Monday. A
t > addition to our business enter- of t omplalnt i5rnpom.lOPlIIfl ) 0 + 0 I
+ 0
+ 04 +
.1 : Mr. Hill is adding a new addition prises. ..a'.. 044404 + O. + + + OO + + + O + + -

to his store. Rev. Mr. Baldwin 9f Tampa '
I I 1: Mrs. H. E. Evans of St. Cloud made Sunday here. In the morning spent he KOH C..4..IO'\NKII\HK. III 1.1. 111.1 We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. :

,4 a flying trip to Narcoossee Tuesday. gave a fine talk on Sunday school organization [ESPECIALLY ADAPTED Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping
Mr. is peddling beef in 11 npnearlnK from the sworn I Hill ofComplain parties. '
Alligood
i ? ( and he precchcd in the ,. Free in limits. "
: and about St. Cloud. I t filed In th) above HtntfflI'HHr. delivery city 'Phone No. 12. '
4 evening. hat there are \hnln "
1 3. J. Padgett and family visited R. .,n Intereitt In:: the' IIt'rHOIIH1 property;: whoasnam.a K For Your We are county agents for !good fertilizer Ask ui for circular and t>ric.an '
.c Tompkins and family Sunday.J. Check a cough or cold; in the lungs and l iilnceii of reHhlenre are unknown > fertilizer. I
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i .. B. llouser made u business trip before it develops a serious cose. \ ,.|tr$ and over(hut hie there age In of. no Iw..nty-oll",perBon In ; I,
: to St. Cloud Wednesday. BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUPis the 1 Stzt.Florida.] upon. whom theHirx State -- -
-I William Montsdoca and Mr. Akp M an effective remedy for all sore- .Ice ..r a I Subpoena In thin rune i / '...
would I be
) Bass of St. Cloud visited Narcooss ness or congestion in the Iviigs: or ail It IH thertfore bindIng order4l- I that all parli 1
t : : Price 25c (jOc rnd ) I ItittMi-Ht, ;, ,, Cuccne C. Bryan Pres. A. H. -
Sunday passages. $1.00 "-H rlHlmliiK-n s helrH." Icu- Bryan Vice Pres. J. L. Barber.
_ _ _ _ Sec'y.freas.
uteH. (1|. \ |10..0 or KtanteeH under .orthrough !Instructive
per bottle. Sold by Osceola Phar -
TACKERS DISCRIMINATE .. Helen. U'lKKlnH .or I. It J'n-| I
*3 macy. klliH. .I"-i--.....,1. or olhcrwlNe. h,. rend l linpenr 1ftF F Catalorneand
AGAINST I PEANUT-FED HOGS Free
: to. the Raid Hill of ('''nnifilalii,
PEANUT HAY EASILY tiled at the oTIe! ..r the Clerk of the Weekly I
Meat packers have always objectedto EQUAL TO ALKALFX < lrutt Court at KlHRlmmee.I o n-oI a I .
t'ounty.. I.i]",,hia. on or h.rrthe Itule Price List
peanut-fed hog., because the meat Peanut vines make one of the I best daIn I ..lauarlIext the "ani,> liflnthe ,{ I
ana lard are too soft ai.d oily. This native hays available to Florida far- I 1st day of Jannarv A li. 1H17 1-1.; .. ,
; is more frequently met in thin Hill will l.e taken fin ronfeHHe.l j ,
objection ; : r )
A. P. FOR
mers. district
Spencer agent It In 1,,, tI-r ordered that thiK order, '
l hogs that were in poor condition for the University of Florida Exten- )h.. publlfth! (oe, .' each week for \
,. when they were turned on. the pea- sion Division that the analysis twilconm rutlv, <. w.-.-k* In the Kl 1.- Fd1JF3DAYC. J Bryan Realty
c nuts. J If they have been fed well all shows says Hlniiiiee, Valley flaxeLtr. Iifl''A ol'"I"r : Company
( them equal in feeding value to ,, ,
"ul ltnh * .I 4 summer before pasturing the peanuts alfalfa cowpeas and red clover. The Onceola. ounty. prior to the Maid January ,- Offices t
r I their meat and lard will .\ot be so value of the hay however dependson 1st. 1917.1t..H NSEEDCQV on Broadway, Kissimmee i / ,
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? : \\ my hand and the .a 1 atsihi
oily. good! curing und }harvesting with- Opposite
Court at KlKSlmmee. Florida this Graystone Hotel /
In any case A. P. Spencer", district out loss. 2Mh clay of September A l> I 1916.J JACKSONVILLE FLA. I"
i agent for the University of Florida The best hay is made from vines I. OVKHHTRKKT,
t4 .Extea. ibn 'Division, advises feeding Clerk of the aRid Circuit C<,iurt.
that
are not over ripe. The best timeto (Seal' >
; 4q .corn with peanuts. Sweet potatoes cut the vines is about the time the O. 10'. K HI II IllS. Solicitor.41151 1 1 1I .. ...
-v .will also produce a firm fat, and it is nuts are ripe. The hay must be handled ".
,_ a good practice to have peanuts and and cured as quickly as possible M 'IIIC' IT ('05 MT. BTATR, OP1 !"!.<,II- ri/
II)\. HKVK'Vni.. JII1MI4I. C'lIt. Orange Groves '-
in fields Timber I
sweet potatoes adjoining so and.
$ and every effort should be made to We Pay Taxes for
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C'I''I' that the hogs can harvest the two place it under cover without exposureto HI '5'HAlERY. Vulcanizing ;Inner Tubes Cattle: Ranches, Country and idents and .....:.
'- Without such Act as Owner'sAgents _
.! together. some provision rain.Farmers. Oijy f Property 1J /
the hogs cannot be marketed advantageously have two general methodsof S. Htmmlrtom. Cowmplmlmmmt, for Rental Property. ::

J and ray be discriminated harvesting the hay. Some pull the .....1.. A. 81.TB........ Ilrtrmimmi. && 25c a Patch .l.
against so seriously as to make hills ,
and allow the '
up nuts to '
their production a loss. cure It appearing by affidavit Appended to "
the ,
on vine. This practice is detri- the bill filed In the above-gtated caupe General Auto Repairing : .. \
Packers require that the animals. mental to the hay since it must be exposed hat Jennie A. BlnKleton. the defendant ,, ;
r J 4>. finished on corn or sweet potatoes to the weather long enough to therein named, !. a nonresident of
.during the last few weeks before they the State of FlorIda. and l I. a resident ,
i. lose considerable feeding value be- of the United and 25c an <
Statfa. that she I la Hqur
'.1. 'ff ani placed on too market. It is best fore the nuts are cured. The best over the age of twenty-one years: It t.! R. S.
4I /: to'' give some of thesj feeds along method is to mow the vines and han- therefore ordered that said nonreal- FLOYD ;

I4 \I with the peanuts and the final change dle them like any other hay. ThU dent required defendant to appear be to and the she bill I.of hereby com' Cars Gleaned and OiledARTHUR +. ,i '
should be
;n 'to the fbiubing made will avoid loss from shedding leave plaint lied In said cauae on or before Dealer In
gradually over sixty or more days. and leaching of food elements.Pees Monday. the tth day of November, A. ,
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: I). 1(14 otherwlaa the alienation ofaa.ld 75c

Ni'' ; HICHESTER s PILLS I La......A", Err.tIwe: Laxavs &LIVUrT.IIN said bill defendant will be taken as confessed by Groceries l'
Hay Grain
C. .. I, Mot MM MT Ototek .OM StwMdL It I. further ordered that. this order and Feed '

,. ......n.It.4..... .....,.: .. Ia addition to other properties,Lax.P.s I coniecutlve be published weeks once a In week the Klsalmmee for four
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t I; .....-.""' .-.. - -... contains Cascara la acceptable form astImuIatIafIaxat1y.aadTosde. Valley Oasette, a newspaper pabllihcdaald M JONES Comer Broadvray and'Dakin .
.. Lax-Pa in County and State. Aye. I
8 1iiiS--. ... .' acts eflectiWly and doe*' not grip not This September-1. li. OVER8TREKT.. A. I). 1510. Phone 81-L :

:. P. ... disturb.tosna .. At the same dme.lt aids Clark Circuit Court.Cireult . :Try Us on Your Next Order For ,
_ _ sii----IU- dIgesdcss.is the liver and..ued.a. t Court. ..*.1.) < M.Will It,,Mmn Irttfvtr art Cksrck It| Feed ""j : ,
sd restores JOHNSTON GARRETT.I tv
\ . ', / Uwbealtb/fooctioas. Me eollolton.! for Complainant. 41-4t .J' -

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FRIDAY.3EPTEMU2g,11&: ',' ,THE' CISSIMMEE: : VALLEY GAZETTE fACI f -

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I to th* bill tiled In the aboe..tat.d I I, iit)1t and aDaa_ -. : 'IT'' ... .. ".

FLORIDA WOMAN: OILWfLLDJSCOYERIESTO cause that Emma r. R. Cam-bell. on. Be It Re.ol"ed by tile Le-elataft'.f

f WHAT THE. .PREACHER: SAID. .1 j nonresident of the defendant of th. state t"*....of. jiaa Florida.4..e and*-. .That th. "'te the .followingamndmnt f.n-t.. .. ---------'--of,

.. I. a reetdentvof' the City- Of Morris--. lecUen S of Artlel I of the,ConetlU '
rt" ** * * " *"" t! ""* ,*"* ", ;G/ilNMI/ POUNDS Mjwn. etatev o*. New- Jereeyi over"the tlonf the State .elating to taxation
** ,V fcav fc J '" ,"t I *-11'0 k 1 if 4 't. '1t L f'L i w :! EKETtSBET: : air of twenty-one 'rears| U I*' there and I *flaanc. 1* hereby agreed, toand
Tlie C ette intended each'week br th i.kntpoh. fore ordered that said nonrldnt de. II b* submitted to tile ..eathe
; ValUjt : pubtufung; synopses, ; -0.--.1' fendant 1>.. and she I. .u'reb.eqwN Stat. for adoption or rejection at

.; bf4he principal sermon :'delivered eacH-:Sunday 'br Kasiimmee clergy.anen GOES FROM S7 TO 117 POUNDS I.IN'' OSCEOLJCOUNTV'NOW. to appear to the bill of complaint flied th."'n*., '......r.1 ..otlon*, hereafters 2
: KEROSENE: ; BOLE In said on or. before Monday, that I* to say: that gectlpn of Article
.: ..,Or as"n .alternative vto publish.fully ne pastor s.iermon,and notes AND IS NOW WELL AND HAPPY 1,70 FEET the th '::U.f November/A. D.1518 S ef tae ConstltutJoa< ot> the Slat'
., otherwise. the' allegation 10f said bill b* amended to read follow' :
from, .athof i ,the'olhert., the Tnor. complete.;,ennon f,tai" |x>U\ !' frdm* :ont/lo, -DOCTORS HAD PRO. DEEP-GOING 1,000, OR' MORE will b* takeaa.. . .)confessed. by.*ald,, ,de "Section > r. he exempt"
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.aDoiher pastor;each week .. c\\ CASE'nop fendant. From taxation property: to the Value orIve
r NOUNCED HER '
FEET DEEPER., It I. further ordered that this order hundred dollar to ,*vry widowsthat
The;pattort "however, have; settled among themselves that only one, of LESS. b* published one. a week for four con.- hs a family dependent on tier fOisuppoft'and "

them thai! be heard from -weekly-in rotation. The Kissimmee, Oil Company, having Icy eoutlv Qaaette."* weeks a newspaper In the Kissimmee published Val In bona lid. resident to ejery of the person State who avnd Is baa aV-

''The Valley'Ga ctte defer totheir .wishes though'it Would like to pub *'My daughter, Mr.. John Ksliel, bought from'lhe purchaser at the aid Countyand Stat. lost a limb or been disabled" la war or.T rA.

Jish weekly something' that each pastor hat Mid.' The public utterances of had falJen off until she weighed only public sale all the effects and holdtp This Seth day.1. -lJf OVuRSTREET.:September: ISIS, > _spisfortun.. - ..:,

!this community' clergymen are almost equally ,*) important at,what this ninety-el pounds and was ,,so weak s of the defunct Penn Oil Co.. are clfjn'. t Court Clerk Beat Circuit) Court. ,. Joint Reeolutlon to Section propoelnr ft, S and 4 artamendment ot

she couldn't take nourishment.: But KNIGHT: Article VII of th Constitution of th.Stat. .
newspaper ha to ay-' sometime* more important.v now actively engaged in the work of *
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Solicitor of
when she left Jacksonville yesterdayshe for Complainant. 40-St Florida. relatlna to c.nsuaandapportionment
-- drilling at Kissimmee Park, down ..- .. -- -- .

" Sermon Deiveredly Hev. O. B. Falls,. Is the base of the throne of the'anti- and was abe was twenty-one a perfect pounds picture heavier of Lake Tohopekalga.A I : NOTICE Oil' ELI CTIO". B.the It Stat.RsoIved-4y-'jhe of Florida Legislature- ,of-

Sunday Sep. 17. Christ. But Chn t'& cause' la inseparably he@.lth'l I don't guess her husband great deal of the material of' the To the Sheriff of Oaoeola County the That th* following' amendment to'
connected with. truth and sim old was worn out and kfcj 8tate of Florida: the Constitution of the State of Florda -
""Not by might but ana will hardly know her company Be It known That I. 'be. and the .f
nor by powe1, H CLAY l same are hereby agreed
tby THy Spirit." saith the Lord of plicity. "Truth" is her watchword when she reaches home. It certainlyis to be replaced with better equipment.A CRAWFORD. Secretary of State of the o, and the same shall b* submitted to>-
her defense is truth and ner success wonderful what Tanlac has done large sum of money has been State 0&"I:1"i:1 do hereby give notice the electors of the State at the sTnratlection \
osti.-Zocharir.h 4:6. (Read 6:10.) hat a .. will be In lilf, ratification -'* '
,' r is only promoted by an extension of for her." spent by the new organization before held In for or reectloni
: '. From the above text last Sunday Osceola County State of Florida on
.' Re0 B. Falls truth.d The above statement was made.byMrs. the work could begin. The Wood rig Tuesday. next succeed ; the first Section S of Article VII I* hereby9
morning ( )
of(Sep. 16), ( ) Neither does it depend on the Arnie Harris, residing at 216 had to be rebuilt, including the band Monday In November. A. P. 111. the amended so a* to read a. follows .
pastor the Kissiminco Bnptiit riches learning or eloquence of her and bull wheels a new drilling said Tuesday .elnr the "Tha Legislatures- shall eon
Davis St. while talking to the Tanlac wire ; "*
Church, preached as follows. : Bevesitsi I>ar ef Nevesaker. yeas In the year of lilt and thereafteFshall
friends. All these when sanctified representative in Bettes Pharmacylast cable 3,500 feet long and capable cl D.For United Stales Senator from the consist of one member of th.S.nsts .**
I";' ,, -How-to 'Succeed in Life." are calculated to bo useful but they Saturday. standing the strain of a ton and a . of Florida for six year. from from each county In the State, '

", are not essential.; See tho selection continued half of stem and drill the cable itsell March 4. KIT. and of one member of the House, or
,
"For several "months
Hierarchy. Christ's c uGe docs not For Six (C) PresidentIal Electors. Representatives from each county In:
The Jews Christ made. He did not call the Mrs. Harris "my daughter suffered weighing a ton and a quarter, e>nd For one Representative of the the State for every ten thousand of .
were now engaged repairing rulers of the Earth, nor yet Jewish with atom.ch trouble and loss of appetite also capable of lowering the ourth Congressional District$ of th* population therein or the major frao--
J; the walls of their city and rebuilding rabbis to be the ministers of His two thousand feet of new heavy State of Florida In the Sixty-fifth Congress tlon thereof where there may be a ma-..
until she became almost a _
the temple of the Lord. Their of the United State jor; fraction' left over after dividing
kingdom but He selected fishermenand physical wreck. Tho physicians at casing:, weighing over 20 tons, into 'For' (Governor the Slate of Florida. the whole number of population of the

.t'. enemies were numerpus, difficulties tax-gatherers; men without learnIng home pronounced her case very serious the well or of drawing if necessary.' For 8.r.cretary *r State of the State county Ythtte number ten thousand.Provided .'
almost insurmountable; consequently of Florida.For each shall havat >
county *
or riches or influence; and these Everything is of the best and has
and They said she
their prospects were often gloomy. hopeless. Attorney..Uencral of the Stat. o* one Representative and that
with a message hateful to the Jews, couldn't live; and of cousre wishingto been made as safe and secure as pos riorida. :.au"t have more than three

The prophet was directed to encour- and foolishness to the Greeks, but do all I could I hurried South with sible. ,Thus far since the beginning; of For Comptroller of .the State of Repr..nf.tlv.s In til* House of :Ketrtreaentatlves
them and he did this by as8urin.frC lorlda .
age The member of the
*
which turned from darkness to the the work has
men operations
. them that their Undertakings would her to Jacksonville. She had fearful present For Treasurer of the State of House of Representatives shall belected .
light and from the power of Satan pains in her right side and complained been under the direction and manage- Florida. for a term of two year and
", certainly succeed, for it was not by unto God. But did they do .t T See .of shortness of breath and dizzy ,ment of G. )F. Kribbs, who formerlywas For Superintendent of Public Instruction . the members. of the Senate shall be j'
might nor by but by the Spirit of the State of Florida. elected for a term of four ,
power year except
the text: "Not by might< nor by would engaged in the oil business in :
of the Lord of I{ost.o. These remarks headaches. We thought she For Commissioner of Agriculture of a,* hereinafter provide". The election
power. Observe, then- die before she got to Jacksonville because Pennsylvania and has had some experience : he State of Florida' for member for each branch shall
are equally applicable to the 2. The cause of Christ depends on she weak and helpless."I along that line both as a Per Two Justice of the Supreme be at the same. tint and places. The
I was so
erection of Christ church on Earth Court of the State of Florida term of office of Senator .
the Spirit of God. "But by My Spirit, read of tho marvelous workman and as an operator and pro el..t.44.n ;
and to this end we shall consider the had rs- For One Railroad Commissioner of 11$ shall expire on ft .
gaith too Lord. -> suIts of Tanlac among our friends in ducer. To handle this heavy work the State of Io'lorlda" V In April; IDltT The tt.-n: of office of
sentiment of the text on this present (a) The Spirit qualifies tho instru- the North and I concluded to il and push the drill 1,000 feet farther For' State Senator for tlh Senatorial . Senators elected In 1H8 from the fol.' 'i
give '
occasion. Let us then observe District of the State of Florida. lowing counties, to-wit: -
Who is sufficient for toward of this ball of
the center
1. On what Christ's cause does not ment employed. to my daughter. I declare. it acted mat- For one Member of the House.' of Qadaaen.: Jackson. Leon.; Madison La:
.. these things? Ministerial sufficiency more like a miracl than medicineand ter requires that everything,-must be lepreaentatKrs,, 'Of tho State of Flor- ,favette. Taylor Columbia. Nassau'Du-
depend. Not on human might nor is from God Moses and Aaron, she right from for safety and success The well is Ida. 'r, i val Marion Bumter. Jefferson, Lee:
power. By Christ's cause we mean all imbued began improving for: County I urine. I Monroe, Pu tam. Vol".'.... Hamllton.AIfivhun. I..
Joshua Caleb, Samson were six both now over 1,700 (cOt in depth.A .
-- the cause of his holy and redeemed the start. She took five or For HheHff i Toward, Liberty.Ziernando,
with it. So Isaiah; so the prophets. ties and I never saw anything like it. record of the drillings at every For Clerk of the Circuit Court. Plnellaa, nrevard. Palm Beach and
church-that cause of truth, and piety A poet lea waited for the Spirit in She in weight from change of the rock formation has For Prosecuting Attorney. ''I..vy. shall expire on-the first Monday.
went right
end love which is destined to be up For County" AnMennor of Taxes. In April IBtl; all Senators to b* f
established throughout the habitable Jerusalem. So all gospel ministers are ninety-six pounds to a hundred and been kept as well as samples of the For: Tax Collector el'.ctrd In the rOn their term of :

this is only rightly qualified in this way. seventeen-an actual gain of twenty- rock brought up by the bailer. The For County Superintendent of Public ''fle.p shall expire on the first Monday

earth. Observe then. cause The knowledge, zeal and power of -and is strong and well as man at present in charge of the drill- structlon. tit. All member of the .
and one pounds For of
not by might nor by power it County Surveyor. Mouaa Representatives elected at
does communication proceed only from the if she had never been sick a day. ing is an expert in his line, having For Fl\e County Commissioners the general election In Itll. their term
not depend Spirit of God. Her appetite is fine and she sleepsall worked in all the oil fields of the For Three Members; of the County of office\ shall expire on th* first Monday '
(a) On human patronage or au (b) The Spirit makes the means has back United States as well as two yearsin Board of Public Instruction In April. l Jl. and thereafter' the
thority. Human institutions require night long and she gone For Justice of the Peace In and for term of office of all member of th* .''I
with them. effectual. The Gospel is a sword but home a changed woman in every respect Burmah India. the following Justice Districts. vis1Noa House of Representatives shall commence -
these; can not dispense the spirit wields "\ hammer; but the and a praiser of Tanlac. Judge Kribbs says that only the : 1 2 S, 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. on the first Tuesday after the '.
But Christ's cuuse consults not the Spirit gives it force. It is powerful in Kissimmee drill ca nreveal what Mother Naturewas For Constable In and for the followIng lust Monday In April next succeeding; t?
wishes of monorchs, seeks not the Genuine Tanlac i is sold Justice Districts vis: No.. 1, 1, 1, the election At the general election
smiles and favors of the noble of to enlighten to convince, .o subdue exclusively by J. Z. Roberson; in I doing down there several years 4. 5 6. 7. 8 In 1">20. and thereafter, all Senator to
to regenerate, to sanctify; but none St. Cloud by Seminole Pharmacy; in'' ago a million or two, but if they find In testimony., Whereof, I have hereunto bo elected shall be elected for a termof
:- Earth and never prospered so well ai I of these things will be effected by the Broa. Adv. just gas enough to make a light as set my hand and affixed the Great four years, the term to begin! on th*
Kenansville by Phillips -
when the princes and rulers of the lenl of the State of Florid at Talla- first Tuesday after the first Monday In
combined it. No word alone. The gospel is the power big as a tallow .candle or oil enoughto msaee the Capital. this the twentj April of the following year, except,
world were against of God unto salvation. Our weaponsare POWDERED LEAD ARSENATE grease the crown pulley he will Tie fOCbs.day of August A U. 1916. that when a new ovunCy la created, th* .
sooner did the world smile upon this only mighty through God. Paul BETTER THAN PASTE satisfied that Florida's greatest ( ) H CL.AT CRAWFORD.Secretary MTlslature shall at that time Ax the ,
eause and give its ungodly support of State. length of the term of the first Senator .
and may plant etc. The same remarks wealth lies deep under, her orange To L H. Ing-ram. Sheriff of Osceola to b* elected therefrom at two Or four
than its beauty, spirituality, apply to prayer, prrise and every gospel Powdered lead arsenate is better trees. Everybody is not going to County it-tmo year. with the end In view of keepIng -

power became seriously impaired.The ordinance and institution which than lead arsenate paste for on insecticide spend twelve or fifteen thousand dollars the :rtbtaf.;; of old' Senators In *"
storm of persecution never did a on CE. balance number of the new.
all nothing and void without the in n.early all accordng to probe nature's secrets and
much mischief to true relig- 'are cases Section 1 of Article VII of the Constitution -
I half so 'Spirit of the Lord. to J. R. Watson entomologist to those who do will be entitled to keep Notice Is hereby given that at a I* hereby amended SO' as to -.,

ion as did the' secularizing: spirit introduced I 3. Notice the advantage arising the University of Florida Experiment their dearly bought information for meetingfor the rro""elh equalizing read a* follow:
by Constantine and after- he tax assessment year 1816. "Tlie' regular session of the Txerlsla
from the arrangement: Station. The powder is more uniform their own benefit. So little is knownof shall .
extended those identified on Tuesday September ISth. 1l6, It ture shall meet In 117 ap I
wards by IJ.t
(a) It keeps the church from des. and keeps better than paste. The the geological structure of Florida WaN detcrmfned by the Council of the '. representation In the
with the Roman hierarchy. Chris:" City of Klsilmmee to raise the assessment House of Representative, as In this
pondency. "God is in the midst of paste dries niter it has been on hand below a certain depth heretofore penetrated -
does not on .following described article provided, which apportionmentshall
cause dependb -force the her: seh shall not be moved." awhile an dfor that r.-aon its strengthcan for water and there being{ no property: personal be baaed upon the last census taken ,

( ) On human or (b) It ensurea success. God's not be tccurately known to the outcrop of the structural formations, I'. L. Handy f 800.00. raised to 8600.00. by' the State of Florida or by the J
power of arms. These ore necessary work be done His cannot such exist in broken mountainous C. W. Dann 1200 DO, raised to $ZGO 00Kissimmee. United States, whichever I* the last
in the defense of Earthly kingdoms must ;; plans user.The as or Bottling Work 40000. taken, In the several counties of the I''! .,
'.' unlawful in the of fail; all lie has said shall be accomplished powder can be used either as a districts, this first deep well will raised to 1850.00. Stat,. and those that shall meet every

but quite support "My word shnll not return spray or as a dust. The paste CII n be l>e Immense value to the geologists. Mach Broil: fa 000.00, raised to f3.- ten year thereafter shall apportionthe
the kingdom qf Chrijt. Human force 500 00. .Be-presentatlon In the House of
Since
and arms may terrify, but will never) unto Me void etc. used! as a spray only. sprays Floyd Tlson $100.00. raised to Representatives In the manner In this
compel to draft I] (c) It gives all the glory to God. are not recommended for all biting insects IMPORTANT to VOTERSDid I 2rio.00M . article provided, which apportionment
convert men
; may in His His it is advisable to obtain the arsenate M Tedder f ICO.00. raised to shall be based upon the last census
their bodies into the outer court, but, None can glory presence. which be used for both $360.00You . enumeration taken by the State of
the wisdom contrived. His arm executei can th,'refore Florida, or by the United States, whichever
will never bring a sinner into i rcHnter to vote in the} latest arc notified that the
holiest of holies. They make hypo-1 I and His spirit effects the comple..esalvation spraying and dusting. you Council. will meet at the Council cham- I I. the last taken next before the
Who is Paul (Juno 6) primlrye..ctionT b... on the Jril day of 1.18. at Legislature ao apportioning; the rp..>
of His
crites and tinsel professors. but they people. If BO, you must register a..'nm if 7:50 p m, for the 'Octob.'i hearingCompizints. resentaitlon shall convene/ '.
Cephas or Tpollts? Who are minIsters I ; If Section 4 of Article VII of the Constitution 't
never force men to possess the genuine ; Of want to vote in t..o next November any. why the said asessments ,
spirit of Christianity. Neither I or friends T All worms of you .. above set out should not bealsed I I. hereby amended eo as ,trend '
election. a* shown herein.J as follows!
does Christ's cause depend Earth; but the Savior of the churchis : Those who have not registered at R. GILBERT. "When any nw county Is created by"

(b) On tho carnal policy or wisdom the Lord of Hosts. Let us seek, Speaking ofCropProfit. time also reminded to 0-Jt Cleak of City of Kissimmee. the Legislature. It shall be entitled to
I depend and follow His Spirit. i any are regis- one Senator and one member of the
in the ,
This is upon
of man. ever seen Then! be to ter if they desire to vote next November .-Joa KNTH JUICIA.; (.IIITIT OKFL.UHIUA. House of Representatives. until the
I courts and cabinets of earthly princes. it 'twill impossibLe go CIRCUIT. COURT OF next enumeration provided for In Bee <

..' History of nations, is full of it. ThisfwcT.ieoEuMN astray. 1 The registration books will OSCKOI.A ( >l'I 'TY-...INCHAWCKRV. tlon e, of this article, that shall b*
soon
4 taken after th* creation ef the said
close.Berkam'f. new county or until th. next census*
senting nearly a score of different Myrtle K. "1..'_,.. enumeration: that shall b* taken by
: ; lines of business hastened to Join as ..plal*..t.. the United States of America after the
I if they had long been waiting jut Pertunmoti Tree .v*. ...- creation of the said new county wnloMner ,
Iptl The member Net Returns .' $1.75 Helm ef T as W. P.I..., shall the sooner be taken. after,
such an opportunity. Hatju Bumper Crop decreased K...*.*...*. the creation of said new count,. whenIt
we.r' a. "No Thank You" button as Cost to ProduCe' .60 shall b* entitled to on* member ef
;' tALL CONVENTION.' visible evidence if the stand they have SILL TO QUIiCT TIT LID. the House of Representatives for every -
FOR of Tour NET PROFIT 1.1 :J. F. Berkam of Kissimmee does ten thousand population or the major /., t I
, The thirty-third annual conventionof taken on the subject treating. not need a long pole to knock off his To all parties\ : clalmlir aa Interest fraction "thereof the sam a* other
In the following described property counties. .
the Florida Woman's ChrlatianTemper.nce The W. C .T. U. has the greatest persimmons. He has a small Japanese under Palmer deceased, ortherwlse ,

Union will be held in paid membership ,of any woman's or- You grow ALL crops for persimmon tree on his place at th.e ,o.tO..1 I: HB-U of NW-If. A Joint Resolutionamendment proposing an
_nd fractional! SW4 of NE-i4 of Sec to Section 1 of Arid Vf
of and Lake streets from
Daytona November 7-10, all' meetingsto ganization on earth. The influence of net profit. Net profit is the corner Bay 18. Tp. 25 S of R. 30 B. In Oaceola of the Constitute of the State, of
be in the Casino. 500,000 white ribboners is felt in legislative difference between what each which! has been gathered'about 826 County Florida. Florida as amended by Joint R..oluoJ,
of the conevntionis D. C. persimmons this season. You and each of you are required toappear tlnn No. t. Act. of 111!. relating to "
The membership circles in Washington crate hamper or barrel costs *
and
bill filed sunma-e eligibility
as follows: The State Officers superintendents The states now expecting to vote upon YOU and what you get for The tree is only about eight feet herein otA De."Wt.aW'8: Be It Resolved by the Legislature; of

and organizers the "Y" the question of prohibition in No- IT. You sell by the crate high and about eight feet in diameter This order to be published for 12 the State of Florida:
L. T. L. the and is only four years old. Its eonsecutive weeks In the Klsstmmeealley That the following amendment to
California
Secretary the Secretary vember next are Alaska barrel :
hamper or ; you should Gazette, a weekly
first last dropped off as newspaperubllshed Section 1 of Article VI of the Constitution
District" Presidenta. the four General Idaho Michigan Montana, Nebraska, crop year In Kissimmee Osceola Coun- '
figure your profit the ...mew.y. or the State of Florida be. and
the the
of local and Del. Dakota. soon as persimmons became ty. Florida. the Is hereby
Officers unions one Ohio and South same agreed to and shall ,
from each. Additional Delegates size of walnuts. None dropped thin Witness my hand and seal this 19th be. submitted to the elector of the
egate day of Sept, 1918. -one for each twenty members Colonel T. J. Watkins year. J J U ( 'VFRSTREFT.CI..rk for ratification or rejection
or fractional l part thereof. No union The fruity! is large-two to three Circuit Court Section 1. Every male person of lie

be represented unless it has paId' Said to Be Most Expert I Inches in diameter The tree has (rlrcult Court Seal) ago of twenty-ope year. and upwardswho
can been fertilized occasionally with small "'Iir,' ,n & I'1eIgr.Iic'it.r Is a citizen of the United I State '
state dues. No person can be a Delegate You spend less per crate i fur Cuniplalnatit I _40.121 at the time he applies to register. shaH
unless her dues are paid tot Citrus Grower in State i In growing 500 crates on quantities of chicken and stable ma h.l deemed a qualified elector at all
nure. '\ ('IH('I IT ('UI HT. KTATK OF iloetlons under the Constitution of th.
the current year. ONE acre than if you. grow A Mr. Berkam about FI.OMID4. CE\ 5'FIf JII II(1\I.I tatevof Florida, provided that h* p>o*.
It is greatly desired that every union Possibly 'some may think the ques them on TWO acres-you ripening pointer gives '1114- IIP IM. ":"1,'" ('UI :'loT'. ieises| the following additional: qualln C ,
unripe persimmons is-put -1HAX Kilt. HtlonsHA
shall have a delegation present < :
will tion us to who is the most expert citrus know that. Good commer- them into a refrigerator. The "cold] shall have resided and had his
Many important questions come bea cial fertilizer. rightly used weather" them. (.race I.. ".,.1.., ('nmplelnat.llnllnK norma n*.nt home nnd T>]ace of abode In
before the convention. grower in Florida 13! or should often makes the difference ripens ,.. the State of Florida for one year and

Daytona is an ideal "Convention mooted question.The I Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Snyder. ..DcfrnrinnC.It I n the county: : wherein; he applies to
between Days ,
'", and 250 crates, or less, .'--- register for six months, previous thereto *
Besides the call to duty
City. Volley Gazette thinks however and SOl crates, or more i Your druggist will refund' money If PAZOOINTMENT fll..iirtnh"' affMn\lt app..nr1.,1I. -
which the State Convention per th. hill (ll 1.-.. In the .ov..tnl..1 l He he .able
service l.II. to tnVe afiycs.e of Itching must to read, write and
that Colonel T. J. Watkins of sere-ft cuts down what eachcrate the .l..ferl-!
always sounds there is the indefinable Blind.Bleeding! Protruding Pied In 61014d..,. enqiethat llullntr I-In\I'r interpret any section of the Qonstttulun -
attraction in the roar of the breakers Orlando is entitled to that distipction costs you. The first sppltcstion gives llsse!; and ttest. :!Oc.I I.nnl. Ihinln n..nie II Ihi MRIO "t Florlslcl''nt apiillt-s, to register and vote.
and the stimulating] ooean breezes -basing its opinion on information or EI"de I'HHB, TIXWH imr tin-, age if. He must own In his n.rlght, property -
.
fair S IlllltllllllllllllllllltlLegal I I""t.on" Mnrs It l IK I th.-r..C..re ori.r'i to the value of not less than five
which beckon nil to Daytona obtained from a well known citizen ,. ,
I '
that snld nonresidentI d 1< n<1n luiulreil, dollars which fact shall hletermlned
Daytona l>y the Rea. of Kissimmee. I In. mill I..' I. I h. r,.l>v rc.juir.-.l to an- < only by the assessment
Minnie E. Neal President. One afternoon this week sever\1 fertilizer ; i pear to the hill or romplBlnt fliEd in I hooks of the county at the time he
Mabel P. )Dean Rec.-Sec. Kissimmeeans discussing the High quality I said runs on or before Monday the applies to register and vote."
were makes most difference FOR Rth I 91 6. other- He niust not have been convicted. ',
-' citrus situation. The talk veered off Advertisements said MM will
HlleKHtlotiH of
YOU between cost and net : : win the iretlniiH to the time he applies to reester ;-
GAIN THAT IS LOSS. as to discussion of successful orange b.l taken as confessed by said d.-f-nl- or vote of larceny robbery, forgery -
returns. Our thorough ant perjury or bribery lit of t'
It conceded that J. M. any 4.
Billy Sunday says: "Some people growers. was knowledge o( needs, -1 111111- -111'1111111111 II Is further ordered thalltht. order ,ourts of any State. or of the United
the government makes money out Lee of Kissimmee probably is the crop ITATKMKNT OK TIIK OWNRIISIIII. hn t publish once a week for four ronterutlve States, or If so convicted he muHt '
say saloon Suppose you best in Osceola county-at least our rigid: system of manufacture MANAOKMRNT, ('IHCILA- weeks In the Kissimmee' ValI I lave been restored to the rights of elt- _
of the reveni Ipv (In..." published Inlaid I .
there is better. lie has made with every process TION ETC.. a newspaper senshlD
and he none
'That
sold butcher knife to a man and State
a County Provided however ho
then turned around and Ian it through money year after year steadily in this carefully controlled by especially .Of d weekly Klsalmmne at Valley Klsslmmee.dasette Florida; publlsh-, re.quired This i7th d1Y of September: 1016. 1>r lineal descendent of any such person per-

boy. How much would industry.At trained men, and our by the Act of August 24, 112 I,. OVKRHTRERT.rlork Ion wno was on January flrst. lSC7. or
you
your deal For dollarof this point Mr. Lee himself came long experience in Florida, Editor w. J. FFlpp. Kissimmee. Fia.l'ubllmkers. Circuit, Court. !prior thereto entitled to vote under
the every Circuit Court Seal) he Constitution
make on ( and law of
W. F>. Harris and E. U *
revenue that the liquor interests along and joined the group and was gives: i Armour Fertilizers V.n. Agnew Klsslmmee. FlaUwnere Z Hans lutes or Territories I or e 'lrtlt to
into the treasury-stained with "put wise" '.o he topic of conversa- high profit-making quality.Let : W. H Harris Kissimmee. 8iiitor for Complainant. 4fl-4t rote under any form of government.
pay tion. Armour Fertilizers make Fla.; E. Q Vans Agnew Kissimmee )r any naturalized. cltlien or his de-
and children
of NOTICE OK ICLECTIO.
theblood women icendants. shall be denied the right t
'We,have to go down into our pockets 'Well" said Leo "I am not at all profit for YOU this season. Fla.Known bondholders morto-agrees and register and vote because he shall note

and out $20 to supports the pro- too modest to claim that I know considerable Booklets free. ,other security holders holdlna; 1 per Whereas, the Legislature. of 1115. Under 1> able to read writ and Interpret
pay What fools 'beans' about growing ,rent or more of total amount ot bonds.TtortKages. the Constitution of 1886, of the my section of the Constitution of the
of the grogshops. State of .
Florida
ducts aa above provided orBecause
1 or other securities: Annei'aimer of did three
Florida joint
State
down $20 oranges. In fact, I do not think any pass he shall not own of
We have to property
pay l FelL Warrentown. Va ; Mer-
are 1I resolution
we in Osceola Url ooo"Jnt'f.' .8'rrnJ.To..V: :: : t the value above naturalisedltlsen ',
for one they Five us. They are body county hap anythingon I"v athaler Linotype Co. New York the specified; '
; i.' every crowd.' pie as fin orange grower. Thereis 1:1 Q VANS AGNEW.Sworn da. and the toame were '''fre..d.to by a of the United State. h/>wever
it the
a generous to and subscribed before me vote of three-fifths of ..11 the memberselected time they apply and before they'shall
however in
'
Orange coun-
one man, be admitted to register shall
this 14th day of Sept. l ll. to each house, that the votes
CLUB. ty who has me beat. Tako it from D.O WAQNBR resent to the registration. officer jcer.Iflcate '.
TIIANKYOIJ" on said joint resolutions were entered
"NO. 1 .
In It Kotary' Public of lila naturalisation, or a duly
me--ha is the beet orange grower upon their respective Journals, with
growing feeling among business Vy commission expire Jan 10 117. and I LUthentlcatrd copy thereof.
The the threon. they
the State. Colonel Watkina is the J'etermine nay Bee. t. Upon the adoption of thU '
men that temperance is a good Armour Fertilizer Works lid and direct that the ald. amendment to the Contltutton, the
T. J. Watkins of Orlando.
of man- I l\ thing la shown in the formation Mr. Lee then cited Colonel Wat- JacksonTilIe.Fla.Fertilizers. (,'.OKII>SRVKNTH JUDICIAL elector* of the Stat at the general laws Legislature[ to hall the enact appropriate of thl* p

still another organization, popularlyknown kina's achievements in the- citrus industry as the "No, Thank You -T CHANCERY. Now therefore. I. 14. Clay Crawford. fr
-enough to satisfy .tho Valley Secretary of State of the State of Florida '-
Such a club was formed In Sacramento Gazette man that the Colonel is en- I....Ibl. .11= w.n Cps V do hereby: srlve ceniral The vote cast In compliance with' .
not long a.,0 to break down the titled to hold championship belt. '1 4 orporailMl ... .... lection will l b* held eTn ::hac laid proposed amendment*, and the* "* '
(t of treating, andTcontrary to eArlnour eslMl.K ..... ..IoeJ. t7 In Florida oh Tuesday next aucceednsT anvass, declaration \ and returns
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the expectation- of some, it met Big Crop On Lee Grot FicrIda. C!..>.*._sif*. D. l l.. the said Tuesday -belnsf the eainlatlona and restriction a* ar*'
immediate favor. The first day's'a v*. seventh day of November for the ratification provided by law for' e1.ction.--
....- of 200 included bankers 'I. II. (/ ._ Jim Ore or rejection of th. said joint in the 8tat of .rf.r.1. t'la '
Membership farmers The citrus of the Lee Rleeaer: :.ra eakJ* wife, resolution proposing; a to testimony whereof. I have.hereUnto -' '
chauffeurs, clerk, barber, groves Tkv 'r. .,ei Harewar the Constitution to the Stat m.rn\IO set my hand and nfflxert the Great
\ salesmen, merchants, automobile brothers, near Southport Osceola 43......,., a c............. ida vIa Seal of the Stat 4t Florida at Tall-
f I. porters, railroad county bare a !arge. this year- ..d 10:__ K. B. Caas; > h__ the Capital. this the twenty-n/thj-.
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dealers, growers, ....r..... lay of Jly.A.. lilt. '. ) .
) ei"K labor- estimated by John M. Lfo at about belt A Joint Resolution proposing an arnenment ._
men lawyer engineer, to Section 5 of Article t of the (;seal) no 2.AY-CRAWP'ORD,, 'I(
: en; In tact, it *..m. that lyn repr*- 20,000 boxes. Ji$ ,appearln-1 affidavit appended Stat. Constitution relating to SaraI <>-.... Secretary of ,tate. ",
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MORALS; .PBEVATTMrs. :j., PATENTS IMPROVE IN -KISSI.MMEE Lamer,Water Mo.;. Sept.. ''13 Florida, 1S16. HIGH 'RANK WITH OTHER STATES .

Mora Stubbs Prevatt, wife of City Clerk .J. R. Gilbert baa made To the Kissimmee alky Gazette
Jennings B. Prevatt of Winter Haven his last figures on KitBimmee's 1915 Gentlemen-We pent such a pleasant ...'
died last Friday evening about .
winter in Kissimmee that we nev- ,
in the Florida Rapidly( *Under the Andes Treat- realty Ux *.-payable] this year. The r
8 o'clock Sanitarium er will forget'' how delighted we all '
which ii located near Orlando. The ment records are not ;yet complete on per- were with the good treatment we received State Board of Health Shows above 10,000 it is 14.6 for white and
funeral services were held in the aonal taxes . from you good people. Especially 23.4 for negroes. '
Associated Reformed Presbyterian The total of city taxes levied for did I enjoy the meeting every( No Smallpox and Markedly Report received froart tl.ooo does ;
church last Saturday evening at Many Desire to Know Where Ingredients 1915 was $35,381.11. Delinquent sales Tuesday night at the League House, of Florida which have realized the im-
three o'clock\ being conducted by the this year are more numerous and aggregate which seemed to be supported by the portance of keeping accurate records-
pastor Rev. N. E. Smith assisted by .. Are Gathered a larger sum than ever be- ladies in particular.r Low Rate of Typhoid of health matters show the relative!
Rev. J. F. Bell, pastor 01 the Methodist fore during Mr. Gilbert's incumbencyas Wfelt greatly benefited bj our fatality of various diseases,
y church. The pallbearers were J. city clerk, which Is equivalent to visits in all your churches. The ministers and and these results may fairly be taken l
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nothing unusual for A. O. ConsumptionFlorida
B. .Pjjaut, Jr., Mont Tillis Corrvdon Payne, the owner of the renowned sating "in the city's history," for he all took such deep interest in as representating conditions in the"
Carpenter, Milton Skipper, J. F. Lips- And.a Prescription to receive statements Is now in his fifteenth year in that their membership.; I will not soon entire state.Tuberculosis. .
comb and T, T. Hatton. Intermentwas from trained nurses saying; .office. There are 235 delinquent forget meeting Mr. th$ claimed more victims 'N) ,
\Vildwood.. The grave was "Your medlcJn baa beneJHted my patient 'sales-sales representing $4,313.39 first man met ct the MrPhatterh the has a population of 921,618. in 1915 than any other disease. "
covered with btautiful floral tributes BO much, and 1 have another [unpaid taxes to which $122.55 un-' first Sunday I went there in time for Such is the result of the count Wright's disease came next. Organic
from friends her;, at Winter .Haven that will atari. on It In a few day. It paid costs are to be added totaling Sunday school, for with so pleasant a made by state authority in 1915, the disease of the heart followed. Diar-
and Kissimmee. la a wondertul tonic and appetizer." In $4,435.04. smile did he in rhea and enteritis (und r bronchopneumonia -
Comparative figures of this I greet me a strangeland : report of which has recently been
Mrs Prevatt had been ill for several a recent letter from a Florida trained .
malaria,
''and other years show: : .among strangers.I [ aypl.ilis, diphthe'f
weeks and friends. in the city re nnriie she states: "I am now flvlnAn.le" > published by the Department of Ag-
I very much enjoyed visits in your\ ria and croup, "Whooping courfh
I Sales--
to a patient of mine and find --Delinquent
('ei't'dI message last week stating", It In help'lnir MO much. JSvc-ry clay I i Taxes Levied. Number. Taxes. 1 school, conducted by Prof. Evans. I 1 riculture. As compared! with the measles then followeu in order as the ,1
that little hope wus entertained( for nm nuked wonder where the InRiedlents !- i 1191L! __ _$: ;,:aR1.l1 aar. $4,313.39 only wish I had spent more time in United 1 States census of 1910, it causes of death. Not a .death from a
her recovery. While her death was not come from. I nm a graduate ,,1014! _ ,222.117: : 139: 2.914.941H13 the various rooms. Miss Yowell surely I shows an increase of 169,000 or 2'2.5per smallpox occurred in U o state in '
I altogether iim-xpected.. the grief occasioned nurse hint, hats been unable to anuwerthnt :!_ ___ :31,<;5 by the announcement was none t CJ1Ipatlon. I'[ with greatest any cbilrlbirth .a
was truly delighted the way )' births and t'ioe: following/
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191286,415,38: 935.55I 'I
the !10u-- poi IIInt. I \_Th herbs. hnrks and berries thateta pour colored professor managed the 'five-year period in Florida's history: ''are omitted l from this: mnn"-nUoi.: . ,' '
The deceased i wan reared in Bnt tow, (gathered In many i parts> of th1 Costs should he l added to thj delinquent 1 boys and girl under his care. I Leaving out individuals of other I j Florida's death I irto, as nearly !as ".,.
t wnh beloved by every one in the city, nod other countries are piirchnnprtfnim taxes as follows: For 1915, I was watching that potato )patch I can be determined by methods in
of her mother's the natives In the rough shipped 122.55 for 1914! $76.59< !l for 1912 races, and also state convicts amounting :
an'd l was the idol ( ; ; which I saw planted in January, and force in the state, varies but little .
r heart. Friends not onlft.1' the loss I to. the Ohio.great nnd Iabornforles under the personal ht <"Mnrlnnntl. $9S.: saw watered in Februarv. I was sur- | in all, to about 2,000, there were I I from that of Northern states, where { J'
I i imipervliilon
j" of this beautiful young woman keen- | of that well-known Orr- ,pried) at the report; and I reckon it 559,237: whit-c: and 360,385 negroes ''similar statistic; are available. It is
ly, but sympathize deeply with thedevoted | man chemist ](err Albert S chnll.. the Illinois Strawberry Grower I was true, as reported in paper, as to ',Of both races, 492,120 were old lower than in tio: n stal.'a where larger :
husband and tlvi- mother, who medicinal' properties, are oxtrnctfd.bottled. 1. the number<< of bushels sold and corn enough to vote and 428,052 wore under shares of the population is 'gathered -
is now left ellli..elalOf1e in the Inspected and labeled" andplaced Will Grow Strawberries and velvot beans planted on the same I age. The 291.R28 white males in the citi a. It is lower than
world. She has been: brave through I on the market wherever the At Kissimmee Park l lI I ground. I have been watching theprogress I outnumbered tl-c 2(57,959( white -fenujlcs I that of North Carolina; somewhat
all her troubles and disappointments: domnn require This In Andes most I'reHorlpUon. / of that sawdust brick plant. [ by a majority of 23,869, and (higher than those of Virginia and
in business, and even though/ her.only nnd It has had the I '
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telling my friends about there were 14,187 more than Kentucky.The .
phenomenal sale] of medicine I pales
child I is taken, sire still has implicit Iilnced, IVefnro the any public. It Is ever Bold <;- Auburn, 111., Sept. 11, 1916. '-'I jit, and they laugh at the idea. females among the negro: race. death rate from typhoid fever, '
II faith in her, Lord end knows strictly mi Its merits. advertisement, I--To I I : the Kis.-immee Vall.>y>ttfzctte: <' I um astonished at cattle sales I Thy} _abstracts given ind'cnte that, from pulmonary ti-l<.rcilo..ic end oUter "
that it is best as Me has decreed.Airs. I sells. one Imttle and the user sells ton, !<;- Gent4.rOn--i I amery ,made .in your town. It :shows prosper in spite of more or less adverse eco- forn's of tuberculosis: and from ? ,
Prevatt had been a member as they I praise !It for all forms of stomach !<:- pleased to read in the Valley ity. |nomic conditions Florida's growthfor pneumonia is markedly lower than in
of the AR. P. church a number of I trouble tndlgestiont con"lI"nllon'l!-:> zette that some of the nuch'I-'I 1 'I nm watching the bond issue for { the last five years has been at a the states named and in moat:: rf the r
t: years and just before the spark of life iA t liver and kidney < '.. .. \ I!-X Kissiramee are beginning .good roads and other improvements.It rate pever equaled in tl was extinct she spoke of seeing her up that worn-out tlsmi, enriches the I-:> strawberries. seems to somebody must he North
grow me i Such then! is the rather Mixed pop malaria (exe-pUns --Carolina,
father and dear friends in (Heaven I 1,100, <1. Rives new-life vim nnd'Ijor to -:> I am a strawberry enthusiast. I going wild over Miami, from r(> |ulation whose physical welfare is the from Influenza, from pellagra (excepting \
\\t. and with God's !help she could face vho the have entire lout system their,appetite returns. the to propefdeBlre those I 4:. I have had about fourteen yearsexperience > sales] of land in that part 0 forted charge of the State Board of' Health. North Carolina), from syph-
death bravelv. I, for food. It assimilates.( what I<: with them. I was > Land of Flowers. 1 looked at land The expenditures of the! Board for ilis. and from liright's die KSC.
Mr. and !Mrs. Prevail were married! you sat sad In this way gives strengthtn C'! foreman of a thirty-acre field four miles out, priced at $150 per 1 1915 averaged approximately 13 cents I I These and other scores of facts that
Oct. 18, 1914! and lived until a short I the. old and young. I<:- for some time. I quit that to aero, that would cost $75 to get for every man, woman and child, 1 may be deductd froi.i the published I authentic -
time ago in Kissimmee, but recently 'JIiIES'I'HESCiUI'TION; > *: grow them for myseir. I ready for planting. Not many (I f us I'white and black, in the state. report: Ire proofs of the high
moved to Winter Haven, where Mr. that isr.aeiving -0- Some time 1 bought Northern folks see such values in { I lieMthful-
the indorsement ago some I can i j There is no machinery by whichthe rank thnt Florida holds for
Prevatt is in business. ,I of trained *: land in Kissimnvpe Park I soil and cultivation. i. h
and *
nurses and,) other exact or. even tho approxihrite ]acre among the Btatcu of th- Union. ,;
The sympathy of the entire community \,'on sale in KiKsimmee! ; professionals, is now I*; l bought it with the intention of I \v( found the water of the deep I Iw.IL death rat of the state can be deter- ,It has a decided! advantage over many
is extended to the husbandand Store, the exclusive" by Corner Drug ,-:> growing strawberries. on it. So in Kissimmee far ahead of waterat I mind;; but, basing an estimate upon '1 of them in the low rate of mortnlity {
mother.-Bartow CourierInformant. agents, ':'f you may see that I am pleased 4': Tampa, Jacksonville, or any other 1 the reports f)I om those cities ;in which from typhoid fever, consumption ti
4'! to see I will not be alone in the .> place we visited while in the Stnle. ''II accurate statistics are kept, it is 15 ;,F pneurionin. in spite of the fact' that '
IMPORTANT to VOTERS -:> business.l -> I am watching your sister town, !St.=; 'deaths for each 1,000of the entire hundred!. nf tubercular ruff 'or'" come t
St. Cloud's "Old Boys" fi 8. If handlod, correctly, there are I Cloud grow. I have a strong fellow '|population.[ According to races, it is ,annually to Florida, honing;; for henc- '
(Hid register to in .<:. both money and pleasure in : feeling for the "old boys" over there. 13.1 for whites and 18 for the negro fit and rC'liet.hen too late and deathin <
Have you ; vote the lat --1
growing strawlx rries. <) Our) M-ction here in Missouri has <
GetUpandGeti n ,
year i 1 race. In the' cities with a population their ndopteij state ensuos.tably
i est (June (f i) prmn.elt'I'Iion; ? I::> here I picked lO.OQO(( quarts from (01 failed in corn this year because. ofdry _ __________n_ n__ __ _ _ _ _ ____
If so, you must rcgistei again :if .
The old federal soldiers -! J1Money weather.
I one acre. Wheat was not half
conl'titul'I'I' want to vote in the ; .. RK.MAKKAUI.E UEITILES. thc Stegosaurus, which had so
At you nextO'CI1)- '
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ing, with their wives and : 1 ber election. : in strawberries ? 14 'crop. This puts the farming/ community : I diminutive brain that It must have P
]larger part of the population of St.I -:. think so! < : in very bad shape, so that many |I
1 Those who have not registered :it I' During the time of deposition of been very stupid.: This animal was ;
Cloud arc nothing i if net progressive./ | -I* Yours very truly, 4 I are leaving for other! places. Hay i is
time rl J reminded 1 the clays" the Morrison undoubtedly Clumsy also, but its
are constituting very
any o to regi'ter ,
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They want nic-nn: t to A. H. :: 'the host crop we had. -- j.
if they defireto vote'"next No-"l > C .hale in southern (Colorado there site and protective armor aidedin
L huge
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it. They have voted by a plurality :> --1: ;< -: ':0:0: : : : I I'I h to see Kissimmee continue
vemlwr. i isted a great variety of remarkable i its preservation.-U. S. Geological
of f to 1 bonds to the amount of 'lo in all
I prosper ways. I
The registration books soon will l' reptiles %f Their bon"s, j Survey.
$115,000 for waterworks and sewe"At .c.I,close.. I The Hoggs murder, in Hade, countyfprobably Truly yours.W. . ,which are in paces abundant, arc the I
the "same time they! voted u franchise i will down in I.. GRIFl IN.
x Florida I - -- - -- - ---- go history as I remains, of animals that were mired | Miss Angeline Lucile Tompkins, a
to the Central Intcrur-j, The Quinine Thst Does Not Affect The Heed'''an unsolved mystery. Jam:'_ Butler,, in the soft clay of which the [orri- of Ocala but
ban ; woman formerly
I '1 Railway, with nly three nepa-; )llccmi ol iu tonic and laxative enact, I.AX A. who was recently: arrested: nnd charged ,: To Cure a Cold In One DayTake ,:on formation largely consists. Some who young has been at Pougnkeepsie, IL Y..
tive votes. Some old these! TIVK: KOMO
boys QI'INISH I I.h..I1.than ordinalQuinine -
) with the crime, has 'been tek'ase'l, LAX ATI VK BROMO Quinine. It dope the jf these
and doer not cause nervnusiim creatures, such as tho Brontosaurus is suing Edward Yale a
May they live long to enjoy the fruits", nor Cough and Headache off the Cold
j Record. ringing" in hart Remember .hi. full name and. as sufficient evidence could not be ob-t DruKitlata, refund nlior falls to cure 't were r 0 feet long. Many of 72-bear-old hotelkeeper, for $60,000
4 I \,10 < against him.j j E. W CiKOVK'S amuature' on each boa 25c. t.hem had remarkably i.mall head, no- for breach of promise.

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weeks. The slaughtering; capacity of company's new grapefruit-julaa 'factory , 1.
STATE ,NEWSThe the plant will be 200 head of cattle, at :MlamKIs, being erected. Its. .';
r 600 hogs''and 600 sheep daily. output will be, 300 a
to''be increased gradual ,
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be The semi-annual convention. of NOTICENOTICE ,
The acreage Iff celery will 'eo..M'ortiJer
The Fertilizer Company
K + A doubled over last year by, the Davie Florida chiropractors,held in St. Ad. of Jacksonville has arranged for- .
Ip gustlna-last week was fairly attended. '
growers.. erection of fertilizer warehouse and 1
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,t'' GROVE 4r Ten acres of mack land-t r'a' ba It is reported that Col..C. W. Fow side track'at, Haines City, is; hereby given that ,all State and j
'of the
nana plantation have been purchased superintendent Kentucky The Atlantic Coast Line Jtas appropriated *,

r" e*. GARDEN &, FIELD by to Glen Ft Lauderdale F. Bates who-, .recently movod Military for Institute erection, of has a let three-story the contract and other a Improvements large sum for at side Haines track County License taxes, including oMtomo-' ;

r.. Eau Gallie\ the
barrack at
ANSWERED building on
QueSTJONS IMMEDIATELYMRS.NMC.PRANOB.DEPT City Here this railroad lately has
I bile tax will be due and' '" October''
eY MAIt. site where the cottages were destroyed considerable payable
of town ,
tho of Profess bought a tract
According, to opinion winter.. '
fire last
i.e Man. by
WILSON sor Dewey, government botanist the land. The increasing business of Its ,
I TooMea FEariuzea,COMMITVMciuonviixa. sisal industry call be'developed with -5- Sebring branch terminating nt '1st, 1916. Persons failing to comply with "

Fa.*. great success in Dade county. The case against James Butler,; Haines ,City is the main cause. I
ROOT KNOT ON CUCUMBERS. -:-- charged with the killing of A. A. l V __ the law regarding these license taxes' will :
Boggs and his daughter, Miss Marjorie TM Woman's of has
4'I Club Lawtey
some
noticed of station to be
cucumber A If
plants not sty new passenger Boggs, at Cocoanut Grove in the dedicated its new club house. Mrs A. be subject to prosecution. The law requiring ,' a
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l an doing theerroota dug erected at Ft. Myers. Spanish fall of 11 14, was dismissed last eek S. Jennings, president of the Florida :
and found much will be used.
of architecture
+ design
in the circuit court in Dade "
county
ylarga d. .think it is not root knot, i I because of lack of sufficient evidence the Federation of Women's Clubs, laid state numbers on automobiles has not !
that cyanamid for order of the town council RaiI I corner-stone. ,
was a cure i By to warrant conviction. Butler, however -
this. Is it? If so, how should it be ford setting out shade trees on'''the '
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T I << js wall carried to DeLand to be The 10,000-acre cattle ranch of J. been repealed, and state numbers must
applied I principal streets.D. tried on two forgery charges.A G. Buval
Answer Boyd at J3aldwin, county,
-Cyanamid seems to be
'1f quite a good control for root knot, but I W. Ramaseur of\this state has member of the girls' canning has just been fenced in and is being Mr. also be secured. ;
made tick-free via vats.
you will hardly dare to put it on In 1 been named treasurer of the American clubs of Hernando county is reported Boyd formerly owned dipping cattle extensively ,
necessary quantities with a in Pharmaceutical Faculties.
crop to have produced over two tons of I in Florida but tick infestationof
the Trcatment-ahaald W. B CRAWFORD
ground. be before ,

I tomatoes on one-tenth acre of ground and other discouraging fac- .
planting, and in many instances Jacksonville's newest Industry is a ranges ,
tors
{ quite a few weeks before planting. i factory to make marmalade from The Florida Road Department will resulting therefrom caused him Prosecuting Attorney
to of his holdings numbering
dispose ,
The recommedotion is the use of from .choice Florida fruita. The factorywas
the next
recommend to Legislaturethe
about head in 1910. When thetickeradication
600 to 1,000 pounds of cyanamid moved from Tavaros, in Lake 2,500' ,
per [ of law for
a providing became oo.ooo .. .
acre, half of this being spread on the county. passage state convicts the campaign assured ooooooo.oo..oooooooooo.oooo'ooo..o. .....
working the on made
he immediately
soil and plowed as deeply as possible, arrangements /r
the other half then spread and disked I Preparations for the approachingClay public roads. to get back into the cattle-
breeding business and he expects to '
in. county; fair are g/Jlng forwardand Lake Butler purposes to hold an clean the ticks off his ranch by dip- a .
indication points to a suc
every election on the question of issuing of
ping. and by rotation pastures.
IS ROOT KNOT PRESENT? cessful event. The officers are busyon $10,000 in bonds for construction of

t)' I want to plant tomatoes on land the plans and farmers are getting an electric lightplant and system.It Married. I' The Favorite Store of Kifsunmee ,-- ;
where Iron cowper.s have been grow their exhibits in shape. is expected that the election date
Hammer
At Haines City-Miss May +k
h ing. Would the roots of those cowpeas will be designated.
soon
t Florida and John F. Linden, both of \ 1
show whether root knot is present Commencing Oct. 17, the
court will conduct the next: Haines City, where they will reside.
T I for Supreme
;;)''' am sending some to you Davie growers have begun planting
,Ill examination. regular examination of applicants for celery beds. Twentv car loads of celery Mothers who spend the night witha
'; M' Answer-Th roots of Iron :admission to the bar of this state from that section
cowpeas were shipped sick baby appreciate the help they FURNITURE ?
would not be a sure medium from last year. It is expected that the pro- get from McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR; .
, ', which to judge as to the presence A Masonic temple costing $75,000 posed increase of acreage will bring especially in hot weather. It quiets "
I, of root knot, for Iron cowpeas are is to be erected at New Smyrna. next season's shipments up to 1 50 car fever and irritation, soothes the atom
? very resistant. The roots you send I' loads. ach, checks the bowels and helps both
#'. has
St. Augustine now a plumbing
us are in absolutely healthy condition
and'child obtain and
mother to
:. the little protuberances being board, appointed to insure sanitary Citizens of Stuart and adjacent sec- rest. Price 25c and 60c per sleep bottle.} -I
the natural nodules. II,plumbing throughout the city. tions are planning a big celebrationwhen Sold by Osceola Pharmacy.Magnolia !r a i

f r') :' the new bridge across the St.
} LIME-SULPHUR SOLUTION. A Jacksonville firm, manufacturingdry Lucie river at that place is completedand
mak kilns, recently received an order I opened for traffic. The bridge,
4.. from far-off Russia. however, will not be completed for Balm

. Answ-er -Since you ore thinking of I I several months yet.
making lime-i.ulphur solution, we :I Much enthusiasm is being demon- ''f
In connection with Hardware Gee
I would advise you to send to the New ,strated throughout Jackson and surrounding Farmers in the Boyette section is the Liquid Face Powder used by famous our we carry:: a complete
York Agricultural Station, -Geneva, N. I counties over the West I to plant considerable acreageto Wautiea. If you have Sunburn,Tan or fine of furniture. We make a specialty of ontfittiaf kernes, tad
' 4 l Y., for the popular edition of Florida fair to be held Marianna: purpose norma rda punctatn, a plant which Freckle try CUCagnolia 3)"lm. It quickly Vandle reliable
Jt.' tins 319 and 320. There is a BUlle-I November 7. I yields by distillation the popular antiseptic topi the bum and remove. Tan and ," ;
I in making Blemuhea. Make your skin soft and '
great deal properly which during the
I thymol, ,;:\
sulphur (solution; and, persona : The Florida Mutual Fire Insurance present war has increased in market moolh. Easy to ue and Bed Room Furniture Dining
do not think it pays the user to at- I 1 company of Tampa, capitalized at price from $2 to $9 per pound. pure to please ,
., tempt it. We will, however, give you 'I,$500.000, began business under a Thou Colon Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor
; \ the formula from this bulletin: Use I I I charter issued under the recently enacted Both D. C. McMullen, president White. Pink. RoM-ReJ. ". ;

I 60 pounds lime and 125 pounds sulphur mutual insurance law of Flor- and Milton Smith, secretary, of the 75 c.all>M6,1"e.ei 611 maiIJtncLSAMPLE Suits Odd Chairs Rockers ; .
to 50 gallons of solution. Slake ida. .. Florida I Anti-Saloon League, have ,
f. the lime, make a thin paste, and add sent in their resignatior/ because cf FREE
the sulphur. The lime should be Jonathan L. Watson, a young man I Kent Pendleton's retention as superintendent LYON MFG CO.. Couches Etc.
fresh lump lime, free from dirt and of Bradley Junction, has been arrested the friction being due to 40 So.Sib St. Brooklyn.N.Y. I

\!,,' grit, containing 90 per cent or more for sending obscene postal cards alleged political activities of Pendle- I .\ '
(( of calcium oxide. Either the flowers through the mails. ton.
I' v of sulphur or the flour of sulphur I Tab store b making a record lot itself is the Matter el ,

L .. ,..' may be used The "Poughkeepsie," the laregest I J. G. Grossenbacher of Apopka, the BARBER PRICES helping people to outfit hornet. Come aid .*.. Our prices are ': :
built south of New
". Stir thoroughly during the 'I steamship ever citrus expert, is looking for a nits: for '
t cooking to break up the lumps port, has been launched by the Tampa 'his insecticide factory.The Shave _________-____________ 5c rirfct
, phur. Enough water should Foundry and Machine Company.J. Haircut _un______ ____n__ 35c
ed at the start so that the evapora- Florida Ice and Power Com- Shampoo n_______n____-n 3':>c
tion will not leave\ the quantity less C. Oliver, proprietor of an pany is preparing to erect en ice factory Hand Massage ______________ 33c:
than 60 gallons when the cooking is mobile garage at Jacksonville, at Hnincs City. Vibrator Massare ___________ 35c: TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS:
, ended. If kettles are uied. 10 to 15 I electrocuted in his garage whi auto-I Vibrator and. Hand Massage '

gallons additional will be needed, tempting to repair an electric The Jnckonville postoffice ranks combined __n_____________ 50c
while with steam none may be required. twelfth the list of postoffices of Witch Hazel Steam _.-___ 25c .
on -- No matter what Idatf of .. Eafia ,.. aave-G**, St.s.,
... The kettles should be considerably George A. DeVane, of Plant City, the country for the number of paid Hair Singe -.unnnn 25cBeard
'.' larger than the amount of wash who shot Reuben Hauler t a neigh-I I money orders handled during August. Trimmed only) n____ 25cBeard Railroad or Stationary Eaiae-w. hen exactly the Tool yes 9 t
i I j"*; to' be made to prevent loss of mate- her, with a shot gun last During that period a total of 9i,646 Trimmed and Haircut. BOc ...d ia your everyday work-Wroaches, Harmers, Often, etc, ;,
f$' rial by boiling over. The clear liquid been found guilty of assault with Intent orders through the Jacksonville Tonics Standard Prices.
paesea aD of tho best quality aid werkaiaatkip sad at price that wOsarprise
t
to commit murder in the first
should be drawn off into tight containers postoffice involving $228,764.41.Next The above to go into effect Oct.
if to be kept any considerable degree. let ,... 1'Wa..... has the ,.,..... '., haadSaf'" '...,'

time. For use, test the clear solu- Monday the Florida East 1916.KENNETH P. BUTLER. hardware Oat. ., superior'qaafity aid ,w.wID .... ...sale. .. ( f
tion with the hydrometer'And dilute Levy county's sheriff arrested two Coast nil mammoth carferryboat -
way'o A. C. TYSON.A. take la eeatiaf i.r.1(0W aft ia.pectl.g aw U Ihck.
white men at Sumner for for operating ( s
below.To .
as Indicated ''the Joseph R. Parrott will be E. FORD. a8GRBSDJI .
76 gallons water use 1 gallon a "moonshine" 'liquor still in I launch at Philadelphia. This vessel I.a is

''lL... 33 degree Baumo lime-sulphur. I rat Lafayette county. The Illicit outfit, "twin" of the Henry M. Flagler
Ion 1 pint 80 degree' 2 2-3 pints 28 raided later-was found to be rude which beean operating'between KltY a.ntia ; !
degree, 1 gallon 1-2 pints 20 degree. but complete. The product was being West and Havana on Jan 1, 1916.
HT Ever bear In mind that lime-sul sold even to small boys. A young The new ferry-boat will assist in the Osceola Hardware Company
\v phur solution must not be mixed with : man lately accidentally.drowned himself business, which is largely increasing. : t
f any oil spray, because of setting the while drunk from some of the $ FR8JIIEBInsuran&e +
k oil free and thus causing burning of 'moonshine." DeWitt C. Reed, general manager 1-n I'' l'

;, foliage. of the Jacksonville Tourist and Con- "(
I Clearwater has opened its new public vention Bureau, will attend the an- I ," ,
j CYANAMID AND OTHER FER library. nual convention of the National Hay ,, "'*,"
I .
TILIZER. Association at Baltimore. Md., next
; In applying cyanamid for root knot The) expenses of Duval county's I week for the purpose of inviting the ...i ...0000..0000..0.00..0..0. ...... .... cI -

control, how about other fertilizers? public schools aggregate more than. latter organization to hold is 1917 that Insures; -t<
: Does it interfere with the action vt $00,000 annually.A gathering in Jacksonville. Mr.' Reed '

the ordinary commercial formulas? will be asisted by John D. Baker, a I FOR SALE OR TRADEI
I. How available is the ammonia a. compared company capitalized for $15,000 prominent member of thu Jacksonville Protection that Protects I
I with sulphate of ammonia, nitrate Has been organized at Bradentown to Chamber of Commerce end a directorin I
of soda, and dried blood? manufacture brushes from scrub-pal- the Hay Association i
Answer-Cyanamid would in no metto roots.Tallahassee's. f A'\b-active. Modern, Dr. Carson'a Residence: > 1

h, way interfere 'With regular fertilizer, Tlw Florida Fruit Products Com-
add to board of public work. Corner Sproull Avenue and Church Street C
but it would very materially pany, Haines City, is adding a new ,
the ammonia applied. The ammonia frice of fuel gas (cookingand building ((41x94 feet, two stories and
?.' in cyanamid is comparable in avail- heating) $1.25 per 1,000 cubic basement) to its grapefruit juice bot- DAKIN AVENUE ,
ability to sulphate of ammonia; and, feet-was $1.50., tling works. New machinery is to ,I
I':"- like sulphate 011 ammonia, to give best be installed. The output will be Increased KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Will sell on Terms if desired. Thia ia an .:
'I results, cyanamid; must be applied tot Within the last twelve months the to a minimum of 2,000, gal- ;
r,;, land that has plenty of lime and humus Hebrews of Jacksonville have sent lons of grapefruit juice daily. Oper- exceptional opportunity. .i
< ;
;::1 matter. Dried blood is rather more than $4,000 to relieve their ations will be resumed on Dec. 1. This I
r more available than oulphate of ammonia brethren in Europe. .

(f' and nitrate of coda is imme- 1 }
diately available From the Plant City section 1,113 ,
cars of phosphate were shipped during Bill Address Quick i(
; WOOD LICE IN TREE BANKS. the! month of August. "Big Crop" I
r I have had considerable damage ?

1;!' done months by, though wood lice I have during been the winter very Orange Orlando's, has new opened bank in, its the new"Bank building of- Says: "Used to hare so many drop* ia my CHAS. P. DOW, Orlando, Florida .k

careful to bank with absolutely clean erected specially for it. / pore that the picking crew could hardly get ia ,,'
'
.. sand-no trash of any kind. Can you to gather the real money crop. Fooled around ............ ..................... ...... .. ..... ....
;1" tell me any chemical that I could /LSI The contract for DeLand's new fed- a lot before I thought of trying Blowers Ground Mi
; ? eral building 'will be awarded on Oct. i
a preventive Limestone. Takes sharp to find drops
\ Answer-This is the first report we 12; a $66,000 structure. a eye
; ever had where wood lice did damage \ ,. my grove now."
to banked trees when care was takento DeLand's city council has declared J MAKE MORE POTATOMONEY a;
remove all the trash. There is the forenoon of the opening day of .(
I' chemical treatment that we would the John B. Stetson University to be haven't you hould. a.nd for booki.t.I .

no want best we to know apply would to the not trees be ,really and the effective hereafter a legal half-holiday in thatsays I ,i'j S l Blowers Lime Phosphate, Co. SEND FOR THIS FREE Boo r,

protection against wood lice. BOX K-aoe OOALA. .LA. .,
thing we could suggest The contract has been awarded for .
The only
it'.' would be that the trees be examined erection near the State University nt This booklet just from the' press .based ,; :

I. intervals through the winter, and Gainesville of a $4,000, two-story, -- -- -- ... '
at -- It tells
.
of
.
whenever wood lice are found, treat brick and frame club home for the 'U .. 410- .... 'q ,.- oIt- 410- 11'" <1f on years practical experience. {

the banks with bisulphide of carbon.! Alpha Tan Omega fraternity.A. about soils seed selection fertilizing.' : '

ftj:. SODA-SULPHUR SPRAY. B. Wallace, of Springfield, May-Stout Lumber Co cultivating, spraying and.contains valuable ;r

.;A. Please send recipe for soda-sulphur Mass., has contracted for a $30,000 suggestion on digging and shipping. .
\ I want to use it with mis- home at Ormond Beach. It is to be r I
cible spray.oil. completed about Feb. 15. DEALERS IN Send for your copy of this book. It will ; .

t AnswerT-The spray is i as formula follows for: sodasulphur A land deed filed in Escambia coun- House Building Materials of all liejp you make more money growing Irish u

',4 Caustic soda ((96 per cent), 20 ty indicated that the Illinois Central Potatoes. The edition is limited so write
railroad or the Central of Georgia
pounds.Flowers. of sulphur 30 pounds. may be going into Pensacola soon. Kinds today. A post card will do.WHSON&TOOMRFERTII1Zlt.

Water 20 gallons.
Mix the sulphur to a paste (not At a recent meeting of the Plant CO.
sloppy) with cold water in a barrel; City Growers' Association it was decided Novelty Works in Connection

,, ..,, to this add the caustic soda, and as to build a permanent home Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers.
gallonsof [ some time this winter. The buildingwill Dealers In Fertiliser Materials, IIpra"DC'ImpS.-
twenty
boils add gradually
It
water, to prevent it burning, not be large enough to' take care of AH we ak i is let as (figure aa :year: estimate m.nts and InMCiicldca.THE l

in enough at any time to the organization's buaineas, suppliesand ".vi...* Attentioa sad Prompt Delivery. jACKiJbNVlLLE 11ry.ORIDA
Suiting the boiling. Use for rust mites packing requirements.The .

I 160with miscible oil sprays. It may
be used alone 1-40 but Is not effective big Armour packing-house at ,Phone, 21 Kissimmee, flae
j Um.-antD hur 1-60 to 1-76.| Lime- Jacksonville Is more than 80 per cent .
_t U aa should not be mixed with miscible completed, and it is expected that it : .. .. t.rn
sulphur be ready for business within two .. .. \.. : !
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'lJ ,PAGE '. THE KISSIMMEE I I ', VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER r29,19161h'e : '


-- Gazette eI DAILY VALLEY! GAZETTE. from'my camp, a little.snipe of a;band of bandit) MR. WETHERBEE'"SEES FREAlC!
Valley : I r ".COMMENT AMENDMENTPublisher SUMMER-ICE
f Kissimmee :. |rode into Torres?, just east of Guaymas. and mur- AND .

frier.. Some time ago the Valley Gazette announced dered twelve women and children. I I ;pf;: Ira Wetherbee Is a Kissimmee! res.4ent .-

/ d 0.... !. ValUr p.all.aed Uutt Ev.rr..."||.|MB, KI.eir.**. Fl.. that about Oct. J j it would commence'publicationof "Early in 1907 condition grew so bad that .the Valley Gazette Ha -is giving the Kissimmeo Osceola < who returned from his summer'. v

( .. -daily newspaper in Kissimmee. construction work had to be cloud down.. county a most ma/rD1tlcent./ weekly pa- vacation this week-two months I he at
W. B. HARRIS NDjlll..G', TANS AOXKW. OWBVIOn .. Regretfully we' are'compelled postpone t tliii -What did the Big Stick dot Nothing.. What per.-Tampa Tribune, Wellsboro reared., Pa nearwhich place ( '

o I .._ra...... a.._. enterprise., Circumstances are not what they were did he do when the tame band killed an American Thanks,..brother. We knew this all was Mr/ Wetherbee enjoyed .his sojourn,.,
.' ......................... fl.l the-time but have been waitIng .
r Copy. One Year expected to be. Conditions have changed too rad- Contractor and hit ? What did he do when they we just but having lived 25 years in Florida, ,
i On Copy Six Montb._._.......,._....?....,- l.On ;.UO< son else to'spring it. ,
somebod"
Copy, Thr. Montb..................:...... .711 ically'and prohibitively. Condition alsckhave not killed mail carriers, 'eng neers. mining men? Well, By the for way-you overlooked the fact he is glad business to get back conditions to KlssintmeeHe are fine. :... "

All communication except> from our authorl.edeor..pond.nt. changed enough. This may seem somewhat'par you guessed right. He didn't do a thing. that we have a mighty good partner, North says but the farmers In Pennsylvania --
., must b. aimed by the writer. adoxical, but the explanation is simple. Just so., You see. the great and good Diaz was Vans Agnew, who is doing at least up have .had a bad year. First;
piled Rejected for. matter will not b* returned- unlei s The cost of print paper hat increased more than President (dictator) of Mexico then You see also, half the publishing a cold and late sptrrg; then too much

I Il 100 per cent since .the. Daily Valley' Gazette' was the G. and G. Diaz was just perfectly all right and the rain; then the scorching weather set
l (Entered In In Klsslmme. Florid: inks and other We do not have pleasure of on in and baked nearl" everything not
.: -u second claj:mister jxlce purposed Printing printing mate- persona grata to the Colonel's :very dear friendsthe acquaintance with Mr. Fripp, but the destroyed by the other afflictions\
rial have increased in price nearly a* mcuh-r-some Guggenheim, the Hammond, the oil companies very fact that the Valley Gazette has Mr. Wetherbee visited a summer-
" FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1916. etc. and et al.Revolutionary taken him on is recommendation ice freak which is the only thing of
more.On the other hand the prosperity prevailing in Mexicans are the only Mexican enough. Here's wishing him success. its nature in the world. 'An aban-
7) Clark of Missouri President Wi Raifor> Tribune. doned mining hole begins to freero
Speaker *
say the Northern and Western States, and in
some parts the Colonel eats alive-the devil from whom ad """
i, son should be elected" because "one good TERM of the South, has not arrived sufficiently Florida.. Did was taking land, liberty poor, and life. Two or three more complimentslike to and and nccumulrte retains ice its each ice through spring th ? Tr j
that will make Harris Vans
; deserves another. Condition in this State are impioving-slowly and Ag- stunner, and thaws out In winter. The;
.. -' : :- slightly. The wave or cycle of business new, and Fripp "all puffed up." hole is 40 fet: deep and 14 feet in-
t hurt the optic SAMUEL WATSON LAWLER-A MAN WITH It is four miles from Con
Optimism rarely anybody, even revival is moving slowly but steadily southward.It diameter. '
c hurt only the pessimist, VISION. An important editorial change has dcrsport.' Pa.Pictures .
mist; but pessimism not is not yet here in volume sufficient to offset the- -'- taken place on the Kissimmee Valley of this "ice mine" are on ",'

( but also hit whole community.: abnormal and unreasonable increase in prices of Eighteen: months ago Kissimmee' Board of Gazette, wherein W. J. Fripp succeeds exhibition in Valley Gazette window..
, -. .- E. E. Nauffl as editor of that lively -- -
commodities used in the printing industry and other
Trade called a mass meeting of citizen to revive SON: IS '
f A neighboring exchange accuses some of his weekly. The Gazette is to be congratulated MR. O'QUINIX'S
mutual admiration . businesses.. that organization and for consultation about what as Mr. Fripp is an able ACCIUEiTALLKILLEJ'::
brother editor of having a society.
E .t A daily medium of local news is really a neces- was or ia i needed for this city's betterment. and versatile writer and will keep that -
: .-Wauchula Advocate. sity in a town of Kissimmee's size. This commu- Numerous ideas journal -one of the best weekly capers Jefferson B. O'Quinn of Kid ;'I'lmee'
,. The editors of the Mulberry Herald and the nity is growing. It long since passed the country- propositions or were expressedby in the State. Will, w-9 welcome you hrI I lost one of his sons: Raymond' C.
Lakeland Telegram cab prove an alibi. 'I a dozen or more speakers. One speaker Rev. to the journalistic fields of O'Quinn, l hy accidental death. The
The Gazette could Ii'
village stage. Valley publish W. S Lawler of Kissimmee's Methodist Florida in which trenchant
., . pastor congregation your pen deceased was serving' as a soldier in
.- daily of leaflet size, but the results would be unsatisfactory was especially earnest and prophetic ,will be felt in the discussion of nil (tie! United States ryuliir army, be- I
J Lorenzo D. Case, secretary of the Fort Myers to both the publishers and their pa about a ship canal to Kissimmee. important public issues. in;? stationed at (Charleston, W. Va., t.V A.1;
( '; Board of Trade, is lecturing in Florida towns *>n' trons. Thank you, old-timer: but that "all" and in that city was accidntally: shot ', t
"t "I 1 expect to live to see the day when ocean is almost for little hK- (liver and lu- "a,
( "What Community Betterment Club Can Do. Kissimmee is entitled too big a job a thi'Gkirh/ u'
a
to a daily equalin "
newspaper ships shall anchor along Kissimmee' lake front sllo-w. You M- Quinn was a Mont if 1/
''j .. The lecturer should come to New Smyrna and try size and information and general community asserted Mr. Lawler "It is a perfectly feasible ---. S'.. I < li ip t i.shi i J K, Flu., prio-- to ):is en- "!v i
1 to impress upon our people the importance of or- I value to any in the State-outside of metropolitan project, and we should strive for its consummation." The Valley Gt.zette is proclaiming I I'-tiiit'iit. where he was cm.l"Vf"l[ usa i
t sjanization for the betterment of our little city.- cities like Jacksonville Tampa, and Pensacola. "Kissimmee-Future Capital of Flor- rodman in th" city en 1Ipor'3 office.other. ""
. Mr. Lawler is right. His vision i is clear. He
{1
Breeze. ida." That's in lot of A ("- Carl (Quinn i. in tie ,+
terri-
: New Smyrna Kissimmee i i. entitled to the best. The Valley taking a ,
i ices beyond the end of his nose-and into the fu- Jacksonville ,tr.of St. Petersburg's direrrur cfmiincp. .1;
:. Please stop off at Kissimrnee, Mr Case, on your Gazette will continue to give it the best newspaper ture. He knows what we CAN do if only we TRYto tory.- Metropolis.We Another broth", Ciiiii, lea t I a
ti way to New Smyrna. We have too many people that conditions will permit. do it. are perfectly capable of the job. O'Quinn, is in Bennett's drag" store, at ;;
, f bere who are waiting for "George" to do it. Maybe Editor Carter. We are not gambling St. Petersburg. "
induce them different attitude of mind A compartively small amount of digging and in "futures" We hope to have the Mr. O'Quinn, the father, is a longtime -
r; you-and can work. to a CLEAN-UP WEEK-OCT. 9 TO 14. dredging it is said would connect Lake T ohopelr.aliga help of .the Metronolis) too. and respected resident cf Kis- "I

:- with the St. Johns river-mayhap with the I simmee and is occupied here a* a ,

-: :- "Clean-up week" in florida-and in Kissimmee! Atlantic ocean directly eastward.We Gordon Nye is certainly making a painter and decorator. '(

r M THEIR NOISE IS STILLED. The civics department the Florida Federa- do not advocate of course, that any canalor great paper out of the West Palm DEATH OF C. M. GRIFFING,

II -,- tion of Women's Clubs is sponsor for it-with their drainage project be hurried into now""'nor soon Beach Tropical Sun.-Stuart Messen- WELL-KNOWN: : :NURSERYMAN"

S' s Some time ago quite a number of "good" Democratic Feminine instinctive dislike of dirt they have recognized Not at all. But it should be PLANNED for. )It fer.

newspapers in Florida (and elsewhere) I the necessity and have put the idea into-I should be kept in view in whatever Kissimmee does An exchange says : "Venus hasn't well C. known M. Griffins in Florida:, 49 and years Georgia old, and"J asa J

were pained, peeved, bored weary, overcome with :working order by designating the six working days now or later in. municipal improvements. Parks much on Annetta Kellerman." We nurseryman ami a horticulturnli'it.lied .
In
ennui and "run down"with "that tired Oct. 9 14 railroad removal should be fact, from the picturesweave in Jacksonville, Fla., 23.
generally I to (Monday to Saturday) as the time mlkheading., etc., plan- seen of her, she doesn't seemo on Sop'
feeling" because of the several "notes" President for all Florida cities to get busy in gathering stray ned or undertaken with the idea that NOT IMPROBABLY have much on herself.-Raiford lie: was president of the C. :M. '; rj- '

;; Wilson was sending to His Warship of Germany. tin cans and trash and destroying or burying them a ship canal to Kissimmee later wouldbe Tribune. I \r\if irifTing\ \ Company,Bros 11,1t'l'I.tllrv Nursery. He of is
In fact, some of the aforesaid G. D. N. got real deeply. a factor to deal with. i ,' by a widow and three ('hll! !.er..

cross and nasty about the matter. I, The women at first proposed to invoke the I Those who guide or shape a town's growth or St.the Mary brown has kraft a paper wrapping mill for paper ranking ;, '''J

It seems to have escaped their notice that no State authorities to set aside a week for general I public> improvements should plan large even if they from Fforida pine tops and r"fuse'101fl. YARNING> ; AGAINST ILLEGAL 1

4 : 'k more merchant vessels have been torpedoed by the '' douse cleaning all over the commonwealth but it !'would build small. Then the town will be in position Soon we hope to have a newsprint KILLING (OF PARTRIDGES.An \ (; M

-, German submarines since Mr. Wilson sent his last :: )! to handle large things as they demand at- mill men owned of the largely State by.-the Leukbui'K newspaper .. :- Audulion -Society- official ;informs i

"note"-quite awhile ago. mu-nicipality I I tention. Commercial. the Valley Gazette! that there,
Said G. D. N. might have'grace sufficient to I mayor of every town that has a mayor has been I Here is hoping that Mr. Lawler's tribe increasesin is illegal' shooting: of quail being done >,

., enable them to apologize to their readers and toI I: asked to start the proposition in its own bailiwick Kissimmee. GEORGIA'S PRIMARY.DEMOCRATIC in the the vicinity offenders of Kissimmee.to take, notice He that desires ..t l j

the President. I and leave it to the Governor to proclaim a day for The complete vote for State offi- i('the next peron caught violating !the
: general thanksgiving when the cleaning is done. KISSIMMEE'S TAX MILLAGE.Last oers in the late Democratic primary game law in its application to burl I '
GOING AFTER TAX DODGERS. I I The State Board of Health not only heartily in Georgia follows: shooting will be prosecuted if the ev- ...._
Governor-Dorsey, 111,335; Harris, iiler'cr. is strong enough.: I'||
'favors the plan and that city shall set I
ft' : I' urges every week Kissimmee's City Council almost took 70,646; Hardman, 27,846; Pottle, 7129. ,- -- \
Floridans should felicitate themselves that they aside this particular week for this particular work an advancing step relative to taxation in this city.It . QUESTIONS FRANCHISE AMEND-

/Lave a State Tax Commission that has courage and but it also seriously endorses the intention of the was near to raising the assessed valuation of f Comptroller General-Wright, 128.. MENT. 1 ..:
e of duty enough to raise the Flagler estate's ,women's clubs throughout Florida to make cleanup the lawthatof 467; Dobbs, 93,016. ,
sense Jocal property 16 statut specified by
Treasurer-Speer, 126,249; Eakes,, To the Valley Gazette: )91:: ,
week institution instead of
a semi-annual ,
tax valuation in St. Johns'county from $75,000 annual full fair cash valuation. 84,776. the amendment ;;-
Regarding proposed -
t I
to 32000000. I fixing such a period for "brushing up"every Only one consideration: intervened to halt this School Superintendent Brittain, to the State Constitution to he '? c I

This commission costs the State $1 SOOO annually spring and every autumn. step. The period required for official publicationof 114,622; Keese 108,319. voted on at the general election, Nov. jtt; ,
into Individual cities and towns in Florida have had Com. Agritulture--Brown, 113,472; 7, 1916, in regard to further qualifications :.''
; but in this one act alone it has put a rearranged levy would have delayed too much Price, 100643. .
occasional of cleanliness which had for suffrage:
I the State treasury money enough to pay its expenses spawns splen- the placing of the assessment.A Prison Commissioner Davison, A voter must own in his own right
P throughout of did advertising value at least; but such efforts have assessed valuation and millage 108.642; Flanders, 30,027; Henslee,
a period seven year or more. low a high property to tho yclue of not I less than t
f The commission should continue its good work. been spasmodic and, with few exceptions, have not work to a community's disadavantage that com- 38/724; Tuggle 32.421.Railroad / $500. "which fact shall IHI determined
been permanently recurring. Now that the women Commissioner (1)-CandIsr. only by the assessment books of the
DoubtIess there other large holdings in for- desires residencts. In this
are :
munity more way
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119,240; Peoples, 84033.
i county at the time. he applies to
reg-
by organized effort have undertaken the
to spread
that'similarly, escape their just share'of taxa Prospective residents or settlers ,are solicitous Railroad Commissioner ((2)-Perry) I liter and vote."
tion. If the.. ,;'made"to' "pay'up." a substantial practice: there i.i little :doubt that' it will become about the millage rate but usually ignore the basis i 118.032: McLendon, 81,302. I It has been stated that there Is a

f reduction in the date-tax millage can be.mad", permanent, regular, efficient, and 'of immense value of valuation The balloting to nominate three qualifying clause, making this pro- ,
w to the State.. More than this; it will make.florida candidates for judges in the State vision not apply to thoae who, or "" s' .
would benefit the-little fellows.
assessed
fTbis( They not that low
can They readily assume a Court of resulted the first "
too Appeals ( "
whose direct ancestors, voted in 1867 _.1. i
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'' l dodge taxes; .ste* ilyaj can ..the big! :ones...; Con- among the first States in the Union, if hot the'6rst: valuation means a low actual valuation. This is at figures being for counties carried, the -a sb-called "grandfather clauce."
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/ quc..II7e1littJ.\ one pay'proportionately much to bave'all its cities swept and garnished regularlyand generally, anyhow. second 'figures representing numberof But has not the Supreme Court or -(.;..
I' - often. delegates obtained) : ,
the United States recently declared
; higher'..taxe Property valuations are somewhat like human Bloodworth, 69-176 Cozart, 14-40 }
Yr "In the thorough cleaning that the women prob- ; ; such grandfather clauses not
i : -- valuations. Other people u.jally accept a .man at Fullbright, 28-74; George, 64H-165/); tutional and not lawful!
f'' FIVE 'YEARS MORE OF. EUROPEAN WAR..- ably win insist .on week after next, should be the the valuation he places upon himself. So prospective Graham 4-12; Grogan, 6-12; Hutch- Is it not also a fact that con.ti'f'f
filling up or draining of water holes, the breeding settlers often rate the value of community's eson, 49-123; Jenkins 66-160; Jones, so interpreted, so that if PART ;
ii ?;' A MILITARIST PREDICTION. places for mosquitoes the mending of brokericwers a 7-20; Kimsey 21-48;; Luke, 60.114; constitutional, and the rest can stand, '.,
r -:- that don't do their duyt, the screening of f land or improvements at the valuation placed upon Skeen, 1-2; :stephens, 66.166; Yeo- it stands. So, that qualifying clause

..i,t ., : Cdlonel] Robert Thompton. president of the heretofore unscreened earth closets which breed them by the community's tax authorities.The mans, 2160.KISSIMMEE'S. being unconstitutional, the rent of the ;f.
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shall be law could stand.
:: ? : ,4 NaY League of the United States, predicts the flies and death" says Dr. Joseph V. Porter State law provides FAIR that cash property valuation. If Kissimmee' assessed See the lovely trap that would thus '
full BAND
t. t i great European conflict now raging will continue Health Officer., "It will mean the removal or the at a be sprung on the voters of Florida I
r, 1 ( ,;. five years longer. Hi prediction is based on information repairing of unsanitary home surroundings which p.operty is so assessed' the law will be com which would catch at least three-
' him who plied with, property will not be depreciated by a fourths of them, and especially\ the
: j. imparted to by military experts increase the sick -"ate. i GROWS IN RENOWNThat k
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fictitiously valuation, and the rate of tax mill- laboring man.
:\ ::11 f have been in the pw
war zone. "Possibly it will secure what most city coun- The average assessment of lend in
settlers.
,t ; Federal Representative! : Tavenner of Illinois pub cils refuse to enforce by ordinance-the careful age will not scare away prospective Kissimmee has cne of the best Florida is about $8 per acre, so I am J
' l'' licly accused the Navy League of having been organized screening of refuse from livery and other stables, Next year we hope for a lower millage via increased concert bands in the State is being told. So, according to this law (requiring -
valuation recognized by towns in this vicinity. $600 worth of ), if inland
; t property
s by steel and iron manufacturers 1
to which left uncovered Ieases of
promote myriad
manure-
This organization was engaged to it would have to be about fi.'J:
;l. .. is the sale of their products for war purpose bred flies, the carriers of several highly fatal dis participate n the ceremonies attending acres of land; and land is the usual
,/! 1 t r ;; Tavenner cited an array of seemingly\ irrefutable eases. THE COURAGE OF PEACE. : the laying of the corner-stone of property here. tIn '.j'

a!,. i1{ facts in proof of his charge Henry Ford of automobile I "Many perhaps most, of the unsanitary neigh- -:- the Fraternity stall in Orlando, Thurs any event, this proposed amend '
' \ day afternoon, where our musicians ment, if -d by the voters, will be
fame caused Tavenner' be circulated Peace is not for cowards. It calls for the highest pass
r'. speech to borhood nuisances are maintained on their occupied conspicuous place in the pa- productive of litigation, and troublj.
' \ broadcast over the United, States. .Also own premises by individual home-keepers. If the form of courage. It demands more stamina, rade and played at intervals throughout and disturbance. The disgraceful j
'1, ,;,.. t f' :;" Tavenner' speech against the Army League. evil results could be confined to these householders which i is more rare than physical bravery. the afternoon. Knott-Catts quarrel is a plenty of

';;: $.;1. .." These speeches had great effect in this year's the punishment would be kept and inflicted whereit It calls for the courage of a man, nor' that ofa Their splendid music, handsome uniforms that for The Florida for many years to
and all come. solution for
gentlemanly bearing proper is ;
4 t nominating primaries. They were among the mains belongs; but. unfortunately, these results are car- wolf. It means putting national justice above: combined to merit the praise given every voter to vote "NO". .
,, J I I"f reasons why the Michigan Republican delegates ried to unoffending neighbors."If !rational pride. It means the exaltation of telt- them by lion!' W. J. Scars when he H. R. MOSNAT. \

t, 'f.; were instructed for Ford without effort on his part; the women of Florida can discover a methodfor restraint above the passion of vengeance.It said: "Orlando is coming, all right ; Lake Hamilton, Fla.

t, ;' Ji also Nebraska delegates. They are largely responsible abaiting such nuisances, for compelling offenders scorns race hate. It proclaims: "Above all and band, if as she good keeps as one Kissirnmee's.she may "have a According to a bulletin\ issued- by ,,

R :: I also for the unpopularity of militarismamong to cease their sinning, if they will arouse and nations is humanity." Its patriotism ir a ministry So popular was this feature of the the department of commerce, thereare

Aje.\i s Western Republican make effective a public sentiment for better mu- to the world and not a menace. afternoon that the "boys" gave a 5073 radio stations in the United

. 4'' So scorching and effective were Tavenner's ar- nicipal sanitation in Florida they will accomplishmore It means the higher manliness of the ;ent'eman' street concert, at the special requestof

;1" t jraignmenU of these organizations that one or both for the lasting good of the State than the and not the cheaper manliness of the bully. It Kissimmee the people, feels before justly returning proud home.of States.SerVStudio

, :i'' ..of them some weeks ago sued him and Ford for rotes of their fathers and brothers and husbands often leads to abuse, contempt, martyrdom.. It Vd this organization. and a movement is J

i 'If. $100.000 libel damages. have been able to bring about up to this time. the Prince of Peace there. now on foot to place the members of

r ?' Thus it may be that Colonel Thompson's prediction "It has been generally observed that the womens' Peace is the ally of wisdom, generous patience, 'the band on a small salary-that is, -
, has a behind it-that it be clubs far human consideration for human lives. Waris to pay a small amount for each rehearsal 1
rf purpose may another of Florida usually finish what they start. sight, and street concert. This Is rVl5Plaoe to get FILMS DEVELOPED
:;" stone inthe, militarist structure which he and the ally of egotism anger, cruelty, vainglory. probably will be done by popular "?!FINISHED your in FIRST-

.\ ' .' his interests he represents are endeavoring to erect WHAT THE BIG STICK DID-NOT. Peace is the unshakable courage of sanity. Waris monthly subscriptions.__ CLASS STYLE. ..
+ in this Yet the -c= -o- -r == ---------------_.----
..-' I country. purpose is not apparent.Jiis' -:- the red. blind courage of madneis. ..o ...... ..ooooo..oo. ooooooo.oooooooo
: d ': opinion MAY be bona fide or unbiased. An American civil engineer who was in Mexico The kings of earth are'men of war. The King +ooooo I

. ; I '. There i.i ample evidence, however, that military when the Terrible Colonel was President of these of f Kings when He sent His consort of angels to

-.;. experts are like president., kings legislators, United States makes an irrefutable indictment i. Earth gave them no war-cry. "Peace on earth. I Classified Advertisements I *6'

*.i courts and other human-kind personages and institution against him for not protecting lives of American good will toward men!I" was their message.-Dr.

"4 J of "high degree." They are very human i citizens in Mexico that time. The Frank, Crane in Pictorial Review. .. .
i'.,j K; "---are not mfallible-are subject to biased opinions : at engineer asserts . . . . . ..... .. ._ 'v.-.v.. . . _ VOGOOOO.O- - .

i{. ,. and errors of judgment such a*. are found in "In October, 1906 small bands of bandits began "Boosting"spoils some people. It swells their FOR RENT-Flat of four rooms. 600< MILES bea' hog and tow range. I},
:?F P other men. in- Light and water. Good location A 300 aero form for sale in .
them and
raiding and killing men at work on the railroad. heads and makes too self-satisjied too range: \
;Ii!( Only last May at a Congressional hearing in onsiderate. Terms reasonable. Address Box 4000. Dixie, Highwny, railroad. ,!
'f These were small raids; nevertheless they were 402, city. 41-4tpd Capt. T. Hall, Utopia, Fla. 36tf
-Washington, a naval expert testified that it wouldbe' of sufficient importance to interrupt the work. We .. .- J[
WANTED First-class salesman
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r impossible for a submarine of a certain type to appealed to the American consul at Guaymas.) who The grading of Darlington avenue's southern represent us in your territory. Lih. "p'lTw'ro"1'i.STRAWBERRY 'f.

Cross the Atlantic ocean. Nevertheless since then Imply told us that his advice was to get out of the end and opening it to the lake would not be a eral commission basis. Established stock. $2.25 per '

; 'one of that type, the Deutschland has so crossed country leaving our interest and property to take titanic taskIt is a necessity. twenty-eight years Write P. Sv'dn.v'M f. b.\ station. J- E. Johnsonf s .. j"

i And, re-croisedl I care of themselves. To shake all responsibility, the :- J.Va.Gregory Vinegar Co., Richmond 41-lt 40-2tpd TV5
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\ consul said that Diaz was going to put the whole A notable'I accession to the ranks of Mr. Van EXCELLENT GUAVA JELLY- .

1i ,,LOrd!Derby, British Under Secretary of War, section under martial law, and that if we did stay uzor's'. hand-painted Republican "lilies"seems imminent TO EXCHANGE-Motor-boit ((3- Reasonable price. Call 116 MabIT"::::

ft. ;.ey ago said be is not one' of those -who it was at our own risk. -t"Things \ < The Times-Union ,is supporting the presidential horse power) for dairy cow. Or bette street. 41-4tpd.
dee* rand: end of ,the war within six months. "It I bad ( Charles' will sen. Engine}, in first-class condi- .
> went from to worse, and on Saturday candidacy of Evan Hughes a.mucb V ;
tion. Mrs. E. E. Wells, 104 Possiel DWELLINGS for
>f. purely)nu.t continue oVer winter.... ",he added. night. Dec. 22, 1906.. only eight kilometer. : as i its can.without ypecificaJry-saying.-so.. .avenue. Telephone 242.! 41-tf Tiller, rent, apply.. to M., ; I
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WDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. Ml., THE CISSlMHEE VALLEY GAZETTE PACE:T

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE Don't fail to".e. our' line of Shlrt"l Mr/ and Mrs. George 'F. Parker V. 'Wiggins and family.have movedto Miss Marion Sargent will leave Sat. I. Mrs. J. W. cO lc.n' ta1ld'.on'Wad8

tTelephoae No. 1L) ,waUts. .Bon Ton.Ht Shop. I were Thursday visitors in Orlando. Orlando, 'where'"he ,,Is Employed. in, urday for, Avon Park, where she will left Friday for a-few.days' visit with ;
a meat market.. spend her week's vacation, visiting her Mr. at Sanford where ho I
M.. M..' Stewart of Sty Cloud'ipent I Mrs. E.. L. Cthapman of Loughmun' parents. is Copeland! ,, .
'Published .Every Friday+ By ., Saturday and Sunday! IIt\.K lsitlmee! : shopped in, Klstimmee: on,,'Monday., :Captain .. A., Simpson returned now located.' ("

W !. HAR1US B a. TANS AOllmW I last Saturday from Tavares, wherehe . . . .. .. . .. . .. . . . . ....
Gilbert 000..0000.000.
F. F. Coffee of Orlando'was'a'bueinese MM. G.. A. of Dadelty, enjoyed I three weeks' visit' with . . . - . . . -. . .66.. . . . ,- -
.. visitor in the'J. city. Tuesday. .and has been spending several days,'with his little granddaughter Miss Geneva ... .J.
Wednesday z. t .' .> ? > I relative. ; Jn! ( JCissfmmee; ?l' :i; Duncan', .

Judge Schwantke and A. R. 'Masonof lea, cream sandwiches, 5c. Everybody County Attorney W, B. Crawford ,F.A'IiL OPENING .'
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Lake Wales were i t the city Thurs cats 'em; CORNER DRUG left'' Thursday for Dade Citv. Fort

't. day. STORE., .Tho Sanitary. Fountain. .I'j I Myers and Arcadia where he went on

\ '. .-Pridgen, of Rosalie, Fla. was In Mrs.i M. Owen, of'Davenport"' wasi I legal business He will return Saturday y V ::1"

Kissimmee on Wednesday looking after shopper in Kiislmmee last Wednes I' AT

i Jiw-: business interests. day. 1 Miss Myrtilla F. Beats, the efficient '

r ',' Well-dressed men wear Barker's "Speedy" Alv-ey' enjoyed a furlough director of the music department four

r aq av linen collars-2 for 25c. F. H. Lawson this week from his regiment! stationed II local public schools) arrived with
'. at Black Point. Miss S. J. Carver en Thursday from The Bon Ton Hat
STAY PRESg P > 1 Maine, where they have been visiting Shop;: +
E W. C. Lee bf Loughman was n Mrs. Mollie Proctor, of Forsytha, relatives in Brunswick and New
guest of J. Wade Tucker on Sundayat Ga.. is the guest of her sister, Mrs.J. Gloster. They were accompanied by ,
I' the Graystone Hotel. R. Gilbert. I little Miss Cornelia Herring-ton, who
spent tJ'.' summer with her aunt in ,
4441/00404 Mrs. W. B. Witherspoon was the Leonard Williams of Loughmanwas Ii China, Me.
home guest, severalJays last week, greeting his Kissimmee friends .
i : Weather Report : j of Mrs. J. W. Miller. on Wednesday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Patrick are FRIDAY
among those people who find it good
Judge J. Hardy Walker of Bassen- H. E. Bryan and baby spent to get back to Kissimmee. They are
ger has been transacting business in the week-end with Mr. Bryan's parents occupying the cottage on Mitche'l
Kissimmee this week. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bryan, in street southwest of the railroad. Mr.
Following are daily tempera- Sanford, last week. Patrick has taken employment in
tures and precipitations as reported Robert Jackconleft: Saturday to Ford's barber shop. Until nearly a October Sixth
by Government stationat join Company B of the N. G. F. ot the Mrs. M. F. Byars wag called to Atlanta year ago he conducted his own barbershop ,
Kissimmee for the week end- camp at Black Point. Ga. last Friday to attend the on Darlington avenue, but since r col
ing, Thursday, Sep. 28: funeral of a sister. She will return then he, with.-his family had been
To Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Miller came
within a week.
Max. Min. Rain residing in Orlando.
last M the
a bouncing baby girl nday,
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Friday __u .-90 68 25th. Weight, 11 pounds. Charles L. Persons left for Orlando 044444444444040 All Ladies are invited to inspect

Saturday ._ __89 66 Monday, where he underwent an operation 4 CAMPBELL. 4
Advanced styles In. fancy collars '
Word was receited here that
Sunday !. ____93 63 will be shown at the opening of the i he was improving rapidly. I.I.i 4040400'04440044

Monday ._ ____92 70 Bon Ton Hat Shop next Friday, our line of Coats and
Tuesday .. -__85 71 Oct. 6. I Mrs. John Spreng of Kissimmee is' E. E. Brown, accompanied by his :w
spending the week with her daughters son Theodore returned to hi mill .
Wednesday ._ .91 69 Mr. and Mrs. T. W, Shuck of Or- at
Mrs. C. H. Funk and Mis. W. '
G'j Wiamma Mondav several .
Thursday _. __91 68GOOOOOO.OOO.OOOOOOOOOOOO. ange Center were guests over Sundayof McClain, at Milliard's Island. I da on his after\ here., Coat Suits.
t the J. W. Olivers-Mr Schuck's I timer-Tyson family
. Charles B. Simpson and family this wife and little daughter -
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parents. .
week reoccupied their premises at Gladys returned to'their home at Y0000

Jeff Chaffin of Gainesville, who in Vine street and Central avenue, after Haines City' on Sunday, after a fewdays' oo.ooo..o..oooooooo ,
connected with the state plant board, residing In west Kisimme about visit with Mrs. Tysfjn's father, ) \ ooooooooo.oo.ooooo.o..o."." .
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.00000000000000..00.000000I is spending several. days. in Kissim 'three months. J. M. Roberts, in Johnson Island. "
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lanier visited
mee. i
Miss Elnora Fortner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bronson in
the Local Field of Mrs. Savage of the Manhattan hotel . -- -- .. -- -- ... a, i
I and .
Mrs. M H: E. Burcher son, Johnson Island Suday. -.qv -.q ,,- "._ -.q ,, -.q .- J .- -.q >t6- ..
left last Tuesday for Winter Park
Bostwick, Fla., spent Wednesday Fred Roberts is visiting relativesin
night at the Graystone while en route Fla., where she will attend the ensu Haines City this week.
00000000.000000..000000000Fire for Kenansville. ing scholastic term of Rollins Col- Mrs. Morgan Brown and Mrs. Geo. FRESH ASSORTMENT
I iPge. Davis of Kissimmee visited Mrs. W.
Insurance. See A. E. Drought. Attorney George' F. Parker went to L.
Campbell
William Baker is a friend to all Tuesday
where he
Jacksonville on Monday, argued Mr. and Mrs. Wade Lanier and chil-
of
wearers guaranteed linen collars,
Sheriff L. H. Ingram has in suit before Judge Call in Whitman's Candies
purchaseda a He refused to join the trust with the dren visited Mr. and Mrs. Snider in
the Federal Court thnt day.
Dodge
five-passenger car. other collar factories to raise price Kissimmee Sunday.

For Sale-Horses, mules and Shetland Mrs. M. A. Yowell and daughterMiss Old prices-2 for 25c. F. H. Law- Mrs. W. L. Campbell visited her
Yowell of 620 Verona son. mother Mrs. Susan Riler, in Klssim-
ponies. J. W. Miller.\ tf Nettie I I JUST ARRIVED
street have returned home. They mee Saturday.
E. S. Grantham of Winter Haven, spent the summer at Carlinville III. S. W. Frierson has lust ended a ,I I I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bronson of .
was in Kissimmee last Wednesday. two-year lease of Mrs. Regero's warm I I' Kissimmee visited relatives here Sun .
Lady Carlyle talcum, highest quality lot on Went. Oak street and is vacating day.W. Our "stock of Drugs and Toilet Article is now
Big line of boys' suit*. Be sure to and delicately perfumed, lOc. Lookat that property to mows into one I I R. Lanier was a Kissimmee visitor -
. see them before buying elsewhere. it. and save 15c on every pi.ckaifc of the N. C. Bryan cottages at the Saturday. in detail
, F. H. Lawson. of talcum you buy. CORNER DRUG corner of Central avenu" and Vine RESOLUTIONS complete every
STORE. Phone 297. street. He is farming the five-acre : OF RESPECT '
Roger Dodds, cashier of the Citi- lot of J. C. Bronson ct; the corner of
zens' bank, visited friends in Orlando Stanley Clone of Daytona, O. E. Oak street and Central avenue.J. I Whereas, it has pleased Almighty
. Sunday. Stewart, Jr., of Tampa, and T. A. God to remove from our midst our Palace Drug Store .
(Hicks of Winter Park, who is con- E. Pound editor and publisher brother and companion, J. W. Prentis, ,
Mrs. E. S. Chapman of Loughouin nected with the Florida Citrus Exchange of the Live Oak Citizen: was here and
spent several days this week in sh'op.imrc -'I'' were bus J.es8visitors] in the Saturday and Sunday having been Whereas it seems 'o us t n untimely OTIS STEVENS Manager i TM I Ic Ir
and visiting in Kissimmee. called) here by a telegram announrinjj. stroke and hard to realize that he
city Thursday. the death of his little grandson, Emmett not'among us any more; therefore be is .. "tJ' .. iJI1 ..1\1I.1. .. ""'" ItA .. .. 1tI-e .
from Braden
Zelma Johnson
Miss the most extosive Gilbert. Mr.
H. C. Avant, Pound was for- it resolved
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town, Fla., is an appreciated viuitor Irish potato in Osceola coun merly one of the .publishers of the 1. That bow in humble ;:)
at the home of Miss Ruby Prevatt. grower we submission .... ...O.O..OOO.OOO.OGOOOOt! OOOOO..OOO.O. ....* . . .
, ty, has moved from the corner of Vine Gazette, and has a host of friends in to the..will.of a just and lov-
" Mrs. A. A. Church has arrived street and Central avenu-3 to the Kissimmee who were glad to see him ing God.
Wagenbach house and farm let at the aga in. 2. That we commend his loved I
\ from Rock Falls\ III., to spend the ones
. .winter with her sister, Mrs. H. A. corner of Vine street and Rose ave- Dr. G. E. Parker spent Sunday to tenderness.Him who is full of sympathy and I' Have Your Eyes

Colton. nue.Mr. with his parents at Kissimmee. Dr. 3. That in ,
we recognized +
: our d .e
i and Mrs. C. J. Woodall returnad .- Parker made the journey to the Osce- :
toothbrush for 25 brother just and who I
"Verigood, a a upright man,
r cents : dentist will recommend Saturday from Georgia, where ola county metiop lis by.auto, and ash was held in the highest esteem and Examined .. .
COINER DRUG STORE. they have been visiting relatives at had to traverse some o* the roadsin confidence of all who knew him.
I Phone 297. Columbus, Macon, and other points. Polk, he will rejoice with the people 4. That as a member and clerk of
r Mrs. Woodall spent the summer there of that grand old county when Osceola Camp, No. 79, W. O. W., we Dr. H. E. Cole will be here Tuesday: ,for ',
t. The J. M. Johnston 1 omc ic nclantl and was joined by Mr. Woodall about her system of hard-surfaced hixti- shall miss hums and. as a token of
I because of the arrival of a son, who two weeks ago. ways is a realization.' --Plant City love and respect; to his memory we the purpose of examining. ,eyes and fitting >
will be known .. James Reese- John Courier.Mr. .-- -
have ordered ths charter of said lodge
Osborne Young; well known as an glasses. :
ston.Our mploye in the Kissimmee raccoon and Mrs: W. E. Naugie will draped: for sixty days. + i
line of Coats and Coat-Suits partment hod to kill his pet leave Kissimmee; next Sunday morning C.. That a COAT, of these, resolution .' The longer delay this matter the weaker '
be forwarded you
the
to of
i hfSa arrived, and will be 'on exhibition this week. Mr. 1 Coon' assassinated for St. Petersburg, Fla., where family our .
.1 *at our opening" next Friday, Oct. Osborne's prise Silver Campan rooster they will join their son E.!: E. Naugie brother, one spread on the minutes of the eyes become, and" more. difficult the. j
6. Bon Ton Hat,Shop. last Sunday morning for which he editor of the St. Petersburg the lodge, and jne sent .to the Sover- :
Mmes
had refused $5. That was the limit for and lately editor of the eign Visitor. proposition becomes. 'k:
Hervey Moaeley and family of Mr. Coon. Valley Gazette. Mr. Nangle senior RespectfullY submitted '
Princeton, Fla., spent Monday and I has had charge of the mechanical de-, A. S. GILBERT Come have your troubles relieved before it: ;
Tuesday in Kissimmee guests of the I Sickly children need WHITE'SCREAM partment of the Valley Gazette and G. M. TAYLOR, }
family of Marshal G. W. Overstreet. VERMIFUGE. It not only will operate a linotype in St. Peters H. R. MAY, is too late. \ t
destroys worms, if there be any but burg. Miss Hazel Naugle, daughter! Committee.,
J. M. Hughes, of Beaver Falls Pa"1 it acts as a strengthening tonic in of the departing couple has preceded Osceola Camp No. 79, W. O. W.
who la interested in the Tucker brickCompany the stomach and bowels. Prim 25c them to Pinellas county, where she H. O. BROWN & CO. '
is in the city and is mak-; per bottle. Sold by Osceola Phar- is teacher in a public school. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. .
ing his headquarters at the Graystone' macy. ((0. B. Falls, Pastor.) - .

Hotel. Miss Jean Caldwell, Kissimmee's Sunday school at 9:45: ; N. C. Bryan, Jewelers and Optometrist %t.
Mrs. C. C. Cumbus, of Dublin, Ga., well known florist has one of the finest superintendent. Good classes and :
From Orlando Mr. and Mrs. J. W. who recently called to Kiss J.1mee I .
was collections of fancy leaved cablad- CO.
competent teachers for all ages. Youare SUCCESSORS TO COLE JEWELRY!;
Harris and their children, formerly on account of tho illnesn of her brother iums now growing under her lattice invited. '
residents of Kissimmee, were Thurs Allison Bass, at the home of Mr. the in H. O. BROWN. MU(.. ,,,
houses at Rosery ever seen Preaching at 11 a. m. by the
day visitors here to Mr. Harris's and Mrs. R. T. Butler, continues her this section of the state. There are tor; subject, "Gathering the Fragment pas- :i}

mother, Mrs. J. H. Ha; is. visit. Mr. Bass is greatly improvedin 15,000 of these beautiful plants, including ,." . ... . .....0..0..0.. ..... ... .. . . . . .. . .. . . \

St. John's Guild of the Episcopal health.H. about thirty varieties now Sunbeams meet at 2 p. m. and Jun- ((1

church will meet at 'he home of Mrs. M. Bratton, returned from Lo- reaching perfection. The wonderful ior B. Y. P. U. at 3 p. m. .
! G. W. Best on Tuesday afternoon, : tosee, Saturday, where for some time coloring of the leaves is beyond de Preaching at 7 o'clock; the subjectwill .
Oct. 3, at 3:30: o'clock. All membersare he has been superintending the build- scription. From pure white and most be "God's Address to the Care- -
delicate tints to radient scarlet and .
E. D. less. 0
to be of at the Malloy
urged present. ing cottages
'j Mr. Bratton will crimson. Many are spotted and A farmer who lines near one of the sloughs
turpentine camp. i
Remember-you can call us up at his duties as agricultural splashed with color in endless varietyand NOTICE TO BICYCLE RIDERS.. ,
297, and we send for your prescription. commence enumerator for Osoeola countyat beauty. This garden with its Any person caught riding on the
Pure drugs, accurate ncrvice, census once. vivid color framed on every side with sidewalks on any street within the Was doing some work that called for good SHOU6HS; i .
and prompt delivery guaranteed. blooming shrubs tall roses and deli- city limits, will be arrested and car-
4 4 CORNER DRUG STORE. Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Richards and cate ferns and tropical plants makea ried before the Mayor.G. w.

daughter Miss Lenora, left Mondayfor ; beauty spot well worth visitin" W. OVERSTREET, Marshal. So he came to our store
i Missen Etta Witherspoon and Ruth a visit to their old home at Lux- ... ,
;, Rutler expect to leave tomorrow for Ark. While they exnect .
Tampa, to remain probably six'weeks. ora to ,visit relatives in away Tennessee, Kansas CANNING AND OTHER HOME WORK IN OSCEOLA COUNTYAny I I Where he found them galore
! There they expect to increase their and Missouri, and will be absent ,
. efficiency as typists in attending a about six weeks. .
.
?} Tampa business college. removed one In Oaceola county desiring information or ad rice And now he's' spreading the gladdening noughs
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cole
about canning or other home work may obtain it gratis by applying .'
i W. J. Sears and family
Congressman their family and household effects to
to Miss Albina Smith, Osceola County's Home Work Demon-
and Miss Mamie Tiller motoredover lakeland, Fla., on Wednesday, where
strator. The United States and Osceola county governments em- ;'
-! to Coronado Beach last Friday Mr. Cole takes a half interest in the i,
ploy her for that purpooe. Residence, 107 East Magnolia street,
fi: afternoon and enjoyed the week-end establishment of his brother. nat
jewelry KlMimmec. (Telephone 107.) H. C. Stanford Company
bathing in the *brmy." Mr. Cole will return to Kissimmee ----- =- } \ f fun.

If you have "thr.t tired feeling"!! or every Wednesday on business trips. Miss Albina Smith will leave tomorrow Shingle Creek school at the recent old RJieJI. SItee Deele... ., o.c..t. C..ty" .' I
,
, a dull headache, drop in at the COR- Judge T. M. Murphy has let the for Gainesville to attend the I visit of Miss Albina Smith, where attractive I
NER DRUG STORE and let us help contract for the remodeling of the meeting beginning Oct. 2, held for ; book covers are made by the HAVE : "
Vernon avenuo. county demonstration agents, connected pupils.
you with a cold iced drink. Sanitary Murphy cottage on ,
" and Mrs. Mur- agricultural and) home ,
Judge with ,
fountain. Sterilized -;lasses.:: Call When completed
for an O. H. S. perfecto for High phy will occupy it and Mr. .nd Mrs. economics extension work of the University Another Jelly Test. .,
School girls. Claude Harper '"ill move into the residence of Florida and the federal De- While the juice is cooking, allow the beat stock of
'i 1 at 122 South Vernon avenue. partment of Agriculture. portions of the hot juice to run froma r
d Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Harn and son the spoon or a wooden paddle. When the best shoes in '
"+ rneet, of Savannah, Ga., are visit- Miss Jean Thomas leaves she today be, in Preparing guava products still occupier I th sugar is first added, the juice
: Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Persons. They 29th. for Orlando that may teacher the attention of the canningclub drops as a syrup. Finally it comes the best town in c
i! will return, Saturday accompanied I by readiness for her work Orlando ns Public girls. from the spoon or stick in a sheet or s
their little daughter Helen who has which begins In the Miss Thomas Misses Eunice and Marion Millerare flake, at which point the kettle shouldbe the best country in + i iK
: been a guest at the Persons home for Schools next Monday. doing finding sale for their jellies in St. removed from the fire and the jel- J
several weeks. spent the summer in Gainesville Normal Cloud. ly poured into glasses. the best State i im
special 1 work in the as a
i Neva Lester prepared delicious catsup
All ladies are cordially invited to student' This i is her second year in from this fruit, using a regular Pectin Test for .Jelly. the beat country on Earth
attend our opening on Friday, Oct. 6. the Orlando schools. recipe for tomato catsup but is sub- A most valuable aid in determining 1
.In addition to- our up-to-date line of Rev. W. D. J. Sumner and wife I left stituting the fruit for the vegetable. when a juice contains sufficient pectin .
millinery, we will show advanced Wednesday for their former home, in Millie Martin is still busy puttingup is the alcohol pectin test. Pour a r
stales in Coats, Coat.Suit.Shirt- McRae Ga., where they will visit guavas. teaspoon of fruit,juice, after it has -:-
w late Fancy Collars, etc. Bon Ton their daughter! Mrs. J. C. Pickron, cooled, into a clean cup and pour into -
,' ,J Htt_ Shop. and look after property interests. Mr. Aline and Janette Bass and Lillie the cup a teaspoon of grain alcohol 1, y
.
Sumner will spend some timo m and Ethel Simons, all of the Union I of 95 per cent strength. Mix by
Mrs. W. G. McClain of Union class Cen-of Wrightsvillo also, where be owns a Center club have their fall gardens gently shaking; then pour into a H. C. STANFORD'iCOMPANY'
ter her Sunday school I
gave outlast large farm. They will stop at Jack- planted. spoon. If the precipitated pectin is
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le United Brethren church an sonville while en route to upend. a few in a solid lump it is safe to odd a
f 4 rc Saturday. They heartily en-aictree hour. with their son Robert, who is Fern and I la ore selling volume of sugar to a volume of juice "OU RellaU Sko Dealer. of OscWU Ceuty. '
1.jwyd a picnic .dinner under the Rowing a member of Company B of the Second quantities of !lanta. in making jelly. Ifl however, it has "' r .
*. Games were played. Regiment of the N. G- F.. DOW I not gathered in lamp, the amountof --ii
and wading in the lake l aloo added to stationed .ft Black Point. Stenciling' was Faoq '' In the sugar should be Decreased:' .. f !: : .
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& THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE '
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 191tp, ,


It What //05 Been;:; Accomplished in Postal l NEWS FROM OURCOMPANY 7 a. ' !l ."", j' "-

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1 Service During'Wilsor's A dministra.lionI ; ft.ii.7.'f1.IIMISV 1'_0.. .

-' I B BOYS Slip a few Prince; Albert . I .

.All the treat departments of the be to those who are Its beneficiaries. ..

Motional! Government are naturally Rural delivery now accommodates Black Point, Fla..* Sep. 26.-.Many smokes into -
,, interested in having their administration . 26,301,686 patrons,. and the delivery rumors are circulating that we will vour: system I
of these important trusts approved by automobile and other means of conveyance soon go to the border. ,, V
by the people-the progress shows an Increase of 17,484408 ,- The weather is cool and the' boyi Vou've heard earful
: and notable achievements made by parcels in the past three years. mutt be feeling tinG ... they are full many an about. the Prince Albert . . ,
each brought to the public notice. The Question of the betterment of fun. patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets you ; '

The postal service, from its very the road problem his been consideredand Visitors to Company B for the last smoke your fill without comeback! Stake bank roll that 0 f'
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close relation to all classes, touches taken up by co-operation with week were Leon Bass and later, Mils your Z; "
them at afl points ai a common carrier the Department cf Agriculture and Reidle and Lawrence. Tress-all from It proves out every hour of the day.
as well as the watchful guard- with the, States and counties the Kissimmee. p Prince Albert has always been sold .
ian of certain of their public inter- construction of post roads which is Capt. Barber was Visited By his without ,.
eats and comfort is peculairly concerned I expected" to result, in continued improvement parents, from Kissimmee yesterday. coupons or premiums. We ))3RINGE st
that its efforts in the line of and facilitate to a great Company B was on guard last Sun- prefer to give quality I
,
public service shall meaure up to their extent the work of the rural carrierin day. ., .

fullest needs and merit their approving traveling these roads. Company I! of Tampa celebrated \ There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling

_consent.No its second .
Window Delivery.The .
administration of public affairs I objectionable use to which win- They oertainly annivtlrsarr.yesterdlY.a "swell" ,menu. youown, but you know that youve: got '

however, can hope to escape criticism, dow-delivery service may be subjectedhas Only two guests from B- Robert ; to have the right tobacco I We tell you ALBERT
jio matter how well conducted: for led to an active and vigorous Smith and Sergeant Sumner. They Prince Albert will the
even the measures of wise and judicious campaign )Jy the Department to check must have enjoyed" the dinner very bang doors wide
economy may cause complaintwhen the possibilities of making this, 'public' much, as they did it ample justice. open foryou to come in on a good time
old-established methods and accommodation channel for Several boxing and sparringi : the national joy tmoke
a unworthy \ firing up little so often
disturbed by the march ofif' every without a
customs are purposes. This particulai matches took place thii morn n!", asr
4 progressive reforms. I service offers such opportunity foi i follows: /, regret! You'll feel like your smoke past
: Public administrators, however, i I Privates O'Borry and Munn
misuse that especial supervision i is? boxing has been
Jook to the larger/ accomplishments necessary to prevXn it, and this wil 1 contest, in which there were grat excitement wasted and will be sorry you cannot
pohnible, and it is the adherence to be given. and fun for the boys. Munn -- back up for a fresh start.
this principle which has enabled thoPostoffice Kot the best of O'Berry in the second . .
1lor.EI'idt'nt\ / and Economical.The "
..Department to do /so much round. "--- w- You
of the coun I swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a .
large postoffices
for the velfare during the I
-, /general ; ,! Bill Ashton and Lester Alford gave: I-.
have been standardized and new thousand-dollar .
last few try but! It's worth that in
years. and up-to-date methods adopted by r ,,0 quick and exciting bout of two -.-- .. happiness -
: Parcel-Post Service. which better and more efficient service rounds. ---aa' and contentment to you, to every man ."
Take for instance the parcel post. [ I Privates Hyde and Andernon went
can be secured. The advantage who knows what can be
one round with tho gloves Anderson
The wider view of possible benefits of this is seen In the rapid accomplishment .:
has simplified mailing conditions, of the annual audit of the I winning. 0 0 gotten out of a chummy /
twice reduced rates increased the : i I Walter Tracy and Ira Best went U t II
and of the '
< Depart
revenue expense j jimmy pipe or a makin's .J
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| one round, and made it ,
limits of size and weight several snappy.
ment for the present fiscal year, the ,
times, and extended express facilities earliest report ever made in the history There is always something doing \ cigarette with
not only to cities and towns on regu- of the PostofTice [Department,, [I with the Kissimmee and Tampa coin' \ \ \ t Prince Albert for"packing"

lar transportation lines but to the which is entirely due to improved systems / pam-es. .. ,
Company B shot on the range this t ,
million miles of rural
people along a of accounting and the high'
route. standard of efficiency morning each man firing five shots at TAIb.ttid* ", t1
among post- ,
!
: Practical aid has also been in 'I simulating: nemies. The company was LLdfThotDsTosccoco. "
given masters. > \ red tin end I la
divided'into two platoons. The first : w.s.ls_,. -. i$
developing the idea: so that producer Great economies in the purchase', \ M . feet, every" rrtneAlbert *
.
platoon has it over the second platoon : package hae "
and consumer are alike benefited, and manufacture of mail equipment TWe le the fewsiraaMa a real" naeeaaajetorowonlterevereeatde. '
: in size but th-3 second it \ FI i
of
waste measurably eliminated, and living have been carried out, whereby vast put over \ du.lite ttO -., .You'll
the first in shooting. reed:- Proc.*. Pat.nt d
conditions made better. A traffic .
r'' sums of money are annually saved to I .* Jul"lO.h.10O7" Th.tn.n.. I
The remainder of the mornin drill \1
reaching a billion parcels annually the) Government-over $6,000,000 annually : this th. Unlt d 'tot..Government \ ;
testifies the popular appreciation of by the reduction of weight/ in period was used to strike tents. In . tiM|r.nt.d. patent on the- ( )
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this accommodation. this, each squad's tent was to be ta- proc by which Prince Albert I. .
public .
great I for
equipment railway transportation.More made. And by which tonftt brre tndthntmt
| ken down, tents, poles, and all made
;, The inclusion of books in parcel- than $1,000,000 has been parch .re ru' outEver?* I 't
post classification is another advanced saved on a four-year contract for supplying i I ready to be loaded on wagons and laid 'Q where. tobacco'la old rou'HAnd .,.,."

; step for public benefit, materially reducing the government with stamped I| ready for re-erection.Sumner McGowan and Prince,In toppjr Albert red awaiting bag a,I 5c;:tidy you .["
Sergeants .
1 : postage on such matter, an envelopes, and competition hap been __ ) \ red tins, lOc; h.nd.om.* '
It item of considerable interest to a encouraged and secured in awarding Capt. Butler made the sergeants' tent J BIH pound and h.lf.pound t.4'
'ready first, finishing in 1 minute 20 tin humidor and inthat ,
reading people. contracts for postoffice quarters and Beconds. clever. cryetal- :P'sl..humldor.wltl
.j Postal Savings Banks. supplies, effecting large savings in Capt. Portenberry's squad secondin : >
;;' Unnecessary restrictions have been theRe several directions. I 1 minute 28 seconds. I\\ ponce top.that molvtener keep* the 'f

: : removed and the plan popularized and Better CarLe". Fraud. Capt. Reagan: and Privates J: rr'll, tobacco In uchfine
encouraged, thus bringing into circu- One thousand new steel cars hiiv. Sumner, Harwell, Joe Tracy and Burlier -' ,-' \\ alwajrelHere's condlUoD' ,'', '
H'l latio the boarded savings of the poor been placed on lines of the RailwayMail were on the sick list thic week, .- ,1
by the assured security of the Govern- Service for the of a- . f ;
protection pos- I but all are able to do duty. 1
ment control. That the \ \ \\\\\I\\\\\ \\\ f ;, ;'
public appreciates tel clerks and a liability law 'enartsd Sergeants Clark aid McGowan and \\ \\ '
i.': the advantage thus afforded is for the relief of employees engagedn ['Privates Johnson and McCallister ire V .4. .11

.s aeen in the from increased 310,000 to number 616,000 of, and depositors this hazardous has also service.been increased Mail transportation on- : dome Tommy bunk was and fl fatigue pleasant today caller on _________-____________-_______-_-___-____________-____-_________________ ''; 1'j f.;;:'

,c In the amount deposited from $30- 5,24800! miles of railway. i Company B today. - ---- ---- \t';

t -$36,325' to $92,000,000.City The fraud-law statutes, to preventthe i Three late recruits In the (lI''IIMIlY Civil-Service, / ExaminationsThe

Delivery. use of the mails for swindling I I are bright boys and are fast learning t tI
7 City delivery has been extended to purposes, have been vigorously enforced | to drill, says their instructor, Capt. United States Civil-Servio
8,000,000 additional homes thereby I I and will be continued for the Reagan. Commission announces( examinations

according this benefit to something public protection, Sergeant Sumner is in charge* of for the following positions in the ser I

1 like 6,000,000 people in all heretoforedenied I First Surplus in 29 Years 1 quarters today, assisted by Private vice of th" national government, the L-
this service. That this enlargement Above all, notwithstandiny the Munn. Roy Craves and Marion Farmer ' dates of examination ranging from I r __ .-- -
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; of privilege) and opportunity was great loss caused: by the lOW hates for I are kitchen poliT todav. Oct. S to Oct. 12: : , fffit:
,( S wise measure i Is shown by the per- I second-clash mattfef-\ and the heavy expenditure I Erickson and Harwell, the tallest\ r-t .
p 'capita expenditure: for postal accommodation -, ; tot rural delivery and the and the shortest among the men of Brick Mason. Oct. 3-salary $780. 4 :

,- which has grown from $2.58in fact that for; twenty-nine (years pr>- I their regiment, had their photographsmade Vacancy in Indian service, Kansas.No : t
1912 to nearly $3 in 1916. Greater ceding 1913 there was an annual deficit together yesterday-striking educational test. Competitorsrated '
c. postal facilities mean not only more the gratifying announcement is prototypes( of Mutt and Jeff. on experience and physical abil- "
patrons, but more is spent for postage made that the Departmet is now not ity. Age 20-50 years. Application The \ f
'i' because of these afforded conveniences: only self-supporting, but will turn Yellow complexion, pi..iplrs and form 1800.Laboratory.. (
,, : and the public revenue th.reby considerably back into the national treasury this disfiguring bl.-misl OB on the face or Assistant in Ceramics .
increased. year a surplus of $5,742,000.( body can be gotten rid of by doc""rin& Oct. 4-Salary, $900-$1,200. Vacancies national I f

,; .t, Village Delivery.! Service Above AIL the liver, which is .orpid. HER- in Bureau of Standards. Excellent gua ft
4 'i1. The.introduction of this Hew feature No more important responsibilities BINE is a successful liv r correctant. chance appointment, as sup
;t. of public accommodation supply can be imposed on men vnder our It purifies the system, MJmulatcs the ply of eligibles has not been equal to t
I'I A ing the need of people who were not form of government than that of vital organs and put the body in fine demand. AfpTicanta\ must be grad' For defense against invasion, our I
included in either cityor rural delivery vigorous condition. Pries 60 C. Sold uates of or senior students in college
j' 'k maintaining,: a service so fundamentalto real national is the millions i
II marks a progressive, step in postal the welfare -and happiness of the by Osceola Pha' nacjr. t courste of ceramics or ceramic engi- guard .
I, 1 improvements which has met with people.It neering. Age 18 years or over. Application of st Americans in "'"
1t '' general satisfaction and will prove of II only just to say that no opportunity Columbia College's Opening form 1312.PharmacologIcal lwari'lo"ung' 1
'f neat benefit to patrons who are now has been neglected in any direction Aid Oct. 4-Sal- all who must ''respond ". ,i
II- being given the service. Two hun- whereby could be saved ary 9001200. Vacancies in Department -
money This session of Columbia
I year's '
call for
dred and seventeen small of Agriculture. to their country's '
Applicants
municipalities and conditions improved. ? !
College (Lake City, Fla.) opened with r-
i?, I these free- must have had at least two
are already enjoying While the saving of money is always an enrollment showing increase of years' attendance training and the ranks
:. t delivery advantages, and tbe number I an at college. Age, 20-35 servIce In ,{
1 ,. a public duty", it is not everything 83 per cent over that of 1915. This years.
, Will be rapidly Increased. -not the greatest essential of session, the tenth, is the best and Application form 1312. of our armjr and navy. For defense It
t\ !". Rural Delivery and Post Roads public service administration. Subii petor ,of Ordnance, Oct. 4-
brightest in .the history of the col
!' r. New routes have been established Service always service-this is the lege. There was an elaborate pro- Wage: $4.48 per day. For vacanciesin against invasion of the elements f

1.", and extended in over ten thousand localities great and commanding needmoreand /gfam for the opening exercises, lastIng Navy Department. Ag, 21-40 CERT ATI N-TEED Roofing IS the real
Copy of announcement, showIng J
4 affording service to approximately better accommodations, greater throughout a day among whichwas years. -
: ,",I 3,200,000 patrons previously convenience and comfort, whatever the enthusiastic adoption of the requirements and application "national guard".
.:; t without it. The mumber of families makes for peace and contenment. following resolution by a rising and Form 1312 upon. request. !
.f; f who now have this, service amounts These are things more to be desired unanimous vote: Engineer in Indian Service.-Oct.
>1 to 6,719,602 as shown by a recent tabulation than the saving of money: but "Resolved, That the visiting/ friends, 11-12-Salary, $720. For vacanciesas
made of which 658,000 if be secured and bet steam and electrical engineer. Age,
t over both can -more the faculty, and the students assure i
. '3 were added between April 1913, and ter service for less money-then the lion. C. A. Carson, president of the 20-50 years. Manual of examinations, CertainteedRoofing
3 .".. April, 1916, an evidence of remarkable purpose and aim of wise administration board of trustees, who has given Columbia containing full information, and application : :t:
l'1 "t activity in the management of have been accomplished the ut- College generously of mind, form 304 upon request. ,

i, lt this branch of postal affairs, as gratifying most given that any man can expector heart, and money, of our sincere felicitations Agricultural Inspector, Oct. { 1.12- ..I 1
to the department as it must desire. the of Salary 12001400., Four vacanciesin -
upon great opening (
qjl /IPhi ippme Islands. Manual of examinations o *
i.j: .. 1916-1917. .
full
. --------------------- containing Information ;

is the only plan by which State Pres- I COUNTY COURT JURORS. and application form BIA No. 2 tr

ident Curry and Southern States Sec- i upon request. protects our buildings- from the violence! } of storms ; success. ;(
Pirst-Gradft. Examination POll
I[CHRISTIAN I ENDEAVOR retary Lehmann could tour such an I The following jurors have been poned-<-This examination, for field t fully resists the attacks of rain, hail, sleet and snow; i!* '

r } immense field as Florida.It drawn the county1 to serve court at, which the next convenes term on of I'service is usually held in November, unaffected by the sharp assaults of frost, and the withering fire :
but has been it '
postponed. Probably
Oct. 9 of mid-summer It withstands the of '.
Monday : sun. even time
Miss Grace Winn, superintendent ravages ,
be introduction
is nome job to the will not be held until November, 1917.
;t the Christian Church Juniors in Kis. superintendent. Here is an example. J. W. Lilly, II. II. Driggers W. J. ; Applications and information may N for CERTAIN-TEED Roofing is guaranteed for'5' 10 or IS ''v|

.I t simnvce,. has entered" college in Tallahassee. )- Nelson Russell, trained in C. E. work C.S. Carr E. Swope, A. ,R..A.Jackson I D. Gilbert F., C.J. Bryan T. Al-, be obtained from the secretary of the years, according to ply ((1, 2 or 3)). Experience proves that \
of Kissimmee went to Fernandiria in Board of Civil Examiners, Washington I
derman, C. W. Milliard. J. S. Boyd, it will out.last the period of guarantee.
a double capacity-to be a telegrapher D. C., or at any first or second I 'f
S. G. Barber J. A.
l Somehow the world seems really and also C. E. president. Next, Barclay. class postoffice or from the secretary I The long life of CERTAIN-TEED is due to the fact that it
small at times. Once it was our pleas he moved to Punta Gorda, and attended Samuel Parsons of New York, of the Fifth Civil-Service l District; I tl;
ure at Frostproof, Fla., to know a Presbyterinn meetings there, landscape artist, and Wm. Connellon.a PostofTice Building, Atlanta, Ga. does not dry out, as ordinary roofing does. This is because it is !
.
.i winter resident who had a nice "like a good boy" should. Now the also of that city, one of the best golfarchitects made of the best quality roofing felt, thoroughly saturated witha IJ
'A daughter who married the missionary I IKisRimmec Valley Gazette reports Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System ;
have been
employed to lay blend of soft aspnalts-the formula of the General's Board of 't
for India, Sam Higgenbottom, to I i he has a better position in Tampa, out the golf Course on the Ft. Mvers Tb Old Standard frtsrrml .tr othajnt tonic
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? whom the late Presbyterian and Congregational and menjbers of the First Presbyte- Yacht and Golf Club grounds. They OROVB'S TABTHUK88 chtll TONIC. drive. oat Expert Chemists. This soft saturation is then covered with a l.
School I rian Society will be duly notified in MlarU.rBrtclm. the Woodand builds lip in*lytern. *- of harder blend of which
; Sunday papers will commence work immediately. A true toI C. For adult.and children. 50<:. coating a asphalts, prevents the drying'C
1 tribute. So it is for that city.
pay a very easy
< out and keeps CERTAIN-TEED impervious the
to
, process
; us to know that "it was a true story"of -- -
W
1 _. genuine heroism I The Valley! Gnzette thought ;H Ynt-'SICKENS elements for years after the harder, drier kinds of roofing have \f

I worth while 'o mention in news items CALOMEL IS dried out and gone.CERTAINTEED. t
I the recent Chirstian Endeavor and'I
Much is said and felt about the
echool openings of these late September -I Epworth League wedding: in Winter is made in rolls ; also in slate-surfaced ,

I, 4 days. How good it would be if Park when M3S| Maude Enlow became ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE shingles. There is a type of CERTAIN-TEED Roofing for :
I
:/ the same proportion of interest would Mrs.of Roland Rollins Barze. Another every kind of building with flat or pitched roofs, from the 1/
i marriage a College( town
be 'end other older-
'j kept up by parents I
;, crown people nil throuch the term. ]I Endeavorer, mentioned in the Winter largest sky-scraper to the smallest residence or out-building. 1jl'

tt 4 :),, IOf;Jn the'Prsbyterian Leesburg (called church by Dr.) there Klinger was ell Poet to was Lieut.that Smith of Miss in Mary a Northern Twich- I "Dodsot's Urn Tons" Starts Your Urn my gtllI'antee-Go to any drugstore I CERTAIN-TEED is sold by responsible dealers ail over the- y I

special prayer meeting, in behalf state. One feature about the Barze and get a 50 rent bottle of Dod- world, at reasonable prices. Investigate it before you decide on. .,h\t\
. I of the term held at the schoolhouse wedding is that there will be no need Better Tin Calomel aDd Doesit on's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful to- of roof.General.
any type '.'
; before the opening day arrived. of introduction for they will stay at night and if. it doesn't straighten you 1\,
The Leesburg Commercial tells of home. Salivate or llaki You Sick. right up and make you feel fine and I J'
. vigorous by morning I want to :: Roofing
good things. This to you go Manufacturing Company
many seems us PARADOXICAL CONTENT."I back to the store and .
I one of the very oest. Listen to mel Take no more sickening Liver Tone is get destroying your money.Dodson's the World' Largest Mannfactarmr of Roofing and Building Paper* :::1 f,

' feel safe from Accidents on this salivating calomel when bilious or ale of calomel because it !is real liver p4._Yorto Ott CI.i.... PhiI.d.IpbI SL louIs n...... t
'J Have you'sot your convention date train." \ constipated. Don't lose a day's work! medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore it ........-Orleoaa... o.... e s.. Frssc.. .co L... A....... un...".... Cl.d.CJo..I..t'.... i b

down right and are you preparing togo "Why soT""Because Calomel is mercury or quicksilver can not salivate or make, you nick. Atl..i. Iech..a.0-1.0.. ....-. 5..iI.Ii...... K.uul..h.._. Cay ..''odia.,1Io.. if' :'T'!
I a goodly number from each society it is in charge of an engineer which causes necrosis of the bones.. I guarantee that one spoonful of Dod- (. 11110, U..nl ko-e.t.g ultcturins Oo.Lo. 5juj.oi.gigbe4 }
W. both Young People's and Junior who has the reputation of beIng Calomel, when it comes into contact noa's Liver Tone will put your .lug/ iuli. r w
organizations J Hero Is the list again: a wreckless one."-Baltimore with sour bile crashes into It, ,breaking liver to. work and clean your bnweU of Certain-teed f fis
; Laic* City, Oct. 25-26; Femandina" American. it up. This is when you feel that awful that sour bile and constipated 1 waste Roofing ;
? Oct. 27-29; Daytona, Oct. 30-31 ; nausea and cramping. If'ou are slug- which If clogging your nvntetn and making t:
'a_ Stuart, Oct. .31-Nov. li Winter Haven, The War Department has granted "Kith, and "all knocked out" If your you feel! miserable. 1 guarantee thata l sold by the f., .11(11:.(
2or. 2-3; St. Cloud. Nov. 4-6; Sorren- permission. to the St. Augustine Institute liver: is torpid and bowels constipated bottle of Dodion's Live Tone will\ .

. to,),NOT. .6-7, AlvO two conventions of Science and Historical Society or you hay bead8he. disciaess coated keep your entire family feeling<< fine for
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-In'' WeSt L Florida 'Just before that In tongue, If breath I. bad or stomach sour months. Give It to your children. It.. Is OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPAN *;
'Lak. City. We .w sorry the Urns to use SKMde .of, the casemates' just take a, spoonful of harmless, Dod- harmless; doesn't gripe and they like Its ,

.4 ,:WW:: ,be so short in each place; but that of old Fo/t I',Marion as a 'museum.. eo*'! Liver JJ" on,'my,gosxaate ; pl-.nt t.I. ...... K1SSINMEE FLA. r" 'i

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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER !!! THE KIS5IMMEE- 'VALLEY GAZETTE "'

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|:. IS FASHION -PARKING BACK TO FRENCH DIRECTOIRE? Haft Memorial Building 'News t VALDOSTA MOVE FAMILY!} TO KISSIMMEEMrs. (*I '


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This I 3.' A. Ewing, the "efficient rei:
ParUikn Rumor. To Effect-Occasional Proof Of It-New Kiivnrn.'a: .Civic c.n"r-.Pui.'i Library: Public Reading gent of' the James,Jaekaon Chapterlughters _.. ..
of the American ,Revolution For Sprains.
Blouse Of Larrieness
Satin
mad. Georgette.. I Room, Public Rest Room, Public Play Ground has.. recently moved to Kissimmee Sores Cuts. ,
Rheumatism
-- Fla. The members of the Chap j

New York, Sep. 27.-(Correspondnee (foes well up in the back and almost I Under this caption occasional news Memorial Corporation and the exec- ter will learn with much;regrot'this Penetrate and Heal. J'

Mfe ).-We have::lately been hearing, touches the hair is one of the very or announcements will be made concerning utive board -of tho Frances* Willard work news.for.Mrs.. Ewing bas done splendid Stop. Pain At Once i* '
rumors from Paris that the period of newest from Paris. Most collars continue ' Kissimmee's civic center- W. C. T U. (both Kissimmee the chapter. It is her wish

.the Directoire U likely to'make itself to be very large, though some officially known as 'the Hart Memo- ) JOINTLY control and organizations man- that members communicate with For Man and Beast .....
In dress. Mrs. T. A. Baker, the .vice regent, in
felt'again our Although small ones are seen. rial Building: age the Hart Memorial property.. 2Jc.50o.Jll.i AtAUD.SJSLINIMENT f
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these rumors have not been confirmed The Hart Memorial regard to the work o( the chapter. '
P4 from all sides, here and there a costume A Skirt of Many Gore* i Notice.: interest Corporation's Valdosta (Ga.) Times;
comes the
through
In the matter of skirt building or Mrs. Ewing and her three children
appears highly suggestive of separate The annual meeting of the Hart clubhouse.,. Th W. C. T. U.'. inter have
there
is a which arrived in Kissimmoo and
striking
this period so It will hardly be look- novelty has est expect -
{I Memorial Corporation will convene i in comes through the ground or lot.
made a to the resldanco
strong
ing too far ahead to give it some appeal to many women. '' These occupy on
consideration. Period styles This is the fourteen- ored skirt, of the Hart Memorial Building at 2 p. m. two ex -utive beards meet in Church street formerly owned by Dr.
keep
ro- of Oct. 2 1916.ELIZABETH. joint session to deal with business ,
cuitsMv' every little while and for which an illustration is shown here. I any W. W. Carson. Mr. Ewing is engaged I

sonvVtitne we have had no strain .,t Not even the number of gores has AULTMAN, Sec. board pertaining selects to the property. The in the naval stored business, with.
the Directoire\ in our dress, so there deterred them from taking a fancy four (two a joint committee of headquarters at Rosalie, Fla. DR. DERBYSHIRE
will be little wonder if it should return toi' this skirt, the novelty1' and\ the ef- On the afternoon the second and ; ) to members from each organIzation I Does General Practice riving sped.i t"*
feciveness of fourth of each month of directly manage the prop- Oil production Argentina last IV)*
it far Fridays use
very soon. And there will be having outweighed erty. The attention to Obstetrics: smej' Diseases of
the task of making it. The most the Hart Memorial Building is reserved managing committee, nqw year amounted to 274,000 barrels. w___ .
effective developments are in two ma- for the local W. C. T. U., which comprises Miss Elizabeth Donegan -- p tr- .
terials, making the alternate gores of :meets on those days. Uao of.the and and Mrs.Mrs. J.Makinson Z. for too H. M. C., LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your orrlcl! OVFR DRUG STORE I I ,
Roberson and KISSIMMCC.riA.
Mrs.
the different materials. Needless to''building on the afternoon of the ftrat S. .
I B. Aultman for the W. C. T. U. KH* Ph. I8, Office P"-...__|
say, in this lies the chief beauty of Monday in October is reserved for The Hart Quirk's Chill Tonic cured
my
Memorial
the ,the annual of the Hart Memorial Corporation has C
skirt. One the mooting
may use same material husband
I charge of the civic uses and plans of LaGrippe and Fever after
in Corporation.
two colors
contrasting materials contrasting in the; or connected with the Hart Memorial the doctor's medicine and other rem ALAN
same
I J. MacDONOUGH
l'I shade. These skirts are often made Some time sea tha City! Council ordered Building. This organization meets dies failed."
some ftllrnfInof low places on'the meets yearly, but its work in the interim Registered ArchitectAND I
LULA C. ROACH
Hart Memorial lot. It is understood is carried on by its various officers Drifton, Fla. '
this work soon will be done. and committees. The work is Sold by Osceola Phaqfeftcy, 25c. 4
ENGINEERBRONSON
c confined to making the building and :
Which is good news-for appearances .
will be improved, the lot will more its I lot attractive and useful to citizens BLDG. ICISSIJUMHB! ,ITLA.
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readily shed water, and it will be in and visitors Kissimmee.. THE R.oRIOAHETAlPRoDUC1SCo

I shape for too addition of conven- Mothers'The Kissimmee and Teachers'Woman's ,Club, the MANUFACTUREr J. A., TROVILLION. M. D. I
Club and
I iences, pastimes, and adornments ther any Special Attention to
that are planned for it. Memorial organization using the Hart METAL CANCER. GOITRE, TUMORS and
building
The managing officers of the Hart quests or tenants of the joint manag- El LINGS Orlando.Office-Boardman Building
1'1'1 1'I I Memorial Corporation arc making i ng committee previously mentioned. : StoIlam.

/1 ii 1' plans to plant trees in the lot. In the GOING ON TO BETTER THINGS. CULVERTSSHINGLESlBULlNG Winter Parky"\..,Office-2 to 4 and 6 '
meantime trellises for vines are to be . _ to 8 p. m. sepl 6mo pd
installed, to supply shade until the
By Rev. W. B- BWitherspoon. \
trees are able to serve that purposeA
To the Valley Gazette: '

itcU croquet court soon is to be a feat- Some of us are much pleased. with : sBuLOckREAL I!
of the Hart Memorial lot. r
ii ure he news of improvement at the Hart MATERIAL Q 9wwrt !
: Quoits is another pastime to TODAY aM2Ai J *Nt> SPECIAL
be enjoyed here in the near future. A Memorial building nnd the forecasting rOR CATALOGUES OUOTATJONS

quoit alley will be installed and facilities of still more improvements. JACKSONVI - -- .FLA. ESTATE .

afforded for the standard quoit The'activities that have (centralizedn .......................
garne. The quoit is a direct descendant i this building in ".e past have
of the Latin discus-a ring of 'INSURANCEExamination
iron or stone 10 to 12 inches in diam- meant more for the betterment of the

eter and thrown as an exer-ise of 'c community than perhaps any of us of Titles a

strength and skill. The standard have realized. Certainly; they have
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SAWMILL
modern quoit is an iron ring averag ,done incalculable good. '
ing about 6 pounds in weight, flattish Specialty. ,
in shape, and convex on the up- Now that there is provided more MACHINERY '

per side, so as to form an edge !sufficient steady support and an enlarged vision AND Correspondence Solicited. ?!
!L41IL to enavbl the quoit to stick in i for programs, we may expectven
J.- the ground when it falls. The ring is e the more skeptical to sit up and ALL SUPPLIES >ii
RHIrcting the Directoire Style : r about 2H inches broad and 9 inches take notice of the merits of these )in- ,

I little regret, too, for there is a cer- in diameter, with a hollow dent on situtions for social betterment.I .Wrii* For Prices And Robert Riedel Co. iB
tain dignity and stateliness about the the outer rIm-for too forefinger or noticed recently that trees had
costume of this! period that make the thumb. Two "hobs", or pins arc b[een offered for beautifying the Catalogue NOVELTY WORKS

it a favorite among many women. placed in the ground, generally 19 grounds, which is a timely suggestion. House Bills a Specialty All Interior Fills ?
In the accompanying sketch is a yards apart, "and the players (two to I ft sesms advisable that some one be Window and Door J1m
dress which shows the Directoire influence four in number) endeavor to "rin"" ngaged to make a canvass and PC and Fratnii, Window
Door
very markedly. This type of the "hob" or pin or to place their 'cure an ample supply of trees; that Thence Seromm
dress strikes the eve at once as bef1g quoits as near it as possible. A circle the proper authorities have the : Shop 216; Residence 237
.. very distinct from other styles. I of clay is placed around the "hob" to I grounds laid off and the trees planted Darlington Are, Near Freight Depet
.-.At! first glance one might easily mistake I New Gored Skirt with Simple Waist I receive the quoits. A "ringer" counts ; that flowers and shrubbery be

it for a coat on account of the in two colors of serge, as black and 2; the nearest quoit counts 1-as in I planted in tasteful quantity and order, Ask Your Grocer
large collar rising high at the back white; or they are made in combinations bowls or curling. I and that the wdrk be pushed until W. B. Crawford Lea
of the neck, the equally large revers I of serge and satin, broadclothand I the whole premises! aie made a veritable rr- CRAWFORD Jamil
and the double-breasted effect of the velvet, or taffeta and serge. Taffeta Benches are to be placed about the I II beauty epot. & JARRELLATTOIINEYSATLAW *
short, fitted body., At this season of or corduroy in two colors is very Hart Memorial lot for the accommo-1 It is gladly noted in this connection fl
the dress in often employed with good results I dation of that Mr. Thomas chairman of
year a coat effect is Mpecially -, visitors.Arrangements Offices: 4 5 6
and
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CHEEMAL'SOOFFEES , Citizen
desirable, and one of this also. 11 1 the street committee, concedes that
type has many charms. The long I As to Separate Blouse I, are being made to I the grassy triangle between the Val-) Bank' Building

tunic parted in front and attached to The waists to go with separate keep open the Hart Memorial buildIng I ly Gazettee office and Mr. Buckles's Klsslmmee Florid

the rather short-waisted body can he skirts and suits are, as a rule, very I[ on Sundays for use as a rest and )11 home should be made (when Stewart
Worn to advantage; by the woman of simple. White and pale flesh-colored reading room-not for business or (avenue is paved) a little park. This -
average proportions. blouses are still favored, though the I'amusement of any kind. Tunics are quite fashionable this fashion of having the blouse matchin The building is to be kept? open all spot.Nature 5. 5
season and thepe: is a large variety of I color the .suit with which it is to day on week days as a civic center shows her appreciation of DR. W. W. CARSON .

different styles. A novelty seen very be worn is again,coming in. For this for use as public library, public read- b cauty by distributing it lavishly,and ,'-.-...-.-- '.,
recently was in the form of a long reason there are some dark blouses ing-room, public restroom, and for we should understand that every DENTIST .,
.tunIc reaching to the hem of the seen. Satin' and Georgette are combined social affairs. Heretofore it has been beauty spot established is an asset of S
skirt, but Jt was placed only across for waists tha form part of .open at certain houis only.. i inestimable value, and. stimulates the Office over:Pllley Building i ,
the' back of the skirt, barely starting the costume The sleeves and upper The date when these changes will reattion: of others. Let us all lend ptriea Hours: '. I-II' 1-Ii"* I '
f rtVrt the hips., The dress in question part of the waist are generally of be made effective will be announcedlater. a hand and help push along the good O Gas'lo. 'Phon Administered lit Residence for 'Ph.... SI ,..
wasTnade of soft navy blue silk and Georgette and the lower part which *work-not only these things mentiond J. A. SCHREIFELS, D. C. T.*th Extraction <,

'. the tunic was of very fine serge in comes nearest' the skirt is of satin. here, but all enterprises for bettering -
.1 a matching shade. Striped satin is also used for waists. The executive board of the Hart i and beautifying the community. CHIROPRACTORSpecialty

Collars, high in the back and open ,combined with Georgette or chiffon.
in front, on the order of the one in |A charming model for dressy wear in Nervous and Chronic \
the illustration, are very good; style. was made of blue and white striped Diseases. CEO. F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW .

Even in separate collars to be worn ''satin with white Georgette. It had a A MISTAKEN IDEA S.
with dresses and suits the style that large! cape-collar. I CiMdtittei IK Spinal Aitljfiii Frtt.
.. Collections and Conveyance
Opening Office October 2nd
FLORIDA'S RISING POET Specialties
GOOD BO.OKSI (From Jacksonville Metropolis.) OFFICE HOURS: 111 Broadway ; '
G. BARNETTT.
---HEN.RY (SOLD BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY) The best reason for pushing advertising is dull bu.iness. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, .

( L. Z. Barr, Mayo, Fla., in Talla- I Sometimes a merchant will cut his advertising run small copy between 7 and II A. M. -I
"We must educate, we must edu- and give that business is and he does .
hasse Democrat.) as a reason very light not believe J.blllllld, 114 '1-2 tiMAMjrlslilifJMiirirkar'fLEWIS j '
cate, or we must perish by our own I anything can be accomplished. I T. M. RIVERS M.D.
Henry G. Barnett, son of Rev. R.. II. .
.
Barnett of Clearwater, Fla., and a prosperity. --:Edward Everett. I Take a couple of illustrations recently, and right here in this - -- -- --- PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

town : While.some of our best people were crimping their advertising Office over Osceola Pharmacy
brother of Rev. Ira Barnett, pastorof The New Standard Dictionary, most

the Methodist church in Perry, 'authoritative, most comprehensive, :. another party goes to work and uses both newspapers and picks up O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW 'Phone Residence. 141.' IIOITIc.

Fla., has developed into a poet of rare latest and best dictionary published. trade amounting as we understand, to between $30,000 and $40,000

ability. S .. The New International En- cash. Waring Building.
The Barnett family has been not.>d Another the ; (}. f.
using Metropolis
party mainly. put some attractive KHIJ5BS W.
J. STUD ''iS
for generations because of the number cyclopedia, now being! completed sur- ,
and ability of Methodist preachers passes any similar work. advertising before the public, and has done an immense business as '! KRIBBS &: STEED

ti has supplied to Florida. President Wilson's "History of the a result.

The ofd grandfather was a pioneer i American People." C Mark To the man who thinks comment is not necessary. ATTORNEYS AT LAW '
Methodist nrpurlvpr in this state. HeM :Twain's ks. The '
: .complete; e '"o. .:, I (
rode his pony along; the Indian trail j i DeaL eumons 01 onaKUHpuai, OUIAUU, t y Legal business of all kinds givea

of Florida, and swam the rivers and j i: Dickens, Goldsmith Scott, Kipling, I DESTRUCTION OK COTTON I was .10 miles nway. All the stalks on C. W. GRIFFIN prompt attention.

swollen streams many years before ''Stevenson, Br<>tc lIarte, James Whit- STALKS CURTAILS WEEVILS the 400 acre plot were destroyed dur- Offlce-H II and It State Bank Bide.
this peninsula became a state. lie comb Riley, Eugene Field, and loll inK the first te". days of October. Dur KUslmiuee. Florida.
carried his Bible and hymn book in j great authors. ing the following May a careful enrch
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his saddle bugs, and preached almost "Harvard Classics," "Junior Class- The first weevils which cttack the disclosed one weevil on the 400 acres, I Staple and FancyGROCERIES _
every day in the week to the few I I lies," Ridpath's "History of the cotton crop in spring are those which while the check plot was so badly infested -
white settlers of this country. Two World," Reed's "Modern! Eloquence," i have wintered in the adult! itajrc. that almost all the squares Pat Johnston a. P. Oarr.t

of his sons became tble ministers of /'The Doctor's Recreation Series," ]'These adults depend on late cotton f'r had dropped. i JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW
existence until tme: into winter :
: to g-o
the gospel. !,and "Great American Lrwycrs. |' .
The oldest' Rev. James Barnett after I SELL THESE BOOKS ON EASY quarters. Enough weevils will live Had It On Father.A .

serving' as a flaming Methodist TERMS, AT PUBLISHERS' PRICES. I through this winter to infest the crap: young man was loafing in of Free all
one Delivery to Part Offices 10, 11 and
next and imure the spread of 12 Citizens Bank
year
preacher for some years', was taken Every Intelligent Person needs one the local stores the other day when
t& heaven. or more of the above named sets. /the pest to new areas. his idle father happened in. of the City BuildingKl.aimm
Rev. A. A. Barnett son of Rev. Students and parents cannot affordto If the stalks are destroyed early "Son," said he, "when Abraham **. Fi&.

James Barnett, was 11 minister of be without an up-to-date, reliable i,the weevils will stirt bofoio frost because Lincoln was your age he was splitting .oooooo oooooooooo O<_ .'
great pulpit power, and one of the reference library. I I they eat nothing but cotton and rails." "Yes" replied the son,
most holy men the writer knew. It Write today for prices on all books they until do not go into winter quarters "and when he was _your age he was CF.THRASHERSHEEl ...
was under his ministry the writer and magazines you may want or need. I frost comes. Consequently any President of the United States."- J. W. THOMPSON '
united with the chorch many years 1 I can supply same at lowest prices. farmer can reduce materially the Clearwater Sun. METAL WORKER
I number of weevils that attack his
ago, and soon afterward the Lord Cash or easy installments.Good Mftal Roof FUNERAL
Put
and DIRECTORand
Best and Most I crop next year. A commulyty c.n as- Chilean copper mines are calling on
took him to Heaven. Books are our
.
I sure a fair crop by co-operating in for American capital for development I I Guarantmcd .
w ReV. R. II. Barnett, pastor of the Useful Friends. ,
r1 ethodist church at Clearwater, Fla., All magazines and penodicrls- at destroying the stalks, according: to purposes. PHONE U.-R KISS1MMEC. FLA "
fs blessed with a rlumber of as fine |cut prices. Write for catalog of clubbing E. S. Pace, distrtct agent for the Uni- I - __ LICENSED EMBALMER
of Florida
versity Extension Division.

eons all as finely ever educated graced the men.state.Rev.Th Ira"! yare Books terms.and magazines Dent to any The stalks should be plowed under CIChnicCathIIs CurableNootId. Store and Chapel, Stewart Aval f
four or inches with two horse
Barnett, of Perry Fla., is a very address prepaid.J. more a A' ( 1a KI.otmm. Fla.INI. *..navj t
minister of the Methodist T. NORSWORTHY plow. A spike tooth or disk harrow ..Is-d1.trss totlo..,iaw' a.dblatrld.. Cb
prominent should be run ahead of the plow so mtan b.y.tmmi.-that..it.. ssi.ujs. tJoe bocIT.doI -
church. Room 915. ,I I .. >
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is sa11.t III I. io-1.ItJ
But I started out to write about. Austell Bldg., Atlanta. Ga. that the stalks can be .turned under .1B wal Only a -UbatlGaai sssst, will .. -tarrio. S''. ...$44'tO..IO.S......-.. ;,
. readily. It is advisable to plow the Sb sc.t. .....u- ., ..
Henry who is G. Barnett, the Florida much attcnmn poet-, S. C. Hood, who has been in chargeof 'stalks under and thus conserve the =::: coe=.;=ai.dvr sj Uoq : TILLER t
attracting so
now organic matter for the soil. If the :
from all lovers of good poetry. the Government Essential Oil Station farmer is not equipped for plowing PERUNA Ha Helped Thousands
Personally I feel proud of him, be- Laboratories at Orlando has Real Estate Agency i
)) and the stalks under he may cat and fttoafcw lorata.'I'Io..tlltltwp.. c..tI_ oIth-.h_ .;
cause( he is a Florida man and his an- resigned his position and will reside at windiovr them. As soon as the leaves ....--&h \ .rona bv.Sts.. ill s Dber at...,... P.a hUIJd&. -.-.- -.."'- ...-.....,,-
. rrcetors! were Florida men who helped and ::ta1 ''o.lI.th. strssgth sad haips pet s syts IaI'Ioruaa
lighter have
parts
Miami, where he expects to go Into brqwned : bought and sold.
t of this Realty
lay the foundation great )
enough to' burn, fire should be run II.MMeU' valus la
eatenhj ft
Mate of our He has a book of the busness. through them. This will save the ? (iv' ItmHtr la tk. mrvrn. n>tar- MM : Houses'rented.
jiaJTWT finest poetry Just from the press. I P C1adLTiI311 I to HwnuaibraaM sad cuibVi, Ii...topMand ?
of
heavier the
parts stalks for turn- r : Taut paid and Title verified
I fa t..r fea.4ons. ;
L-Mr. Barnett is not related to me" I According to the Palm Beach Post. ing under. I ........IMcia at*flU Is easy ft ....1.aI.-_ ita' non-residents.
Ruio1 Tie has no knowledge of what I Palm Beach county will expend $1- An experiment by the "Unitod I tnttoMBt Is-cMltim prcp.,,
iam: 'W1itillar about him but I\say.thlff -= I &Pus MtdlMl Etoiwftjnwt vfflbey : Fire Life and Acddeat. iW
,
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from 000.000 on good ro* this :year. States Department of Agriculture in ....._-. ut Tdrlo ... _, .1
\ because he merits commendation Texas the following results:for 'hoe....... D .
all A ,large addition will .be made, to, cave U "-' oa..IQ. suraoce.lademnity: .
true Floridan .
destruction of talks in controlling the & ; I
; :
: Bond
1 the Daytona: Beach'HoteI In tim. for THE .
1Threi; In weevils. The experiment Plot consisted PERDKA CQI4Isu.ha.o.;
stitches
2.000 a IIIiI i
;... 8>*ir of iandwn nearly'iJhO s/ .,the openlnjr of the r tottrirt'i|. .a!!D. of\,\400 acre, The, check plot M to T e 0......e.M It fri., j!"
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1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1 1 1'1'1'1'1'1'1 ' 1'1 1"1'1'1' CORNERSTONE LAYING AT ORLANDO plied>! the music, and Congressman W., '.'

SPECIAL CONVENTIONOF LOCAL, SCHOOL NEWS 5.speakers Sean 'of .this city: was .one of the

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t Society Notes' $ A Urge number of fraternity men '
total B
making. colonies 18,1)02.821
STATE PRESS ? Boys in this grade, are to of Klssimmee, sonic of them accompanied English with
miles in area, a population -
be taught the
gardening and will use by their wives, and daughters square II,;,
) plot of ground gardened by, them last and o( 889,066,035.
Orlando
motored to yesterday
(Mrs. E. E. Wen.. Editor) -
r Each boy must plant
year. one row witnessed the laying of the cornerstone :
President Oscar Conklin, of of strawberries, and any vegetables of the new fraternity building In the schools of Australia boxing J.\

r't Rpaed II "rude t. all patron .f ..La Valley Gazette t. lead lieu the Florida State Press Association -. h. may Select. being erected in that city. has been introduced as a regular xircise 1-
has called
the members The
the
of work. in these grades (seventh The Kissimm e' Concert band sup- for schoolboys. ':<<'I t ,l
F .f S.d.ty E.e.1aIt\ tb Editor for pablica6oa ia these column, latter to meet in special convention and eighth) will be obligatory. but it 1r
t at Jacksonville on Oct. 6. is elective in the High School. I '
This is the first time'this organisation .; The eighth-grade boys who will , ooo.'tr t'.ott.oto.otOOOtOt..oo. i U

hr . . . . - - - . . - . ..... ... . . . - - ..-- - has been convened in extraordinary study gardening this year have measured I '
session. It is summoned.nowbe- on their of will- "tr'Y"
plots ground and
CLUB RECEPTION TEACHERS abeth Waringr Jack Bass, O. B. Sei- ,
cause a mometous and extraordinary commence cultivaing them next week. Bandy I
ver, E. E. Wells and Misses Ruby situation confronts Florida's newspaper In the ninth and tenth grades the 1..o.o..o. t
1'a Teachers' Club
and Whidden
Mothers'
The and Collier.
Myrtle' publishers-as it does in all other work (elective) is arranged with one
tendered a reception to the teachersof Mrs. T. M. Rivera will entertain the States of the Union. laboratory' period '
wherein
the public schools and a few invited club at the next practical Returned J
guests Friday evening at the .meeting.* The abnormal and unjustifiable inflation cooking is taught meals planned, cost 4t';, ..'
of the prices for print of marketing consideredmenus :
paper arranged ,
Memorial ftom 8 to
Hart building
KERMATIC> CLUB. and how to dial with it, will be the and nutrition and diet
ti 10 o'clock. A pie. sing with informal"VocationEchoes" program topic for discussion and action Print- studied. Garment-making will be "From New YorkWhere T:

"( was enjoyed, Mrs. Bert Bryan and Mrs. S. H. paper prices have been advanced more taught in the ninth grade. In the _
\ _
as a feature. Bullock were hostesses Mondav af- than 100 per cent within the ,last sir tenth grade home furnishings are In- XI -'
J, :I" Mrs. J. E. Lupfer.presided the club's welcoming president ternoon at a regular meeting of the months. cluded such as hemming: curtains, table she and adapted the latest Autumn and Winter :i
inspected
graciously
Kermatic Club at the studio of the How to circumvent the /greed of linen, etc. Lessons in art embroi-
;: I the teachers with a few 'appropriateremarks. the latter. paper manufacturers and obtain ,.a- l I derv also will be a feature. Styles. She announces her J
(" Sho introduced upeak-
I The hours were spent in studying per at reasonable prices will be the I The girls of the eleventh and '
.lJ' ers Suggestions in turn. from Prof R. M. china decoration and were conclude! problem to be rolved. I I twelfth grads will study housekeep- I Autumn Millinery Opening for Oct. 6th.
with delicious refreshments of sandwiches Some publishers advocate establishment er's in domestic science
course with
f'': Evans "How/talk the was Club especially May) IIIp interesting the- cakes and tea of a oo-orerntive paper null by I one laboratory lesson and one lecture : The newest models in Tailored and Dress HATS will be displayed. r'

opening Prof. ,Evans, in hm forceful The members present were :Mesdames owners of Florida und Georgia newpapers. <- each: week. along] lines of house management Also close fitting and "nifty" HATS to suitable for the car. aG
i ; t tf
of S. H, Bullock, N. C. Bryan, | |: hous planning, home nursing -
r outlined the
I \ manner, subjects mutual Eugene Bryan, W. J. Fi'ipp'and Others hold this idea be ifant feedi" : attend 3 3f
and made practical I to untenable invalid cookery, and A cordial invitation it extended to Kissimmee's women to .
),.' interest many daughter Carolyn, J. I II), Clark Henry I hC'au8e'the iron-manufactuiing 'interior decorations. : this opening.

II'1 "i; suggestions.Miss Mary Bryan's vacation tulk] Aultman, and King nnd MiKes Anne "{ situation is said to make it itnpossiI Classes in the home-economics department ,/ f

\ had for its subject "The Other Side," and Inez Carson, Josephine Rsyioldi( I ble to obtain the required mu'hmery are divided into two sections :f 25 BROADWAY <
Norma Griffin and Violet Bullock.l with sixteen
within in
iJj' and her vacation in n reasonable period or at any pupils each sec- '"
( gave experiences Mrs Eugene Bryan will assist :Mrs. but prohibitive) prices. tion. The girls are arranged in pairs 6884801it
school work from the viewpoint of -><-:->Oo :rfifi+?
: and Bullock as hostess at the club's next Furthermore' it is contended that as "cooking partners. with four (girls!
parent Davidson meeting. water is feature! working at one table and one stove
I made power a necessa y
Prof. B. M. n strong
;, plea for co-operation of parents in C CHOUSE I of paper production-th. : cost of fuel ,'Each is supplied with her own cook- (OOX-<-:-:....-><-:-:-xX: : -:-:..:-->-:-.... '

,m the athletic] department. He spoke I PARTY*. driven power would mnke n tin, it- ing utensils and is allowed a drawer .
T of the influence of this deportment in I paper factory in Florida -DO costly for to contain them. During thf year a .
;
,
Mesdames J. I.. Overstreet, L. II. luncheon to 'invited will be included
the physical development of youth, I (I competition: with wa er-powered fac- guests -
? H. W. :Milton Pled ] OCCIDENTIs
mentioned the increased school efficiency ngram Morrow tories. in the work alloted to each sec
as a direct result and ger, W L. Winn and 'W. J. Fripp Most of the publishers who attendthe tion. "

of were "spend-Ove-afternoon guests special] convention will go to it
urged
-r ly co-opevation earneAt-1 'I
with Mrs Lane Paulk Student \1 l
Tuesday at I Journal.-
this side of school life. on completely "at sea" as to what should'
her pleasant! home Mabbette That Stenolakcean No But the Result of ;
Miss Elizabeth Aultman] described on street. or shall be done but with hope that the popular will Accident
:'', visit to the country districts in this The hours were spent in fashioning 'some Moses will arise to lead them be published this year is an, assured
a : pretty baskets from reed and fact and the editorial and i.
of the pine I out of their difficulties. managing
vicinity. She spoke sharp contrasts -
: ,", of the environment of these ',needles.] Mrs. J. L. Overstreet will Nevertheless one interested publisher staff has been nanvd as follows: Scientific Milling of the
pU-1 Ibe hostess on next Tueday who withholds his Editor-in-Chief, Edna Calkins lit-
pils'and of those of the home Sl'h name f says ; \
\ e
and a glowing tribute to the aftt'rnoon'l Jacksonville is being considered as erary editor, Mamie Witherspoo.i ;
\ gave I W. C. T. U. the location of what to be business managers, Amv Makinsonand
victories won tlcre in the fnca cf difficulties may prove BEST 'l::
SPRING WHEAT ,
] the greatest paper mill in the United Violet Bullock; local editor, Laura -
f jp Rev. O. B. Falls ai.d J. M. Willson. Frances Willard W. C. T U. 'States. Thomas; exchange editor, Abby t--
Jr. each spoke briefly on the subject. 'held a well attended meeting at Hart The hulk of print paper is manufactured Harris; circulation manager, L 1 n. InfOR
:Two: beautifully rendered musical Memorial building! ]last Friday after- I in Canadian and New Eng Geiger; assistant managers, Sheldon BREAD OR BISCUIT, IT'S THE BEST: .*-
,
1 numbers! a piano selection] by Mns noon. Reports reviewing the work of land mills Johnson, Elsie Dietz Ruth Howell,
:
Thomason and a vocal selection by the year just past were read and ap- Harold Herzberg; athletic editor, 24 pound sack Occident Flour $1.35 i
/ ?) Miss Inez Caron varied the proved. MORE RESIDENTSFOR Charles Regero. "
"
y Closing the program Mrs.program., W J. I * KISSIMMEE Reporters for the grades will b": 24 Pillsbury Flour, 1.29 :::J%<

i Fripp mode an entertaining talk on KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUB.A Ninth grade Brvan Simpson; tenth 24 Oklahoma Flour, 1.25 ( : .
and with Mrs. J. Brown of Great grade Henry Edwards; eleventh
to "Mothers concluding a Wesley "
tribute to mother love. business meeting of the Kissimmee Bend, Kan, arrived in Kissimnee recently grade Christine Ivey; twelfth grade 20 pounds Whole Grain Rice, I.CO

i; During: the social hour which fol- Woman's Club will be held rt bringing her daughter/ ami; two Lois Johnson. .I 12 1-2 pounds Granulated Sugar, 1.00 >f;
: lowed. Miss Jean Caldwell served Hart Memorial building the second sons in tiMe to enter school] with the This bright little Doper, edited ) '
? f ] the School talent Crisco 25c and .50 'j ::
( ,' punch and wafers. Monday afternoon in October. A full "school year's, open:ng. Mr Brown and solely by High : ,

,4 r t This affair conceded to be one of I attendance is desired. By an errur'l the eldest son, Gary, will oin the family the deserving business of the houses heartiest and clti&ens support. of of .., New Irish Potatoes, per peck, . . .40 J ; )i,
the most pleasing and informal the this newspaper was requested ; here Nov 1, heinc1etaine; ", city has known was managed by the nounce this' meeting last week for the 'I' Kansas", for business reasons the community. :..t. Taylor's Pick Coffee, .2Y '
'r i committee _of the _club I I t first :Monday in October. The Browns have extensive farming 1 '
Q Mesdames W. B. Makinson, J. L, >F + e I interests' in Ka n8an. They own Seventh trade's; New Teacher ;: IF IT'S NOT GOOD RETURN IT ;:

.. Overstreet, L. II. Ingram and J. L. DISCIPLES OF: CHRIST W. B. M. also here the property known as the I )JVliss Virgil Kent, from Quitninn, Y fti ,I'-,
K, k Roberson and( Misses Cecilia Over-'I Mercer place, on Vernon nnd Verona r.a, has taken the position as teacherof !)o TOTaylor's ..,

1' street and Louise: Thomason. Promptly at 3 l p. m. on Friday Oct.. streets, now occupied by C. A. Carson of seventh grade unfilled at the *,
of the school] term. She i' :
.r * C fi, the Woman's Board of Missions", Jr., and family. opening
j"r SURPRISE PARTY Auxiliary of the Disciples of Christ I Th" Brown f-milv will)] move into one of Principal Evans's former pupils -
ie i nanother t
| Church will meet in regular sessionat this home) later in th," -err-on. "Mrs. city. Cash Grocery ;1

')1. Wednesday evening at the Westfall the home of Mrs. J. J. :May, corners Blown and children! are now tpinnoIrruilv Fir"t-firade "Overflow." }! *
house lof Hug-hev street and Vernon avenue. I \ :located at Mrs. M. A. Clark's,
;f a delightful surprise party wa No teacher has been engaged for SI
She will be the hostess. 216 Verona street.MAKiNSON'S
i given in honor of Mis Alpha Westfall I the first-srrad-e overflow It U hot
certain that will be needed. PHONE 250 2.
whose fifteenth it The yet one
birthday
11'k was. Important Raad Work : WILD ARAB

k home was beautifully decorated with :NOW IS A GOOD BIT LI. "J oooo.oo oooOO 0000400000. BQPSd G8408fi ooco ;z
Miss Mary Pherigo has
On Bermuda AvenueThe accepted a
'r lovely cut flowers, the color scheme I _ kF
------ -- ---- ---------- -------- -
teaacher in the ---- - ----------
BasseneT
position as
being pink and white. Arab, W B. Makinson's registered
schools and left Wednesday'to enter
v Alter many jolly games refreshments county's road workers are performing 179509) Jersey bull last Sunday nignt her duties. oooooooo ooooo ooooooo c cooooooo.oooo.too'
il a! of ice cream and cake were this week an important and found something .that stopped him-- upon y

served. The honoree'received a number much needed job of filling on Bermuda dead. He was' no match.for an A., C. Miss Maud Thomason, is teaching .' ,

s', was of spent mementos by elf\ and present.'a jolly. "evening, avenue city limits.about 200 yards' I outsidethe into I,. locomotive beef. -which converted him in Jensen (St. Lucie,county), Fla. Her 1 1' ; Why Our Customers! J
cousin, Miss Stevens, is principal of :
Miss Westfall to .
Those to help en
The road at this point is being filled Everybody Is glad-:-excepting the the Jensen schools. '
fi Bass the evening were Misses Trixie so that the rainfall west of it will A. C. L. which is not partial to paving Are Satisfied

r Elsie. Bates Mamie Beatrice Pille ', Dorothy Wells not overflow the highway and flow cattle! damages. Even Mr. Mak- ADVERTISED LETTERS.List ',. _
: Hilton May eastward to the slough which empties inson is glad-aside from the financial ..tI..l
, Lillian -
r Wightman, Harris and Alpha] under the Dixie and ,
t t' Highway out past loss." Arab was a communitypest.
; Westfall, and Bert Wells, Charlie Rc- the Carson dairy farm. I A fence nveant nothing to his of letters advertised by the ;: ''W-\
'L '. I gero, Walter Bass, Frank Brvan, Edgar .Water h-eretofore overflowing the "owerful] battering-ram. l ICissimme" postofTice for the two *a 1
r!. Bryan. J. W. Wynn, J. E. Hartley road here must henceforth cither run | The animal was from a $r>,((100 sireon weeks ending Oct 2. 1916: : Best Quality Goods. Prompt Delivery. '

and B. L. Jenkins.! out the big western ditch or standstal''ant a Standard Oil ranch and cost' Lewis Aigett, J. J. Akins, Wonn'elonnpart' ;
Mrs. Westfall was assisted in entertaining west of the road. | more than $100 when a calf. His\; dC!. ; J. W Bryan, :Miss Sabrey . Accurate Prescription Service. '
t by Mrs. V. W. Edwards. )' S. C. C'limons. Mr I
Which emphasizes the desirabilityof 'anise occurred rvenr the bull nnrk. lie right, Veen Mrs
a %Y i C r cleaning- out the western ditch. i i was out on one of his'! periodical( rnrr- da' 1\1. Mutchins And Mack, Miss B ;': PRICES RIGHT '
,+ PRISCILLA! CLUB. pages.'COl'NTY. !'Jeugent' Capt. J.V.. Ivl"s, Rudy ,
Teal I K J. Vinll .
Frank
Washington, ;r
CITY CONVENTION \
MrJl J. J. Woodall's home innonK'
t i pretty .tGIIICl'LTUIi.tI. Col. F. K. Wall.
s Kissimmee was the scene of a OFSU.MMY) SCHOOLS; B. B SIMPSON, Postmaster : J1
Y I AGENT GOES TO G;\INKSVILI.K: ; : .
pleasant meeting of the Priscilla Club, I -

1' q Saturday afternoon when the hour I The KiBiimmee Inter-churrh Sun- I List of letters advertised by the 'i: Corner Drug Store
were spent in dainty needle work and : day School (convention for the last Farm Demonstrator B. E. Evans conversation. i quarter of 1916; will be !he'd Sunday will depart tomorrow for Gainesvilleto weeks ending Oct. 8, 1916! : 4 THE SANITARY FOUNTAIN PHONE 297 a
Misses Ruby Whidden and Myrtle Oct. 29, afternoon and evening. attend the annual mooting )( M. II. Alderman Mary Atjill.( J, 1",
,,, Collier assisted in serving delicious State Field Secretary I. N Halh- county agricultural und home-wuik Bringer, Miss Ruth Garnet. A, V, OOO .OO r.1'. '
OO O OOOOOO OOOOOOooooo.ooooo.ooooSmart
fruit punch and waferc. day will attend this meeting nnd demonstrators, 2 to Oct. 7. Joiner, Planters Cotton Oil Co., F. H.
l Those attending were: Mesdames Jruke'i! (\ addresses-one in the ',!- I I Mr. Evans will address the gathering Richardson, Mrs. F. II. Richardson, -
,i T. M. Rivers, Sarah Cahoon, J. L. ternconon( "Great Points ir. a ilood; Oct. fi on "Variable Yields", Due to Hiss Eunice Ritchardson, Mrs. J. II.
Beantan H. W. Morrow, L. R. Farmer Teacher: ;" the other in th+ eVt'nillC.: ,|; Individuality in Trees." flutledge, W. M. Singleton Lonnie Fall Dresses Easily Made At Home'

J, ( C. E. Hilton A. Cotterman n. or. "The Mission of the Modern Tatom.
S s s S. Marks, H. N. Bratton G. L. Hammock day School." I I'RKSBYTERIAN: ; CHI ItCH B. B. Simpson, Postmaster A '

Tom Woodall, W. W. Bell, H Other things to lie included in SIII1-1: The quarterly| communion service __-
1'' ; E. Bryan H. M. Pfann R. D. Guice, proRium will be announce' I in : .if .11.is church will l 1e observed! the APPRECIATION: ; .
tf" >,.' J. Z. RoberBon._ J._L. Overstreet, Eli:.- tin,t ,"11 nir Sliniliv FREECOUPON ,
r ) ---- --- - -
Mr and Mrs. A. D. Gilbert
are
,.' 1 1f
,
grateful to their] friends for their
f '
: I-;. kindly sympathy :and neighborly aidnctdcnt -( AT a f?
!\ trf the loss of their son, Em-

mett Rpss Gilbert, ' .
for
anyMcCAJL -* !
1 LEAVEN For all the ]loving syrtTpathy; kindness .
and help shown to them in their '
"
: .mh hoer of trial, Mrs. J. W. Prentis and

children wish to acknowledge publicly L.41L,1( tc-: PATTERNis '
their grateful appreciation. .
y1'' Five years ago in an East Georgia county that had, commercially Y S ''t
When the bowels feel] uncomfortable I t
speaking, gone to seed one or two progressive individuals determined and you miss the exhilarating S. { e r included in k

% 3 s to, have a county fair and they did and a creditable one it was. too. feeling morning that operation always, a follows dose a of copious IIEK- i, \ the purchase of f '1

li t!w 1 l Each year it has grown until it now Includes many other counties ... BINE will net you right in a coupleof 1 s S

r"r ,1, embracing a whole section of the state. Since that first fair they have hours. If taken at bedtime you \ ThcMcCallBook H'
get the beneficial effect after break- I

r, (a) Gotten rid of the cattle tick. fast next day. Price 50c. Sold by '
Osceola Pharmacy. of
I
M a I e (b) Brought in 200 head of registered cattle andy
7 a bred hogs. IN <'oi HT OK ('01 VTV Ji'n(;K.> 011 .
many pure
/ KOI.A (C'Ol'NTt' STATE OF Fashionsfor
FLORIDA. .
t l (c) Increased their acreage yield approximately J

I-l 100 %. '. Ratal .f .I.... W. Pr..tI. ,' Autumn

.
y ti; At the sign' of th.OIock (d) Developed the Community Spirit. which is BT THE JUDGE OF SAID COURT ;

;. y crying out for good roads and good schools. Whereas to this' Mary Court J.for Trcntla Letter has of .Ad applied Priest only 20c. : '\

ministration on the e.tt* of James W. (tap ....i1 30 emfmi .) 'f
i ., (e) Have demonstrated their wonderful soil possibilities Prrntla OaceGla, deceased late of Bald Countyof

: with cloven Vetches and alfalfa. '. Theio are: therefor, to cite and admonish -
'r- .. all and singular the kindredand men cstnmi a MTIKTIII suns NOW ON SALE : >r
.' The time has come when Osceola County should awake to her ;: creditor of laid deeeaaed to be McCall Pattern No.7371. MoOall Pattern No.7378.
u and appear before this Court on or before . Many other attract..d.. Many othor now l
d.slgns
.i \ , duty in this line of work and let us hope our own modest fair of this 1515. the and Hth file ob/rctlona.day of October If any A.they, D. .Ian. for October. for Octotxq.1 a dr. i.NundrW. .

S ,),r year shall open the way for better (Kings agriculturally. : have mlnlatralon, to the granting on said" .of.tat Lettera.. otherwlae of Ad- .. of be.utlful n.w ...'.n., _fu..I, IIlu.trat.d .....nIn \' k f 1ass.
I '' the same will be granted to said Mary cOlor-.1I the rlc" .ffocta ofAulwnn abrtc.m.de up In '
J. Prentl or to acme ,other lit person
:t or peraona.Wltneia McCALL PATTERNSA.
J CITIZENS BANK my name aa County Julxewfpreaald
this the Slth day oto8.II"< m- f
orthe county aforesaid this the tub S. GILBERT :
? day: of Sobtambtor. A. D. ISIS. .
.1 OF KISSIMMEE (SeaL)
T. M MURPHY KISSIMMEE .. (
t ; ,'" , .)- 4J-.t County; Judge _. :,.' .FLORIDA,,; J', ,
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