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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: October 6, 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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Volume ID: VID00771
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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Today and Tomorrow L sj-Days Mayors Proclamation.To County Dependents. and ,Bad Roads



Of Knott-Catts flow? In Court J Trouble County Commissioners

All Gtizea Resident of the of Kitainunee Fla
or City .-Greeting:

,..- Where the Florida Federation of Women' Clubs ha -
*et apart .

i ght Rages Today With The the week of Oct. 9 to Oct. 14 a. a period wherein the citizens, women Kicks At Last Meeting-County .fl

and of the ration in the State of Florida shall-
men. mnnidpaEtiei
BASSENGER TO HAVE SOLDIER BOYS GONE
Margin Of "Recounted"Votes personally co-operate in promoting the cleanliness, the health' and the Gets Good Bargain From


Dose NEW J POSTMASTER attractireneu Whereat, of the their Mayor respective of Kissusunee communities.has been requested to'lead the TO'MEXICAN BORDER Dr. Hyatt 'I F

influence of I his office to this laudable work-
-i iof
(From Tampa Tribune.) The United States Civil Service Therefore I, a* Mayor of Kissimmee do earnestly request and Last Monday afternoon, Oct. 2, the The last regular monthly meeting' i

TALLAHASSEE, Oct. 5.-Because Commission. announces "a contem- urge all citizen or resident of this city to devote a* much a* possibleof Florida troops encamped at Black Osceola'a county commissioners

the amended returns from Alachua plated vacancy" in the "osiUon of their personal attention and work to clearing their premise of rubbish Point entrained at Jacksonville, Kla., Oct. 2, was not devoid of interest '

county were late in arriving, not getting postmaster A at Bassenger, Osceola and weed*-and also tile street space abetting their premises. for the Mexican border. They go to The signatures on three ';
civil-service
here until this afternoon county. examinationof I. replace from other states whore petitions
no troops ,
proceedings This i work which should AND CONTINUE if
were taken before either the applicants for the position will a we perform wean returned to their homes. from the Bassenger section indicated :

.State Canvassing Board of the Supreme take place at Fort Drum, Fla., .on I. to keep our city attractive a* an abiding place for prospective The troops left in four sections. All that, about everybody In that neck of t

Court today in the InottCattstrug&le (: Friday Female Oct. 27. visitor and homeseekers.Faithfully received their wages just before leav- our woods had decided to unite in efforts
be less
must not
applicants ig
_ ; for for the Democratic Attorneys nomination for- than 18 years old; males not less your for the common food, ing.These soldiers (the Second Florida to have the coa.ttocoa t road
governor.
both aides spent a rather anxious day than 21 years old. They must reside /, H. R. MAY regiment) are declared to be among there improved-or made passable.A .

of enforced idleness waiting for the within the territory supplied by the Mayor of the City of Kissimmee. the most efficient in' the Departmentof delegation from the Osceola ;

returns.It Basseng The compensation postocice. forj.his positionwas Dated: Sep. 28, 1916.BAND'S the East by army inspection offi County Fair 'Asspciatlon sought aid 11 F
was given out t.his'afternoon cers. They go to the border under ""
$207 for the last fiscal of the county's road In clearing -:'
that tomorrow morning Attorney W. Jear. Oth-; the most favorable conditions-sea- 'gang ,
W Flournoy of counsel for S. J. er information may be obtained from soned and at the beginning of cool and otherwise improving the grounds f, *'&

Catts would apply to the Supreme the Basnengor postmaster or from I| weather. The troops which preceded of the prospective county fair tor, be.... V"
the Civil Service Commission, Washington them have launched and maintained annually In .'
| broken the ice
Court for a writ of mandamus to require in many
D. C. OFFICERS AND HOMESTEAD BANDITS Kissimmee. Jt was granted--on the
the State Canvasnino Board to j ways, especially in the way of pre-
ground that the fair is a public benefaction 1,
reconvene and add to Catts' former paring camps, etc. .

total the sixty.-nine: votes he securedin A TRIBUTE TO PRENTISAnother KILLED OR CAUGHTThe The approximate strength of the of the that whole will advance. the interests .t..
Precinct No. 3 of Alachua county I HOURS ARE CHANGEDThe : Second Florida when it left for Texan Increasing county.An number of applications ,; :,
which have not hitherto been creditedto was 1,080 enlisted men, apportioned
from dependent citiens for <1'r!
the re- i
units
him because" the County Board of among following :
Alachua failed to return them in the loss is thai of J. W. Pren- departure of E. A. Niemeyer chase after the four bandits Headquarters company band, non- lief moved Senator A. E. Doegan to ;';Cr;:;

original returns of the primary of tis, of Kiasimmee. I had met Mr. asurer of the Kissimmee who robbed the Homestead ( Fla.) commissioned staff and mounted orI I protest against the way in which this \
manager-lr ,
June 6. Prentis a number of times and learn I Concert Bawd, occasioned a change in bank on Sept. 15 last of $(>,000 ended derlies. Home posts, Palatka and relief has been grante4. He wants 'j
the 1,
Mr. Flournoy remains firm in hisatat.sment ed to know and admire him for his the band's officialpersonnel. W. A. last Monday, Oct. 2, near Fort Myers,' Gainesville. existing county poor farm abol- ;

that only these votes can worth character and ability. He was Smith has been elected manager. A t with the surrender of the last one left Supply company (Gainesville- ished and sold and a new one established '

enter into the recanvass and that by I'the manager of the Kissimmee Citrus new office treasurer, has been created alive) -Hugh Alderman. The same Capt. R. V. Ott; twenty-four men. I between St. Cloud and Kisslm- {!
Growers' Association, and it is prob- day the body of James Tucker Sanitary mee and managed under a more effi ,
them his client will be shown to havea and James M. Woodall has been was detachment (St. Peters- '
plurality of forty-eight over W. V. ably to him more than any one per- elected to it. found in Lopez river, in which he burg-Major) M. H. Axline; twenty- cient'system. The county commissioners ,

Knott who on September 21 secured son that the Florida Citrus Exchange The hours for the band's Friday I drowned while trying to swim across three men. apparently agreto Mr.Donegan's . wH'
criticisms and .
is indebted for such a successful or- I the stream. Machine suggestions.Action k'
the nomination on recanvass by twen- and Sunday concerts have been gun company (Gainesville)
ty-one plurality. Thomas B. Adams ganization at that point.. The association -, changed. Beginning next Sunday, I Alderman said he and Tucker tried : -Capt. Shields Warren. along this line may be expected 1\;*
could ill afford to lose Mr. ,,1 the river and I First at an early date. ''
to that
of Knott counsel, however, declares I Oct. 8, the Sunday afternoon concerts swim together Battalion-Major John W. ;
that the more than 100 votes which Prentis and we who knew. him deplore of jhe was ahead. When in the stream. Blanding Gainesville; Company The county commissioners signed! ;
o'clock instead 4.
will be at 3:30: Tax ix'
Assessor Barber's
roll for the
Knott has secured by recount in sev- his going.-The Lancer in j Friday night _concerts will be at 7 Alderman called back to Tucker and Ocala; Company B; Kissimmee; A'//next: tax: .a"ARRm..nto .

eral counti-es since that time will en- Florida Grower. I clock, instead of 7:30.: asked if he thought he could last until pany C, Orlando; Company D, The marl-pit; mattzr: occupied more 9v
ter into the affair and that his client's I Next' Sunday's concert will be at he reached the opposite bank. iana. y
of
the board time
than did other
nomination cannot be Tucker said he could. That was the Second Battalion Vivian B. any i y 1
upset 1 the band stand at the new -Maj.)
Little Time Is Left. LOCAL AND COUNTY jl hour-3:30 Broadway p. m. last Alderman said he saw of him.Tucker's Collins, Plant City; Cimpany E, Plant ed one to question.give the Dr.county Hyatt three finally acres offer-of 'J1\1\
body was found by Charles City; Company F Wauchula Com- 'fl''
There is little time left now for ; marl from his own land and let the
battles in the courts. The statute Tigertail, an Indian boy. pany G, Tampa; Company H, Tampa. m,
E. A. NIEMEYER AND FAMILY county take the remaining marl from ....
Alderman lie went to Third Battalion-.MaJ.
got across. Charles
that the nominee's certificatehas SCHOOL NEWSIncreased W.
says to be filed with the secretary of REMOVE TO PALATKA, FLA. a house on Turner's island, arriving Sass West Palm Beach; Company I, if land it bought to use as a marl pit .ji.,
the county would deed to him the
I during the absence of the Lopez fam- Key West K Arcadia
state not less than thirty days before Company ; '
/ Kissimmee loses family of estimable When Alfonso and L land now being used a* said pit.This'
election who shall thereupon imme- a ily, the occupants. Company West Palm Beach; Com-
interest marked the workin was deemed to be a good bargain for t
citizens by the removal of Mr. Joseph Lopez with II. T. Whidden pany M, Miami.
diately certify such nomination to the every department of the schools and Mrs. Edward A. Niemeyer and 'went to the house, Alderman called the county, as it now ha only two ,
boards of county commissioners. during the past week, and the depart- Miss Annie to Palat- acres of marl and will need "three 1
Therefore the certificate must be Slfl their daughter, lout to them that he wished to surren- HOW TO GET MAIL TO KISSIM
ment of expression under the direc- acres more for beddlnathe Lough-
ka, Fla. fearing he would be shot f he
not later than midnight Saturday.The tion of Miss Elizabeth Aultman, and Kissimmee's musical circles will continued to try to get The MEE SOLDIERS. man road. It gets five acres of marl II.

lawyer! on whichever side loses the department of music, with Miss | greatly miss Mr. Niemeyer. He was three men brought him to .tail here. Address all mail to Company B, where it had only two'i);',
probably will make an attempt Sat- Myrtilla Beals in charge, have been manager-treasurer of the Kissimmee Alderman and Tucker had been two Second Florida Infantry Laredo: The county clerk: was ordered to

urday to have the Supreme Court interpret organized and have commenced the I Concert Band, and was one of its organizers I dajs and nights without food when Texas. Write each sold er's name draw a warrant for the full amount 'r
the word"immediately" in year's work. [ plainly. of road money due to the St. Cloud
I
having continued with it as death and surrender ended the i"
this relation in effort pur- '
an to secure I player since its inception and hav- Chaplain Lucius C. Spencer wroteto district. The Kissimmee district will V.
''a
more time.PLANNING. The enrollment in the liteiarv societies ing also done' faithful service for it'' suit.Tucker's death makes five resulting the Valley Gazette: Oct. 2: Reg- have to wait a.while for its share. ,

continues and the first program j in various capacities. The organization from the robbery. During their flight iment leaves today. Officers and men C. H. Funk asked that the county "
will be rendered by the Utopian owes much to him. down the Florida east coast the ban- in good health. Every one is requested road route be changed at the Barber 'N"
FOR CHORAL
': society. on next Monday. Mrs. and Miss Niemeyer have a dits fought several pistol fights with to send magazines and papers to place. Unanimously agreed! to. This .
me. I 'will see that proper. distribution means reconstruction of- about, 100
circle of friends three
large appreciative and of the latter
The recently organized Kissimmee who regret their departure and will killed.pursuers, were. i is made. Reading matter will yards of road to avoid si bad turn.

SINGING KISSIMMEE Athletic Society held a special meeting greatly miss them. The robbers- escaped\\ from ,that section be much appreciated." : The board ajso appointed inspectors .

Wednesday, when constitution Mr. Neimeyer already has gone to went to Key West and started and clerks of election .for the t,
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and by-laws were adopted. Palatka where excellent business the Leland Rice said various voting precincts in.the coun-
an west coast.
Plans are contemplated that would up '
In order to outstanding CANAL OCEAN IN the list .
liquidate an See elsewhere.The
ty.
ft.i-. KUaimmee in step with Plant debt of opportunity presented. He has purchased to have been'the leader of the ,band ;TO
-lace $13 now against-the society there-the of board will .meet in adjourned t
and killed resident
F a bakery only one was shot by a
and cities elsewhere as a center '
the girls have arranged to holda session Oct. 18 to revise the registration
in that city-whose owner lately died. Chokoloskee island Sept. 28, and the
of choral and other music. The Kis-
sale afternoon from 4 list. It will
on Friday SIGHT FOR KISSIMMEE meet again ten days
Mr. retains his
Frank
Niemeyer next day Rice's brother was
simmee Music Club, organized last property
to 10 o'clock. The room formerly interests in Kissimmee. shot and wounded afterward to arrange the election bal
dangerously by
i winter probably will take action to occupied by the Family Store has '
this effect, as Indicated in the follow- stone residence building at Sproule Capt. Fred Hirsch, when he attempted lotMore
.l4 been securde, and sandwiches, punch than 600 voters from Duval
and Mitchell street will be to board the schooner Powell Revised
avenue near for the
ing notification from its plans drainage of
secretary pro and candies will be sale.A .
on and Madison counties had a petition +
leased. His bakery is' left intact but the island.
tem Miss Elizabeth Aultman: I the Upper St. Johns Drainage District
filed to have the of Rev.
name Sidney f
will be closed. It is not improbablethat
Notice to Member. of Kissimmee partial organization of the foot- including 265,000 acres of rich
he return to residence and muck Catts placed on .the ballot in Osceola ,"
marsh
may lands in St. Lu-
ball team was effected this week, Brevard for the office of
county
Music Club. business in Kissimmee.Mrs. CONFEDERATE REUNIONIN cie Orange and Osceola governor. ;
,
counties,
when Sheldon Johnson,, was chosen The three about roads in
At 7 petition
p. m., Monday Oct. 9, the and Miss Niemeyer will leave 'have been approved by the War Department -
Kissimmee Music Club will meet for Captain and Dick Bullock manager.A the Bassen were presentedby +
for Palatka within the next few days. I and authorization has been Pearce
its annual business session and an- schedule of games has been arranged TAMPA OCT. 17-19 made for the issuance W. I. from that locality
of for
a permit
for the month of October and
election as follows
nual of officers.At are as :
elaborate e
Tampans are making procedure with the work.

this meeting the general plan follows Oct. :17-. Orlando With Kissimmeeat ORLANDO SENTINELON preparations for entertaining Confed- The project involves the expenditure Petition Sent by Mrs. Wesselinovlta
for the year's work will
or program Orlando.Oct. erate veterans of Florida who will of approximately $3,000,000 and Signed by 104. Ca
be decided.
hold theri ahufel reunion in Tampa on will make available for
Some of the club's members have 21-Bartow with Kissimmee farming purposes BASSENGER, FLA.; Sept 29, 1910.
KISSIMMEE BAND Oct. 17 to 19, inclusive. A large at- a vast amount of fertile land
discussed favorably the idea of haVing :- 'n. tendance of and -To lion. E. L. Lesley Chairman rr
veterans daughtera idle.
<< sons now
the club engage in choral work. Oct. 27-Orlando with Kissimmee, of Board of County Cimmissioners, Kisjsimmee -
veterans
ana -
This will be an important matter to at Kissimmee. is expected. The railroad visitors generally rate of THE REVISED PLANS PROVIDE J Fla.-Dear Sir: Pardon me
,r be disposed of. Kissimmee should and must feel I FOR for sending this personal letter to
all DRAINAGE OF THE FLOOD
fered for the round from
trip sections -
:.. Every person in Kissimmee who A girls' basket-ball team will be 'proud of its premier band which dis- I you. I appeal to you in behalf of all
of the is fare 25
state one plus DISTRICT INTO
": organized at an early date. Miss I I coursed such nispiring music! in Or- INDIAN RIVER,
can sing at all is invited to attend the people who are living on the we.tRide
this meeting-whether a member of Lucy Witherspoon, who has consented lando yesterday An organizationsuch cents, with a liberal time limit. INSTEAD OF INTO ST. JOHNS I of the Kissimmee nver. We are

'" the club or not. Club members are, to be couch, will be in charge of I as our sister city possesses is This held will by be the one veterans of the, last reunions of- RIVER, AS ORIGINALLY WERE fifty people above 21 years of age and

pecially urged to attend. its activities. the best advertisement any whom have grown too old to many attend PLANNED. I fifty-one children below 18 years of k
sive place can possibly progres-I
Respectfully by reason of which Tampa invites all It is age. -
to htree main
purposed dig
ELIZABETH: AULTMAN, In the domestic science department Kissimmee band is some lovers of the "lost cause" to join in I canals, reaching from St. Johns I am asking: you to kindly keep
Secretary Pro Tem. especial interest has been mani- gregation. Say, we need a good I them near ;open for us the road between Fort +
band for Orlando.: Orlando paying trjbute. river, across the property to Indian
Sentinel
I Is
and which
fest in the bit of landscape gardeningnow Union veterans also will participate -I river. Bassenger Bassenger,
RILLS BOROUGH COUNTY being done. The small space Sept. 29.AGOOD. I. of 'one and three-quarters miles. We al-
in the reunion, a feature I Numerous feeder canals will)! make
+\ west of the has been ''I I ( most all are compelled to buy our e
SINGING CONVENTION bungalow con- j which will be a "Blue and Grey" barbecue in all, about 250 miles of canulwayn. i |
verted into a miniature flower FRIEND'S) 'groceries at Bassenger, and we have r
The Valley Gazette man was in the garI I 1 It is estimated that two will
i years
!
den, with a raised mound in the center HABIT APPRECIATED j to go daily to the postoffice for our
of Plant last be
vicinity Citv Sunday, required for completion of the
and the entire space has been pro- mail. Many of us have no horses, no d,.
Oct. 1). He found that homes
( )
for miles around that town many weie de- planted to flowers. 0 Reading, Pa., Sept' 22, 1916. > TRAVELS 36 MILES DAILY ject.These canals, when completed. back.wagons The and have to walk over and
<0To Kissimmee Valley Gazette. majority of us live aroundMr.
because their had should leave little
serte4) occupants comparatively
<0Dear Sirs I have W. S. Pearce's ferry. We all
School Board Had Little : acquired
gone to Plant City to attend the dredging and ditching to connect the
Besides Routine Business. <0the habit of reading the Kissim- FOR KISSIMMEE WATERFrom have used his ferry [in the last two
Hillsborough County STnging Convention two Tohopekaliga lakes with the
Gazette week without paying to him a ,
mee years penny ;
valley every
-an annual inspiration in that Other than ordernig a compulsorv- ocean directly east of Kissimmee. .
and feel! that I cannot do without whatever.
a section of the education election for. the -
state. Cloud
St. E. of Kissim-
A. Ford one
Please do not let force
it. people us
; Enclosed find check for
; This choral convention opened in vicinity the last meeting of the coun- .
mee's well-known barbers, comes to LASTllANCTfTRVOTING
< to for to walk to Mr. Williams ferry from
0$1.50 cover subscription
Plant City last Saturday morning ty school board, last Monday, had the Valley Gazette a convincing testimonial -
yearn here which is three miles from here
,: one Respectfully yours, ;
with fifty delegates and visitors .in only routine business.
of Kissim-
for the
efficacy
; W. R. FENSTERMACHER. <0-> and it la four miles from his ferryto
attendance. The attendance increased mee's water medicinal
400000000000000Lisle drinking as a which ?'
Bassenger means seven
as the day progressed, and Sunday's ELECTION CALLED ON agent. REGISTRATIONOsceola miles to walk;from here to Bassengerand li
meeting culminated in an assemblage I According to Mr. Ford, a former miles to borne. This
) of about The I I: Story and his bride, formerly seven come
2,000 persons. Klssimmeean living in Orlahdo has in
.- convention's primary is to EDUCATIONS Miss Ethel Mills, of Smith Center books is fourteen miles to walk and carry-
purpose COMPULSORY I some measure discovered what Poncede county's registration
it would be
ing groceries unfortunate
encourage and inculcate congregational : Kans.arrived home Friday and will Leon sought in Florida and failedto will be closed on Saturday Oct. 14. very Besides 30

'. : .. singing. The meetings are {I occupy the cottage at 619 Mabbette find-rejuvenating water. Whoever is not registered before that this, we all on would poor have people.to tot ]
://C: opened with prayer and scnatural Last Monday's meeting of Osceola street! Mr. Ford says that Henry G. Siever day ends can not vote on Nov. 7 next. crossing Williams's ferry. pay a

readings and brief talks by clergymen county's School Board was petitioned I who recently removed to Orlando, Anyone who registered to vote in I asking to kindly use
am your
and others. Twice a year it to call an election in Special School )I the delegation of two that asked the comes to Kissimmee every day for the June primary must register again influence in getting you the two counties

),: meets in singing convention, and a Tax District No. 1 on the question of school board to call the election. five gallons of drinking water. Mr. to vote in the November election. (Osceola and DeSoto) together to } ,

large tnd varied musical program is adopting and applying the compul- Saml. Brammer circulated the other Siever does not imbibe the five gal- Residence of one year in the state take this iron bridge which will

,\'.. rendered throughout two days. sory-education law to that district. copy of the petition. S. J." Triplettof lons in Kissimmee, but takes it backto and six months in the county is required -I be completed over within seventy or a asighty
, By a majority of one vote the convention Six school are. embraced in this Narcoossee was the other memberof Orlando for drinking use. AT TIIF TIME OF REGISTRATION :

'.,'-x decided to erect a permanent:: I district--those at St. Cloud, Peghorn, the petitioning delegation. Mr. Siever finds that he becomes -not at the tinvs of elec- Some days.of the people have 1.
!;;; ({ 'auditorium at Seffner. several miles Finney Point Bassvllle and Alligator More than 360 school patrons signed sick if he does not use KlsriiAmec tion. This for the benefit pf whoever i sufficient poorer for provi -
'''West of Plant City. $600 has Lake, and the Negro school at Ash- the has not heretofore. hardly money
) ''4. petition. This make it certain water. Bo that it is cheaper to motor registered t sions. Up until now we were crossr
+ {been raised for this purpose of which ton. that the compulsory-education law' thirty-sir miles daily (round trip between Books in the Kisshnmee precinctare ing Pearce's ferry" without

:. ',1r Seffner contributed $100. The so- School Trustees J. L. Margrave, G. will be adopted in .District No. 1 by a (") ''ando end Kissimmee) than at KaU's tore and will remain it, but after this bridge la competed,

'. i.ciety's president-Ita* been authorised : A. Bleech and W. H. Mann, of the large majority to 'pay df'i.irs' and buy medicines. open until the store closes Saturday it to all will have to
seems me, payfor
1 J4o purchase. a Ute at Seffner for the I district show themselves strongly in The election on- this question has 0 .__. night, Oct. 14. the bridge until the ,

fc1>oral tabernacle. The annual meet- favor of this progressive step in edu been set at the same ,time for the The akI 1 lel K i a baby girl last 'The little Misses Geraldine and counties crossing will take them over, which;: " ".'

' lacs probably will be in the Seffner cation. Not only did they indorse the general election-Nov. 7 next. The Tuesday a 'lie Harry Johnson home, Virginia Lesley are spending a weekin Mr. Pearceit ready -transfer at, &, :

', tabemaol and the semi-annual meetings petition, but Mr;Hargrave circulatedoneeopy same inspectors and clerk will serve (on the Or; odu. road, just beyond the Tampa.. They are accompanied: by "' '-, '

in other towns in Hiilaborou4hleounty. and Mrs Mann was one.of .in both gUons.; .city limits. _ an _aunt, Miss Lesley. a.Itins.you win help to relieve this- \** : ".;
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I fearful and dreadful situation ...... .,

.71 tIln. T. E. .Sample came from I will be ve y clad to. hoar from. you .

'? +vUatns city to visit -Doc" Carson f )..1l4ii4.a.: State Capital'Sho' i i1Je ,On_ the. Shore of Lake Toho kalig ---atCenter favorable answer. ;" :;,.< 'i of.4'i }

,frrofesslonaily: Us*'Saturday'and Yaiake -' Enclosed you will! find the namrt -

y'. advantage bargain*'- n j1JssimmM } fifty-three I inhabitants' above Zl,yaaf*V, _
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FRIDAY OCTOBERS laid.
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THE RISSiMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE
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;t ',Paul Reaching The End: Of His Journey HAS ST. CLOUD FOUND THE MANY. 'TRUCK ORIGINATE DISEASES IN SEEDBED. t + 1,

'J Although some of tn. Importani
l. MBMMSSBBBBBBHSSMBBl, SAME ? diseases of celery, tomatoes'and othei The of the world. .
truck do not show until after eyes ,
crops
W
SERMON DELIVERED SUNDAY NIGHT, OCT. I, BY REV. S. iOn
'METHODIST EPIS- the plants have been set in the field,
,;. LAWLEK, PASTOR COPAL CHURCH The Answer la Found in the they often have their origin in the

,i Straitfhtforward Statementof seedbed. A clean seedbed is the firs who
step toward producing disease free the man :
Three types of character-Demaa, There are no greater benefactorsthan a St Cloud Resident. plants. In the first place a,.new soil are .'

Mark and Luke. Text, II Timothy: good doctors; and personally, 1 is preferable; otherwise it''must be< a
'* don't want any other kind, and won'thave We have been reading week attar sterilized. After that can Fat
41011.: it if I can help it. week In the local press of Kij and cultivation will keep proper the plants;
Paul here gives his last charge t? Strange as it may be, there are simmee citizsns. who have been rid reasonably free of disease.Dr. .

Timothy, his son in the gospel. The those who complain of the doctor' simrnee citizens who have been rid C. Sherbakoff, associate plant

evening shades were gathered about charges, and won't even pay their of distressing kidney and bladder I pathologist 'to the University: of Florida SAVESPAUSE
bills. Shame on them! No man can troubles by Doan's Kidney Pills, Experiment Station, suggests thai
he stod the '
life <
his well-spent ; upon compensate a good doctor for the ser and we have often wondered whether the plants be sprayed regularlywith -
young
': borderland and loked death full in vices rendered. What a blessing to the came high! opinion of this 3-3-60 bordeaux mixture. The
the face unafraid. He refused to< have him come and lay his skIlled medicine is to be found in our :soil should be thoroughly covered,

call it death, but, rather, 9 J, departurethe and sympthitic hand upon the riot- n.ifhbon.g( town.,. This frank and< I This will retard the spread of dllmp-
home-going into the hather'i ing nerves and still them; to ease the earnest statement by n well-knowi ing off''' and hold in check tome of the
' house. He had gone on many long pain and to nurse back the life, which and respected resident of St. Cloud\ |I fungus diseases Which, might attack
journey; this was to be his lat, No< for days sometimes moves along th e': will net this doubt nt rest.B. I the and thus be carried

e more pulling up of the tent pegs. borderland. God bless the good doc- 1- Rolls, 1012 New York Ave, to the young field planto nnd develop there. for a moment young mans
He had given life to its full measure tors of the land. St. Cloud, Kla., says: "Sitting; amy I Care, cultivation end not too thick ,
to Jesus Christ in service and l was Paul probably would never have< jerk m1 much and self. The
writing" no
I : sowing{ will give! the plants a growing give thought to +
now ready to make a last lihatior lived as long I as he did but for the< the lack of exercise had i :so: vcaken. chance and create unfavorable a ,
with his blood at the hands of tlieiix faithful physician Surely he; would my K.i'Jny: that ti cy pained me conditions for disease
man. "I am now ready to be ofTeied I 11<'\'('r have done the full measure of Il"d -t all the time. One of tht great problems that confront you now, or
He was not ashamed of th. life li<' I work which he did but for the ran ( Will the very irregular: pu-. i I Contracts for a half] million dollars

had lived: "I 1 have fought a good( of this loved doctor; nnd, when the s'Igu:, of ',h" k'liney secretions worth of ship construction have bet-ti'' will a few years hence.Look .
.
fight.lr Already he had entered upon roust is made up and icwaid received Somctim-s theysere too frequent :
his reward. The heave dy, calm that Luke I'aulin I let to Men'ill-Stevens Co., at JackLAGRPE -
I expert to see near and thin (gain ','cry scanty and l
rested upon his soul be:,jioke Gad; > that other land and' shilling with! highly! colored! and contained( sedIment sonville. about you-the men of affairs in country, state, nation- rl
with him, and it was given him 1c him the glory of the work done + Doan1' Ki lacy Pills wen! : in life.
the which awaited, him for what I want- yes, in the world, are the men who started to lave early s
see crown I I But this is not mainly icromnipndcd to me and' I pot a !box AND FEVER CURED
his fidelity to the cause of his Ixjnl.! ed to hay and l began iMrp; th"Ilood! "it'-
Yet in this hour, ns he strmls pint' I i Luke represents that faithful body suits SODJI folio',. eil uiid since tukinjr 'I "Your Quirk's Chill Tonic cured my I II They have the respect and confidence of the community. 't-
ly here and paitly yonder" he ci>m<>" of Christians who, comin1ito the three lox I : I fell us if I hud V
close to humanity in his desirt! their fu'etowllnl the husband of LaGrippe and Fever after who all -'
our kingdom, sat, 'nc'\'.'i' beta tioublcd. Then look on the other side-at the fellows spend they
+ for human companionship aRd loving; I I hills and neVer once think of turning 1'iU'o( 50c, nt all dealem Don't I the doctor's medicine and other remedies make-they have a good time for a while, but what does their }.
finds them with! may r
sympathy.In aside. Each day simply a.k fn a kidney reined) failed.
his first impii'onment, these wider vision dealer of personality reflect? ":'
; II conception ift llo.in'K'ulnty 1'.lIs-.he sa'nr" LULA C. ROACH Drifton Fla. .
,
1, three friends, with others, wire with the truth, a stronger character, and that Mr lial.: had. 'o ter-1\III- I 2 '
him. Now he is alone] \\.ror Luke, more st."udfust seivice- I' urn Co., Props, DcfTalo] N. Y. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25c._ A dollar or 10 deposited in this bank will be the :
Jiis beloved physician Let us stu>lyt, For I ;l
1 love a dependable man. nary' I nucleus of an honorable, independent career.
a little while the three characters thing that is reliable, I hove lespect BETHEL, \PTIST MISSION
x hers:: presented by Paul. I admire the ox for his steady !going ''MAY Y Make your beginning now-today. Your bank: J

"Demss Hath Forsaken Me" and d"pendableness. He may find his STOMACHfr book will pen the way.State. ,
i
t I Sunday School At 10 p rn. R. A, i
bad road but hdoean't ) ; .
On former occasion Demas was' load too heavy on a < r iti
a
Bowen .
It counted as a faithful servant ands balk. He will answer your I Superintendent.PreachingBy the pastor rat 7 ONE DOSE WILL CONVINCE tf
call, and put forth every ounce of his p I'
>nt greetings to the church, but he
had turned his back upon Paul, the strength, though he has failed a the m. First Subject Murderer"Praver of th sermon. "Cair I Gall Stones, Cancer ana Ulcers of the Bank :-

Church, and Jesus Christ, and hod dozen times with supreme effort to 1\1t't'tinj-Wednesday evenings Stomach and Intestines, AutoIntoxication -
make the wheels mo\e
i
off to Thessalonicn-now fnmi- !
gone at 7 p, m. Yellow JaundiceQAppenduitisand
'' It has been thru the steady-going(,
liar Sn'niki: thru the war'
1 to us as Teacher Training Circs-Fnojj' .
dependable men and women that God other fatal ailments result from

city correspondence.of more than 100,000 ThensnlorVVca inhabitants, a,, has so far wrought out his plans in evenings, it the usual hour. Stomach Trouble.] Thousands of of KissimmeeCapital

had grown populous and wealthy un- the world. It has been the faithful When the ch'st feels on fire anti I Stomach Sufferers owe their complete "

der the Romans. A good place to souls salvation in all of ages, and community ill today Not the the throat burns you have indigestion : recovery to Mayr's Wonderful stock _?___ ___u__u__ ____ _ __ $100,000.00 ,;
make and to satisfy ell the every and need llERBINE to \
ambitions money nnd dccires of a man of the wealthy, not brainy, not marked personality rid ,of the you disagreeable feeling: K\It i Remedy. Unlike any other; for Stomach Resources over ._ _ _ _u___ __ ___ ____ _ u 400000.00 .:!

world., just faithful to God and rives( out badly digested food, Ailment. For sale by J. Z. R>. '
i Paul tells us why Dcmas went their fellows A faithful and depend- srengthens the stomach and purifio-' berson and druggists: everywhere.BARGAIN Officers and Directors: ;.
there. He loved the present world able man is the world's greatest as the bow.ls, Price 50c. Sold by Os- i :..... "
and the things which Thessalom'it set.The ceola Pharmacy. C. A. CARSON, Prest. J. M. LEE, Vice Preit
fail him
pastor's heart would "
could furnish. Demas loved thispresent '
world; the things which he but for the faithful ones. For years 84444404404,4949 M. KATZ, 2nd Vice Prest. .j
t' thru his the men who have occupied this pul- } 08404rr40444044444
and
t could apprehend enjoy 8 SHINGLE: CR" K.
pit have looked down into the facesof ROMA THOMAS, Cashier. ;;
c, + physical senses. ALL OF BLOCK 13 IN:' ROSS!
t' of dome of you in Sunday school, .
In our present state we are ne- :'
AND ALL OF BLOCK "
! cessity intimately associated with the prayer meetinlpreR..hln: servil"s'l I. P. Tyson "as a business callerin ADDITION a
good weather and 12 EAST OF THE A. C. L. K. I R. IN:' ,
present world. It is a good world We and all meetings, Kissimmee lost Monday. i \
may use it; must, if we would make bad, and as they hays looked they Mrs. E I I.. D Overstreet has returned ROSS ADDITION ARE (W.REIJII'OI c. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary. x;
the most of life; but to love it, we have seen th elight of another world ; after a short visit with her Ql'ICK S.\LE AT $700,W'
dare not at the peril of our souls. YetIs resting: upon you, and their heartswere daughter, Mrs Clint Bronson, of I
God bl I EACH. THESE BLOCKS ARE ON: "'
made the ;en
it not that there that with- stronger )
true is Windt, rmere.Mrs. The Waters & Carson
'
i HUH; \MMOCK LAND: AND ARE
in us which the world in some form the faithful ones. Mar\'belle) Ivey and children,, I
? Our What an awful thm it is to become ( relu- VERY DESIRABLE. 2tpd42
makes tremendous appeal Only of Winter (;III' 1- salvation is that the love of God in a disappointment, to disappointthe Mves and lends here this week.J. '
Jesus Christ shall so richly fill our members of one's family ; to disappoint Thomas, of Alabama] armed Breaker-Barclay Realty Go. :
1L hearts until love for the world will the friends, the church, the here last w:,ek to join his wife, and Grocery Company ,!
community, and God. Truly it tr ,
i tfnd no place. they will, make this their future I
); Men either, loving hte world, forsake tragic. home ,
l s Christ, or, loving Christ, forsakethe Uo you know that some boy or girlin 1\lihe" Edith and Iva Niswonger .\ ..
world. 'We cannot serve God and town has selected)) you as his or ehr and Kaile Bionson, Raymond Ni- .
h ideal man or woman, has been tryingto Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Mammon. Most men think that swonKer and I ucius Lamer were a.
wealth, with whr.t it can buy, can become like you ? To them yourepresent pleasant callers at th-a R. I. ]Ivey Park Hotel
satisfy all the cravings of the human the best-what they want home Sunday. '
heart, and therefore they seek to get to be. What an awful thing for you The many friends here of Arthur GROCERIES

o money or its equivalent-get it at to disappoint them. I Alderman will regret to learn that he

any cost; lay'the home life, wife and Do some of you that mothers doll which here tonight is ill at his home, at Boggy Creek, IS NOW OPENUnder 1
f children, sympathy, and kindness remember you with typhoid fever.A .
which friends and 'their'' follows have prized above all others. It was your I large crowd attended hurch servcies .
-a right to, and put health of body and idol as a doll, but one day it was here night. ",
Sunday
t ,all noblo aspirations of the _mind the broken, and you slipped away and 1444404944444444 444 .,44 0 44 .,oOo . . ..
deep things of the spirit and fellowship cried as if your heart would break. Neuralgia of the face, shoulder ) 0 .q. ,: ,
y: with God, on the altar of mam- Childhood, youth and even old age' hands, or feet requires a pow Tful New Management > WE SELL: 000 4 WE BUY: .i?*;
L monish sacrifice. They go to Thessa- have suffered worse than that. You remedy that will penetrate the flesh' 1 4 4 .O ...
lonica, and, liko Deman, never comer were their idol. Sin in some form BAU.ARD'S SNOW LINIMENT: i I > HA*. 4 4 'r
r back. They often get what they went i shattered that idol, nnd they stood! possesses that power. Rubbed in 1 4 4 HIDES '
tot, and find it an apple of Sodom at l dazed; l by the awful Mow Then where the pain is felt is all that is ) GRAIN 4 4 .,
; the close of the day. hearts were broken. They slipped] necessary to relieve suffering and Rates ReasonableB. 1 4 4 FURS O I I
1 away to some quiet place and digged' restore normal conditions, Price > FERTILIZERS 0 4 t
With You.:
"Bring Mark\
a grave: and buried you For to then I,';Ik, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold I C. 4 >00 WOOL O
,, 1 :We know something of the history you were dead. They shed hot tea r. by Osceola> I'harmacy ) SHINGLES 0 I >00 OI' 'r..
..f Mark from ,the recent Sundayschool on the !grave, they went their lonely 'F : AND
lessons. When he left his native way, life never more to be as it had Gainesville has issued $21,000 > ORANGE BOXES'0 p 0
J. CORWIN
Cyprus, and crossed over into been: of bonds for improving' University Proprietor 1 0 ALL t
Europe and faced the perils. of the 1 have little respect for the meiponsible > I
ivenuc The bonds were sold to the ORANGE WRAPS, 0 >* 4 }
missionary journey with Paul and I The man whom you
man. 1
4 >00 COUNTRY
r r Barnabas his and faith failed ; Atlantic National Bank of Jacksonville I I
.. courage look for at Sunday school and the > VEGETABLE CRATES 0 I 0)0 :.i
Y him and he hied him bock to his morning service is found down on the for $21,135. I 8 4 4 PRODUCE ,.

mother's home. At Jerusalem, when street with a morning paper, looking > CRATE NAILS 0 J 4a '
his uncle Barnabas wanted to take over the stock markets, the sporting" Lax-Fas. A Mild, Eflsctivs Laxative t liver Tonic I 0 O :.
e him again, Paul said "No. A man who column, the general news, or going Dost Not Grip nor Disturb the Stomach. I 8404444004444440> > 100444044444440 I > > . v
; had played the coward once, Paul about some form of his daily occupa- ',In addition to other properties, Lax-Po. I ,
would not trust without 'more evidence tion. For the man you expectit form
/contains in ,
Cascara acceptable a
of end steadfastness We sell field and garden wed of all ii iiWi
repentance kinds.
: ? prayer meeting, and he is found at stimulating Laxative.ndTonic. Lax:'Pot
i+ than Mark seemed to have the picture show or o"sipinlon: the acts effectively and does not gripe nor give special 1 attention! to fitting out hunting and camping parties. ,
h! shown, and no doubt Paul's stand sent street corners. For the man whom disturb stomach.. At the same time, it aidsdigestionarouaestheliver (ESPECIALLY ADAPTED Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. j
the to his knees later dothe
young man have every right to expect to and secretions
The Bible makes no record of the you; honest, Christian thins" turning: a aDd restores the healthy functions SOc. We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and prier J'n

,, work of this young man and his Indulgent "clever" business deal and congratulating : For Your fertilizers. li If '
:; uncle. himself upon his shrewdness >
We should all show the spirit of For the man who should meet hisblig.ations GOOD SOOKS
forgiveness for wrongs: repented of, > to his church and his fellows State I I
and give a helping hand to the man but who denies both without SUBSCRIPTION ONLY 1
SOLI) BY )
who would mend his ways; but we pangs of conscience {( Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. M Bryan, Vice'Pres. J. L. Berber Se'y.lreea. ";

I must bear in mind that all men arC For the past eighteen' months the "We must educate. we must educate -
not esteemed alike before God i, and Methodist church would have made ; Instruc \
: v-hould not be bv men. its upon this town, as it has or we must perish by our own :
As shall before God ', impress ." Edward Everett. .I ,
men ; so y not, had the membership of the prosperity FreeOur' ,
r men should they be made to feel the church been as faithful to God! and u k I,
evil of their cannot The New Standard< Dictionary, most -
i "ays Society the church as it ought to have been, '
be purified or be made what It should and could have bean, by God's grace authoritative, most comprehensive, Price List

I when saint and reprobate share alike To those who have been unfaithful, latest and hest dictionary published
social privileges: let me say-you will have to meet itat The New International Encyclopedia SEND FOR
The man who contaminates the social the judgment bar of Got! now bcjng completed, surpasses Bryan Realty CompanyOffices
life In which he lives, whose, influence Which shall it be at the close of similar work. THEM TODAYIN

is tQ wreck and not bless, has life's day-Demas, or Mark, or resident[ ; any Wilson's "History of the on Broadway, Kissimmee !
right to consideration the handsof ,
no at
Luke? Mark! ,
American People.
that society without yond evidenceof Twain's complete works. * The 11 SEED W.O : Opposite Graystone Hotel t
an amended life Somewhere, Bas .
k Message From Evangelist best editions of Shakespeare, Balzac,
sometime, Mark renewed his alleui- Rev. S. W. Lawler has received a Dickens, Goldsmith, Scott, Kipling, JACKSONVILLE fLA.
to Christ and
D. ance gave himself to from Rtv. J, M. Bans, of Macon stevenson, Brete Harte, James Whit-
the work he had laid down and Paul message
+, knowing this, wrote to Timothy; to, (.a., who is well and favorably comb Riley, Eugene Field, and fall -i
known Kissimmee the author r
in through great !
!iv bring him to fill the he
same place
l had before occupied "He will he protracted religious revival he conducted "Harvard" Classics," "Junior Classics Orange Groves Timber I la< dm, We Pay Taxes for Non sear .....,
of the
to for the ministry" here last winter. Mr. Bags Ridpath'i "History Vulcanizing :Inner Tubes25c Cattle Ranches. Country and -g.
,profitable me dents
and Act Owner's
How make the mistake "ofWarkl was en route to Childress, Texas, World, Reed's "Modern Eloquence] City as
rZ many when he wrote, as follows: "The Doctor's Recreation Series," Property Agents for Rental Property.
but thank God all
back, flow we far can "On Train to Childress, Texas- and "Great American Lawyers:' a Patch
come no matter
we Dear Brother Lawler: We closed out I SELL THESE BOOKS ON EASY I
. liave gone."Luke he' Union Tabernacle meeting in TERMS AT PUBLISHERS' PRICES. --- ---- ..--..
Ii< Is With Me." Vest End, Birmingham, Ala., last Every Intelligent Person needs one General Auto Repairing25c ,)

t It appears that Luke had joined night. We had a tabernacle that or more of the above named sets. I
1'"p, Paul first at Trioas had accompanied seated 2,600 people, and for three and Students and parents cannot afford
y\Vf\ ,, him to Phillippl, and there waited for a half weeks it was packed, ofttimes I to be without an up-to-date, reliable an Hour
,: Paul while he toured Greece Paul overflowed, and people stood aroundby reference library Q. S. FLOYD 4

;i't:', rejoined Luke at Phillippl, and Itt' > hundreds. I raised money for the Write today for prices on all books Cars Cleaned and Oiled
\ ,seemed that never aftedwards was local expenses with the "hat" collection and magazines you may want or need. Dealer
t' Luke absent from him. Luke repre- the amount of which, including I can supply same at'lowest prices. In
' ;: enU one of the steady-going souls. the money to pay for the tabernacle, lash or easy installments.Good 75cARTHUR
{l'/,/,: ills devotion to Paul was beautiful was '865. This was all in hand by Boob are our Beet and Most 'Groceries {
mad Us service waa indispensibl Friday night of the third week of the Useful Frienda. Hay, Grain and Feed p

s ", He Is what we would call his familyphyslcita. neettng. There were nT... churches All magazines and periodicals at l .. .
y i .. >> No physician tviff served In the campaign, and they received cut prices. Write for catalog of clubbing M. JONES Corner B i9oadwar
t a ,nobler patient, and no patient ever .412 members.. It was1''a great meeting term ; > and Deices AYe." ,
of wr had a more sympathetic and atten- ,1 wish that you could hay. seen Books and magratlnes sent to arty ,
'.'" "tiT physician. It t row Forit, "sho" did- GO. "Nuf address. prepaid.J. Phone 81-L Try U 'ou Your Next ForP' < ...
w'I' ,y, ,' ,What great }thinr it is for one toY s.d They are planning another T. NORSWORTHY, Order t
H ITsHW A fitness Irsstai irt OurcJi n .. ., ..
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know and to have the services of a > *ting for us \In another section of ,I Room 916. .a.3.4:
Christian: doctor when he la sick. t>i city next spring.." Lustell IBldg., Atlanta, Ga. a to t

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Gem and' Halt Long Deep Scarlet) FOREST AND WOOD NOTES. States U.82 head.'The"baric'of 'ACID. ,. *
may be sown now, '-nd on rich, Laddwill 'sIxOLD LADIES -its, ,per ., SOUR; : STOMACHS,;

make picely before sevens cold One, tori of coniferous wood waste -black ''oak or "yellowoak 1'I GASES_OR .INDIGESTIONEach
weather, even in North: Gorgin. Also will produce from ," as it Is often called
15 to 25 gallons of on account
J try a few of the China Rosa Winter. REGAIi{ HEALTH 190propf alcohol. of the color of the inner bark is "Pape's Dispepsln" digest; '
; now
This. variety glowa deep in the ,- '-' used for .-makinlr. 3,000. grains food ending all
oRMAri
? ground will stan4 lots 01 cold and ''The farm woodlots of the United ' --0- stomach- misery In lye
will remain and firm well into FAMOUS. MEDICINE ACCOM ,a minute
'
crisp PLISHES WONDERFUL RESULTS States contain about 10 per cent of The> stand 'of timber' on the two
GROVE the winter, I the total the great national forests in Alaska is eetimated ,I
'Yi IN TREATING INFIRMITIES standing timber in coun '
Time itt I In five initiates all siom- '
Turnips S and Southern
"ven Top OF OLD AGE i try. by the Forest'Service as over
i .. GARDEN & FIELD Prize'Turrtipo may still be sown up to' 70.000.000,000 of board feet while the ach distress will go. No Indigestion,,' '
I. tho 15th of this me nth to make oalnd For the past year or so, several of Grazing experts o( the Forest Service annual growth will\, it is' said, pro' heartburn, 'sourness or ,belching': '", .of
QUESTIONS ANSWIRUD IMMIDIATEIX for 'early spring cutting. It is a good; the more elderly ladies of the Old La estimate that the cost of pro- duce of pulp wood alone ''enough for gas, acid, or' irritation of ; ''It
av HA L plan to mix in :i. little PurpVs Top dies' Home on Rutledge Pike, Nashville ducing' lambs in the NorthwesternMUSTANG the manufacture of 3,000 tons of wood undigestedfood
J.2.,. Mss N M.G.PIUNGI!. D2" MoL Globe turnip seed-say about ono-' Tenn., have been In a very feeble pulp a day.' breath, no dizziness, bloating, foul
-11''" WILSON LTooMea FERTILIZER COMMWYFLA. fourth. These will often make rood delicate stale of health, bordering ; or headache.,
JACt.ONVSLLf. turnips by March and bcsmall at timers on what might bo term- Oak js the most suitable; wood for Pane's Dlape sin is noted for its
and in deep! ground stand! tho cold : ed a general decline. carving, on account of its durability speed in regulating upset stomachs. +
\ t';. STRAWBERRY LEAF BLIGHT much better than the larger r.nd older Their failing health was duo, no 'and toughness, without being too It is the surest, quickest stomach e '
i I, Please tell me what is he matter ones. I doubt, in largo measure to the general hard. Chestnut, American walnut, remedy the whole. world and besides
1 with this strawbery plant and how tocftfe Onions-The nnln: planting. of sets infirmities of advanced age, and mahogany, and teak are also desira it is harmless. Put an end to ',
v-. it. to make early green onions for I althoullh .they icccived every possiblecare For Sprains, Lameness ble. For fine work, Italian walnut, large stomach trouble forever by getting* e ., v
k / Answer-Your strawberry has bunching in the spring should be putout and attention, they seemed to he Sores;'Cuts Rheumatism'Pendratu lime, sycamore, apple Dear or plum, sin from fifty-cent case of Pape's Dis pep
rr- "leaf Slight. Thin. starts on the now. After plowing, mal.e the beyond tho leach of too treatment; ; are generally cho en. ize in any drug styre. You real 4'
edge of the leaf nd five minutes how needless it is i
works in-in
land rich stable ordinarily administered in ouch and Heal
cases.
very by broadcasting '
to suffer from
more or less of a V-shaped area, the At the The Board of Trade of Bradentownis indigestion, dyspepsia y
manure heavily and work in on the suggestion of Mrs. Colton,
!'' diseased part being: brown. It is not surface. Then plow the land into the matron of the institution, they Stops Pain At Once planning* a nation-wide advertisnig ot any stomach disorder. It is the w'
quickest
k as common" a disease-as the "leaf ridges with a shovel plow eighteen concluded to try Tanlac, and 'it aas a For Man and Beast campaign this fall. stomach,doctor surest in and the most world.harmless ,,
I:.: spot, which shows in small purple inches wid, open these ridgcc with happy decision indeed when they did 25c,50c.1LINIMENT. At All Dealer.. <
or red colored spots all over the small two-inch scooter and put in the so. The reconstruct i'* powers of the
rr. leaves, the old:.r spots having white seta by hand two inches apart, cover- medicine we"Ot once in evidence. .000000000000000000.000000.0.000000000..0000000..00
; or ash colored, middles. You :
i probably ing them as you go. They began alr-ost immediately to
will find this in four field also. By making the land very rich and feel better and reset better. Since
Both diasnsev: ? tin o controlled by placing the sets close, a great deal that time the treatment has been continued .
I spraying with bordeaux mixture. If can be produced from an acre. One with th most astonishing and / LICENSE NOTICE ; }7
t k' your patch is small so that it is -
year we sold $300: worth of1 green gratifying results, but l Id thou tell
{ practical to go over it and pick out onions from .. little over ono-half acre their own stories in their own indi- I I,
'a the diseased leaves, puttirg them in of land. They will really do better vidual way. Their tatemc its. are J. A. SCHREIFCLS D. C. '
t some receptacle to carry from tho than if the same number of sets .nd undoubtedly interesting. + 1.
s field and burn, probably ono spraying; same amount of fertilizer were Mrs. liouocr was one of the first to CHIROPRACTORSpecialty NOTICE is hereby given that all State:and
will be all that is needed until the
spread over twice as much land. use the medicine, and being at a very 'it
? plants arc much older, and per- When you begin I F.rketingthe idea advanced age, her trouble hqd been u Nervous and Chronic County License taxes
: haps for the entire If including automobile -
season. you is to pull every other one anJ in this more persistent and difficult to treat, ;
: can not do this, you probably will way give the otheto more 1-001.1 to perhaps, than any of the others. Mrs. Diseases.CNHttltiM .
tax will
I tf need about three sprayings from a grow and develop. Also a gocd dressing Houser said: be due and payable October "
: week to two weeks apart, accordnig of nitrate of soda in February or "I had been in a very wjak, ner- IM SpliH' Alilrtls FrN.The ,
l : to the weather. The su'mi.r and (March will be a great help.Southern vous state for several years and had Wonder of the Age 1st, 1916. Persons failing to comply with "
3 l drier the weather is, the farher Rur..list.j suffered principally from stomach
I : apart tho sprayings can be. trouble. I would go for months at a OFFICE HOURS: the law regarding these licence taxes will .

'r SULPHATE' OF-IRON ON GRASS and time up without to a eating short tim any ago solid spent food Mondays, Wednesday and.Fridays, 'be subject to prosecution. The
j W.C.T.U. COLUMN II between law requiring
Some one told me that spraying; most of my time in) my room, as I was and 11 A. M.

with sulphate of iron would kill the too weak to. come- down- stairs. I ate Johnson BWf., 114 1Broadway state numbers
on automobiles
grass in my tennis court. Please some corn bread and spare ribs for 1 J has not k
send directions. I I Do you remember the splendid con- dinner today and they seemed to''

Answer' -The value of sulphate of ,duct of Conductor Bradley, whose agree with me perfectly, as I have been repealed, and state numbers must! J

iron as a weed killer comes from the ,{I heroic story Whittier made immortal suffered no bad effects whatever. The
s fact that It kills the broad-leaf weeds ? horrible headaches and nervousnessare LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW also be secured. I

and docs not kill! the crrasscs. Conductor Brad- gone and I am feeling so much
Rounding a curve,
"
cuuse of this chararteuistir, it can 1e-1 l better in every way.
another train bearing down Waring
ley Building.
saw I Mrs. Martin, who was tl.e next to
ur.fii on lawns and in the ,;rain: I upon his own at lightning speed. said W. B. CRAWFORD,
testify, :
of the NOith with great SUCCCFB. Two Bending to the breaks with might and -
pounds sulphate of iron to one gal- main did his brave r "I have suffered a great deal from Prosecuting
he duty as a man hard Attorney
driving pains in head and
Ion
water is the strength applied. collision he : my
should but in the terrific
This spray will noi kill the grass. in was crushed; and mangled with thosehe I had had stomach trouble. I hardlyever >8044Q4-0OP OOOOOOOOOOOOOOc.
your tennis court. tried to save. Taken from the have a nain now, the catarrh no tooooooo oooooooo..oooooooo.o..ooooooooooo ... .... .&
longer troubles me and appetiteis
wreck, he murmured, in dying an- much better." my
PLUM BLOOM: DROPS guish: Put out the signals for the Mrs. Fink said: w. GRIFFIN'

I have a number of thriftv young other train." "I was sick all last summer and I
plum trees that do not bear, though Speaking of this, France E. Wil- I now I feel bett-r Mid stronger than in
they put on a full bloom. Will the lard said: "There is another century months. I no longer suffer from the Staple And FancyGROCERIES
planting of any other variety near speeding toward us along the track of hendnchos I had so much." I I The Favorite Store of Kistimmee i
the of I
Don't hear rumble
them cause them to bear? time. YOU Mrs. Wallis seemed to be especially -
Answer-There is no doubt that the train? Can't you catch the distant delicate and had B very weak constitution .
the dropping of the bloom! of your whittle of that Twentieth Century and weak stor'ci' Mrs.
I1 p plum trees is from lack of pollina Express coming along behind IS Wallis said: '
,. tion. Plums bear much better when .at more than lightning speed? We "In one week after taking
I I there are several varieties close by. I of the nineteenth century have sufferers your medicine only I began to feel greatly Free Delivery to all Parts FURNITURE ?
It is well to have some of the j and loss and almost ruin
even I pain improved. 1 feel very}much stronger, of the City < yt
of best beloved
common varieties as well as the by the collision our meals rnofe/ and seem to
add !' with the engine of the I II enJoy my ? ... .
.. choice ones, as they seem to vi- grindinsr rest better at nigh, 1 expect to con- .
of traffic. Our h i rlriost at''' OOO OOOO ...OOOOO. OO
uror. Of course, a great deal tender I! liquor cycle tinue taking Tania'
bloom is lost through being 'an end. God grant that with devoted i
In referring to the above statements -
chilled; but we suppose that you have loyalty we may put out the signals is C.F.THRASHERSHEEI
\ Mr. G. F. Willis, who now
.1 taken this into consideration.NOT for the other train; that for the twentieth -"personally directing the introductionof -WE HAVE IT I! A
of and life METAL WORKER
century, so full light Tanlac throughout the South, said: '
i ENOUGH FERTILIZER conning so rapidly, we may>wave aloftin "I consider* the statements of there Metal RooF. Pat on and
!I' I have a grove in which for the friendly warning the electric torch old ladies the most remarkable that Guaranteed
last few the leaves have been of scientific temperance instruction, have ever come under my observa-
"frenching] years; oranges are much un- and turn on the glowing tveadlight tion. I do not hesitate to say thatI PHONE 14..R KISSIMMEE. FLA r e

dersized, and the tangerines are not of prohibitory law!I" believe these indorsements to be the !. couectfea with oar Hardware Gas we carry a c..pIete ;
Would that all voters would do
any bigger than marbles. The groveis their duty when they drop their ballots -i strongest that have ever been re- KB. of raitire. We .aka a specialty el Mtfttfef fcraut sad
on a high hammock, and I can not ceivoof by a proprietary medicine of Houses for Rent t 1
Understand why it should do this way. ."in the sacred urn where a republic I any character. ' ka.dl. reliable \ i

'. It is true that we have had extremely manufactures destiny. I Quoting from one of Mr Cooper's .
dry weather, but this condition ,does lectures, Mr Willis said: AND fOR ,SALE: I
-(jot come from that altogether. I WOMEN ENTITLED TO VOTE "When people grow to a ripe old Bed Room' Furniture Dining .

Siave used considerable lime. Evidently Women are entitled to the ballot age their digestive organs lack vitality .
.:...a. I have not "paid my preacher;" Why prate that their place is in the' and begin to net more slowly and The Elite Realty ParlorMRS. Room Suits Kitchen Outfits, Par ;
and, if you think that is the remedy, home when more than 8,000,000 of less effectually than in youth. The ,
I will do it. them in this country alone have been I circulation becomes poor, the blood MRS.' SUMMtRS.. Mxr.nriastSUCsr. lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
Answer-If you want our real driven by the onrush of industry and gets thin, and the appetite fails and track Tsrtk kiss....I ,
opinion of the conditions in your civilization into store, factory and I the digestion is weak. Two Blocks North of Christian Chucrh Couches Etc. ;
would that neglect "Tanlac the
grove, we say your field I powerful reconstructive ._._ ,
to Influence the rove has not They have their sweat-shop prob- tonic, is the ideal strengthener -: - '
been in regard to the "preacher," but lems. They stand in crowded cars. and body builder for old folks, !because -
the fertilizer: manufacturer, for your Rapid transit is for them as well as it creates a good healthy appe- Tkis is
store Midi
I
would certainly show tite enriches a record far toeJf .b Ike Matter of
description for n>an. The groggcries that sap the strengthens digestion,
that the trees had been in great need virility of their masculine partners the blood and in this natural manner ciBSONFIIsnOER F kelpiaf people to outfit ...... Co. aid see. Oar prices arc
of more food. Tang>ri.esare! never strike deep also into their souls. builds up, strengthens and invigorates rifkt d
raised with success except by liberal Real, vital, vibrant ard all social feeble, run-down, nervous peo-
fertilization, and with the fertilizer questions! to women. Their intuition ple, and is an unfailing source of
higher in ammonia content than ordinary guides them straight. They sense the comfort to the aged: and infirm."
applications. The dry weather right path, while men with .their interminable Tanlac is sold in Kissimmee exclu- y
has, of course, made results much logic grope in darkness.The sively by J. Z. Roberson; in St. Cloud TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS:
worse than they would have been character of the nation is inl by Semi role Pharmacy; in Kenans-. Insurant that
with a reasonable amount of rain. its mothers. In cradles they carve out ville by Phillips Bros.-Adv. Insures;

Lime of itself is not needed as a our destinies. Great women breed No matter what l load of a. Engine JOB ....-Gat, Stain, ";
plant food. It, however, makes con- great men. They are the: forerun Tickling in the throat, hoarseness that Protects Railroad or Stationary Earinc.. have
ditions more favorable for fertility, (ners of achievement.Not loss of voice indicate the need Protection -we exactly tile T.... yes

and we are glad you are taking thin competent to vote! Men have of BALLARD'S HOREHOUND iced In your everyday work-Wrenckss, Hassssers, Oilers, etc.
into consideration. SYRUP. It eases the lungs, quietsthe .U of tile best quality and "'
had their colleges for centuries, women worLwaaskJp, and at prices that will
"4> We would commence in Novemberwith I scarcely for decades; yet the cough and restores health in the surprise yon. This store has tke reputation of
a liberal application of a fertilizer of institutions now devoted to bronchial tubes. Price 25c, 50c and l..cIIia11
I carrying 4 per oent ammoniaand them scores solely are a tribute at once to $1.00() per bottle. Sold by Osceola hardware tkat is of superior quality aid yo. will Make p Mis

8 to 10 per cent phosphoric acid, their determination and their ability. Pharmacy.Two DAKIN AVENUE take in coming kere NOW and inspecting .... big steck.

with not over 2 per cent potash. In They ace more. They are th.? nledgeof thousand head of cattle were
1 late January or in too first of Febru- a new, aggressive and intelligent KISSIMMEE FLORIDA AX
ary we would make another good application el.-ment in the battle for moral and shipped by the Knight and Vanderipe -
of a fertilizer carrying five political progress. Bros. from Manatee county to pointsin
per cent ammonia arM 8 to 10 per Will women pet the ballot? Thee Texas. Osceola Hardware
cent phosphoric acid, with not over is no cower that can prevent it. Wonderfully Company
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2 per cent potash. Then in May we Providence: works to invigorate -
would give another, liberal application civilization.-Evening Ledger. II .1
of a formula carrying 4 per cent ,

ammonia, 8 to 10 per cent phosphoricacid The next meeting of Frances Wil- .
and 4 per cent potash, for the lard Union takes place l Friday, Oct.
regular orange trees. On the tangerines 13. All members should bar in mind A Distinctive ReasonWhat

we v/oud use 5 per cent that the officers for ttv ensuing year
I ammonia, with the same amount 'of will be elected, and that dues shouldbe MAKE MORE
acid and potash; and, in ;
phosphoric
The
I paid on that date. presenceof
, t' addition to this, put on a little nitrate all members is much desired. is the chief reason for the superiority POTATOMONEYl
of soda about the first of August. '
f' We feel sure that, by following there of Royal Baking Powder? SEND FOR
r THE NEGRO AS A WORKER. l
o- directions you will note a next very year'scrop. great There are several good reasons, but thereis
,y improvement on your '
When well handled no laborer ia one which distinguishes Royal from other +
t This booklet just from the is basedon
i t By a "liberal application, we mean more reliable or efficient under the press
;0' ,.. '(for trees that will carry five boxps existing climatic conditions than the baking powders. years of practical experience. It tells +;
'I' of fruit) fiften pounds in the fall, negro. The trouble has been hereto- !
about soils seed selection
twenty pounds in the spring, and fore in the handling.: This reason, which every woman should fertilizing r

a, fifteen pounds in the summer, or aLf By giving the black man exactly j I know, is that Royal Baking Powder is made cultivating, spraying and contains valu-
total of fifty pounds per year. This the sam: food. care and pay accorded able and
{ is a cost of about $1 per tree for ayear's to his white help, Fred Gibson of from: cream of tartar, which comes from suggestions: on digging shipping.
supply of fertilizer, where Stuttgart (a young: farmer whose record -
t five boxes of fruit is expcted-sure- is one of the chapters in the storyof grapes. This means a healthful fruit origin.It Send for your copy of this book. It will

ly not an unreasonable investemnt. the agricultural South), has succeeded help you make more money growing Irish
i, You will note the potash recomme- in solving the vexatious labor means natural food as distinguished from
G dations are low. This is because of problem.On mineral substitutes used in other baking Potatoes. The edition is limited, so write
"" present prices. a full stomach, the negro worksas today. A post card; will do. I .w
well.In the field as any white man. powders. .
ik VEGETABLE NOTES It is only when he comes in from the TOo
& IER FERTII.I7.m CO. .
In Spinach-It (io a good tine now to hills, carryinghrsown.bscon-nd.biscuits There is no alum nor phosphate in Royal WILSON

i plcnt spinach. The weather is cool his in a strength sack, and on attempts insufficient to sustain Baking Powder. Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers. ;

s and there\is no difficulty in getting improper food that he lags behind Dealers In Fertilizer Material*. SprarlB. Itnplm *-
.nt. sad InuetlcldeaJACKSONVILLE
the seed to germinate. Plant either! 4
and becomes worthless in
comparison i
broadcast or in a row, as little cultivation FLORIDA.FRIDAY ,
with the white
man. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. /
,. Is neceacnry. The main thing in.a" In this findingMr.. Wilson is corroborated ,
i irkb crowing1 spinach Is to make the land by Gerald Fitzgerald, manager New York
of ,
to supply plenty nitrogen
of what declared by expert to -
Radish-Early! varieties 'of radBitton. be the finest' fruit' farm In Texas. s ,::11

; ''t r lab,such. varlet Rosy; Farm and Fireside..

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a The Kissimmee Valley GazetteW. I obeyed the old Roman maxim, "Public 'welfare ii r mea you can immediately put-me in touch with AMENDMENT FARMERS' DAY OCT. :\ I

the supreme law." A ,prolonged railroad t strike them." COMMENT AND ,

. would have co.ttlte people of the United States That| 1 Es the way an alumnus of the University -
Every .rt. from
om- I., v.... 0...... ..all.I... K/.a1.__ F/.. hundreds. of millions and inestimable fl'erincwhidi ,of. Florida closed letter to W. L Floyd, assistant the A United thousand States"tanks"have imported proved of 13, A LEGAL HOLIDAY "

HARRIS -.' no future legislation could have squared. /dean of the College of Agriculture after he was great value to the British in smashing -
V..N..OJllIiIW. .. "
W. B. AND B. O. OwarOn The settlement made by Congress hat prevented all informed that 'no men' were available to accept a : tho German line in northern Governor TremmeJw" has tosued

I, .....rt..... Rat..l, that loss and misery and has done ho injustice for position he had offered. France. We still have many"tanks" calling attention the a'
Copy. One T.mr__....__..._..._._.___.. t1.10 left in Florida that w. would rejoiceto proclamation-
On* Copy, Six Mont...--..-.______...______._?_ 1.VO which future laws can not provide'compenaation:- That statement is of greatest importance to the see massed in battle formation fact that the last cession of the FlorIda .

One Copy Throe Month______?___?.._..... .71 St. Louis Post-Dispatch.. high school graduate who. is about to adopt. a pro- before the German Krupps.-Plant holiday Legisl'ituio, Farmers'designated day, a which new this legal .si,

1 All eommvnleatlonB,, .xcapt .from our .utborl..d t-- fession. City Courier. will be Oct: 13.
.corr.BpoBdnl.,'i UBt be .lSfn.(I by *!>. writer. BLEEDING HEARTS IN BLEEDING KANSAS. Requests come in almost every mail for men to year This day is becoming a legal boll-
... unUsiea.U Florida to the home-
4' i Rejected .u.r will not b. .turn.4 offers more
f .a for. / These are heartrending days in Smith Countyof take charge of farms or to accept other agricultural seeker than does any other state in day generally throughout the Union
The demand for trained in Banner and the Governor requests the peopleof .
positions. the
the Sunflower State. One hundred and five men country.-Chlpley '
to (,1Cnter.4 In tbe Poatofflo la Klsslmmce Florida. Florida to observe it appropriate-
y .a. s.cond class: matter.) agriculture is almost unlimited and the supply of He suggests "picnics and general ..'
therein have organized the Smith of ly.
women Praise
For One
young
men to take such positions is by ho means equal: to meetings to be held In the several
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1916. County Cupid Protective .Association. They are it. As a rule graduates of the University of Florida Klulmmec's Cattle King communities of the state" for this

pledged not to "spoon" in automobiles. College of Agriculture find positions in advance of "Uncle John" Lee is a cattle kingin purpose.
Florida state capital should be at itt geographical the heart of Florida and he has
and That KISSIM- To Mrs. Michael Maloney a Smith county leaving school. Many of them prefer to farm for broad acres in the level Kissimmee
population centen. means '
*
mother is due this extraordinary organization. She 'themselves, but those who care to take positions' valby world without end. KISSIMMEE PRODUCE GROWER "
MEE.
_-wr told some of "the girls" that automobile courtships with other people find ready employment.'' Hospitality still is in flower on the Kissimmee Produce Growers .

+,'t : :- ruined dainty dresses and risk life and limb The demand will, be larger than the supply for Lee ranches, and their proprietor hasa held The their regular meeting last Sat- :

"I have little respect for the irresponsible man. and lead away from Hymen's altar. i several years, because the field for trained men is reputation has neither for peer big-souled nor par.liberalitythat When urday, at which routine business was -.

' said Rev. S. W. Lawler In hu sermon last Sunday. "Girls in this fitful crazy age of automobilesdo I becoming broader f nd l broader. New work and the news breezes about that "Uncle I transacted The next regular meeting !;

See page 2. I not have half the success or fun that girls did ] new opportunities are developing so rapidly that John" has a dinner in the me.kinJr,1111 fora will Oct be 14, held at city at council 9:30: a. hal m\:Saturday Visitors;
Florida end smacks its lips
t! in my time." declared Mrs.' Maloney. "What funor the field is almost limitless. Extension work is I stops steak sweet permitted.A .
of horn \ ,
Has given that BULKHEAD project a piece ?: grown
some one
enjoyment is it for a girl when she can't receivea almost in its infancy. Every county and every potatoes fresh from the prairie- toil,

dose of soothing syrup? Try a dose of ginger- hug or a kiss except under dread of an automobile community in the United Stales will demand a man and fish straight to the frying pan !

just for a change.Kistimmee's turning turtle?" trained in some branch of agriculture before many from Kissimmee river, S. NELSON IS BACK&

,f, -: :- One member of the new association declared: years. Agricultural high schools are springing up I It ban become an established fact
that when "Uncle John" Lee treats
should
council make Darlington
city "I would lots rather hear my beau say 'I love you. everywhere. Only one thing will hold them back his friends, lie trerits them right, and FROM LONG STAY IN WEST ;
of' their hearts" for brief
F avenue "the darling a Kale,' than to have him say, 'Some speedway. I-the lack of men. part dT the treatment includes trans-

period at least-just long enough to put it in con- ,, eh>'," -.- portation to and from the outinfr in A. S. Nelson, our well-known fellow -

dition as a thoroughfare to Kissimmee's greatest Miss Purcell social leader the Lee ranch "Light Six,"-llajn-es townsman of the Nelson Real y
Jeanette a pretty was SPtNT
WHERE HAVE GONE VAST SUMS FOR
Automobile Pioneer.
returned home last
Lake night
scenic and pleasure asset. Tohopekaliga. Why made of the Miss Qklayme) Company,
president organization. ARMY AND NAVY from an extended trip through Kan
named "Darlington"unless it is
have a street appropriately is its The trouble I
!Maloney secretary-treasurer. tan and Oklahoma. Accompanyingm
f. cared for? -.- A LITTLE ABOUT POLITICS i : to Kissnumee are G. F. West, immigration *. 1
: Truth has much place in political campaigns Ir, O C. Payne
I I ison.MJiss Purcell's beau has a six-cylinder automo- as I\ agent; aneminent j

t h A city council is much encouraged when citizens : bile. Nevertheless he was banished until he can as it has in other affairs of life- -or it should have. William J. Conners, publisher of I W. L. Rogers physician,, of Georgia and surgeon, and ; Mat also I
'
S ; co-operate with it in maintaining town cleanliness come around with a horse and buggy. The swains All parties, however, let their partisanship and their I the Buffalo (N. Y.) Couprier and formerly I, Gadare, J. V. Trego and Meal Van

and town attractiveness. The local improvement I'I were hustling for Dobbins and buggies, accordingto eagerness to get votes interfere with their veracityin New York I Democratic !state assen, ,niomirjcnt farmers of, Allen ."
'
association \voul3 do well to revive itself and engage Kansas. \
county
often chairman
to:: the last news. political campaigns. Democrats have sinned Hays:
I;. in systematic work even if only on a small These visitors are delighted with
Smith county records "show that only three marriage in this respect "I am ready to bet money renl .
I ". scale. Nothing brings success in anything more I licenses were issued there last month which This year the Republican publicists are particularly money that Erie county will give try They are most heartily welcomed -

than continuity of effort-keeping everlastingly is 50 per cent less than ever before in the same untruthful. Mr. Roosevelt is an old (offender/ President Wilson 10,000 to 15,000 and it is trusted they will become

I} at it. month in past ,years. and nothing else could be expected from Kim. In majority.Hughes would Six carry weeks En ago I county Raid Mr.'>y permanent"lorida residents of this part of

.1 : :- I trying to make it appear that President Wilson is 20,000; but conditions have changed Mr. Nelson informs the Valley Gazette -

,i'' The Baltimore (Md) Manufacturers' Record is ALLIGATOR TEARS ABOUT "BURDEN" OF mainly responsible for this country's "unpreparedness that many northern people are

, attacking President Wilson and his administration. WEALTH."Oh. ," Mr. Roosevelt indulges in his usual delightfulto Mrs. Antoinette Funk, formerly a coming to Honda this winter. Truly

,e Which is another reason why Mr. Average Citizens him ,*, Republican and lately one of the lead- hI' says Florida is. rapidly (coming into -
( )
I pastime. ing figures, in the Progressive partyin the position that naturally is hers
; should vote for Mr. Wilson. The Manufacturers'J the weariness of wealth." wails Charles M. In 1865 the United States ranked among the Illinois, offers her services as a _
w
f;; ecord is a great journal for industrial news but I Schwab of the Steel Trust family. "One soon foremost military powers of the world. Since 1865it campaign speaker to President Wil- I
it is an unsafe political adviser. It is always for I II one has for military more than has son's campaign managers. She isChimpo's I torate, but because the Republicanparty '
of and yachts. plaintivelymoans spent purposes '
"the interests" tires private cars private most notable woman law was weakened by division
the political candidates that want dollar-sickened and soul-saddened Charles the German empire in that time-prior to the great yer. Mrs Funk says: j i As mat /rh stand there will be less
''n
I Iy.
elected. "I have waited thc ubouj"landslides" and
Charles.He war now being fought. since Republican I talk moo
I -: :- convention for the Republican about the> 'necessity of hard work on
also tells purblind and envious public that Yet our militarists tell us. and it is generally
; WORSE THAN BANK ROBBERY. I a party to announce its issues and it both sides. The escape 1 from defeatin
: the man who has a modest comfortable income is known that Germany was the best prepared and has not been done The party leaders Maine will give' fresh courage to
.: 1 Two girls, sisters. 13 and 15 old.
; young years the happier man.Whereupon most efficient military power on earth when this I have Iven jrcnerous in attacks: on the the Hughes following The failureto
visited Tampa from Zephyrhills and were enticed of Florida contemporarieswe war began. President but have not told what they hold their (flip on Mumo will impel -
into a house of ill repute by four young men. The I one our lost They telling us the United States is would have done. During the labor the Dtmotrats to prepare for a.
tab the clipping and its origin) are now
( forgot to crisis, when Mr Hughe-H's opinion harder than of them
article then tells of the arrest of these young struggle/ / many
news of all
sympathetically chimes in with the wealthweightedand among the weakest the poorest "prepared. might have been of value he remained lately anticipated
and later of the forfeiture of bonds of $25
s men, sobbing millionaire thus: "The men and women the first-class nations. silent. Mr Wilson's pecch of ncI I Following 'n the heels of the returns -
each ai they failed to appear in court. and of wealth have their trials Whose fault is this ? Who had continuous con- eptance and the Settlement 'of the from Maine came expressions
Does that kind of punishment -represent the limit women great of from 1865 to 1884 ? Who railroad strike, with the adoption of from leaders of the Republican forces
trol .
I I those of grinding our government ..
and tribulations next to povertyAlligator the eight hour bill, have done the that the result meant the repudiation
of law in such offense? If so. the next
our an control than two-thirds of the time
tears. In other words-gush. It is has had more work," of the Wilson administration and that,
Legislature should remedy the matter. j noticeable that the pitiable millionaires are not since 1884? None other than the Republican I from this time on, the Democratic

We would pass a law that such young scalawags | themselves down to "a modest comfort party. Gifford Pinchot one of Roosevelt's ticket would belittle more than negligible -

d should! be punished by death. The crime committed cutting the What did the Republican party do with the vast pet followers, has allowed the noisy factor in the national campaign.
'
,
Still less into
able income are they getting ex-President to him hack into This Is only a trifle more nonsensicalthan
, by the Homestead bank robbers pales into insignificance for ? The lead.: 'I
when compared With this.-Arcadia ranks of "grinding poverty. Not so that any one turns appropriated war purposes "answers I Pluto's party. The Republican na- the statement attributed to Democratic -
p notices. in two words-"graft" "inefficiency. tional committee is sending to every leaders that "the result of the

Daily News. On the contrary, they continually fight legislat'on $ How easy to have begun in 1865 a state of "pre newspaper in the United States a election in Maine indicates a sweeping --
-: :- of Pinchot's "reasons for Democratic victory in November"Long
-- copy
desirable condition sup-
I would down paredness. If it was or if a
who
THE FARMER FEEDS THEM ALL. ; and officials which or cut porting Hughes. Amos Pinchot (Gif- before Nov 7 the contest in
their incomes to the "modest-comfortable". who is to blame that it was not done? ford's brother) is genuinely progressive Maine and the circumstances attending -
, Here is how the Pike County (Ca.) tells of what Furthermore- they lobby and bribe to obtain legislative Roosevelt particularly should have nothing to He refuses to be betrayed to it, will have been forgotten by the

plainly ails the farmer: and other privileges that will add to their charge against any other President. His naval Hughes, and has declared for Wilson. j great mass of the voting population..
bale of he sells it The. decision at the polls will quite. .
A man raises a cotton; accumulations of lucre. board recommended six battle-ships, but he held
swollen
'y'' 'to the buyer; the buyer sells it to the cotton already Everybody knows what "stage money" is. So the estimate from Congress and asked' for. only two.. Impartial View of Maine Election.No 'probably from hinge those on that issue.influenced very diO'er'ent the- .

}; factor] he ..ell. it to the manufacturer; he is coming to know that grief like Mr. The Jsxksonville Times-Union says: la pronounced, Republican partisan. voting in Maine' state election. Factors -
willing to admit that the
everybody today (
makes into cotton products: he then sells it Schwab's is "stage grief." He will call for the There; is one item for which Republican admin- election in Maine was less than a victory now unseen and unfelt are likely
the manufacturing agent i he sells:itt the aad the to enter the campaign and with a de
to the attempts to take' from isfrations i are entirely responsible, conse No pronounced Democratic partisan I
police moment one termining force. These not to "
; ':l jobber; he sells it to the wholesaler; he sellsit him even a part of his any'"burden." So will all other quences-are gravest of all a. conditions are today. is willing to admit that 1t wasa dealt with in advance.aro -Boston betu X -
to the retailer: he sells it to the original pro- the producingthe defeat. The impartial observer ie
; kind. Soldiers} know that war machinery i (Mass.) Christian Science Monitor.
of his disposed to regard it as simply the +

,ducer; and HE pay each profit and wipes his WM_ _w. chief effects in Europe today is essentially balancing of scores and the opening

'eyes with a cotton rag and goes to his grave FLORIDA-NONE. American and that this government might have of a new phase of the contest.In I Moses Grant, a well-known negro

1 unhonored and. unsung the servant of each SUNSTROKE IN owned this machinery at a small cost had it been the last eight years Maine has character, died this morning at nis
home, on North Robinson street.
been t seesawing now to the I
anf l aU. peo-ple I I wise in iupe whereas we must pay the highest going
The in varied degree applies to all outside of Florida is that this state being so ; reasonable of Democrats, new going to the Republicans. -. I. ; same process only prices forit now to secure a state Putting aside the pluralities s....*...* Judicial ( lrr.lt. 0..1.
farm products. Everybody eats out of the farmer'sfield. far southward, is habitable in summer by 'preparedness.' To the reader this may seem a an even balance was struck In this l'/y. !. t'1a.eeryii. .

-j The farmer can put a stop to it wheneverthe those persons who never have lived anywhere elseor puzzle. Let us explain. election. The slate and the field are M STEEN. Complainant

range of his economic vision extends beyondthe by those who are forced by circumstances to The German howitzers that battered down the clear for the November struggle. v..
Neither is in claim ANNA HOYKH AND CHARLES ETI
make virtue of necessity and brag about party a position to
end of his nose. I stay and a Belgian and French forts in 1914 carried a new Maine for the Presidency in advance I IIUY EH. Defendant

-: :- summer conditions here. idea-that the piercing shells were not so fatal a'i of the counting of the ballots. All I[ It the appearing hill Hied: by In affidavit the above-Mated appendedto _

' FLORIDA'S GOVERNORSHIP CONTROVERSY. Many of said sensible people believe and some those which threw a powerful explosive against a the more interesting? for this reason, cause that Anna Boyer and Charier K
that Florida's "excessive heat"causes will be the next battle in the state. 'Boyer. the defendants therein named
that of them declare, shatetred the I are nonresident of the of Florida
and State -
The Valley Gazette has hoped against hope wall or a ships armor so resis- The Republicans had more at stake .
and arc re.Wcats of the Slate orllllnol
sunstroke frequently to cause no com-
the dissension among the ranks of the Democracyof so as tance. That conception of the use of artillery was than the Democrats, even in a moral i .. and are over. the age of t ven-

Florida concerning the Governorship nomination ment.Florida's. American-its originator was Dr. Louis Gathmann. sense. They had more to lose and ''a,14 t-Inc nonri years'nldenl. It IH drfcndanta t hw refore ordered be and that are

might be adjudicated justly and in a spirit of State Board of Health records disprove He demonstrated the value of his theory on the lees to win. If thev won, they would .hereby required. to appear to the bill
these beliefs disprove them absolutely. Florida'sclimate amply be regaining a state that traditionally -i lof I[ complaint nl. d In said cause on or
at least semi-amity. proving grounds at Sandy Hook but the ordnance belongs to them In -I. before. Monday the 13th lay of November -

I This newspaper has purposely refrained from does not induce sunstroke. This unknown affliction in department condemned it. Germany adopted it, years. If they lost, it would presidential :,: leKntlon. *A.of I.said 1D16 bill otherwise will lie taken the al-a.

publishing) anything that might have added to the as it is known in Northern States, is and now her enemies have been compelled to en- be taken as a hard blow, for it was I I <'"nr -...." by said defendant
j.. Florida.In .heir time to win. In hold.iig Maine, I It In further ordered that this order
acrimony of this regrettable controversy or that dorse it in selfdefense.The tie |>ubllah 'd once a week for four
t the other hand I : :
the first place. Florida among ALL the Statesin on the Democrats I I consecutive weeks In. the Klaalram;
might have been construed as an attempt of the Gatling and Maxim guns is I '
possibly story would simply be retaining a state that I Aallev' Ian: tie a newnpap<'r published
of
.. the Union has the narrowest range temperature them in 111 aiilil, to influence public opinion or the act of any exec- winter.I I familiar. Our ordnance board condemned went to Wilson four years ago ando '
and I'rt"t..r fth 111 1r.
throughout the year-summer and secured by the Curtis two yccrs later-not tx>- I .
utive or judicial official. whole or in part they were iI(Inuit J r. OVI'HSTREKTi
annual of 60 to 70 degrees use the Democratic attracted I 'inirt Heal
Contrast an variation party 'l.rk ('Ir'ull'ourl
i Indeed possibly we have erred in not affordingour localities European bidders. the controlling sentiment of the elec- :V HBBH Milton I'iedgcr. '
Northern
readers more information about what have I with that of Chicago and other "The story of the Lewis gun is newer. Col Lewiswas I S"iicitors for c where shoot from 25 degrees below - ---- . . -, - -
been ALLEGED as facts or what have SEEMED temperatures in an American officer who was sent to study '- . . . .& .VV'V9..9& - OO
zero in winter to 100 degrees above zero sum in Europe. His report
be facts.
the
i to military organizations
This newspaper will go to press before the courts mer-sometimes a change of 40 or 50 degrees declared our ordnance department wrong in theory 1

and other officials finally complete their part in the within twenty-four hours. The United States and 10 fact. As a result he was practically exiledto I Classified Advertisements

k controversy. Last week we hoped and expected Weather Bureau proves these statements-as to the frontier, where he perfected the Lewis gun I.--- t

, the would be out of judicial and other official both North and South. which he offered gratis to the United States. It
f matter _ _ . . . .
l Florida has deep salt water on nil sides, except i. the mainstay _ _ _ _ _ _ TT__ _& & & .V'-- -_- - & -
, jurisdiction at this time. It is not. Tomorrow was even refused a trial, but now it TT" T'.TT gggVvv

will witness the final acts. Until then or its next where Georgia touches on the north. From deep, : of the allied aerial service and the most valued FOR RENT-Flat of four rooms 600 MILES bes' hog and cow ranges

f, issue the Valley Gazette has no comment to make. blue sea come the daily breezes that moderate the item in the defense of London-it is aircraft and Light and water. Good location A :too acre farm for sale in range
daylight temperatures and make the nights almost Terms reasonable. Address Box $4,000. Dixie. llighw y, railroad.

it invariably cool. The heat waves of northern climates anti-aircraft armament the 402, city. 41-4t pd Capt. T Hall, Utopia, Fla. 36tf
THINK AGAIN MR. JOHNSON.Jackson Republican administrations neglected aero- I '
manufacturer bring death and destruction because thenights submarine, though both were American SITUATION WANTED I wouldgo
while II and
1 Johnson St. Louis plane
heat of the day. I St. Cloud Real Estate
the
bring no relief from "preparedness" now pay the on your place, do trucl.: farming,
Florida's Health Department has no record of' >ropositionsour been' or look after grove. Good refer- Presents many. opoo-tunitics forchoice
cornpang and price for them. Nothing could have more ence. Give rre a tnnl. J. H Mos- investments from time to

unable to get any one to explain to his satisfaction sunstroke occurring in the twenty-six more wooden-headed than our treatment of Holland and l ley Deer Perk, Fla. 42-lt time. I have some lots and tracts
years of its history. In genuine sunstroke the body% all this Republican administrationsmust for sale at bargain prices. Address.
how President Wilson's right. Very Lake and for ....I.
course was TO" EXCHANGE .
Motor-bo'
above t ((3 E.
temperature rises from 6 to 10 degrees nor- A. Drought, Administrator. 42-4t "T\
well. in- bear the respon.ibility."Primarily horse power) for dairy cow. Or
almost literally burns
If Mr. Johnson's factory should catch fire would mal and the patient up our ordnance department has been will sell Engne in first-class condi-
ternally. The rare cases of heat exhaustion in of but Gen. Crozier re-r tion. Mrs. E. E. Wells, 104 Possiel EXCELLENT GUAVA JELLY-
he have the fire department stand around and argue guilty as the fortress error Reasonable
this high internal temperature avenue. Telephone 242. 41-tf price. Call 116 Mab-
do produce
Florida not
r wouldhe mained the head of it and was bequeathed to a
how the building laws should be revised, or at bette street. 41-4tpd
and few hours of rest restores normal con
have ,them start immediately to extinguish the a hottest Democratic administration now held responsible fora FOR SALE OR EXCHANGEEightroom
Florida's
'f, blaze> ditions. Death from heat even in policy dating back to Lincoln. Here is but an house in Kissimmee and 63- DWELLINGS for rent. apply to M. 1

If a surgeon is called upon to perform an operation -' months, is so rare as to be. practically unknown. outline from which hundreds of items are omitted, exchange acre tract for good Northern land near by; to Tiller. .

to-save a man's life would he first have him . but it i. sufficient ot put Roosevelt to the l blush- worth $5,000. Als. fino property 320-acre; FOR
FOR AGRICUL- SALE-Complete bathroom fixtures
J prepare a thesis on the wrong mode of living which UNABLE TO SUPPLY MEN were it possible to remove an atom of his self-suf- farm in eastern Kansas worth $20- and kitchen sink, all porcelain - -J,

made the operation necessary or should he go TURAL POSITIONS. ficiency. L 000, for good'Florida property. I enameled' half price. Call r

k" s ahead at once and operate> > Agriculture is becoming' of the most widejy "How"can Roosevelt set himself" up with justices TO galow RENT 1-block We have from a beautiful court house bun-, 106 South Vernon Ave. 4.. f.y,. i

; If. to save a''city from destruction by a flood it specialized of all professions. New branches of accuser of Wilson and Taft? with fine lake- view. Completely ---- .

\ became necessary to cut a dike and submerge a specialization are developing constantly, far more Yet these bone-headed and dishonest militarists furnished. WANTED-MAGAZINES AND OLD :

i farmers wheat field would it not be better to' do rapidly than men can be trained to take up the are asking American voters to retu/ij them to MANY EXCELLENT: BARGAINS in -BOOKS-By the ladies of the Presbyterian y

I jhai' than argue over future mehtods of 'flood con- work. power and entrust them with, the expenditure of Florida booklet homes to interested and investments.Free parties.NELSON .. (church to Fake up a car- .
load. Phone '
trol "Will you kindly place my request on file so that even vaster cum of money.It will number 71, and arrangements -
be made to call for
,jut 1M emergencyy the President and Congress should you have any t applications by such young is a foolish business proposition at best i ill REALTY COMPANY. them. 42-tT. ,'

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OCTOBER 6 1916 .
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THE KISSIMMEE V VALLET GAZETTE, Get your sboes. at the ...... ... .

(T.I.puae No. 11,) Store: C..W. Dann mgr Quality Hart .Memorial'BuildingNews ATTRACTIONS AT, CASINO one picture In .the above program- "'

t ', 17year-old: ,. The' program af the Casino 'Theater that of the Second Florida Regimentin
Published of Nathan Raap ne/r1'O./ Ion \, camp'at Black'$ oint., This
Brery Friday By .. died .this morninc at for Friday night, Oct. 6,'will be plcturV
,W. Ik HARRIS *. H. O. :TANS.AQHEW> his home, on North Robinson street. ; was mad. at Black Point while the ,
Kiiaimme.'a dole .. 'The .
: Center- Public Library, Public Readitta: 5?Vienereel picture. boys were in.jcamp. It will Interest
= Mrs. Belle U.It( W.) Cobb re- Room, Public Rftt Room'Public Play Grounds. :-See The- Spite Husband" in two reels. the people of Kissimmee.see their
hi . ,. America FirstIn one reel.
vie with week from an Extended "boys" on the parade ground In I the
t her mother near Mount -- "Second. Florida. ,,.Regiment. ," in tine' regimental parade. This picture! r. '
EriBCR Pleasant. Tenn. Annual Meeting\ of j for more and more making the reel. show the whole company and the ',t
Hart Memorial Corporation.The . Hart' Memorial building; communitycenter. 'First" Episodes. of Pee'of the beautiful grounds' and buildings.
b Kline Carlyle talcum JOc( ; talcum' Hart ,Memorial Corporation This laudabla cause is hampered Ring in two reels. The price of admission for Friday'' r
A.Frtncl1' Pyramid > held I an enhtuslaitlc annual meeting J for funds. The; city Council sup .Attention ii especially directed 'to I night I will be 5 and 10 cents. .
25c
; at the CORNER DRUG STORE.! last Monday Oct. 2. Officer elected plies lIght and water without, charge -
,
Phone 297. .
for the ensuing and has promised aid( in improving -
arc:
.. year the' around. Thirty citizens have
Mrs. T. B. Griffin President Mis* Elizabeth Dono-
who has been the
60 cents week
a to maintain
0 hOV pest -of her daughter Mrs A. W. gan. pled l '
Bailey left for visit Vice PI'C.ident-Mrs.. W. B. Makln- -to- keep It open throughout Katz's .
a with
i the week. More money is needed Dry Goods
her daughter son.
gsrgTE PRE55Py Tampa. Mrs. Walker of; Secretary-Mrs. S. H. Bullock. however, if the {project is to be \

,
brought to its desired ,
efficiency as "
Treasurer-Mrs. John 2. Roberson. : a \
, Mrs. A. E, Ford, of 306 Maple avenue Directors-Mrs. Clay Johnson Mrs.W. community convenience and a centerof Store Is
was taken to the Formosa Seventh L. Winn. Mrs. H. Clay Stanford. community Interest. Showing '
One
Day Adventist hospital a week The changes from the rosterof plan decided onto' acquire more
is cycle "
ago where she underwent last are that Miss Aultman money to hold a of teas.
serious year
operation last a makes for Mrs. Bullock The money thus obtained is to be devoted "Printzess" and "
; : Weather ReportFollowing Sunday. She is reported way as secretary the "M. R. S.
mainly to
as doing well and is expected and Mrs. Aultman and Mrs. library-to acquiring -
home in about two weeks. Pfann are succeeded by Mrs. Stanford ; more books-and incidentally Suits
and Mrs. Johnson as directors.The to keeping; it open to the public.A and Coats for Ladies.

W. L. Dunn, land.commissioner for committees appointed by the

; are daily temperatures the S. F. & G. R. R. Co., with headquarters president to''serve throughout the en- minor error occurred in this column
and precipitation. a* reported at Kenansville, has been in suing year are: last week about the joint managing FOR MEN t
by Government stationat the city this week visiting his fam- Library-Mrs. Debbie ((II. W.) ; committee. Its number was

Kissimmee for the week end- ily, who are temporarily stopping at Thurman, Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr., placed at four-two from the H, M. Hart Sclmffner Marx -
and
ing Thursday October 6: the Graystone hotel Mrs. H. W. Boioe. C. and two from the W. C. T. U. Styleplus ', .

Max. Min.- Rain ', ', Bucilla Crochet thread Grounds-Mrs. W. B. Makinson, Three is the proper number of thecomm'tt.ee's Suits, Manhattan and Arrow Shirts +

__ _____91 69 .18 ber 3 for 26c. any num- Mrs. Clay Johnson,: Mrs. H. Clay membership-two from i. ,
Friday Quality Store C.
W. and
; Stetson Hats. .
Danr, Stanford Mrs. N. B. Carson. the H. M. C and one from the W. C. Also a full line of
Saturday __ ___86 65 .70 mgr. Community Plans-Mrs. S. B. T. U. The latter member always !1s'' Fall
Underwear.
Sunday ____ ___87 68 J. F. Stevens and family arrived in Aultman Mrs. W. B. Makinson Mrs.J. chairman of the committee--which

Monday ____84 66 the city this week from Fellsmere McPhatter. directs the management of the Hart e"
? OUR
t Tuesday __ ____78 61 where he has been employed with the Press Reporter-Mrs. W. L. Winn. Memorial building; and lot. STORE will be closed on Saturday, 'f:

Wednesday ____77 63 Fellsmere has accepted Farms a position Co. as Mr.stenographer Stevens- Members(two of from Joint H.Managing M. C and; Committee one i Visitors to the H. M. C. building; Oct. 7, until 6:00 P. M because of a !!I;

Thursday __ ___84 63 .25 in the law offices of Johnston &: from W. C. T. U.-Mrs.) H. M. Pfann are especially requested not to make 't
Garrett. Mrs. J. L. Overstreet. I'paths across the but to -
. _ __ grass use .
..... A.-" AA A AAAA" ......, There was .much.discussion, of plans the paths. laid out for pedestrians.
Mrs. Ida ... ,
M. Tracy business ;- M
a
.;. ,. man of Jnkson"me.Fi.spentv., day wo- M. KATZ u{:

.OOOO O OOO OOOOO.O.'OOO, with the S. B. Aultmarf family' here CAUSE WHICH PATRIOTIC AMERICANS'SHOULDAIDThe
en route to visit her daughter Mrs.

: Jeffords! at Winter Home, on the f:
I The Local Field I, Florida Midland railroad. Mr. Jef
: fords has charge of Mr. Aultman's people of the United States are on trial-not Woodrow Wilson.No I

property in the Winter Home vicimty. President in history faced such a succession of tremendous problems. ".. -q .. ... --- ... .. -- ..
v. ,. .
| v. ..
\ o 0 000-0 OoQoooooooooo 0 0000 No President in history faced problems with more courage:, vision and states- ..- If- ... :

Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought. Mrs. Minnie-Moore Willson arrived manihip. ; ,

home Tuesday from New York City His international policies have maintained our peace with honor; his FRESH ASSORTMENT
where she Ii
Sheriff L. H. Ingram has purchased spent the summer at the 'i
'" Hotel Imperial. Mrs. Willson, who is domestic policies are bringing to us prosperity and justice. i
q. a five-passenger Dodge car. widely known from her efforts in be. Not one of those who oppose him has dared to file a bill of particulars

, J For Sale-Horses, mules and shot- half of the Seminole Indians, expects.) ngainit_him ; pot one has had the manhood to say boldly what HE would NOT 1 Whitman's Candies
lard] J. W. Miller. tf in the coming legislature, to make a 1i \
ponies. have done that Woodrow Wilson has done, or what he WOULD have done ii
systematic campaign for legislation
'w. F. W. Hill, of Narcoossee, spent for the benefit! of these unfortunate that Woodrow Wilson has NOT done. 1T i ; i

,:". Monday in Kissimmee. people. Only general attack; only blanket criticism; only peevish fault-finding; JUST ARRIVED \off,rw

only quasi-alhance with every foreign country that is in controversy with the *'!
s l. NY ALL'S LIVER SALT makes every Civil Engineer Major, of South
United States. Thus is he assailed. ?
Milwaukee, was a recent of J.
guest Our stock of
.! morning-"Good Morning. M. Willson, Jr. Mr. Major is now Never were issues so plain. On one hand a President who puts America Drugs and Toilet Article is now ri

\ The W. C. T. U. will meet next Fri- connected with the project to reclaim first. On the other hand those who put party first. > i
day afternoon in regular sessIon. :3000 acres of muck land at Zellwood.Mrs. Patriotism complete in every detail ;:
versus spoils; empty promises versus splendid performance.
Major, nee Fannie Ketchom will -" h
I'ti; E. & W. Collars at the Quality be remembered by the residents hereas Democracy against lory ism; progress against reaction; honorable peace against *" .*.

r Sotre; C. W. Dann, mgr. having lived in this city a numberof financial imperialism; even-handed justice against special privilege; prosperity iJ
years ago. Mr. Ketchem, her fa- Palace
against panics. Drug Store J.OTJS J. v
J. W. Slater is expected to arrive in ther
was engaged in the hardware
i iChe next few days to spend the winter. business and erected two residenceson To reject Woodrow Wilson is to reject the wise laws that are giving ,

on sites where the high school American industry and business such amazing impetus. STEVENS Manager u

A hard-water soap that will lather. home building now and stand.C. the. Charles Bandy To reject Woodrow Wilson is to reject the foreign policies that. have b.. \ Almco; lOc at the CORNER DRUGSTORIJ. given us peace and honor and highest standing.To .

t ;. W. Ward, who is prominentamong reject Woodrow Wilson is to turn the United States over to chaos . . .. .... ... ..
..... .. .... ...
j The Kissimmee Woman's Club will the winter residents of Kis- between Nov. 2. 1916. and March 3, 1917. FOR HIS REPUDIATION IN- Gt

k have its opening meeting Monday af simmee, arrived Friday from New VOLVES THE SURRENDER OF EVERY AMERICAN CONTENTION WITH .

','. ternoon. York City and is pleasantly located FOREIGN NATIONS. i
in the Graystone hotel. Mr. Ward
Jacob's candies, always fresh at stated that business interests which Do YOU want to drop a pilot who has steered us safely through the- TUESDAYIs :

THE CORNER DRUG STORE. require his personal attention kept rocks and storms? -

I Phone 297. him in that city the entire summer You do not have to wait until election day: to make the one answer that ...
with the exception of a' couple of
Miss M. F. Seals and Miss S. J.1 weeks spent in the Adirondack moun- that an American can make. The

Carver are occupying the well-known tains. Mr. Ward has made Kissim- An immediate: contribution to the Woodrow Wilson campaign fund puts Day .

Harrison home at 318 Brack street. mM his headquarters! for a number of you in the fight at once on, the'side of right.,

Mrs.; Francis Bojrgus, of L&ketand. winters friendi.and is being welcomed e by his Against the financial millions of the opposition. Woodrow Wilson places ,

and Mr. ,X L. Walksr. of Tampa many entire dependence upon the free offerings of the peojJle--whom he has served.

were .week. end guests is of Mrs. .A..W. Superintendent 'YoweU 'Away. Send your contribution to the Valley Gazette. Its receipt will be,, ackonwledged DR.> H. E., COLE it 'with '.u. livery, Tu ..",
Mrs. Walker Mrs.
r siiterl Bailey. Bailey's County Superintendent oft I' Public in this column. It will forwarded to the treasurer of the day. Come in and let 'uii '

Instruction Yowell took a rest-up this Democratic National Committee who will send his personal receipt to you. relieve those eye 7

14 For your complexion's: sake useNYALL'S week. He went to Coronado Beach Help as much as you can. Both large and small contributions will be strains. Examination Free.
FACE CREAM with per- on the east coast, via automobile last 1
oxide.-PALACE DRUG STORE. Wednesday afternoon and will be greatly appreciated. We 1
make
away until next Monday morning. The Valley Gazette has received a specialty of repairing Watches
Miss Charlotte Petrie and Miss Alberta United States Representative Sears PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. :'land forwarded contributions from the Clocks and .
Hopson are "house-keeping". at accompanied him. following\ ;: Jewelry. .1

116 Beaumont avenue. They occupy Services Sunday at the usual Valley Gazette ______________ $5.00W.
part of Mrs. J. W. Evans's home. THICK GLOSSY HAIR hours, by the pastor.: Subject in J. F. ____________________ 2.00T.

: FREE FROM DANDRUFFGirls morning, "Er.couraging Things"; in M. Murphy___n___________ 5.00S. *
Fresn shipment WHITMAN'SCANDIES the evening "Bright Prospects of L. Lopfer ____--______--___ 2.50C. H. O. BROWN & CO.
at the PALACE DRUGSTORE Youth." I E. Yowell ________________ 2.00J.
Try It! Hair Get soft, fluffyand E. Lupfer ________________ 1.00C. .
Alec and J. beautiful-Get a 25 cent 10 CENT "CASCARETS"IF A. Canon __n____________ 1.00 Jewelers and Optometrists I
j W.Syd Wilhite Pearce were Thompson from Bassenger bottle of Danderine. BILIOUS OR COSTIVEFor H. C. Stanford ______________ 1.00
up
Monday to look after business before Lewie O'Bryan unuu_ 2.50 SUCCESSORS TO COL JEWELRY CO. I
the county commissioners. If you care for heavy hair that Sick Headache Sour Stomach, Milton Pledger _____.-nn 2.50 H. O. BROWN I HaII w
anis
glistens with beauty radiant Sluggish Liver and Bowels-They I

.. The best yet is ice cream sand- with life; has an incomparable soft- Work While You Sleep Total ______--_________--_$24.50
wiches at THE CORNER DRUG ness and is fluffy and lustrous, try I *eeeeeeeeeeeeee
Danderine. NOTICE TO BICYCLE RIDERS.
TORE. Furred Tongue, Bad Taste Indigestion
Just one application doubles the Sallow Skin and Miserable I Any person caught rfding On the
Mrs. R. W. Cobb has returned from beauty of your hair, besides it imma- Headaches, from liver sidewalks\ on any street within the wn
Nashville, Tenn., where she spent the diately dissolves every particle of come bowels .a which torpid city limits will be arrested and car-
summer, and is making her home dandruff. You can not have nice and clogged stomach to become, filled cause with ried before the Mayor.G. Society bud or a feminine Sioux
with her aist.er. Mrs. M. S. May. heavy, healthy hair if you have dand- your food which' and W. OVERSTREET, Marshal. .y
ruff. This destructive scurf robs the undigested noun Can get at our store any Style of a SHOUX(
Mr. and Mrs. A. Cotterman motored hair of its lustre, its strength and its ferments like garbage; in a swill ; s

i f to Kissimmee Park Sunday for a very life, and if not overcome it pro- barrel, That's the first step foul to CITY COUNCIL MEETING; For Stanford's) the place
, day's outing and to inspect their duces a feverishness and itching of untold misery indigestion,
grove property. the scalp; the hair roots famish, loosen gases, bad breata, yellow skin That stands well apace
and die hen the hair falls out mental fears, everything that is N. f. BASS OBJECTSLast
t C. W. Ward who has been spend- fast. Surely; get a 25-ocnt bottle of horrible and naueeatin?. A Cas- With all that U better and
most that U nioux
:. ing the summer in New York is ex- Knowlton's Danderine from any drugstore caret tonight wi1give\ your constipated i
; pected to arrive in the next day or and just try it. bowels a thorough cleans Tuesday night the City Council -
so, and "ill be at the Graystone as ing and straighten von out in the met in regular monthly session.
i usual for the winter. 4404000400000000 morning. They work while you other than routine IN FOOTWEARNEW
Only three matters
1()-oo.t box from
t KARCOOSSEE.Miss O sleep-a : your
The Katz will observe a 0 its attention.G. s
family druggist will keep you feeling: good business occupied
I '
holiday next Saturday (tomorrow). 0044000000000044 for months. F. Kribbs, H. W Boice, M. D.Casler .
Consequently the Katz store will be for Infants STOCK OF
N. C. and E. W. Wilson ,
closed Saturday until 6 p. m., when it Gladys Burns went to Orlando 400040000004000 Bryan,
that be
It will open for Saturday night's busi Tuesday to go to school. 0 CAMPBELL installed petitioned in the Bermuda city lighting avenue and for Babies, AutumnUnderwearfor
ness. Miss Albina Smith of Kissimmee.
040 40044440004 Vine street section of the town. The
was of Mrs. Marion Tindal!
a guest
If it's drugs toilet articles cold Saturday.Rev. matter was referred ot the light com- for Children StockMen's

drinks or Poinsettia ice cream, phone B. A. Guy of Fort Drum, delivered Mrs. W. Allen returned home Wed mittee with power to art. (
your wants to 297. We do the rest. three good nesday after a few weeks' visit with Bond Trustee N. B. Carson tendered ,r
sermons SundayM.
CORNER DRUG STORE. P. Tindall I, Barton Lake attended her son, William Allen at Fort Ogden his resignation as one of the city's for Boys,
It
I three bond trustees. was accepted,
Miss Sue Walker of Bassenger.: ac- church here Sunday. Mrs. George Strickland visited hetfather and J. D. Jeffords was elected to sup Clothing '
Mrs. Collier returned home Wed- for Girls
companied her fattier, County ComIfcjissioner the ,
after several I. M. Lanier Friday.J. ply_ vacancy.N. I _
J. F. Walker on his monthly nesday_ Collier spending dayswith M. Bryant visited hit brother F. Bass has temporarily halted
Mr. at
visit to Kissimmee and spent a few thetU'Tpent.ine Frank Bryant at Haines City Sunday paving.operat.ions.on on Vine street by for Lads,
days shopping and visitins friends in still.Robert presenting to the city council the following HATS
and sister Arties and Miss
.: this city.E. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bronson visited communication: .
Elsie Underhill of St.. Cloud wore I l for Lasses
"On return home I find that _
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lanier last my you
for callers at J. C. Tyon's Sunday.
& W. Collars; nobby styles on are preparing to pave Vine street in
young men. Quality Store; C. W. C, F. Bruns is having: a large automobile Sunday. Kis- Wornen '
.' Dann, garage built at his home. .R. II. 'Lanier was a Kissimmee visitor the northern. part of said city ( for Miscellaneous
mgr. Thursday.Mrs. simmee) '
been visiting E. W. Cody and children of "I wish to say that I have property
J. W Blackwell, who has for Men
lying alongside of 'Vine street and I / Dry Goods .a;
his brother J. A. Blackwell at Kissimmee visited her mother, Mrs,
fehton, returned to his home at Dar, Wilder'sStudioYour I. M. Lanier Saturday and Sunday. wish to say further that whet. said t j
4 Jasper Bronson of Johnson Island street is now is not on said street'sliner .
lington S. C. Mr. Blackwell was ac-
his niece Mrs. J. P. was a visitor here Sunday. and I certainly object to said .e..
companied by ,
until the street is properly ad'
Kirwin, who will spend some time paving i
Friends can buy anything; justed."And.
.
with tier parents you can five thorn-exoopt your CHICHESTER. 8 PILLS this is to put you on notice : }

;"C. R. Jenkins of Southport, photograph Make the appointmenttoday. .. BRANV.. that I shall not pay one cent for the i H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
E l S fa \. "
X Ara5Nr r *
: of
iv brought to the Gazette office last l: .=:.4..lN.ar t: paving said street.
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P fine of .Ie I ao4l ._ _'...
sr aturday a sample of the crop To Core a Cold l. One Day burr .W sous 81- __ Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Days I ,.
;*Tweet potatoes, grown on /he muck ') .... .urucc.rit.IA "ow Reliable Skee Dealers| o.c.... "
T.k.LAXATI7K BKtmo Oiteto It Mop the Tow dranM wilt rcfrad SOOMT U PALO Ceury.
lands He has five acres i ;;.
f : in al that and place.states that sure c..... ..*! HMdacItt.4 work ell the CoM.tails w .-_...II..R..IO..._PI1/ee... -,..-_ OINTMENT. fan to car ..rcu* .( rtchiaa.mi.d .. .. sr.
$ potatoes they r.f..d rover I' At to ,pre. orptolradla rMlr' is Ste l4dar.
exceptionally flue.. 1--W. oaove-a a'-- Sack bn.DnnrfaM We. 5qifi BY DRUGGISTS EVERnMEBE' Ta.ant, .ppll a atve.$..s sad fart. set. "-.

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PAGE 0 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY .GAZETTE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, iai.4.
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I \ ., Reigned As King lF.F.lpridai, 17S'9)) ENM HIS MEALS NOW Th.,Valuation of Flagler i ADVERTISED. -LETTERS.. Mrs, John Crater, an rdent 'suf'r'. tn.
If Raited
Estate From '
; : Advertised. list for the two weeks fragist, has been.elected constable of: ,:-I

I -.-r--{! .* -, S7. .000 to $32,000,000: ending' Oct. 16, 1916 Smith, Ohio,' an offic'* tor -which she,

(From Tarpon Springs Leader.j])! '1 whom he carte"in contact:
Florida once had a kinr In fact-. a I quantity of goods stored at the different 1 NDESHELPED'HIMWELLOwN' The State Tax Commissioners, when I Chisom. Will; Cook, W. A.; Dixon, know that she' waa being voted for. .:
k: genuine native-born American v.!h- In Florida In- inspecting: the tax-assessment returns Mrs Idella; Ennia! Henry;; Garnett, : '1
trading posts were ,
was hailed at the "kIn& of Florida "I :from St. Johns county a abort time Mist Ethel Harlow MisS Mamie: ;
Miss Jeanette Rankin of : )
) His name was William Augustus tended for their use, but, that the ago, were struck by the amazing Johnson, Mr.. Sarah; Lloyd, M., V.; Missoula
OJowles. a native of Maryland. Spaniards were appropriating them CIutMIS.SIONMERCHANT' smallness of the valuation assessed Robinson Mrs. Miler; Story Sma B.; Is.the first Montana woman to ...k..tJ '(

F King Bowles reigned during the and had no, intention of distributing FKKL9BETTER against the Flagler- estate They Williams Miss Polly. the Oongrossional nomination. ...JT;'*''
year 1789, 127 year. ago. them among the Indians. He succeeded were satisfied it was far from being B. B. SIMPSON, P. M. '
During the American revolution, he in making many of the Indians believe IN EVERY WAY a fair valuation, in comparison with The Orlando Packing Company has

had been honored with some sort of him, his representations being, other tax valuation In that county. The three fraternal organizations been organized at Orlando, with a. .

command in the British army, but not altogether false' and he gathered Swelling and Plain boo and H. So Commissioner Patterson went to of Clearwater are planning to build a capital stock of $25,000 and will 4"-.
!bad fallen Into disgrace while .stationd around him quite a formidable followIng St. Augustine and investigated the
home at' date.
joint an early
with his command at Pensacola, though they were generally ,f Stronger matter and brought about .an up- erect a new packing house at once.

and was dismissed from the English the Creek tribe. -- heaval. _ __ __ _..._ __ I
Mrvice. He was of a restless and adventurous The Indians of east Florida (for 1 waat to teartlfy that Anfea. baa It was found that the Flagler "3- n
nature, and with a few Florida was at that time divided into don DM a world of good was U>e tate had an unquestioned value of not
Creek Indians he left Pensacola, afterward -I two sections known as east and west tr&teful 1 vtateonont of C. K. A h.c ot less than 32000000. This information CALOMEL IS 'MERCURY IT SICKENS! ,
joining: the tribe and marrying Florida) d1 not place much confience !- Ashland Ky., on****] In the commission I, was obtained from county records
a daughter of one of the chiefs, in the representations of the bu.lnM in that city and other authentic souio and show
the Indians. king nor did those of the Alachua dis- "For five yvaxs I >uff-4 untold
making his home among I ed the estate consists of stocks bo.d"and ,
trict whom he labored Mrontaa on aooount of rbauttuUlim In ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMIC
Just at that time the Spaniards among assiduously my lower limbs. MpocJtlly In refit. variqus other personal prooertv.Mr. .
drove the Indians out of Pensncolai I I to obtain warriors to help destroy which would swell up mn I could toy not Patterson says the valuation

and took possession of the town. i I I the Spanish power. I wear my .ho**. Often I just pimply easily could have been rained to $46
Bowles] immediately organized: a ]lanre I lie set up| his throne and established had to lay down and quit work I 000,000, but that it was thought advisable -
force of Indians and attacked the : )himself) in his capital at Micco
Spaniards, with great fury, but was kep, where his army was assembled, wnlllne away.. Tb. rheumatism pulni I'', pending more thorough investigation.The and get( a 60 cent. bottle of lod-
defeated.< As a reward for his under- I I making that place] also the base of have wiUkeJ fonf."I > St. Johns county commission- Better Than Calomel and d Doesn't Ron's Lwi Tone. Take a .Tmoonful.4s.| --

taking, the British restored him to1 supplies.] lie was publicly proclaimed had no tronbln five I mile want )to favor; but, becoming dissatisfied he1 "Kinff of Florida" by the Crocks, and using Andes Oil external and ay Andes I the State Tax Commission. As a 50perosnt Salivate or Mate' You Sick. right up and make you feel fine and
went to New York and shortly after- II at the head ofhis army ho' marched Prescription" \ Internal I am physically valuation is being used ovr vipnroiiB by morning I want you to go
ward to the Bahama islands. , wherehe against the Spaniards: at St. Marks, bettor In every wny.. ,the. State in assessing taxes, $16,000- back to the atom and (get your money.
was a portrait painter and actor. which place he managed to take )I.y "I feel Stronger. hMlthlor. morn ro- 000 will be put on the tax books for fAsten In mI'l! Take< no more sick. Mlftrin's Liver Tone is deHtroj ing the
The more or less erratic movements I surprise, but WOK afterward compelled bust I have a sharper appetite and 'the Flagler] estate, instead of $75,000, ening. Hill Ihllti"*" ralumrl when bilious orconatipHt sale of calomel! because it is real liver*
of King Bowles seem to he somewhat to abandon it, soon after whuh tho enjoy .my. mooJa... rn 'fact. all of my or- as in the past. The State tax on this .'il.! Don't I",... a U obscure at this. point. for the! next I'Indians rebelled against his authorityand KJUia know w thfAncS*m/ to b In bettor condition. I I fortune for 1916, instead of being: a I (' in mercury or qmckiiilverwlncli ran not salivate! make you sick

} time we hear of him he was engaged : gave him up to the Spaniards. tonI v4tJI...r and, a I.bulldr a areat, and nerve few hundred dollars, will be increased .....u.,'. iieornHix. of tho bonca.Caloiiu1 1 guarantee. that one spoonful of Dod-
.j in trying to establish a trading post I He was sent to Cuba and confined( daily tine during' the hot summer onpe- to $104,000. I wi lcmi i it comoB i into contact non'a Liver Tone will put your sluggish
'I' among the Creek Indians, under the in jail at Havana until he died, a few month.. It does sway with" that tiredal1aons.f.eJIng -' \u'ith Hour hilu craMics into it, breaking liver to work and clean your bowels of
t authority of the English government, weeks later. During his illness the and make you rnalUe PRAISE WITH A PURPOSE. it up. i 1 lila is w lieu. you f 1..1 that awful that pour bile and constipated waattt
II and he was at all times active in stirring Spansh governor of Cuba sent word I that life la worth living.1 t naiiwa" and cramping. If you are Mug- which ii clogging your system and making -
the to the former that he would lie ..fr. A>hnrii wtdorvoinent wax irlven anil "all I knockcc' out," if
J up trouble for Spaniards king the "I heard Mr. Subbubs cpeaking ,pint* your you feel. rni"'ra.hl." I guarantee/ that
p. among the Seminoles. with whom he pleased, to visit him, but Bowles to Andoa Andes maa. aivd there la en most beautifully of his wife to an- liver in torpid and bowels constipated l a bottle of Dodxon'x Liver Tone will

: did not have the same. influence .is swered by saying(': "I am fallen an-I xpuUni mILD the at Treat CotterDrug rvrmmtruoU; Store tonic.he I Iand .other lady on the rain just now. or you have l...... ache dizziness, coatedtoirjrue keep your entire family feeling fine for

;\ with the Creek's. indeed, but now so low) uS to '.. ,1 tells how It should b.. taken and j Rather unusual in a man these davs." if breath in had or stomach sour months. Give it to jour children. It is

'. He. informed. the Indians with. a Visit from tilGovei_ _nor of Cuba." _I tn. r .ult. that may be _:ipeeled from "Not under the circumstances. That just take a spoonful Harmless 1Jod8OD'S harmless; doesn't gripe and they like it.* .
- - -- -- ---------------------- IltJo _.
u Mr. Aahar'a statement li but was a new cook he was escorting Liver Tone on my guarantee. pleasant taste.

Socialist Party Indebted 1 1To I one men of and more women than have 200.000 told of of the grateful U neBU out.-Louisville. ...Courier-Journal. : -- ... -- ... -- ... .. - .,
c f, I[ iiiiIj I Kitsimmee Man for I i; "ANDES of Andaai PRESCRIPTION- so high- --- ;,-- ,, tIr- tII- oijI- .jf-- -tIr-- .. -u-- ->11-- -, .

lit Presidency Nominee I ly recommended by C. K. Asher of

Ashland, Ky., is now on sale in Kissimmee I What Does May-Stout Lumber Co.
I
by Corner Drug Store, the
To former Councilman J. D. Wood-
: It was a splendid topic about School exclusive agents.NATURAL .
I beck of Kissimmee is the Socialist Catarrh Mean?
life for C. E. meetings on Oct. 1. So L DEALERS IN
.? many boys and girls are leaving party indirectly indebted for ,the can- : GAS GASOLKNE:

home these weeks, and in our fewer didate it has nominated to the Presi- OUTPUT: MORE THAN House
school centers, others coming I. Building Materials of all
large dency of the United States. DOUBLES It means inflammation of a
in, that it seemed a vital subject. We I I
11, Mr. Woodbeck's advice and mucous membrane some-
would like to know how the various patronage -
l societies observed the evening. I I I guided Allen L. feenson into the Statistics just completed under the where in the head throat, Kinds

'\. I I'I' : career wherein he bocanvo' f,inous in supervision of J. Northrop: of the bronchial tubes stomach bil

"Are you going to the convention -'''literature and political economy and i United States Geological Survey. I D>c iary ducts or bowels. It always Novelty Works in ConnectionAll

\ ?" This should be a frequent''has achieved the distinction of becom- partment of the Interior, show thit: means stagnant blood the
l for meetings, in I I lug th'j picFidcntinl of
question! now, eight nominee apohtvnl
; the year 1915! was one of decided ox- blood that is full of impur-
a continuous succession, commence 1 party whch four years ago we ask is let ni figure on your estimates.
,' the last week of October and close polled almost] 1,000,000 votes. pan ion for the casinK-head gasoline ities. Left alone, it extendsuntil
; early in November. Surely it is time I In 1887 Mr. Woodbeck was publishing I industry. The quantity; of raw it is followed by Indigestion, Courteous! Attention and Prompt Delivery.

1': etery.society was getting its delegation -I the Otsego (N. Y.) Union. Mr. .gasoline extracted,! from natural gas colds,congestion or fever. It weakensthe

)::' list and money ready to send. Benson then was 18 01 19 years old and sold in that y<_ar amounted to system generally and spreads Us Phone 21 Kissimmee [Ia.
In the United Brethren society .,f and was teaching a ountry public i>5.lfi4f: : gallons, a gain cf 2 ,712- operations until systemic catarrh of -
J"' Tampa there is a wide-awake flower school. miles from Otsego. 0.53: : gallons, or 53 per cent, over the an acute illness Is the result.Peruna.
{ committee. For the last monthly I Publisher Woodbeck at this time luantity marked: in 1914. 'IL'I.iJfr- i.. % I.

illf business meeting, here is its report: needed a local-news "hustler"] in Ot- The average! price received for the -- - .
Boquets to sick 38; by Juniors, 5; I,sego. Knowing young Benson to he unblended product at the sources of
calls on sick, ''ft; religious literature of bright mentality and wide-awake .oooooooooooooooooooooooo oo.oooooooo.ooooooooooooo...
;. production was 7.9 cents a gallon, and
-t.. given or Rent o ut, 500 sheets. This temperament, he went into the coun- : the market value of the entire Is the nation's reliable remedy for

,' shows all the week, not just on Sun II try and talked the yotng pedagog $5,150,823!, a gain of 0.6 cent outputwas in aids this condition. check It restores and appetite, INSURANCE: andiRfALESTA 11Let 1 J
digestion, removes !
'Ii day. Winter Park and West Palm into becol Ig tl.e Union's local- average unit price and of $2,044,914, Inflammation, and thus enables the
societies also .
: Beach Congregational news Pporter.Love or 65 per cent in total market value, membranes,through which we breathe
have flower committees. Where are Stronger Than Journalism with 1914. us insure Life Health
) I compared and through which our food Is absorbed your your your Property.
the others?'
: 1 _- Benson worked one week as a re- The volume of natural gas utilizedin to do their work properly.
porter. Then he returned to teach the manufacure of this quantity of I Forty-four years of success,with thousands Information in regard to property for
,: .' In Miami a plan of organizing an the school he had deserted. The cause gasoline, exclusive of that recovered of testimonials, have establishedII sale and rent cheerfuliy given.
inter-denominational YoungPeople's
I
was that he wr.s enamored of a as drips from gas mains, is estimatedat as the home remedy-Ever-Ready-
in the various
to take
society young: woman in that neighborhood. more than 24,000,000,000 cubic to-Take. It* record of 'eucceae In addition to fifteen other
,, churches in town. There is to be a good companies, we
feet and the of
Two weeks after resumption of average recovery gasoline bolds a promise for you.
cries :of three kinds, of roeetings1aoclaJ hela teaching he met Mr. Woodbeck and per thousand feet was 2.57 gal now represent the well known ,j
literary and religious lons. THE PERUNA COMPANY

f monthly, 'making' four of each kind in had incidentally not, remained expressed with regret the Union that, he as The number of plants for the man- COLUMBUS. OHIO HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York )

'i -. the year, Why not combine the social -' he thought that perhaps bv so doing ufacture of gasoline from natural gag You can obtain Peruna In tablet form
and literature in and make =Ii=: G.A.Gr
one he might gain experience that would increased from 38 at the beginningof \ for convenience.DON'T ., :EI
two of religious religious\ nature T 1915 to 414 at the end of the
enable him to ge into larger field year, '
I I and become a successsful journ Ilist. a gain,of only 7 per cent, but the Second Floor Gttzens Bank Bldg. Kfesiinmee: Fla. : I' ,
Though Florida is making rapid combined daily rapacity" of the plants
Whereupon Woodbeck "flred"
i progress many ways, it is yet behind I, the man he had made Benson's suece..oiJr increased from 179,353 to 232,335 gallons ] ....00.0..00..0000.000 tooo. 0 00 0 00 000'00'.0..0.' .d..
I BOme states in local city unions of
and Benson was reinstated as about 30 per cent, as a consequence .oooo.oooo..o oo..o.oo..ooo.oo.ooo.oooo..oooooooooc *
'"" Christian ndeavor. One cheerful : !}' reporter. In this -position of the fact that many of them THROW AWAY YOUR
rr aspect is that in St. Cloud, St. Petersburg of 1914. TRADE MARK REGISTEREDPHOSLIME
he made a specialty of becoming operated during only a part
i' and some other places services acquainted with The production of casing-head gas
every newspaperman MONEYBy
were held at alternate C. E. churches olene in the United States in 1915
It, he could-and he got to Know
4I during the summer but C. E. fellowship
; States follows Oklahoma
many. was (by ) as : -
'"'I is too precious to be dropped 63 selling to peddlers. You
Rapid Rise to Success plan's, 31,363,991 gallons,
'f\;\ just because autumn and more work- After $2,361.029 value; California, 20 much better prices by
t era in every society have come. a year's work for the Union can get FOR
the "cub" reporter decided he wouldseek plants, 12,361,029 gallons, $975,397 _
value West Virginia, 114 plants, shipping direct to us.
; '
his fortune in the
It- Did know that Dr. Francis E. newspaper
you value
Clark is is field of Chicago. Within a week after 10,853.608 gallons, $927,079 ; VEGETABLES
4 seriously ill again, and to 139 We Buy Metals Rubber
Pennsylvania. plants, 5,898,697 ,
:
have a severe operation, and that Dr. his arrival in the latter city he -
''' William Shaw, General Secretary, wrote to Mr. Woodbeck that he had a gallons, $569,873 value; Ohio, :50 Rags, Sacks, Bones, Etc., "Used your PHOSLIME alone on corn past seaeon, vrall pleased
> plants, 2,198,715 gallons, $167,138
.; was badly injured in an automobile ;job on the Chicago Tribune. Succes. with the results in keeping the corn green, growing tall, earing
sively he went to the Times and 'he value; Illinois, 16 plants, 1,035,204 Etc. and Pay Highest well. Ears were large. fully
'i J1 accident, in one arm and the other gallons value Texas New developed, hanging heavy on stalk, corn
hand ? Also that Dr. Landrith's wife Herald, both in Chicago; next to the York Louisiana, $80,049 Kansas; Colorado, by the side of it, not having: any fertilizer: very inferior failed to
and
Prices Give
San Francisco Exar.mer then to mature in the same proportion. Its all
I} has been ill? One bright spot is that ; use on kinds of vegetablesgave
and 12
Kentucky, aggregating plants
I I Prof. Wells is again back in Boston New York city. He also engaged in good patisfaction: esporially on sweet and Irish potatoes."
Includes
d I 877,424 gallons, $70,253 value. ( -
'I Headquarters after long? illness at magazine writing and became one of PROMPT RETURNS IMMEDIATE
from DELIVERY
Ie: home and in hospital. Messages the foremost magazine contributorsin gasolene resulting natural __ n__ __ _ _
; :from our Sunshine department went the country. lie edited l'earson'sMagazine condensation in CRt mains. PRICE LIST MAILED ON APPLIOATION Prices j F. O. B. Phoslime, Fla.. In Bags

;;4 to all the just mentioned honored quite awhile. '
Use of Natural Gas Breaks Record
leaders. Mr. Benson delved into social and
..4" -- political economy also, with the result More natural gas was used in the THE PENINSULAR MET/L/ CO. CAR LOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD

::.,' In about four months Glenwood I that he became a socialist. As United States in 1915 than in any fLORI::=- -
JACI ;:, Presbyterians contributed for various I huch he easily is one of the foremostof other 628,578,842,000 cubic $9.00 Per Ton $10.00 Per Ton

causes about forty dollars. Miss | that school of political thought.The feet, which exceeds by nearly 37,000000 ,- 4? ,

.f Mary Russell, their secretary had j If Valley Gazette writer is familiar cubic feet or 6 per cent, the for- A'f WRITE FOR BOOKLET
with his lit'.- and mer record, established in 1914.
the good fortune of a vacation spent rary productions '
k- in Canada and New England. (That knows his to be one of the most brilliant ]- The average, price of this gas at the ; '. 6. FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE ,& LIME CO.
1', sounds cool and good). Glenwood isis ': minds in the United States. point of consumpion was 16.12 cents '!i )i W. : . --I'' :; '' ,
I in East Central district, wheie Eni Becomes Financially IndependentHis per 1,000 cubic feet, and its total rc"7l'il. ..,7.'yiiI BOX 462 i
OCALA
market value was $101,312,381, again fORLIDA
deavorcrs meet, I\t Oct.
i-'< Daytoaa "
j 3031. We are hoping to attend, has success been such in literature as to enable or journalism Mr.] of 0.22 cent in unit price and total of You don't have to be WATERS & CARSON CO., Kissimmee Agents i
7.6 cent in
,
l'If for there are many good friends to Benson to become financially independ..nt value$7,196,857 cmpared or with per the figures for a College professor, .-.4.
be met. added which he married \ I I" __ __
; to 1914. ___ ___ ___. _
r'4 The special worthy cause to be remembered a woman of wealth. She was not the or even an expert -- -

p:, for Florida Erideavorera is "flame" of his "cub" FIGS" 4
the
.t. the Children's Home Society. This days-not GIVE "SYRUP OF .. farmer to get paying ffcr.ps \ o..ooooooo.oooooooooooo oooooo oo .ooooooo..
who nearly his
one spoiled
career.
' TO CONSTIPATED: CHILD
is especially true of October when wltfiOnMSspedal
I That iJ.
.. romannoe never was consum
: another "Save-a-Baby Club" plan is I mated. He grew out of her sphere.He .
1"" to be put under way. It succeeded and his wife own a beautiful homeon Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm '
( l f finely two years ago, and here's hop Hudson river. tender little Stomach, liver eAr.rnourFe'rtilizer TAMPA

Jt ing it will do far better in Oct. 1916! lie realizes his iebt to Mr. Wor>J- and bowelsLook $$1.75?
,( Write Mr. Fagg! about it. beck. Meeting the latter after years I

GRACE A. TOWNSEND. had passed and after success had at the tongue, mother! If

f come in abundant measure, he grasped coated, your little one's stomach, liver AND RETURN
; PROADWA CAFECHANGES his hand heartily and gratefully and bowels need cleansing at once. .

... and exclaimed: "You made me what When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't brands
HANDS I am. Your advice and aid set me on sleep, eat or act naturally, or is feverish .
IT" the right track-put me where I be. stomach :Jour, breath bad; has fIr are designed to get i Oct. 15th 16th and 17th f .

J. L. Beaman has sold to J. H. long. Otherwise I probably would sore throat diarrhoea, full I of cold, biggest ,
possible
Smith the restaurant at 108 Broadway have remained an obscure school I give a teaopoonful of "California Syrup I profltlnthebandsof r$ ACCOUNT OF
-tj known as the Broadway Cafe. (l.eac her." of Figs" and in a few hours all :...

Mr. Smith will be recognized the foul, constipated waste, undixeflt- .
: Florida
among the numerous familv of that When your food does not digest ed food and sour bile gently moves average i Confederate Veterans' Reunion

name as the man who made a strong well and you feel "blue. tired anddis..ouraged i out of its little bowels without grip -B" growers under aver-,

tho unsuccessful contest for tho Democratic you should use a little ing, and you have a well, playful Florida
HERBINE at bedtime. It the child Ask fora age condi
44 nominee for sheriff of Osceola opens again. your druggist
county in the latest 'primaries. bowels, purifies the system and restores 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup r tions. Amongour iJifti j 17 18 and 19 .
Henry Jacobs, well known in Kis- a fine feeling of health and en- of Figs" which contains full direc- formulas m9ed ,
will serve the restaurant as ergy. Price 50c. Sold by Osceola tions for babies children of all ages ; are some i ; : '

,: its chef. Mr. Smith says he will Pharmacy. and for grown-ups. tE atl1tYOURnee4s. to reach original starting point by : : ,'j

4 :features strive! to of make bis the new service business and such other as The Seaboard Air Line -will erecta The Masonic bodie i of Orlando are i&; ? Booklet Is free. midnight October 22nd. ** .iA:

am to be expected in a stan4ard restaurant. new passenger depot at Dade Cityin planning to build a pew temple thatis f::. Armour Fertilizer Ii t\\ : VIA ,

: the near future. to cost $30,000 at an early date. :(
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? flu'' f MM last DIM Net Aftso TBS Heat Drive Out MalarIa Builds Up System The concrete seaw}ill_ along Me- .Jacksonville Fla. :: I Atlantic Coast Line 1'i\
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RTOAY., OCTOBER 6, 1.1< ... THE KISSIMHEE ALLEY GAZETTE PACE 7

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Bill will b. taken as confessed- '...relre fendant be- and- .h. Is ulred : no county shall 'have hint than three
Materials Are
New Clothing !I .r.dlth.: : to .appear to the tJU of oompl.lnt filed Representatives In the House of Ben THE fioR OA tfETALPRoeuctscm
: ordered that this Orderbe In said fauae on or'bafore Monday, resentatlves The memberi of the ,
I published once a week for four con i the 6th day of November, D. 1916otherwise Hous. of Representatives ahall b. I'
Unexcelled for Softness an Texture: eecutlve .....k' |n> thcSKIsslmmee' Valley the alterations 01's billwill elected fur a term of two years and MANUPACTURC
Qamette, a newapapfcr, published In I bo t.k.n..a. confessed by said di.nant. tho members of the Senate shall be ,
Paid county and tate.VJ. . .' elected, for a term of four. years, except METAL
.. OVERSTREBT, ,It'I. further ordered that this order as hereinafter provided. The election 'r.
NEW YORK Oct., 4,-.( Corres,; the neck and increase Clerk. Circuit Court. b. published. ones a week for.four consecutive for members for each branch shallbe CEILINGS
the coat
I as This Oct. 3. Kit. 4Xt weeks In. the Klaslmmee Val at > time and D places. :
pond IlC .)-With the bright ..ri.p lengthens.. Fur collnrs are particu icy Qaaette, a newspaper published i In term :r"oli':..: of Senators t..4T In : '
New York larly good stylo this fall. Hudson LAND\ TITLK JIOTICH .ald'Coun and Stats. 1818 shall expire. on the lit.. Monday : CULVERTS SHINGLES 1
October days here: seems: seal beaver This JOth day of September 1111. In April, lsi \ The term of officeof'
alive than ever, and tho f ',b- kolinsky fitch, ckunk TO THE FLORIDA INVESTMENT J. I* OVKRSTREBT.y Senators elected tn Kit from the fol I AND OTHER 1 ,/
more and rabbit are the pelts most 'uaeoJ.1 COM PANT, ,*nd to all whom It may : ,, Clerk Circuit Court lowingeountles., to-wlt:' Kscambla: I
ionable thoroughfare of the treat. Often the cuffs are W matching concern: ( 'Court Seal. ) ladaden; Jackson Leon. Madison.! La SHEET METAL .'
i TAKE NOTICE That the tSth day CLARKE KNIGHT fayette. Taylor Nassau Du-
on < ,
city are filled with crowds in new attire too, but in many instances only .the I of Heptember, A. D.. 1915 a petition was Solicitor! for Complainant. 40-lt val, Marion, dumtr4;"bj-.r Lee, k. JMATERIAL f'

which is exceedingly sm .rt. Ev- collar is of fur.Quilting. filed by Octavla N. K. frown. Ernest: Monroe Putnam Volusla Hamilton.AI- BUILDING ft 1

....:&..:. K. Brown and Horace, E. Brown, In the SEVENTH 'DIC-IAL CIRCUIT. STATE achua. Broward.. Liberty' Hernando CP. 'i '
,- cry ono wants new clothes what' autumn a New IdeaA Circuit Court. Uaceola County In Chah- OK FI.OHIIJA.IN TlllO CIRCUIT Plnellas, Tlrevard. Palm Beach and W lTt TODAY .
very novel I idea that has been : eery to establish Ms title to the ,following COIHT FOR OKCKOI.A COINTV Levy," shall expire on the flrat Monday AND ..JPCCMl, \ .
corns and every one seems to from Paris described, lands In said County: -IN CHA.VCK.Hl. In April, Slut! all other Senators to be f9RCATALOGVU QUOTATION, / v ,
brought i
have new clothes. is the quilted effect The East half and the Southeast elected In the :year 1918 their terms of JACKSONVILLE- . . .. .r LA.
The long top coats and the one- on suits; and even waists have Quarter of the Southwest quarter of HILl TO HUBT; TITLE. I f.rI'p: ; n 1I1.llr.Ayln the tint Monday
I been made in this style. The quilt. : Nine (9) In Township Twentyseven members of the S
piece dresses which are worn under is done (17) South. Range Twenty-nine T;> *. ........ Cosaplalaant, :i HoUse of Representatives I elected at "
iherji. strike one .s bcir.. of most ing by machine-stitching in I ( Stt) Hast and to re-establish a lout vs.. I the general election In 1911, their term t
importance this though tailored pretty designs rather than in straight deed. All parlies rlslnlas mm la- of office' shall expire on the first Monday DR. DERBYSHIRE
seasoni lines and the effect ii so different Now unless you appear on the !I 18th Iciest ssdee lleleailf- In April. 1921 and thereafter the
suits are I represented. from I day of November A. U. 1018. In said ftmn or l.. H.-Jeckius, deaesced term of office' of all members of the Doca General Practice: giving special
anything else that it has been Court and do hereafter as required by a r 0............ I.Scuds House of Representatives shall commence attention to Obstetrics and tMsceaea ef I',
very much admired. Satin and silk law against application I said petition described Is the Rill on the first Tuesday after the .
suits are made with deep bands of shall b'.lt: .., as cnnreaeed and .. osaslalBt Re.p""d first Monday I In April next succeedingth Women.orrice .
.
11 the title and estate of said petitionersshall ..... election At the general election : ovtR: PAIACC: DRUG STORE:
quilting at the of both skirts
edges
.be decreed and established according In ll>20. and thereafter all Senators to
and coats. Another way of .using the to the prayer of said petitioners : ORDER KOH III'H"I'I' BV Pl'HI.I- ,be elected shall be elected for a termof KISSIMMIS. ''t'na
R.al4Intce .
barred tour the term to the Pfcs s16 Ph.ise-r.... :
quilting idea is in touches on collar and you will be forever CATIO.V. years begin on ;1
from dlaputlns; the same I first Tuesday after the first Monday In
pockets and cuffs. Some quilteJwaists 10th Sept. 1515. It appearing from tile sworn 1)111 of April of the following. year except ;
have been further decorated J. U OVfeRSTHKKT.: Complaint filed In the above stated I that when a new county Is created. the
with French knots in heavy Clerk of the Circuit Court. Oaceola case that there are persons claiming Legislature shall at that time fix the <
yarn. County, Florida. an Interest In the property *hoae length term of the first Senatorto ALAN J. MacDONOUGH
Some of these waists are intended 42-t By 8 H. Bullock D. C.NOTirH names and places of resldenoa are un J> .ofe.d. therefrom at two or four 1

especially for sports. known over the age of twenty-one tears with the end In view of keeping Registered Architect I \
the number of old Senators In
OF ADMINISTRATOR. years and that there Is no person In abalance
Handsome One-Piece Dresses (Yes 11'1... DI.......*.) the State of Florida upo..> whom the with the number of the new." AND
One-piece dresses are so very pop- service of a Subpoena In this case Section S of Article VII of the Constitution ENGINEER.. ..
would be blndlnKIt Is hereby amended so a* toread
54.55 ef -
I. Court ef C..t .d.e.,
ular that they are used for all occa- Plerlea. Oseeols Ceaiaty I. therefore ordered that all parties .. follows: BRONSON BLOC. ItISSI....... FLA. '
sions and developed In widely varied claiming Interest as heirs leitatees "The I regular session of the Legislature / -
Prevatt. Sr. devlaees or "Krantees under or that shall I meet In 1917 shall apportion t I"
materials to suit the different occa- !. .e of fharleai f.
and r.lr.t; Is hereby fflven to all l whom through Helen Wiggins or I L. I). Jenkins the !representation In the J. A. TROV1LLION M. D.
sionns. A dress for chopping It may concern that on the lit day of deceased or otherwise, he and House of Representatives, as In this
Special Attention
the practical issues of life is the one )" A. I D. iSiS. I shall apply to1 appear "oh..thrrlrBnlft I of Complaintfiled article provided, which apportionmentshall to
shown her,; developed in serge andtrimmed : "c'jrobn"a .. T M Murphy. Judge of at Clerk of the be based upon the last census taken CANCER, GOITRE, TUMORS and
Circuit Court at Kisaimmee, Osceola by the State of Florida brhythe Ii
-i.---UISEASES
said Court. as Judge of Probate for ; OF THE SKIN.
| with rows of braid ni dif- final discharge as Administratrixof I Count. Florida on or before the Rule United States whichever I Is the last
I iferent widths. It buttons trimly my the estate of Charle. F. Preiatt. Sr. day In ..I..nuarn."t.. the aame bclQicthe taken. In the several counties of theState. Orlando Office-Boardmao. Building-

down the front from collar to hem. deceased: and that at the same time I let tiny ..r January A. F>. U17. Klae I and those that shall meet every StolIa.m.
will preaenl to said Court my final acCoUnts this Hill will be taken aa confeaae ten years thereafter shall apportionthe Winter Park Office-2 to 4 and 8
as fldmlnlatralrlx of said estate.and .. It I la further ordered that this orHerbe representation In the house of
:
to 8
ask for their: approval published once each week fortwflo Representatives In the manner In this p. m. sepl 6mo pdS.U.BUROCK

Dated June 9th A. D 1916. ( onnecutlve weeks In the Kalmm. article provided, which apportionmentshall
SARAH A. PRKVATT .',' Vjille>. (Musette a newspapernubllahed I he based upon the laat census
h 26-larno6tno Administratrix. and of general ci\Irculntlon In enumeration; taken 'Hy the State of '
Osreolii I'lMinty. l prior tn the auld Jan- Florida nr <>y the United States whichver
unrv iKt 1917 Is the last taken next before the
IN ( 01 HT OK ('01TV .ituAi. OM- \\ltntaa. mY hnnil and the Heal of Leglalaturu I so apportioning the represeniation !
( KOI.A ('OI >T' NTtTK CrFiAHl said (',,ut nt KissinmerFlorid ln, this shall convene"
4 i1\ i)' 28th iuy of ptemher A I M 1 91 1 1J ft. Section' 4 of Article VII of the Constitution -
I. OVHIIHTIIKKTCl la hereby amended so as to
...I. of JameeV.. lre.tl.. <'rlt of the Bald Circuit Court read! aa fotloWH"When REAL ESTATE
II.J\ ( Mini > any new county Is created hy
\ IlY THE JUIXJE OF SAID COURT. O. F 1 one Senator and one member of the
\Vh.r,.aa. Mary J. Prentls hAS applied House of Representatives, until the INSURANCE
to this Court for Letters of Ad- .:X 'Iltl.t IT ('01'11'1', STATE OF next enumeration provided for In Section

m Inlat rat Ion .on the estate of James W KI.OIIIDt. K\KVTII Jl'llIAI. 5. of this article, that shall. betaken
I'rentla deceased late of said County of (ieela.Thse. ( iANKlt1. new count v. or until the next census a
'T M. Ci. Hre. therefore to rite and ad- enumeration that shall be taken by
rnonlxh all and singular the kindred C.rare I.. ".,.d.r. (*ontplSlnaNt.. ) the United States of America after the .
and creditors of said deceased to bend 5. creation of the said new county. which Specialty.
appear "h..fore thin Court on or before HulInK !tnd.-r. efeaidaiit. e\er shall the aooner be taken after
the 211.Ih day' of (October. A. II'tlB. >. i --- I the crtHtlon of iald new county. whenIt
and file I any they : It ftpl..rl") | by affidavit appended shall be entitled tn one member of Correspondence Solicited.
: have: to the granting ,'f"L..It.. of Ad- to the bill filed In the above-stated the house of Representatives for every '

mlnlKtralon. on said estate. otherwise" cause I h"tI uli nit Sn\der the flffeml- ,ten thousand population, or the major
the same will be granted to said MAry ant therein named. is a nonresident of fraction thereof the same as ot Re-
... J Prentls or to some other fit personor the State of FlorIda. and Is a resilient. counties"
of Eagle 1'ans. Texaa over the age cf ,
New' Coats Have Large, High Collars \\ltneaa persons. my name as County J ul..paror..ald tw..nty-nnp years: It la therefore ordered A. Joint Resolution proposing tonampndm..nt Robert Riedel Co.:
this the 2Hth day of Septem-. that said nonresident defetidalie to Section 1 of Arlcle VI
The coats look so warm and comfortable atul 'he 1 Is heieby" required to
i.r the countaforeaald thin the 28th : appear of the Constitution of the State ef NOVELTY WORKS
with their large high collars day of September A. I). 191B. to the hill of complaint filed in Florida as amended by Joint Resolution -
that button snugly to the neck. Manyof ( Seal ) ,,,,I.. cause on or before Monday the No.2. Acts of 193. relating to House Bills a Specialty. All litirior FliishWinJou
T. 5!. MURPHY. fith day of November. A. 1) I 1011)); otherwise and
suffrage
the collars are made of fur or fur 41." County Judge. Ih..alh'I
c-loth which may be had in such good be taken as'confeaaed by snld defend- the State of Florida: and Door Screens .J

l imitations that only a very experienced IV ('IH('I IT ('01 KT. 1TATK OF .....0.1. ant.It Is further ordered that this order That the following amendment to 'Phone: Shop 216; Residence 231

eye could tell the difference. The : II).*. KK\KNTir .It IutiAi.lit. he published, once a week for four consecutive Section 1 of Article VI of the Constitution Darlington Are. Near Freight Depot
< I IT. OUCKOI/A: f'(fkl'MTl: weeks In the Klsatmmee Valley of the State of Florida be.. and
,.*materials for coats this season are ; IN: tllAIVCKUl. (OaEette a newspaper ,published In the same l la hereby agreed to and shall .
simply irresistible so beautiful are said County and State' be submitted to the electors of the
they in the rich warm colors and Mwonderfully > l .H. H. Alsalettm. < oxvlsilaiaait.; This j"th day of September 1i16J state at the general election In 1916 I 1
S... for ratification or rejectionSection W. B. Crawford J .
I OVIRTI4ISET.Clerk Lee Jamil .
soft in texture. With- : ......1. A. XlBsrletoB, I>..'..d.... > Circuit Court. 1. Every male person of the
out being heavy or they are Circuit Court Seal) age of twenty-one years and upwardswho CRAWFORD &: JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW J. I
enough for dumsr'weather. It appearing: by affidavit appended to Z. Haps. hi a citizen of the United States
warm @ tcC&Li. the bill filed In the above-stated cause Solicitor for Complainant 40-4t at the. time he applies to register she
Among the very nowoct Materials that Jennie A, Hlnffleton. the -defendant be deemed a qualified elector at all : .
are Bolivia cloth a rich fabric with a therein named Is a nonresident of HKK: ITII J1KKIAI. CIRCIIT burella soft the tate of Florida and i Is a resident IKCI'IT' State of Florida.rrfvlded.. that he possesses Bank
sheen and weave KL.OIIIDA. COURT OKOSIKOI.A BuildinjrKissimmee '
; open or the United States and that she i la the following additional qualifications -
( (
|'NT1
IN
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somewhat like homespun but very over the age twenty-one. years: It la CHANCERY.Myrtle : FIorldM
much more attractive and finer qual therefore ordered that said nonresident He shall have resided and had his
there defendant be and she Is hereby permanent home and place of abode In
In addition to these are B. LI..I'.
ity. required to appear to the bill of complaint the State of Florida for one year and .c
the more well-known wool velours One-Piece Dress or Serge filed In said cause on of before .....s Cesaslalsasit.Heirs In the county wherein he applies I to )

wool plushes and wool velvets as wellas I Braid-Trimmed Monday.. the 6th day of November. A. of T..... W. Painter.deceased. register foi six months, previous' there- 1 ", ,
I). 1911-otherwise the allegations of to.
.
many other fancy coatings. From Parquin comes an exquisite said bill will be taken aa. confessed by Rrss>.SMle..4s. He must be able to read; write ..ndtnt.ret DR. W.-W. CARSONDENTIST' 0 '
In the development ,
A pleasing note said defendant TO TITL.B.To any section of the Constitution -
WILL QUIET
of the new coats for fall Is the use ofbrightcolored one-piece dress of brown Georgette It Is further ordered\ that this order of the State of Florida at the time .. .
A hand I,I crepe to. be slipped on over the head. b* published once week for four all .parties clalml/r" an InterestIn he applies to register. and vote. '
linings. very is trimmed with dull gold embroidery. consecutive weeks In the Klsslmmee II. must own In his own right property .
some Imported coat of navy blue j lIt and Valley Qasette, a newspaper publishedIn the Thos.followingdescribed W. Palmer deceased prop..rty.und.r orotherwise to the value of not, less. than five 01f.Ieeo.r Pill y. BuIlding :
which The skirt lo quite long said' County and State. hundred dollars, which fact shall h'
had bright cerise lining to-wlt HEot NW- '
a : Hours t
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serge pltlco -tl. -
ahqwed when the fronts were rolled weighted with a deep band of beaver. This. s.PtemJ.e.'i..IS A'HTJYT.: : and fractional B.W'or NEof Sec. determined only by the assessmentboeks Office 'Phono Ml Residence 'PII_* ..
V of the at the time he
beaver collar and deep of R SO E. In coupty Gas
25 S.
opan. Glimpses of it are also seen in. fur. A high Clerk Circuit Court 1C. Tp. Florida. OsqeolaCounty applies to register and vote. Administered for BztraeUea .(

th *4u ing of the collar and cuff! I I cuffs of ,the same finish the neck and (Circuit Court Seal You and each of you are required toappear He must not have been convicted Teeth
that sleeves while the front has a soft JOHNSTON" QARRETT. to the bill of complaint filed previous to the. time he applies to reg-
*- Other charming combinations Solicitors for Corn plainant. n... iter or vote, of larceny robbery forgery -
blue velvet vest and a touch of the herein on Monday Dec 18th. 1.1.. I
have been aeen in the way of liningsare This order to be published for IS perjury or bribery In any "f
brown with light blue and black same velvet appears on the loose girdle NOTICE OPELECTION.. consecutive weeks- In the KissimmeeValley courts of any State or of the United
of Georgette which is arranged States, or If so convicted he must
Osxette. a weekly
with cerise. I below the normal waistline. Another To the Sheriff of Osceola County of the In Klsslmmee, Oscsola ne..apap..rrUbll.ht"d Coun have been. restored to the rights of clt- GEO. F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW I

Like the coat in the illustration, a frock of State of Florida, .. iar'nship.Provided. "
great many models show Ute straight charming one-piece was He It known That I. H CLAY Witness my hand and seal this 19th however That no personor
down the front with gracefully I light blue chiffon velvet with skirt CUA WFORD. Secretary of State of the day of Sept. 1916. lineal dencendentof any such person Collections and Conreyane ,
closing to long body. Narrow State of Florida do hereby give notice J. L. wno was on January first. U87. or
a OVERSTRI9tT.
curved lines at the sides. The gathered that a General Election will be held ;in Clerk Circuit Court. prior thereto entitled to vote under "
and the
back and sides are belted. Some gold braid trimmed the body (aceola County. State of Klorlda on (Circuit Court Seal) the Constitution and laws of any of the Snecialtiea (

are very fun skirt had two wido strips of gold Tuesday next succeeding the first Ilryan & Pledarer.. States or Territories.I or entitled tovote all 1-. Broadway
models on the contrary braid hanging at either side over the Monday In November D. 1118 the Solicitors for Complainant 4fl-Ht under any form of government .
at the back and have no belt at all to said Tuesday being 'heA. or any naturalised citizen or his descendants -

confine ths fullncsc which startc at hips. Seventh l).r ef Novesaber.. NOTICE: OK KL.BCTION.Wbejeaa. shall be denied the right toregister C
and vote because he shall not
For United States Senator from the
be able to read write and Interpret
State of Florida for six years from
MAY CAUSE MRS. A. A. KENNER DEAD March 4. 1917. the Legislature of 1915. under any section of the Constitution of the T. M. RIVERS. ;
PEANUTS
For Six ((6) Presidential Electors.For the Constitution of 1885. of the State of Florida. as above provided or M.D.
DIGESTIVE TROUBLESAt Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ken- one Representative of the State of Florida did pass three joint because he shall not own property of
Fourth Congressional; lstrlct of the resolutions proposingamendmenta to the value above specified naturalisedrltllcna PHYSICIAN and SURGEON i
the of tho peanut ner in Kisaimmee will regret; to State of Florida In the Sixty-fifth Congress the Constitution of the State of Flori of the United States, however Office
beginning of the United States da. and the same were agreed to by a at the time they apply ami before thev over Osceola Pharmacy :
feeding season each year innumerable learn of the death of the latter, For Oovernor of the State of Florida. vote of three-fifths of all the members shall be admitted to register shall 'Phono Residence IS

losses occur which fro! frequently which occjrfd: at their home, in La For Secretary of State of the Stateof elected to each house; that the voteson present lo the registration officer cer.jiileate Office 141.
cholera. A great Florida I said joint resolutions were entered, i attributed to hog Mesa Calif., on July 4, 1916. For Attorney Ueneral of the State of upon their respective Journals with I authenticated( ropy thereof
deal of this trouble says A. P. Spencer and Mrs. Kenrter formerly Florida the yeas and naYs thereon and they Sec 2 Upon the adoption of this
Mr. were
district agent for the University For Comptroller of the State of did determine' and direct that the said amendment to the C' ,n..tltlltlon, the U. F. KRII3BS W. J. STKin
Division is due residents of this city and have a Florida. joint resolutions be submitted to the 1."III..lalurp shall. enact appropriate
of Florida Extension large circle of friends here who will For Trea.ur.er of the State of electors ofjJe S->at., pI-.+heig'" ncralliiTSTovember I law a to carry the purpose of thlaainendnif
KRIBBS & STEED '
to the digestive troubles. Peanuts with the husband in his Florida election I 1916. nt I Into effectThe .
are aihghly. concentrated feed and if sympathize For Superintendent of Public In- Now. therefore, 1. H Clay Crawford ---- -- -
the free run of the bereavement. stiuctlon of the Stole of Florida Seen.lary of State of th. State of riorIda 01.. vast I In compliance with ATTOHNKYS AT LAWLegal "
given
hogs are For fommlaHloner of ARrlculturo ofthe 1o hreiy give notice that general I
'ha :: saul lrt.s.l ani< ndinentnan l thiinvann
pastures before their digestive organs m i it I I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I n 111 I I I State of Florida. t lectlon will be held In eu< eoin-) .'; .rlnratlnna,. and rctlirnnthereof business of all kinds (lTea\
can become accustomed to.the change For Two Justices of the Supreme IV In Florlfla on Tuesday next Hlicr. ed-. Hliull I... ..Ioj..d to the ...an.1"ul"II..01" ..* ,i
Court of the Stiite of Florida log the first Monday In Nov.-mh..r. \
prompt attention.
result. ,.
Ii IiI nod reHlrlctlonn
trouble aa aretiiovld'cl
of serious may i :
feed the hi Tui-aility, being III')
LegalAdvertisements For One Railroad Commlasloner of I) 11116. nil pious .
i l Iov In w for general ci-
Even though their overloaded organsare the State' of Florida seventh day of November for I the. rat In I tin. state of I'lorldaIn Offices II and IS State Rank Did*.

able to cope witl) the excess i.f I For State Senator for lith Senatorial itt..... t..n or rij'tlon of ( he sold joint,. teMtltnony whcr,,of I have, hereunto Klsslmmee Florida.Pat .
\ Dlatrlct of the State of FloridaKor aoltitloiin propping( amendment to .
-eat a 1 .t hnncl and affixed the flrrat
animals
a
roy
,
rich which the
feed I I I11 one Member of the Ii(.us.. of I the ( 'onatttutlon to the State uf I'lor 'Seal of the State of Florida at lallaliaaac j,

great deal of feed] will\ be wrsted. ii.-presentatives. of the State of Flor- lihu vi. . the Capital. .. title the twenty,fifth

Concentrnted ietdn, whether given .- IIIIII I III1 I I I b I I I P I I l IdAFor l day of July A. n 1916 1 Johnston a. P.
( A Joint anlutloii proponing an arn..n.1I"t Garret
Bounty Judge. i
in troughs or grazd: from pastures, In ,t'ountv Court in and for OHreolaCnuntv For Sheriff' 1ctKctlon 9 of Article 9 of the. (Seal) H CI.AY CRA'VI"OHO.31lmo. ,

should be fed in small amounts until Florida It T. Butler plillii- For Clerk of the Circuit Court. State Constitution.. relutlliK to taxatlon Secretary of State. JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW -1

the become accusotmed to Lire, va. Jullua INarce, d"r'ld""I. AnaufnpHlt .. For Prnsecuting AttornevFor and financeBe .
porkers I. clamaKes $100, Noi fr. of nalc "
County Assessor of Taxes It Kesulved bv the Legislature of
them. During this c'-angfl: it will [he | To all whom It ma\ concern Notice For Tax Collector the State of Florida: ,

wise to allow the hogs run of the l! in hereby: Klven; bv the underHltfiit For County Superintendent of Public R.-:1::: the following artiendnient:: ol Ask your Grocer Offices 10, 11 and 12 CItizens Bank
two hours a dny for a c1 HH sheriff, of Osceola County, Instruction.For 9 of Article 9 of the Conatltutlon ""\
peanuts BuildingKlaalmmee.
only of I Florida that UH Much aherlff. acttnirunder County Surveyor of the State relating to taxatloi
while and grass pasture the rest I and hy authorIty i ur a writ of For Five County CommissionersFor and nnanr. Is hereby agreed to and For Yla.
the day. In this way an. acre will 1 xerutlmi heretofore Issued out of the Three Members of the County shall be submitted to the electors of
twice too mumbec of hogs be- j above named court upon a judgment Board of Public Instruction the State for adoption or rejection at .
arrry In the Hlmve Htyled rase rendered In For Justice of the Peace In and for the next general election hereafter ]
cause they will not waste any feed favor of the plaintiff and against the the following Justice Districts vie: that ls to say that Section 9 of Article GHEEKNEACSCOFFEES

and the danger of digestive troubles d, n'.I'F-"d: :I heretofore I levied No.. 1 2 S. 4. 5. S. 7. 8. 9 of the Constitution of the State
will be minimized. upon car taken aft the property For Constable In and for the follow. be amt.Jed to read as follows: J. W. THOMPSON 'i
I of d Julius rard and IYiK Justice Districts, ..Ie: No. 1. 2. S, "Section 9. There shall be exempt
turn'their "lh'.a: ;: ;
In many cases farmers will. expose same for will 4. 6 6. 7. 8. taxation propnrty to the value of "
hogs on peanuts before they become-+T<,11 the name at public auction In front In testimony Whereof I have hereunto oem hundred dollars to .every widow FUNERAL DIRECTORand '
Such feed is good for of the court houae at Klaalmmee Osceola set my hand and affixed the. Oreat that ha. a family dependent on her for u . 1
ripe enough. County Florida on the 6th day Seal of the State of Florida at Tallahaasen support and to every person who Is s
!growing pigs but forfattcninsr ani"aIs of November A. 1916. between the the Capital this the twenty bona nd. resident of the State and has Jt
the nuts should be well ma- Ideal of Male for cash tn the to day of August A. D. 1916' lost a 41mb or been disabled In war or !
.-! ...ro"d beat bidder Purchaserahall tured.It for hill of sale Thla the 6th Secretary of State. 'Best Test
is also advisable to divide hte day pal" A I>. 1818 L. H InU.4t- To L. H. Ingram Sheriff of Osceola A Joint Resolution proposing: 4"o by Every Store and Chapel, Stewart AT* )
pasture by cross fences. This will icram as sheriff of Osceola County'I' County. .(-2mo amendment to Sections 2, S and
Article VII of the Constitution of the
enable the hog to clean up .a patch IN rIRCUETCOURT./ STATE' or State of Florida relating; to census Kis.4ms.1 51*.

with minimum waste. These plots ORDER OK PUBLICATION. 'LOR.DAID"ENTK JUDICIAL' and apportionment l

can be pastured clean in this way early I. ...
enough to allow planting a fall or .....'..1.1 tlrmlt .f the State .. That the following; amendments to .
winter crop. If .no cross fences aroused : 141.144a .. aad f.. 01. .. w. 0..__,.. the Constitution of the State of Florida M. TILLER
of the land can be plowed i t..t7. I. C..._..,.. a C.......... ......... be, and the as me, are hereby aareedlo
none ..... .. and, shall b submitted to i"a.MAct1
cud existleg the same AW MI '
ntil the whole is pastured clean. i W. L<. Bonner Complainant laws .. ... State .1 > >i 1". ..etors of the State at the reneralc'ton Real state Agency j j
v.. dILL FOR DIVORCE .....re... C.platcat.. In 1915. for ratification or re- | ;

If the child starts In Jti sleep H&ttle 8. Bonner. Respondent. V.. [ .'' : % I N E RY --...__, L.---a.uu--- 4
grinds its teeth while sleeping picks I It appearing by evidence. appended J. R. 0....._ Jr, Or... \s. ''ion l of Article VII Is hereby .t
fickle to the Bill filed In above stated cause KImmoT 0........ kU ...... X., rI ao .11 a to read as follows: AND < > Realty bought ahd sokl $
.t. tfee nose has a bad breath, that Hattie 8. Bonner Respondent Th Tasspa Hardware T-I- itKlnliituresthat. shall con

.appetite, pale complexion and dark therein named Is a non-resident or the Cmmkmmmr, m Cot mm*sitleswmmm I rr--vh<. yea r\of 1.1. and thereafter ALL SUPPIJE5 ! Housesreisted. '
it has worms; State of Florida and a resident of Medina Ksssmsi P.. R. Csisa-. '.Tifi> t 01 one member of the .
rinr. under the eye; State of Ohio and I. oV.r the are : _.. De......... ...-,,at., fron\eacH county In the State, ! Taie. paid and Title rcrifiatl) ; <_ '
_S and: as long: aa they remain in the of twenty-on. years. and that there Is i I and of tins waetnroer of the House efP '
_ S Intestines that child will be) aicWy.r no person In this state the service ofsubPoena It appearing b affidavit appended < pre ntatlvesirom each county IP : for noa-rudsats. t
WWTE' CREAM VERMIFUGE open whom would bind suchreapondent i to the bill shad 'in the abovestatedeaus i the Htntu for every ten thousand of < > Fir Uf awl A ciJ* t; ; that Emma' T.> R. Cam-h II, one population therein or ta* major fines I ,
Clears out the worma' Uo.gUMn the. It Is. ordered that said non-resident I .( the defendants therein I named. 4* a lion th.r..o'b...* there may b< a major eanaace. < ;
stomach 'and bowel-and"pwt the litHl .- reanondent be and she Is hereby r- I nonresident of the state of Florida, and fraction. Uf over. after dividing. / /ii' '
"health ""and, \' one on.the roadto plaint filed In feaJd cense on or before t....... 8taM of:Nw Jersey over ,lh. eounty by the number ten thousandProvided. 14 1-,V- .. .: i l
cbeertum.n. <; PrIce 26e pr .bottle. j i I Monday the eth day of Nove!aib.r131AetII.rwise.tk.&UetUItiOQS age. of twentyoneyears: It Is there- . ., that each bounty snail have. .

4 :,&U *y Oseeol Phariie7.-' or..e&14 tort ordered ..that ..Id. nonresident de at least. one. RprsentaXlv* and that : >- > :.
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FACES .. THE' KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE E FRIDAY, .OCTOBER l1

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.. " " . . . .1..1. DAUGHTERS OF WESLEY COMMISSIONERS BOYS ENJOY PICNIC''' FLETCHER BECOMES HEAD ;
COUNTY I I'Mr
The members of the Daughters of D. I. 'Walling Tr accompanied: "a QF ,IMPORTANT... COMMITTEE +
j # Society Notes i iMr Wesley Sunday-school class combined The' -Senator1;; Clarice;
MEETINGContinued death of
\ < business with pleasure Thursday afternoon party of youngsters on a day' outing of
Arkansas makes Senator Fletcher of
in a meeting at< the country ( from Pace One.) >Friday, when they crossed the of ,
chairman
the
home of Mrs D. G. Warner, their trestle and pteniced on the shore of Florida, the important
of
", ( .. E. E. Well., Editor.) teacher.A age and .fifty-one\ children below committee on commerce. This
semi-annual election of officersresulted 18 Very of ag*. Lake Tohopekaliga. Here they spread Is a great promotion. The committeeon
( : truly yours. their dinner which included barbecued commerce handles a vast variety'
+ It...... b *a
the Editor for these Vice Pre.ident--1III. Ella Mae Gil- -- was spent In swimming. ,, and harbor bills and shipping/ Ieglda.i'tion. I
sf Society Events 3. pablicatiosj IB colnau.I bert. Complaint From Fifty-Fire Voter. In the party were Mrs. D. I. WallIng ;
Miss and Taxpayer: of District No. S. Keffer Glenn '''
. . . _ _ _ _ . . . . Secretary- Mildred Lee. Harry Benjamin It's always more. economical to ..
- - - ''andLewis jy
G . . . . . . . . . . . gg..g.-.a.o.. ton Assistant Alderman.Secretary-Mrs. DeWil-. Commissioners.To the Honorable ,Board the undersigned of County- Wayne Herttel.Walling, Paul Grubb I measure materials in cooking them ,,4.t.t ,'1

PYTHIAN SISTERS Fripp and also the first drill in par- Assistant Teacher-Miss Clara citizens and taxpayers of Osceola than it is to guess at them.
liamentary rules. Ledbetter. county, of its District No. 5. humbly i, :t

The Pythian Sisters and a few At the recent meeting for the Introducer-Mrs. E. E. Wells. ask the honorable Board of) County .... '" .... '" .... .... .
friends were very delightfully entertained teachers {given by thin, club in the Membership Committee-Miss Nind Commissioners that the old govern- v- ".- .- "" "" 3|
at the home of Mrs. Roma happyrinformal "come, let us reason Bratton, Miss Louise Clark, Miss ment road which haw, connected the
Thomas Wednesday afternoon with together" spirit tjiat/ filled the meeting Kent' east coast with the west coast for m
r Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. H. R May as there were offered several] worth Visiting Committee-Mrs. J. Z. more than fifty years, and running PREPARE FOR THECOOLWEATHER
., *. In a unique contest which while suggestions.Miss Roberson, Mrs. G. W. Persons, Mrs. between Bassenger and Fort Bassen- &>
had been arranged for the diversion of Mary C. Bryan aptly and I Guy Gardiner. I frer, and which up until now, 1916, was 2*n
the guests the prize was awarded tot cleverly! gave as her echo' .01 vacation Social Committee-Mrs. E. E. the only government public road
Mrs. F. C. Bryan and a consolation days a p-ep on the other side. Miss\ Wells Mrs. A. W. Bailey, Mrs. C. south of Fort Kigsimmee be put in
{ prize Was received by Mrs. Holmes Bryan usuall"! lives her summers in''' Hilton. passable condition. This road was
Prather. The afternoon closed with the teacher world among piled-up'I Mrs. G. W Persona and Miss :Mildred I established by the government.at the
refreshments of sandwiches, olives hook! and university professors. This Lee were appointed delegates to time of the Indian war, some fifty or I
wafers and tea when the hostesseswere summer who knows. },ut' what she the Wesley convention at Ocala at an sixty years ago, and since that timewe I I IT IS COMING SOONOun
assisted in serving by Mrs.:: caught a lu-ight.-r, gleam, a wider vision I]early date. I who have been born and raised! ,:
'' O'Bryun Misses Cecelia Overstreet! a closer touch to truth's, Uj\l'nH'nt I! .Fifty dollars were pledged to the and lived here a half century have I I i
Lucy Buckles and Katie Thompson.The ( hem in her association with parent I| orphanage at Enterprise, this sum to I not known of any crossing: other than ;II
event was enjoyed byMrs.:: and child in rural byways. I i I he raised l.v the members of the class this; and above nil, strangers travelers -
J. W. MrsK.. Gardner, :Miss: Aultman led UK !II> the hand, '''
y during the year. I and tourists who daily pass do : LINE of
Mrs. F. S. 'orrell, ::III''', Thad Oliver as it were, to the little country school i,, During the" social hour following a not know of any other crpnsing on { Outings are complete in
I tij; Mrs. J. L. Benman, :Mrs.: :M: S. ::May 1 house where .she hud spent! a .sumInwr's 'delicious' ice cream course was the Kissimmee river but this one. |i %
Mrs. J. F. O'Herry Mt-H..1. A. Barclay day.V heard'', mentally saw, served. I From the west side up to the new 'I colors, plain and figured; at lOc \
Mrs. S. E. Gardner; :Miss: Uzzie the woes. us w.IIII' the joys that came Those in attendance if1eudedlrR.] : : iron bridge we have a fortyfootwidecounty
Thompson, Mrs. T. :M.: Rivers :Mrs.: 'to that little group life she so ably] G. W. Persons Miss Lola Lawler : public l'Oad. which bus just per yard ; Cotton Flannel, bleached and i j
44 L,. K. Farmer Miss Effie Lawson described.' Miss :Mildred: ].! '' Lee, Mrs. DeWilton Alderman been finished by the l DeSoto county
Mrs. A. B. Bell, Mrs. George (Over- I .1. :M. Will",". Jr., gave the crux I Mips. Virgil Kent Miss Cleo commissioners. This forty-foot roadis utibleachpd, lOc per yard. See our %
street, Mrs. :M.: I. Stout Mrs. K. I'. |lor the situation that exists in our Wooldridire, :Miss: Louise Clark, :Mrs.J. I cut through, grubbed and cleared iiqw
Butler, :Mrs J. H. Prettier, Mrs. S. j Florida ..('hool. -ylI. in. all our /i. Roberson Miss Ella Mae (Gilbert :, |from Avon Park and Sebrinjr.i line of Ginghams t
'1, <;. Kagtulale] Mrs. G. W. Persons schools everywherethat wherever Mis Clara Ledbetter. Mrs. r.. //I. 1 through the prairie, and Up to the 'I II they are beauties, at ;#
Mrs. Julius Smith Mrs. Elizabeth I there be efficiency in mental work Ingram, :Mrs.' I D.) G. Wagner and new iron bridfp in DeSoto county. .
!t, WarinK, Mrs. J. ('. Griffin. Mrs. H. M: 1. laxness in physical (efforts th.- primal daughters Misses Maude Alice and :I I Now we humbly ask the honorable I lOc per yard. Another line of Ginghams, ify
Breaker, Mrs. W. L. Pnulk. Mrs. J. cause may be found in impaired eyesight Adah Miss Louise Thomason Mis. E. ''I Board of County Commissioners to '
as Z. Roberson Mrs J. D Jeffords Mro. [ impaired hearing, bad teeth.pre'alent E. Wells and Mrs. Ordas :keep this old government road this I all colors, at 6c per yard ; Serges in all
J N; C. Bryan, Mrs. F. C. Bryan Miss hook-worm or its incipiency 4 ft sid (on the east side of the Kissim-
1 Cleo Wooldndge Mrs. L. H. Ingram.) ( ground itch), or some bodily ail CHRISTIAN CHURCH'S PASTOR mee river, in Osceola county) in good colors, 49c per yard ; 3 spools Bucilla
'i Mrs. Henry Aultman Mrs. Vern-r ment. condition and to build a wooden + r.
aN' Ellis, Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan. Misses Principal R. M. Evans respondedto : AND HIS FAMILY SURPRISEDLast brid e. It is preferred in place of I Crochet Thread for 25c. A
Lucy Buckles, Cecelia Overstreet the query "How can the club I grading. new lot of
t Mrs. H. R. May and Mrs. Roma I help] ?" by giving: many suggestions Friday night Rev. A. M. Chis- I We, the undersigned citizens and 'ft
i Thomaa. all good, all possible. He stated the holm and his family were genuinelysurprised taxpayers of Osceola county, who live Crepe de Chine Waists, at $2.48 each v>? (
090PRiSCILLA praiseworthy fact that Kissimmee by a considerable numberof '
t here and around Bassenger, all together -
CLUB schools are almost exempt as to tardiness the members of his congregation about fifty or sixty families $
and irregular] attendance.' One despite an all-day rain had prevailed
; must hav.3 this road in good condi r*
Mrs. L. R. F-i.-mer and :Mrs.: T. M. thing he mentioned which I lies within I and] the night: was threatening.So tion. A good many of us, and our r*) "
Rivers were hostesses Snt"r.
: ; to the Pr' .cilia ('1'b at the that i is. there are pupils who do not Mrs. Chisholm senior, was retiring 1 j I across the river. There is plenty of Dollar Limit Store
maintain regular hours. :Mr. Evans for the night; when the first automo- .
p handsome tern of the Intt.-r. I work over there at all times and we I
}j Pretty needle;] work nod conversation requests parents to restrain their bile arrived. Mrs. Chisholm, junior, i find work on the other sid always. '
children] from social entertainments ejaculated, when she heard the vehicle Where Your Dimes Last
supplied amusement "or( the I Then the merchants have opened Like Dollars {
u' guests throughout the aftsrnoonand during the nights that follow the arrive: "My there" is some one business on this side of the river in I

refrechner.tc of sandwiches, wafers ,school days. He also referred to the I coming mmd to and be married.increased She her changedher Osceola county, and the people on G. W. PERSONS CO.,.Props. PHONE 193 $.
wonder-
fact that too often high school pupilsare I with'
and tea were served. Miss Lucy' the other side of the river trade
Buckles and Madge and Eunice Riv- I much overworked in church' and I ment when the next automobile chugj j, us; and when the load is not in good &
\\i< ers assisted in servin general welfare inll"re.h-it being ICed holm up to a stop in front of the Chis- condition we lose our trade. I 11/1l nes...111/. to.J'.. + Th'ose-present were Mesdames A. easy for older people to crowd upon I home at Royal and Orangestreets. We hop that the honorable Boardof C %
Cotterman. Elizabeth .Waring, A.W. ||I youth the activities which weary County Commissioners will attend - -- -.- /
$ Winn, Roma Thomas Wallace Bell, I them (parents) seemingly forgetting Then the "pounders" swarmed in to this immediately as the new iron >rr
r Haniinoc'iC. ''that the adolescent] already I and took possession of the house and :
J. D. Jeffords. G. L. ; J. J. period bridge on the Kissimmee river will <
', Woodall, H N.J Brr.tton, O. B. Seiver'ioverburdened with high school requirements the evening. Many tokens of appre- I be completed wihtin the nxt.eightydays. &
W. L. Paulk H. W. Morrow.. M, made necessary by rigid ciation were showered on the pastor I i For Your Complexion's Sake .
+ Story I. M. Gardner J. C. Woodall i I I requirements in colleges, is a great c and his wife and the occasion became j I i j .
entertainment.
of fun and other
C. E. Hilton May and E. E. Wells ,drain upon the nervous; system of the one Thirty-Six Petitioners Want rf
and Misses Mvrtle Collier, Ruby :'child. I| 1 Dr. Rivers made a felicitous speech I E ENyal's
i1 : ; in behalf of the congregation to which BasHenger-St. I.ucie !Road Opened.To i USE
i I I Along this line came the remarks
t? Whidden, Lucy Buckles. '
:Mr.: Chisholm the Honorable Board of County '
appropriately *
responded. ,
(,bv Prof. B. :M.: Davidson with his i
C. E. Yowell and A. W. Winn Commissionei: I
'' for bodies
clean healthy through
't G. A. R. CIRCLE ,''plea clean' healthful I sports. i| contributed informal talks. Gentlemen: We the undersigned I Face Cream
I I A mother spoke briefly from the A piano solo] by Miss Gugsie Winn, registered voters and taxpayers of 11 >
'+ A renewal of friendship meeting !'standpoint' of the parent and the general : a reading by Mrs. M. S. May ("Hans Precinct No.7. do hereby petition I x
;1 was held in the G. A. R. hall in the I|> welfare spirit with the thought (''Hanson's Philosophy"), a song by your honorable body to open up the I ". WITH PEROXIDE
Graystone Casino building Wednes- j I( that every child has a right to the i Miss Susie Speer ("When You and I road leading from Bassenger! to the
1 day, Sept. 27, by the ladies of the i great abiding, assuring; love so well Were Young Maggie": ), a reading by St. Lucie county line, known as the VANISHING - SOOTHING
,, Circle, 20 in number (and more inI expressed by Kipling in his :Madge: Rivers ("Children's /Hour"), Okeechobee road. I %
talk), and a few of the old veterans. a piano solo by Miss Abbie Harris, a
r Avery enjoyable hour was spent "Mother o' Mine"If general chorus ("Old Black Joe")), a
a and !lUht refreshments Were served, I were hanged on the highest hill, solo by Miss .Susie Speer ("The Last NEXT TAX LEVY FOR COUNTY Clears the, skin of roughness
after which each bade the.other. aa Mother D' Mine, Rose of Summer"), a reading by .1
revolt with the request to meet again I know whose hive would follow me Olivine Savage, ("The Soldier Boy"), The"next tax year's assessed valuations '
and 'bring' in .the absentees, Oct. 11 still a humorous reading by A..W. Winn, for Osceola county, as preparedby ---making it soft and beautiful. -
i" t. a pantomime enacted by Olivine Sav- Tax Assessor'Barber-and endorsedby
Mother o' Mine.If I
age and sung by Miss Susie Speer '
the commissioners will be: "
county ,
i KERAMIC CLUB I were drowned in the deepest sea, ("Lead, Kindly Light"), and a dialect On real estate $4,516,610.On Will not cause or proj "
.. Mother o' Mine rendition by Miss Gussie Winn $7 3,605. I''
personal property
,fi Mrs. S. H. Bullock's studio was the 1 I know whose tsars would come down comprised the entertainment featuresof On railroads and telegraphs, $611- the
to me. the occasion mote growth of hair. A'
! ( scene of a ver ypleasant meeting of 320. :i i
Mother o' :Mine.If .
: 't the Keramic Club Monday afternoon The tax levy for the various fundsis I
," : when the members spent the hours I were damned of body and soul FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH apportioned thus:
: quite industriously in club routine. :Mother: o' :Mine: Everglade drainage tax, $1,128.50.For superior skin tone, soon absorbed f i
. ,I Mrs. Eugene Bryan assisted Mrs I know whose prayers would makeme A cordial in\'tation in extended to i iI the state, 8,2i.r.:! :! ".1
..p: Bullock in serving sandwiches, cakes' whole I to attend services at this church I For- the county, J25,001.55. This Leaves '
':11 and tea. :Mother: o' Minx? I Ion I you next Sunday. I includes the 7-mill general countytax --- no shine ;:
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':,h Others present were Mesdames CELESTE J. FRIPP; Secretary.' A comfortable house and a warm to be levied for hard roads should] ,,"
"J; Henry Aultman Claude Harper L. welcome( await the tax' levy voted 'in the bond elections ,.
!tsi. II. Ingram/: J. I). Clark and John school you.at !II :45 N. C. fail to stand the friendly suit
i Sunday : a. m.; '
1"" King and Misses :Mildred: Lee Josephine now being conducted to test its val :
; Classes suited PALACE DRUG
ENTRE :\: OL'SMrs. i| Bryan, superintindent.: STORE ,r
:f. Reynolds :Mary: Bryan, Anne to all ages.Preaching idity. The 7-mill tax approximates
'1 and Inez Carson Norma Griffin and 1
's by the pastor at 11 a. $41,000. 5?.
. St'ore"
; Violet Bullock. J. L. Ovcr&tiect, omertainedthe m., subject, "Christian." For Road I District No. 1 1. $15,158.24; j "The Nyal Quality
bra 1 Miss Inez Carson will assist :Mrs.: Entre NOUF at a plettipnt:; meting I I Iusy Bees at 2 p. m. 6% mills ( bond election tax). ] ll
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1." Bullock in' entertaining the clud at For Road District No.2, 27246. STEVENS. Manager .1J
of that club Tuesday 'iftcrnoon at Junior B. Y. P. U. at :3 p. m.
r. the next meeting her homo on Main etrec Preaching at 7 p. m., subject, 56; 7V4 'mills (bond election tax ). .,..
909 The hours v/. re spent 'n basketry" I "Jesus, the Sin-Bearer." For sub-school district special tax, -1
r" MOTHERS AND TEACHERS CLUB and were conc'm'edvith refreshments The Junior Fidelia class, for girls $8,094. "
of banjwiche. rakes nnd 15 to 17 years old, meets each Sunday Either the special 7-mill generaltax '
i iWt On Friday, 3:30 p. m., Oct. 13, this punch morning at the church. Any girls] who or the No. 1 and No. 2 road effective.district Smart fall Dresses Easily Made At Home
.F club will have its regular business Those present w-re: Mesdames II. care to meet with it will be welcomed. levies will not be made -?
- meeting at Mrs. W. B. Makinson's W. Morrow W L. J'l1ulk.111tol: ) The .former ((7-mill tax) is provi- >
home. As scheduled in the year Pledger J. D. Jeff n'd", ml] J. R. Gil Some women constantly labor under sional. A tai,;
r book there will be a short summary bert. Mrs. Pledger will be the hostess the hallucination that they must .
of current events by Mrs. W. J. at the next r.ioeting, be contrary to be appreciated. ';
.;.,, .1.1t INSPECTORS AND CLERKS FREECOUPON .
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; FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY J Jfor w i

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The Board of County Commissioners fiviH \ t '.
at last Monday's meeting selected / any .
inspectors! and clerks of election] l'
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for the various voting precincts of McCALLPATTERN /
r Osceola county as follows: ,
No.1 ( Kissimraee)-H. N. Bratton, ; I:
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\ SUPPOSE A.II. W.E. Thomas Boice, F., clerk.S. Gilbert, inspectors; Y; ; #: '

No. 2 (Shingle Creek)-Charles A. } ,' is included i.i ia 1
I, Garrett, G. C. Bronson, W. O. Bron- /
I It son, inspectors; A. H. Fox, clerk. i % ,;
r the purchase. of trr
\t s You considered yourself a pretty fair judge of horses and knew No. 3 (Campbell)-H. E. Brown, "

! 'f, t.:7; your ability to train them and suppose you ran across an abused s E.ors D.; Alex Roberts Bronson, W. ,H.clerk.Lanier, incpect- :r ; ThcMcCallBook i' ;f.

neglected and vicious animal that pointed up well but that was being No.4St.( Cloud-E. E. Livermore j

i" U I 2 offered at a very low price; and again suppose you bough that horse Ralph Reynolds, J. K. Conn, inspectors I1//1 : t of '"
; J. I. Cummings, clerk. t\\ :;
1 e 3 and began to feed him regularly to groom him daily and to speak No. 5 ( Deer Park-W. M. Avant, rt t r ,

,i' s t e .4 kindly to him would you be much surprised if he responded to such N ;S.Mike Blount Simmons, W. R., clerk.Nettles, inspectors \\ ; Fashionsfor ))1'

L tr treatment No.6. (Kenansville)-A. E. Bass,

: .t Once more suppose you found he was sound in body and limb; J. B. Tumblin, L R. Phillips clerk. ;nsp'Ct- AutumnPrice
ors; Randolph Young,
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