Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 13, 1916
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00772
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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', = :Supreme. urt Refuses. RecanvassOf I I'f Co-Operation of Citizens I Is Asked Reunion, Of, Confederate' Veterans ,

To the Residents of Kisummec:

: Votes For Catts In Alachua Your City Council hat recently purchased a mowing machine and is having To Begin At Tampa On Oct.17

it used to keep your streets freed a* much .a possible from weed and

r.. Ir superfluous grass. ,
i. ------ - --- - You can do much to aid and enlarge thty work if you will keep the street -

r Denin iak Clergyman's Supporters In TOUR KISSIMMEE RIVER space adjoining your home clear of wire fragments, sticks bottlei, can, etc. VISITOR FROM ASIA WILL Will Continue Three Days---Grand a,

Removal of debris will prevent damage ,to the mowing machine and will

.*f Democratic State Executive Committee FOR BIG LAND COMPANIESW. enable it to mow closer to the ground. f REMAIN IN KISSIMMEE Army of Republic .Veterans

Please with for attractive Kiisimmee.
: Fight A Warm But co-operate us a more Will Participate In The
ROMA THOMAS Chairman of Street Committee., a
F. of Jacksonville E. L. Keep, who has for the past
Coachman ,
? Losing Battle For Him. I ---- ---------'
y sixteen years, been field superintendent Entertainments. ;4
i who is president of the Consolidated
for oil in Burma
a large company -
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Naval Stores Company of that city, KISSIMMEE WILL but who has property interestsnear ....

Oct. 6.t when the last previous issue and Charles L. Gaines sales agent Kissimmee is here looking after TAMPA, Fla. Oct. 12.-(Special

;' of the the Knott-Catts Valley Gazette contestants went to press were, for the Consolidated Land Company, HAVE CHORAL MUSIC ADVANCE PRICESA his property.Mr.. Keep .cam to Kissimmea with Correspondence.) Preparation are

$ t resting "on their arras.." They were also of Jacksonville, were distinguished the intention of staying a short time being made entertain BOO Confederate FYI

I awaiting tha decision of the State visitors in Kissimmee this week, and then returning: to Burma. After Veterans, a large number of

Court on the request made by the arriving: Monday evening: and leavingTuesday pending: a few weeks in our fine climate !
the Lillie for special! meeting of the State Son and Daughter of the Confederacy f
on a
Carts forces that the State Canvassing That Kissimmee will have a choral and becoming: acquainted with
Press Association: was held in Jack- and 5,000 visitor during the annual -
trip down the Kissimmee river. It is
r, : Board be instructed to reranvass : organization was definitely decided sonviB-a last Friday and Saturday to the good people here, he has determined reunion of Florida Confederate
4 the from Alachua counyt, probable that others may join the Monday night at the first regular to his and
> returns and for resign position remain -
destination Fort devise ways means meeting Veterans in this city Oct. 17, 18 and
before their '
for Catts party of the Kissimmee Music here He will begin
'r from which 69 vote. were meeting the I creased of permanently. .
is cost eased -
i,' omitted because the returns of theY Kissimmee, reached automobiles, where and they will:' Club when the question was givencareful bj the greatly advanced publication price of immediately to improve his property 19.Free lodgings will be provided for o
will be met by
precinct had not been regularly indorsed consideration and action taken which lies just across the lake
motor across to the Haines City I print!paper and other materials entering not fewer than 300 of the veteran ,
by the precinct officials. These without a dissenting! vote.A near Dick Island.
into the making of a Headquarters for the veterans will be .
of newspa-
branch the A. C. L.
.c votes would have given Catts a lead : large attendance marked this j His son, Don Keep, still is in Bur- at the Hillsborough Hotel, those'of
Knott. These companies have large prop- opening meeting and the time was per.Aftler ma, and has a fine with the
} interests in this section. Duringthe a full and free discussion it ,the Sons at the Bay View and headquarters
tF The court, on" Oct. 7, refused to or- erty whollydevoted to business routine was ecided by the members oil company for which Mr. Reep has for the Daughters at the De- .
past summer, while making up a .
der the recanvass of the Alachvi- when officers were elected for the been working.
t at the solution Soto. These all t
tract of land for pasture purposes, only was pres-I are modern up-to-
r turns, thus allowing Knott to retain coming year and a general outline '
the of '
the Consolidated Land Company pur- I vanccadver rates/ subscription date hotels. In addition there are a
the nomination. chased a tract of 3,200 acres from C. suggested covering the activities of ising; and, to get ac- Song Service Sunday large number of smaller hotels ready'i'
The also refused to order the club. The list of officers follows
court arecanvass :
t local I tion, solutions were passed advisIng to accommodate the guests.
W. Ward a prominent : capitalistwho
Methodist Church
of certaia additional President P. K. Weaver. Night
r pre- owns )large acreage in the southern tie publishers of the larger weeklies To Have Freedom of City.
cincts in which the Knott forces had portion of the state, and who in First vice-president Miss Lena t raise their subscription pricesto Five hundred special badges have d

obtained recounts.JACKSONVILLE. the past twelve or fourteen years has Lord. H. $2a year and the smaller ones to Sunday Evening, 7 O'clock. Oct. 15. been ordered for the Veteran and
Second S.
sold for himself and other persons vice-president-Mrs. $1.50 It was also suggested that a In lieu of the preaching: service at Sons of Veterans and a large number $

' Oct. 7-Spe-( more than 1,000,000 acres of land to Bullock. '. mini um rate of 20 cents an inch be the Methodist church next Sunday 'for the Daughters' Moving picture
L. J. Prentis.Treall.urerSam
r cial Dispatch to Tampa Tribune.)- the Consolidated Land company.The Secretary-Mrs. Jr. char d for display advertising. evening: the choir will render a song: theatres have promised to admit all

Two hours before the Supreme Court mission of these officials on Lupfer Brown Mrs. service under the direction of P. K. Veterans free, and an effort i I. being;
Directors R. DeWitt
final decisom in the of the choir director of that made to have the street-car lines -
eijdered its this trip is to.inspect the holdings Weaver supply 1ji
W. J. Fripp and Mrs. D. G. Wagner. I
NTYCOURt them with free transportation
1' famous Catts-Knott gubernatorial their companies which are preparingto Press E. E. Wells. GDI HOLDS church.

i ,contest today, the State Democratic engage in the cattle raising busi- Miss Myrtilla Reporter-Mrs.F. Beals was chosen I Mr. Weaver and his efficient choir about the city, using their Confederate -
.. Executive Committee passed resolution nses on a large scale. have charmed large congregations in crosses as credentials. A splendid
director with bVER
V. Knott power to appoint a pi- the and it only to time is guaranteed all the Veterans
/. endorsing W. anist. The meetings of the club, com- ) CASES TRIED past, is necessary/ '
as the nominee and calling on all ; mention the service to insure a large attending, Tampans being wide awake t
t with will be held
Oct. 16
the state to give him mencing audience. Below is the : to the opportunity given to establish -
Democrats in WORK BEGINS ON FAIR program
,r their individual support. each Monday evening at 7 o'clock and I Opening Sentence, "Let the Wordsof their reputation a*them hosts. kyl,
continue until 9. docket of the court is
Two resolutions offered by supporters Thej County My Mouth"-ladies' voices. Many Entertaining Feature t
The matter of dues will be left to I
of S. J. Catts on the committee FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY it is notTri4l Hymn-con eg.tion. An interesting and
3.e the Board of Directors" though l of the case's on the docket of the Banner" pleasing pro
were voted down. Anthem, "Fling Out YI
has been for the
probable that twenty- ve cents per the County Court was not completedthis gram arranged reunion
L:ic One was to put the names of both decided Carrie B. Adams-choir.) period including business and
month will be the amount. Week and Judge Murphy ordered .
candidates on the ballot. With more than $7000 of the stock upon. a. new panel of petit jurymen, Hymncongregation.Anhtem social sessions. Many entertainment.
effect that Thanks to the Lord" ji
the "Give
The other to ,
., was of Mr. and Mrs. Sam features will be added.
subscribed, the site purchased the The names drawn for next week. They are: "
{( the committee take no action settled until in dates definitely decided upon, and the Lupfer, Jr.; Misses Lena Lord, Gus- Ma tin "Cosner, A. S. Reed, W. F. (from "Stabat Mater B., Adams by Rossini choir., arranged One of the most pleasing incident

/': 1 the case had been finally co-operation of Tampa, and other sie Winn and Muriel Prentis. and Earl Jones] T. W. Ellis, A. W. Gustus, J. by Carrie )- of the Veripd will be, the parade

. 31 the courts which near-by towns pledged, success of Cowger were presented for member- W. Baby, W. G. Hankins, J. A. Barclay OFFERTORY.. Thursday afternoon, Oct. 19, in
( The tense sir of expectation Hymncongregation.Duet
4f\ which s 500 school children will take
Osceola county's' first fair is freely ship. Bert Baxter, Geo. W. Best, L.
,j "l.*l''i>revailed In the assembly; room was Farmer! "PeaceTo This Dwelling"Alice part following the Veteran and j
all. W. N. Gaines.
by R.
predicted ,
Justified later by the acrimonious debate ( Mary Smith)-Mr. and Mrs.
at '.' Feb. 14 to 17, inclusive, Wednesdayto The disposal of the docket thus far other marching bodies. Each child.
the resolutions. Paul K. Weaver.
on CITRUS SEMINARIN will be furnished with a tiny Confederate .
Saturday, were the dates selectedby is as follows: .
P. Raney yielded the gavel : Quarter, "Return, 0 Wanderer, Re-
:._ j the executive board at a meetingheld J. 5:, Foxworth, obtaining lodgingat flag. They have
1. to take the floor and make reply to turn" (Ira B. Wilson)-Miss/ Ella Mae half holiday by the school authorities
this week. with Intent to defraud
bloardirtfr-tiouse -
', :rcriticisms of some of the newspapers, GAINESVILLE Gilbert, Murray Overstreet and and will enter into
As the South Florida Fair and Gas- continued to the January term. enthusiastically ; ,
j Mr.1 r h
r and J. B. Hodges of Lake City awarm and Mrs. Paul K. Weaver.
closes the 10th the spirit of the occasion
of parilla Carnival on Henry Gaskins and Jack Skinner, (
Mr. Knott in theprimary Anthem "Jesus Shall Reign, (
y supporter Arrangement have been made for
i of that Month). and the Five County transiorting uninspected and unre- I
'*'1 was bitter in his denuncia- B. Wilson S--.choir.) '
the Fair at Orlandos, commences on the The seventh annual Citrus Seminarwill cordeJrTiogaT continued for the term. \ a 1.rge-electric.Uy illuminated 'arch't
tion of the methods-employed by
'tif faction to what he term- 20th, it readily will be seen that these be held at the University of Two cases RALLY DAY ATPRESBYTERIAN of welcome which will greet
. ''f" 1 it Knott dates recommend themselves! as not Florida, Gainesville, Oct. 17 to 20. Sibley. Prescott, charged with intent CHURCH rivals at the Union station. Public
*d "a court only avoiding conflicting, but will be It promises to be one of the largest to injure and defraud; continued buildings will be elaborately decorated -
at thePresbyterian
will be day"
y. Would Put Both Names on Ballot. most convenient in securing attraction meetings that has been held. for term. Sunday church for all services- and all business house have been

. Immediately after the meeting was .. The program contain a greater Will Fertic larceny of a hog; con- asked to co-operate. "
. ."; .. called to order Hal Adams of Lafayette A suitable site just outside the city number of authorities and exhibit tinued to January term. Sunday school Endeavor..and preaching Many social events hare business

county offered a resolution providing limits, along: the A. C. L. railroad was than that of any previous meeting. Joe Story, petit larceny; continuedto All hours.'' cordially urged .to attend. ned in connection with the'
of the ,fact that so time and the workof -are sessions.
? in view obtained some ago, Fertilizers, standarditrtion of varieties January term.
much bitterness had arisen over the clearing the grounds will com- and nursery problem*. will be Fred leaded guilty to 'ag Even the member schools of the home asked department to- The business session will ,be held
operation of a new primary law that mence next Monday, when Captain L. discussed the first day. gravated assault on a negro.H. be the this occasion.are In the' handsome new City Hall.. .

was) confusing to tharmony R. Farmer will put the convict gang The following: morning Wednesday C. Thomas, R. E. Thomas and A present special on program for the day is G. A. R. Boy To Participate.

thatjfor the sake thename'l to work there.Correspondence. has been given over to the discussion G. W. Thomas, pleaded guilty to being arranged.'PROMINENT. Veteran. of the Grand Army of the .' 'hie
cf "" of both candidates be placed I is already in pro- of marketing of citrus fruits. Sen- illegal fishing. : Republic also will take part In the n'j l

on the ticket.Immedi.tely. gress with a view toward securing superior ator Duncan U. Fletcher will addressthe S. Barefoot hunting without a license several entertainment and festivi ;Y

e the Knott faction i attractions for this event. growers that morning on how citrus ; nolle prossed. 'I I FAMILYTO ties. One feature will be a "blue and ,I

a b made a motion that the resolution be growers can make use of the Fed- Frank McKee intent to injure and gray" barbecue and camp fir on !'

tabled and the point of order was Duval County Fair. eral Farm Loan Act. Citrus canker defraud; tried and acquitted. Thursday night Oct. 19. 'iZ
f '. raised that the committee had not ; and eradication work will receive consideration Mary Osborn (negro), assault and 'n '
.i, a been organized. The catalog of the Duval County during the afternoon and battery; tried and found guilty; sentenced LIVE KISSIMMEE Complete Program. :

,(,.... After organization Mr. Adams fair is published. Dec. 5 to 9 are the evening. Every grower should attend I to one day in jail. Tuesday Morning- Welcome meet-; 'IJ
again offered his resolution. Another dates. Tuesday (opening day) will the session Wednesday since it Gordon t Gaskins (negro from Win- ing; at the Tampa Bay Casino; J. A.: .''

"fi' point of order was raised that the be Fraternal and Civic Club day; will be one of great importance to the I ter Park), *>etit larceny; tried and Grlffln, representing the_ Board of __ .
: Democratic Executive Committee had Wednesday Farmers' day; Thursday\ convicted. Captain William F. Dunno, traffic Trade; Dr. -S. L. Lowry, Son of Veterans '* _. : J\;\
Veterans' day and Florida and Georgia industry. : manager and industrial agent of the and Judge C. B. Parkhill. the :'
of' two }
the tried
,LM 11. right to place names Thursday and Friday will be devoted Eddie Woods, illegal fishing; has y
South Flordia & Gulf railway
chair day, Ladies' Aid Society at city of Tampa. Response by Gen. E.
; V'nominees on the ballot, and the to and meth- and convicted. 'i f'M.
,. PI' ; Children's and leased a residence at 16 Beaumont Law of for the Veteransand i''
day Bartow
** S&ustained the opinion. night; Friday ods of control especially by spraying.M. Tom Driggers, illegal fishing; mis- ).
Church and Society Club day Saturday : avenue where he and Mrs. Dunne and Gen. W. W. Harris of Ocala for
the ;
r ff' An appeal was taken from B. Waite of the Bureau of Plant ; t
t.. elision! of the chair and on roll de-I Boys' Corn Club day Boys' Pig Industry will discuss spraying machinery trial.Henry Hansell, illegal fishing\ ; mistrial their children, Eleanor and Billy,mother with the Sons

I :)- the chair was sustained by a vote of Club day, and Girls' Canning Club and equipment Thursday af !. 'Mrs. Cresswell (Mrs. Dunne's" Tuesday Afternoon-Executi..e session -
1 "-1.:. ) "keeping house.
at the Casino. From
Tampa Bay
day. and
to 10. his lecture following -
.. 31 ternoon. During
'J'z.- : The vote indicated the reli.tive Railroads will handle exhibits on ; of These Mrs. Dunne is regent of San Antonio 3 to 5 o'clock Children of the Confed- .
, oj(. it demonstrations power from all points in Florida. de Bexar Chapter of the Daufrh-I s
virtual half-rate basis. Reduced reception at the Woman's Club
and a
of the two candidates eracy
i I strength .* sprayres will be made.J. rates were granted for the Citrus the American Revolution, and ,
ters of i and '
Park from
rates are promised. building Tampa Bay ,
, the Catts; faction realized that it was passenger R. Watson entomologist to hte effect from
and will be in
; Seminar
, TF B. K. Hanafourde has been appointed wlil discuss has just completed a two-year term as 4 to /5:30): o'clock reception by Daughters -
I f. beaten. manager of the fair. Experiment Station, on Oct. 16 to 20, with final return limit state recording secretary of the Texas of the Confederacy of State pres-

l4Cv Majority Refused Thursday a new whitefly parasite., of Oct. 22. Conference of the D. A. R. She is ident and Executive Bo.rdJ at the ;

!$ ) '. to Await, Court Action. which he hs successfully Osceola imported.B. farm also chairman of the press committee j!home of Mrs. C. E. Webb, Lafayette
IMPORTANT MEETING OF E. Evans county FIRST BIG FOOTBALL GAME I of the Texas Federation of Women's t
;: i. Following the tabling of the Adams agent, leaves Monday, Oct. 16, to at- street. t
i resolution, Mr. Hodges of Columbia SOUTH OF JACKSONVILLEAt Clubs, and was chairman of the legislative Tuesday Evening-Reception at the
tend the gathering.
,. . ': county offered a resolution that for CITIZENS BANK DIRECTORSMAXIMUM committee of the Texas Equal Tampa Bay Casino. Introduction of

.,' .""t. ,the sake of harmony the committee Tampa, on Oct. 28, will be played Suffrage Association at thc last session -l I sponsors and concert.: i
..t "HOME COMING DAY" AT of the Legislature, besides being |
i d defer action in indorsing any candidate the first football game ever con- Wednesday Evening-Business MS- )
\' ',i' for governor until after the INTEREST RATE REDUCED UNIVERSITY FLORIDA tested south of Jacksonville between : prominently identified with the social'' sion at 11- o'clock at the Tampa Bay ;'

; ..t"(,'j\' courts had finally determined who was TO 8 PER CENT-PRO- teams of high rank. and club life in San Antonio, Texas. : Casino. Excursion on bay, memorial

: >. entitled to the nomination. VIDE INSURANCE FOR BANK The date of the AlabamaFloridafootball The. contenders will be teams of- ceremony on the boat. Lunch by i
\ !
c t Chairman Davis of the Campaign game, Oct. 21, has been des the University of Tennessee (Nash- G. W. "' FAMILY ARRIVES; Daughters. .

" ." }" Committee offered a substitute resolu- DEPOSITS. corning day" at the ville) and the University of Florida BRINGS NEWS OF IIEWINSES Wednesday Night-Ball at the Cen-

tion which was adopted as follows: Diversity of Florida. (Gainesville). tro Asturiano. Square dances and ,11

r ( .Resolution Adopted By Majority. The regular monthly meeting of This will be a chance for every The event will be of such importance Fox" and family have I the ladies to dance with the Veterans ,P
W. ar-
; I. ijH. the board of directors of the Citizens old "grad" to make a visit to his alma that it is probable that the greater George Knoxville Thursday Morning Business a session -
"Whereas the of rived from their home In '
,r.. provisions Bank of Kissimmee was held last I mater and to renew the acquaintancesof part of Tampa's business will be in the morning. t f
I the primary election law partieu,1I Wednesday President Anthony com his student days. Furthermore, it suspended during the hours of the Tenn., and aio pleasantly domiciled in Thursday Afternoon-Parade in

; 4 July with respect to the counting of ing from Jacksonville for the will be an opportunity to note theprolt"ress game. Not fewer than 2,000 visit- their attractive winter residence on which Veterans. Sons of Veterans, t
. the second choice votes were not.gen- Mr. stated after Mabbette street. Mr. Fox is a prominent Spanish War Veterans Fife
Anthony of the university.A ors are expected from other sectionsof Tampa
. < ;( orally understood by the inspectors ing that it marked the end of meetinlt"// real, old Florida blood-thirsty the state.A attorney of Knoxville and is one and Drum Corps and Boy Scouts take 1
residents here
' of elections in the recent primary in of the regular winter
t month's work under the new bonfire and rally will be held on Flem- Tampa committee is busy arranging his faithin part. Route from Tampa Bay gate '
; rwhich; candidates of the Democratic ment and the increase in of who practically demonstrate Boulevard Franklin street. i
deposits ing field on Friday night. This will entertainment for visitors to Lafayette ,
, } "party were nominated; and some $30,000 was very gratifying, as be an opener and a "pep hatcher" for me. That it ia expected that Kissimmee: by investing: in valuable street, Florida avenue to Twenty-sec 4
:. r .a .t. "Whereas, many errors were unin- were also other features of the bank's the next day. A parade will open the near all of the student body of the property.The ond street and then Franklin street
B" t.tentionally made by the inspectors in business. A new growth and Interestwere ceremonies Saturday morning, when Florida university is expected to attend Foxes are so satisfied\ with The Veterans and their ladies will be
;y n i LX; several of the counties of the state In Kissimmee that Mr. Fox is gradually In automobiLes <' k
: very apparent.Mr. everything in the university commun- ia a fact that indicates affairs
Jt.tabul.tlng. and tallying such votes; Anthony further stated that ity that is not tied down will be on will not be dull the day of the game.A ,trading: off his Tennessee Kaslmmee'svicinity. holdings inexchange Thursday Night.-Grand barbecueat
in :
: i and the board, desiring to show appreciation foot or on wheels. The game will be band concert by the Floridans anda for property Plant Field Park. The tables to be '
; it has been del When he accomplishes this,
JVfe."Whereas; judicially and to encourage everything that in the afternoon. A supper will be ball at night are to be among the built across the field. Large fires.
ji, etinined by the courts of this state would benefit the community and the given by the university in the dining feature Effort are under way fora he and his family will become perma- Sons of Veterans will meet onWednesday ,

after full and impartial investigation bank, had determined upon severalnew hall during the evening. The fraternities railroad rate of 1% cents a mile nent residents here. and Thursday at 10 ;
,* of the contest for the Democraticnomination matters-chief of which perh.pllInterests will hold open house duringFrid.y for the game.Expectations. Mr. Fox's latest real estate acquisition o'clock at the city hall. )
: for that theIif"K. here was the cotta and two
.t: o
governor the the this ,
public was adoptionof The that
and evenings.
t Saturday are game }
..+, ; Honorable W. V. Knott is justly en- lower interest rates, the maximum Pan Hellenic dance will 'be given at will become an annual feature at and one-half acres owned by Mr. and Commander Issues, Order. "s ti
m r titled to such nomination; and of 8 rule Mrs. J. A. Hewins on Bermuda avenue
cent to hereafter
.. rate Band
per the Elks Club Caturday night. Tampa.
Verona street. Mr. Fox intendsto The following general order, No. 6,
"Whereas the court the near
;; are regu3sriy.eatabllahed collateral
Upon adequate or good endorsers will be sandwiched '
: and side shows -
", : tribunal created by / the bank would take care of between the other event Theprogram The use of fur or sheer materials plant all this ground la strawberries has been issued from the headqnart ;

-;.... .the 1 people for the settlement of alldisputed Its customers hereafter the deduced i II not completed, however. I. more pronounced this season thanit when he settles her permanently. of Maj.-Gen. L. H. .at
.. involving the ly. Chlpleyj BUChapJ
ouestiona. rate was laat. One of the advanced' an-
Rates of three cents a mile for the
.1t tsr-ef the people; and' of modern steal tumn model icof chiffon with Hewinses are doing well on the "Comrades: Your j hs.evites
A new set safety round trip (plus 25 cents) are offered : gray
::t.. herea the high character and deposit bone will be built in alongside i foot wide hem of seaL This is only Tennessee farm land they obtained your attention to the near'ap-

I abllitr and,.Integritr of the j judge\ of the prevent vault, convenient of J typical of the many frocks that how from Mr. Fox. They are well pleasedand I pros<-h' of our State Reunion at Tam-

;!r Supreme Court and the other access to the)public and the privacy of fully gone over and found In excellent fur on diaphonou fabric. are in health.For . I pa.7-It 1<1... October 17-19. 1918. i .
I that
- Is more than likely aem [
.r'fcourt! ;: of tha state of Florida are such the directors room which will be at shape. The women who had last winter'sskirts know '
evening, as everybody Important business will before
.'-,a*to commend, the confidence and roof the disposal of the.customers for go The bank' subscription to the O.- cut a little longer than fashionrequired beaded fabric are much In vogue anrjbeadedembroidery very the convention and it i.I lilT;!desire -

.v ry fair-minded. citizen of lag. over their paper*. and other routine.matttrs wr disposed so that it would be sure to metslie thread that each and ID'u.. 1
I. state, No", .. therefore,' be it i A feature of great Interest to thepublic of.President. do service this winter 1. la the same embroidery: metal button and se division be represented.every camp' %,
"Resolved,1' +by theDemocraticExitiv wa the action of the board in Anthony expressed himself boat with the woman who refrained quin are used lavishly "The anticipated pleasure' .,f, meetIng -
CominrtfeM*" .f the State of Joining the "Depositor Guarantee u personally greatly pleased ( for because she
from trimming we -- .
of comrade and 4,
rida 'that. the action;of-the HonifableW. Fnnd'rof the associated bank, under. with tho. company'*'interest,and i the- afraid tit -would be:out ot-IIt-.thi. \
',V. Knott"instituting- and the working:..f'.whid&tbe' future,outlooks for'.Jt,Kiuimmeo, iaon l klrts'arebut, little long** nablo adjunct. to our list' of...fajhionbl increase the activiUe of lire and k ,

ca yinf,'to%,"conclmiett .the. recount positors-are insured bank..1I'; i and ho look forward with pleasure thl*-year than last sad fur i* *'*Hy* a *' fabric It''.occasionally .used. my !:
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contest Jo tha eonrt ;for the purpo** .Other affair .: .. .(.< .* i, !-s: .. .< ,1" rI Y z" ".' 't' In, it ; .Mocks. . 1 << enpa, ** -.). ,"..., "
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(From Okeechobee Call) Such

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Mrs. Susie Hunter and Joseph Car- -

.NEWS AND OF THE "WONDER CITTT FROM OUR OWN ver, both of East Okeechobee, were "
NOTES quietly married' last Saturday. tobacco

r. t J 4 I,. M. Raulerson, one of our leading '#.
merchants and Board of Trade boost-

Mrs. Garner has; opened a millinery 44444,0414.' . Q. -00" .44 ers, has made 'a trip around the big enjoyment
store on New York avenue between to 0tto lake and sees great business for Okee

Tenth and Eleventh streets SHINGLE CREEK. ot- chobee this fall, winte and spring. .- '
4 I 4 Mr. Raulerson says with the river ., r
e' Miss Annie Vincent and Gripp as you never thought ,5--
dredged good freight and
thor both formerly of St. Cloud, were 44444044.40444444 a express
station at the river and could be is ,
\ married Wednesday evening, Oct. 4th, receiving yours to ,
at Burns, Kansas. The young couple E. J. Keen of Orange Center was a around(best of the all lake) a Okeechobee good boat service command quick as Y
?; have the good wishes of a host of business caller here Saturday.Mr. will take j
friends. and Mrs. Ed. )Ivey of Lough- r her place. in the'front 'ranks as a vegetable you buy some Prince
shipping well
point, as as the
:"", Mr. Angles's delicatessen place, on man. spent Tuesday and Wednesdayhere. ( largest cattle and bog shipping pointin Albert and fire-up a ....
Pennsylvania avenue, will be open the South. To verify this we would
Missed Iva and Edith Niswonger
\ soon Kissimm.e callers SaturdayW. | advise all to go and take a look at pipe or a home-made
t The Army and Navy Union and the were visited, i the stock yards fast nearing comjile- --e
O. Bronson and family I
Elsie P. McKlroy Auxiliary held a | lion north of the town. cigarette ;
at (the Grandpa Tyner home Sunday.
Wildwood Grove Wednes ----
t': p..nic at I
Saturday night a delightful surprise I'
f. day. parts waR given at the home of Work on the new freight house! ntthe i Prince Albert gives

p' The famous Zimmer: sisters are expected :Sir. and Mrs.\ R. L. Ivey by the young river was begun Saturday the 1
.. r here for the winter. people of the community' The evening foundation laid. The house willbe you every tobacco satisfaction -

/'< l'i+ Mr. and Mrs.. 11. C. Bartlett returned / was )pleasantly spent, ; in games JlixM: (! feet, with an 8-foot pUtfol smoke-
'all around your
t here Wednesday after spending and marshmallow toai-ting. it with lamps to the doik-
if,fi. 1
several! weeks in New York and Penn Kenneth Tyson of Rosalie is visiting Ion the liver. Much expressage :mil 1 appetite ever hankeredfor. 4 i '
freight will be taken from hi 1111
sylvania. i the family of his other, 1. 1' point
i t.,t i will be ': That's becauseit's
hand| expressage' received ut' .
this week.Mr.
.l Mr. and 1 Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck, ofKUsimmee Tyson, the I
: and! Mrs.: 1'. C.; ("rnmnitip 1 have | old."a"8'nge station.
r were St. Cloud callers / made by a patented
'y returned from n short visit to theirllIuR'htel' I I it On .h. ........ old.

t i \r; Monday Mr. Tumlin evening., from I.ocosee, was ink < Mrs.. Arthur Alderman t>fMoggy .'II Look in for next the week's good( news issue.for Several Okeechobee process that cuts out ;.ut'': lIt r.:di,.:!Pro I I ,

k "I our city on Monday afternoon. : and Crock.Mr. Mrs K. 1.. H Over.strectweie I important deals will be completed. m I III bite I and parch;: Prince. Albert has always c.a.*.;.P."n..d 1907.. which July30th dlyh. I ': I
Orlando the next fda fed tnr99 man
motored (
W. A. ]Drawdy to ) II9'Ill
;: Ki.sMinmei callers on Wednesday .been sold without .molt* ptp* whr Ci') I JaI I
or premiums.We .
on Wednesday on business. of last week. coupon owe .-.d b.I r.l l ieMO aURarna nsf Aa i II
;. ji Mr. and Mrs. Uuswald who have Sir.I sad 1 Mrs.Jim Bronson were I II Civil Engineer Hunt has straightened I prefer to give quality I CIWarTe TeaatGgl a
.. .,J, been spending the summer in Minnesota guests at the Art Bronson home Sun- : ,. road leading to Bassng..r,1|
and posted signs, so that ,'I
I came back last Thursday evening dav. one "
, .ti and are at their home on Caroline Mr. and Mrs. Paul Yates and children cross, the diamage ditches on'a bridge.

," avenue and Twelfth street visited at the W. W. Ivey homeat -j
s n l.ou hml\n' of last week The: big excavator hopped across
business a portion
Josh II.
Ferguson was a
the city from one contract to another.It PRINCE ALBERT .
caller at Kissimmee on Tuesday ----- ---
("roRsed .the river to finish the till]
'Mrs. Combs who has been visiting 4444444444444444 to connect North Park street und .
with C. k. Hendrix, returned to
;,I 4 1 the Fort Pierce road. We will soon
her home at St. Petersburg Monday.Rev. .
f (0 NAKCOOSSEE < have the View bridge. 1 '
the national smoke
Neal of Donora Pennsylvania 4 4 1 joy ,
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ni but who to spend the winter 444 a 444444444444< The steamer Ruth will be put on ,.
1' a tWinter Haven, is attending the the ways by the Standard Fisheries" I has a flavor as different as it is delightfuL You never tasted the like of it!

Presbytery here this week.J. i J. B. Houser made a business tripto II so Capt W. L. Berthalf tells us, and And that isn't strange, either. .
.; L. Fletcher who was the guest St. Cloud Wednesday. will go into the vegetable businessDec. ,
i for the past week of Miss Eda L. Joshua Thomas has returned from 1. She will carry from 800 to roll i'
/ Men who think they can't-smoke a pipe or a ciga-
;: Epple returned to his home at St. Georgia; to spend the winter with his 1 l.OOO crates and will pay particular
e Augustine Monday.Mr. daughter, Mrs. A. E. Albgood.II. I attention to freight business on thelake Bay where Prince tobacco Alkmrl I. old.rrette;in: can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince

and Mrs. Levi! Shambow Mrs. 11. Hull has his new house start '' loppy red bag, Scg tidy red Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a tryout -
Leraldmotored ----
.g G. W. Daugherty and Mrs. De ed. I .. lOc handom
to Kissimmee Tuesday after- Miss Albina Smith, of Kissimmee, We expect to see the coi traitorscommence I *d half";pound tin pound Anmi* certainly have a big surprise and a lot of. enjoymentanr
I ) visited the school here today.F. ] in a few days on the long their invest
noon. dorm-and*-that coming way as soon as they In a supply.
r. stretch of concrete sidewalk
Rev. Jenkins of Sanford, Fla., will W. Hill has had anew addition I Noith Park sweet I pound trytatgia "umiPrince Albert tobacco will tell its own story 1
; preach in the Christian church on made to his store, which makes it a i dor with fpong.-moitnwtop
"I' great deal more convenient.M. I --- that kmmp thm tobacco
Sunday, Oct. 15. P. Tindall motored over to our I :M. B. Raulerson will open a school R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO Wimton-Salem N. C.
J J. J. brick front in ucA cf* r trim aiwaytl .
: Cummings' new vicinity Tuesday. supply store in front of the new

/) building on Pennsylvania avenue is Robert I Donegan of Kissimmee visited school building.W. I - \
1 ; nearing completion. Marion Tindall Sunday.
'*, A birthday surpi'.se party was 'I D. 1 Darby of Lady Lake is exhibiting went to the aid of the Bowers Dredging M given Miss athleen Goff on Monday an Auatna-Hungarydolliii of 'I' Company, at the St. Lucie canal would make a fine, postal-card picture. INSPECTORS AND CLERKS

evening at her home on Indiana ave ; NEXT TAX LEVY fOR COUNTY the vintage of 17y() : more than :200 I II will oon return to complete our river
>rr'I nue. Quite a large number of her years ago.; The old fellow is somewhat improvement.The Chicago 111., has. for its slogan "I i! .
friends were out and all enjoyed the i 1---1 I worn, but still weighs more than I Will." Th."Little Chicutto," called 1 FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY'S

evening very much. I I The next tax year's assessed valuations I a brand-new U. S. silver boy. I I oola B., which was stolen Okcec/nobee>\ / ) has for its slogan "We
The official board of the M. E. for Osceola county as preparedby -- from the Southern Fisheries Co., by Will." Watch the Hoard of 1'iude in
church met Monday evening and bids Tax Assessor Barber and endorsed I The dredge. is making excellent the Mor.ii'stead bank )robbers, is nowt.ed i the future. Every'Clltzen ought to The Board' of County Commissioners -

1' will be accepted for the new additionto by the county commissioners, will be: work on the street I leading across the III'| in J. T. Hamilton's mlh.hine11I'p join the yourd of Trade and pay dues at last Monday's ircetmg, selected i
the church to and includingthe On real estate, $4,516.1510. r I that the work on the l inspectors I und dorks of electionfor
up liver through the marsh. When > for 'lepairs. This will be knownas 'iefularljT) : .so
21st. Work will be finished by the I On personal property, $753,605.( the new budge is built, and the work I the "brl1t Boat" hereafter.The i liver could b : pushed to completion. the variousotmg precincts of ::
last of December. On railroads and ''telegraphs<, $611- is completed on the street it will be I.Osceoln county rs follows: \
4 The District Presbytery is in session I a big improvement. fishing business remains about) E. W. Riggers who owns about ten No. I ( KI8Rlmm..el-li.! N. II rat ton, ;
; here this week and quite a number 320.The tax levy for the various funds the same. About 200 barrels were I acres, of land at Moore Haven, will II. W. Boice; F. S. Gilbert, inspectors; I..1I ::
of ministers are here from different Is apportioned thus: I three acres of lie expects >A. E. Thomas, clerk
from here last week. plant peppers.
parts of the district. Everglade! drainage tax, $1,128.50. I J. W. Bingham, who owns 26,000 shipped' l to plant ;WO acres in vegetables!! i No. a ( Shingle Creek)-Charles A.Garrett .
acres of Oklahoma land, has been m G. C. Bronpon' W. O. Bron- l
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in Kis- the
Mrs. Spenced spent Monday For state, $38,255.3(5.For Bids for telephone poles and the thiS coming season. ('
this for several
the county $125,001.55. This vicinity days prospecting I son inspectors; A. H. Fox, clerk.
i simmee.Mr. and Mrs. Will Ryan have mov- includes the 7-miil!I general county I for oil. So J. T. lie miltotr', setting will!' of talk same to have been in true let. city We Inspection by Government Engineer I Aio. a (Camp1x11)-li. E. Brown :'1
should informs us. If he can tap an oil well soon you E. D. Roberts, W. II. Lanier, inspectors -
ed .to Ohio avenue and Fourteenth ,tax to be levied for hard roads style. W. W. Finorin, junior engineer, .,
near Okeechobee, he has our consent. Alex Bronson, clerk.
bond elections ; \
street.; 'the tax levy voted In the from the United States Engineer of- .
Mr. and Mrs. TV. 11. Hulbert( left fail to stand the friendly' suit ; ; I+lo. 4 (St. Cloud)-.E. E. Livermore -
last The city schooU opened Oct. 9 in lice Jacksonville was taken around
The corral of winter Is full of ,
last Friday for Los Angeles Calif., now being conducted to test iti val \ Ralph Reynolds, J. K. ponn, Inspectors -
t.eam4altaln to handle the citrus fruitfrom' our new $50OOQ school building.The the river by D. G. Austin and out by J. I. Cummings clerk. ,
7-mill tax ; a 4'
where the expect to remain. idity. The approximates Okeechobee and workmen steamer to visit the various points on ,
are No. 5 (Deer Park-W. M. Avant,
Mr. and Mrs. Bleubaugh 41000.
celebrated their 50tH wedding quietly anni- For Road District No. 1, $15,158.24; busy daily hauling field boxes and work on the stock yards is being ? he lie lake.seemed much surprised by, the N. S. Blount, W. R. Nettles, Inspectors .
the around rushed. All of the posts and ill- (
crates to
many groves Mike Simmons clerk. >r\
on Wednesday. 8% mills (bond election tax) i ;
versary volume of business the river and
I.ere. closure are of cypress and ought to on No. (0 i. ( K..nansvilleA. E. Bass, "> "'
r Miss Ruth Bass who has been visiting For Road District No. $27,246.-.- was told that it reached a total of I, :14 "
i\ heV parents at Avon Park, arrived 156; 7% mills (bond election tax). stand years._ about $1,500,000 yearly. He took mites 1J. B. Tumbler L R. Phillips, Insp 'Ctr
S" here on Saturday and is again clerking -! For sub-school district special tax, The cement walks leading frorp the' from all the business men in ''ors; Randolph Young clerk.
{ at Drawdy's store. $8,094.. I po&toffice to the bank havu been! finished The Sejena V. ( Capt. T. i). ]Hucks) also, from the fish houses and No 7 ( H\ 'nger-W., ) E. Underhill -
''J have the walks the I is and in shape for own; B. F. Walker\ .1. H. Undorhill inspertors
i C.. D. Brenner of Atchison Kans., Either the special 7-mill general ai on westreel being impaired put oil I companies that are located on, thee -
is expected here on Saturday. I tax or the No. 1 and No. 2 road district '( from the station to (Osceola the vegetable trade. She is owned by 'er.Vhllt his to \""De J ; .1. II. Walker, clerk.
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effective. .itncet. Judge Hancock. report i No.: 0 s I ( (Noko\ ,('l') Alle'l Gannon,
:r, Mrs. Howell Bass, of Kissimmee, levies will not be made I partment, of War will be we do not !
I It. K.: Will'-' <;togiW.: Fcrtic, in-
t.J was a business caller at St. Cloud on The former ((7-mill tax) is provi- know.i.vfry.
Monday. sional. I The Bard of Trade dredge, which That palmetto shuck nt the river sjiiMlors' ; !F. :M. Kdir: < Icrk.No .
r man in town should :: 10 ( :MulbenvB.) G. Han-
Hoard: of Trade and work for
.; an apI rock\ J. W. ( 11111'1.,1\\, i': B. Havens,
,I mpriation from the government to inspcrlor.,, ; It\ .\. I'..ll..n, clerk.
: ".c''pen and straight( "n the river. The
5A ------ I
,: Dkeeihobee( Company and Bother cotnanie -
Soutache braid ,stitched in intricate
>- have given liberally to this
z nd; and, if you cannot do any designs is one of the trimmings motif -
ou can, by joining the morel .i of street frocks and Borne afternoon I
# I I rude, show your appr'I'iution'of gowns of chiffon show heavy

y what has been done. It will only costou braiding as their sole trimming.The C

10 'cents a ..week.I'.oll .

I.I.I OtfMM That Doss Not Affect Tbs HtstfBer
f $795 795 I of Honor. .u.e of Hi tonic and .. .. tOrcl. LAXA-
Those who have paid their subscriptions : TIVK BROMO QUININE! better than ortlin.rj
Quinine and doe not cauae twrvouanv nor
pig this Week: ringing, in hcact Remember the full name....
f'; Med.I &$-4' f.Do b.Toledo Model 85-4 f. ... b. Toledo J. (;. JIcNetf. I. Vx>k Aw. the .1&'Dature of E. W. CROVK. tv>.

; E. R Wright. '
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Tickling in the throat, hoarseness
1 t. i :, iss of voice indicate the need LI L I I
I"f BALLA RJ'S II O It E H () U N 1 JYHUI' ) f

It eases, the lungs, quiets .
t lie cough and restores health in the

it. r ronchial tubes. Price 2r c, SOc and
1.00 per I bottle. Hold by Osseolu !
}' I'harmuty.Windernrre. ,
A", is to have a new depot
w the plans having been received and I :

k y .T I ,ork will commence- at an early dat>. Ii

.f \ An 18 hole golf course i il! to be con- .

: -'ructeil' ; on John's Lake at Orlando I Bring Your List.

I 1.0.; acres will be embraced in the
Of School
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: : Think of It 112 Inch Wheelbase A petition is fceing signed and will \JE have all the I

he presented to the county commissioners things a you need

for the formation of a drainage for school-text books

t:' It has the famous Overland 35 horsepower The wheelbase is 112 inches. district at Crystal Springs, embracing drawing materials ,
I 9,600
; k: motor It has cantilever springs and four inch tires. acres. tablets and other sup-

l ;; I iNow at the height of its development Additional siding is being uut in by pile", including the

' ;Nt More than a quarter-of a million in use- And the price is $795. the railroad between Wekiva and CONKLIN SelfFillerso

.Driving automobiles than other Ethel. Orange county, to facilitatethe
h'f more any See us at once 'they are selling faster than well adapted to
of in
handling truck the
4 -. motor of its power ever designed. vicinityof students use.
we can get them. these points. e
And never before has anyone anywhere ever m ....

1'1)T')' built so big. fine and comfortable a car Model 85-6, six cylinder 35-40 horsepower, The soil survey of Hillsboro county Studentssay eYerywh

sell for low 116-inch wheelbase925. has been this efficient fountain., .
: to anywhere near so a price. completed by the Depart- ,
pen means better work I"
ment Agriculture, Washington,

.; 8.12 POSSIEL AVE. J. GRIFFIN KISSIMMEE. and will soon be ready for publication. and better grades ..1'v. l

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"' " u...A." Johns county have been busy the past \ SeU-FlUlng: \

r' - "} .. week repairing the damage dsne> to .Fountain -Pen "

the roads in that county by th,'recent I r '
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{ I A weak President"would have plunged the: United States Into .

war. "Big Crop"

: j easy, to hate easy'to strike. To do so requires :neither _' TRUTH ABOUT; BEERIt $-4- l Sttys$ "Sotnt powerful 'good reading. lm tiu1. it'

I .. bravery nor intelligence-and ,these are the .very attributes; is my professional opinion; after .. little booklet about Blowers Gronnd Limestone.
,, observation of in the ... ..,' ',
many years 'IN.thiDrf..q..bollt it Just plain facts. Did T
which must characterize our Chief Executive if he is to guide practice of msdicine! that beer i is do- mt a lot oi good first time I read iL 'Good thing
ingmore harm to humanity than all
; I the nation aright other alcoholics There la a.reason for every'gr: wer t. have; Get one Iron the'

for this) Beer Is insidious, delusive, Blower folks" ;
The the devotion and the statesmanship of Woodrow tempting and fascinating Advertised .end today for"Blowere' Booklet. It contain, <<'
courage, : to contain less alcohol than some Information ... ..**.d ......... tempi, Ij
't: Wilson have saved the nation''from a.horror: and a crime He other drinks, it .appeals to the man .r.quait.Blowers f Blowori. ..Qroun Um.aton.- and prloe' on ?iit.,'

played for the'verdict of mankind,and he has won the verdict. who temperance.does not wish But statistics to be considered provo that In- / Lime&,Phosphate'Co. '4''i \,\' 1

. this is ,IS delusion' Charles Gilbert BOX K-aoa OOALA.PLA. ,
I He has stood firm against the lying clamor of concessionaires Davis, M., D., of Chicago \ ,l

their dividends with the blood of __
':) basely willing to guarantee BIG SLUMP IN '
1 "". BEER CONSUMPTIONMore .. ...... .i.... oo. ..oo..o..j.o.,.. ............
American youth.

\ r It is not alone that the United States is at peace, that the land is rels 1916,of than beer than in were a April half consumed, 1916.million According leas in April bar-,: INSURANCE, .andIRIAL: ST A 1 11 I

\' (11 I not filled with a vast crying, ,that homes are not darkened to a statement in the June number of
the Western Brewer there Let us insure Life Health Property. :tj'
were consumed your your :
:, that our eyes are not scarred by the sight of the blind, the in April, 1915, 5,042,424 barrels ''iA
,. wrecked. of beer; in April, 1916. 4,513,512, Information in regard to property for
mangled and the a decrease of 328,912 barre\ .
sale and
rent cheerful y given. (r

: International law has been upheld, the WISCONSIN JAIL addition to fifteen other good companies, we ,;

of neutral nations secured and EMPTY FIRST TIME! the well known '
rights now represent t
Contribute to ,
How to
For the first time in the history of .
: the Wilson Campaign civilization itself saved from the world Superior, Wis., so far as the oldest HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO..of.New York :
members of the police department are
j\, Fund ruin that would have followed America's able to remember- the morning of :X>>. Gr. WAGFNERt: : 4

into madness. July 8 there was not a ainel\<1.* rbor'r:! '
, ,' alp t L Coupon In this eormer and All In leap in the city jail. Not a single drunkwas : Second floor Gtizens Bark Bide. Kfesimmce: Fla. : Iff
th. .mount you ,ive. Then attach yourUoney arrested the night before, and
{*I. ailJran to Blveq tala on Coupon th. Coupon and mall, today to the It has been shown that greed does not there wets no applications for lodging .... ..........o..o..o..o..... ... . ... ... .

f' Issue all checks, money order and dominate us, that we square our practices "It:. is something I never taw before, ( I 1\

addreu all contribution! to Henry with our professions an4 that weaker and I have been on the police force for
1' "
many Raid Captain Louis Os- MAKE MORE
Morgenthau, Chairman Finance Committee years POTATOMONEY
1;.' Democratic N.tion.l Commitpeop 1 s need, not fear our friendship. borne.. "Prohibition mud have some 4
We fewer J
It ; effects.' are getting;
,;1-- tee.: t tjl'ortY'MCOOdStreet.N- Even while feeding the hungry of the food since Superior went dry than THIS
tee.; City. at any time before" SEND FOR FREE BOO 't;

t world relieving wretchedness, and

r r championing humanity we stand ready RESOURCEFULNESS OP LIQUORITES This booklet just from the press is based

h Woodrow Wilson to conduct those negotiations by which Had Baron Munchausen lived in the on years of practical experience. It tells I

f;, Campaign Fund peace will come again to the world. found twentieth difficulty century in competing he; would in have' his about soils, seed selection, fertilizing\ ,) Mid

f4 LOYALTY COUPON flights of imagination with the pub cultivating, spraying and contains valu
Woodrow Wilson has given you peace bureau of the liquor interests.The digging and shipping.
able suggestions on
'' To HBNKY MOROKNTHAU. Chairmen latest victim of their frenzied
without sacrifice of
: and prosperity principle -
: Finance Committee. efforts to give to the public alleged s
) The Democratic National Committee. SOEeet without loss of honor. "facts" is Dr. Henry Noble McCracken \- Send for your copy of this book. It will I
Street, New YorkCity. Vassar ..
.Fartr.eeoood president of college. The help you make more money growing Irish

A. a believer. In the --,.. Ideele of Are these blessings nothing to you? publicity Brewers' bureau Association of the has New circulated Jersey Potatoes. The edition is limited, so write f

overnment rep..w.t.d for In the of candidacy the UnitedE'etaa of throughout the state of New York, ill A card will do.WIISON&TOOMERFERTIUZER.
Woodrow WlUon president Do want to serve notice mankind that today. post 11
and*to the end that b. may t.k. the you upon leaflet form, the story that on Found-
; office free-handed, untramrneled. and obliBated the United States favors a policy of war and conquest er's day, Dr. McCracken, in the pres CO. y ,
the of the ,
r to none but people country :
ence of a delighted assemblage of

t-: toward I wish to the contribute...__the of.urn Preaident of f WUeoo ? people, including the student body, Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizer .f .,$$1
campaign.Addraai Do stand for the proposition that no President drained a large flagon of ale in honorof .' t
,;;: you Matthew Vassar and proposed that Dealers In Fertiliser Material Spraying Implemenu '". 'Ii
may expect re-election who offends High his audience should do likewise. and Insecticide' 1 ''b'''
N_.. ..... ............... ..... .... ... Finance or who refuses to take his foreign policies Upon his attention being called to .JA.CKSONVIU.E-E
the matter Dr. McCracken explainedthat
from concessionaires and alien conspirators? accuratewiththe
j.' .. .. . ... .......... ............ notable thj report was the beverage ,,;
exceptions (hat .,
J -' If not, then show It. used on that occasion( was not .

tt f.D. . .. . .... .. .. . .......... .. ale, but tha __harmless nonalcoholicdrink ( ,t(
\ Woodrow Wilson's campaign fund must come ginger ale; and that, insteadof ,r-'

Pleeae mention tale paper from the people, for it Is the people alone that he a "large flagon" of the liquid, the ------- ,
used modest half

: .. .. .. ......... ........ ................. has served and that he will serve. quantity glass.-Union Signal.was a T. M. RIVERS. M. D. ,'"

t What,will you give? When the cake in the- oven in ready PHYSICIAN and SURGEON M. TILLER +&
.. for a:-t final browning: a -i newspaper I Office Osceola
over Pharmacy
The Democratic National Committee tucked into the fire will do th*: work 'Phone'I Real Estate Auenc '

; LOCAL AND COUNTY son.the court occupied by, them last sea- has authorized the Valley Gazetteto The daily winter or dry season Office Residence lit.CEO. It NN.N-, .. ..- 'try

, Utolakecan Contest Rage*. assist in the collection of the Wilson range of temperature in Cuba is from -
60 to about 85 Realty bought and sold
Not a little excitement was felt in Popular Campaign Fund. Send in :
; SCHOOL NEWS the schoothi8) week when the entiremembership your contribution TODAY. Use the I the young men would devote as F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW House rented rS
; ol'tI high school appeared above coupon. Your contribution will much of their time to money-making Taxes paid and Titles verified
wearing small but valid bow column I if they do to lovemaking there would for Doo-rs-udeats. '
in the of .
be acknowledged <
I: of ribbon in red or blue, and when it be more Rockefellers in the world. Collection ancl- Conveyance
Utopian Society. I
Literary wa' announced that the annual contest this! pyx and you will get a receipt Fin. Life and Acctdsat IBJ
.f:'' The"opening meeting of the. Utopian for subscriptions to the Utolakeean from ,Treasurer Wilbur W.; Marsh of I ,', Specialties suranca.: ,

Literary Society was held last the school paper, was on, everyonefelt the N.tionalCommittee. / 111 1-1 Broadway ., Boadi. '
l' JnHday when the following program that the time for concerted action MUSTANG LtdemiityJ. ...". ,...,.,OoIT..t.' ..
well rendered was at hand. Since that hour a Previomtlr collected _________$24.50 f
: was :
,1 friendly though fierce battle has
Topic, "Eugene Field. raged. 10 CENT "CASCARETS" For Sprains Lameness.
Music, Charlie Rcgcro. t continue to enter tho
New pupils AND BOWELS ,
Sores Rheumatism
"Life of Eugene Field," Christine Osceola High School. Robert Giesy Cuts .
Ivey returned to Kissimmee this week, after Cure .Sick Headache. Pmnmtrate and Heal it: STEED General rV-Ktlcc.: jrW Mg sswdslattamle x xWomen.
spending the summer at Atlantic .*. Sour Stomach, Bad U ObttttrktMnl Plaa-ass*) K
Recitation; from writings of Eugene City, and is enrolled in the eleventh Bl'eath--C.ndy Cathartic. Stops Pain At Once ATTORNEYS AT LAW OJ i ;
Field, Harold Henberg. grade.. For Man and Beast order OVTR PALACE DRUG,STOItf.toSSlMMlE.
Instrumental solo, Gussie Winn. No odds how bad liver, stom- Legal bualneia of alf kinds give : ., A. f
Characteristics of Eugene Field, Miss Orpha Rose, daughter of Mrs. ach or bowels; how much your head 2Sc.5Oc.$1. AtAUDMlm.LINIMENT. prompt attention. .........Phase I N aria'Neva-

Section Anderson Agnes Rose, of Kissimmee, is teach- aches, how miserable you are from Office II and 11 State Bank Bid*.
I from Eugene Field. Bnd ing school at Union Center, near HiII constipation, indigestion, biliousness KlsBlmmee, Florida.Pat .
ley Harris liard's Island and sluggish bowels-you always get
Jokes, Howard Waddick. ALAN MacDONOUGHRegistered
I relief with Cascarets. They immediately J.
The meetings of this society will\ be State Health Officer cleanse and regulate the stomach -
I IY( held on the second and fourth Mondays remove the sour, fermenting food Johnston O. P. Garret ArchitectAND
of each month, immediately following Visits and Approves :
and foul gases; take the excess bile r I JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW
school, and visitors are cor- Kiliimmee Schools'Dr. from the liver and carry off the con Best Restaurant in Kiasimmee ENGINEERBRONSON

dially invited. stipated waste matter and poison BLDG. KISSIMMHH..
T. C. of Jacksonville, from the intestines and bowels. A BROADWAY CAFE:
't Stenolakre Society. Young Office 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Baal ,
connected with the State Board of 10-cent box from your druggist will +#
I On Wednesday afternoon the Sten- Health, visited Kissimmee's public I keep your liver and bowels clean, Regular Meals, 35c. Short Orders. Building J. A. TROVILLION, M. D. ;
t olakee Society held the first regular] schools] this week. After a careful examination stomach sweet and head clear for NewI.nageme"t Fla. Special Attention to
''1,' meeting of the season when the fol-] I of conditions existing months. They work while you sleep. J. H. SMITH, Prop. CANCER. GOITRE, TUMORS and
'rr 'vlowing! interesting' program was there, he stated that he had no suggestions DISEASES OF THE SKIN. t
Ir". Instrumental solo, Carolyn Fripp. health or sanitary regulations and 8tolla.m.
!;J Impromptu .speeches by officers of conditions surrounding the pupils.It Sunday is "rally day" in all depart- r Winter Park Office-2 to 4 and eI
the society will be a source of great satisfaction ments of church work. J. A. SCHREIfELS D. C. AND fOR SALE: I I to 8 p. m. aepl 6mo pd v
"The Stenolakee Literary Society to the community to know that Let us make a special effort to havea ,
'. of the Past," Muriel Prentis. such healthful conditions surround its "rally day" service in the Chris- CHIROPRACTORSpecialty
Quartet, Murray Ovorstreet, Wal- I chuldren during school hours. tian Endeavor Society meeting, which The Elite ParlorMRS. Robert
Riedel Co. -
l ter Bass, Norma Griffin and Muriel comes at 0:16p: m. in Nervous and Chronic ,
K Prentis. All the members of both junior and
h r t. "The Stenolakee Literary Societyof TAKES OFF DANDRUFF. senior societies are requested to be Duease 5UMMCRS, MIT. NOVELTY WORKS .
, the Present," Norma Griffin. : HAIR STOPS FALLINGSave present; also all honorary members. CKinrtitlM in Sllul AialjftU/ Frw. 207 Hit It,CM Irtek 3rtl UMIUM House Bills a Specialty All litirior FliishtVuufot
,}: Music by the quartet. visitors are cordially welcome to all Two Blocks North of Christian CbucrhC.F.ntRASHER and Door From, Windot sr
Mabel Overstreet and Carolyn Your Hair! Get a 25 cent bottleof the .meetings. The Wonder of the Age end Door 5cr....
M; Fripp served punch and wafers during Danderine right now-Also SECRETARY. Phonee: Shop Z.I; RetUdence XS7DarliBCtM ;$
a social hour following the program. OFFICE HOURS: Ave. Near Freight Dope*
The meetings of this society wilhbeheld stops itching scalp FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHYou
on alternate Wednesday afternoons Monday, Wednesdays Friday, SHEET METAL WORKER I
.ca., and visitors will be cordially Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy are cordially invited to attend between 7 aid 11 A. M. t
q Metal Roof. fmt end
hair is mute evidence of neglected OM
welcomed. a services with us next Sunday. Sun- Johnson BMg.. 114 t.2 Broadway G..rat..d W. B. Crawford Lee Jarretl
I scalp, of dandruff-that awful scurf day school at 945: a. m., N. C. Bryan, CRAWFORD ft JARRELLATTORNETSATLAW i
,;. e Athletics. There is nothing so destructive to Supt. Competent teachers and classes PHONE "' ..K KUSIMMff. ft.A :
the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair suited to all Preaching at 11 yI'Offices
of ,thei" ages
In the athletic department !
of its lustre, its strength and its
schools enthusiasm prevails The very a. m., subject: "Titles Examined. : 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizens ; '
life feverishness
producing a -
of football eventually Busy Bees at 2 p. m. Junior B. Y. P.
4' complete organization and itching of the scalp whichif LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW Bank Building; i
U. 3 Preaching at 7 subject
\ Coach David. pm. p. ,
<< ..... team has been effected not remedied causes the hair: roots sRoyal Feast?' Kissimmee Florida
: j
( Bbn. Capt. Johnson, and Manager
I to shrink, loosen and die-then the
A cool and welts CIIRSOFRillIERInsuranae
,1 Bullock placing the boys as follows: building a warm Waring Building.c.wGRIFFIN $
i hair falls out fast. A little Danderine
await at church.
.' Right end, Estey; left end, F. Bryan; tonight-now-any time-will surelysave me you our
"t right tackle. Rexford: left tackle Arnold I your hair. CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. .
A ; right guard, Wilson; !left guard, Get a 25 sent bottle of Knowlton'sDanderine
i. C. Bronson; center, I. Bronson; quarter from You DR. W. CARSON
any drug store. A. M. Chisholm will preach t.. o.o.oooo
back, Johnson; right half back, : surely can have beautiful hair and lots next Sunday. follows: .
*: back Regero; subs., Wnddick, OvtrI I I of it if you will just try a little Dan- Morning subject, "Melody of Life." that Insures DENTIST t
l street and Wells. derine. Save your hair! Try itt! Night subject, "All Have Sinned. ; Office over Pine,. Building jOslo.
I will be
... The first'game of the season _
Hour. *-*1S. 1 Spine
ful:: ,: '1If played on the 17Ui of this month at All boxes on top shelve should ; 'Phone II* Re.ldenc. 'Phone MOa
Orlando and those who are watchingthe If the child starts in its sleep, have plainly marked labels on them, Protection that Protects Administered for Eztrmotloo of<<
.:' "work out" are predicting a victory grinds its teeth while sleeping, picksat telling the contents of the box. This Staple and FangGROCERIES Teeth r_
t.. for Kissimnaee. the nose, has a bad breath fickle saves much time. y.'
\ ,f- The girls of the athletic association appetite, pale complexion and dark Leesburg I I. to have a plant for the
i::. .,. ar also showing great activity ..ndN' rings under the eyes; it has worms; building of .speed bot.t Some Jacksonville I J.W.THOMPSONFUNERAL :
j | t
and remain in the
,an spending the hours after schoolin as long a* they have leased the buildings -
intestines that child will be . parties
for a place on the baa- .iekly.WHITE'
ana ground for that purpo.e.o.tMalarla D AKIN AVENUE DIRECTOR ,
ket-ball team.This work 1 I. Charge ;:; CREAM VERMIFUGE
: that it I. probable that several teams stomach and bowel and puts the lit neOl4.aI'e.. : : of the City KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I f -
during the reason tie one on the road to health and -< .--1'. LICENSED EMBALMER b
I will b* organised oa r1w w.- TLSTZLiaarawro$1C.dd.e.satsra1Y1..wirb.e > > j ,. ,
4 f", i. I and a pries .of. Inter-school game. cheerfolnen.. Price 26e per 'bottle. .tdood.e.d'bends.eke ernter -, I ,II ,.",, ".."',' rn'- (' ,.,',"., ..... ".1-; _,,'('_,'1t.. ''.'.' --S--..- -,, -. d HJtl -} r

'I will._be played. ,The girl a are uing Sold by Osceol Pharmacy... Attaretat., pp.alan.aaletttWre.. IOS. .. 4ltore' lad'Cht, el. Stewart. A v..' 4.tyrc11

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L The Kissimmee Valley Gazette I ange groves will be a thing of the past. Ths'very I and 'judicial officials can do no wrong. ,On which SUPREME COURT REFUSES RE- was but carrying out the'duty devolve; " ",'.

thing is going to' happen some day, and we might theory is founded the doctrine of the "divine right" CANVASS: OF VOTES FORCATTS. ing upon him-"as- chairman, and that. ';
.P.blhiib.d; .E..." Prd.r. just a* well get our mental condition' ready for .it (,of kings. he was not at all embarrassed in r>el'oo '

os... !. Taller a..4.... '''..1__ Fl. When the groves are gone where "will we be at>"I I t' The application of penalties for "lese. ,majeste" (C.) tlured From l Papi One., ) forming had heard that Mr.duty.Catts Hosaid speak that but.her '

.. uitiiis It might be a good idea 'to think over this matte 1 Has no place in democracies or republics. : once, and that waswhile hs was pass*
; w. AND B. O. AtqAQVEW. Owamrc.
,. i a little in advance. The orange business may bea Therefore to make "lese majeste a crime of judicially determining the. true inad wn the street of Tampa on.
or a
r '
..... ...;.; 'k.;4wIl good business, but it is policy to put all the misdemeanor in these United Democratic nominee for governor was evening and ha stopped a few min '
I On. Cop)'.. On. Tear... ...______.......... 1..10 'I poor States of North America necessary in order to properly protectand Ut... *I heard Sidney J. Catts telling-
On. Cop,. Biz Mon.b..!!...-.______..._ 1.0 eggs into one basket no matter if the basket is a ,should be repugnant to any citizen or official secure the rights 'Of the individual the people assembled there to 'learn .
'On. Copy Thr.. Month......___.___.____.-. ..71t good Be .
f one.Besides 'I thereof.So Democratic voters of Florida. to write my name so that they could'v: j
communication * from our authorisendents there are many people who want to raise it it hoped that President Wilson will "on it further place it on the ballot in the event he0.--*
.U. _rt.p:: mud b* .lsrn.d by th. wrltr.jtA "hogs and hominy," the world's stand-by ever since the put "Resolved, that the State Demo- lost out in the Supreme Court and: .tit'
carpet" Acting Bliss for
assuming --4'- a.1.,. "
) matter will not b* returned unl* 1 Cnnimittee heartily that was enough) for me. ,
....1.d for.Entered. the. memory of man runneth not to the contrary. the function of policeman for executive dignity and endorses all of the Democratic nominee The chairman- said Mr Knott )had*, S

( In tb Potoffle In KlMlmmc. Florida.A Beef, pork mutton chickens and eggs are com regulator-in-general of ,Jree speech. *, national. state. and county, and been given the nomination by every '
cond claM matter.* ) modifies that always have and always will bring Charles Edward Russell is an Ame.ricanIriter o( does hereby pledge to loyally support legalized. authority that this government ... "
the gold. They are commodities that cannot be vigorous and critical style. His views about .the said nominees. in the ensuing gne- I possessed: and that as a_ lifelong -
FRIDAY OCTOBER 13 1916. many .... .__..uI. oe it further Democrat 'and servant of the'
swept away by zero weather or any other weather public matters are radical and some of them are "Resolved that all Democrats of Democratic rarty, he proposed to support J
conditions.. They are commodities that underlie the unsound; but it is not known that he ever offendedthe the state of Florida should give their the nominee whom he took ot De- l
KNOTT OR CATTS-TAKE YOUR CHOICE. very existence of the human race. law, and. as an American citizen in good standing active aid and support towards the William V. TCnott :-

The Florida Supreme Court hat ruled in favor Why. then should we not begin to prepare ourselves he should enjoy all privileges and courtesies ejection nominees of and all thereby of said continue DernocraUc the '\

of Comptroller William V. Knott in hit contestto for a contingency which is certain to take that condition entitles him to. supremacy of the Democratic party. REUNION OF CONFEDERATE:- "

deprive Rev. Sidney J. Call of the Democratic place-and may occur within the next ninety days M.. Russell recently wanted customary documents Be it further VETERANS AT TAMPA.

nomination for Governor awarded him in last Suppose: we have people come here who want to to establish his identity and character in Belgium.For "Resolved that all nominees of the : .

June's primary.The go into the stock business and not oranges. The these he applied to Mr. Bliss," charge d'affairesor Democratic election\ party are in particularly the recent called primary (Contiuned From Page One.) ,,

remit is what was expected by both Plain- first things they will want to know are: How can acting ambassador in France for the United ,upon to lend their aid and active sup- - . ,

tiff Knott and Defendant Calls and their respective we cure our pork j> How can we, keep our beef. Stales, and Mr. Bliss replied: port and assist in the candidacy of tends to brighten my few remainingdays. t-,
3 supporters.Mr. mutton chickens eggs and butter in fresh condi- In view of your criticism of the President I Woodrow Wilson for president, W. V. "I

: .1 Knott and his supporters all along have tion until the market demands it j?" do not feel justified in giving you a letter of Knott iustice for governor of the Sunreme and R. court.F. -.Ta'lorfor and "Let me urge upon and you my comrades .>1 V

ji 4 expressed the utmost certainty that the court What answer can we give to such inquiries ? All commendation, the Belgium legation. Hon.: Frank Clark frCongress': meet ,with your us sons, as it may daughters be the last to ",|

f. would decree to him the contested nomination.' we can say is this : "Go up to Marion or Alachua About a year ago President Wilson promptly emphatically the reason that the Democratic candidates meeting for many of us. ''*|
Their confidence was based. they claimed. on the and you will find these things." We say to them : and effectively put a postmaster in an last above named are being I "Gen. A. G. Bak. r. who hag chargeof 3
certainty that a "recount"would justly give Mr. "We cannot accommodate elsewhere." subjected to violent attacks by Independents the Veterans' interest, will iiot be ::S
you; Illinois minor the i
go postoffice to right-abouuface ina Republicans, Socialists and ,
of full :
C Knott more votes than had, been received by Mr. I There are many of this class coming to Florida. "lese rnajesle" case. other enemies of the Democratic par. I I satisfied"The big-hearted short a people attendance.of Tampa ,*

Calls. but they are not coming to Bartow or Polk county. The potmasterired"/ his assistant postmaster ty, and it is the sense of this commit want you all to come and share their ij'g.n
Mr. Calls and his supporters. on the other hand. Surely not. Are we going to continue orange mad because the latter had quasi-publicly criticised tc.;, speaking for organized Democracy -I I I rous hospitalities, they bid you 'J
for all
the state of Florida that
:.l have expressed the belief that they were trying and turn away men who represent a business whichis harshly the President for not-waiting. longer before such nominees should properly respond -I I I all"MAJ.-GEN.hearty: welcome L. II.. BUCHANAN ."j
$ their.cause in a court unfriendly to him and over- the very foundation of all prosperity? remarrying. to all requests hereafter made |', "Command fag Florida v

,, friendly to Mr. Knott. Concrete evidence of this I would suggest that the Board ol Trade think The postmaster was a Democrat; the assistant j upon them by the campaign (-omnllttee. -.i I Division U. C. V. 'f4
i. 4" belief has been afforded by their action. which over these conditions and see if something can be postmaster was a Republican and otherwise was a the, to give active aid "and support in I!I| "COL. W. A. RAWLS '}i
I'ilf anticipated the courts' ruling. This done them. present campaign. "Adjt-Gen. and Chief of Staff." 1$
plainly was to remedy J. R. DAVIS, persona non grata to the pqstmaster. ,So the latter Man Formerly for I
;i-* in /filing in the several counties than week ;
more a
made opportunity to get rid o( his assistant becausethe Knott Will Support Catts. j ;' |
ago nominating petitions placing Mr. Call's name "The best drinking water in Florida" does not assistant had denounced the President.Mr. Mr. Hodges of Calumbia, in pre- ISponxorial Staff 5j
Buchanan has announced hlw. f>
j independently on the ballot for the November make a successful farm. "The best climate in the Wilson instructed the Postoffice Department senting his resolution was vitriolic in sponsorial Gen. staff as follows: Mrs. T.
p; election. world" does not keep eggs and meat from spoiling; I forthwith K> restore the "fired"/ official to his position his denunciation of the methods em- I). Sale, Chipley, matron of honor; D. .''i
Thus Mr. Calls and his supporters have taken nor does it find markets for farm products. and to inform the postmaster that the offending said ployed that by supporters of Knott in and the ,Sale, Chipley, matron of honor; Mrs. ',!-
an appeal from the State Court to a the acknowledgment Mattie L. Buchanan Chipley,
? Supreme back criticisms between sponsor;
"Building up"a prosperous agricultural were a personal matter himself Supreme Court that there had been Christine McDonald
higher and a more powerful tribunal-to the real country means something more than merely getting (President) and the assistant postmaster. Doneas robbery in Madison county reminded 1 Miss maid of honor; Miss Cordelia( Argyle Magru'I.:;

: court of last resort. They have appealed their settlers here and letting them work out their own soon as said. The assistant probably stilLholdshis him of the cornering of a negro criminal -,der, Tampa hostess sponsor; Miss '
.;4 cause to the voters of Florida. agricultural and economic salvation.We job. I for hog-stealing; that he "al- Ixouth M. Buchanan West Tampa. '";,
The Valley Gazette has followed closely the ways confessed when caught with the hostess maid of honor. J".
need of the of The President will Mr. "
more community spirit more probably give Bliss similar goods. | General Buchanan's little grandson : .
development of actual and circumstantial facts in the of the instructions. Otherwise his real Mr. Hodges told how he had -
co-operative spirit more helping hand. friends and all sup- the mascot of the Florida Division -
the Knott-Catts controversy. Consequently this and less of the every-man-for-himself-and-the-devil-/ other liberty-loving Americans should be disap ported Mr. Knott, but believed the will be one of the interestingvisitors '
,,; pewspaper has no quarrel with Mr. Calls for apr ake-the-hindmost policy. poin ted. preservation of Democratic principles and will make a speech dur-
should that
always come first and
<.1 the electorate. ing one of the ceremonials. ,
pealing to Nor do we need these in the eleemosynary or : :- when he knew that the "good old
-; ; The Valley Gazette declines to make itself a almsgiving sense. We can help others-and help our- Florida Crackers had counted the Noted .Visitors to Attend. :jI

.! partisan to this already too acrimonious con I rote selves at the same time. OIL MONOPOLY AND MISSIONARY EFFORT.W. votes and- sent- them-in that the Democrats -- _Ihslll1l1'uishpd I uu"u u_ __ heroes of__ t__Hf__. _IAllt____ .1_
.: I The situation is with E. of the staet had spoken," and Cause will attend the reunion.
versy. now surcharged vituperation The United States and the Board of ( Macklin Nanking China. July 29-In Chi- the
he was going to support : nomineen'.eaning General; George 1'. Harrison of "
vindictiveness and reckless allegationsand Commissioners cago Public.' ) ( Catts). Ho criticised the .
County employ an agricultural expert Opelika Ala., commander: in chi:?f of
; denunciations.. We have no hard-names lo!- Advise farmers in Osceola county how to It has often been said that. in heathen lands the action of Mr. Knott in waiting until the Confederate Veterans, has writ- \
'i:,' either Mr. Calls or Mr. Knott. farm products. missionary comes first and afterwards the exploiter. after the canvassing- board had made ten Mayor I II. B. McKay stating: that '
't grow[ its award saying that there was no
he be able attend.
to to
In its function as a medium of however hopes
news Both self-interest and should This unfortunately is sometimes for instancein
neighborly duty true as provision in the law for such appeals Another distinguished guest will be
S this newspaper will publish impartially any signed move the Kissimmee Board of Trade the St. Cloud Hawaii the sugar trust followed the efforts of and that when the circuit court General: E. M. Law, of Bartow, the (.
:S statement of fact relating to either party to the Board of Trade. and other business interests to cooperate missionaries. Some of the missionary children are refused injunctions and were uphold lone surviving major general of the .. ,
controversy. The voters now sit as both judge with this county's farmers for profitable/ in the trust.Professor. by the Supreme Court that this was Confederate armies. Sv, '
the end of the Democratic machin-
Miami Wants Next Reunion. "
and jury on the case and they are entitled to any conservation of farm when Brown of Union in Nan- 1
disposition or products was ery's functions to insure fairness to A strong contest for the next State-
: y
S, evidence or news that might assist them in forming larvested-including poultry and live-stpck. king and spoke about the great missionary convention a nomiije I I reunion probably will be made by a ',;

:: a decision or a verdict. one way or the other. Will they do it j? Probably not. May be too many held in Panama. In his talk he deplored the Raney Not Embarrassed. 1 1 number of Florida cities. Miami i is !

: : of them are too busy burning gasolene and the work of the big companies exploiting the resourcesof Chairman Raney in replying to among the first cities to make known v
its intention of for the
asking next
criticisms of his action in the (
S EXHIBITS FOR the South American calling
FAIR wind. as a hindranceto State reunion.Transportation. .;
S committee at this time and criticismof i
Construction work on the Osceola County FairS mission work. After his address I asked him his statement that the Democratic I, Rate ,'S
has why the missionary societies introducing the threatened said that he :
been commenced. Exhibits will be wanted- were party was Railroad fares to the reunion will .4
S. MUST be obtained. oil trust into China. He seemed at loss for anything wa-n- be one fare from any point In Florida -i

Every Osceolan should give aid in this matter. CHARACTERS. to say. with 25 cents added. Liberal /J
Prepare an exhibit!--or assist some one else to do Some Federal Representatives ("Congressmen" Now that some of the missionary societies and END STOMACH TROUBLE. time limit will be accorded all. tickets.- j.

'so.. .o called) are being honored this year in theirampaigns bishops have sold us out to the oil trust our workin GASES OR DYSPEPSIA S t,

S Vegetablef. fruits, flowers, shrubs, insects wild for re-election. At the same time the teaching and healing the sick and preaching willet "pa' .'. piapepsin make Sick Sour, Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days -

I And .domestic plants, specimens of ,all sorts, andS honor that- i. rendered them endangers their re- the bad odor of the kerosene can. Gassy Stomachs) surely feel fine Tour OINTMENT drnrsrlit Un will to car refund* .ny money.... of if itbIn PAZO.. "i I
curiosities will be welcomed. . election. In fact some> or all of them may be Already the head of the oil trust is dubbed in In flve. minutesu aii.dsIe.dlnrorrrotrudlnrtI..I.6.oi4o.! r*. I ,
The am pplic tion gives KM sad SMtt. sou. "
}IJ, s : efealed.. Great corporate ntere.ta'are maJdngextraordinary the Chinese daily papers, "the Foreign Oil Highway -- ,"
efforts to prevent their return 'to Robber Chief." If what you just ate is' souring' on NOTICE) 0V ADMINISTRATOR ) ,
IN MARION AND AlACHUA-WHY NOT IN VI\". ttfrAmaoll 1Ii.!.. lilcn__ a lllfnn of (For KI..I I>l_... .) / .
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,, the House of Representative As an illustration the price of oil has gone up lead. digestoryoislelchgas
OSCEOLA7 The tactics of Mark Hanna being revivedto over 100 cent. Other commodities have only !. Cnr< of c.'i; '#.
are per and eructate sour, undigestedfood .1"1...... Co..<". r" "
.: J. R. Davis, noted seedsman and farmer at Bar- accomplish this. Hanna's methods are simple gone up say 25 or 30 per cent. The Chinese are or have a feeling of dizziness
tow. Fla., has written an editorial for the ValleyS but effective. He poured comparatively vast sums too ignorant to see the reasons for this extra rise heartburn fullness nausea bad taste' I.Notice re K.(!..<.hereby of sa.driek riven all Ckndlvr.whonIt f
in mouth and stomach-headache
; Gazette. Mr; Davis does not know he has done so. out of his campaign treasury into states or districts and there is very hard feeling. can: get blessed relief in five minutes.Put you. of may October.concern A. ,D.that on, 1 the haJl 20th apply day '..
,, He did not know he was producing an editorial for where able Congressional fighters (Senatorsand I I told one of the oil agents that if the Chinese an end to>> stomach trouble foreverby to the Honorable 'T.19it. Murphy. Judxo '
any newspaper when he wrote a communication to Representatives) against "the interests"were had not been punished so severely for the Boxer getting a large fifty-cent case of of my said final Court.dlacharite a. Judge HB. of Administrator Probate, for "r v

S! the Polk County Record (Bartow) of Oct. 5 last. seeking re-election. His idea was that monopoly uprising there might be oil rioting now and the sub- You Pape's realize Diapepsin in five from minutes any drug how store.needless of dereaaed the. oitate; and of that Bhadrlck at the M.same Chandler tim I, .'

1 Mr. Davis wrote openly to the Bartow Board of gained more in the defeat of one able and vigorous idized missionary hospitals and medical schools it is to suffer from indigestion, counts will present Administrator to l said Court of my said I final i
;,17 Trade. We borrow his words and apply them to anti-monopoly Congressman than by the defeat would get the odium and perhaps be torn down by dyspepsia er any stomach disorder. and ask as for rllhd.: approval i iIJated
the Kissimmee Board of Trade and to conditions inS j of a dozen others who only perfunctorily the infuriated mob. The poor ignoramuses cannot It is the quickest, surest stomach doc- W. A W.. I)CHANtITR.1515.
Osceola that the increased is in order to tor in the world. It's wonderful. K-lamoCmo Administrator.
}i county. opposed "the interests. ee price necessary __ _ _
Ii'J Mr. Davis deals with a matter that is vital to the For instance in 1900 he put $500.000 into the make the foundation work self-supporting and a ---u -- - -

': progress and prosperity of counties in this sectionof State of South Dakota to prevent the re-election of little morel! -4 4I

) ; Florida. What he says applies as much to Osce- Senator Pettigrew. Hanna was wise; he succeeded What if the great opium merchants should get up j

f 1. ola county as it does to Polk county-though inS ; the result was worth the cost. a fund to support hospitals and dispensaries and
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f somewhat different degree and aspect. His article Representative W. W. Bailey. (Nineteenth schools for Chinese) Should we accept their I

follows./ S : Pennsylvania). Clyde H. Tavenner. (Fourteenth money and give them Godspeed) The leader of the

Illinois has been until lately the head of _ _ _ _ ._ . . . . . . _ j
_ T. PeHc! County Record: Illinois), and Frank Buchanan (Seventh ) opium merchants - - - -
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Bartow as well as most other south Florida towns. are the principal targets this year. All are Demo- the charity organizations in Shanghai. First rob ,'
maintains Board of 1 districts defeat and the people and then dole out alms. FOR RENT-Flat ''of four rooms. To Exchange; For Florida Property. !
a Trade-presumably for the i crats. Money is pouring into their to impoverish Light and water. Good location. l'INlIMPROVED. FARM near
.. purpose of looking after the general welfare of the them. It t was the old way of the thieving Roman rulers to Terms reasonable. Address Box Golden City, Mo. Owner wants to
citizens of the town and community. at well as the Representative Bailey's scalp perhaps is the most keep the people from rebelling.As 402, eity. 41-4tp whole county. / desired. He has been a persistent fighter for legislation soon as the oil trust begins its unjust railway acre': 280 acres.
The labors of this Board discrimination rebates and drawbacks. there will be 600 MILES bcs' hog ana cow range.A 240 ACRES near Mitchell in Indiana
S of Trade it seems, havein that would do away with "special privileges"and 300 aero farm for sale in range! worth $100 per aero; owner has .
S the past been mainly confined to securing new in establishing social justice. He has opposed hatred of the monopoly leaders in China as in Penn- $4,000. Dixie Highway: railroad. asthma wants to deal for Florida !
; lesidents from other sections of the country. This every plan tending to despoil farmers and workingmen. sylvania. Can a leopard change its spots or a lion Capt. T. Hall Utopia Fla. 36tf property.

is good as far as it goes, but it does not go far He battled against the "preparedness"- become a lamb j? Surely the church leaders know 400 ACRES, nicely improved, in Onei,1

L enough. S gram of the militarists. He has been conssitent in this is possible or they are dangerously ignorant of St. Cloud Real Estate to da Co.Florida., N. Y. Price Owner$35 wants per to. come acre. t"

S This Board of Trade should see to it that the con his attitude. regardless of party. He has opposed the history of tat most devilish of all hie corpora- Presents many opportunities for Good farm. Better fret busy on this. ':

ditions' surrounding the new comer after he has even some legislation indorsed by his party's councils tions.In. choice investments from time to SEVERAL KANSAS FARMS rang- i
I have lots and tracts ..
nude. I bis home with such of the churches democracy exists and time. some ing from 80 to 320 acres, some
S us are that he will be many for sale at bargain ''prices. Address t
highly improved, for )Florida -
prosperous and happy afterwards; otherwise he Representative Tavenner's offense mostly is in exposing the leaders cannot act like the bipartisan bosses of A. E. Drought Administrator. 42-4t .. The above are no junk property but ;j

fnifht iy away some day and take with !him bad corrupt workings of an international cliqueof our cities and sell out the liberties of the church bona fide deals and owners will do 4

.. ; S.t tidings, such as would &uuade other prospective war-material manufacturers. The exposure made members. One of the missionary secretaries was EXCELLENT GUAVA JELLY- business on a fair and equitablebasis.

' 't'' settlers from locating in Polk county. by him .is largely responsible for legislation to establish -. chided for thus acting arbitrarily and he replied Reasonable price. Call 116 Mab- WE ALSO. HAVE a 320-acre farm in '

. ::1;, Make the new comer prosperous, and he not only a government armor-plate factory. This isan that they had to act rapidly as it was an emergency. bette street. 41-4tpd Oklahoma (price $35 per acre,) for ;

,q': stays, bat he persuades his friends to come. unpardonable offense. It will deprive the Steel They will yet rue the day when they sold out to the FOR SALE-Complete bathroom fix- Florida property. Owner is very

Such being the case it seems to me that the Trust of much profit it otherwise would have reaped devil. tures and kitchen sink all porce- anxious to get here quickly I
SS, Board of Trade. supposed to be the guardian! of hie from "preparednesi" legislation. The militaristsare I would like to get a combination of the missionaries - lain enameled, half price. Call at I HAVING SPENT 8 WEEKS in the \,
106 South Vernon. Ave. 42tf North we are in touch with some
{general public welfare. should sit up and take notice suing him for $100.000 libel etc. to appeal over the heads of the leaders to the excellent exchanges and have buy-< '\
St that there are'.ome condition now in existence Representative Buchanan's sin is somewhat more church members. era for real bargains. Come see MS .
: that do not make for the prosperity of either those icinous. Not only has he made himself "particeps I got into a lawsuit fighting the opium merchants! .WANTED-MAGAZINES AND OLD and list your property with us for
t the
1 .BOOKS-By ladies of the Presbyterian wood service.
who live here those but he is hated and I believe it our duty to oppose ,
now or to come. riminis" in Tavenner's "misdeeds. in Shanghai. church, to make up a car- WE CAN SUIT YOU on an exchange. S
It is true that we are going to have some nice for his untiring contention for fundamental reforms evil wherever we meet it. The opium business is a load. Phone number 71, and arrangements We want good property for sale. f
4 S slick roads but they will have to be paid for by that would seriously hamper or abolish various predatory shade worse than the oil trade.-perhaps not in will be made to call for Will send free booklet gotten out :

and by. and we want to see every one of us in con- monopolies.The methods, but because of the inherent vileness of I them. 42-tf by County Commissioners to interested (

*. dition this and others locate the Hanna these traded.As . I parties. Correspondence solicited (
to meet expense, many to outcome of tactics against the substance WANTED-Magazines and old books .
with us to help enjoy these roads, as well as to and other "dangerous characters" be awaited a Britisher. I threw over the odium of the 1 by ladies o? Presbyterian church 43tf NELSON REALTY CO. I:;.
S S for them. S with interest--and hope for their non-success. opium business by denouncing the accursed trade. to make up a carload. Phone No. '

S Now I am not trying to find fault with anything oranybody.'but My Chinese friends know that I have no part nor lot 71, and arrangements will be madeto FOR SALE--One fresh Jersey cow;
t call for them. 42-tf also 3 others, 4 old will be
I am going to offer a few suggestions in it. years ,
; t whereby conditions may be improved and the county FOOLISH ACTING AMBASSADOR BLISS. I want to publicly-disown the oil trust and all of FOR SALE--One Ferrand Cadilac P.fresh McCABE in a few, weeks Kissimmee Address Pak J>L. ;

put upon a substantial business basis. Very fallacious and foolish is the idea that the its vicious methods so as to try and retain a decent combination player piano in excellent (Route No. 2)) 48ui._

At present the printipal pursuit being and about 'resident of' the United States should not be 'criti.ciaedor" name among my Chinese friends. I regret that all condition Considered with 65 rolls music ..#
275. best TO
r to be enjoyed is the 'growing oranges.. The or- above criticism.: Briti.hen'do not disown the opium and that. all town. X. Y. Z., Gazette'" player 4 -2tpd in horse power) for Motor-boit dairy cow. ((3-Or ., .
S : *nge business present i. '1OOCl What its future, It is equal) in foolishness to the idea that coiftts Christians do not seem to know the depraved history will seU. EnRie in first-class condi '.;

,is. no juan can' teJL If history repeats itaelf'some and judges are or should I be above, criticism.' of .the oil trust. 'Must they bum their fingers DWELLINGS Tiller for rent, apply to M. tion. Mrs. E. E. Wells', 104 Possiet \' ', {

5- :morning ;ie, .we.willwakeup, ; the Polk county'' or- It is equivalent, holding !that\ these,,execptives before they) 'w9J,1ea.nt.1. 'I, ; avenue. Telephone 242. 41tfv ..

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i. : THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTET.1.phons You dont; love to ask us if our Mr*... Rat of ugrhman'pent' Tues President Rlpl y. of the Santa Fe with cries of "anGrchy-St.Aup.( t 1
candy II' .fresh. Jacobs "made Jastnl&ht day hopping.In Kissimmee.Mri. .. railroad, announces his determination tine Meteor. ,
( No. 11.) ," received by express once a J.: : to defy the Adamson elgbt-hour law. I >"*' I'
: dasaer'wae
week. CORNER. PRUd STORE. .. l. M. a Loug-hman I. If a labor official were to issue 'any Apron and! hip yokes' are Simula-. I
Published Every Friday By visitor in Klasimmee this week on such' President' "
statement and
Ripley ted with of the \
embroidery oll'mallY'
I W. B. HARM*'* >l. G.'VAN* 'GREW, Tampa, MM -and were!olrll prominent. A-<3t-Proudfoot among1 the of business and"''pleaeurebent., I. i hi I..kind would,.poke. the welkin ring new skirt,

out of town visitors In .Klssimmee Rev. J. T, Reave l left1 Wednesday _
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h last FridayD. / for Madison county to bring back his
later, Mrs, 'E.-- H. Jeffcoat who recently rC
KI ,. F. .William Gainesville' and lost her husband, anJ who will
A. Uv Lake and wife of'' Watertown. make her home with him in future SENSATION
Fla.. were a pleasant auto party reg.i@tering of' THE THE.: SEASON: ,
J. K. Milliard HUIIrd' Island
*, r 1 1, I ,.at the Grafstone Saturday.
yo spent Tuesday in the city attending .
'Charles P. Dow who is cashier of the regular meeting of the' board oi
the People's National Bank of Or- directors of the Citizens Bank of Kissimme .
lando, was a business visitor here of which he is a member.J. I
/ pvc' Monday. THE C W. PARK .
R. Anthony, Jr., connected with \ 1 1r :
Mrs. J. S. Cadel, who has been the Witham System of banks and (
STAtE PRL55 .upending the last three months visit. president of the Citizens Bank of Kla b4KING '' I
c' irg1' relatives in Washington and New simmee, was here Tuesday from Jacksonville r Mnsical Comedy' Company,

York,, returned home on Tuesday., i ,
Mr. adel met her in Jacksonville.
..o..o"O OOtoooooo.ooooo William Davis, vice-president of
IrI Senator Arthur E. Donegan represented the Orlando Bank and Trust company, POWDERAbsolutely Monday Tuesday and Wednesday ;f
I* Weather Osceola county at the meetingof was a visitor to Kiaaimmeo Tuesday, ,
{ i "\ ; Report ; j the Democratic Executive Com being/ in attendance at the regular .
U. mittee held in Jacksonville last Sat. metein( of too board Of directors of Pure Oct. 16 17 and 18 ;
urday. the Citizens! Sink: of KUsimmec. 1

Made from Cream of .
t Following are daily tempera- ] ) Mrs. L. W. Pilley Mrs. Belle Carr Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck went At 8:30 P. M. Sharp
tune and precipitations as reported and Mrs. G. H. Prather and son, Wil up to Jacksonville last Saturday and 1r
: by Government station liam, comprised a party that enjoyedan returned Monday driving down from NOALUI-NOPHOSPHATE '
i at Kissimmee for the week end- automobile trip to Orlando last that 'ci\y in.a 1917 Ford car, which !
ing Thursday, October 12: ,. Wednesday on pleasure and business.M. : will be used as a demonstration car ---
by the Lupfer & Prather .
, Max. Min. Rain 1 | M. 'Stewart, of St. Cloud spent garage. ,

t Friday _______ 87 71 Saturday'and Sunday in Kissimmee. D. G. Wagner attended a 'get-to- MILLINERY OPENI NGS 't f
Henry W. Smith of Zolfo was a visitor gether meeting of New York Life Insurance AT CASINO THEATRE
Saturday ______90 71 .65 in Kissimnvee last Sunday when agents recently held in Jack-

". Sunday ________89 74 tie registered at the Graystone.F. sonville, which: he reports was both Hosts of delighted Issues ttirn .,'ai'to .
.' Monday _______88 70 pleasant and profitable. Since resigning the opening of the hat shops, last \'
W. .Hill of Narcoossee i
Tuesday __ ____89 68\ spent his railroad position some years "Friday to view the styles for the approaching ,
the attending
Tuesday a "
ago to enter the insurance field, Mr. season.
Wednesday ____85 70 boar of directors of
meeting of the Wagner has been ,
markedly success At the Bon Ton store decorations of
Friday ____.___85 69 I the Citizens Bank of Kissimmee, of ful, though he had no former experience purple and gold prevailed. Quantitiesof Musical I Comedies .
,( which he is vice president.E. : .. 1,
or training that line. In the potted plants, arranged under the "
OOO'O" OOOO.'O'OoOOOO amount of insurance written for his direction of Kissimmee's Miss
& W. Collars at the Quality florist
=v. a -- -; Store,; C. W. Dann, tngr. company in, Florida, his record stands Jean Caldwell, made a most attrac- Elegant Wardrobe 1 4;
well up toward the top of the column. tive setting for the brilliant colors. .

00000000000000.00000000000 Lieut. J. B. Steffce, recently returned -, Mrs. Rogero' and her trimmer,, Miss '
from the Philippines, and who Informal Wedding.In Billie Wilson, were both gowned in Pretty Scenery
was the victim of an unfortunate accident the Methodist church last Sat gray, were fall costumes.At .
I i The Local Field I I'OOOOOOt.O'OO"O' in which his knee was severe- urday afternoon, at 3:15: o'clock, Miss Miss Bandy's store dainty cut
:' ly injured, has been visiting friends Bessie Frierson and Bert Longwell, flowers and a beautiful bank of pot Big Beauty Chorus ;
and relatives in the city this week. of St. Cloud, were informally and ted plants supplied artistic decora t,
, "OOOOOO quietly married in the presence ef a tions. Miss Bandy was assisted by ;.;
I A. W. Gustus returned home last small group of the bride's neighbors. Miss Nina Brattpn in displaying the
. Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought.For week froro Indiana, where he had Rev. S. W. Lawler performed the goods to the visiting lad Js. -
: boon spending his vacation with relatives The styles shown generally con SPECIAL -1
I For Sale-Horses!' mules and Shetland and friends and has resumed his ceremony.Mrs. ongwell is the daughter of formed to a "flat arrangement," including WEDNESDAY

; ponies. J. W. Miller. tf p< sition as cashier in 'the First i National S. W. Frierson living at the cornerof many: tailored effects. Feathers
i. Fri- Bank of St. Cloud. Central avenue and Vine Street wings and ornaments were promi-
'.' L. L. Taylor, of Trenton, spent MATINEE AT 3:30 P. M. .
Mr. Lopgwell is from St. Cloud where nently used and bright-hued winter
in this
day city. Mrs. E. P. Wilcox returned home I he has resided with the family of his flowers. Many pretty creations in ,I t,

W. S. Morrow, of Jasper, visited in last Saturday. She spent nearly all uncle, E. Fewox, who is engaged in Russian purple and also brown were "M.
the city Friday. 1 the summer in northern Ohio. Th? the fishing business. The newly wed- seen among the standard colors dis
., lust two weeks of her trip compriseda ded couple will stay in Kissimmee a played. | f }
Buy your fall millinery from Mrs.L. visit to Washington, D. C. while but probably will remove to Mrs. Rogero added a line of suits, POPULAR PRICES J, ,"
Garner, St. Cloud, and save money. St. Cloud. coats and shirt waists and fancy
. You MAY not :,//Ce our poetry, but colors to her stock.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. .Lesley\ you WILL like our shoes-ami other Mrs. Z. Barager Dead.Z. First Six Rows and Box Seats, 35c. Balance of House, 't
on Friday, Oct. 6, a daughter.Get dry goods. See Stanford's advertise- .
Barager, of St. Cloud, was in the
your shoes at the Quality ment-page 5. city this week, having been drawn as THE EMERGENCY SHELF.How Adults 25c; Children 1 Sc.
Store; C. W. Dann, mgr. Dr. M. B. Cushman, Homeopathicand a juror in the county court. The Gazette I ,
: will was pained to learn of the deathof
S. G. Barber, from Boggy creek, office Osteopathic on Mondays Physician and ,Fridays openan in Mrs. Barager, which occurred last to B* Always' Prepared For Unjcported RESERVED SEATS ON SALE AT OSCEOLA PHARMACY 'a

: attended county court this week at the Rivers' Building. Hours 9 to Friday, interment being made on Sun- Gu..t..

'- Kissimmee. II', 12 and 2 to 4. day. Mr. Barager was one of the first When, unexpected guests arrive the ..
1t settlers of St. Cloud, having '1
has moved into hostess wishes
one naturally to
Osborne Young E. & W. Collars; nobby styles for several months in Kissimmee in the -
'p of Mach Bros, cottages a quarter mile young men. Quality Store; C. W. summer of 1909 waiting for the survey them and to get her share of pleasure ..... .o oooo..o.oooo..o.oo f
of the Carson dairy farm. ..
north Dann, mgr. to be completed so that he could from (be visit, but that matter of
A get the location of his lots. When "what to eat" makes her 111 !i t\
Bucilla crochet thread number, eue.She
; any Our chocolate milks are palate- the
survey was completed he immedi-
.. Store C. W. phones wildly for tbls and that or EYE SPECIALISTThe
S for 25c. Quality ; I pleasing. They stop that hungry otely began the erection of his resi-
Dann, mgr. We sterilize our glasses. dence and has been one of the most out Into the kitchen almost as
CORER DRUG STORE, the sani- soon as the guests are seated. Later,
consistent boosters of the
Carl Walker and J. T. Alderman of "Wonder Man will be hert Come and .
Eye Tuesday. in
tary fountain. City" ever since.WARNING In taking stock she finds that she has
tr Ba*-enger were here in attending ,
\ pent more than was warranted and
.4 county court this week. E. L. Kimbrough salesman of Lakeland for LakelandPhosphate Fla. FROM CITY MARSHALAll that the refreshment offered were see him'if you are having Eye Trouble Glasses correctly 't
s t. Can'on Mrs. L. Garner St. Cloud, needlessly lavish or sadly one aided.
Co.. is -here explaining to persons within the' city limit fitted and satisfaction guaranteed.
. for.stylish millinery at lowest prices.? ,the and farmers why of Kissimmtfe are hereby The hostess backed by a well stocked +

Mrs. M. E. Hall and Miss M. M. !thejr orange/rowers Fern- to tie live stock so that the anima emergency shelf and'menus arrangedto .. (. fr
""I 1 .Britton, of Davenport, shopped In this user can. stray,over sidewalk or street. fit any occasion opens her door to .tA .A. ,

,: city Friday. > R_ L. flyers .via- reildent''' of the .,G. W. OVERSTREET Ole party of friend who "Just drop in" ,, !,
'. City Marshal: with absolute Joy. She comfortably : : "
",1W. Hill was here from Narcoocfel *- Orlando Banking ana Trust company, Repairing a Specialty''
visit with her guests for she know
in attending the
"", on Wednesday looking after business was town Tuesday,
regular meeting of the board of directors eke can serve dainty, satisfying refreshment
+ interests. of the Citizens Bank of Kis T* CJea."Y. In a twinkling from her WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND

Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Beckett of Lps simmee, of which he is a director. O.M ttage, breocbee ass either article emergency shelf.
Angeles Cal., registered at the Gray- I of Jewelry that are set with pre- Oa the emergency shelf there should EVERYTHING IN OUR LINE r
.I Mrs. A. E. Ford has returned from .
doo atone can be cleaned with
atone Monday warm
on be canned nab meat*, chicken and
th. Florida Sanitarium, at Formosa, ..
water, white( and little .
w soap a very fruit, a Jar of sweet homemade cookie
Mrs. Rhea H. Lee, who is connected where she recently underwent an op 5 Jt S -
ammonia. Ce oft old teethbruab
with the State Board of Health, spent eration. We are pleased to note that a *, package of plain crackers a Jar
Borne time in the city this week. she is rapidly recovering her normal to get in between the setting and the of pickle, beef extract and canned
health. tone. For ring set with turquoise oupa. A small case of grape Juice will
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Dimick, of Palm and pearls the water cleansing should answer the call of almost all emergencies H. O. BROWN & CO.
Beach, Kissimmee visitors last Mr. and Mrs. Mark Skinner have
were be avoided but for the hard transparent for beverage and desserts.
Friday. occupied the home of Mason Bogie, gem it 1* allowed. Polish the a'pall of leaf lard hand to Keep mix
223 Mabbette street this summer. The pure on : Jewelers and Optometrists
Jacobs delicious Brazil Nut Chocolates Bogues returned this week from their ring and pins with a soft chamois and tip quick t>atrie and to cook cro I 1

1 lb. package $1.00. CORNER* northern visit, and the Skinners will they will be wonderfully bright and quettes. SUCCESSORS TO COLE JEWELRY CO.

DRUG STaRE.I1aQdiheatwhat. return to their home, at 431 Mabbette sparkling. H. O. i'
.ill it? That's street. WIll..... You Need a Onaeral Teak

easy, ask us. CORNER DRUG Mrs. H. C. Stanford was dang.eroUllly FOR SALE. Take drove' ....0..0..0..0. .....eo.e...e ..* ......
STORE. Phone 297. this week is im The Old Standard Grove' Tasteless
ill part of but Fiftene-acre farm; small house; located chill Tonic 1* equally valuable as a
J. W. Slater and Mrs. A. S. Reed and proved. Several physicians were call- within abort distance of the new General Tonic because it contain the .
from ed in consultation. Her many county fair and on the Dixie
little returned home Sunday well known tonic propertleaofQUININBaDd
have been much concerned about her Easy
Rhode Island, where they spent the Highway. terms. Bargain. IRON. It act on the Liver, Drive .
time her illness from
for some dating Price
summer. some time back, and they earnestly $500.ARTHUR oat Malaria Enriches the Blood and lass in our town was a victim of blues; ;
Build the \V. ole SO cent
/ System. :
.\ up >
for her restoration to health and
. We regret to note that Mrs. Walter social activity.Mrs. tooti were paining her because of her SHUES
is quite --
Bronson of Campbell, -
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ill, and is undergoing treatmentin William Farrell of WhIter 44fiP60604 004 oooooooooo ooooo oooooooo But our poetry she read. d
a hospital at Orlando. Home and her mother, Mrs. Ida

297-We send for your Tracy, were the (guests of Mr. and And to Stanford' she sped, a
Telephone carefully Mrs. S. B. Aultman on Wednesday.Mrs. IF IT'S THE TRUTHThat
prescription--they are pre- returning to her homein she' the
pared and sent back to you without Tracy was now a* chippr. Teddy Mues,
STORE. Jacksonville, after some time spent
any delay. CORNER with her daughter at Winter Home, in Europe they have killed forty-seven million men; lost BECAUSE AT '"
Mrs. Roy Chalker (nee Carson), on the Florida Midland railroad.R. r
Oak Fla. is here on a visit strayed or stolen ninety-three milfion and the
from Live C. Partin, one of Osceola coun- ; women and children
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Carson. the ty's city most Wednesday successful and farmers made, the was Ga-in of seventeen nation are living on 1D0w-alHI and poverty, what in C.: STANFORD COMPANY i

Misses Ruth Graham and Emily zette office an appreciated call. He thaader are they doing with all l the wheat over there and why is
attend the Confederate
Gordan of Orlando, expects to
and Jeannette "
were the guests here of Miss. Bessie Veterans' reunion I in Tamp next week floor ao high Old Reliable Shoe Dealer .. 0ceU Ceuty.'
Moseley last Saturday and Sunday. and is looking forward to a good time

,:. Raymond Bearden, 805 Emmett mingling with his old comrades.Mrs. Better bay floor before the Dutch suk it afll! FOUND

convalescent so J. W. Evans made reservations
..' that street he, is can sufficiently rest on the porch of his early in the summer for living accom- 10 Ib>> tack Hard Wheat Bread Flow __ud_____________ .50 J'A good fit, '

home. modations in Hendersonville some weirdly N. C.named but 12 tt>> Sack Self-raiong Flour __________________________ .60
place near ,
Miss Elizabeth Parker is spending the floods descended; she changed her 24 Ib Sack Self-raising Hour ________________________ 1.15 good style t

.1' ... the Mrs.week G. F.wither PBrVer, parents at their, Mr.summer and plant"at After White two Springs weeks' Fla.of,rejuvenation she hiedto Whit. Salt Chunk Meat ______n______________________ .16 good quality. I<

home, on Boggy creek. the mountains of North Carolina, White Salt Side Meat ______________1_________________ .19 t til s'

,. John and James Roberts father and finding Home Brevard perfect ,rest N. She"Deer returned Park Beat Creamery Batter --------'T-----------------______ .40 Stocks of Autumn Shoes

son, of Chicago, were in this city i to her Kissimmee home yesterday. Fancy Lemons, dozen ________________________________ .15 ,
to St. Cloud to
", Monday on their way 3 Package Pan Cake Flour _____________
spend the winter.C. 1-- _____________ .25 Underwear Autumn y

Cranberries, quart _______________-tf lS J ,
of the leading ------------------
W. Billiard, one Wilder'sStudio
merchants of Bassenger. has been Ji
Autumn Au-
t | spending the week in Kissimmee in -'Onion Set Ji i Hosiery,
'k attendance upon the county court. -

;:f x W. B. Harris of the Valley GaretteAttended Your Friend can buy anything : ATTailor's : i : Hats (for Men) and. Mis- y l
the called meeting of the you can give them-except your ,
State Press Association held in Jacksonville photograph. Make the appointmenttoday. .

b last Friday and Saturday. Cash i Dry Goods.NO .

Grocery '
Mrs. A. Ordas, residing on Bermi*

1 avenue .north of, the cTtyJta''Jj' To Cure a Cold la One DayTak.LAX4TIn '
almost restored ...01100.1_. It stop t1.D .. i ,
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i CANNING CLUB NEWS CAPT. A. H.. MILLER LOCAL AND STATE:FARM. ORCHARD AND LIVESTOCK' NEWS 1 Jtlo Th.Grande great, which Lake connects Nicaragua it with and 'the the ha.redeem It ruined.talced th* man several,that good one bad women woman to

,1/, 1 i i 'I 'Carribean, are 'inhabited by one ,o( r coal li ',soft that. noafy',
Chilean so
GAINS 23 POUNDS B. E. Evan* U nployed by Osceola County and the natloaal '
I* Miss Albina Smith; demonstrator Department of Agriculture '.. farm demonstrator and agent for. this the few fresh water Bpedes'jof shark- 80 per cent of It is wafted in gettingit -
known in the world.CALOMEL( out of the mine
: for the canning club and home exUn- ,
: county. Mr. Evana Bervieiw may be obtained by any one (without

it .slon work In Osceola. county, return- SOUTHERN RAILWAY 'CONDUC- cost) for peratfn*. inspection, advice, or consultation Involving any "

.ed Saturday from Gainesville, after TOR SAYS 'BIS WONDERFUL agricultural, horticultural, or llve-atock matter. Office-Northwest

a week spent there in convention, RESTORATION TO HEALTH IS corner of Klsaimmee.Cltrua Growers' Association Building. IlcuntsSouthwest -. WHEN BILIOUS ? NO STOP i>

l' where the 'newly appointed county TALK OF TilE YARDS.
of Beaumont and Verona ,
comer Telephone
agent were met by the state and district avenue .

I',1 agent to discuss their common "Yes, sir,, it la a fact, I have taken service at both place. : SALIVATES :;
''. problems. seven bottles of Tanlac and' have ..
said I j
rained twenty-three pounds
'j' Center Park war visited on Tuesday Captain A. H. Miller, one' of the best I J. M. WILLSON, JR.. RAISES FINE duce such a quantity of forage on an
V. by Miss Smith. Here the canning/ : known railroad men in Knoxville. I CROP OF JAPANESE CANE. acre. In making this experiment Mr.
club has a membership of thirteen I "Before I began taking it," ho continued Willson'a idea was to fix the best forage "Dtdsoi's Urn TORI" I It Hirnliss Ti Here's my guaranU* -do to any drugstore
and each girl \is coming with for this class of land he bottle of J>od-
girls, up "I only weighed one hundredand On the road to St. Cloud and just plant as and. get a SO rent
I her exhibit record book, and story, fiftyonepounds.. I now weighone beyond the city limits of Kisiimmee, realizes that the coming industry ot Cltin Your Slnggljt! LJinr on'a Liver Tone. Take a spootifimlAsad
I I in preparation for the apprqaching hundred and seventy-four pounds, is a field of beautiful Japanese cane Florida is to fatten as well as to raise if it doecn't straighten you rtght\tip!
"vif. "short course." A number of the and) feel like a sixteen-year-old boy.' which for the past two weeks has cattle and hogs. slId Bowels. and make you feel fine and ,vigorous;
c members were preparing their winter Captain Miller, who is the conductor been one of the places" of this As there are about 22 acres of cowpeas wAnt you to go bark to the store and 'itprl
gardens. on trains NOB. 73 nnd 74, plying vicinity. corn and velvet beans growingon Ugh I Calomel makes you sick It's your money. Dodnon's Liver Tone JjIK
"" Ivtween Knoxville and Harriman on It Is growing on reclaimed muck this farm also, a careful test of horrible. Take a dose. ol the dangerous destroying( the sale. of calomel because.....
". Wednesday was spent by Miss the Southern Railway. had just arrived land; of which there are several hun- fattening beef will be made from drug \ Smith at Narcoossee where the at- in Knoxville, checked out his train dred acres used for pasture and dif- these crops this winter. u da)"'. work.Calomel therefore it can not. salivate or
,,1' tfntioLof the girls still is devoted tc and 1 reached his attractive home on derent crops. f' is mercury or quicksilver make you sick.
'! guava products and prepa cation of Scott street, when he was met by the I When the owner of the land, J. M. Who Wants To Trap Rabbits? vvlm-li .raiiwci1" necrosis of the hones.Calomel I guarantee that one spoonful of DodKon's '
winter gardens. -v when it conv. into contact Liver Tone will slupglsb. .
Tanlac Man. Willson, Jr., was questioned about the !put your
I "I am indeed lad you railed," said methods of cultivation it was learned The ten-acre vegetable; garden of with sour bile rruities into it, breaking liver to work and clean your bowels of
\ A trip to Kissimmee Park and Capl. Miller as he shook, the hand of that this piece of land had been M. I). Caslor, Oak street and Bermuda it up. This i I. when you tee that awful that sour bile and constipated l waste
Bassville on Thursday completed Miss the Tanlac representative and invited I fenced off from the rest of the paSture avenue, is being preyed upon by rab nnnwa mind cramping.; If you are slugfriHU which is clogging; your sy.U>i.l and mak-
'I..1 Smith's itinerary for the week. him into hij, spacious parlor. "For plowed, and without any ferti- bits. They have raised havoc with and "all knocked out," if yourIh'.r log you feel m iw>rabl I guarantee that. ":
several weeks Mrs. Miller and mvself lizer being used, cow peaa were his lettuce cabbage etc. ia torpid and bowel constipated a bottle of I>ndM>n' Liver Tone will
.j'j The following recipes hove been requested hAve b.-en reading: the testimonials of broadcast which had an unusual Her is opportunity for any boy or you have headache, dizziness; coated keep your entire family fueling One for 1
: Knoxville citizens regarding the beneficial growth. The peas were cut for hay, who wishes to trap or do air-gun tongue, if breath is bad or stomach sour, months. Give it to your children. It ia
'... Guava Paste. effects derived from taking this then hogs and cattle were turned in shooting. Let the birds alone ned g.etp.fter iiiBt try Tone a spoonful of harmless Dodson' harmless; dooan't gripe and they like ita

r Peel guavas, cut in halves, and remove wonderful medicine, and I had promised on the stubble. Last December this the real posts. Bir.'c!:: are thefarmer's Liver tonight on my guarantee. pleasant taste.1LMVL .
? wife to to the Kuhlman- ''seven of planted with- friends ; rabbits are I his ene "
i :; the soed. Make jclhof peelingand mv fro ur acres cane was
4 ChumblosR of fertilizer and has mies. -_ -- ;. ... J1-EJift; ... lI-'Ei
I" pulp. Add 1 cup of water to Drug Company's drugstore out an ounce now _jlvL b ''\
'.; pounds of fruit (the halves' ) and cook and tell them what Tanlac had reached a phenomenal growth.In f1
I iv; until tender; then rub through a sieve. done for me. but have been too busy. order to get an idea of the qual- County Demon "rator B. E. Evans "
'" Use 1 CUD of sugar to :2 cups of pulp "My.restoration! to health i is the ity of cane on this acreage a part of accompanied by M. D. Alexander! and
:I'': and cook'until stiff; then and the jelly t.alk-orthl' railroad yards, 'anPeVeryday an average! row was counted aod an Capt. ex J. Kntriken, of Narcoossee May-Stoui.Lu11lber Co.
I : and cook again until stiff. Spread I am being congratulated by my I estimate made of an acre which was returned Saturday from Gainesville
.., on stone slab or paraffined paper to friends upon how well I look. found to contain 60,000 mature where they spent the week attendingthe DEALERS "
1:;'r dry; wrap in oilad paper and put in "I had for years been afflicted with stalks. annual meeting of the Nationaland IN I
I a box with paraffined paper.: catarrh and stomach trouble," continued On1 weighing some of the stalks State Farm Demonstrators."
ri" Tomato Ketchup. Capt. Miller. and when spring they were found to weigh two poundsto House Building Materials of all % : J
J' came I was in a wretched run-down the stalk, which would make fifty
!\ This recipe can be used for guava That fame of Osceola
I (condition a walking skeleton if you tons to the acre. the county's p
I ketchup also. please and just had to drag myself I The cane has about two and a half Japanese cnn., has gone abroad was Kinds
\ .j;. Use whole spices tied loosely In a about. Before I became afflicted months yet to grow. demonstrated this week when James
bag white cooking. Remove spices before with the terrible double complaint I'' When asked by one of the visitors M. Willson Jr., received a copy of
5, bottling to prevent darkening will weighed 190 pounds and was strong, what use he would make of the cane the October issue of El Mundo Azu- Novelty Works in Connection
:: the product-which ground spices robust and healthy. I went from bad' Mr. Willson repliedthat he hoped to carero published at Havana Cuba. I
j 4 do. This does not apply to red pepper to worse and occasionally was patched I sell it for seed and the party replied, The issu is entirely devoted to sugar All we ak if let figure estimate
which to bright red at on
"k, helps five. up, but nothing I took in the way "Why man, there isenough cane mills and the cane industry; but your
''I color. The pulp 0 Spanish of medical treatment reached ths there to plant Osoeola county over." as the magazine is printed in Spanish Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.I .1
pepper or the ground Hungarian paprika "spot and I was on the verge of tak- I Another visitor remarked that he did Mr.. Willson is calling on his friendsto I
\} also may be used to give color extended lay-off from know that land could pro- assist him in reading it.mentlOn..d .
1 nc an mv I not any Phone 21 Kissimmee
;" and flavor. Remove seeds from sweet [Ia.ijLjri.
!.:;.I' red pepper, chop and add 1 cup of this I duties." ,. .
1 could at
scnrrply eat anything whether he is
,r r1 11, 1 pepper gallon and tomato 2 medium-size before cooking.onions to ..II. and what I did eat R..pmad! to sour Florida Farmer and for or against such a law personally, so nothingcan .. -It--- .. -.,.,. .. It. .. -It-.... ... >..iJ.r t.. iJ .sw'J j
I on my stomach. I would fill up with Business Men Invited To lie taken in this as being due to ''1
Cook tomatoes thoroughly, put _
,6 "a$ and seemed to be bloated nil the any influence of his. lie then presented -
through colander or sieve saving Loan Board
f h a Meeting Farm
time and my suffering was intense. a resolution placing the Chamber ,
,, all and measure.o'or gallon I
: pulp '1y stomach would pain me and burn of Commerce on record as favoring I,,
,y...' of pulp, use: like a coal of fire. I was so constipatd To the Farmers and Business Men of i I and pledged to such a law. Th
salt 4
Two tablespoons
I l muatard; I had to tak a purgative pellet Florida: only dissenting voice was that of :Mr. I The
1 tablespoon ( powder- I Favorite Store of
< ed sugar 1; pint good vinegar 1 level tabLespoon <>vrry night to get anv temoorary re- The Federal Farm Loan Board will Newitt, who explained that he felt Kissimmee I
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cinnamon lief. I was cross and fretful nnd so visit Jacksonville Oct. 26. It is the -should vote: to represent his com
;'. of whole allspice (cloves
small red nervous that I never enjoved a night's request of Senator Duncan U. Fletcher munity. .
and 2 ,
'!e'I" sliced and pepper seed; removed. pepper .loep. Hissing steam. the noise of and the Chamber of Commerce of Now that it is before the people of
:' After putting tomatoes through colander the train and the ringing of the bell Jacksonville that I urge you to at Lake County in such unmistakable
\' add ground spices and spice sratpd on mv nerves and all throughthe tend what must be a very important manner this newspaper wants tc FURNITURE ?
\: hours of the I could hear voice its it .1
\ bag and cook for 1% houis, or until night meeting. protest against taking up
f.l m nearly thick enough then add vinegar these noises. The Farm Loan Board wants facts by dist ict.s. It must cover the county -
; "At times I would have about State, and a'whole and be butcheredinto
1 and cook until thick. Rapid cooking dizzy spells and figures our you as not
and would and frequently had and also tell the distinguIshed commissioner dis
(being careful not to scorch the stagger can give\: them precincts or
j; / of the heartl This needs and tricts.
palpitation was mv visitors your
color than
ketchup) will give a better
condition when I heard of Tanlac. I help them to reach a truthful idea of
low cooking. The finished product
It'l, hould be a fine bright red. was willing to try anything to get the condition of affairs in our State. When your food does not digest -WE HAVE IT !
; Pour ketchup at once into hot sterilized well. and started in on a bottle. Ina No greater law has been pasaed in well and you feel "blue," tired and
\. bottles. If any quantity is few days I noticed a marked improvement recent years than the federal farm discouraged you should use a little .
,k made for sale, set the hot bottles at in my condition and sent loan act for farmers and business men HERBINE at bedtime. It opens the "
once in a vessel of hot water having and bought( six more bottles and hereI who need its assistance most.I bowels purifies the system and re _
in better health han I have htat to secure one of stores fine of health and
-w. a lalse bototm in it, to prevent break- am. enJoyed assure you a feeling en -
put the cork stopper in loosely, for twenty years."I these banks\ for Florida will be a ergy. Price 60c. Sold by Osceolo IB connection with Hardware liae fIll. f-
give it we carry a complete
have ,
can eat anything, gained notable honor to our Pharmacy.
and at, boiling point for 80
a minute process' Drive cork in tightly and,I i twenty-three pounds. as I told you be- distinction aa a worth-while region* of furniture. W* make a specialty of atfittiaf home, aid

when cool, dip mouth( of bottle into fore I I am not constipated at all, eat and be of untold benefit to our people ....dJ. reliableBed ,

z melted paraffin, or cover topper with'I '' hearty. sleep well and of morning. from a source right at our own LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED
sealing my wife has to pull me out of bed. I doors : '
wax. I I sleep ,so soundly. '-I sleep all nightwithout Your attendance at this gatheringwill i Your" Q lrk'a Chill Tonic cured m; Room Furniture Dining '
ADVERTISED LETTERS i I hearing steam whistles and be appreciated by all wellwishersof ,
husband of and Fever afte "
.o/ moving cars and my nerves are now our State by the city of Jacksonville LaGrippe Room Suits
f List of uncalled-for, letter advertised -I II I stronir %nd I hardly know myself, so ( the host of the occasion), by the doctor's medicine and other rem.. Kitchen Outfits, Par-
I by the Kissimmee postofTice for reat has been my transformationfrom Senator Fletcher (who deserves recognition dies failed."

V. the two weeks ending Oct. 23, 1916. I a weak. run-down man to a for his unceasing activity), LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla, lor Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers, }
*.r Mrs. R. J. Crews, Mr Pariaade I strong robvst healthv condition thatit and by the Farm Loan Boardanxiou. -
if' Griffin, Warren Hay, Charley Jones, is the talk of all those who knowme. to meet you face to face, counsel Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25o. Couches Etc. 1
Mr. Anna Green Robson, Carry ." with you. and learn your needs. W. ,
; Sandman Mrs. C. H. White. I Tanlac is sold in Kissimme-e exclu- A. McRAE, Commissioner of Agricul-

'I "B.: B. Simpson, Postmaster. I sivelv bv J. Z. Roberson; in St.. Cloud ture. J,
bv Seminole Pharmacy; in K nans- Tallahassee Fla.. Oct. 10. 1916. This tore It _akl., a record for itself ia tne Matter ., :
I ville by Phillips, Bros.-Adv." elpiaf people to outfit hone Co.e..d.... Our price art ..,
Sayt Law
7', Manager Gus Beall. of the Gray- ', IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS Will Soon Be EnactedFrom METAL riffei.
'$tone Casino has secured for three .
"\. nights (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday I FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED CEILINGS .
) of next week the C. W. Park the Laeiburg Commercial.)
\\ Look Mother!! If tongue is coated, ( CULVERTS SHINGLES
which will
Amusement Company pre- The editor of this newspaper was TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS Z
: ant a fine bill of musical comedy. A cleanse little bowels with "Cali profoundly and agreeably surprisedlast AND OTHER

i\\' matinee also will be given on Wednesday I fornia Syrup of Figs." Thursday when! he presented! to .

.l' afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. I the Lake County Chamber or uomjmerce SHEET METAL No matter. what land of a. Engine yon have.-.Ga, Steam
The Palatka Morning Post says of I Mothers can rest easy after giving for discussion the subject of a 1 r,
:/, this company: "California Syrup of Figs" because ina I no-fence law for Lake county. BUILDING Railroad or Stationary Engine-we .have exactly the Tool yo*

*i, Park"A packed Amusement house greeted: the C. W. few hours all the clogged-up waste, I He did not jump in and present a wnrre TODAY MATERIAL"AND SPECIAL need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammer, Oiler, ott, )

,' Howell theater last Company night. Long at the be. :, sour bite and fermenting food gently ''resolution the on subject this itself one He that presented FCXt CATALOGUES QUOTATIONS/ all of the best quality. and workmanship, and at price that will

;;.. fore the place was lit up a steady moves out of the bowels, and yqu must be given serious consideration ..JACKSONViLLE.t LA. surprise yon. ThU store .ha the reputation of .handling only "

: J stream had lined up before the box have a well playful child again. because it is coming up all over the hardware that b of superior quality and yon win make n* au-
'' office and at seat the raising of the curtain The- 'I. Sick children needn't' he coaxed to I! state and is bound to come before thenext take in coming her NOW and inipectnf our big stock. .
<; every was ocupied. I from several coun-
>.' catchy tunes the harmonious chorus take this harmless "fruit laxative." I Legislature .. .
ties unless it is made into a state law t
"4l* singing, the clever repartee .nd l theI Millions of mothers keep it handy heI covering all counties. In the 'light DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR
beauty of the girls made the show I know its action the
?I a cause they on of discussion over the state he believes -
'';< pleasing one and gained immediate stomach liver and bowels is promptand it should be so handled maknig MONEYBy
'.l popularity. The company is here for sure. it in the form of local option with Osceola Hardware Company
\ a three-day visit with a matinee Ask your druggist for a 50-cent 'each county. You }
:', Wednesday afternoon and, consider- bottle) of "California Syrup of Figs/ ," The subject was given serious con- selling to peddler .
fr big the moderate prices will no doubt which contains directions for babIes. I sideration. The men who reportedthe can get much better price by i
J1' play to good houses at every per- children of all ages and for grown- attitude of their respective communities -
I direct to .
i.- formance. ups. were representative men shipping u* _- -

"', .. ..............- from nine separate communities of
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Lake County. Several of them reported "oooooO 000004000000tooo. _- that they were positive their I Rags, Sacks, Bones, Etc.,
sections stand strong for fencing In
::6 ra cattle. These represented Leesburg, I -Etc., and Pay Highest

Eustis Tavares. Clermont, Astatula, I 7R TAMPA
"; Howey and Mount Dora. Prof. Ken- / Prices and Give $

i nedy reported, for Umatilla that he
', was not sufficiently familiar with the I PROMPT RETURNS _
situation to make a report; but later I I I V/ ANDREIURNOct.
t) Mr. Narmor stated that he is conn- I P Liar MAILED ON APPLICATION

,4rj, dent Umatilla will favor the law by a

\. good majority. Mr. Newitt of Grove- THE PENINSULAR METAL CO.
y land reported that Mascotte probably 15th 16th and 17th
II'1 will oppose the law by a heavy ma- JACKSONVILlf. -TIORIOA ,

,' jority.During. ACCOUNT OF
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, ltl "' TRI 1iS5IMMEE.VALLYGAZETTE. . _.. __ ..... 'P CI'j"J.; J/I. '

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: ,defendant j -have heretofore .levied For Sheriff. I 8tat. ContU'_tleful. >.IatlBir't I iaza.d l. 0
.1 Bolt Weeiiil Is a' Serious, PropositionFrera upon on. Ford ar taken, a. the prop For Clerk t'-be Circuit 'Coart. L tlol and f".Dc. ' "

erty of. the said Julius Pearce, and For Prosecuting: Attorney. B.i the LevUlatura of
( Floridi 'In4ei Lake Columbia ) will expose the same, for ale and will For County; Assessor:, of Tax**. the State of Florida t,
: City ,. ... sell the same at public auction In front Fop Tax Collector, 3 , ''That th1 ot ,.n
of the court house at Klsslmmee, 0. For County Superintendent'of Public Section ( of .. 7'I
I of eola CountyFlorida.! o" the 4th day Instruction lion of the relating to taxation, '
That thecotton industry 'Florida and atat.
Tanner ..n'more
>; favorable section of ., r'ot' D. Kit, between ,the For County. iurv.yer. and finance. ,. acreed to and)
Is i seriously'threatenedt' and that the than this. In Mississippi Louis.j legal hour sale for cash to th* For Five County Commissioner. hall be submitted to the .I.eor ol

boll, weevil within a short;, time will lana, Alabama, Georgia and hIghest and. best bidder. Purchaser, For Three Member of the County theitat., for adoption or ".j.oton at
hall par for bill of sale hta the Mb Board of Public Instruction. the next general election
1>. : 4' wipe out all-cotton farms, is the start olinss the farmer can withstand, the.: day of October A. D.- 1PIL U. H. la' "For Justice of the Peace In and for that I* to say, that Section I.r.attr), -

: GROVE;, ling information' sent out by hte University ., ravages of the boll weevil more successfully cram. a* sh.ri&; of Osceola County.. the following. Justice 5pistrict.. Tic ole I of the Constitution of. th* Arl. '

of Florida College of Agricul than the Florida farmer; u-n No* 1.Cntabl..I.ln.: 7, be amended to read a* follow ,

GARDEN & FIELD; ture. ,- ,;; and if he puts the farmer in the ditchIn la Clrevlt <'..rt. Stale of FI.rI... For Justice Districts.and.vUl for. No the.. fonow'n. I, S, t', "Selon', property Ther. shall to the b.value exempt, of '

Editor in Flordia are appealed tto those states, he is sure to''serve. evealh .....le..1 Clrewlt. Oaeeolai *l*B *, 7. S five hundred dolar to. every widow

", ::JI.. QUESTIONS l5WarD.t"MIDIAT! to inform their reader. of the situation the Florida farmer worse!ICompetent c....,.. ls 4.. ..NrJ" In testimony Whereof I have ber.J that ha. a on her for 4
&MAIl unto set my hand and affixed the Great support, and to every parson who J
,T Mu.N M and to call upon agricultural Interests agents of the Depart' H. M. STEKN: Complainant; Seal of the State of Florida at Talla. bona fide resident of tha State and ,
,O.PnAitoe. DB T HaL to take immediate to ment of cite three basses the lost limb : '
; steps Agriculture reasons vs. Capital this the went)' a qr been dlaabled. In war .
WILSON &IOOMER* FERTUIZBR COHMNV check the inroads of ,tbjc pest. why: the) boll weevil is more destructive ANNA BOTTCR AND CHARLES E. fourth day of August A. I). "18. by rol.fortun. ,
"* F... BOTER. Defendant (I* 8.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
UO..VILa.a. An appeal is also addressed to the In Florida than elsewhere: A Joint '
'It appearing affidavit .. Secretary of Stat. Resolution I proposing aft .
I cotton farmer; of -the state 1. Our winters are so mild that to the bill died by In the above-stated appended To L. H.. Inaram Sheriff:. of Oeoeola amendment to Sections I, I and 4 of

i: GUAVvtSfM It has been nredicted that weevils the, adult weevil lives through them cause that Anna Boyer and Charles K. CCfmrT: TAa.ialmr Article VII of the Constitution of the .
IM COURT Stat. of
t'r relating to
Uoyer, the defendants therein FlorIda cnu
will infest every cotton section of the and gets an earlier start in the named, FLORIDA-SRVHNTH JUDICIAL and .

\ have a very large g-uava bush state this year and, from present Indications I spring. are ida, nonresidents and are residents of the of State the of Btat Flor of CIRCUIT.-OSCHOI.A: COUN. lIe It Resolved by the Legislature of

'that bears abundantly but spine of the the prediction will hold. 2. Our heavy summer rains come Illinois, and are over the ace of twen TY_IN CHANCKHY.Kalakt the That Stat of Floridal

: fruit turns black around the bloom says the'College of Agriculture: exactly at the time when rainy weather said ty-one nonresident year: It :I is defendants therefore that Wall C.peay the Constitution the follgwlnir of the amendment state of Flor to ,

'The cotton industry in Florida is increases boll weevil propagation. to be and are a Cera>a ratt**i .r..i..4 ida b... and the same are hereby
Hsnd and other fruit crack arid required appear to the bill
J I' drop. threatened. Unless something is doneto S. We have no positive early maturing of complaint filed In said cause, on or cad exlatlasj naer Sb.laws to. and the same shall b* ." .ae J'
the .
... electors
( the $ efKlerida of the State at the
'The meat Is before general
spongy. stop the ravages and spread of the variety of long1 staple cotton- .Monday ISIS the 18th day. of November Cessplalaasils. election In 11., for ratification or reJection
A. D.
ANSWER: You should keep the boll weevil, farmers will have to discontinue and very early varieties are the only legations of said bill otherwise will be the aI- ...-. :
old leaves and fruit raked from the taken a* f. R- Grave Section I of Article I I.
I the culture of cotton. Nothing kinds of cotton that can be grownat oonfeased by said defendant. Jr.. 0. VII t.- ,
101.._. hi. wife amended *o a* to read fO
Oravea. a
around bushes. It Is further *
ground your guava I Ir that has been said or done up to all where the pest is. be ordered that this order The T..*>. Hardware- "Th Letrlslature- shall eon ;

'This winter spray them with a strong date has moved them to effective action This is not our "ipse dixit"; thisis consecutive published weeks once In a week the Klsslmmee for four <'.....y. a C.r*>...< ... vene In the rear of 111 and thereafter- t
r solution of lime-aulphur gallon of I makes the the .... Kssssa F. R. Cas.. hall . .on* member of th. ., I
their indifference made ;
yet argument by competent Valley Gazette a
; newspaper publl.h..dThl. bell, .,.......... Senate from each ,. In the .
10 15 of In said county -
lime-sulphu to or gallons I County and State. Itate. 1
destruction of the crop inevitable. experts sent out by the State Plant and of one .. the 4

water. In the spring, lust before Community action in destroying, cot- Board. Here are some figures fur- (Circuit October 6th J. L.18111.OVER8TRBRT. It PP..I [I't.dbJjn: affidavit appended Representative from each county In 1
; blooming time, spray with bordeaux fall has been to the the abovestaledcause the State for every ten thousand or
ton stalks early 11'the\ nished by C. C. Hare, field agent for Court Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. .
that Emma K. R. Cam-bell, population therein or tbe major frac.
mixture at the rate of 5 of Z. Bass A Milton one l
''I pounds effective in checking the insect the United States Bureau of Crop Es- Pledger" of the defendant therein named I* a lon thereof where ther may be a ma

j. bordeaux mixture paste to 50 gallons "The newspapers, as the leadingand H..._..-.-.-.,. Solicitors for Complainant.' 4Zt nonresident. of the state of Florida and fraction left after ..
water. Repeat this spraying when educational institutionsof la a resident of the City of Morris- the whole number of population .Idln.
i-i- the fruit is about Ferti- guiding Jackson county produced 25,000 ORDER Of PUBLICATION. I town State of New Jersey over the county by the number ten thousand. ,::1
half grown. their respective communities, can bales of cotton in 1914. Last age of twenty-one years; it I is there Provided that each county shall have tat
lize your bushes well in the early : effect this community action and by I, the first of weevil year tha la the rl_." ComrT .t the ........ fore ordered that said nonresident de least one Representative that
spring and we are sure :you will have : farmers the infestation \ Judicial flmlt .f the Slate of fendant be and aha I* hereby required no county shall have more rdt ;
r, showing danger, can save county produced only 16,000 balesa Florida. I. ..d for Oaeeola to appear to the bill of complaint filed Representatives.. -In the House) Rep-- ,
plenty of good fruit. The one exception the cotton industry to their counties." reduction of 10,000 bales in one (....ty. la Chajaeery.W In said cause on or before Monday .. ... Th. member of .
to this is that you have a Do not be fooled Mr. Farmer by the 6th D. House of Representatives ahalL the" 1"
The estimate for this is .rh.Of N.r:
: idltUI
year. year I Bonner :
variety of guavas that is undesirable.If that tells Complainant: otherwise elected for a term of two year and
any man or newspaper youi 3,000 bales\ with an increaaj in acreage vs. HIL.L. FOR DIVORCE. will be taken a* confessed by said de the member of the Senate b. ,,
you have never had any !good fruit not to fear the boll weevil. If the pest over last year of 10 per cent! Hnttle 8. nonner. HenarMent.It fendant. elected for a term of four ,. .hal except ,

off this bush, you would better digit !, is not to be greatly feared, why would appearing by evidence. appended It Is further ordered that this order a* hereinafter provided. The elec
,," up and set in its place a bush thatyoU' the United States The production of Jefferson county to the Rill filed In above stated cause be published once a week for four consecutive ion for member for each branch ahall }I
government spend that Hnttle H Honncr. Itispondentihrin week In the Klsslmmee be at the time and I '
in 1914 was 7,000) bales. This was : Valley same place The
khow href good variety. thousands and thousands of dollars named Is a non-resident of the Uaiette. a newspaper published In term of office of Senators elected la :
) trying to find some to get rid ofh' cut last year to 4,100 bales in spiteof 1 Stat.. of Florida a"<),,,a resident Qf Me. said County. and State. 1916 expire on the flrat Monday
way .h.1
... DEAD WOOD the 10 per c'eiit increase acreage. din,,, fllal...- ol"-Ohlo. and .Is over the age This ZOth day of Heptemhei'. 1918. In mfc .The : of J
1m. With the Increase in of twentv-onn years, and that there Is 3. l_ OVPRSTREIIT, Senators elected 1 In .IrMrgto
;. "There is considerable dead wood in Cotton farmers robably could have same acjeagethis ,no person In this state the service of Clerk Circuit Court. lowing counties to-wit: Eaembia. 'ffad..den.

my grove. Please give directions for saved themselves if they had heeded year an additional cut ofl.OOO ouhpo"11upon whom would bind such (Circuit Court Real.) Jackson Leon Mr
bales is estimated. respondent CLARKE! KNiGHT Taylor, Columbia. Du- 1
correcting this. warnings heretofore sent out by the' It Is ordered ihat said non-resident Hullcltor for Complainant. 4051SKVKNTIf val, Marion, Sumter, Jefferson Lee 6
ANSWER: To overcome the pres Department of Agriculture. The Leon county produced 56,000 balesin rcHpondent ho and she Is hereby required Monroe, Putnm. Volosla. HamiltonAl4"{

\ ence of dead wood in a grove, the first spread of the boll weevil and the accompanying 1914, 36,000 bales last year and to appear;:. Hill of Complaint JIDICIALIli't'IT.. STATE nchua. Broward, IY. Hernando.Plnellss. .
the estimate for this is 22,000 nled' In nn nr before UK KI.OHIOA-IN run] cuiniT dL Beach anti I ,
step is to correct conditions that caused loss of cotton probably year Mnndnt, the (>lb dnv of November tOl'HT KOIt O"'I'OI.A' Levy shall th' first MondavInApril "
eh wood to die. If you will siend could have"been greatly lessened if bales. There was also an acreage increase 131(1. otherwise the allegations of snld TY-IN CHAM-KHY.C'OVN. ltl; all .. Senator to boeleeted 1.

\ particulars we shall be glad to ad- farmers had heeded these warnings. of 10 per cent this year and Mill will l h.. taken as confessed by saidrespondent. In the year Itlt their term of r

There farmers in Columbia last year. I RILL TO ShIRT TITLE. n lllr.AW'n 1
are rlcp
vise.The It I Is further ordered that this Order the> ,
pruning should be done in the county who have been depending almost Florida cotton farmers have within he published once a week for four consecutive iT. ". I.alhesw CawBlalaaMt.v of Representative el..ct.d.t "

dormant season. The best time is in I altogether 'on cotton; and we their power the means of checking weeks i In the WiasinimeVal- .. the l n.r'election In 111, their term ".,
ley 'rtasette.; a In of expire the first Mon.
December and early January. Cuts know that the boll weevil is going to these insects. They must do so. Otherwise said county and newspaper stateJ. '. published All
should be made at an elbow Well literally\ ruin them if they continueto the all-cotton farmer should\ 1_.. OVKR8TREKT, Kind or I.. B. Jeaklas. ..*- term of office of all member of the '

back to healthy wood and the surface depen'd on cotton. prepare to make a living some other Clerk Circuit Court reused or e therwle !. House of R..r..nt.tlve. ahall. commence .
This Oct 2, 1916. .
4Z- left smooth. If this surface is of The boll weevil has literally bankrupted way--or go broke. That is all there of lasda('oaaplalat described !. the Rill. first Monday In next f
Itesposidrmlm. Apri "c".dlnl
_.. size.. it should be Dainted hundreds and hundreds<< of istoit. the election. At
anv over I.ANU TITI.K !>OTIfK I.
I __ __ _ ___ ..____ _. In 1920. and all Senator to' '
BREADFRUIT TREES INPREHISTORIC because of the striking contrast in COMPANY and to all whom It may CATION.It of four years, term to beitln on thefirst
'"I .' Tuesday after the first Monday In
I fall cucumber patch ,
keep my FLORIDA topography between the east and KK"NOTICE April of the following year, except
T A That on the 29th day i appearing from the sworn Bill of
with liquid wax. Recipe enclosed : west banks of the river.A
thoroughly cprayed and remove all' description of th# clay and marl Died by OctHvlfl :J: K. Drown, Ernest (case that ,there are persons claimingan Legislature shall at that tm. fix the ,,1
vines and cucumbers, could I success- A change of climate is supposed to l K_ lirown and Horace K Brown. In the 'Interest In the property whose of the Senator ,
beds and of the fossil found at
plants Circuit Court Osceola County In Chancery names, and places of residence are unknown to nC h..f..f"tt.d.tthf at two or four
fully grow a spring crop" of cucumbers account of the shrinkage of Alaska Alum Bluff is contained in a paper by to establish his title to the fol- over the ave" of twentyoneyears In view of keep-

on the same land ? glaciers for the disappearance of EdwardW. Berry entitled "The Phy- lowliiK described lands In said County; and that there I* no person In r..n. : number of old Senator In anumber "
ANSWER You could The Kant half and the Southeast the tate\ of Florida whom the with the of the new.
probably upon
those clever stone masons whose sical Condition and Age Indicated by Quarter of the Southwest quarter of service of a Subpoena In this case Section S of Article VII of the Con'stltutlon .
.. raise cucumbers twice in succession handiwork Is the Flora of too Alum Bluff Formation ectlon Nine ((9)) In Township Twenty- would be binding Is hereby amended so as' toreed
found in midst of
the .
. on the same piece of ground. It is, I ," which has just been published by seven (27) South. Range"" Twenty-nine II Is therefore' ordered that all parties aa : .
however, not the best practice even Mexican jungles, and for many other 129) East and to re-establish a lost claiming an Interest as heirs, lesrstoes. "The regular session ef the r
the United States Geological Surveyas that shall meet In I 1(17 -
I deed. devisee or tranters under'
take all the precauti ns things. Great changes of climate or tl ;
though you professional paper 98-E. A copy Now unless you appear on the 18th through Helen. Wiggins or L. R. Jenkins the representation
mentioned. If there were particularreasons I undoubtedly have taken place in different of this report, which is largely techni- day of November A. 1). 1916 In said deceased or otherwise, be and :I nu.. of Representative, a* *
for doing this, we do not parts of the world. Impres- Court and do hereafter as required by appear to the said Hill of Complaint article provided which apportionment
sions of fossil plants are found in the cal,, may be obtained free on applica- law against said application said petition flied a( the office of the Clerk of the hall I be baaed upon the last census ta- f
think you would be running any groat tino to the Director of the United shall be taken as confessed and .Circuit Court at Klsslmmee. Osceola ken by the Btato -Florida or by the -.
Arctic regions and fossils fQund in United States, whichever I I is the last
risk. title and before
States Geological Survey Washing. the estate of said petitionersshall County Florida on or the Rule
rocks and elsewhere prove that temperature I be decreed and established, according day In January next, the same being taktl In the evera.l counties of tho-

SPRAYING FOR MELANOSE and moisture in some regions ton, D. C.When to h'wl: raYb'olo: said petition- th* 1st day of January A. D. l9l7. Elsethis ten and those that shall shall meet apportion every .
era and you barred Hill will be taken as confessed.It
have been different in he ...
"MelanoBO is showing up on my very boiling vegetables never allow from disputing the same. Is further ordered that this orderbe the House ofRepresentatives
other times. 30th 1(116.J. published each week 'for In the manner In thlaarticle
fruit right bad. Please tell me howto The present vegetation in north them to stop boiling until theyare U OVERSTRBET. twelve consecutive once week In th* Klaslmmee provided which apL.rUonm.ob r
control it. done will be and Clerk of the Circuit Court Osceola Valley Oasette, a n..w.pap.rgubll.hed shall be baaed upon een.u"
western Florida or they
ANSWER: We see nothing what- represents a temperature soggy County Florida. and of general circulation In enumeration taken by the)

to be done for melanose at the flora that hIs received additions heavy. 42-tt By S H. Bullock.IX C. prior to the said January Forida or by the United State which.
ever last taken next before .
from 1st.' 1917.
the .
\.. .time. The fruit is too old tropics. A few Witness Legislature. so apportioning the rsp.ressnts.tiom
present my hand and the seal of ,
in JUrKJK.
years ago i man digging a ell shall
to become further Infected there is said Court at Klsslmmee, Florida, this convene
; bank on Apalachicola river, west of CO II NT V. STATE Of &slh day of 6 Section 4 of Article VII of,the Con_ .
'L <' rio way to remedy the spots already Tallahassee found fossil plants which FLORIDA. J'tt"8.rE STIEIlT, stltutlon I is hereby amended ,*o .to '
formed and this l ill not the season read a* follow I -
Clerk of the said Circuit Court.
". for pruning. prove that in tertiary geologic time, Estate of Jasse. W. Preatls.BY ( vwhen any new-county' I* c," te by

Melanose is a manifestation of the some millions of years ago, the flora THE JUDGE OF 8AID COURT. fl. F 1LibS;: Solicitor. 41-lJt: he on.' Legislature Senator and It one shall member be of.the to

8., i came fungus which causes stem-end was distinctly tropical and was grad- louse of Representatives, until th*

," 'I V" I, rot and this fungus matures only ually becoming invaded by membersof e"i'liI.MJ.rr J. rlr.b::: applied if/ CIRCUIT COURT STATE OF jieit enumeration provided for In Seo-
4 '' { a temperature flora as a result of to for of Administration I FLORiDA SHVHNTH JUIMflAt. ton I, of this article, that b.
I In dead wood and on the fruit'thathas on the estate of James W. CIRCUIT OSfKOI.A <(lUSTY. after the creation of' ohal..Idnew
change in climate. He found fosjil ,
4- gone down with stem-end rot. Prentls, deceased late of said County -IN CHANCERY. county or the next census
I remains of such trees as the bread I of Osceola; I enumeration unti b. taken by ,,
The melanoso cpots on the young fruit camphor and satinwood and These are therefore, to cite and admonish Graee l. .yder, Caa> ...***. the United State .b.1. after the -
twigs leaves and fruit come entirely r all and singular the kindredand .";. creation of the said new oounty. whichever
with them remains of the elm and
from the dead branches or twigs. creditors of said deceased to'beand Haflaagayder.. Pefeadasit. shall the sooner be taken after
These tender buckthorn. By far the most abundant appear hfoJ'c hr or before I the creation of said new County, wh.nI
markings occur only on the 2 8 A. D. It appearing" by affidavit appendedto
fossil the whole shall be entitled to one member of
was layers For
tissue. The infection takes place in palm, Your 1911. and file objections. If any they I i the bill filed In the abova-atated House of Representative for every I
the spring though it does not sVu-.v of which were found fossilized in have to the granting" of Letters of Ad- cause that Ruling Snyder. the defendant len thousand population or the major1'
sand. This mlnlstralon said estate, therein named Is nonresident of
discovery suggests that on otherwise a fraction thereof the same a* other
up so strongly until July or August, in the c the same will be granted to said Mary the State of Florida. and I. a residentof ountles.- -
tertiary coast and
the time being determined by the development near I State J. Prentls or to some other fit person Eagle Pass. Texas, over the age of
of the fruit. After theseQOts t along sluggish rivers, only a few feet or persons. twenty-one year; It la therefore or- A Joint Resolution proposing
above level there in that Witness my name as County lodge"" dered that said nonresident defendan
Sea were region amendment to Section of Ariel aj
,. have been made no amount of extensive aforesaid thla the 28th day of Septemof be and he Is hereby of the Constitution of the Stat I
'treatment can change them, and from palmetto swamps or 0 the county aforesaid. this the 28th pear to the bill of ;:: : Florida I aa amended by Joint Re.oln.tien -

these spots there can come no further brakes. rlMtnictiveCaUlopie- day of 'September. A. D. 1916. aid cause on or before Monday the No. 1. Acts of 111. relating to
The (Seal) IIh day of November. A. D. 1911 otherwise -
subtropical or warm temperature ; suffrage snd eligibility.
infection. Tho markings tf nv.lanosc climate in which these palms and ,n1 Free F T. M MURPHY. the allegations of said bill will Be It Resolved by .the- Legislature of

can bordeaux: be prevented mixture or by ammonia spraying! with breadfruit lived in western Floridawas uI !::.. I ud Weekly 41-4t County Judge anltt be. taken aa confessed by said defend- the Slate of Florida:

copper That following amendment to
cooler than that of the Is further ordered that order 1ho.f
preceding IN CIRCt'lT STATE OF P5.011.lOt. :
rOI'HT. Section Article VI
carbonate but the red control is 'Price Lut be week for four of the Constltu->, ,
published once a consecutive -
when in the that is .
for period, area now week In the Klsslmmpe Val lon of the State of Florida be and
through thorough pruning '
very ('L IT, naCKOI.A ( COUNTY "
shallow same la hereby agreed to and shall
land a tropical sea swarmed i In
icy Gazette a published
the tiniect of IN I newspaper
even twigs can CHAML'RH1. be
carry submitted the of the
with W't said County and State.This ele"lor
enough infection to do a great deal shellfish. SEND FORJTHEM I i7th of State at the> general. ...Ieclon In IllS
These fossH which a. S. Slaa-lctoa. Coasplalaaat.Jr \ Wf'RrpJoS.
of when plants, point to d1Y ()V :: for ratification or
damage these spores are .. .
; former Section 1. Every male person of the ,
a more tropical climate were TODAYEinw Clerk Circuit Court.
washed down by the rains or dew. ..le A. HlBale (Circuit Court Seal)
found :
r The pruning should be done in De- at Alum Bluff, on Apalachicolariver Z Ha..... who la a citizen of the United State ,I'
cember. a most interesting spot- to the : It appearing' *bihtI' appended, to Solicitor for Complainant 40-41 at the time he applies to register shaie ,
the bill tiled above-stated cause > deemed a elector at all '
student of fossil plants because of its : OKJACKSONVILLE. Qualf..d
bet JenniA.. Singleton the. defendant elections under of the .
DOES IT PAY TO SPRAY? almost unique flora, most of the spe- therein named Is a nonresident of : NKYKNTII Jll>KIAI. <(< IIICIIT OKKI.OItlltA. State of Floridarovided, that he poa-
cies so far found being new-to the : FLA. the State of Florida and Is resident I'UK'I'IT "OIJIIT OFtl'4 ....... the following; additional quallflcAtlona -
I have a little scale and white- botanist for the relics of of the United States and that she la C < KOI.A ('01 11'Y-INtHAM : :
fly in my and always have some living form- I I over the age of twenty-one. .\:.-nrs: It !Is. 'KHV.Myrtle He shall have resided and had hi.permanent -
grove I er floras and to the physiographer therefore ordered that aald nonresident home and nlace of abode In
rusty fruit. I have more this year II11111111 tl 111'l' I 1 I 1 I defendant be "ml 1 ...h.11\ herebvrequired ..:. l.laht-. the State of Florida for one year and

than common. I never have sprayed I I to npi ear to the bill of cim- Cvsaplalaaat.vs. in wherein he applies I to
and have always felt it wasn't a Iii plaint filed In said caum on or before 'Illht'r: r month, previous thereto :
; prac- j .
Legal rtondav. the 6th day of November A heirs ef Thomas W. Palmer.derea -
tical proposition. Wish you would ... !;-J.f11' II I n. 1916; otherwise the allegations of .ed. RespoadeMta. He must write and
the .Jt .. : bill will be taken, confess bysaid nby" ..tort\ I
tell me your honest opinion from ,. .tl JJ.; ,"C .: said aH interpret the ConstUn
dollar and cents .view out all wi' I "'' Advertisements.1111S111111115111111111 defendant. Ill II. TO <)l IKT; TITI.K. tlfin. nfhjfe BtMtJk Ilnra. .t tK. tIn_,.
cutting ; :t u
"iI.v It Is further ordered that this orderje -- he applies -I . and vote i
the frills. published once a week for four To all 'parties rlalmlK an interest He must --i..ji.hli own rlKht property .
ANSWER: All our work in this You don't have to be consecutl weeks In the Klnfllmmeo In the follow. i ItiK, dt'Scribcd property. to the value of not leas than five

department is from a "dollar and NOTICK.Notice Valley Gazette, a newspaper published under Thos 4V Palmer decease or hundred dolan, which fact shall h
In said County and State. ..therwlse. to-wU frtEof NW-V1 the aaseaamentbonks
cents" view for the people raising: r. a College professor I" I Is .. .. This September 21 A 1> 1916 and fractional. HW-14 of NJo -\Ir, of Sec f.dthnllou' y at the time he
on Satur- I OVERSTIIKKT. I ft. 25 H of R. SO K. In Osceola
crops for pastime are too few to be or even an expert day, the 2Kh day otoctot.r. A. 11. 11116. .1. Tp. applies and vote.
(-lerk Circuit Court. County Florida.You
considered. SPRAYING IS PROFITABLE. at the hour of 10.00: o'clock AM at He must not have been convicted,
(Circuit Court Seal ) and each nf you are required lo previous the time he
to applies to resater ;
We recently heard you speak farmer to get paying *, County the court, Florida house at the Tltusvllle.annual Brevard JOHNSTON A OARRETT.Solicitors appear to the bill of complaint filed or vote, of larceny, robbery :

enthusiastically about tick eradica- witheArnzoufl of the owners of the lands situated meeting In for Complainant. 41-41 herein on Monday Dec 18th. 1918. I..ry. perjury or bribery In any of' t
!fA alps This order to be DuMlshed for 11 of State or of the United ,
tion. Scale and whitefly are fully as the Upper 8t. Johns raliiHKe Mali-let ,consecutive. weeks In the Ktsslmmee any .
9tates or *o he must
harmful to trees as are ticks to cat- will be held for the purpose of electing NOTICE OF ELECTION. Valley Gazette. a weekly newspaper have been .cn.lctad.rlcht of cltsenahlp -
one member of the Hoard of Kupervlsora. Osceola Coun- t
ubllshed In Klsslmmee
indirect > .
tle and probably cause more who shall be a land owner of To the Sheriff of Osceola County of the Florida
losses. said district to serve for the term Qf State of Florida: i 1ty\Vltness hand and seal this 19th Provided descendent however That no person I''
my lineal of '
As to rust mite, records of three years and to succeed J N.V If li- Be It known That I. H. CLAYCRAWFORD. day of Sept.. n18. or any per- j'
your son woo was on January first HIT or "
member of' said Hoard, Secretary of State of the J. OVBRBTREKT
and of cull h'Ot'r': ? entitled to vote under
sales prior
memory your pile ; of Ih..r..t.
office expires on said State of Florida do hereby give notice Clerk Circuit Court .
-will be most convincing. Figure just Fertilizers day and to transact such other buslnt that a General Election I will be held inOaeeola (C'treult Court Seal) ) the States Constitution or Territories and ,a.r of"n'rlt to>* ,

what the total difference was between I I 'SB as may properly come before said County. State of Florida, on OTiryan & Pledger." vote under c
.. meeting. Tuesday next succeeding the firstMonday for Complainant.. 40-llt '
Solicitors ,
received from his descendants
the actual price or any u or
At such election each and every acre In November A. D. IUI the 7s:3run
russets and what would have been received i1 0Ur48spedal brandS JH I I"f land In the district shall representoni I said !Tuesday being: ; 'h- NOTICE OF ELECTION.Whereas. and, h he the shall right not toregister i"

for Boxes of brights I share and each owner shall be entitled evesith Itay of Neveasber.For :
as many ; be able to read Interpretany !
t are designed to get: piE to one vote In person or by proxy I United States Senator from the .rl. .
section of the of
then calculate on rnusseting making In writing duly signed for every acre State of Florida. for six year from the Legislature of 1'1B. under Con.UI"ton t.
least site smaller. of land : the. Constitution of USS. of the. State of Florida. a. ,
the fruit at one biggest possible prom owned by said owner In said March 4. 1917. '
Therefore in place of every ten boxesof district. For Six ((6) Presidential Electoia State of Florida did pas three joint because he shall not own :: :
: Iltinthobandsol 2$ The person receiving the highest' For one Representative of the resolutions proposinamendments: to the :* l.J
-, f. : of the Unlf..c State,
have cltlsena'
176 russets you could approximately dumber of votes at said election shall Fourth Congressional, District of the the Constitution of the State of Florida .
twelve boxes of 150 brights; ! average Florida ir.: be declared elected aa said Supervisor. State of Florida In the Sixty-fifth Congress and the same were airrred to by aVote .at hall the ftiA time admitted to, and rerlater.before ::

and in addition to this, estimate the Dated this fifth day of October. 1IU. of the United States. of -ft of all the members1elected I officer. r
L t. powers under aver- By order of the Board of Supervisors. For Governor of the State of Florida. to each house that the vote
loss in fruit the russeting made too For Secretary of State of the State on said joint resolution were entered 'ar.I.Uon or a dily

mall or too unattractive to be shipped age Florida condi J, (Seal) FRANK L. BI I.US. of Florida. upon their respective Journals, with ..uthenU.te b. adoption of thl.amendm.nt .
at all. If will work this out Attest: President.H. For Attorney General of the State of the yea and nays thereon and they Ula the
you tions. determine direct that the said Con.ltuto. .
Among our L. BWINO. Florida. did and shall
from your own grove operations we Assistant .Secretary. For Comptroller of tha Btat of Joint. resolutions b* submitted to the Lea-fslature apPlpr.t.

... <)o not think you ever again wiU ask formulas are some P. A. VANS AGNEW Florida. '' elect, ni M of the State at the general :amendment laws to carry Into the. .p.r. .
Attorney tor .ht. Board. 41-It For Treasurer of the State of election In 1915.
'U It spraying psqrs. mt'rt.
Fz&i tiatfltYOURneCd3- Florida. Now. therefore Clay Crawford
.Fac- iperInl.ndent of Public- Insirucnono Secretary of State of the State of FlorVIda. vet east -la eotnnllane* 'with'.
4 Neuralgia. of. the face, shoulder, 1. Booklet is free.- In County Court l In and for OsceolaCounty ithe Stat. of Florida. do hereby civ* general 'n. amendment "and tb.oaD.a. _
''band, or feet requires a powerful Florida. R. T Butler, plain For Commissioner of Agriculture ef election win be tt1" oon- .."Ped.. and rstursi i'
? the flesh. IF Armour tiff. ... Julia Pearce defendant. As- the State of Florida. ty In Florida on Tuesday next succeeding be .UbHte to th* earn ',
remedy that win penetrate sumpslt. daraas. 1100. Notice of sale. For Two Justice* Supreme the first Monday In November A. tb.reot.1a&1\ .d- { r .

ALLARDS SNOW UNIMEtiosaes.eI To all wham Jt may GO......... Notice Court the-State 'fn'o..Td. D. IllS. the said Tuesday belnirthe, provided b, law for rot\-.nW a. ?
that power. 'Rubbed InV I I. hereby given by -the undersigned ,For On. j Railroad Cofnmlailoner of seventh day of November for the rtit- In lbS (Hat* of ., ::
Is felt 111 all that ii'necessary FertmzerJm aa sneriK f"Ooeola County' lb. State. of Florida .Ideation or rejection of the said join .-In testimonywhereof..X1%av v hereunto >
'Where the pain Florida, that aa such- sheriff, actlnsr For State Senator for 19tli F-.r.atQ- resolutions amendment* to set riand and affixed the Or a>'
be .'rsU.vs ,su.rhir andkptor. -' '\,' . ..... ,,; under and by authority of, a writ of Hal District of tho State of Florida. ... *. 'IrrOpOIIIftlf *_Stte of FlorA I Beat of the,State of Florida a* Talla- ', _

Dormal eondiUonL Price execution, heretofore tunned oat of the For On.. Member ol the House of Ida: V)42 .. I haas*. tJio olita.thl..i the Tallatw.nt7.At1i3
... ... above nanedi court upon a ucmen Representative or'tb* State oC Florjdjt .. .C "_I ..
SOc and $1.00.per: ..:bottle.P.8014 .... '_ ... Ito the above tyled caae rendered la ,' j a m -4- 'Joint Resolution proposing an"amen ,
',:h7 0'J' -......'.".. ,_ _. .'!' , . u.... fa.oror the plalatlft and acalnst th." For'v County Judge: meat to Bectloa il of Article t of the, 1 '' .8 ii CAY,,8.ta. :. '
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,.This Season's, Evening Gowns I Convict Labor Profitable for!Road Work I "It. *l


j And. Wraps Are Most Elaborate (From Free Press, Bristoll Liberty, warden, has had an average of 20 ,The y of the world, ar '

.County, Fla,) men, costing 80 H cent a day,' and an eyes
-- There Is no use saying convict average/ of 19 mules, costing 49)4
NEW YORK, Oct. 11.-(Correspondence I grace to a gown and Is often outlined labor is not the cheapest way to build, .cents per day. Camp No. 1 hat four '
''t )-Evening gown are once with iridescent beada.I good roads, for It has been demon guards. are who
more the center of attraction, for the I Another interesting feature of strated time and again iri countiesand Camp No. 2-C. S. Mann, deputy .on the man *
w octal season is at hand and all who evening gowns is the return of the states where they have put them..warden, nan had .n ,1ver4g.sf 2ti, ; ,.
in the gayeties of dances train. Many tiains arc in tho form of 30 V4 certs and ,
h. take part on the road; but we must say that it i. and theater parties that brighten the separate panels, some of which are has never been demonstrated in Lib- average of 9 mules, costing 66 cents
autumn and.winter are starting their quite long, while others arc only long erty county. per day. Camp No. 2 has one guard.
preparations for these social events. enough to merit the name oftrain.. The commissioners of Brooks county Camp No. 3-W. T. Bowen deputy *.
'y The materials and trimmings for One of the latest models was a train .Georgia, complained some time warden, has had an average of 83
,) evening wear are very rich this sea- half .f net and half of satin. It start- ago at the amount of work their force men, costing 25 cents! per day, and an SAVESAUSE
eon, and the gowns are accordingly ed from the shoulder, and the upper; was doing, but the superintendent average of 21 mules, costing 40V4
most elaborate and luxurious; seem- part to about the normal waist line said he was doing all he could. They oents per day. Camp No. 3 has 3 "
+ ingly, there is no limit to the extrava- was of net, the remainder being of watched him a few weeks and sent guards and the truck crew. Respectfully -

gance of many of them. satin. for him to come in. They told himif submitted, \ .
In materials the preference seems Skirts still are short, even when he could not build more roads than W. R. KNIGHT, Clerk I II
t to be given( to chiffon and velvet, and they carry trains but even the shortest he was doing they would get anotherman. I
the soft richness of this material is skirts are longer than those of last about
lie is",now building one- If Brooks county, Georgia, can
especially adapted to developing the !reason. third more road in the same length' work mules and convicts at the above for
moment man
sumptuous gowns that women of The =New Wraps. "" of time. We recommend some such a young -<
fashion demand. Next In importancecome Fully as elaborate and luxurious as action to'our commissioners.We I figures, why can not Liberty county
the brocaded silks and satins 1 the gown itself is the evening wrapto wish to quote two reports madeto do so? She can if we get the right a thought to self. The
and the gold and silver laces and nets. with it. are very t thi commissioners of Brooks county man at the head of hte county commissioners -
} Quantities of these gold silver and I ample(TO and are fashioned chiefly of Georgia, for the month of August 1 '! will open their eyes to the problems that confront you now, or
other metallic laces are used, and they I velvet or broadcloth, trimmed with which are self-explanatory and show business of the county as they pledged -

fur. The fur is applied in bandit that convict labor is not expensivewhen : I themselves to do two years ago. will a few years hence.Look .
. around the edges/ as in the accompanying managed right. The report follows I Many complaints and just ones,
too, have been made the people of
,u ilustration, or it only' I ; I by
this about the high cost of
county convict
in collars. about the of affairs in state nation-
you- men country, ,
M1'' labor the roauH. Since the
I All sorts of rich, brilliant colors, To the Honorable Board of County on
among them ruby, rose, geranium and Commissioners-tif ntlemen: I convict system has been inauguratedin / yes, in the world, are the men who started to tare early in life.

different shades of blues, are used I beg to make the following report I this county we have never had a
1C for wraps and thc'ir linings. The lin- for August. Have graded 4 miles of I man that knew anything about con- They have the respect and confidence of the community.
I 1 ing is often the same color as thewrap rood; dressed and dug 45 miles; built eructing roads, nor have they known
or contrasting. Sometimes I one bridge and remodeled :3 old I I how to work convicts to the best ad Then look on the other side-at the fellow who spend aD they
bright figured silks are used. Beautiful Used about 7.000 feet ofljmlier vantage. The force pas over from
one-half to two-thirds more of the make-they may hate a good time for a while, but what does their
also in darker shadss.
come 1 and lost mule, caused
wraps ) one
,road than they should and when personality reflect?
handsome was of ; they
An especially une from 0\(01 hellt. Have had an average
velvet) trimmed with dull- 'I leave it, it is not up to the standard
dark red of 75 'men and 4H mules. (Have
gold braid and enriched with coney not done as much dragging and cleaning The convicts are not \\'orkinas/ hardus A dollar or so deposited in Ibis bank will be the

I fur at the neck and sleeves" ;, ditches as I .should have done on I,I some. individual from farmers in thiscounty. nucleus of an honorable, independent career.
Judging the quahtly
Accessories. account of truck t being broken for
several Make Your bank
.jv1 Of the accessories for evening/ ther.- submitted and amount ofwork' don, we are your beginning now-today.
days. Respectfully I
are countless dainty conceits in the F. :M. YOUNGBLOOD, I fdroed to say that Liberty county has book will pate the way.
form of bags, artificial: flowers to Superintendent.To never had a competent road "uperin'J H
match dresses, and fans. The brigs tendent. The present one and his predecessors -
silver tissue of : have failed to "deliver the
and or
are of gold
the Honorable Board of County "
goods. We have passed the road
r delicate silks. The large ostrich fans
Commissioners Gentlemen StateBankof
: several times and seen the men
are favored above all others, and very gang
beautiful they arc, coming jn all "col I The following/{ report shows whatit I throwing one shovel of dirt while they
match the are to has cost to feed your mules andconvicts I should throw two or three. The people -
ors\ to gowns I '
44 at the different camps for are justified in kicking on high
accompany.QUcCiU the month of August: 'I taxes to pay I guards and superintendents Kissimmee
Camp No. l-Lee Morris, deputy for Such service.
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Capital] stock __h___________--_ ____ ____ $100,000.00
s 2 1-2 Year For"Treasonable" ':lie, so that the workers would rush \
Imprisoned \ Resources ______________
4 the battlefields' ; and now the lie still over ___n_________ 400,000.00
Tea SpeechDr. presides over the continuance of this \
p MUC.LiEvening awful carnage." Officers and Directors:
Leibknecht, Socialist leader
Shakespeare says A young 'man C. A. CARSON, Prest. J. M. LEE, Vice PresL
and member of the German Reichstag
married is a man that's marred andh
(parliament), recently was convictedof ? should have said scarred. M. KATZ, 2nd Vice Prest.

treason and sentenced to two and
Gown-Black Velvet one-half in for Probably the serious opposition to ROMA THOMAS, Cashier.
prison a speechhe
divorce courts arises from the knowledge :-
and Lace. delivered in the Reichstag. Following -
that widows
are combined with tulle and net or is an abstract of the speech: ,, are dangerous.
with soft silks, satins and velvets. 'Comrades, some time ago a witty The girl who has no romance or
Black chiffon velvet Combined with Social Democrat observed: 'We Prussians sentiment in her makeup is like the C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.

or silver lace, is especially high are "privileged people. We pretty flower which has no perfume. .
in gold favor; but the colored velvets are '4)) have the right to serve as soldiers, 1 \If all men who thought themselves
of them being we are entitled to l hear upon our The Waters & Carson
also favored, some very i funny were reallv so, there would be
brilliant; while others are in the shoulders the entire burden of taxation more women who would laugh.
I softer shades. For young girls whites and' we are expected to hold our

; satin embroidered in silver, as well tongues.
d as>the! soft shades of pink and blue, "So it is. The authorities never
? makes very charming gowns. Tulleis .ense to call upon us to keep silent. YR'SYIONDERFUL uY Grocery CompanyWholesale
another of the girlish materials for Quite a simple thing Hold your STOMACH
youthful dance frocks. It makes the tongue-that's Jill. Don't talk! If :far

daintiest of frocks, and the tulle used you re hungrx, don't talk! If your ONE: DOSE WILL CONVINCE
at present is not of the perishable children star\e, don't talk! They ask
kind .that.W88 used formerly.In for milk-ho --your tongue! They 'Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES

the way of trimming, everything ask for bread-don't say a word! Stomach and Intestines, AutoIntoxication
that glittcls and sparkles is in demand 4 oml'ades, we are starving/ but no ,
for decorating evening frocks. w one must know it-least of all the Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis "
Quantities of paillettes, sequins and soldiers. Such news would weakenthe and other fatal .ailments result from
rhinestone trimmings are employed, warlike spirit of the fighters; Stomach Trouble. Thousands of

y .o that there is a great; deal of glit. therefore don't complain, Women, Stomach Sufferers owe their co'nv
ter and glamor aboutV the evening I hide away the truth from your own :
frocks of this season., men! Lie; don't tell the truth, lest plate recovery to Maying Wonderful : : : . ,ye
,r t Unlike other for Stom- 4 .. 04040400404 .. .., 4 .. 4 04 . 00000 .
The use of chiffon velvet combined the soldiers in the trenches learn how Remedy. any
4 0 0
f i '' 'with lace is shown in the charming Broadcloth Cape Trimmed With Fur. things stand. Prussian censorship ach Ailment. For sale by J. Z. Ro- > WE SELL: 00 WE BUY: 0 I* '
., model illustrated. Fine lace flouncing Evening slippers are of satin, bro- I takes good care that this does not berson and druggists everywhere.I 4 00 0 O -r
forma the side sections of the skirt, cades and silver and gold tissues! the happen. I 00 0 .
4 and this may be of white or silver latter being/ particularly favored. I "Poor German soldier! he reallY"I 4 HAY .
lace, or black lace, which is also very Many are ornamented with buckles of [ deserves! pity. Under the compulsionof 4 00 O'HIDES .
r f; effective. Bands of pearl or rhinestone rhinestone and crystal I, while thereare a warlike government, he has invaded :' / > GRAIN 0
trimming over the shoulders. I those entirely devoid of ornament. a foreign country, and he is doing : 4 0 FURS .
,4{ hold up the little bodice of black velvet Some striking fancy shipper; are half his bloody work, suffering untold 4 FERTILIZERS 0 0 .
I of ,lilv'r and half of 'horrors Death> th. battle- 4 0 I 0 WOOL .
and at the same time they servras gold or. tissue reigns on :
( I satin. made ',! field and his children at home > SHINGLESORANGE: 0 0 .
a finish to the frills of lace which gay-colored They were are sue
with of the colored si-tin and to and want. Th" 4 0 I AND .
take the place of sleeves. Another I vamps rum bing hunger
j1.0i type of sleeve which appears on ever the heels and quarters of gold: cr silver | poor mother i I- in distress and can not .4 BOXES '0 .
so many evening frocks is the long I Silk hose to match are worn share her gri-f. with her' husband. ) 0 I ALL .
< trailing sleeve of tulle, known as the ''I'' with the slippers, for th'-y lire to bo "The workers. of Germany have to ISmart I- ORANGE WRAPS, 0 .
wing sleeve. It always gives added I had in all the desired colors I bleed I because> such is the will of the 4 0 0 COUNTRY'
___ _ _ _ _ of 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 0 .
.- - -- ------------------------ ---- pnnn I capitalists, of the super-patriots, > ,
the cannon-makers. The people have 4 0 0 PRODUCE O
WINTER COVERS WILL When the 'chest feels on fire and Ito I make bloody sacrifices without a 0 CRATE NAILS 0 0 .

>. .. SAVE PLANT FOOD the throat 'burns, you have indigestion -I murmur in order that these robbers 4 0 0 0
and you need HKRBINE: to /get may mint gold out of th-'_ir valuable : .000000000000000 000.000000. . . 0
It :
Every acre of the farm should be rid of the disagreeable feeling.( II lives
drives out badly digested food
occupied by a cover crop this winter. srengthens the stomach and purifies I "The war was ushered._ in_ with a We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.

H Unless the land is covered a large the bowels. Price 50c. Sold by Os- Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.

't* amount of plant food will be lost ceola Pharmacy.A Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12.
Fall Dresses Easily Made At Home
s through leaching. The winters are slice of potato is an excellent We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and pries

so warm that the soil organisms thing to clean white oil cloth which A on fertilizers.

i 'which liberate plant food are active has become disfigured by hot cooking
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practically all the time. The material utensils.BARGAIN. -.

' > which they break down leaches FREECOUPON I 1

beadily through the soil, especially Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. M. Bryan, Vice Pres. J. L. Barber, Sec'y.Treas.

I where it is aand .

} A crop should b& grown to use the
plant food liberated. This crop can /
'1 j turned under or pastured and the ALL OF) BLOCK 13 IN ROSS for any
soil fertility thus conserved. E. :S.> ADDITION AND ALL OF BLOCK /
Pace district agent for the University
J of Florida Extension Division, ,
mentions the following crops that are
suitable for winter covers: oats, barley \FOR QUICK SALE AT $700.00
4 rape, rye (preferably Abruzzi or EACH. THESE BLOCKS ARE (1N Bryan Realty CompanyOffices
Florida ) crimson clover and
hairy vetch. The last two are beat Y 7 i ) is included in on Broadway, Kissimmee,
4 to grow wherever they can be grown, VERY DESIRABLE. 2tpd42 / .
because they will not only conserve ; \ the purchase of Opposite Graystone Hotel \
oil fertility but they will add nitro- Breaker-Barclay Realty Co. \\T1.\\\

fl gen' te the soil. Crimson clover will - TheMcCallBook
i+ DO best on the heavier types of well
tf drained neutral or alkaline soils. It

p; is not advisable to sow rape on poor of

'' land.The I It \ Orange Groves, Timber lard. We Pay Taxes for Non-ce
< oats and be used for
rye may '"
Cattle: Ranches, Country and idenU
i aa Owner'sAgents
> Train or pasture and at the same time Park HotelIS '
iV; protect the land against leaching. I IL II Fashionsfor City Property for Rental' Property.

,, ,Where ever possible one of the (,figurnea ,
should be planted, because the i' Autumn
soil will need. the nitrogen which it .----,
:Will Add. NOW OPEN

r Price only 2 0 c.e .
.T. C. Talliaferro, president of the ..
> National Bank of Tampa, has < mtfU :30 _..<.)
r'Rend to'land Hillsbororugrb. county R. S. FLOYD
the nm ,ot, '100 without Interest -
Vader New Maaageaent. NOW SALE !
tor the purpose of bollding a road to UTII sum cmmiMcOall IlIInlc:11111 1H ON

a '.'\;.eoDUed_wita-tbe..ffood road system ef -- -.--. -- ---- Pattern*Me.TSTI. MeOall Pattern N...7379.Many Dealer In .. .
7 Manatee eouaty..v Many other attractive rf- other nw ri ln* V
: signs for October. for "" P. .

:' Ds A laUtl..a u..,..... Rates H.... ...... ./ baautl/ul IMV d..lsna.! ; .profusely IMi..trat.4. Many Groceries Nay, Grain and Feed
")' NN Nr.P5. llleltaulL Reasonable .pace* In ...._all. the rich effeeta of AuttMM Fabric made up In

"."' te0tl'Ja ".".'.,_. .. .:r:'T.o Dropedf.ieptabIe.,LuI.Jfo._, a McQAI.L PATTERNSA. : Corner Broadway and Dakin Aye. ,

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;. i dl.tmbsloaab. At eeme tine,It.14.dg100.totleN R J. CORWIN, Proprietor S. Try Us 011 Your: Next Orcjer For Fqe4. ; .

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to take Uncle Sam's grub'or gd with* (f"I \

.. "So the voracious Nelson jmd Billy .
beguiled the old into rivihg thema ti y.
man t
,Black Point An Evil Plate.: good feed before leaving Florida. -

Black Point gets, n* white mark I They wanted to load op withenoughto
:from Dorothy Bullock the 8-year-old I last them a while Nelson said .
daughter Mr. and Mrs.. S. H. Bui. "So Makinton took them to a good

lock. In fact, Dorothy it sure the restaurant. Before those boys got -- fit- 7 Z.. el
.soldier camp ground is appropriatelynamed. through with Idea, they had run the o : +/
bill to $10.20. They loaded up. with the n
r Not long ,since she was talking to best and biggest steaks they could. i
one of her grown-up friends about the get: other things in proportion. I' "" y1
Klsslmmeo soldier and their sad ex.: "4 told Makinson he had played it ,

periences at the Black Point camp wrong; that he ought to have reversed N V k;,I
"Why," said Dorothy, "Black Pointis the procedure and filled them '
just one of the awfullest places. with beans and hardtack, so as to
It's a dreadfully sickly place. Why, break them into the diet on which .' r
she continued, earnestly and gravely, they must fare at the border." ..
wit was Just dreadful how the Kla- '"
simmee soldiers got sick and had to WHY NEWSPAPERS I. ..
code back home. Their eyesight got j
s they: had fever, and they got fame, :, a * t.lJA
and their hearing got bad, and so If a newspaper is using :$2,500
many had to come home because they worth of- paper a month-and manyof I I,
yf just could not stand it. I don't see them in the South are now paying I iAlo
why they let any of them stay in that that on old contracts" and the price
sickly J.> ace. I never heard of so for next year will be doubled., which

much sickness. many of them are now having to pay, You W7o i I 1.
their paper will cost them $6,000 per
Why Bananas Cost So month, or $60,000 per year. A few Know the CaT v
in the South have made that r
papers -
Much: in Klssimmee. much money, but no man wants to of the Gun-
Probably many Kisaimmeeans have lose all his profits lust for the honor ,
wondered why they can get bananasin of publishing a newspaper.The I .
who the from the
Tampa for 10 to 15 cents a dozen, Federal Trade Commission laseeking YOU "" snoot over traps or :. .
but have to pay 20 to 25 cents a dozen the cause of the rise in the : blind, out in the big wild spot.'k t

-Y---a--m-an in Kiftfiimmee.: has not been able to price locate of but has Register.The been unable I It takes your luna of man to know tow" muck Remington UMC : t

to understand it until this week. Banana mocLtrn arms,modern ammunition Lave done for the sport in America today. i "
sellers here have told him and Mobile Register is entirely too r
others that they make barely a profiton modest in admitting earnings of $30- For the sportsman wLo values tL.confidcnce'W1WLauper": (too tintf qualitMt impant,tLr are tLAutoJotfcling I J t

the fruit, even at the high priceswe 000 a year: for, of course, the Register .
have' to pay for it. must be doing as swell as any -
The freight-collecting voracity of other paper in the South. The figuresare JenyqgtoIi;
the railroad did not explain it. In surely too small. ., S !

fact, banana futing .Kissimmeeans Nevertheless, it would bur It privi- ....
have been inclined to rrgard our lo- lege to other newspaper people to Shot Gun
cal fruit sellers as-well-as hyporbolizers ,know which papers are doing this, for + \ ,._\% '.,
to say the least. I,they.would then read 'with closer interest '. . $J.'J. A'ct'on; Pumj; Gun .

Comes H. C. Morton, a Kisslmmee and seek to follow more exactly Autoloading RifleSlid.

resident, and throws light on tho sub [after their business management. Indeed I Action Restating Rifles and _
ject. Morton was in Tampa this there might be a scramble -
week. In fact, Morton often is in among newspapers tc secure the man- Ammunition for tvtry standard matt of Arm.
He is a plutocrat, for he agers of such with the hopeof .
Tampa. book; and he is R'ettingsimilar papers profits.In From on. ...d of tlia continent! to the other portinun kava m.d. tl>. Rij Ban Mark of Rftnfitfton UT tC tfc. .r,. of Spert.m.m'H e
possesses afraid insects a might eat it if he laidit another respect the Register .**lqu>rt.r. in .every to_ Any sportsman will tell you ..1ao and tahtrtM dealer u in tku Mction. t

away and used it infrequently. is wrong. Does it not know Sold by your home dealer and 1,147 other leading merchants in Florida '2!
Morton saw bananas, good that every man who runs a newspa-
as, on Bale in Tampa at 10 banan-I per does it "just for the honor" of Chan and at!your fun with REM OIL. th. oamhnaticn Powder 5.1.....'. Lubricant and Rut Prmntatn '

dozen. He had been paying publishing a paper and not for the THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY"z. t 7e

in Kissimmee. Curiosity was aroused. i I profit that is in it? F._..... ...J A..K.i..... ,.. c1a W- .
lie entered a wholesale fruit store If a man' went into the newspaocr Woolwonk Bi>U ii><. N.w'York !
conveniently near and wanted to know business from the money-making
why bananas were 25 cents a dozen point of view alone, he would give indication ,
in his home town. He intimated that of a sad'mental weakness,
our local fruitmen made a hoggish for if the same energy and activity mcy _
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profit on them. and enthusiasm were given to any .. j ; ; ;1 r-- yt' -, YM nrrir.i -
The wholesaler refuted tho Intimation. other' industry that are given to the
He averred that very little publication of a live paper the profit.
profit could be made at 25 cents a earned would vastly exceed those that ,
dozen. can be made in the newspaper btminem -
"Why," he said "we charge your and we venture to say that the
dealers 4% cents a pound for bananas >editors and publishers of the Mobile
and then cartage tnd freight Register and of every other paper in
must be added." the South will be willing to admit

.+ "That tells nothing to me," replied this.There
"" Morton. "I 1 don't know :nyihing is probably no other businessin I
about pounds in bananas. I do kriow, the world, except, the
though, that good bananas are 01. sale preaching tile Gospel, were iw
here, in Tampa, at 10 cents a dozen- much is given to the public for such ZSCak. ,. teachera"In F
about the same that I pay 25 cents small financial returns as in the case .:;umo- Women doctors and
Filling and icings. England find opportunities that have
Kissimmce. How do you ex- of newspapers. The public at large
for in Filling for Orange Cake.-One me- always been closed to them. :
plain that?" has seemed to look upon editors and
"Oh, we sell)) bananas to Tampa publishers as "easy marks" always dium orange juice and grated rind; h
dealers at 2'"4 cents a pound," repliedthe ready to contribute to the welfare of and Field two tabtcitpoonfula butter, one egg/ one The Southern Cattle Companyhas' l
dealer. their community or of their countryand Trap I cnpfni ..ncnr;, beat sugar, orange juice announced that they will comment

"How is that?" asked Morton. get in return scarcely even scanty and rind and batter, add beaten egg, the erection of a $30,000 packinghouse ;
"Well, they are not as wood as thosewe appreciation. cook until it thickens; use cold.
ship. They would not stand ship- Indeed, the chiet satisfaction of Butter Frosting./ -Two cupfuls pow- at an early date" near Jackson:
ment to Kissimmee," answered the editors and publishers is in feeling __ I ville. .. pe
dered two tablespoonfuls milk
that they have done something for sugar ,
:" retorted Morton. "Of tellt' Humanity or for their community.In COUNTY FAIRS MAKE TRAP--: era! thousand county and state fairs I two tablespoonfuls melted butter; J'
. 1 buy 10-cont bananas here, take them every'country town there, 'are SHOOTING AN ATJ'RACI'IONB7 held annually in the United States realattraction two tablespoonfuls vanilla; stir until. t

to Kisnlmmoe, and keep them a week newspapers that are doing good for and trapshooting -ffords them a 1 creamy,
t', before they oven begin to get too soft their communities and receiving but Peter P. Carney. ,, to attract and hold the interest 'I Cake Filler.-A.: good cake filler, easily
of the farmers which is t ,
something rr
:a. to eat." little expression of appreciation, 3X-: Seeking attractions that 'will : all fair associations endeavoring i made, if a capful of sugar/ and one
are -
"I I i- ; eept .in words-which do :not butter hold the interest of their ;visitors to do. : half cupful'aweet milk; boll until It

"Among a small group in County bread. In the larger cities, the news- several 1 county fair associations have Very nearly every farmer owns a hairs;" beat. until cold enough to .
'.' .. with the
& are, rare exceptions,
'b' Judge Murphy's office some days ago most papers powerful agencies for the business turned to trapshootinz.. The Mon- gun-some of them dozens and thoy spread ,.
were the Judge Attorney Cndol. and and moral advancement of their mouth County (re. J.) Fair, held at all shoot at one time or other, either Lemon Filler.-One egg, well beaten; Council '.
Narcoossee's millionaire raconteur, S. communities; but these , Red Bank, set aside one day for the over the traps or in the field. The introduction one cupful sugar, juice and If1'1ltec1'rlD4' *
J. Triplett. too, have to take many newspapers harsh criti- devotees of the "sport alluring" and of trapshooting at tho fair of one lemon, piece butter size of egg; .of the
Triplett remarked that a friend just cisms and smile and smile and be willing the Bergen County (N. J.) Fair Association means that ovciy visitor will become cook over hot water until thick.
returned-from Kentuckv had informedhim -held in Hobokcn-did like- interested, especially as it will not be N
still to go on in the good work.If Pineapple Iclng.r-Oj and one-halt
that a law had gone into effectin wise. the sport? in the abstract, but in the
out of the acute
present confectioner1 ta
that state prohibiting the killing situation there should paper Tho idea ther. found its way west- exhibition of their fellow f .mvers. cupfuls of sugar one
come an BWBK-
of any deer within the next thirty appreciation the part of the ,: ward and tho tournament of the, Lu- This looks like n rich field for the blespoonful of shredded pineapple. one- 1
ening" on
Association delve into. half teaspoonful of vanlla, boiling water %
years.V public to the work that the newsn.ipers verne (Minn.) Gun Club was held at Interstate to ,
"Thirty years!" ejaculated the are doing for the town and the i the Luverne Fair. These: tournaments It is doubtful if a better ,method of to make creamy i Spread at once. .

Judge. "Why, the state will be over- city and the country, and a broader attracted thousands of persons whQ reaching gun owners and inducing Chocolate Icing.-Two teaspoonfuls I II
run within five years. New York en- recognition!: of the value of such work, never before had witnessed a' trap- them to become trapohootei would bea of cocoa, two tablespoonfuls of hot That seal, with all It means to t
acted a law stopping deer killing for. the heavy losses of the present mightin shooting competition. Thero are sev- great boon to tho sport. water. Cook half a minute, cool, add I the public, might well be put
Before the term expired, H u __ .., Ion that containIIPERUNA
five the end be than bottle k
years. more justified. r r ------- --- ------------ - - one tablespoonful of milk; stir In icing every
the farmers on Long Island had to Manufacturers Record. *
disregard the law and kill deer in A school teacher in a distant state )I I In/ the Garden. sugar to the right consistency.Meat .

self-defense. Their gardens and fields The annual value of the farm wood- recenly received a note from a, mother Give the petunia a good soil, let It !
were overrun and destroyed by the lot products of the United States! is which read as follows: get a good start at the beginning of Scallop
Materials.Two cold roast offered the I II
animals. I cupfuls No other remedy ever
over 195000000. "Dear Mis. writ me about the season, and by the /last of June it
Domesticated Quail."Deer you beef, stale breadcrumbs, seasoning! a I American people has more friends 1I
Triplett's will begin to bloom and from that
whipping Sammy. I hereby give you I tablespoonful !butter a tablespoonful) I after two generations of success:: no II
evidnetlv increase as fast ns If a woman would think twice before (time on to front It will make the garden used I
"I have flock permission to beet him up rny timeit Hour a cupful[ stock or gravy. I other remedy is more generally
quail" said Triplett. a she speaks, she certainly wouldbe with Its crlnmou and '
gay l1'Iotber
Last they to learn him with a clubb. He is J)1rec'tloll.lInef'/ the meat finely 1 In the homes of the people;
of thirty on my place. yOar a thoughtful person. just like his father-you have to and white blusHomn. If there Hliuuld has been so enthusiastically eDdIJned -
into the fut and season -
six. They come removing superfluous
numbered |
with l learn him with a clubb. Pound nol- be a little fiillliiK off In the quantity any I by the tbou anda. I II
and let me feed htem my with milt. a. little
highly pepper
yard I There would be nothing very interesting edge into him. I want him to get and quality of Its towers In 1'0'1'11'111'' I The reason U found! in ml _rlu Tot I II

chickens."It would seem, then, that quail about most of the arguments noletfge and don't pay any attention tar. cut away nearly nil the old brunches mtintiiixl llli'iicl, together or horseradish In H saucepan or stock the sauce butter I I eoufth f TMemlo.*. and teoerVldebUUr h d r f oau7 l I l'l'of
could be domesticated and raised in presented by women were they not to what his father says. I'll handle and allow the plant to renew ItnHf. I tho above PeruMwUlbefooodeUeCTf**.!
I and, flour, add the slock and when II
BO deliciously illogical. him. 1 rallabl and sat. For IrMular Pttlt.
quantities for market, mid the i After cutting hack It will soon throwup : :
boiling rook for two OP throe minutes; Impaired
Judge I ___ __ ---- --- - ( new Hlioota nncj on I hone will lie I U aalavaluabi tooic. 1 9r
I h, then put In the meat and mix with this '
"I doubt so, put in Cadel.thcmselveo."Theyare .o.o ooo..ooooooo. .... I borne flowers quite as large and flue foundation HII\1<'1'. Turn Into greased 1 Peruna may be obtained in 1
too 1 pugnacious among n" those which characterized the pro.ductJon
The males fight too much. I believe scallop shells or small Individual dish tablet form for convenience.|
ATTENTION of the earlier of the -
SONS OF VETERANS! part season
thev are the most combative of all es. sprinkle buttered crumbs over the The P.rau CMWUI c.aow.: .
and there will be plenty of them
birds. top and bake ftrtcep minute
Makinson Boys Sting Their Dad. THE: BAY VIEW HOTEL .until the coming_ of cold weather .---- y
This talk about v-enicon and quail ---- --- -- ----- ------

led to some hard-luck stories about y
lack of "eats." Of TAMPAhas .
I -
Trinlctt; told about footing it across
the ties of the railroad bridge at Cin- been designated as the Official Headquarter of the Sow of Vet y 0! .

cinnati on a sleety night with 0"' crass dnrinf the coming Reunion. Every effort will be made by lie I
dollar in his pocket-and how far
a he made that dollar go. management to insure your comfort and enjoyment. Write ahead THE UNIVERSAL FERTILIZER

The V. G. writer told how he had for accommodations. have
Citrus I trees, vegetables and all oilier crops must
to live on 5 cents a day throughouttwo C. H. JEWETT
weeks in St. Louis more than Prcp'r. I k i phosphorus or they cannot thrive. Experience proves '

,.. twenty years ago. .... ...... . . .. . . .. .... . . .... ...0..I r natural phosphativery finely ground not only the
Then Triplett recalled how ho got + best but the cheapest way to put (phosphorus into any

"stung" in a "swell" Washington res- soil and to maintain soil fertility. S
taurant. He invited two companions We are in the market for small

to supper in a nice-looking restaurant.He Natursown Is a High-Grade Pulverized Phosphate f

did. Ten not know dollars what was he all was the runnniginto. moneyhe stocks of CATTLE and will pay Double-ground, exactly right for the soil action that '

had-In possession or in sight. He releases the phosphorus to meet plant demand. The

was game, though. The bill was 930. unu!'""l! phosphorus' remains for future crops. Growersin
,, He laid down his' $10 bank note and I cash for them. F'' ,''la and other states report record yields of all
1 .. told the waiter to keep the change
l,.. . "That reminds me," said the Judge, kind.crop* from the use of

*. "of in Jacksonville how Maklnson's just boys before stung they him departed We will buy yourVeal, Calves, Bigger Crops Fertilizer Bills 'Reduced One-Half I 'x

l for.Texas. J U you Vli'' vi: that manufactured fertilizers are better .f
"You all know what a chic Chickens and that natural' phosphate is profit-
s, Maklnson has for Hogs Eggs.Qjsceola !because rnstlier, or t .
ti Nelson "
petite en beet ..and ,other choice viand*. -. .. ,af 11" 'un', f..t Certain kinds of crop you Tnaytimproveyour ,Ir rW'' rIlti

Billy, it no slouch( cither for ,table oU, increase yield and reduce fertilizer -costs by '

tuff. Cattle learning |the facts:>bodt'NATITR OWK ,

r :close I'"Well.. as Black long the the boy.'old were man as Company, Write Now.{or Price"and Free Instructive Book.UffiLANDPHOSPlIATE '-f'

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,Farmer 'will entertain the Circle at Ing the objectto 'be found on a cent, Mrt. Overttreet, who wera hostesses', 'an outing to Mill's Slough Ur pend
the next meeting. The! guests attending I[ brought to the winner the, penny described. had arranged a clever contest for the the day. The outgoing trip I W'I' made
the meeting wef* Mrap. R.; 'P. Livingston diversion of the guest The answer by motor with the understanding that
A Society ;Notes" ; Mrs,;R. MT Evans, Mrs Roma The joyuoi and happy vein of the of all the questions of this con the party walk home, but the weathermen
Thomas. Mrs.: I G. D. Boone, Mrt.. .F. S. Correlf. Mrs.O. Mingled with''' the fond congratulation the closinganswer being "button home coming was made in a drenching
B. Falls, Mrs. J. A. Barclay Mrs.L. 'were the minor notes expressed f'o hole." The ladies were then' asked to rain. However, all made merry
eM... Eo Eo Well.. Editor.) R. Farmer Mis. A. B. Bell, Mrs. in whispered "fare thee well," "good' demonstrate their efficiency: in that over this misfortune and del cared it
J. F. O'Borry, Mrs. W, W. Bell, Mrs.G. by." "auf wiederseln." line by working a button hole, and only added to the pleasures of the day.
B. Williams, Mrs. J. W. Wilder, Miss Wilcox soon will become the the contest xlosed by awarding the Attending- this picnic were Misses Virgil ...L
R..est II ..... t. aD eI tIt VaD. Cuett. ... It...
pain. Mrs. E. S. Hall, Mrs. J. W. Chapman, bride of Norris Mawson and will reside prize (aprrtty alver thimble) to Mrs.E. Kent, Margaret Lee, Alpha West-
s.detJ Eyo" .. tit. E tor fer ,.bUt.ti.. .. ... colIUDL: Mrs. C. J. Woodall, Mrs. Elisabeth at Sayre, Ok. E. Wells and a consolation (an fall, Essie Baas,. Jeanette Prevatt,
Waring-Mrs. J. C. Griffln, Mrs. Tom Several members of the class were emery) to Mrs. F. J. VanDuzor. Dot and Joe Makinson, Dorothy
Misses Lizzie and Katie unable to attend the refreshments of waffers, Wells, Beatrice Hilton, William Arnold
.........:.. .. .. .. '. .. Woodall, regrettably Dainty
- - - - - -- - - - Wells Charlie Regero, Walter
. . . . - - . . . . . . . . . - . . . Thompson, Myrtle Collier, Ruby Party. The guests included Misses rakes and punch were served. About Bert ,
Whidden, Susie Bell and Ethel Wilder. Wenner Sawyer, Mattie Bandy, Harriet thirty guests enjoyed this social Bass, and Roy Young.
MR. AND MRS. STORY HONORED Monday afternoon at the studio, when I I and Kathrvn Wilcox. Nellie Best. event. -
refreshments of sandwiches, cakes KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUB Jessie Bessie Moseley.. Beside .
Padgett. *
Fire Girls and i a
Mrs. T. M. Rivers and Mrs. Julius and tea were served during the social I Peake and Freda Reidel, and Mesdames The Camp and
Smith entertained a number of hour. Others present were Mrs. Gay The opening meeting of the Kissimm.e F. C. Correll. Holmes Prather, PIC\/ICKEItS-TWO: / PAnTIES friends planned launch 'picin -
Livingston, Mrs. W. J. Fripp, Mrs. J. Last Saturday was picnic day for nic xupper at Paradise Island thjt;
friends Tuesday evening ,/very delightfully Woman's Club was held Mon A. M. Moseley, and W. J. Fripp.
Tuesday evening at the Rivers D. Clark Mrs. ''J. Y. King, Mrs. L. HiIngram day afternoon at the Hart Memorial .. the young people whim Miss Virgil afternoon and were also caughtheavy i MrTIk
residence in honor of Lyle Story and Mrs. Henry Aultman, Misses with the president, Mrs. -J. M. Will- PRISCILLA CLUB Kent (chaperoned. merry party on shower.
his bride, who returned from their Anne Carson, Norma Griffin and Violet i son, Jr., in the chair. /
wedding trip last Saturday. Bullock. I Business routine occupied the afternoon Mrs. Tom Woodall was a charming-
The rooms were fralCrant'with cut Mrs.. Clark will assist. in entertain including/ reports of the officers hostess Saturday afternoon, entertaining 1
flowers and potted plants, carrying ing at the next meeting of the club. I and committees.< / the member of the I'riseillaC'lul ,i
out a color scheme of pink and white. * The resignation of Mrs.. N. C. Bryan > at her pleasant home on Lake 1I
Beginning: the program/ for the evening MOTHERS-TEACHERS CLl'H I I from the office of secretary was "I1''t. "Fancy work occupied the attention
was a piano selection by Miss --'- accepted with regret: and a rising. / of the guests throughout the
Lucy Buckles, followed by a reading The 'October literary. and social I vote of thanks was given: by all present |afternoon which was concluded with
by Miss: Gusiie Winn. Square< of meeting of this. club ;wi l take place ,1 in recognition/ of her faithful ,ii-freshimnts of assorted ;mndwil'hel'l i
cloth, needle and thread wjre then at the Hart Memoiial building 3:30p. : i and effi'-ient! work during the past tou anil after-dinner mints.
distributed among the /guests with m., Friday, Oct. 20. I year. Miss. Anne Carson was appoint- The (gue"t 'we..e. :Mis, R. I n. Guico, !I
the rrouesf that each outline a picture Thi club received its credentials a I I..d I by the president to fill this vacancy. MihK :Myrtle Collier :Mrs. H. N. Brat-
of a pig.\ Surprising local talent I a member of the Stutc Federation of The corresponding. secretary was I ton, :.Mis. A. Cotterman, MI'". G. \.. I
was shown in this rO1t.t: and mu<'h Women's ("lul>s last May. Ax hercto-. inMiucted to ('onf..rith Mayor Ma\ Hammack Miss Elon Guice. Mrs. J.
merriment was caused. by the marvelous fore stated, Chevoik planned for this with i.'paid to the effort now bein 'i'J.. Beaman, :Miss ICthol Gilbert !Mrs\ !
results. The pri7." was award year IH basic and also informative as made to obseise t Oct. !) to 14. whit |.I. 1) JefToids, :.Mr*. U. S. !Marks\ Mrs' '
ed to Mrs. A. M. C'hisholm. to federation affairs. has been .set apart by the Florida Feder.ation H. S. Floyd and huh,., :Misa KflTio Law I II
A vocal solo by Miss Susie Spin n> u "clean-up" period.' Thr. ; 7.. Bass
There will be nrie l>UMne s meetings on, Mis. : J. J. Wooilall, Mrs. ,
and a humorous! reading by :\11'''. F. each having", time allotted for I Hub;, commended the work hi'inir don and :Mi*, K E. Well-. I
J. Van Duier continued the'prOlCram.. drill in liamentaiy rules and 11 along this line and offered! the co :Mis. :Minks will entertain the clulint
A "flower contest". war enjojed I bv, biief.ummaiy of turient events. operation of its. members.An . the next m'-etniK' s
the guests: when the prize was won Each of the ten literary-social. informal talk liy :\11'... Willson.leliiting I I,
by Miss Lucy Buckles.. -Miss: Ethel meetings will ha\e a topic allied to to .some of her vacation e\ TALKNT::<< TEA
Wilder rendered a piano number. .some one department of the GenralFederation ; 1 1I penances. was "a pleasing i fell tUl'e of
The surprise 'Of the evening came At each of these. Uijiical the session.riiOCiKESKIVK. The Missionary Society ,of the<
when little Madge Rivers and Vivian meetings will be given a resunve of ., ., ". :Methodist 1 ('h'IJITh'and a few friends
Floyd entered carrying n beautifully the state departmental work in that FIVE Hl'NDKED: ) weie iuite| pleasantly. entertained I'f
decorated basket. full to the brim with pr.iticulxr line. with ii talent tea Friday afternoon at
pretty and useful gifts for. the hon- At next Fl'i'is. ,I. I.. OerstieetMrs.
oree. will be muMC, with a program as of the past week was the progressive/ : Bratton' Mrs. J. R. Gilbert and
The evening closed with refresh five hundred given by the ladies ,
follows: partv : - - - - - - - - - -----
ments and sandwiches, pink and white ":\ Place in the Federated | of St. John's Guild of the Episcopal J
cake, chocolate and tea. :Mrs. L. R Club." church at the Gray! Farmer, Miss Lucy Bu'kle.ladjCe: "American :Music," by Louise. I I Tuesday e" ninlC. Seven tables of
and Eunice Rivers, and Vivian Flojdassisted 1 Thomason. j players enjoyed this popular game, Woman's World $;
in serving. "Our National Airs," by Cecilia i and the prizes. were awardod as follows "
Enjoying this occasion. were Dr. and Overstreet. : Ladies' first prize, hand-paint
Mrs. T. M. Rivers, Mrs. Julius Smith, "Hymn Writers," by :Mrs. J, L. ed vase. Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck, ; ladle '
I Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Chisholirf and Over"t reel. second prize, hand-painted plate, Mrs, i r o Ducheva of .lc rlbcrcugh:: and :
bafoy Valeria, Mr.. and Mrs Lyle "Pin ntat ion :Melodies i ," by :\1 r". Debbie l Thurman; ladies' consolation. I Her Devoted Work FOP Wir R .i' f.THB .,'
Story, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Story and :Mary E, Waring.: I I :Mrs, J. Y. King: men's first prize, .
son, Stratton; Mr. and Mrs.. A. J. "Son Every Child Should, Know," leather-covered memorandum book, C. .1
Chisholm, 'Mr F. J. Van Puzer, Mrs. by Miss Emma Yowell. W, Ward; men's .second J prize, leatheicovered "- ',#
K. S. Johnson, Mrs.. Will Gilbert, }lr. It is sincerelv hoped that all members bill book. Dr, Simpson ; consoliition I i ,
and Mrs. S. B. Aultman, Mr. and :Mrs. will attend filled with a spirit of W. W. Saul1 H. P. Dale, C. E. Yowell and Miss. helpfulness that will make this little The evening closed. with refreshments .*
Emma Yowell, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. group a worth-while factor in Kis- of home-made cakes and re I' ,.',
Winn, Mrs. George O"'rstreetlrs.: simmee life. C. J. F. fleshing fruit punch A .small admission >s
L. R. Farmer, Mrs. E. E. Wells, I was charged and the proceeds
Misses Abbie Harris, Susie Spier, ,* added to the, Guild fund. i
Lois Johnson, Loie Jackson. Ethel ]MISS SE.W'llURIUED: : * *
Wilder. Cecilia and Mabel Overstreel ENTRE: :NCH'SMrs. ii
EfTle Lawson, Lena Lord Margaretand I Rev. J. R. Cason pastor of Trinity i Watch

Anna Davidson. Gussie and May :Methodist ('hun'hr, last evening read : :Milton! Flederer riuitc pleasantly ..
Winn}, Rhea Pherigo Lenore Van Du- the words which united in wedlock ent-Ttuined the Knttc Nous V
*er, Vivian Floyd. Madge and Eunice- Mrr8 "Alne: Seymour, daughter of club at her home, on Bryan street,
Jive'rs"and Lucy Buckles. t John T. Seymour, and1.: Wright Tuesday afternoon when the member'-
* Halluni. The chinch was cio\vdd pent a busv afternoon fushioninirbaskets i Your
Step ;i
with fiiends. of the
young couple, as
BIRTHDAY PARTY of leeds and pine: 11<'('dlel<. A
the ceremony followed church si-iv- I, delicious salad course, with wafers,
Uttle !Marg-aret Waring: celebrated ice last night. mints and iced tea were er\ed by the I, .
her! ninth birthday Saturday with a In preparation for traveling, the hostess. Those attending w.-re Mrs, '' -
fail realize that the habit of coffee
Many people to
i bride wor3 a smartly tailored suit common
pretty children's party at the home of Milton Pledger/ Mrs. II.V.. Morrow,
ii Mr. and Mrs C. J. Woodcll, on Main of the popular brown. Her hat, shoes' :Mrs. J. R. Branson Mrs. L. II. In- 'I' '
and matched the suit and drinking sooner or later, handicap ability and hinder
street gloves created 1 cram :\11'''. J. L. Overstreet. and Mrs.'J. may progress. ,
As the continued downpour of rain a charming ensemble. She was I). Jeffords.i .
i It is scientific fact that coffee contains harmful caffeine
prevented the games on the lawn as I attended by Miss Blanche Bryan, who i Mrs. Ingram will entertain the a a drug ,
the little folks was becomingly; attired in blue taffeta club the I ,:
was intended, romped1n at next meeting.
the house in .. most delightful man.'nero Marvin Spaulding acted as best * which with many, through regular Use, causes nervousness, .
with man, and Mrs. Sallie J. McGirt, Miss ) ,
The afternoon refreshments
of punch and cakes, when Mabel McGirt, Mr. Seymour, Mary FOR MISS headache, heart flutter, or other annoying ills. :' I,
:Mrs. J. W. Chapman, Mrs. C.-J. Wood- Seymour and Lamar Frazure com KATHRYN WILCOX DUo or JU.BLBOftO"GIL'ConsueIo '
all and Mrs, J., C. Griffln aatisted pleted the bridal procession.Mr. The Westminster Class of the Presbyterian The wise move is to quit coffee and use I ,
Mrs. Waring in oarving .Mlsp Margaret and Mrs. Hallam left on last Sunday school gave a merry duchess of Maryborough\ I j
received ,numbers of pretty night's late train for Key West, party in honor of one of the class, like BO many of England's noblpwomen. >
presents from her friends. . where they are spending today. Tomorrow \liss Kathryn Wilcox, bride-to-be, at IN still flolng her full .Kliar of relief
At the party were Margaret Maddox morning they will .sail for :\11'''. A. M. :lfo eleY'H home last Fri work, for soldiers., In ehaiKu "if| the POSTUMMade .
New York City, whete they wi41 spend Oct. 7.
{ ,Janet Griffln, Eliznbeth' O'Bcrry, day nijfht Amerlciiii women's relief fiuul nhlcti
Aladys Athalla and Joocphine Grif their honeymoon. The Westminster girl*, filled'with
bus Its lioF >itiil nt IVlnlitoii., \ Kn:.;land.In .
Both in |
fin-Margaret and Helen Winn, Irene young people are popular true class spirit, have a bond of deep
social circles of the and Mr. Hal- ,cooperation with )Lnily. Randolph
Ingram, Louisa and. Christine May, I' city fri'n OH vine Savage, Jessimae Griffin, Evelyn lam has an important'place in business the evening(' previous.. and converted Faullc, Mao Winn, Dorothy Bullock I .. circles. through: his connection ;he :Moseley home into a bow-r with and (insisted. by her mother
Marjorie and Carol Makinson. with the Bank of Bay Kiscayne.: i- special fontures of cut Dowers and,\ '\rtistic Mrs. n, II. P, Hi-liuont. sliu II.IH untirInnly I pure food-drink has a rich, snappy flavor much like mild Java coffee
Mane Harper, Lois and Eleanor Ov ami1 :Metropolis.Miss \ festoons of hearts and) clipids. I lii.lH| >,il Iwnr ln-r slinre of t the' /liur- I I
street, Irenu Pittman. Florence The affair was* a sui pt-sc, to the den |1'111 .upon ixitilolle. women nil overIbu yet contains no drug nor other harmful element.
Reaves, Nellie Woodall, Jane Lucila : Seymour is the niece of :Mrs.W. h6noiee, Slu- left home to spe-itl asocial ,
worlil todayINTERESTING
Griffin, Delia and Julia Ledbetter H. Harris.. and 11 well known and, -\ening with. :Miss Hes-ie i :Moscley. i Poslum comes in Iwo forms. The original Postum Cereal .
Ella and S. E. Gardner, Mnry and Alpheus popular among the young people in By some well laid plans, nhen I ,.
Gilbert. Viririnia and C'lvde Ki immee. where she attended .sihool the guests all arrived, :Miss WiUox, BUTTON i must be boiled Instant Postum, a soluble form, is made in the "
Harris, Arthur Bullock, John Leslev. several years ago. I unsiispt' c (;l)' occupied> a seat beneath
Walter Griffin, George Singletary: R. '" a suspended,( 1\wI! huldpn' cornucopia. Plain Storm and Outing! Coats Ar. Enhvan cup with boiling water--the same delicious drink-instantly. ,
D. Thomas, Ad Gilbert, Harry Wood- Bl'ILDlNG: CIRCLE I At the proper time, Miss IlclenSawyer .
d by Naw Fall Trimmings.These
all, Milton nnd Tommy Bell Robert "accidently" tipped th. A look lo health now smooths and brightens the path of the
Buckles Fred Lupfer.; Jt-iph Jef The members of the Building Circle cornucopia and down upon Miss Wilcox four big buttonIn either eontrastlnff -
fords, 'Helen Bell Willie, Fred and of the Baptist church enjoyed a dolightfullv poured a shower of white packifjes / or hnrmonlr.lnfr/ colors them, future."There's.
Nellie Gilbert, Elizabeth, Marga.ct, informal afternoon at the pink be-ribboned and of various I
Katherine and Dickey Wa' ir.iKERAMIC home of Mrs.. J. C. Griffin :Monday sizes.. Then followed the joy of
., from 4 to 6 o'clock, when fancy work the .eternal feminine in opening the i
CLUB and conversation. .supplied the diver gifts.. <, a Reason" for Postum _
sion. :Mrs. Elizabeth Waring and A delicious chicken salad course, ,
Mrs. S. H. Bullock, assisted by :Miss :Miss. Susie Bell assisted the hostess. with hot chocolate, was served in the / 1..8: I
Inex Carson, was hostess. for a pleasant in serving the deliciousandvichcs.. prettily" decorated,( dining-room. Sold by Grocers everywhere.
i i meeting of the Keramic club lady fingers and tea. :Mrs. L. R. During the evening a contest, tuirnAt .. ,'
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Eastern Time for Democratic National Committee Appoints To'Do :
Want Florida; County Court Has Much ;

Finance Committee For Osceola 'CountyoOo'

Everglades Canals Cause Friction + Jury Drawing Breaks RecordsS. : I

+ The Democratic National Committee has appointed the +
--, i in. one hour slower than the progressive + following Democrat to serve as a finance committee for Once- + I

t* communities almost due north of + ola County in obtaining funds for the expenses of conducting + B. AUL THAN SELLSBROADWAY
Florida !East Coast Chambers Of Com- Florida in the Eastern and Central + the campaign for the Democratic nominees for President and + Ten Illegal fishing Cases Disposed ,

States. The loss of daylight time due 'O' Vice President: +
'merce Convention Acts On Or to the unscientific method in vogue + v + PROPERTYE. Of---Four Cases Still In Courts

approximates thirty days of twelve fr A. E. DONEGAN C. A. CARSON +
Discusses Other MattersOf hours each in each year. This drain W. B. CRAWFORD E. L. LESLEY v L. Lesley, chairman of the Osce- Judge Murphy Imposes DIs-

of one-twelfth of the working hours + JOHN M. LEE H. CLAY STANFORD + oli Board of County Commissioners
Importance I effects seriously every industry and 0 N. C. BRYAN M. KATZ + and one of the most prominent cattle couraging Penalties.
1 I all other business along the east LEWIS O'BRYAN MILTON PLEDGER men in middle Florida, closed a deal

I A week ago the Florida East Coast coast. The loss is equivalent to one + BESSIE BRYAN SIMPSON + with S. B. Aultman this week whereby .

., Chambers of Commerce met in con hour per day or 365 hours per year. + + he becomes the owner of the valuable County Judge Murphy's court
, vention at Stuart. The gatheringwas Mr. Munroe also showed that, due < The work and collections of this committee will be aside + property where Mr. Aultman now last
closed its sessions ,
in session two days. President to this slow time we have no after- 4 from the contributions, obtained by the Valley Gazette for the + resides and also the adjoining vacant Wednesday ,,,
Frank Baker of Miami was in the noons on the east coast-a fact whichis 4 national candidates. + lots on Church street. afternoon Oct. 18. after a busy torm. ;

chair. About 150 delegates attended annoying and brings much adverse + The committee will meet at 10 o'clock TOMORROW morning The sale price of the property was It opened at 10 a. m., Oct 9. it
representing the majority of the east cr'ticism' to us, as many of our tourists 0 (Oct. 21), at the Valley Gazette office for the purpose of + estimated at $20,500. Mr. Aultman Prosecuting Attorney W. B. Craw '
"coast commercial organizations. enjoy fishing trips or golfing between organizing and making plans for its work. 4* receives four blocks on Robinson avenue
ford had bills of Information
A summary of thj( business before luncheon and the dinner hour. + + j containing: twenty tenant houses twenty-five ,
r convention comprised: I So clear and forcible was Mr. Mun- / and a cash consideration. to dispose of at the opening of : ;
the roe's address that a resolution was + + + + + + + + + + + + + 0)+ + + + + + + + 000 + + + + + + famit.r I,
Mr Aultman) anti his ;! .till court. Five of these were nolle-pros-
Formal expression of appreciationto --- ------------------------ n
unanimously adopted favoring the ;; ;; i : ;; ;
the Atlantic' Deeper Waterways continue to ocupy their home for I sed-ono because the defendant had

Association for accepting: the invitation -- bring change it jind.!about.a plan he outlined to For Democratic Presidential OSGEOLA HIGH some time, but they have made no died two because their evidence was
SCHOOL definite plans in regard to 1
of Miami to hold its 1917 con. building invalidated by an acquittal in. another
Road Building Discussed. ElectorsNotice. again.
vention in the latter city. I J
case, and two because of errors
Endorsed abolition of the fee system R. J. Rishpaugh: of West Palm LADS LOSE TO ORLANDO Mr. Lssley owned a part of this made in drawing- the bills ( .

for remunerating: bounty officialsin Beach, chairman of the roads committee property several years ago'and has that corrected in bills
were .
Florida.. after a brief talk on roads in this Every Democrat should clip out I I always considered it one of Kissim- error.'t",
Endorsed the Jacksonville Poultry county called upon Everett P. Maule the names printed below and familiarize THEIR FUMBLING AND THEIR. mee's most promising sections: There were two acquittals \,
, Association and recommended that the contractor who is building the himself with them before election SLOWNESS IN LINING UP ARE ------- -- convictions in the cases brought for .

. east coast communities encourage the main line I Dixie Highway between day: M A I FACTORS FOR DEFEAT.: trial.

poultry industry. West Palm Beach and Stuart, to en- X-MILTON H. MABRY. ORLANDO ELEVEN IS MUCH A PROCLAMATION( ,, Eleven civil cases were on thedocket. .J
that the label : lighten the delegates on the '
Recommended union progress HEAVIER. ,,, Four of thse were tried y"
all matter issued being made on this stretch of nigh- X-W, H. PRICE. \
, be printed on printing I lone was dismissed four were continued f
. liy organizations in the Florida way.Contractor X-J. TURNER BUTLER. By The President Of The United and one was passed. ..
. East Coast Chambers of Commerce. Maule explained the N-J. P. CLARKSON. A large crowd was at the Orlando
Condemned the shipment of Johnson I manr.r in which he was building this Exposition park last Tuseday afternoon States of America. I Interest Centered In Illegal Fishing.The .
. .' grass into Florida and recommended highway. lie declared he was suffer- X-MARTIN CARABELLO. to witness the first football game WHEREAS, I have received from main interest in the court's ":" "
. the enactment of laws to enable I ingMnconvemence from a shortage of X-FRANK HARRIS. of the season between the Osceola the Senate of the United States a 1 business centered in the ten arrests (.... "i ' '1'1'I

: the Stata: Department of Agri- railroad cars in which to haul the Put a cross in front of their names High School and the Orlando High. Resolution, passed July 7, 1916* read' I that had been made for illegal fishing '
culture to nrecent such shipments.' I Ii' rock from the quarry at Ojus. when you vote. School teams.Orlando's ing us follows: I. in Lake Tohopckuliga. '\
\ Endorsed the actions; of Attorney The construction of the new county first touchdown was "Resolved That appreciating the The jurymen disagreed in two of = .
General; West in demanding that the bridge cross the St. Lucie at Stu- These names must be voted for in "handed" to that team by the Osceola sufferings of the Syrian people, it is 'these CUHCB, thus -causing two mis- ',f
".;. Florida East Coast Canal and Transportation iirt was must) discussed, by Contractor voting for President and Vice President full hack field, who continually suggested that the President of the 1 trials. Subsequent trials resulted in :!j
of the United "States. These
Company comply with its Maule\ lie said that this work, most fumblvd{ the ball. Fumbling, how- United States set aside a .day upon I conviction in both Instancen. :I" ?-
contract for completion of the East ol I which' was under water, excepting men must he elected as Presidential ever, prevailed on both sides. which a direct appeal to the sympathy I. Three of the fishermen pleaded ':'S;
I Elector The Presidental Electors The And brothers of Orlando of all American citizens shall be made '
o Coast canal.Thanked the abutments at either end of the rson guilty. One was acquitted. Two -f
th" women and the Commercial bridge is progressing!' satisfactorily.L. elect the President and the Vice President played good football, carrying "the and an opportunity shall be given for 1 others, involved in the case acquitted /*-
I club of Stuart for delightfuland l.. rlililwrs' munaginp secretaryof -not the voters themselves. pig" for most of that team's gains. I our public-spirited people to contribute wore nollo-pressed. Four othors Awere
I abundant entertainment received' the West Palm Beach board of I Notwithstanding (Orlando' giants to,a much-needed fund for the relief -I convicted. 4.

-. by the convention's members and trade talked briefly on the road ques- outweighed the O. H. S. lads about ''I of the Svrian people." The fishing caseD tried were hotly \

, .. quests I in. that town. i tion and stated that his county had SESSION OF WEKIVA twenty pounds to the lad, the Kissim- I And whereas, a Resolution was I contested. The attorneyo (O'Bryan .
Invited the East Coast Canal l Association spent approximately $360,000 on mee midgets held the Orlando Go- I passed by the Congress of the United & Pledger\ ) for tho defendants: in the

to amalgamate ", i... ...c Flor- roads. In comparison, he said, the liaths down to a score of 18 to 13- States on July 18, 1916, reading as four trial convictions utilized every
ida East Coast Chambers of Commerce $5ti,000; ( the portion of the federal in Orlando's favor. follows: resource for their clients. They mov-
-on the ground that the aims ( Continued Ten BAPTISTASSOCIATION The only spectacular play of the I "Resolved by the Senate (the Houseof ed to quash the bills took exceptionsto 'I
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! .. of the two organizations are closely on game was when Charlie Regero of Representatives concurring), Thatin the court's charges to the ,juries "
related. - - Kissimmee tore through the heavy view of the misery: wretchednessand moved for new trials (rofu&ed), end "

Accepted without endorsement, the A large delegation from the Baptist Orlando line and, dodging the backfield hardships which these people are have appealed all four cases to the '
\., report of the drainage committee I REPRESENTATIVE SEARSAT churches in Kissimmee left Tues made forty yards for a touch-. I suffering, the Piesident of the United Circuit Court.
. day over the Florida Midland railroadto down. *" States be respectfully asked to des-
which prolifically criticised the man I appeals are based on three alleged
,j' ner in which the Everglades drainageis JAX fALL FESTIVAL attend the fortieth annual meeting -------- I ignate a day on which the citizens of errors-that the allegations in ,
being conducted.Selected of the Wekiva Baptist Association this country may give expression to I the information were insufficient t' i

," : Titusville as the next 4 held at Winter Garden. This as- LOCAL SCHOOL NEWS their sympathy by contributing to I the evidence was insufficient, andthat ,
' ; meeting place for thj convention. Congressman W. Joe Sears, of the sociation comprises the Baptist I t I II I the funds now being raised for the the law closing Lake .
Fourth Florida District rouched Jacksonville churches of Osceola and relief of the Armenians in the TohopeJ.
. Homestead was an unsuccessful competitor Orange counties I' belligerent I Ikaliga against fishing i is -
: for thie distinction. last night from his home at Utolakean Has 558 Subscriber countries." !'tional. r ,
Unanimously endorsed a proposal Kissimmee for the purpose of taking In the Kissimmee part" were Rev. The the And Whereas I feel confident that Judge Murphy showed determination '. :
subscription contest to
, to substitute Eastern time in place of in the Fall Festival celebration now O. R. Falls, Rev. J. J. Farmer, J. M. Utolakean the school edited the\ people of the United States will to stop fish seining in Kisslmmee's ,
in progress here. Willson. Jr. E. A. Milton and wife paper be moved to aid these strickenby
; Central time in Florida. solely by high school talent closed peoples fish preserve. In each trial
The genial Congressman expects to B. II. and G. L. Sullivan anJ famine and disease
Guy war, :
Justice Rightmire, formerly a conviction\ imposed'a fine of (100 .1,
- be in the city for several Miss Calie. Tuesday morning! with a grand total Now therefore I Woodrow Wilson ,
daughter ,
member of the Iowa Supreme Court, days. of 558 subscriptions.The and court costs or the alternative of '
accepted an invitation to address the Whether or not he will take an active Joining the delegation from St. members of the school President of the United States three months' .imprisonment.

; convention, ,and delivered an instructive part inu the Democratic ExecutiveCommit'e Cloud and vicinity were Rev. J. Mel- were divided into two factions high tho in compliance with the said suggestion : He and Prosecuting Attorney Crawford '
campaign remains to be maker Miss Una Garner Mrs Ar- of the Senate and 'the laid ,
I, ,1 discourse. Reds and the Blues, with forty-five request took ,the position that the peo "
seen. thur Haye G. S. Brinkerhoff and of Congress thereof do ,
; appoint pIe of this community overwhelmin&Iy "
t Friction Caused by He had no active 'opposition in the wife, Mrs. David Davis and Mrs. EarJ] members in each faction, and excitement I and proclaim Saturday' October wanted] Lake Tohopekaliga closedto t 'I

: Drainage Committee's Report., general election. D. T. Gerow, former Schofield.Dr. ran high during the contest. 21} and Sunday, October 22, 1916, as commercial fishing, and that such ,
: fce report of the standing committee postmaster of Jacksonville and A. J. Holt, recently pastor of Friendly rivalry was sharp that and it is ,joint days upon 'which the people of fishing must stop until the law ,
exaggeration to .
: on drainage was the only sub present auditor of the board of bond the First Baptist church in this city no say every 'the United Statea may make such pealed-which is a remote ,,
individual did his utmost very
c'i' ject concerning which there was fric trustees of the city, was nominated by now editor of the State Baptist Witness to capturethe contributions. as they feel disposed sibility. pos '

:;: ': tion. This report was a long document the Republicans at Palatka to oppose at Arcadia, was a prominent efforts wily quarter this even to and extending I for the aid of the stricken Syrian and Public sentiment undoubtedly I. '
:. prepared by the committee's the Democratic nominee, but he is member of the party. beyond city making ,Armenian peoples withe the Judge and the Prosecutor.
to towns.
'. chairman, V. W. Helm. Robert Ran- making no contest so far.-Jacksonville surreptitious The victory trips awarded near-by to the In witness whereof I have hereunto There are better fishing grounds in "
som, of St. Augustine read it, in the Metropolis. was set my hand and caused the seal fishermen
. adjacent lakes and would
/ however who handed in 232
of Mr. Helm. Reds of the United States to be affixed. (
do well to conhlne themselves these .
, DRAWING FOR 207 securedby
subscriptions\ as against
The report was mostly devotel to the Blues. Those the Done at the city of' Washingtonthis other lakes.
;. criticisms of the Florida Internal Improvement ROAD TAX LEVIED securing thirty-first day of August, in the
greatest number of subscriptionswere I Call For Jurors Breaks Record.
. Board because of its con- year of the Lord one thousand nine 1
:. duct of Everglades drainage work. NEW BAPTIST CHURCHAn : hundred and sixteen, and of the Independence The record in drawing venires for .
, Several delegates vigorously protested BY COUNTY BOARD Reds-Lois Johnson, 53; Gussic of the United States the jurymen was broken in these sessions]
I against its adoption. Finally it- ; Winn, 26; Henry Edwards, 16. one hundred arid forty-first. of the Osceola County Court. Two
architect has been engaged to Blues-Lenore Van Duzer, 31 ; Laura regular venires of 12 each '
, was accepted without endorsement WOODROW WILSON.By jurymen ;
and referred to the Attorney General POLL LISTS REVISEDTax draw plans for a handsome new Thomas, 28; Ollie Cayeon, 14. the President: four special venires of 12 jurymen 1
" of Florida for reply. This action was church to be erected by the Baptist The paper will have' a wido cir..ulation Robert Lansing, Secretary of State. each, and one special venire of 6 were
I' unanimous. denomination in Kissimmee in the this season, as one copy will --- - ---- -- Hrawn-tnt-Alinir 78. Sevpntv-thr' ;
< near future. go to Tampico Mexico, one to Cuba, I jurors! qualified; the remaining five !
Discovery. of 800.000 Collector C. L. Bandy appeared and one to the soldier boys now stationed being excused.
/ Acreti ,of Peat In Palm Beach County. he(ore the County Commissioners --- -- --- at the border. Many states CAN HANDLE 3 CAR LOADSOF I Cases And Their Disposal. "'

, Robert Ranson of St. Augustine: who were in session last Wednesday, ROMAN CATHOLIC are represented on the list. Coloradois
." announced and describ .1 I a d.s.-overy to revise the registration hooks, and CHURCH SERVICES the farthest west and Michigan the CITRUS fRUIT DAILYTHAT I Gordon Gaskins (negro from Win- :;
by himself and Professor Boll' ni' y asked for instructions as to the collection furthest north. ter Park)-Larceny of a valise of 'r
of the road The subscription list is now about shoe-making materials belonging to
and other scientists of aproximutely tax this '''R"
: Mass and sermon at Holy:\ Redeemr's WILL BE CAPACITY OF J. H. Rouen of Sanford and
\' 800,000 acres of valuaole peat land in When the millape! "'- "i I :"t "i 200 larger than it was at this time I alleged
\ church Sunday, Oct. 22, at the last as result of the good wirk KM..\RGKD; AND J REMODELED to have been stolen on an A. C. L. )
t Palm Beach county. He brought out August meet i '" nial' i of c )1lectmg 1- ,ual hour \by Rev. W. B. Golden of year a
5 the point that the decaying vegetable either c I.' 7-niill li.i !-- '1".1 t. Philip's church, Hawthorne, Fla. done by both factions, and l some P.\'KISf.IHHft; : ; OF KISSIM: train ul Kissimmee. Gaskins claimed
r road tax or millago for the interest pleasant event will be planned to celebrate II he had a valise similar to the one
,- matter commonly known as peat or u I Sunday school immediately after divine I MEE CITIcrS: SHOWERS' ASSO
:z muck is a natural and satisfactory and sinking fund for the $250,000( )() their success was caught with ; that some one
I servire.MiSSlNAH' l'ITlO'IoHI): I'Io'O: \ .
had mixed the
I exchanged or two.
t medium for the propagation and bond is'ue, voted some time alo.'It' I
\ of friendly plant. bacteria. left opcMi. The tax collector stated Schoolu Fire Department. I Attorneys Johnston & Garrett for
: All and for
that I maihincry equipment the defendant: asked for a new trial. ,
" Mr. Ransom's address was of he could collect neither until the
onf The organization of u competentHie the Citrus Exchange packinghousehas I I
CHIIKCH.Th" Denied. Court allowed
sixty days :
4 the strongest he has yet del iverf'd. matter was .H-tlled by the hoafd ;
department in the O.:ccola '
: county been received and force of workmen
a for
and of bill of '
In preparation filing
The he announced and described of the uncertainty of theIltlgatlOn .
t" discovery Hiirh HchooJ wan effected this we'k: to is now engaged in getting{ thingsin exceptions. Sentenced to $25
has the most important bearing ,pending on the bond issue, Missionary, Society of tho pay
?J further the of the
} ; safeguard pun'ls to
it derided Christian held first shape open up for business about fine or serve thirty days at work for
-I'' ; on the future of Palm Beach'i was to levy the hard.sur- Church< its meet- schools. Regular fire drills will be Nov. r

[ ; county, as there are approximately face tax for the ensuing year. ing of the season at the li< of Mrs. nbseived, in which all pupils. : of the 1.Manager Piano staten that this county.S.. .
without license
"1 i ,I 800,000 acres of muck or peat lands The county ('commissioners revised S. B Aultman, on Broadway, where grades will bo required to participate. Barefoot-Hunting a -
l I ,f in the county, almost the .entire upper the list of registered voters for the plans for the ,coming winter were dis>- The the packing-house, when completed and ; nolle-prossed because of thedefendant's
boys compering company are: fully equipped, will rank with too bestin death. .
Everglades being if this character. It county, striking off names of voters cussed.
: who have I of Fire Chief-Edgar Bryan. this section of Florida, and that J. E. Foxworth-Obtaining food
, is a sell-knownfact that the upper removed from the countyor The first activity the 'ocioty will Chief Howard Wad-
Assistant Fire
J1 PJ ;;: Everglades land is high in nitrates, I died. The list is published elsewhere I be a chicken dinner for wl.ich the so- its capacity will be three carloads of and lodging at a boarding house with

t' '. carrying on the average three-tenths in this issue of the Valley" Ga ciety is justly renownec. A bazar into dick.South End Hosemcn Dick Bul- fruit per day. I I intent to defraud ; continued for term
... With the new addition, the housenow at of Prosecutor Crawford be-
-"- ITt: '* ., since these nitrates are zette. Any one whose name is erroneously be held some time in November.SON lock, Theodore Estey and Frank Bry- request
contains about
;: \,(, ir''olull? H water. they are not c.vail- erased can have it restoredby 12,000 square cause State's witnesses are out of
; able n. pi >.'t food until a considerable appearing; before the meeting of an.North End Hcser.icn Sheldon Johnson feet of floor space, and the sizcrs and State.
washers_ are the most modern to be Jack
Gaskins and Skinner
: Henry
the board
k\ time has cased! ; after aeration, which set for next Wednesday William Arnold and Charlie Re-
r" changes tho nitrates to ammoniatoc; Oct. 25, when the commissioners will CHURCH LAST SUNDAY.The had. {two cases)Transporting uninspect

.. in which condition the plants use meet to finally correct and approve gero.The first requirement of the ed and unrecorded hogs; both cases .
pupils Lee Grove Has ( {Continued on Page Five)
,the registration list and to 10.000( Boxes
them. prepare service rendered the
+: song by during the fire drill will be that they
_- Mr. showed thatthe disJsVovery the ballot for Nov. 7's election. Methodist church choir let: Sunday I keep their seats until the signals are Henry L. Overstrcet, who is official l.

. i, of the fact that this soil i it. iSI evening taking tho place of the regular completed. This is obviouely neccs- croo eatimator for the Florida SPASMODIC, ADVERTISING ..

;. the natural home of friendly plant service, was great!" enjoyed by sr.ry in rder to prevent confusion in Citrus Exchange in this vicinity, -
., bacteria wivild make it possible for' the congregation. clearing the buildng.; made an estimate of the crop" n the + No one ever made a success O t-

the farmer in the Everglades to pro- DIP 1,560 CATTLEHERE The program included cnorunos, a For the first floor, the gong will grove of J. M. LDB at Southport this 000 out of spasmodic advertising. +

\ duce maximum crops at tho minimum quartet by Mrs. P. K. Wcuner; Miss sound one long alarm followed bv i week. Ten thousand boxes are Mr. + Successful advertising is the *

I ', expense. relieving him of th.. necessity Ella Mae Gilbert, Messrs. P. K. Wea. one short if it is desired that the Overstreet's calculations. Mr. Lee 000 continual pounding away at prospective i!
(;t of buying expensive fertilizers. FOR TEXAS ver and Murray Overstrect and :an pupils pass out of the north entrance; had figured: on 11,000 ,boxes. 000 buyers until when they +

: A vote of thanks_was extended Mr. ....[miiaft.. fillet hv -Mr_ and' M..._ IVAn.ver. and one long rlarm and two shorts Mr. Ovcrstreet says i be fruit is as 000 think of your particular line of .
-I h, Ransom for his able exposition on .--1'h-e numbers were alternated by for the south entrance.On fine as any he has seen in the stateif ,0' goods they immediately think of :
1 ': :' this most important subject. He owns More than 1,500 cattle have been hymns in which the congrcgr.tion was the second floor, the signals will not the finest-and the whole ,G you. .

fM at worl-s on Pablo crock in Duval dipped in the vicinity of Kissimmeethis asked to take part, and explanatorytalks be two long and one short for the property is ditto. The public mint tickle It .

: :S county, and is an ox pert in peat mat week-660 head at the old Johnston by hte pastor. north entrance and two and two easily forgets.vertialngr E" < .. .di" ad. 4

I< ters. place near the cemetery, and The efficiency of the dilrt"'r.; P. K shorts for the south entrance. To Our News Con ut"rs: : : is i l11oney, +
; ( Need of Changing From 1,000 at the Rull Bass place, near Bog. Weaver, and tho faithful work of the The third floor will signal three l time and ef.wit 01) f

; Ventral Time To Eastern Time. gy creek. I members of tho choir have given it a long and one short fur the north entrance All cossmunlcatlons. ehur. :It fl.'I i i i. .*.1.I 00 If you haven't fv; .11"" In 01) .. : "
"L' Another of the leading! features of The 1,000 bunch of cattle are from I high standin in Klssimme s musical and three 1< rig r.nd two short etc:, for publication In the \ illeyi .00 real advert'nine'. to to ''L a 01) ...
.,-"i"- .; the convention was the address of the- prairies near Okeechobee City. largely and opreciativcly attended. For the south entr&i 'e. I Gazette most be I. Ita office no 'Utr ,|.Co component rt "i yuar business: t1'':"

Kirk Munroe of Cocoanut Grove in They were driven to Kissimmee by I All pupils w, t b' required to keep than Wednesday afternoon l> sr'r' 'C'-' the- doi.t au -t I It .. ..." '
_jftdvocaey of changing from Central the Pearce brothers their owner in line until they cross the street, ana to Insure publication la the t-urrtiU .Co Spasmodic a.1vArtl.-1r hat, *
: Eastern time (standard.) It was found to be cheaper to move PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH there they must awit further orders. lesnet Thin newspaper .. .' ilo.ito .,. killed many a'man's belief in ad-' 4; )II'. Mrnroe explained the handicap them via Kisshnmee than to send T'lose drill. \..ire obnerwd last publish personal social reiin..ii or .h' vertising. It's a poor propos1. '

t,;..* 'under whIch Florida works because. them ont over the east coast route. Rev. W. B. Withenpoon D. D.. the year anj: it \>#s IwunJ bat the buDdIng other' B_a. but it can not .put nearly tIon from beginning ,tu" snd.- ... ,
Ja" 'it. time is the same as at El Paso I I All of these cattle were purchased pastor win preach special- sermon could be clo. reti of papila In less aD of It into typo Within a few fcovni 4.,West ,PsUm .Beach Tropical S4 -. + :'""
,Texas' 1,.*00 miles farther west andegr.t..acbooL..ato by B. F. Lester of Montgomery A1&, Bandar morning at the church to than two minutes) from. the soundingof Lad meet Ita ...a11aean of liub@cs.llUe ; .
'., Vr\: ; in aerMtffcehK who is shipping,them to Texas. class NC 11 of the Sunday; schooL a danger signaL <:". . . . + "'; ;' ; .;.}. .; .
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of women congregate snould J .
I + young Y \\1',
bear the name' of the woman who .
J loved young people with a profound
St. Department and Christ-like affection, which attracted .

J and held them in a lasting ,
devotion. and friendship The Sfnsible Wayfor
One can well. imagine that Willard .
NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN place, a quiet, tree-canopied street at

the north of the university campus, '
'SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT leading to one of the most attractive coffee !
spots on the lake shore, may have a
: been one of Miss Willard's favorite <
Dr. Will Grinn of I Beaver Falls Pa., walks, where she could rest her tired rid
wan the guest on Monday of S. K. heart, burdened with the woes and drinker to himIHsT POSTUH .
+ Houston of Delaware avenue miseries of humanity in looking far "f
out the inland < and "' ."--", -- "
great sea >
Mrs George Main of Stevens Point. upon recalling -I ==-
self of .
the ..
Wis.. arrived at hr home In St. I the loving heart of the Power I headaches J .e
that rules the universe. i
Cloud Wednesday evening.It''V : OF OFFICERS '
JenkinHon of Lakeland, Fin, I France Willard Union nit t at the Other attractions< along/ the northshore I !flutter : '
particularly interesting to visitors biliousness heart ; .
otl Sunday, Ud, 15, in the a :
preached | Hint Memorial "building Oit. 13.: Mn:. from mlunu' towns are the old4Olle I '
Christian church and<1 will preach Aull man in the chair. After the lighthouse, whose revolving' i \

again next Sunday, I exercisethe following were beams of light every night flash out I I and other ills that often ;! I PosX1tR ; '1
The Army and Navy: : Union- held! its | elected for the ensuing year : then warning to I'u."hll'IO"t'ls.. and I P

regular meeting on Monday aftei noon P"id.'nl--lIJ': M 1. Av Clap the lifesaving station, with its brave I Icrew ; I CERE. J '
mill mustered in one news, rcount\ fire '1)1'evident hunt, ("1.l'i l-tlll 1 I of umveisity, students! whose I come from coffee: drinkthatum\ : := ,,' '
:Mrs Siinboin. of KixBimtiive. tunicIn .dun) 'ill :MiAultnian.. (I skill nnd! heroism huv'<> been the I Invaii1 I'' UmlteL'' :
' ,
I" spend, a fewdnr Goal Co. :
I evening
iK-sdaj Vice tin": idi nt from. -tSidi-t: I of -nving many I lives i _. Mh*. **. ..*
with fiends! hci,.'. Inn III :llr.. Hilli"' \ lii on "4)11VIPs I One of E\'''"-ln'I'- foremost on' I is to coffee :::: Ie
S.; W. 1'.>11"1' took. the fallowing pie-iddit from l're-by'terutn1'Innrh rids, in recently "1'1" "I..wi inir, the plnci- ing quit ... ;

fumy t 'Thuisila.v! lu-t. It-IUIIIII 1 i'ii. I FIIIIIY : I ) .be maiked tjtblt'tivid I ; '
; bv
( ( Hiding' : .ecretaiy! :Mi-. :1. :Mr< : and the delicious
Nuhoi-: ; I i I.:. Hen use
M E. I Lou 1 1-: Iii: lo\v. the home. of 1 francVlllurd, , vhonet ) ,
(1'1''?1'' ")"dillg' -. ,'Idnl'11'1' <1 pa's.Ii' I ( \
SlesMKatciH! , and I riiomuMr -. |MI, til Mi: -. .1.I. :M. ('uhrille.! to (}mc/ i \iitoiia.. was the l... -I food drinkINSTANT -
: .' and :MiIM" 1: ,George'tI; : and! IKIIMIIII :Mlr.sicllc: Babe oil. I Known unman of the nineteenth; COM pure M 1
MrS. \V. I'oilii' Undid 1',1- 1111I"" home nf I ti".f ,,,. .
:Mi-, .\ IIJlmall.I lio I,, h(- been 1'-1| !ltl'I'l l- v man \: -ci
]Musical 1 I (Comedy lit Ki-siinm on "t:1 t; ,. thi' in 1 1'ie-idi'nt, i
m,,in>' v'o.i) i wi-lu'd III( I'P, 1 M1li"sUd i : \ lie.isuiv'
Tuesday evening, I I :MKinlecabnut. .' the. place whole i
finiii' duty .\ "'nt of thank1wi
Mr. and :MiDalbv' ictiiiiicd,, on ,| terdiMnl" IIIM far, h" thugrr\ice. I the I lady, I lijiii' \va-; to--ed u-hore t L', ': POSTUMThere's ; i
I \\edncsdiiv, aftei, .peintlinu. the -uni ''nnd for the lidelitv, and etfuitMtjIwhuh t theli in: I the househeie for many i i
me-rill Greenbulg.; I'14W have chnractertred: ( It. vi-ai- !liv'.'d Kdvvanl:, KK !''".ton, i .
A. Piavvdv' \\11- II Ki"'inrlneI.uaineel. i MlW: \\ithei-poon ( vvnK t til of the famous" 'lloo-ui. S< nl1lh''I'i '41 ';' :
caller) "liu-d.i\ I ,'
on cI'I"Ir"I. to t IKtate. ('0I1\11110n, ut'I and 'Hnx, ; the ininMon in a Reason I
Mrs Earl holUdd' \ mid :MisI'na I i.iv' loiia, :No7; : Id . yiit/ .(i lived (iiieiirl; :Nelson> A.I'J'1 \ ,
a Garner went em 1'\ to attend mid,I later (Governor; , veiulge of Ilh
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A calendar of work for I the elanI i iin
the Rapt tst convention hold' at Wmtei" >T yeas was nlso di-cu--iMl and the noinow, ; occupied' bv. I'r A.V.. HLI' At Grocers .

) Garden soi"'t\' will icvTsu 'new plan-' to ii-) president of Xorthvve-tfi Uniersityj (
The Kpworth 'I.engue of the \1.: K. i ichurch >
..t./'t'nlrlh..I1'\ working \ i iFr'om
% / cooperulton.nfiIOng I I
will hold -its business meetingJon
i itniembel'-. 'Ihe delightful haunts of 1
p, Oct. 'IT, in the evening, at the ; The next meeting will bo held Friday i I holiKtif E\ ,"."Ion. it i i4 but a shoit',',I -I,, .
home! of Miss' Bonnie Kicketts, und as ride to that other beautiful spot dearto .
Oct. 2,. i iMl
hi d ? it is near Hallowe'en I the social hour I the hearts of all white I'lbboner- ] - -

will he given over to Hallowe'en ;I I Hose. Hill, where test- the n I I .
: .\MI >V. C. T. T. upon gn I '
stunts.. Kverjbody come. !, | sod monument fit emblem! Maudie: < dear; there is no such plaice in uii shepherd keep- a lookout for enemiesof '
Mrs.. Mrntt of Neubuigh. N. Y, A week ago :Miami's W C. T U.1, of I the a granite strong, Hue life of Frames I liook as '*Re\ries of a Married :Man ;" i 'In the life of :Moses God appearedto the sheep I and keeps himself prepared -
who was here as a truest of the lion I' voted to jOin) the Florida Fedeiation Willard. Union Signal. (I''I hey never have time for rt'\"erie" him, in a burning hush He was to defend, them arid looks out
y Air house, left! on Sunday for her northern ''lof Women's Clubs Its newly ..IN.t..dl| ) - -- --------------- I out it) the wilderness with his flocks fresh pastures for them lie leads
r2.4 home. otfuerare : Pre-uKnt.: Andiu- ; -- when God; so appeared )If the hushI them into green fields' aniTby./ rippling

W. S. Alvea left Tuesday evening vice pre-nlent. Mrs.. l'aulkin.'r.... | At Presbyterian I I had "been consumed :Moses would only st reams. .
u' for a few Jay, trip to Inverness, tarj, Mrs Golden; ; tieasiuer, Mrlondluirn "Rally Day"andSermon have wondered how it, came to IK- on "\\' are the sheep of God's puc"
t4( Tampa and St. Petersburg (; The union'- colledion-; I - ] tire ; but when the flames raged! lure Heupjdit' ,- us, ,defendus,\ and

.'I Mr and Mrs Naylor. who have j public( meetings for I the past year Sunday, Oct( .">. was "rally day" atKisinimce's dow ;sitting and l mine uprising; Thou through the branches of the I>II"h. and! keepu -. And this is the "reason why
k I been spending the summer with amounted to $'<(OtJ.< All 1 hills are paid Presbyterian ,church and undeistandeth my thought alar otT ; I I yet the bush did nut burn he was should inter into. Ills courtwitn

friends in' the North, returned to hteir i and a balance remains in the tr"1 brief but special was rendered Thou lompasseth my path and my lying u mazed."When. I prai-e
home here on Mondaj. j jMrs. j urvi a during the Sunday program school /hour. down, and art acquainted with all :Moses would approach to "In the light of all this. is it not a
B.o'. Kails it on the sick list I my wavs For there is not a wordin 'te why the bush did not burn the !II'pity that we' ,hollid.r fet I -orry .j l
i at this writing. 'I TKMI'EKXNCE: IV \'-NO\'. 12. At II o'dock, after the usual pie my tongue, but I lo, O I Lord, thou Lord ,spake unto him. :Ltd bade him I I| thut(0 jowl HANK to go to (hurch
t The Wisconsin Association will piciin I, :Nov': 12 has been designated as liminane-, before the !<(sermon the con- I knowist. it altogether Thou hast beset take his shoe yT( his feet bec.tse he i] Instead, we -hnulil, consider, it the i'
no at Wildwood Ilro\ Thursday, "temperance dav." All churches have giegutionang: me behind and before und l laid was standing on holy ground. The most eMiltdl piivilejre' : of our lives.: !.i
Ed. IlePew, who has, l..'en spending' l been requested to co-operate in Its ol>- "Faith of Our Fathers. hi,1'!, hand upon me Such !.know le e his. \\aontion at Johnson City Tenn, isexpected "..ryu"..... Faith of our fathers' living still, too wonderful for me; it is high; I the attention of Moses I und! of mipiessuig j
tJ home this weekMr. I In spite of dungeon, (lime and swoul cannot attain it. WhIther shall I go the fads of his own hulll1<'-- i A UNIQUE RECORD {

f ] and Mrs James Walden who EY.1Ns'ros-IIOMK: (II-' FH ,VNCES Oh. how our heartbeat hi ;h with joys from Thy spirit, or whither shall I 'nd unhohnc's of Moses: ,I
,r have l been spending the summer in \\lune'ei we hoar that gloruni- flee from"thy presence? "In I -- I
} the life of theame mall onj 1 .
returned E. \MI.I.VKI/ word \ er> I .. I Like It In Our Broad C
Maine and New ,
it HanVpshire : into heaven thou art the from '
If I ascend up journey Egypt to ( ana:'n,
4 to their home here on Friday Inst. "it 1 'nH>to',1 hamlets m the Knglihpeaking : 1 Faith of our f"thl.'r"l holy faithe there : if I maKe. my bed 1 in hill: lie- 1 the Lord called him up on :Mount Si- i! Republic. Ii
Mr.I and ]Mrs Skang. Roy Taylor -, v\otUI. vvhiih woulillatii'lv \\' will be tin, to thee till death bold, thou art there If 1 take thewings i 1.111, when the mount was (ove'ied with --- ... '
4 and sinter i arrived last Friday front know whether Kvan-ton \\ ain Europe Our fathers' chanted in prisons dark! of the morning, and dwell in i luucls and tire and talked with" hm: )in Home It'-I Itll"")' for Ioan'n. Kidney
l'18I'1.1eld.linn.\ ., to spend the winter A-la or Africa, have of NNeietill in IWrI.tI nd conscience. the uttermost parts of the sea; even the clouds. separated from the mass Pills, published, in every locality i 18oj" .'.
\VIII Austrcl of \\ 1II1.'r haven is Frances E. \\illard' nod her work! ," flee; them shall thy hand lead 111-.-. If I of the "people, | adopting this methodto itself 10.iv I mi'ing evidence of merit. i
here this week looking after his. hold said Pr.1110" \\ l"atti-n, n former An.hlet\ would lie their ihildren's Surely, the dnrknesshall cover impiess His hohncs-. l ont rna.d testimony forms still i
of the FIt 1 :Methoili-t, duiiih say "ienee.'ears citizen
a pastor fateIf be light stronger eli ago a -
ings.Mr. and Mrs Lamiit, who have of Kvuii-ton at the ileduatory,/ evernes thev. like them should! die foithee about nit''n: the Tea nightball the darkness hideth, Along of thiildrincss journey thePeople of Kis-immee' gratefully acknowledged y
t been spending the Hummer in Ohio, of the new hurch there n-centlv me. God worshipped' in a label\ the benefit derived from .f
... are sprain at their home on.w.' York Because of this fact that theiume ,; 'Faith of. our fathers! (;001'$ great not the(,Ian) the;the but darkness the nighthineth and the i,ucle. At other tunes, men erectedcrude l oun's Kidney Pills. The statementis
as day : alta-'R the and
by \\avside worhipped '
of the longjime and beloved .ntlrl11'dthe.
e avenue. ; now proof more
power ; thee
Clarence Bailey. N. Bartlett rnd J. leader of our oigumration has been Shall win all nations" unto thee; light And 1 are also both from alike l'-to alm 100 : -Psalms .od; there; but when these 'I i com lining ( 'ases of this kind are I .
M. Huffman attended the show ct and is a household word. throughoutall And through the truth thata comes were written they were living plentiful in-thi- work of 1 loan's Kid- ,
Chri t"dom-hl'r "Make: a jovful noise unto the Lord .n Jerusalem and worshipping in the :!j I ,
Kissimmee on Tuesday evening./ home town of from GodMankind 'I ney 1'111--111. r" 'cord is unique.
Marshal Montsdoca, while drivingin i vanston.. III., has become not only shall then be< free: ..IPJ.e! lands. Serve the Lord withi 'emple, one of the must magnificent I'i iI I :MiJ' I.. Ueanian, Lake street, ri .
some horses on Tuesday, had his a place of great interest but, in a Faith of our fathers! we will love i : come before His presence I uildings, then in the world with all |I Kissimmee, says : " and blad-
foot painfully! but' not toriously hurt. :: sense, a sacred shrine to which thou- Both friend: and foe in all our strife i with singing. Know je that the j roper equipments. der annoyances gave me much trou- !i.1We 4
sends. each love knows I Lord He is God: it is He that hath "And why might not the man of I used oan's Pills ";
Rev, and Mrs. Denioon returned to '. journey year. And preach thee< too, as Kidney as ,
Aside from Rest .with all made us, and not we ourselves. We :I God admonish! his contemporatfes to directed and they relief." '
their home at Starke, Fla., on Mon Cottage, how. brought i'
day. Revs Denison tilled the Pre by ,II its tender associations, Evanston; has By kindly words and virtuous life are Ills people and the sheep of His!'Enter" Into his gates with thanKKgiv- OVER THKKg: YEARS LATER
terian pulpit on Sunday last. many historic spots which are related Faith of our fathers, holy faith! pasture. Enter into His gates withthanksgiving'and I;: .till, and into His court with praise T' Mrs I3eaman said : "10m glad to I.' I
I business in fashion the life thee till death." irto Ills courts with" With enlarged< knowledge of God, he again recommend Doan'g
A. E. Drought was a !' callerat some to of ]Miss We will be true to / Kidney : I
Kissimmee on Monday Willard.Niuthwitein. Commenting/ thus : "We have made praise. Be thankful unto Him, and realizes that this! God is before, behind PHs| because of the benefit they gall' .: '
hi.. His For the Lord-is !good; I and all about us.Ve can notcape "
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Oarmick of t'nllet-ity i- inti many lianges, along the WilY in formf -- name me. 1 "; ,
J New' York came In on Saturday lust !>'IIlI'I11,1.,1 with rtcninneof 001 -h'p.' and in the formulas, II-} nienv is P\IM'la-ting ; and "His from Him 'nor" can any oneir I Price, lOo; at all dealers Don't I'-! .
and are quests. at the Bon Air house :Miss \\'llIud. for in it-
J. N. Rarella of LO<'coa. Ga.. arrived -.he taught and bv hei I i-iu'tii i d I in ill %,..,111 hi. eternal" face4,011! ( high 1'I, I r.i-v: W It \\Ih..r, ., pervading presence of infinite 1 loan's- "KiiliKV. Tills, the same that '
11 here on Tuesday and is a guest at tltlene711111. late. pei-onalitv niiitildedvoung \ii all the maker! of all the I"'pl'r -I"'PI.| p''ii>i'. m part a- .I!.I1 '!. \\ \\ 'I.i :Mr. lieain.ui; ha- 'truce publicly re-
.. the Ban Air house. live, uiiilhoutil tin ihi' ''' ugh f ails ; I 'I I ir/ i 11\ ,1'.1t"1' i t" u- litir > l'a'- "Yuu have1c 'in an arch in some c ''oinini-nili. 1 i>-ti i-Milburn: Co., 'of
C. Schnuck of Parsons Kansas arrived \In'I. i own alnind.nil !II !L wo.I h" ?1gIeallh <" nptuiewere' 1'1'11.1.I f" .,,'v- 'Ito( the house of the Lord with 1 f'ou. i "i,tii 1"- i ftiitt I '. i-h tie had I', H"td"? :, \ -v..
i r he 1the I wold1 1 Lord 1 iin lli.. .
here on Tuesday und i I' :> guetat i m' amh ,11' 1 q I VI -I 1 1:.: thanksgiving and prai-e Alongwith .
the Ron Air house. He is nun'h i I- '1d'd 11' II ''I f t 111.U \\11:MI. 01) .'O( I Inl" thou ha t pleased with our Wondc" City Hull! where .'a.'h"I1I.t'r hundreds. i I'I. i 'I i lIi I Th" S, in\' calculated 1 to inspire gratitude und .'"I. I t u- !link pt somo of the details 'sum! .1- FI'I: i |I' pv| '1'10. Slice them,
R 1 1"1-1 n'v nation, ,1'1', tin,,111 in "I I, Ilion in bread crumbs :
1 Know' \e that the Lwd I He 1J. icxi i-
Ml I f
'.11 I fly 1q, ,11.
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1 : \\'hosthoeI' ,i- I r: "* .It 1 i- the. H "'1'" Keep 1 piimui' '-tone near the kitchen -
.- f (.( -ink !It t t i- I\cdknt for cleanings :
some hOIl-('" a> i 10' s vvhieircshhold <.nn.hodpott! otf cooking utensils '

you would not pie-ume ton To tiring: out the flavor of vegeta- r
< i lo ling the door Kellncn F
Kks odd a tea-ponnful of sugar to the
\\ 1 walked along titctivt( inr
water in vi huh they are boiled.
,\ \'DTK I 1''ld. the block! .containing i

Jl\ i : ne residen; of laincgie, costing u

l : $795 $795 ,dllai, ) dollaiand occupying the Th Quinine That Doss Not Affect The HeadIlr
hole block, I uuuld not have pieimed <-.n,r of In trvnic end .Unlive rflrct LAXATIVE -
I| to enter the gate and ling the : !HKOMO yi'1N1NF= = ll letter Ih.n ordm r> ;
tioor bell YH how one would thiill! Quinine and riu,," not cause ncrvouinr nor
Model K-4 f.o.b.Toldo Model 65-4 f. o.b. Toledo vith the pleasure of entering, such uI mama,, ( In heat Krtnrtnlxr the full name and 1_ t.r the ,
t i amnalure ol K. W. *>|tOVK 2Vin'Vbur >
I : ,lun-ion with assurance of a cordial!
I eleonie.
4 |I Here is an invitation to enter the ,
Il I r>u.e of (iOl! ) with the a-sur.iiue' of ,:.J L

I I. t'al'ty tVeleome.Vhat an eilted;
I, nviUge it i-. Should tie not lush, i i
ith hcaitatid lip-. I 'ul bling: u'r $"

ith exubeiaiit rladnewhen( we i is.ember ..-.... ..,
who (God; i-. {

"It 1 I- lie that" 1 La- made' u-. andt ':.. ",. ,..' 1
?> we oursehee -." '',''l,..:(.;\\' -I, < -- ". .. J
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"\\' ..flI -peak, of. d:-tngu lli'il" I. n' ,y >-" .: ;
,ior.- a- -...If.l1adl1'n\ in. -elf j. >
= lade women. \\'c, mean, of 'nii-t., "" ,' ,,'f! ,, ,'" ,
j ,, ,< ,t' ,
'hat thehave' wrought out then on\ '(, '
.. u.unnfentlz.rgly l bv tiuu 1 ; own ition .\ oJ ;'

I :. -. But after: all, we are ,uithtt-!
.J to 4.0(1; for all that i- woitli vvluU, rin&

\re joi) a 1 lectei< man than join r Of School
I eighbor. 110 1 you knov why" < >ne Supplies 1 r
can answer reudilj, '1t i- because I

You Ought to Own This Car : me had, a while better my mother neighbor, and was she glowing trained \\7Ti; have all the :"

up 'in neglect) things> you f

Who gave you that good mother for school-text books
Its 'possession will enrich your life and the Fine-it's a beautifully finished, luxurious (ear I Ah: she wau gift of CJod Or you 1

-- lives of every member of your family. say you are a better man than your I drawing materials J, i '

Comfortable has cantilever springs and neighbor because you improved: tablets and other supsplies
21. The freedom and wider of activitymade opportunities that came to you both
range 4-inch tires. alike but he failed to improve his. including the J

.. possible by such a car are worth Was it not God; that inclined your CONKLIN Self Filler :;

t; many times its price. Model 85-6 six cylinder heart to make wise use of these opportunities -
35-40 horsepower Surely so so well adapted to ;; r

'%+ The price is by far the lowest at which so big motor 116-inch wheelbase-$925. 3."We" refer'We are with his pardonable people. I students use :"
pride to ,
and fine and comfortable: a car ever sold. the fact that we are descended from '.?-
4, M i Come in today-we can't get them as fast asS tIM 'Pilgrim fathers' 'the Puritans. of Students everywhere ,

( Big-the wheelbase is 112 inches. we sell them-so order yours right away. New England', or the 'first familiesof say: this efficient fountain .. ii I

Virginia. of come other gTtat pen means better work

6-12 POSSIEL AVE. J. J: GRIFFIN KISSIMMEE, stock And it is an honor to be a and better grades. .\',
t worthy son of a good and great man.
Telephone 164 DrAin rR1fc FLA. Whose people does this Psalmitt "
say we are GOD'S people. Oh L'_
', L WUlr-O*.rUkMl C-,... ,y. what an exaltation! There can be, \ W5e1fmtlng

,gip .........U...A.,", ..... no higher honor than to be the peo- y.
e >. ....... ple of God. and as such we should 4
\ enter His gates with thanksgiving. Fountain Pen 54
4. 'The .p of his pasture'.
1 "The relatioi, between shepherd and NON4JFAKABIXWCNNERSAWYCR I v
t g sheep i u a tender
a very one. The chap CO..
ae so simple and dependent. The _MMIMMtt. rLA.

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The Vero pos ffice has been ad- Interviews
STATE NEWSRalford'a vanced from fourth to third class. Newspaper MUSTANG
Former Governor W. S. Jenningsis ,
'. preparing for erection of a residence Noted Kissimmee' Woman

in Miami where he owns several ,
J '
town council Is' having city lots -- -- For Sprains Lameness, ,

hade trees planted on its main, The Florida Mutual Fire Insurance Mrs. Minnie Mooro "Willoon, widely' citing glimpse Into our Everglade In, Sores Cuts Rheumatism' ti
'j streets, ,
., w with headquarters in Tam known throughout Florida well shaving dian lift when it says: "A little Bel.
Company, reputation/ for her glum in the land the Free '' 'Penetrates and Heal
Aeroplane flights probably will bean has been organized and is doing a national of speaking ').h
attraction at Tampa this winter. pa good business. It is the second mutual "labor of love" in behalf of the Seminole of the settlement of Scminolo Indians Stopa'Pain All! Once ;to
Indiana of Florida, was a visitorin in the ,jungles of that state.
'r New railroad passenger station will fire insurance company routeto Mrs. Willson the For Man and Beast
be ben formed in Florida under the new Charleston last Monday, en was a delegate to
erected in Fort
Myers. Spanish
design of architecture will be used. insurance laws. The other is at Miami her home in Florida after a long biennial of the General Federation ofWomen'si'Clubs ,$L. .At AU DoaJera.
is that these com- visit among the "cliff dwellers". of in New York, and
.Jo. Sebring< postoffice web advanced panies Expectation will cause a reduction of fire New York. while there told some stories of injustice -
:T from fourth class to third class on rates in this state. Always interested in Charleston visited upon tho Indians that LINIMENTC.W.
Oct. 1.Failing. she admitted that the current news in Jibe rather badly with that well
capital Site for a railroad station and literary circles regarding a forthcoming known instrument the constitution of
to interest outside yards has been selected at Moore Haven American book, is correct and the United States. '
for building first-class hotel at San- which is on the west shore of that she is negotiating with a prominent "The Seminoles fear and arc suspicious W. J. McCrackenwill
ford the Board of Trade U . 'OO..O..OOO.
selling Lake Okeechobee. The A: C. L. is novelist, to collaborate on a dra- of the white men," said Mrs.
stock to Sanford citizens for funds: historical r novel with Wilson "and shouldn't be?
extending its line from Sebring to matic scenes why they
: >tfr the hotel's erection.. that point. laid in "Florida which will give an The treaty they had for the land they be in Orlando Nov.

A city ordinance has been compiledin American story to the public, basingthe occupied a building contract has c.w.GRIFFINStaple 1st with carload of
The for Fort PierceIs a
St. Augustine for inspection of story on Indian life and makingthe been disregarded, like so much wastepaper
public buildings; hotels, rooming 25 mills-an increase of 2 mills. thrilling dramatic career of Osce- Speculators have driven them I
.. houses and residences) by Inspectorsof The assessed valuation is $1,106,664.( ola, the ,Seminole war chieftain and from place to place. The little homes and FancyGROCERIES ';\
the fire department.Rev. The levy is estimated to raise $25,000 patriot the central figure. they love so well are pitilessly razed HORSES AND MULES

next year. Charlestonans will feel a special by any corporation that chances to
C. I). Creasman, pastor of the J. W. Whitfield, a Daytona negro, interest from the fact that the remains \ant the soil on which they stand. It
Lake City Baptist church, has'resigned was removed to the insanity asylum of Florida's most widely known is 'Ramona' over again, and yet the They will be on exhibition
to accept a call to the Third Bap- at Chattahoochee last week. He became historical character, Osceola lie at government, which professes to be Sta-
tist church at Nashville, Tenn. violently insane about religion the entrance to old Fort Moultrie. shocked at what has been done to at Magruder's

The largest; cargo; of mahogany keeping up his prayers, pleadings and While in th ecity Mrs. Willson was Belgium, permits it. Free Delivery to all Parts bles, Orlando, Fla., Nov.1
logs ever consigned to an American exhortations continually and without the guest of Mrs. T. Moultrie Morde- "For 400 years the little band of of the City
port 'soon will be unloaded in Pensa- taking time even for nourishment or cai. Her views of Ino Seminole In- red men has striven for a foothold :'
cola by the schooner Omnion of the C. sleep. dians are most interesting especiallyin and in all that time not one drop oI
C. Mengel fleet. connection with the famous Indian white blood has mixed with theirs. .00000000000.00000.0000000. J
Fred Anderson a negro at New novel, "Ramona," which Charleston- They say: 'Me no think mevnrt to
Election in Lakeland on Oct. 24 to Smyrna hit another "cullud pu.sen"in ians had the pleasure of seeing on the be civilized because then me lie, steal '
decide if that city shall purchase for that town on the head with a pool screen only a week or two ago. and hurt like white man.,." SAWMILL
$24,000 the auditorium and equipment half. The concussion broke the ball According to Mrs. Willson, magazine ; The Kissimmee Woman's Club and THE fLORIOAMETALPROWCRCbl t .

of the Chautauiua Auditorium.The and seriously hurt the target; though writers as well a. the daily press I Mts. Willson are doing what they canto MANUFACTURE MACHINERY + (
it did not break his skull. Anderson writers are humanely takiifg up the help the Indians, who find them ,
Zellwood Produce company was I escaped to Palm Beach but was captured subject of Florida's neglected SemiI selves rather helpless against the METAL AND t
organized "recently, capitalized at and taken back to Volusiaon I nole Indians. forces of greed.-Charleston Amen ALL SUPPLIES tt\
$500,000. The company will develop a charge of assault .
The New York Sun gives an I inter- can CEILINGS <,-
Zellwood in and will \
Orange county,
sell farm products,' manufacture bar- One inhabitant out of every 20 in 1 _ _ : .__ _ _:I. _...._ _ _ _ _ _ CULVERTS SHINGLES WrK.FofPrK4.jAnJC&tfclogu f

rels, boxes, etc.Automobile St. Lucie county has an automobile.Last ,
year 395 automobiles and 42 mo- made on a 50 per cent valuation, at public auction to satisfy $18,995.34of AND OTHER .
line has been established torcycles were licensed in the county. levies a total of $104,77031! taxes;. on unpaid taxes The courthouse doorin t
between Wauchula, Zolfo, and Every thirteenth inhabitant in Fort an assessed valuation of $3,298.208.Of Jacksonville was the scene of sale. SHEET METAL t

Bowling Green. Pierce, the county seat, had an automobile the taxes levied, $21,450.42 are for George L. Drew of Jacksonville got; BUILDING
I the state. The assessed valuation is the property on n bid of $35,000
Duval county's board of public instruction increased $61,7:52: over that 'Of 1915 State Comptroller Knott representedthe MATERIAL
has unanimously decided to William S. Kenney, formerly manager ; but the taxes are decreased $1.44:3.40. State Attorney General West WRITE TODAY Mifl "" AND SPECIAL T. M. RIVERS M.D. '
add Sp anisllto the studies in the high of the Hotel Clarendon, at Sea- will of and FOR CATALOGUES QUOTATION$
i Public schools take $40,5.V2.20 Secretary of State Crawford also
.. .
school of that county. breeze, Volusia county, is assistant 'the county's share of the new tax attended the sale. Circuit Judge Sim- PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
: manager of Federal Senator Tag- I levy. mons issued an order approving and Office over Osceola PharmacyPhone
The Brandon Mill and Elevator art's hotel at French Lick Springs, confirming the sale.
company is erecting a large grain; Ind. In the last two years he has The Jacksonville recruiting officer I Office Residence 141 81 :
elevator at Marianna. All shuckedcorn been also purchasing agent for the for the United States navy has decided Recently! the Florida National Bank '
that can be obtained is. being I Russian government to keep his office open one hour of, Jacksonville filed a petition in the! THROW AWAY ;
bought; more than ,1,500 bushels already Sunday morning; for the enlistment of its lien upon fifty flat cars belongingto "
being engaged. Grover C. Long, a young; Ixesburg. naval recruits; also one hour at night; the railway, and permission war' MONEYBy Best Restaurant in KissimmeeBROADWAY
man employed in Lakeland hrs invented on Mondays and Fridajs This seems given the bank to enjoin Frank Drewas
Rev Hubert A. (.eoige has become an oil-fuel burner which experts to indicate a scarcity of a defendant in the proceedings.The You CAfE "
pastor of the New Smyrna Congregational pronounce the best of its kindon enhMtments'l selling to peddler
chunh. He tomes from Calvary the market The oil is vaporizedby I The (Chauffeur Union Florida Railway comprises n much better price by Regular Meals, 35c. Short Orders. j,
church, Cleveland Ohio, where parsing through a coil in a .steamheateuchest Palm Beach is a new Florida trade- stretch of about fifty miles ]long from can get New ManagementJ. '

he was pastor for seven }earis This. producing a perfect incandescent union organi/ation It was formed Live Oak to P'rry and Mayo, and is. shipping direct to us. : II. SMITH Prop. '.ar
summer he traveled over the United heat. last week with a membership of seventy in operatIOn. It is a rich and rapidly .
States as a chautauqua lecturer. Mrs. with prospect of more members. developing section Within the next We Buy Metals, Rubber, .
Trammell! has offered --
George; is a graduate physician and is Governor Some ff the union's objects are more few months, it m stated, the company r I"
a reward of $150 for the arrest and careful the will, I bt' Rags Sacks Bones Etc., .'
otherwise a gift*,*! womun New driving;, preserving rightsof / reorani..dlnd/ its road put ,
Smyrna extended a public reception conviction of whoever murdered Oscar the road, eliminating the "road in condition to better serve its tributary \
to the newcomers. that was. p rtuipat- Keene, near Ichtucknee Columbia hog," and to have licenses issued to i territory.. Etc., and Pay Highest LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW

.. ed in bv nil denominations in the county on (A UK. 19 l last Keene was only persons who can pass an examination 1 Prices and Give : t
shot from ambush while hunting hogs
town. Rev B. F. Green pastor of the ; | as to profuvjncy in handling :Married. I Waring Building.; .
and of the of the
trace identity
Baptist church, and Rev O. T. Usle- no i motor vehicles I Plant City-Miss Mabel! Fricrson RETURNS
has been dis PROMPT e
guilty; person or persons I 01
man, the Methodist .pastor, made addresses covered. and Clifton McDonald. Bride is n
of welcome on behalf of the I Florida Railway Sold For Taxes.: daughter of .1'. L. Frierson of South
other New Smyrna churches. S wanec county's tax roll for 1916, The Florida Railway has been sold Plant City. PRICE LIST MAILED ON APPL.IOATIONrTHE I 4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4> 4> +4> ,



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of Special Tax School Districts, for Six Months, Ending June 30, 1916. .

Realty bought and sold
'- House rented.
I 2.. CEO. F. PARKER .
el ..;:: .. :: := ATTORNEY.ATLAWCollection Taxes paid and Title verified ; :
.. '.".. ..".'.. :. ::- !!! H s I '" ma9 ..... for non-resident | ; '

s :... ...l :A..l!:; S...0.._ ... ... Z 1: ;' ;-; w I 't wH -: :..!:;"' *! and Conveyance Fire Life and Acddmt I.. I; ;
en.. .. ? ..
; j. .. 1:0 i. :: 0!: C .. Specialties urance. >
G1.!!! .Dd,. a .!! ' .v -s-1'!:J f ... !J: III! 111 1-1 1lro.dwaq Bond
aa Indemnity *
,'," ::> ; rI.: 'e .. '. ... "o 0 ;J H : ;:: r ."

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4. : '64.58Yzs _60.14 632.19 1080.00 98.94 C 6 .ZO 8(1f 50.0T-- =====. == ====207.47= ====11T.i0--
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'it'll' YiTii"Y "Tfdioo""iVcioo' 92.18 19.1! .68' "Voi''Yi"66 .9 "YsTos"YesYio" Y4YI6""lYsi" '
a si" 1001' 218.69 14 181.57 -- iUt .
U13,74 7 60 .
___.____ __._ _. 62.60- 23.11- 69- General ectotteMloa > ,:,
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-----5692- 71.81 ;9.34" "Yo"66"Y "Yzo 3.60 i u-h--t'H- 819 120.47 nYiiui
:___ I* Obstetrics: mat Dtoeeeee .f to
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II YzS'Totali -u---I.65 i4fzo.00 :85' 1:21"Yii" u---1.00- ----1S4- .90- -----ui'i/- ATTORNEYS AT LAW W.4naa. ,

8 -- -104--20--nU--fi n--i .27; """67"60"ffifto". --------.s-2 01)l --------,-_nUu__ -- -267--12027_ .nnu_,. u-- fiii7-----Yii"- Legal business of all kind give orrice ovw MSSMMK.PALACE riA.esMesce DROG. -STORE ;l

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'--/]-76 i3- n25zj3iii, 6i" 2 06" 91 70- ion,------1147- 70"si- -----1;-60- ----4-ifi97- ---- 16> 54"Wi prompt attention. Pto... IS* Office ",--_ 'f

Offlces 11 and II State Bank Bid*.
".+...O"OUU 000....+....+..........+........+0000' Osceola County---Report of School Funds -- Klaslmmee. Florida.Pat ,

\ \ TAX BOOKS OPEN NOV. 1 st. The following' Report of th. Rrcrl and DlHburBeivicnlB, of the flees..nAl ALAN Registered J. McDONOUGH Architect ;.

I-khool Fund !and Hprclnl .School Tax 1".1 clefs Funds. with thiHalanrpR and th.- Johnston O. F Garret .
Amount of \\ arranl. Outstanding. and Statement of lh<- AmietH and I.lalilllllc AND
an reported by the County School Hoard and the Huperlntrrident of I'flbllr In- JOHNSTON &: GARRETT ENGINEERBRONSON
Htruitlnn of Mi.oli t'uunty for the six munth rndliiK June 30th, ISIS, Is hen
by punllahtd under the pros talons of Chapter 6N13 of the Laws of 1915U ATTORNEYATLAWOffices BLDG. KISSIMMEB.FLA. ,
Th Tax Books for 0 sc e 0 I a V KNOTT Comptroller
I.KNKIIAI. ft<'IIOOI. Kl NI>. 10, 11 and 12 Citizen Ban) t J
IrnftBurera Balance npremhiT 3IRt, 1915 } 12B8207
OutstaiidliiK l>>'" 'nilier 31st. 1915 6: 717fi BuildingKi..imme. J. A. TROVILLION. M. D.
will be for the Col'a."I.
County open ., Flm.
Special Attention to
Net MalanrvHKcril'TS n-c'ml..r 3hl. I 1115 .1 5.7111 31 I
: leer> 31m. 1810. to June 30th, 1916. CANCER, GOITRE, TUMORS and
KllOM Comptroller School Fund Interest $ fif.1 no DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
I lection of Taxes at my office at Comptroller: Tax K-d<'njpt Inns ,13f
Orlando Office-Boardman
Comptroller J.1.'n. and Taxes 3.5:14: 6:1: Building,
Comptroller, One !Mill Sihool Tax !'MM !'f> Houses for Rent 8tolla.m.} t
Court House Nov. 1st. Tux Collet-tor. Tnx.,s 22.29363 I Winter Park Office-2 to 4 and 6
the on Tax Collector Poll Taxes 1,23800
Clly TH X..H 122444For AND FOR SALE to 8 p. m. sepl 6mo pd
l>l III"n.| l .. 11 67

A discount of 2 percent IS a allowed I- Hunting"lIIln..llon 1.11-ermeM 3KNOt A4 <1111 )

TOTAl. Hl.t'KII'TS: $30,23f XI The Elite Realty ParlorMRS. Robert Riedel Co.

Making Palanc** In Fund $15,'J41 z,1HiSRURSBM74NTS.
I for all taxes paid during the Urc. ?lst 1915. to June Seth 1916FOIt SUMMERS Mcr. NOVELTY WORKS
Salarh-s of Trochees $I H. 3Tr! House Bills a Specialty. All litirior FiilshWinJoto
IMirchnse of H..hool LoIs 60, oo 207 tat SI.CM had lwtt USSSMM

month of November.C. Apparatus Furniture 1 46 no OB 2o Two Blocks North of Christian ChucrhC. and and Door Door From Sf rooms, Wimtovt

Kent Janitors 335 3900 00 ''Phone Shop 216; Residence: %11Darnct.

Fuel 2A fiOIncidentals on A.... Near Freixht D.M*
L. "BANDY for Schools 5011 91 F. THRASHER

:;:r..noiu: Note.. .. 20,00000 750 no SHEET METAL WORKER
Per Diem A Mileage Members of Rd. 1 110 fi"
Tax Collector. Commissions of Treasurer 276 J4In" Motal Roof fml ON _Jc..J W. B. Crawford Lee Jarr a -
for Board &: Supt. 151X4 !
Printing Financial Statement 2100 CRAWFORD ft: JARRELL
F"p en.e. of Examinations 34 5i PHONE 149-R KISSJMMff. fLA
++-400-0000000000000000.0.000000000.00.0000.00.0..000 Tuition Paid for County Line Pupils 72001 E71EInMreal ATT'0RffEYS-AT-LAW

__ Canning Club Z76 00 Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citl&eDJI
-- All Other Purposes 27100 s Bank Building
Rxpenses to Tallahassee 3000
TOTAl. DISnUUHEMKNTSHeflrlt :: $38 7H>q! 87
Kissimmee Florid
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June 3ftthi, 1516 3 2,7611 87 CDRSONFQR1IIERInsuranee)
Varrants Outstanding Jun 30th, 1916 4.51',4fi 1

May-Sto t Lumber. Corywg. Trrneurer'AVrFTVrANU .1,11111.1. TOth, 1016"riKS.ASSETS 1 -$15347M:: I.

' DR. W. W. CARSON ti'J;
Hiili.nrtCash n Treasury rjenernl Fund 11,534 7SH
DEALERS IN :l lance Cash In :Tr.a.ur\ : Spr'Inl| Tux Districts 4,97507: .
I'nr".llerted Taxes. Oenefal Fund 12 724 "I DENTrST "

; House Building Materials I of all tin Luc oll..cled from Sale Taxes old HulldlnK Hperlal .Tax iincral Hlstrlrts Fund 12241 42m.oTotsl that Insures; Office over Pilley Building; ..:J

Available Assets $20.2SO 97 Office HoursS-II 1-I
.AJ. LI A RILITIRSWanants e Office 'Phone 161 Resldenc.; 'Phoa iQmM
! ... Kinds Outstanding for Current Expenses:: Oeneral Fund f 4r."Ii.H Protection that Protects Administered TeethJ. for Eztrs etloa ot as

5 Warrants Outstanding for Current Kxpenses. Special Tax Districts I'VH 64 ,
a' Other Indebtedness. Special Tax Districts 3o6 68f

tl i <*. Novelty I .Works In ConnectionAH Total Liabilities --6--.259-.67Brhool '


II!.' we tilt is let us figure OB your estimates. School Hous.>. and Lots) 155,TIE 00
Bchool l Furniture
CoBfteoos II tte. .. ud Prompt Delivery. Apparatus t.llt.00 DAKIN AVENUE' ,
Other School Property 1170.00 azad ,.c, ,
.,. 1eeW Tsix Dlstrtrts. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA rl_ (lf7 4-
Fla. Furniture 11000
K. Hrhool
21 ISSlmmee
t\\'\ Phone Brhool l Ap paratn. 1.440 lit LICENSED EMBALMKS .
Other School Property Ml.OT '
Store and Chapel. Stewart AT. /)(
Total T,4li It J .....' ;,
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The Kissimmee Valley Gazette I which the Mexican people were in no( wise respon 440.000; American money invested, 235464000. Convictions'; ,
f Tribune False To. Its
I sible. Worse than that I The Mexican people were' Railway bonds-Mexican money invested $12.- Tampa ,

publisbed III..IT Ffi..,.. really victim of traitor in our midst For it i i. 275.000; .American,money invested 408926000. I I ,.;

MTtc* !. V.II., ......*... ..".1_. KII BBll**. Fl. charged upon 'the highest uthority that the raid Mine*-Mexican money invested. $7,500,000; '(From Miami \\1'

inspired and arranged in this The- outlook i I. :
was country. American money invested. 223000000..
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W. HAltR AND B. O. TAN AGNBvV Ow..r.t *
Do you get the full meaning of statement? Benedict National bond*-Mexican money invested $21.- the Florida Democracy !
.. .. M..s whole and those of Us Arnold of ;
One Cop)'. One ..T r..J..................... "..10OD. was" not more guilty treason. 000.000; American money invested 52000000. to the glorious old party,
Copy, Bl.* _ont"..........?._:..-?. l.oo The secret service of this government has a long Smelter*-Mexican money invested $7.200,000; er the tides may bear
ODe Copy. Thf* M9ntbIAll >> ..................... .7*
.arm\.'and a strong arm. The net may yet be drawnon American money invested 26500000. only sit as sere.-.ely a*

communications, except from our authorised the "higher ups." It is fair to assume that Timber land*-Mexican money invested. $600-, the boat and'' hope for : '
correspondents. must be el. ..s by the writer. landingat last The
Rejected natter will not be returned unless President Wilson did not disclose all the fact in his 000.000; American money invested 8100000. ahead, however, U
; Balled lor.CEntereO. possession when .he declared officially, a few days Factories (miscellaneous)-Mexican money in- dangers; God grant that

( In the< ; M second class matter.) 600.000. This I is th* fervid
"There die border
were along
persons actively
Tampa Tribune editorial of
engaged in creating friction between the Governments Oil-Mexican: money invested $650,000 ; American
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1916. day: in which that paper
of the United State and the de facto Government money invested, $15,000,000.I to justify a changed

FLORIDA'S INTEREST IN OUTCOME OF of Mexico, for the purpose. of brio gin f Rubber-Mexican money invested $4.500,000 ; the gubernatorial' situation. I

L. MEXICAN TROyBLES. about intervention in the interest of certain owner American money invested 15000000. I ''The Tribune was:! one of I i' .:
i Insurance-Mexican invested 2000. papers in the state to cry
: The disorders in Mexico and the relations be- of Mexican: properties. 000 money it, Mr. Knott," when, at I !!
tween the Mexican and American'government are I There you have itl) The gentlemen who want ; American money invested 4000000. the Jur.2 primary it was
]In the ownership of Mexico we find the real J. Catts .
with Mexico the who Sidney was
war are gentlemen "have
should be of Floridans
importance to ,
or some
menace to the peace between Mexico and the the Demonats of Florida,
those in horticultural Mexican properties. They are very a powerfullot.
eipecially engaged agricultural W. V. Knott, surrounded !
and live-stock industries. They own most of the TJnided States and a United.States. American capitalists are desperately political advisers, !

United States inlervention in Mexico has been good big slice of Mexico. They are our "captainsof I attempting to have the flag follow their investments. count now so shamefully
1 hose who own Mexico are the whto want The in ,
ones Tribune
i of finance. is a !
industry" masters They
j clamored for by all American and other exploitersof ; our own or
know the facts
as tb.'y are,
that unhappy country since revolt overthrew the control our gieat newspapers. They are for a war.Shall that it was absolutely right
these powerful interests be permitted to
l corrupt and rapacious Diaz. "strong Mexican policy a "strong foreign policy I fense of the rightful ,
:: These exploiters hope and expect annexation will a big army. a big navy. succeed in their plot ? J. Catts-even though b<,
it had betin j
result. First intervention, then war, then subjugation They prate about patriol sm. They clamor for :FLORIDA:- Time mary and time again* a Knott th-j.
then intervention. They intend annexation "preparedness." They have tried to plunge the torial page gave expression I

SHALL follow. Many of them, and their mouthpieces -I I country into a hysteria of fear that we are goingto Flondan may believe in free trade; but. mas? sentiments of indignation L

have been and are openly advocating It. I be thrown into war with Germany or England or much as the tariff system exists in this country, heis t the Tribune unfair knows recount today that I[ ;
The election of Mr. Hughes to the Presidency Japan. They have Congress "on the '
justified in demanding that its exactions be equitably ness it charged was more '
next month is essential for the pockets of these I Thl'se'privaleged interests are not taxing the people apportioned that agricultural interests be not than its worst suspicions. ,
exploiters. That is why he has their united sup- of the United States for their great army and "Evidently what is 'fair I'
port. Intervention in Mexico will follow his inauguration navy plans to fight Germany England or Japan. made "goats" for the benefit of manufacturing end I isn't'fair for Catts," said th i'

as certainly as the sun shall continue I They have other plans for the present. They have kindred interests. -" practices In a scathing in the criticism Alachua of |||

to rise. American dollars will make the occasion. the irons on the American people. They control "Protection" false political economy. .11 was I "Incidents like this," the open.ndi"1' .

More revolutions and more border raids wilt be the prices of Jabot and the products of labor and instituted ostensibly to "protect''American w tinued, referring to the (

1 financed from this side of the Rio Grande if Mr. I control the cost of every necessity of life. Theyown men. It has done little of the sort. rkang'l to low stand the count of an I !
Hu..hl'S i il r\rrlfA\ Whereat under Mr. Wilson the have been almost its sole beneficiaries. "simply increase ,
g I the coal, the oil. the timber, the water powers. ment of the Democratic \ !
financing i h-disturbances' ; has been found to bea Their profits are so enormous that they must lower ists and workingmen have paid the cost-have wards the whole Knott i !

costly waste of money. I interest rates. or else-invest in foreign countries. fattened the beneficiaries.We strengthens Catts as a I

Mexico is the richest division of the North American The timber coal oil, and mineral wealth of Mexico have it with us, however; and it will be Governor.another" occasion ,, !
- continent. It is at once more tropical and less I and of Central and South American countries are some time before a more equitable system of tax- said:

tropical than Florida. Its climate is varied, ranging most t inviting in every way. The governments are ation can be substituted for it. In the meantime it. Any one who is I

from that of the West Indies to that of Michi; poor; the labor is cheap as slave labor. like any other system of taxation should be so with the modus operandi

gan. This is because of its varying altitudes. It There is just one risk ; and that is a large risk. applied that it will operate alike for or against all oughly convinced that I[
1, produces all that Florida does and some things The governments are most of them weak. Revolutions sections of the country. lie can ultimately then enter be the |

; besides. Its capacity as a producer of vegetables. I in many of them are frequent ; properly rightsare That t is why" Floridans are right in demandingthat )legal/ nominee of the I I !!
: fruits and cattle is almost unlimited. I I insecure. their products also have "protection." They party, and it will i

II Vegetables. cattle and some other products are But a scheme has been worked out by the masters should not be expected to sell cheaply and buy scheming and conniving i
admitted free of duty to the United Sates., IfMexico's while sections sell dearly and yet been resorted to in '
i dearly manulacturing
: of finance to make foreign investments as good as ;defeat him . :\1 ( I
live-stock and agricultural industries had i I a government bond. Just put the Stars and Stripes buy cheaply. was unquestionably and ; i
not been paralyzed by its civil wars before and 'back of them! "Protection" an evil thing; but we are compelled nominated( in the ) I

since our new tariff went into effect, I Vie cattle and I There Mme when the slogan of munition- to make the best of/ the evil while we have mary of June dth, and it i !
t was a duty of all /good and t true )
vegetable industries in the Southern Slates and I with
"Trade follows the Flag. That it
makers was : put crats to givo the nomi''
,, particularly in Florida might now be feeling seri- I the commercial interests behind the navy. But-- us."A that primary their i i

ously the effects of Mexican competition. This "new needs new deeds." That cry now is: "The DANGEROUS POLICY" support. I

': competition may be expected soon after peace is Flag follows the investment." (From Jacksonville Times-Union) And every word of this
restored in Mexico-even if that country retainsits I knew was trine; but what do I
We will protect our citizens abruad. Assuredly It is said that the Democratic executive committee In the editorial from which
be remembered that California -
It I
nationality. must That is our bounden duty. if we are to uphold the of Florida proposes to read out of the party ing paragraph of this article '
,! more distant than Mexico successfully;, competes the the Tribune -half heartedly
: I
standing and dignity of our government among every man who fails to support all the nominees of
with Florida in citrus fruits. i weak. But and with a ring! that has no
': Annexation. however would much more. ether nations of the world-strong or the party--that every Democrat must vote for every in its tones-tries to defend
mean if the protection of "citizens"were our only concern the ticket from bottom he
I nominee on top to or obeying the crack of the :
'f The customs duty of 40 cents per box on citrus there would be no border raids no mobiliza- I will not be permitted to vote in the primaries next mittee whip! I ,
{ fruit from Mexico would be abolished
imported tion, no war talk. There would be no occasion for time if he should desire to be a candidate before Throughout its I
j ; or.
(/ cent per pound). So would these duties: Fifteen -I'I American homes square deal for Catts r.8 I
l the clouds that darken so many the primaries. his name will not be allowed on nominee of the Democratic
t. per cent ad valorem on raw sugar cane; a today. Investments in these plutocratic times. are the ballot. Generally speaking, this is all right.It Tribune knew that Catts

: minimum of 71 cents cer 100 pounds on sugars and ,I vastly more important than citizens. And it is notI is the position the Times-Union has, always held. to, be counted out. We
: 15 cent ad valorem on molasses; I 10 its words to. that effect. : :
i ;
syrups; per I investments
'f t I to protect these citizens, but to protect But circumstances alter cases, and the circumstances -
bushel : the Tribune
,L, per cent ltd valorem on sponges; 6 cents per that our boys in khaki have been forced into'action today are not such as to make possible the it is honor bound pretends to support to :
: cleaned rice $1.85 to $2.50 pound on tobacco -
L on ; per That i i. the' truth of it. carrying out of this plan. inee who by this "modus I
": ; 10 cent per gallon on honey; $2 per ton I investor in Mexico-million- Wilson'sname .
American Wood
These If this rule had been_ pplied. row .
I? &' on hAY; $5 per ,1,000 I on pineapples; 1 cent a'I' aires--are using every instrument they can control could not have been on the ballot, for he has _4__ .

pound on nuts; $430 per pound and 25 per Scent ' their their their magazines, had habit of supporting all the nominees. *
; money newspaper not a
j I j ad valorem on cigar and cigarettes; 10 cents per their political influence, all the dark and devious So. if the executive committee decide lo ; ;
i bushel various fruits 15 cents bushel on Classified ]
on ; per Intervention I Advertisements
;. castor beans and 20 cents per bushel on other ways-to bring about intervention.and and bereaved read out of the party every man who does not vote
War blood killing the Democratic
means war. means always every man on
of lesses im
oil seeds likewise duties products
; oft horrors. And -
portance. families ticket it would begin by reading Woodrow Wilson ..s. .i.. . .. o. oo. .OOOO..Oooooo.ooOooooo e s.AAA. .
- - - - - - - - - - - -
all for what ? Profits I Privilege profits off the ticket.
Floridans can figure for themselves how abolitionof Privilege exploits us here in our own United The majority of the Democrats of Florida know JAPANESE stalks SEED CANE-$4 per WANTED-ONE DOZEN CONVICT .
these duties on Mexican products would affect 1,000 ; standing. J. M. Will- GUARDS AT ONCE AT CAMPSNO.
States. And Privilege makes so much money out Woodrow Wilson's record of independencism. for Jr. \ 44-4t
son. 2 AND NO. 3.
in h. S.s. KISSIMMEE
"'rIt I __L_ D..I___ .
--- *
ot us that it creates a nuge SUrplUS. > r.v.avu." which he has never expressed regret NAVAL STORES COMPANY
r'With"M ic-;; annexed to the United States with FOR SALE-On Lake street; 4 three- .j
that with its inhabitants never satiated, wants this surplus to be at work They know that all his appeals are to the Pro. : room houses and lots; all occupied' ROSALIE, FLA. 44-5t ,ITO
peace upon country bringing in still more profits. Weak and undevel- gressives and that he always describes himself as at $4 each per month. Price $1,400. RENT.

I: .. of industry thoroughly" with controlled improved by transportation American "captains and refrigeration oped (and unexploited) countries offer the biggest" a Progressive. In short, they say he is not a Demo- Easy terms. J. M. Wittson, Jr.44-Gt : BEAUTIFUL BUNGALOW 1I0ME-

with tariff duties abolished. and with returns. So Privilege buys a foreign "concession. crat, either in the sense of supporting party nomi- delightful lake view; good part of
i But maintain the great profits. it is Democratic principles and FOR SALE-One fresh Jersey t
to town
undoubtedly ; Cheap nees or of advocating ; cow; ; nicely furnished; immediate
much cheaper labor Mexican competition arm" also' 3 others, 4 old, will be
ordinarily necessary to resort to "strong SOME of them, on that account will not votefor years possession.
would be felt by Florida agriculturists. horticulturists fresh in few weeks. Address
a O.
-b like the workers in NICE 6-ROOM ONE-STORY
and cattlemen. methods. Sometimes people ( him. The executive committee might as well try P. McCABE, Kissimmee Park, ( HOUSE
4 Floridans the mining districts of Colorado. Michigan and to butt down the rock of Gibraltar'as to drive these (Route No. 2)) 43tf -On and Mabbette street; very cozy i
1 .. Selfish interest alone should move to I comfortable.
j accord to President Wilson their votes and their i West Virginia) resist oppression the exploitations.And. men.Then FOR SALE-Attractive 6-room bun.gatow FOUR-ROOM HOUSE in Eureka Ad-
of day. J
the order Democrats
Machine guns become I there are men in Florida-good : in Kissimmee. dition shade
financial support-saying tiothing about considerations On one of ; pretty ; good well, soft
: of humanity. liberty; and justice for the Mexi I after all. our present Mexican situation is only a I most of them -.sso believe that the Democrats of best residence streets; 10 minutes' water. ."
; scale. for We walk from school and 8- THREE-ROOM HOUSE and I
"Ludlow" a bigger Florida did not nominate Knott governor. postofTioe; flowingwell
t cans. His policy is saving thousands of American sentiment foot porch on three sides, covered in Prospect) Addition.
Privilege i i today trying to shape think did and from time to time to
I they we propose
lives and billions of dollars of American taxes that with beautiful vines and climbing! NELSON REALTY CO.
made march
that "our boys"shall be to that did but if anything can be
otherwise would! into so try to show they ; Yeses Four large lots, entrance on ,
, go war expenses. I down into Mexico and offer up their lives-for the accomplished with these people at all, it will be two streets; barn on rear lot. Own .1

; : :-- purpose of placing the guarantee of the United done by reasorl-not by intimidation. er, having business elsewhere, will 'I FOR SALE.
:/. WHO OWN MEXICO-CAUSE OF MEXICAN Stales government behind those gold mines and \Ve have a number of men in Florida who will take $3,500.! Address ROSES, care SEVERAL GOOD HOMES in Kis

:,; TROUBLES.By i other concessions and to make the profits of PriV- refuse to vote for one nominee because they say Valley Gazette. 44-21 simmee terms; bargain of payment.prices and favorable -

( United States Senator LaFollette of Wisconsin -I ilege secure. he is not a Democrat. There are a number of WANT TO RENT small house; about 4V-ACRE FARM, four miles from
-In LaFollette's Magazine.) Who owns Mexico! Really owns it? Let us others who will not vote for another because they four rooms and bath; good neieh- town; bearing grove and comfort-

i tJ The plain citizen has determining voice on the I I glance at a few figures. Dollars they are-mIllions say he is not fairly the Democratic nominee. There care borhood.of Valley Address Gazette.RESIDENT, able"sell."improvements.'an Owner says
millions of them. And they tell the story. What others who for or another will make good terms.
.&: issue of war or peace. I and may be one reason 127-ACRE fo'ARM-J'oins lake nearly
For more than fifty years money has been powerful I follows shows the wealth of Mexico, according to refuse to support some ohter nominee. FOR RENT and-water.Flat of Good four rooms.: half mile; fronts on county road ;
Light location.
of ownership. It is taken from the of both classes we mostly in artesian belt
enough to force war upon any country at any nationality The overwhelming majority Terms reasonable. Address Box ; three flowing -
time. The students of world politics will find that United States consular reports (No. 168. issued have mentioned are good Democrats, recognizingthe 402, city. 41-4t pd stock wells farm; six-room house. Fine i

,r practically all modern wars have been dictated by I July 18. 1912. by Consul Marion Letcher of Chi binding force of a nomination, and if they have and frui well as good farming .r

J great financial interests. I huahua.) This table was prepared by William M.Seamon. some stronger motive for voting against one nominee 600 MILES 300 teat farm hog for and sale cow in range.A 280-ACRE FARM improved, to exchange - {
tl As long as capital finds its best field for profit i late of Chihuahua who, according to the they will vote for all the others. 4000. DixiiHighway, .railroad.range, for northern property. Price ,

: -. in its own counrty. the peace of that country is statement of this consular report. has had long experience But if they are told "If you make a single exception Capt. T. Hal), Utopia, Fla. 36tf $40 road per and acre.good land.On good county ,

:, '; reasonably secure; but whenever the financial interests in Mexico as a mining engineer : in voting the Democratic ticket you will SEVERAL EASTERN KANSAS

-, have acquired such a control of the national Amount of not be permitted to take part in the Democratic primaries EXCELLENT GUAVA JELLY' FARMS for Florida property. Alsoa

I resources of their own country, and such mastery Nationality Investment ," a number of them will say: "All right ; bette Reasonable price. Call 116 Mab- good, well-improved farm near

over the industrial and commercial affairs of their American -___$1.057.770.000 if one vote will exclude me from the Democratic street. 41-4tpd in Golden City, Mo. Owner will put ,

: own people that they can exact profits at will such -u__ 321302.800 primaries. I might as well vote as I please." FOR SALE-Complete bathroom fixtures land some is fine money and on has this some deal.incum-lUll ,I.

-: interests then seek new fields for their surplus French -u___- 143.446.000Mexican The tendency of this announcement by the committee and ,icichensink,. all ,porcelain brances. '.*._&. ,

capital. ___"__________ 793.187242 will be to unite elements of opposition that. 106 South enameiea Vernon, nan Ave.price. Call 42tf at 240-ACRE FARM near Mitchell, TsdT' '"

;.. This excess capital which has been ground out Other Nations _._-- _______ H8.535.380 if kept scattered. will not defeat any Democratic I' one Hard end.road Very on one fine side and along f'
farm wotth
:: of and its retained these figures. Whatever may be and that, if driven together will stand a WANTED-MAGAZINES AND OLD ;
people-if $100
an exploited country Hold fast to nominee ..BOOKS-By the ladies of the Presbyterian per acre; incumbered for $6-
at home-would reduce interests; and farmer, urged upon you in these trying times by way of good chance of defeating two if not more. church, to make up a car bOO, long time, 6% interest. Owner

merchants and other small business enterprises i justifying intervention, keep in mind this big outstanding Of course it is the business of the Democratic load. Phone number 71, and arrangements has asthma'; wants Florida proper-

.j' could borrow upon reasonable rates. fact: committee to work for the success of every nom- them. will be made to call for Full ty.particulars' ot interested parties. 1",

j But the masters of finance consider little else American financiers have more money investedin inee ; and as a principle no man should be permitted 42-tf NELSON REALTY COMPANY.

besides their own profits. Mexico than the Mexicans themselves have- to take part in Democratic primary who does WANTED-Magazines and old books

i: The people of the United States do not want war $264,582,758 more. not vote the entire ticket from top to bottom; but by ladies of Presbyterian church, CABAGE PLANTS FOR SALE-.ft
- .' of all in that of it is not well to assert this to make up a carload Phone No. 3,000,000 Charleston WakefieldEarly
with Mexico; the Mexican people do not want war American investments are biggest as a matter policy. 71, and arrangements will be madeto Summer
- \4 with us; and both President Wilson and Carranza unhappy system-ridden country. principle now. It will result tin the loss of many call for them. 42-tf grown from, and best Early seed Fall ready Flat ; I ,

I have manifestly done everything in their power to This American money is found in railroad stocksand more votes than it will gain. Nov. 1 ; $1 per 1,000;; 10,000 44St'f, "
prevent war. bonds mines national bonds, ranches, smelters. _ * j FOR SALE rOne- Ferrand Cadilac 90e per 1,000. J. R. DAVIS,

:,T What ii it then that menaces the peace of these timber land, factories, oil, rubber, insurance and "Five Cent Spent for Bait Results In New Busi lent combination condition player, with piano 65 rolls in music excel-, i tow, Fla. ;

1 1 neighboring; countries) other enterprise ness" is a headline in the St. Petersburg Time $275. Considered best player in TO EXCHANGE_....Motor-bo- ((8. ..
; Update far back of the Columbus raid. That Let u. glance, at a: few more figure from the Much cheaper than "bait" bought in IGssunmee.' I town. X. y z., Gazette 43-2tpd aorsc power) for dairy cow. Or "1, ,
different brand, too. St. P. bait catches will selL Engine In first-class condi .;I,
; outrage upon the resident of one''of our border same authority: Must be a DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. tion. Mrs. ?
E. E. ,
Wells 104 Possiel .r.J,
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Dr. A. J. Holt for several year. I plies "under false pretenses.. J.' W. simmee, ,W. S.' Holton'', IU-d. Nathan

,( pastor of the First Baptist church Lilly 'J..5...Boyd' 8.a.. BaVber, J. A. Porter for. SCO-odd for' rent, for .bar
I In this city, now editor' of the Bap. Barclay, A.' H. ,Fox and H./ C.. Light- ber-shop fixtures. Holton was award

.;. Friday tint State Witness', was In Kissimmea! ROYALBAKING .:y comprised a' jury that declared ed Judgment for, the' whole amount r"
Published Every By between trains Thursday, shaking: the defendant not'guilty.Judge Murphy appealed to the County Court.

i< I, of court because, he dolayed court
M. Cosnor, Bert Baxter W F. Jones
County Commissioner J. Frank ,
I Walker; accompanied(by his two sons ; .. ,:proceedings by being absent when ha George W. Best, H. p, bf uhl, and F. M. J,
t was called as a witness In the case. Bass reversed the
attendthe >)> judgment and decided
I from
\ came Bassenger to
I up The Judge had to send for him. Just
POWDER for the defendant. O'Bryan
': I ,special meeting of the board on before court finally adjourned, the .
.. Wednesday.Mrs. :i Pledger, attorneys for Portr. Johnston
Judge removed the fine.. A Garrett, attorneys( for Helton. I
I S. J. Add'; 215 Main street Absolutely Pure & McFarland Fisheries Com. Park r.Blako Company: sued R.. D. ,
.Is seriously' ill from on attack of pany had two suits for damages Wring and A. B. JarKfJjjdoing; bvsi- t

1 pneumonia, She is 87 year. old, and No Alum-No PhosphateE against Southern Express Company. ness as -Palnce Drug Company for
J O Q'p nor illness )her"'-fore affVctn her coine- Both dismissed, on motion of defendant $200 assumpsit damage1) Continued
v what dangerously. Her friends will I because of lack of prosecution. for term by cot.cent,of counsel.

1, hope for her recovery( : She is one ofKissimmee's I, -.. ---- - - -- ,-- p" .- .- -- No objection by plaintiff's attorneys" Mrs. C. D. Smith-Assa .K and bat
o best-known citizens." (O'Bryan A Pledger), for plaintiffhad ,tery. Continued! for terra at request
PRE55Py I ';,. E. Skipper, a prominent cattle- gone into bankruptcy. Attorney I of Prosecutor Crawford.
srArE Many Kissimmeeans will ,be gladto man of Polk county, is in Kissimmee COUNTY COURT HAS for defendant, W. B. Crawford.Mach .
learn that O. C. Darlington and today from Bartow on? prospective Bros sued Fred M. Bass and I''

his daughter, Mrs. M. M. Scrambling, live-stock business. c R. T. Butler for $200 assumpsit dam- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.

both of Kalamazoo county, Michigan, MUCH TO DO ages for repairs on automobile. Da- You are invited to tho following
---- have returned to town to spend an- Confederate Veteran Delegates! To fendants alleged they were over- servkes next Sunjdsy:

.. . .. ..... other winter here. Tampa From KUsimmee.;.; (Contiuned From Pag One.) I charged. Continuance granted on defendant's Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.; competent
R. C. Pnrtin and J. M. ardner motion because of absence teachers for all grades.
Friends of Mrs. Frank M. Westfall, the local of Confederate represented -- continued at request of Prosecutor of witnesses. Johnston &: Garrett, attorneys Preaching at 11 a. m., by the j

The Local Field who spent some time here, about a Veterans at the camp state reunion heldin Crawford out of State because State's witnessesare for plaintiffs; O'Bryan & Rev. O. B. Falls. Subject, "The pastor '.
1 "J. j year ago, will be pleased to know Tampa this week.DEMONSTRATION. I I Pledger, attorneys for defendants.A. Christian's Watchword." '
Sibley Prescott-Intent
to injureor
that, after a very serious operationat Rosen sued Frank McKee for Busy Does at 2 m. /
home defraud; continued for term by p. J
her in Ann Arbdr, Mich., she AT I $300 assumpsit damages for supplies Junior Baptist Young People's Union !
is much improved and is the roadto consent of counoel. Z. Bass, nttorney I obtained
: on by defendant. Continued
at 3 !
CORNER DRUG STOREOn for defense. p. m.Preaching ..,,;
, Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought. recovery. Henry Hansell-Illegal fishing. I':for term by consent of counsel. 'Attorneys at 7 p. m. by the 'alltor.

." If you are taking any magazines, Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 24, Motion to quash denied by court. Mis-I Garrett for plaintiff, Johnston & Topic, "The Value cf tho Soul..' ;
For Sale-Horses, mules and Shetland or desire to take any, please give me from 6 to 8, Mrs. J. W. Alyea will beat trial resulted because jury (J. .D. Jef I Bass. ; attorney. for defendant, Z. I Come to where you will find a comfortable -

ponies. J. W. Miller. tf your name for renewal*; or our store with a complete line of fords, A. D. Gilbert J. F. Alderman, I I Joe Story-Petit larceny. Continued I house and a warm welcome !.

'\ Mrs. J. W. Evans was shopping In subscriptions. I can give you any Velvetine Toilet preparations. Don't H. H. Driggers, C. W. Hilliard. S. G. for term tt request of Prosecutor and a whole gospel preached. ''s
magazine you want ana can save you I come to buy-there is nothing. for Barber) could not agree. Clyde Ed- Crawford.
Tampa last Tuesday.H. money by grouping your favorites at sale-but the demonstration she will wards, Jim Booth Otis Stephens, J. Will of I
O. Brown & Co. will make a specialty club rates. MISS LORD, WOMAN'S I!give with these goods is worth see- McPhatter, S. B. Aultman and A. E. Continued for the term. a hog. LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED .i s
watches clocks EXCHANGE. ing. CORNER DRUG STORE. Bearden were jury in second trial
of repairing ; I Some tima ago in Justice of the
and jewelry. Bring us your work. evening. they returned a verdict of guilty. Peace S. H. Bu'lock's' court, in Kis- "Your Quirk's Chill Tonic cured my'.

n Mrs. L. Y. Bryan of Sanford accompanied I. A. Payton and family of Topeka, FLORIDA POLITICS: or Sentenced be imprisoned to pay $100 sixty and days.court Attor-costs 1 husband of LaGrippe and Fever after ,

Mr. Bryan on his usual Kansas, arrived last Tuesday and are neys for defendant, O'Bryan & Pledg- DrIves Out Malaria, Builds Up System the doctor's medicine and other remedies $

weekly trip to Kissimmee this week. guests of Mr. Payton's sister, Mrs.E. This is a great country, in which a The Old Standard fframl tmcthrainc bale" failed." .
: L. D. Overstreet, at Shingle'Creek. er.Tom* GROVB TASTBLKSS TONIC,dries out "
man can a woman, then desert Driggers-Illegal fishing. Mo- LULA C. ROACH Drifton Fla.
i :
marry .J,,
Miss Kathleen Wilcox left a few Mr. Payton is favorably impressedwith her, and finally ask for one of the tion to quash denied by court. Mistrial H.lute, BTicbn UM l>lood. nd b.nld1lap tb.eye.tom.
days ago for Washington, D. Cto this section and may decide to highest offices :in the gift. of the peo because of disagreement ofdury AtnMtevic. For adult end children.' :SOc. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy.. : ,. 26c.. ..

stay a few weeks.J. purchase a home and become a' permanent ple. That is what rightly may be -W. J. S. .Carr, J. L. Reaves I. t Iii

and have resident. called the quintessence of gall.-Tam- Walker, H. C. Lightsey, J. R. Wood- ...
C. Dowding family 009dOPOt 00000006/f00
Breeze.A all. W. K. Sargent. Second trial resulted -
rived from Cherokee, Iowa, to spend Miss K. E. Saunders of Tampa pa new one on the Valley Gazette. in verdict of guilty by jury I t"1i
the winter. spent a few hours in the city Wednesday Who is he? comprising Clyde Edwards, Jim
the guest of her brother W. Booth, Otis Stephens, J. McPhatter A SNEEZEIS 1
C.'1::. Garner of St. Cloud spent a I I
W. Saunders. She was en route to S. B. and A. .!
Volusia Aultman E. Bearden.
few days in the city this week serv- county commissioners refused -
ing as a juror in the County Court. I New York City, where she goes to to put on the official' ballot the Sentenced to pay, $100 and court cost'or + A SMILE THAT HAS GONE WRONG AND
accept a position with the Leonardi name of S. J. Catts as candidate for imprisonment three months. '

H. E. Cole is here every Tuesday. Company.Mrs. Governor because the petition did not torneys for defendant O'Bryan At-I ]BUSTED: :: .,;

Come-hiiv-e your eyes examined. 11. I A. S. Gilbert, Mrs. J. E. Lup- conform to the law. Petitions should Pledger. 1
O. Brown & Co., Inc. fer, Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Lupfer and addressed to the candidate in the I Henry Barnes-Illegal fishing. : YOUR SMILE' NEVER GOES WRONG WHEN YOU ,
form of tion to quash denied by court. Verdict I
a request for him to becomea -
Miss Ethel Gilbert; motored to
Miss, Almena I-eltner has had as up of guilty by jurymen Z. Barager.
; '
visitors her sister (Mrs.. Chatham ) Winter Garden Wednesday eveningto David Hull, George W. James, Earl i;
attend the B. Y. P. U. Federation
and three children. They in Bartow.J. have returned which rendered the program for the, Noel A. :Mitchell calls himself the"Cyclone" Schofield. Bert Lamb A. Diefendorf. ''I 24 pound sack Occident Flour . $1.40 1;;;
to home Well, If all cyclone( Motion for new trial denied. Sixty
Wekiva Association that 4
W. of the Bryan bicycle Baptist on as harmless as' Noel, no one would days allowed for bill of exceptions. 24 La Crema Hard Wheat, 1.20 ; %

shop visited Wynn his brother in Winter Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lupfer wentto stand in aw e of such disturbances.- Sentenced to pay $100 and court costsor 24" Delicious Self-Rising, 1.20 di
Green on the west coast, Tampa Breeze. be imprisoned three months. Attorneys -
Winter Park girls Springs
Park over Sunday. last Saturday. Mr. tarried for defendant, O'Bryan & Beat Creamery Butter, per pound, .40 )
the main f
two days, but Mrs. Lupfer remainedfor W. C. Smith of Daytona, formerly Pledger. Butter Cubes, each, .1 0 !
Former City Councilman J. D. a Hojourn of two weeks. She has postmaster of that- town, is an inde- Eddie Woods-Illegal fishing. Mo- '
Woodbeck is now employed with the. been physically indisposed some time pendent candidate for State Senator tion to quash denied. Verdict of White Rib Side Meat,- .er pound, .18 !.It

II. C Stanford company store in Kis- and is making the visit for rest and against James W. Alexander, ( Demo- guilty by jury-H. M. Breaker, J. T. 7 cans Hebe Milk .25 ft,
simmee. recuperation.Mr. crat 1 in the Twenty-Eighth Senatorial Burck halter, G. 'N. Coombs, J. K. t
((41" District (Volusia: county). Cotin, J. A. Ginn, Lynn Daugherty. 3 Packages Mother's Oats, .25
County Commissioner Raymond La- and Mrs. John Wille have removed Motion for 'new trial denied. Sixty' 3 "' National .25 .
nier, of the Point was here attending into town from the old John- Sidney J. Catts. candidate for the days allowed fot." preparation of bill f'.t
the. special meeting of the board last ston place near the cemetery. They, governorship addressed a public of exceptions. Sentenced to pay $100 3 Pan Cake) Flour, .25 : '' :'
with their. two children, now in New and costs or be imprisoned three '1.>
Wednesday.Mrs. occupy meeting Smyrna a week ago. 3 cans Hand Packed Tomatoes, .25 :
the premises on the five-acre farm Senator Williams of Gainesville and months. Attorneys for defendant, 0'- '
. L. H. Ingram, Mrs. J. Z. Rol>- lot owned by Mrs. Regero on West James E. Alexander, Democratic Bryan & Pledger.R. 6 package Uneeda Biscuits, .25 ; .

erson, Mrs. J. I 1). Woodbeck and Mrs.J. Oak street, near Central avenue. nominee to the State Senate from E. Thomas, G. W. Thomas, H. Fancy Blue Rose Rice, per pound, .06 'I"

S. Cadel were Orlando visitors Volusia county, also spoke at the C. Thomas-Illegal fishing; pleaded
Your smile doesn't corrode when trade
Wednesday. Lawrence McAllister has returned same meeting. guilty; each fined $25 and costs. Attorneys you .
: from Cape May., N. J., where he has for defendants O'Bryan & ,.
a Mrs. M. 'A. has returned to ATTaylor's
Sawyer been employed oh boat used
;. her Kissimmee home. She has been for daily excursions from that city. Mayor M. A. Wilson has been re- *
. Dick Evans
elected Motionto
and, Mayor of Fort Meade, getting -Illegal fishing.
'1 away all summer at Elon College The excursion season closed Sept. 17, 60; votes denied court. Verdict of
to 35 for each of his oppBnents quash by
; Dallas, in North Carolina. and Mr. McAllister will spend the W. A. Hatchell and L. O. not guilty by jury-M. Cosner, A. S.

Mr. and Mrs., A. Cotterman and winter months in Kl ai 11'"/ lee. Gravely. G. L." Broderick was re- Reed, Bert Baxter, T. W. Ellis. W. N. Cash Grocery 1
elected city clerk 16 votes R. Garner, A. W. Gustus. Attorney for
J' baby Elizabeth, Mrs. II. W Morrow When your food does not digest over ;
Wells motored to Or. well and feel "blue" tired and E. Coat .. F. B. Sweartnojen, H. W. defendant, Z. Bass. ,
t and Mrs. E. E. you
)M( Reid L. C. Bowers Will Healon and Mack Potter II- t .
discouraged should little E. L. Wade i
for day. you use a
: lando Wednesday HERBINE at bedtime. It the were re-elected aldermen without op legal fishing. Prosecutor Crawford PHONE 250 QUICK DELIVERY f. '

J'\' !: : Mr. and Mrs. T.: R. Moseley, whoLipent bowels purifies the system opens and position., nolle-proused both cases because they . :- .. t.1
4 the summer with relatives in ,a fine feeling of health and energy restores were Identical with case against Dick .... . .. . .. . . . . . .. .

Alabama and Mississippi, returned Price 50c. Sold by Osceola Speaker of the House. Evans, who was acquitted. Attorney 4
' . home yesterday. Pharmacy.Mrs. The Star some time ago mentionedthe for defendants, Z. Bass. :
name of Reid Robson for Speakerof Harry Johnson sued W. D. J. Sum- .44. 4ofr.4444444.. .444444ft444 04444444444.4. .44*>t4.

"r Ralph H. Bearden Earl Schofield and Miss Una the House, but the latter has an- ner, both of Kissimmee, for $500 damages !
i for Arcadia to accept a position with Garner of St. Cloud were guests of nounced that he would not even con- in a Florida-Georgi land deal. J. A. SCHREIFEU5 .,
the Consolidated Title Company of Mrs. W. B. Harris on Tuesday. They sider it, because he is for another Defendant was not represented. Jury,
i4 that city. were en route to Winter Garden to man-the present Speaker 'Hon. C. comprising George W. Best, L. R. GRADUATE 1
attend the sessions of the Wekiva A. Hardee of Suwanee. Mr. Robson Farmer W. N. Garner, Tom Salient, I
Miss Bertha Bryan is attendingthe Baptist association, being held at that states that Hardee is a square, honest W. A. Gregory, and J. J. Woodall re- CHIROPRACTORPRONOUNCED :
Draughton Business College, at turned verdict for full nmount. John-
place this week. man and and that the
very popular II
Jacksonville, where she is taking af ston & Garrett for plaintiff. .
; State could not nave a better Speakerin ( I-RO-PRAC-TOR)
full business course. Captain S. A. Buck and his son, the chair. Last term ho was elected Mach Bros sued Grover |* JOHNSON BUILDING. :
j Lava .ette Buck, and the latter's family with fourteen for $200 in a dispute about hauling .
t Mrs. M. A. Sawyer, the mother of expect to leave their home, in and it is believed he will returnto fruit. Continued for term, DO as to Will be in Kissimmee Office from .8 to 11 o'clock, Mondays, Wednesdays 'r.:
arrived home
i Miss Helen Sawyer, Cape May, N. J., for Kissimmee in the chair this term with allow trial before court without jury. and __ 'f
Monday from Dallas, N. C., where she the next ten The will be practicallya Saturdays.The .
days. trip Johnston
unanimous &: Garrett, atorneys for
1 of her vote. If the Star cant only method to relieve disease is to remove the cause-this y
the summer as the guest made in the which Buck
spent car Capt. plaintiff. Crawford & Jarrell attor-
be : ,
for local
. a man, we propose the the Chiropractor does by scientific adjustments of the spinal nerves. "
son, G. G. L. Sawyer, and his family. recently purchased. The Captain is namo of Hardee for. re-election.- neys for defendant. Consultation and examination free.
a regular winter visitor here, having Lakeland Star. Empire Scale and Fixtures Com-
White and daughter, Miss
Bessie B. White, of White Heath, Ill., spent. a number of seasons in Kissimmee. pany sued H. M. McClam on a writ of IJooO OCI 0.0010100 0 0 O' 0 0 0010... . '01'00' ..... ,nI ;-
replevin for chairs used in Mack'srestaurant.
arrived in the city yesterday for their Holly Keeps His Shirt Intact. The case was intricate I;'

regular winter visit and arc located "Uncle Jack" Iambfrom Hatch- While many papers nre' tearing and involved other H. P. .. .. .
parties. -
-- -- .. - -- --
at their winter home at 522 Hughey neha Lake, was in Kissimmee last their paper shirts over the various Suhl, F. M. Bass, A. S. Nelson, W. A. tit v- v.q <11- oIt- -q Vq tIt- -q r+

"x street. Friday and Saturday, having come to candidates, we are not losing any Gregory, Tom Sallett, and J. J. Wood
town in response to an S. O. S. call sleep over of them. We have
any all were the jury. Johnston & Garrett,
Albinn. Smltn demonstrator
MiEs A Kissimmee tied ia
for his clergyman a BOOM
services as a horseselling'exrt torn our last garment in the interestof
for defendant, moved a directed ver-
for extension work ;in Osceola '
by' a dealer who brought k i car any politician. When they get an dict. Denied Verdict for 1r
by court.
divided !be.- attention betweenthe A and maid for marital
county, load of horses and mules. Mr. Lamb office, they ignore the man a a croote.
newspaper man defendant. Motion for new trial over-
clubs! of Whitt: r and Ke-
cunnirg with him herd of
brought a forty-five entirely and hereafter all
; they can ruled. Sixty days for filing bill of
i.ansville during" the pant week, re- cattle for J. F. O'er the billows of life
O'Berry.J. south and with the Everglades
go -
. turning to her home Thurnenv.! grow up exceptions. O'Bryan &: Pledger, at-
for all we care. After a man torneys for defendant.St. .
W. Miller of Kissiinmee and K. They did sail without strife.
Miss dart Hathaway ha* arrived McPherson of Edgewat r caw what is elected to office, and you have lost Louis Fish and Oyster Company -

,; from Hastings, Mich., and fvill spend they could cf the Jacksonville; Fall friends and business supporting him, sued K. R. Morris with McFar- The walking was good-for at Stanford' ia SHOOSE
the winter with her friend. MJ s. B. Festival and the opening (.f the great you can not even get a reply to an or- tand & Morris, for $400 damages. ,
M. Hall. Miss Hathaway win:be employed meat-packing plnrl\ of the Armour dinary business letter from him.- Case continued for prospective settle THEY ALWAYS FOUND
f as nssict.-nt in Dr. W. W. Car- I interests;, this wi ek. They Tin Liz- Sanford Herald. ment out of court. Attorneys for
r son's dental office. zied from Kissirnnce to Gainesvillefor CITY CONVENTIONOF plaintiff, Crawford & Jarrell. Attor- ,
the citrus seminar\ held there thin SUNDAY SCHOOLSThe neys for defendant good fit,
Clyde Bass of Kenansville was in week. After two clays in Gainesville H. Redgrave, ot Loughman, sued
R the city Monday. Mr. Bass has been McPherson's Tin Elizabeth did duty Kissimmoe Interchurch Sunday Charles Lamb of Kissimmr-c for $100 good style "
, trying his hand at making syrup this for tham;, to Jacksonville. Tho same School Convention for the last quar (grocery bill of $56.43)). Lamb claimed ,
year. lie says he will have about mechanism will lord them in Kis lm- ter of 1916 will be held Sunday, pct. a $40 credit. Verdict for $56.43 good quality.
j 600 gallons to market. mee tonight or early tomorrow. B. 29, afternoon and evening. for plaintiff was returned by jury
E. Evans, Uncle "Sam's agricultural State Field Secretary I. N. Halli- comprising J. W. Busby, J. E. Bowen
,} Good Housekeeping Magazineonly agent in Osceola day will attend this meeting and M. Cosner, W. F. Jones, Bert Baxter, a
county, accompaniedtl.o
if ordered
'- I $2 for two years for two now. tourists as far as Gainesville, make two addresses--one in the af- and A. S. Reed. Johnston &: Garrett, New Stocks of Autumn Shoes
Modern Priscilla, $1.50 years.
at Woman Ex- where he got ft and took an active ternoon, on "Great Points In a Good attorneys for plaintiff. G. F. Parker, ,
Leave orders
: your Teacher" the other in the attorney for defendant.
part in the seminar ceremonies. He ; evening, on
change. returned Thursday night. "The Mission of the Modern Sunday Mary Osborne (negro)-Aggravated Autumn Underwear Autumn w

C. N. Paver and family have arrived School. assault on "Pinkey" Bronson in ,
.. from CY'cinnati. Ohio, and are Vienna jewelers are --doing- flour- Other things to be included in the Kissimmce. A jury comprising C. F.
t located in their: pretty bungalow on ishing business with people who think program will be announced next woek. Walker, J. L. Reaves, A. W. Winn, Clothing Autumn Hosiery Au-
Mabbette street, where they spend gems a safe investment for their surplus W. K. Sargent, L. M. Williams, ;)nd J. ,
Tickling in the throat hoarseness
funds in these unsettled times. K. Woodall found her guilty. Sentenced -
i their winters. loss of voice indicate the need to one day in jail. Attorneyfor
-- tumn Hats (for Men) and Mis-
If you wish a demonstration of the If you have no glass rolling pin of BALLARD'S HOREHOUND( defendant, Z. Bass.
merits of Velvctine Toilet preparations that can be filled with ice, trying using SYRUP. It eases the lungs, quiets Fred Kelley-Aggravated assault
: -'phone 297, and our a big round bottle filled with ice. the cough and restores health. in the on an old negro named Weover in cellaneous Dry Goods.
. tative will arrange for an reyresen- bronchial tubes. Price 25c, 50c and Kissimmee; pleaded guilty; fined $25 ; {

CORNER DRUG STORE. To Cure a Cold la One Day $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Osceola and costs or thirty days at work .or
Pharmacy. county. Attorney for defense, John-
T.keLAXATIVK BROMO Quinine. It JilI.
'.. Will Simmons of the Partin settlement and Headacb and work off the.Iop.theC.b If the child ston &: Garrett. NO STORE HAS MORE ATTRACTIVE PRICES
starts in its
, I was in the city yesterday. Mr. refund moowy if it fall to cnr*. sleep, Frank McKee-Intent to injure or .
Simmons, who is an industrious farmer $. W. GROVB'B licnaturt pa neb boa. 2Sc.Wiper's grinds its teeth while sleeping, picksat defraud A. Rosen by obtaining sup-
the nose, has a bad breath fickle THAN >
4 had contracted a severe case of .. ,
1 poisoning in both hands, and appetite pale complexion, and dark 3:
came to town for medical treatment.A rings under thp' eyes; it has worms; I Wbeaever You Need a deacral Tonic t
Studio and as long a. they remain in the Tale drove's I H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
hair dressing: or massage by an I intestines, that child will be sickly. The Old Standard Orore'a Tasteless
't expert is a treat. We have arranged WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFHJGE chill Tonic is equally valuable as a ,
'' for the services of one for a limited clears out the worms, strengthens the General Tonic because it contains the .'
time. Thone 297 Mid wa will arrange Your Friends can buy anything; I stomach and bowels and puts the lit-. well known propertieaofQUININB "Old Reliable SUe Dealer el 0': U C..tyrr ,

4 an engagement for yon at no. you can give them--except your :tie one on the road to' health and and IKON.' It acts on tile Liver. Drives
exvense whatev.r. CORNERDRUGi photograph. Malta the ,Appointment cheerfulness* Price 25e per bottle. oat Malaria, Enriches the Blood ,and :
'I\ STORE. ; today. zuld b/O.ceola Pharmacy. BoOds up the \Vuote UysUm 90 cents.l ,

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lass will I b4 a party to it by supporting I I by not giving it to them as I.would by
FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE' TAKE A TONIC AND BE [ Nominee him. I shall vote AS' A basely surrendering it now In a political .
DEMOCRAT and as a citizen. who Is crime. At least, I shall be glad
against corrupt politics, for S. J. to know that 1 have kept my leI .re- !

: 1 EXAMINATIONS.I .1 I j men who are Cats on Nov...7. i I spect as a man_and my principles!! asa

SURE IT IS A GOOD .- Two years in the future must takecare Democrat
Is no of itself. If at .that time the].I So here goes for Rev. Sidney J.
--- let the Demo Democrats of this State and this Catts for Governor of Florida. Every
The United States Civil Service I and sub county do not need my vote becauseI voter who wants justice and what is
Commission announces the following us into line take this stand for justice and real best for Florida should say likewise. .
examinations. Applications and information ENTIRE BODY MUST BE support the Democracy, well and good. I will G. P. WOODALL.
may be obtained from the FLUENCED ( ) will be debar live just as long and more happily Kisiimmee,. Fla. hUGH
of Civil Seivioo Examiners
Secretary, Board !
primary two .
at any'first or second class -

post Fifth office Civil, Service or from District the Siscrttary, Atlanta,, The Miracle Medicine Used !I Democratic per I CAlOMElMAKES( YOU SICK.DON'T : *

Ga. Thousands In This primary, ana

Gas Inspector. City .. of the .
Oct. 31, 1916. Salary $1,800. Vacancies I of the Dihio-' STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED
In Oklahoma and elsewhere. I Committee. ,
Competitors not assembled, for examination I The welfara>of mankJnd I I I of Democrats
but rated on education experience that th jr ou\d be supplied as the Demo
and thesis. High school education nourlitimont and 'toil can only be June primary. "DidsM's Urn To.." Will Cleii Poor Your druggist or dealer sells yhu aGo
and one year's experience in throuperf..t/ digestion. It Is I better than cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Ton
measuring !gas at wells required. Age?I huw much we eat. but how. much I must be Slnggs Liver Better Thin Calomel under my personal guarantee that it-
> I
I. rilK
20-45. Application\ form 2118.Supervisor : ,When digestion l Is bad, the I I ] get'to be sin- aid Cap Not SilhiU.Calomel will clean your sluggish liver better thua"
because tKv calomel it won't, make sfefl f
and Assistant system Buffers. jetting/ back to B nasty ; you
Supervisor In Grain Inspection.Oct condition of mind and body can ) bench ? All makes you sick ; you I lose a.ay's and you can eat. anthing you want
be had In many cases by the ] are not work. Calomel Is and without being salivated. Your druggist
:31. 191( Salary $2..!>(W-V) : They are
Fftcv-n it salivates; calomel' injures your liver.If guarantees that each spoonful will start
600. $1KOO-$2,400. Mic-inc'ies If a tonic treatment Is selected. : of Florida you are bilious; fuel lazy sluggish; I liver, clean' bowels and
your jour
in of Aenculturc. Competitors tonic which him good in the -
Department must heI. a t pri ,
and all knocked out if your bowels are i iI straighten by Taunting or you
for examination you up
not assembled !- fluence on the entire digestive ; or overturn-
l hut rated on education. cxnTi- Many tonics stimulate digestion ) I constipated and your head aches orstomach get jour money hack. Children gladly
ence fitness, and thesis or publica do not aPrc-ct the InteHtliial m tract I I I Osceola coun I is sour, ;lust take a spoonful of take Dcxjoon's Liver Tone because it is
harmless ) sLiver Tone instead
tions. Seven yearn' experience in inspection that portion of the body, through : ( Florida, I am I..f pleasant tailing and dooHn't gripe or
and grading of /frnin.. or college t the food passes after It leaves I, refuses to using lIi"kenlnsalivatin calomel. or make them sick.
Doclson's) Liver cramp
stomach Ah"ut three-fourths of Tone is real liver medicine -
graduation ni.d' three ynrs' experience fraud. Much I millions of bottles orIVxlHon'n
digestion takes |ililrc lifter the I I You'll know it next' morning because -
required. Age 22-5.1. Announcement leaven the xlomarh Therefore, : I you will wake up furling fine, Liver; Tone to> people who have

d giving full information value. of Andes The Miracle i I I '' >..N't <'01 HP. jouc )liver will be working, jour headache found that thin pleasant' ,..MH/etaMo liver
and application Form I 11SJ; upon re-I cine." iu a tonic ran hp plainly .... I ] 1.\, MrtIK I and dizziness jon,>, jour M'Omfich medicine take (the jilarc nf quest.! when. It IH known. that thin .. ] .._ will he towels You
.. nl the sweet and! reirular. Itu\ one but tIn on in}' .111111.!,
Assistant Marketing: Grade I. IH designed to relieve the entire ". a ml..>prop.!-. will feel like working You'll he cheerful reliable' Kuurautcu. Ask jour druggist;
: $1.R09$2,400.Four tinal tract RH well 'its the kidneys t / : ; l ",'n that It IK ; full of eoprO''iw/ >r and ambition. about me.INSURANCE .
Nov. 7, HIlt Salary I liver Hy HtlmulatinK these organs "' .-d. J II,
of AKriculture. I \ \ :: ::[ :; ::
vacancies in Department activity It relieves conntlpatlon i the estnte of
Competitors not assembled low skin backaches and that : to mnki' al'-| ,oooo o oioOOOOOOOO 4 OOO.
for examination hut rated on education feellnic" which usually comes from i | t Judge his offlr nf ""In-
s experience fitness, and thesis dlnordered condition of these t .." .'.., In sold It I
4 Experience! in connection with the I Andes In valuable as a stomach I day of :No- and REAL ESTATELet
marketing of grain seed or hay. or Intestinal tonic Tt relieve ... i authority IntrnHt to

with grain elevator required. ARC after eating, cure Indigestion the said minor
25-45. Announcement and I peptila. gas and bloating It j : r [ : described real us insure your Life, your Health, your Property.
apPli'a-1 food for the nerves and I County:
tion Form 2118 on request. .
healthy sleep Thousands In ..I quarter| or Information in regard to property for
.. ..,
Investigator of Warehousing.Nov. and vicinity use no other tonic I IMP.a .cll.. thlrt\-.
i '
\ \' ((2S> sale and rent cheerful'y given.In .
7, 1916. Salary $2.400-$1,000. ISM east.
Four vacancies in Department of Agriculture Andes Prescription the I quar-
( Iw.'"- addition to fifteen other good companies we
'+ Competitors not assembled] Medicine, is now on sale in Kis ( t""t-'I"hl ,
for examination, but rated on education m.-p, bv the Corner )Drug Store, < > lint of the now represent the well known
experience and thesis. Experience exclusive agents. I the northeast
(I5))I. township|
in management of train, tobacco ( > rung twent\- HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of-New York
25- The.Tribunal of Last I III I ,, nl th.
or wool warehouse required. Age "
45. Announcement and applicationS hp TrorlhWfKl. Di. c -_ W.E .G: TERSecond :
st of
i quart t
S 2118 on request. During the last few weeks we i < I | of ....ttlofi Mix"
II floor Citizens Bank I
I Klssimmce: fla.oOo
Investigator In : Ix .261* south Eldg. .
heard i' m<>id Table allusion to \
!! and l
; i run
Poultry and Egg Handling. : thugs settled by "tho tribunal of I M4HIII..1.| H I I"C" OI"t." l south ""
Nov. 8, 191B. Salary $1,200-$1,800. : i t I dt w i Hi HI 1- -
Vacancies in Department of Agricul.L The phrase has been so abused I I | , ..r I.L1 I 'i- elms, -
til have lost Right of the """.",, nf
many ( |
ture. Applicants must be college al. It occurs to the minds of I t ,.t''"" six ,
,, graduates. Age 2135. Announcement ) south ni. >
that the term applies to some body Ih"1
and application] Form l.)12:) on I t t I
/tti request. men by whatever process choi 1 : \ixKru-till. nf- I The favorite Store of Kissimmee I
V who agree or disagree: on opinions. ,
: Ik. minor
r. u
Advanced Apprentice Draftsman. These men are looked upon I

X ; Nov. 8, 1916./ Salary $700. Vacancies learned ]lawyers, although their -- --
in Navy Department. High tion to office is as often a streak
school students or graduates preferred. political luck as a choice from abil -

Examination consists of mathematical and impartiality.The FURNITURE ?
G and drawing tests Age 17- fact that a bunch of men I
21. Application Form 1312. this renders so few
I opinions, and the added fact that
;y Junior Fuels Chemist often reverse themselves does

Nov. 8-9, 1916. Salary $1,200-- minimize the devotion of some I
500. Vacancies at Pittsburgh Pa., and to the dogma of the infallibility
elsewhere. Graduation from technical these demigods-especially if the I' fi WE HAVE IT !
} college a requirement. Trainingin devotees have an idea"that this
physical and organic chemistry ne- vial infallibility may some day I
t'1 cessary. Age 20 or over. Form 1312. able, by technicalities which those r'r.
which it inheres may adopt, to
Junior Drainage Engineer.Nov. otherwise impossible fortunes

8, 1916. Salary $960-$1,400, themselves. Yet the truth la connection with Hardware line
and expenses when in, the field. Vacancies that technicalities more often our ws cany a complete
K in'' Department of Agriculture. i to keep back truth and merit than .Ii.. of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting home, an j ,
Th position affords prospect of pro bring them out. < handle reliable '
1 motion to $3,000 per annum. Graduation But the aforesaid devotees are : .
9iAl in civil engineering and four: error." The tribunal of last resort
years' experience required. Age, under NOT made up of men of their Bed Room Furniture Dining
r 80.. Application Form 1812. I but of farmers merchanta, )

Assistant In Marketing Grad ics, salesmen machinists, Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-
laborers, and any and all who a
Nov. 8, 1916. Salary $1,200-$1,800. bine to make that great class
i. Three vacancies in Department of up lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
beings known as the people, or, ,
; Agriculture. College graduation, or
critically speaking, ''the common of the
and four
1 high school education yehrs'w Couches Etc.
experience in grain, hay or seed marketing A distinguished American poet ,
21-36. An-
t required. Age will
said that no Question is ever
nouncement and application, Form
until it is settled right.
r 4 1312 on request No question concerning; the can This store is makiaf a record for itself in the. matter ef

Assistant Market Milk Specialist. is erer settled right until the helping people to eutfit !borne Come a.d.... Our prices are
Nov. 8. 1916. Salary 144011740. themselves settle it-which they riPLI
y. Four vacancies in Department of Ag- fail to do in the end. be
riculture. College graduation and one If the people are to be merits
year's experience! in some phase of then it is for the people, the
1; market milk work required. Age 20- and only earthly tribunal of last. will I
# 45. Announcement and application sort, to say who shall govern them.If TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
;- Form 1312 on request. the people are to be taxed it :: !
themselves who to
the people are
,.S Assistant in Cotton Grading.
who shall tax them.If No matter what kind of an Engine have Gas Steam
yea ,
Nov. 8 1916.
I Salary $1,200-$1,600. the people's money is to be
I Three vacancies in Department of then let the people say who is Railroad or Stationary Engine-we nave exactly the Tools yen

1 Agriculture. Two years recent experience spend it for them and how it need in year everyday WOrk-Wrencket, Hammers, Oilers, etc,

,1 required. Age 21-40. Application I be spent. all of the best quality and workmanship, and at price that wiD
Form .
I 1312. .1.1 tri''nal of last resort ill4 '
: ; Assistant Inspector of Hull Material. people. They are entitled to $ surprise ,.oa. This store!>> has the reputation ef handling only

Nov. 8, 1916. Salary $4.48 per they want. However sure a hardware that is of superior quality and yea will make no mistake
diem. Age 21 or over. Vacancies in man may be that the salvation of in coming here NOW and intpectinf oar big itock.
Navy Department'', Announcement commonwealth depends upon his

?\1: i and application Form 1312 will be tinuity in office that )is a question show that
j\ sent on request. the people to pass upon and not -

: Laboratory Assistant aspirant.fhe Index would beg to refer aaphalts-

> Qualified in Petrography. who depend upon the alleged It is then Osceola Hardware Company
Nov. 8. 1916. Salary $1,180 per al of last resort" that it were y yS175
i: annum. Va'ancies at Pittsburg, Pa., for them to refer their .
;r: and elsewhere. Applicants must be for adjudication to that other

11. college graduates or senior students greater trijiunal], and not pass it
;": in courses in mineralogy and petro- in their efforts to seek red res!: at nll. and -
::_ graphy.. Age 20 or over. Application hands of the creatures of that to -- -
'It Form 1312. tribunal. ( 00000004000000oooooooooooooo.oo ooooooocooo oo ooo.

--FJ'', Assistant In home' The great jiry of the people which u
i'e Demonstration Work. (Female.) generally bo depended upon to outlives

) !. Nov. 14, 1916. Vacancy in the Department der a righteous verdict, and woe '
that man who dare not submit TAMPA
of for
: Agriculture, women
l'\' ", only. Cornpetitors not assembled for case to them! i roll $ /
'. OJ : examination but rated on education, The Index believes in the people.l.ake I tho
I i? experience, and thesis. Graduation City (Fin.) Index.
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,ii.f i from school of domestic science or 10 CENT "CASCAR S" AND RETURN
:$t :. from normal school, including such
OR shingles:
f course, in addition to experience in
F home demonstration work or teaching building,
.&k of home economics required. Age For Sick Headache Sour smallest Oct. 15th 16th and'17thI. \
2541. Announcement and applica- Sluggish Liver and Bowels-

r' ; tion Form 2118 on request. Salary Werk While lou Sleep ACCOUNT OF : :
"j $1,800-$2,200. - world

_,,' Clerk Draftsman. Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, type of
Confederate Veterans' I
Nov. 22-23, 1916. Salary 01,200. gestion, Sallow Skin and Reunion
1$ iq1 Vacancies in Land Office Service. Headaches come from a torpid
and clogged bowels which
s ) Examination includes drawing, lettering -
and surveying. Age 18 or over. your stomach to become filled ..-.

r. k Application Form 1312. ferments undigested like food garbage, which in COOTS a a.eebas Oct. 17, 18 and 19 .. '

,. K Rodman and Chalnman. barrel. That's the first step'"

f, Salary $720-$1,080 per annum, and untold misery indigestion, Tickets limited to reach original starting point by '
expenses when absent from headquarters. gases, bad breatn, yellow midnight October '';
r. ;
Vacancies in the Interstate mental fears, everything! that i 22nd.
;.i Commerce Commission. Excellent opportunities horrible and nauseating. A VIA .c
r \ for promotion. No edu. caret tonight will give your
rational examination; applicants ratedon stipated bowels a thorough
physical ability, training and experience. ing and straighten von out in Atlantic Coast Line
1 \ Applications for this examination morning. They work while :

D' may be filed at any time. seep10ce.t] : box froig ; Standard Railroad of the South
,,;*'AK. -18-2I) Announcement and ap- dpuggiit, will keep you feeling Ii) '. t j jI.
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; jitiululu stills I'uuuuuuuui FHc-ola County,. Stat. o/ Florida, on State Constitution 'relating; io:tax**
Florida Farmers Invited To Meeting tloo .
Tuesday next succeedingthe ant and finance.B
: Monday. In November A... O. Ult the It Resolved by the Lecl-latare.' ef'
t '.' Legal said. Tuesday being the th. State ot Florida: '
I Of, Federal rpILjanBoardWalhi *ev.nlSi Uar .f NeTesakw. That the following amendment ot
!: : For United StateSenator from the faction I of Article P of the Constitutors -
:I: Advertisements : State of, Florida for alz. years! from of the Stat.. relating "taxation
March 4, .iB17. and nnance !I. hereby agreed to and
&'ton.' D. C., Oct. 18,-(Cor.respondcnce. borrow; and any other fact that will For Six (I) Presidential Electors. *' nail be submitted to the elector or.
.)-A hearing of .great give the board understanding: of .55 us is ii.- -ii . . For one Representative: of the the State for adoption or rejection at

importance to the farmen'and farm the farm need of the state. 4 ivoIcE. fourth Congressional District of the the next general aIL :1I hereaftorilat
4' 1 State of Florida In the Sixty-fifth Congress Is to eay, P of ArtU
I.\ organizations of Florida will be' held The new federal farm-loan act provides Notice U hereby given' that on Saturday of the United States .1.) I of the Commotion\ of the "tat.
( Vjlvvf V d In Jacksonville on Oct. 26 by the.Fed a way for the farmer or prospective the Ssh day oroctober.; For Oovernor of the State of FlorId&: be amended to read a. follow
A..A.D..lUl For of Btate oC the "Section *. There shall be
at the hour of .0:00 Secretary' State exempt
eral Farm Loan Board. farmer to borrow on C
GARDEN & money the court house at Tltusville of Florida. from taxation property to the value of
,FIELD This hearing is for the purpose ofretting long-time mortgage at actual cost;; County, Florida the annual, Brevard meeting For Attorney General of the Stat. of Ive hundred dollar to every widow :
.. information to guide the The the ma- of the owner. of the lands situated In rlorlda. hat has a family dependent on her for
QUESTIONS AMSWHUD! IMMEDIATELY the Upper St. Johns I For Comptroller of the Stats of support, and to every person who !. ..
board in the boundariesof to be Drainage. District
BY NAIL determining chinery assembling capital will be held for the Florida. bona tide resident of the State and haa
\ MRS. N M.G.PRANOB. D.'T Mo*. the twelve federal land bank districts .. loaned to farmers or prospective farm: one member of the purpose Board of of Super electIng For Treasurer. of the State of lost a limb or been disabled In war or
into which the 1 I. to be visors. who shall 1 be Florida. b r misfortune.A .
iia WlLSOX t TOOMEft FEP.TI111BH, COMMMf country owners. a land owner of -For Superintendent of Publlo Instruction
rr .lAC F.... divided for the administration of tho Th. loana may run up to 60 percent said three district years and to to serve succeed for the J. N.term Wblt-of of the State of Florida. Joint Resolution proposing> << an

I new rural credits law known as the of the value of tho land used a* ncr now a member of said Board For Commissioner of Agriculture. of amendment Sections S, S and 4 ot

PINEAPPLES"Can federal farm-loan.. The session security and 20 par cent of the value whose term of office explirs on said the For State Two of justices Florida. of the Supreme State Article of VII Florida of the Constitution relating to csnsuo of the.

will be held in the federal building at I of the improvements. The loans will day, as and to transact such other baseness Court of the State of Florida.. and apportionment. .
Smooth Cayenne pineapples may properly come before said For One Commissioner of B. It Resolved the
Jacksonville. be made at a low rate of interest not meeting Railroad by Legislator of

"be grown successfully1' as far north as The members of the Federal Farm yet determined but it will bo less At such election each: and every acre the For State State of Senator Florida for. 19th Senatorial the That State the following or Florida amendments: to p

shade ?" Loan Board who will conduct this than Provision is made of land In the district shall repre.ent '
A. with out 6 per cent. share District of the State of Florida. The Constitution of the Stat. of Florda ,
hearing are William G. McAdoo I for the borrower to off the debt one and each owner shall be entitled For One Member of the House of fee, and tho same are hereby
ANSWER: There are certain ]locations 1 pay to one vote In person or by proxy of to. and the shall Irrt
Representative the State ot Flor same be. ..
in the section mentioned that (Secretary of the Treasury), GeorgeW. interest and principal through periods In writing duly signed for every acre ida. th e electors of the State at the teneral
Norris (Farm Loan Commiocion- of from five to forty years at his of owned by said owner in said For:: County Judire.. lection In lilt, for rat I neat Ion or. rejection ,,
freer from frost damage than I For SherifT.For : .. \
are ) Herbert Quick Captain W. S. A. option. ,
own\ The
er)1 "person receiving: the ,.
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Section S of Article VII I. ...
litany other places considerably farther Smith and Charles E. Lobdcll. This legislation is expected to number of votes at said .. tlo'.I: ;shall For Prosecuting Attorney.For mended so .. to' read a. follows hereby: .

north but generally speaking The board has issued an invitationto 1, prove a great boon to those sectionsof be Dated declared elected as said Supervisor County Assessor of Taxes "The Legislatures- shall con
; this fifth of October 1818.
day For Tax Collector.For vene In the year of JIlt and thereafter
all farmers and farm organizations the country where farm develop-
it is far north to By order of the Board of Supervls- hall consist of \
pretty attempt County Superintendent of Public one member of the> ,
of Florida to attend this hearing to ment has been retarded because of 01 Instruction.. Senate from each county la the State, ...
growing pineapples without protec get information about the operation high interest rates and it i i. predictedthat Attest Sral) FRANK L, BILLS. For County Surveyor.For and or one member Of the House of

tion. Cold seems to hurt pineapples of the farm-loan act, and to supplythe it will tend to make agricultural 11. 1.: lIW1J'G..As.istant. rr-.ld.nt. :: Three Five; .County Members CommissionerFor of: the the RepresentatIves State for from ten each thousand county of In
County every
according to the size of the plants, board with information about the prosperity permanent and uniform.stabilize 1 Bccretary. Board of Public Instruction.For tonulatlon therein or the major frao- "
those growing on large plants being farm-loan needs of the state. It has and equalize interest rates, I I P. A. VANS AGNEW Justice of the Peace In and for Ion thereof'where there may be a m". ,
less injured than the smaller ones also asked interested cities to pre- and greatly improve the condition of Attorney for the Board. 48-lt the following Justice Districts, via: jar fraction left over after dividing?
and NOR. 1 3 5, 4. 6, 6. 7. S. the whole number of population of the
but this difference is quite slight sent their claims for the location of the farmer. In Circuit ('o.rC. *..(. of ......rl.a.8e"e. For Constable In end for the following county Ythtte number thousand.
is nothing that could be really counted one of the twelve federal land banks. The nation-wide interest in the pro- .... Jndlclal Clrrnlt." Osceola Justice Districts. vis: No. 1, S. S, Provided, each .h.n'; shall have

on in locating a .pineapple field. Farmers will be asked about pro- visions of the bill is indicated by the t..ty. la (: ..cer7 4, 6 .6.testimony. 7. fIn Whereof. I have hereunto itt all.t one Representative have more than and three thaO I

The reason the Smooth Cayenne is so vailing rates of interest on first-mort fact that more than 100,000 inquiries H. M STEEN Complainant set my hand and affixed, the Great n..r..nrallv.* In the House of Rrp'nrntatlvps. -
much more commonly grown than gage loans; the difficulty of getting 1 have come to the Treasury Depart- vs.ANNA. Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee Tho members of th. '.
some other varieties is that it is ahighpriced of commissions ment for information about it. Secretary nOYFH ANn CHARLES K. the Capital this the twent) House or Representatives shall beelected
extensions the rate
; >BOYISH> : l Ueff-ndnnti. tO day of August A. U. 1916 for a term of two years and
fruit and people can bet- charged ; the development of farms as McAdoo predicts that the It aiipcnrlnic\ l>y afTldnvIt appended ter afford to protect it. Personally affected by credit; farm tenantry as banks will be established and readyto to the hill tiled In the nhnvti-statcit Secretary of State for a term of four years. x-
would want to risk setting loans 1917. cause IhAt Anna foyer and Charles }oJ. To L H Ingram Sheriff of OnceolaCounty rpt us hereinafter provided The ..1.c-
we not affected by the ability of tenants to make early in 8ft-2nio lon for momhers for each branch shall 'I
.. Hoyer the I defendantH t therein named
out "pines" far north without pro- IV h. time and .
so -------- -- - are nonn-sldentH t>f the Mate of Klor- I (1Ht'IT COt'HT. STATE OF At Jhe name places. Tb.t
tection; for, though it might I be all -i Ida. niul urt r.I right several) one cannot tell Federal Official Will It is the greatest economy to purchase Illinois. and ale ovt'r the nKe of twen- I Jlu.t'. 'I'''. OlC'I<1"'." ('OtlNT I9U shall expire on the first Monday
years, '
In April. 118 The term of office of
the best ones are I U'
spices; poor I -oiii \ i HTH. It IM thi ri-fore orderncl that
when a seriouH cold 'might come. Bar and Blacklist Fake adulterated. i,hi noiiri-Hlileiit, ilefendnnts he and are enRtors. \ elected In t18 from the following .
usually '
heribv sight A M all Company. counties. to-wt.| ; Kirambta.ladndcn .
t" to the hill
CAKK OK }'OUN'Ci TnF$! Farm Loan Associations Split a clQthespin down the center, of Ix-foro rnmplnlnt I 1 I I nlcd I In appear,,,1.1| | cause on or a 4'tirnorellon misting under..orsranlaedn theInwn I nycttl-. ,Taylor Jackson. Columbia.l rnn. Mftdlson.Nassau j I>.ual a-- ,i

"My 2-year-old trees have been and you have a good tool for scraping \tmbvi, .Mundiiy..\. 1). I 1116 the ottifrulKe nih day the of No-al1"Kntlo" 1- nf the "..te efFlorida. ", Marion Sumter. Jefferson. :l...., '

greatly neglected over two summers, of th officer of the pans and kettles. of BIIId hill ,,11h"| | taKen HHronfe ComplainantS ?tonre.I l'utnamrptflRn., HamiltonAl-. ,
At a meeting <<:? ..pK'l ".. v olma. Drnward. Liberty, lIerflaidol'inellas '
though they had pretty good care in Federal Farm Loan Board in Washington It IH hU'II..r l h x sal,o".rt'tI it d..f11".nt.Hint this order J. It. (.r....* Jr.. Grace ; Hrcvard Palm Beach andLevy .

the winter .._sons. Last sumner has I). C., on Oct. 14, it was decided I.luhI.11t\ ) ] d (one a week fur, fourcnnseiutlM The Hlrnnnr'lampn C.ea.Hardwaret his wife, In April, Khali. 1921 expire; all other on the Senators first Monday to bolocted I .1/'
been hard on them. I want to .get known that weeks In the KlnRlmmeeVallej . rl In
to make it publicly omnany. n Corporation.and the > ear JUS their terms of ItI'!
them in snap- Can you outline gen- the federal government will quash salt. ) (n..7..t.< 'iuintHiid<. a newiipnper state. publlnlivdIn Krama F. It. ('.mp- moo Rhall expire on the first Monday .
eral care ? Tell me what to spray for Thin l> .tiilxT' : bell. Defendants. n April. 192S All members of the
any wild-cat schemes promoting I i II ii. 111RPlrcult 'Toune of Representatives elected at 'I.' ,
with and when to spray <*.nd also farm-loan associations.In ( J. I. (OVKRSTUKnT. It appearing by affidavit appendedto .he general election In 1911. their term .'
about fertilizing and cultivation.; order that a land bank may be Court HHKM Seal fli-rk Clicult. Court.Z the bill I filed In the abovestatedcause .,f office shall expire on tho first Mon-
A Milton I
ANSWER: We sending you I that Emma. V. R Campbell one day In April. 1921 and thereafter the .
under .
legitimate and come strictly I SulliltotM for Complainant 42-fit of the flifelidanls( thertlli naniei]. I. a term of office of all members of the '
printed directions for general cure the provisions of this act proceeds notir<.Hldent. of the state. of Florida, and louse of Representatives. shall com-
of young trees. It is most Importantthat from the sale of stock must be usedto in <>!-' i-t III.ICATIO-V. In R resident. of tho City! of Morris- ,npnce on the first ;Tuesday after thomt .
State of Wew the Monday In next succeeding 4
havc town Jersey over April
good care--
young groves lend to farmers and not to pay to In Ifcr C Irpnlt Court of C..<. Seventh age ot years; It la therefore 'he ejection At the general electionn LJ\
not much work over summer, for stir- promotion schemes. [ESPECIALLY( ADAPTED[ Judicial Irrult nf the !I..<. of ordered that said nonresident defendant 1020 and thereafter all Senators. toe \

ring the ground unadvisable; but The government will bear all pro I Florida la and for. OnerolaItiMBty. be and she Is hereby" requiredto I> elected shall be elected, for a termf i
the right amount of fertilizer and In t asncery.XV appf I ar to the bill of complaint filed four years, the term to begin on the I
motional and organization expensesin in said cause on or before Monday, ''Ir..t Tuesday After. the first Monday. InVprtl 0 .
good and heavy mulching. Uicat care forming farm-loan associations and I For Your I.. I onner, ilf. :) the 6th day of November A. I). 1916 of the following year except \ ;
should l be taken to kocp young trees land banks. So it is absolutely- >. : Foil) 1)1 J\-RCE. otherwise the allegations of said bill hat when a new county Is created. (h.
free fro insects. You I Until i S Honner IteRiiiindentIt will be taken as confessed by said defendant Legislature. shall at that. time fix the \ ,.
say your
)n neocssary for farmers to subscribe to I I n..1...a rinK hy evidence appended 'length of the term of the lint Senator '
trees are thus free: then you rave sort of fund for these purposes. State lo the 1U1] filed In ntxivo Htated cnuHn II I IA further ordered that this order '0 be elected therefrom at two or four j'1I>;
no occasion to spray. If they become 1 any So money-collecting promoter :that H.iltle I S Honner. Kesponileiit be published once a week for four con- .ears. with the end In view of Iceep- "'1/\/
infested with either scale or whitefly, any I (therein ?;iRm .I will be barred from entering a farm- Stat.. of lorldfi and..n renldent of Medina. Gazette, a newspaper published In '>alanc with the number of the new.'* \
.you should spray with miscible 011'1 loan organization and his name will : Stat of Ohio, and In i over the alp aid. County and State. Section S of Article VII of the Constitution Jt
Young trees are Very subject to l be blacklisted. : of menuoneearn, and that them In. This 20th day of September 1916. la hereby ,amended so a* to :(
tacks of scale particularly when they I I no pi'rBon In thi". State the service. of J. L OVER8TREET.Clerk : end as follows*
Duping Farmers. Yttk1 FreeOar.Inttroc F nuhpocna. upon whom would bind such Circuit Court. "The regular session of the Leirlsla-' .if,
ore neglected; so we would advise 1 respondent. (Circuit Court Seal) Lure that shall meet In 117 shall apportion ;::1
that you make sure you are right in I This action has been taken to puta It I IH. ordered that. said non-resident CLARKE KNIGHT. I the representation In the ,
.... this Impression-that they: are free stop to th Price List __ _ \ .
to appear to the Hill of Complaint .article provided which apportionment
to the officials I
from insect troubles. Being so far I are, according filed In "aid cause on or before based upon the last census ta-
south and particularly if you areon I of. the board duping farmers in Monday the tllh day of November sEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. STATE kt; lIbbe the State of Florida or by the ,. 1 1Unlt.f
the southeast aide of the lake it i several sections ot the United States.A . SEND FOR laid, otherwise the allegations of said OF i"l.O5tllA.-l5 TIlE < IHCUITCOUIIT : States, whichever Is the last ,
is sent to Hill will he taken as confessed by said FOil OHCKOI.A COUNTY .ken. In the several counties of the. .
may be safe to fertilize now; but, smooth-tongued agent respondentIt. -IN CHANCKHV. State and those that shall meet every .
generally speaking it is too late to the homes of the farmers of a certain THEM TODAY Is further ordered that this Order ten years thereafter hall apportion t
be advisable and should wait I section, and they are told that if they he published. once a week for four consecutive RILL TO qUIET TITLE. 'he representation In the Home of '
you weeks In the KlHftlmmee. fpresentatlves In the manner In this f.
until the 1st of February, for the will purchase a certain amount of" Icy Gazette a newspaper. published In T. B. L.t..... Cossplalannt. trtlcle provided which apportionment ,;.
growth on young trees should behardened stock in a "farm loan association, IN SEED 0): said county and state vs. nail be baaed upon the last census
so as to be as little as pos this association when organized, will J. I... OVKR8TRKRT, All parties elalmlng an Intrrrmt numeration taken by the State of ::1i\\
I under MrlenVla ,
S Clerk Circuit Court. lorlda, or by the United States which e
sible affected by cold spells. loan his money. The .plan is to sell JACKSONVILLE. FLA. This Oct. 2. 1916 42-41 gina or 1. II. Jenkins. o>- ver I I. the last taken next before the X'
I him a $50 share of stock for $100. Out <*en en er otkerwlHe. Inlands Legislature oo apportioning] the representation -
which the farmer I described I. the Bill convene" 1 t
HAY of the pays
AMMONIA: CONTENT OF money i I.ANI TITLE NOTICE: of "Kindly tell me the ammonia con- over, half goes to the promoting expense rmtm. Is hereby amended so a* to "
i and the remainder is said to be .... TO THE FLORIDA INVESTMENT -end as follows: !
tent of mixed hay-mostly grasses, I divided tho agents who have., COMPANY. and to all whom It may ORDER FOR KKHVICH BY PUBLICATIOIT. "When any now county. I. sr.ated'by' J
including sandspurs, with some beg- among concern: Legislature. It shall bs entitled tor J
garweed. I want to get at the actual done the fleecing. W TAKE NOTICE! That on the Uth day one Senator and one member of tho-
This action of the board .in ruling of September, A. D. IUh-o petition was It appearing from the sworn Bill ofComplaint House of Representatives until th.
\ fertilizer value. of its nitrogen con- association which baa had filed by Octavla N.: ., ErnestK. : flIed in the above stated next enumeration' provided for la Sec- ;i: .
tent." at any & You don't have Brown and Horace R. Brown In the case, that there are persons claimingan Ion I, of this article that shall". bo
t, ANSWER: The analyses-] **.-gras.s, any promotion expense will not be to'I" Circuit Court Osceola County In Chancery Interest In the property whose taken after the creation of the said.
chartered il intended to a stop a College to ..tafllsh his title to the following names and place of residence are un new county or until' the next census I
ee., are taken generally to determine to the false 'farm loan described lands In said County: known over the age. of twenty-one enumeration that shall bo taken by
_tfood! value; therefore the nitro- immediately or even an The East half and the Southeast years and that there, Ino person In tie. United States of America after the
genbus compounds are given in protein association scheme. a :t'iJ.'nethtt Southwest. quarter ot the State of Florida upon whom the creation of the amid now county whichever ;
Work.It farmer to get ) In Township Twenty- service. of a Subpoena in this Case shall the taken after. ,
Swindlers at
-*- which, as you probably know is r.... seven (27) South. Range Twenty-nlnti would be binding tiecreation or said new county when
six and one-fourth times as much as has also come to the attention of with (29) East and to re-establish lost It Is therefore der..d that all parties ;It shall bs entitled I to one member of
the nitrogen content; or, in other the board that swindlers are at workin f crops i deed. claiming" an Interest. as heirs, leaatees. ;- he House or Representatives. for every
Now on the 18th devisees or grantees under or
appear thousand the
on population or major
words, general protein compounds are various parts of the country selling day of 'W ::'nlru A. U. 1916. In said through Helen Wiggins or L. B Jenkins fraction thereof the same a. otherountles. I f
supposed to contain about 16 per cent alleged land-bank stock to needy .irrnorJrr'Fertilizers Court and do hereafter as! required by deceased, or otherwise, be andappear .. ." ;
The of the legumes them that if ttion. \ application, said pe to the said Hill of Complaintnled f' .
they b'\.k:
protein farmers
nitrogen. :
I promising shall as confessed and at the office of the Clerk of the. V Joint Resolution proposing an .
runs around 15 per cent; of the ordi- buy this stock the company will be the title and at'n.1r said petitionersshall Circuit Court at Kleslmmee Osceola amendment to Section 1 of Arlcte VI 'r
nary grasses, about 7 per cent. You organized as a joint-stock und bank be decreed : established accordlnfr > County Florida. on or before the Rule of the Constitution of the State of
that to the prayer of said petitioners day In January next, the same being Florida as amended by Joint Resolution .'
will therefore roughly under the of the farm
see, 1 provision new and you will be forever barred the let day of January A. D 1917 Elsethis No. 1. Act. of 181. relating .1/
speaking, you could calculate on 2V4 an act. from disputing the same Hill will be taken as confessed suffrage and ellnlbllltyHe .
per cent nitrogen in the ,hay from 1 In every particular the farm loan 30th Sept 1816J It Is further ordered that this order It Resolved by the Legislature of ,I,
leguminous and less than l'/t board will the organizationof : 0ur48SPedalbranclS- I. OVERSTRKKT.: he published once each' week fortwelve the State of Florida: !I ,
crops examine Clerk of the Circuit Court O ceol& consecutive' weeks ,In the Xisslmmee -
per cent nitrogen in the hay from loan associations throughout the rl':4 are designed to get 1i County Florida Valley. Qaxette a newspaperpublished -pctlon That. I the of Article following VI of amendment the. Constltu-to 1'1.
grass crops. Since 1 per cent aclual country before banks will be locatedin 4Z-2t Hy S. H Hullock P C. and of general circulation In ,lon of the State of Florida be and II
nitrogen equals 1.214 per cent am- different cities and the same high! blggestposslbleprofitinthebandsof- OHcnola u..rht.. County. 1917 prior to the said Jan- the same Is hereby agreed to and shall .

monia, these figures would run approximately I standard of reliability will be required ;: 1'Ii C'CIt UT OK C'CH'\ITV .I"ntH<1. OS- Wltni-Hs my hand and the seal ot h. ..ubmlJtf.d. to the electors of this
t the
Mtat'' nt general election In 1915 ;
f : ( KOIA < OUNI'V. STATE 09'FL0ItI
3 per cent ammonia in as is the case with the establishment bald Court Ht KlHnlmmttc.. Florida thin Tor rnUrtcallon or rejection : ,_
legumes and 1 % per cent in grasses. of national banks and other average Tlorida IA. 2Mlh day of Hi-ptember. 1. IVRRSTREKT.A U 1916I Section, 1. Every mule person of the
would also Estate. of James .1'. I'rendn. .a ft* of tw'nty-one years and upwardsjwho r
In growing legumes you overnmental agencies.ADVERTISED growers under average Cleik of the said Circuit Court. In n citizen of the United States .
have half as much nitrogen in the ------ : -- ( Ki-al I ) at the time he applies to register sha*' ;
BY THE JtfI(1H09'SAII( : ) ("HURT Solicitor 41121HKIKMII
O F KItI tiltS,
roots as found in the hay while the LETTERS Pi Florida condi he in the roots of \\hefi.H... Mary .1 1'renlls han. np- ..)It.ctlonn un nitrogen grass crops Uons. Jll>>>14"l\l. "IRC'I'.T' OK .
Among our ).iformulas 1,11.,1 to this. Court for Litterx. of : t"t. of Fiiri'ia.rovided, that he pop,4"esea :
would be negligible. List of letters advertise, by the ,inlnlHtrHt I Inn, on the state. ,of .TatiieH A.t-I I Kl.411111)>> \. 4IK4IIT 4 411 HT OF tho following; additional, quailIrntlonK ,
Kissimmee postoffice for the two are s ometkatfltYOURneeilz. i il I I'lintls, d I li c"'d., late of said Countyof 4 II \< sltv.Myriic : lie Khali have resided and had his ;
"Hc"'nl" ,
SUGAR CANE weeks ending Oct. 30, HUB: =: Tin'He ure. th"r'fnrA, to cite ail nilinonlHh I I -- erinnruiit, hotmnml. nlace of abode (In
"Is raising sugar cane hard on Mrs. Julia Brown Eddie Brown nil Hixl sTTT'ular< the hlniltiilnd 1 i':. I.ight.'y. the State of Florida for one year and
Booklet is free. 4 .._..1..1...... the wherein he. tot'.gister I.
land ?" Mrs. A. P. Davis Miss. Willie M. I Da I i&'l 5 tredltolH of. K". 1 111< ilirinHiil. t t/i. I li, n county applies
'.,. I b. .1 N.Heirs for nix. mouths' previous there.lie "
In <
mil fine thin hirt nn or -
ANSWER: Sugar cane takes very vis. Mack Fowling A. I!. Ham, Miss I Armour FertilIzer r foi.. appi-ar tin; 25th' dav ii f icti.b.r A l> of 'I \\'. to '
little from the SOIl. leather Howard W. E. Morrison N. I 1.15.!. nod file (ohjertlon i. If IIHN' llo.v, I I .-es..ed. IteMpontlents mimt. he able to rend. write andnterpret
M. Frashier Sirs. :$:.t WorksJacksonville i: hn"... to tinKrantliiK of I"\'r.\ or.1.lintnlHtVflioii l- any section. of the Constltii
Myrick McKinney / ,' said. 1 Htnte' of turn iiii.i. T4 4i ir 1'1",1<:. Ion of (the State of Florida at the time.
.n 1"1
HONE PHOSPHATE OK LIME Leila McOanal Miss Martha tC Parker W7 :fI thi' "..m.- will bi> KUintiil( lo said 1 Mniv, he itpiiliiK" to ri'Klfltpr. and votelie : >
"What is bone phosphate of lime? Arthur Randolph, (I. S. SneHjfftr:, k!? Fla. : .J I 1'ri-ntiH or to somt, othir. I fit I p 're..,, I To nil. lartts ('Inlmlir an Inler..1III must own In his own right prop-
"t l!: I Ih folloulnic' iliMcrlbeil propi-rtv rty to the value of not less than five
I understand it is a form of phos- Clarence Scott ((2)), S. B SimonSs, I :. ., If ., -.,:'-' or\ in rnoiinvltnmn . Countv Tmlj' ,ni'ler, ThoH, U Palmer. Uecasi. l or hundreddollArn. which fact shall ** I
phoric acid; but how much phosphoric Rev. I) .A. Williams George Young.B. -':' l--p-, (f.l"1! ::: Hforesalil Ihl mv In (nanii I251' h as.lav of Sept\ 'a- ,ilhiiwisK tOA it S9- 1/ of N\V'-U tcrmlried only by the assessment.

acid i1.i! .i it. and. why."! 'bone' when the B. Simpson Postmaster. <. :"". ....'?l 1i. :r ':,l:': of 'the of county Heptembir aforenali A.1 this 1916.thi. 28thila mid 15.. Tp fractional 25 H of S.V4 It SO of E NE-. In(4 Osceolaounty ,,' Sec book ipnlles. of to the register county and at vote.the time he

material is rocIcANSWER 7 > Florida .
( lift must not have been convicted.
: The term "bone phos- (Seal ) T. M MI'llPHY You and iiih of yon are required to nrevlouH to the time he applies to revKter -
phate of lime" means lime and phosphoric 41-4t County JudKS appear to the bill of complaint filed ,. or vote, of larceny robbery for"cery. -
herein on Monday. Kec lltth. 1918. perjury or bribery In any nr'
acid in the same combinationas TRADE MARK RCGISTCRCDPWOSLIME This order to be published *f for .2!. courts or any State or of the United!
ground in bone. To determine the l"j <'inCI'IT COIIKT STATIc OK i"l.OIt11)4. CfiiiHecutlx'i* WIM.ks In the KltwlmmeeValley States. or If so convicted. he must.
amount of phosphoric acid multiplythe HK\KMTII .IIt'I)14'lo4.I.. <'littilT Oaxetle. a weekly neapaperlublliihed have been restored to the rights of clt-
(' tMEIA .OUNTYIN In Klsslmmee Osceola Coun-. lienshlpProvided
percentage of bone phosphate of ('HA N<'KIIV.H. ty. Florida.Wltiiens however That no personor
home by 0.458.> -- my hand and seal this llth lineal descendent of any such person -
M. KlnaleloB. (o.splsl.aed day of Kept 191*. wno was on January nrt..I.d or
the shoulder vs.J.aIe J I. OVERSTREET prior thereto entitled to ;
Neuralgia face TOR A. tHmtrto. ntrmtmmt.It Clerk Circuit Court the Constitution. And laws of any of the
hands, or feet requires a powerful (Circuit Court Seal ) States. nr Territories or entitled to
remedy that will penetrate the flesh. appearing' by sfflilavlt appcndid to 'Ir\an Pledger vote unde> any form or government
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT POTATOES"Hare the bill filed (n the above-stated caiiei- Solicitors.. for Complainant 40-H or any naturalized. .citizen.or his _descenrtHDts -
that Jennie A HIitKleton the defendant shall -.. denied the right to
possesses that power. Rubbed in I therein named, Is a nonresident of NOTICE OF K.I.K4TTIOW.: register and: vote "cause he shall not
where the pain is felt is all that is i the State nf Florida. and i Is a reiiidint he able to read write and Interpretany

__ necessary to relieve suffering :and aerer 'found any fertilizer that hat fi.e. suck Mtufacti. as your of the the United age of Stairs twenty-one and that years Bhr. It Inover Istherefore Whereas. the Legislature of 1915 Under State. section. of Florlds of the as Constitution above provided of the oriecause

restore normal conditions Price ordered that said nonrestilent the Constitution I of IgftS of the he shall. not own of
PHOSL1ME. Planted the three and . I prop..rtli
during- .
print one-kali of Florida did three joInt
25c 50c and $1.00 per bo. t1e. Sold season acres fendant be and she Is herhyr.'qulr.d State pass the value above specified : ...
is Potatoes and from that of' to appear to the bill of com- resolutions proponing; ':fn"r'I citizen. of the United States, however
than hundred -
by Osceola Pharmacy. lot piece grand more six plaint filed In said cause on or beforeMonday. the Constitution of the State at the time they apply, and before they
bushel. ". the. 6th day of November A da. and the same were agreed to br a shall be admitted to register I shall
+ e . . . . + . + +. 11. 191B: otherwise the allegations of vote of three-nfths or all the memberselected present to the registration. officer certificate -
aid bill will be taken as confessed by to each house that the vote of his naturalization or a dnly
IMMEDIATE said joint resolutions were enteredupon
.1 DELIVERY on thereof
NOT IN KISSIMMEENO. ., said defendant.It their respective Journals, with i copy
4 Is further ordered that this order Sue 2. the adoption of -thisaravndm
4 SIR! .1 Price F. O. B. PbtMlime; Fla., In Bag be published once a week for tour the yeas and : .I.dl thereon that and ltd they said : "t Vfgn Constitution, the>
determine '
AlA vi
.. consecutive week In the Klsslmmee the Lelslat; shall enact .

'1t .* The same merchant who sold CARLOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD Valley In said Gazette a and newspaper State publishedIn joint electors. resolution of the Htate be submitted at the general to laws 9c'.' ;'L'my Into the effect., purpose of ttlsamendm -

4 of for $1 *' 8.Ptem'er election In November 191*.
n* 20 pound sugar IS A. D 1.11. if.
-*- some time back and now !give $9.00 Per Ton $10.00 Per Ton J. Lt OVER8TRERT. Secretary Now, therefor.of Statt.. I of, the Clay Btate Crawford of Flor The .t.. cast In compliance. wlttev''

**. 11. 9 or 10 pound. for.the same -- Clerk Seevl Clrcnlt) COtIrLCircuit 1 Ids do hereby KlVA notice! that a gen aid proposed amendment aad the ( Court
*, oral election will be held la each connty ... d...,I.r.tlon..1IoIII return*
Ilk tr
will kick a bay JOHNSTON dARRETT.Sollclliirs .
money wRrrr rot BOOKLET In Florida on Tuesday next succeed th i if shall be subjected to the same
.. If .he flnds we have charged him for Complainant. 41-4t Intf the flrst In November, A. ren, ,attune i and restrictions .. arertirotlded >
", .. 25 cents more on an order for D. 19K. the -I'sd./u: .. being the by law for general electionla .- .v
t, .. letterheads or eDvelope8.- FLORIDA' SOFT PHOSPHATE &; LIME CO. NOTICE OW ELBiCTIOM. seventh day of November for the rat- the Rtste of Florida, .
-1,000 Ideation or rejection of the paid loin Tn t.stimufly I whereof. I as". h...--
.4X Lakeland Telegrani. To the BhTlff ..t >oevl.k; County of the resolutions proposing' amendmenta to i.ip pet in' tmn4 nnd afTlied the Oreel'
_ "Same here" comments) the *> uou ..:3 OCAU. rtOMDA Btate of Florida: the Constitution to lee State of torIda. r.raJ of the State of FlorIda. at Talla-

,. port Meade Leader. Ba II known That t H. CLAY Tl.: ha-et.. CJU.Ibl.. u. t..ntr-IHtl
Agents day
CRAWFORD Secretary of State of the .11-A. h
State Florida do hereby srlre notice A Joint Resolution proposing an amen (Seal) CLAY WORD '

I. ... . + 1 .. ... .+' that ao General Election will D* hM

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Clay Johnson, Jr, refund .... 6*.41Kdirar

Proceedings of the C W Kati.. nref'ar: : ---------8.4?_.._- .48$ FLORIDA WOMAN .HASGAINED TO UNITE FARMERS ""

J W Lilly refund _. -
T M Murphy, refund ........ 86.0' world
N C Bryan, refund -_______ 8.28 ,30 POUNDS IN JOUR COUNTIES The of the
County Commissioners J L Overatreet, refund ...... 104.SS eyes
' CID: Towel refund .-.... 28.0O '1
_. L'' Handy refund --.-...'.. 66.01
0 H Clark: refund ._.-_.*. 6804: -
--- Coast
; KU.Imroee Kl._._ Oct. 1. 1B1. W I Barber refund .......... 67.36 FRIENDS MARVEL:: AT HER WON The East .' Exchangemet [

The Board of County Commissioner Krneet MacK, refund -. 83 IMPROVEMENTliAS'' week In convention the whinAvES't .
C L Bandy cotnmlaalona _. 2.37H DERFUL a ago, at are on man
In and for Osceola county. Florida met I ml Mont doca. maintenance 8.00 SUFFERED ALMOST DEATH Stuart. Abaut fifty farmers or vegetable ,

J .t 10 a. m., on the above date there be* 8 J malnt -,- 800Vm
' s I ing pmcnt K. U Le.leYL-chalrmRn l ; 1 H. I \ Ir."Kln malnt K:0* growers attended

V. Lanier A. F. Bass Youn Tlndall Mr. L, 1\ .., malnt __ 6.00Mre
"When I read about Tanlac President W. E. Johnston
and W. F Walker commi..loti..r., A t Klmona, malnt -----.. BOO somv presided
John 8. Cadet attorney for the boar A M L Chancey, matnt 500M : haw I felt like it was just what I The secretary' is H. G. Learner, Stuart
and J. L. Uv..ralrveU clerk and auditor M' McClelland malnt. / ft.00Mm needed and I have not boe:. 1 the least
The minute. of the last rettular Ilncey Pudgctt malnt -. 6.00 It has inc'Ca&pd Fla.
netting, Bept 4, and th ipeclal meetJriK Frank Evan., maim 1i.00( disappointed. my
The most Important action taken
held on the 21tlh day of Bept" Ma* Hunan Yates, malnt &.00Jnn weight thirty pounds! and my fri-nds $ :

/ rvad and approved .. Clement. malnt. 600 who hadn't seen me fXr some timo by the association was the decision
Mr. C. H. Funk appeared b for* the Mm I,eacey. Johna. malnt _n_ 1 600; <' when ,
board and aaked them to make ft John Tlon sure
change In the public rond near the 8: < !ri.en . _uuu 6.(00 now," was the statement made by east coast .counties-Dade, Broward
11. Story placf. and aft< r norne dtNruit- Lnke tlnrflild. Nuratrlea, or- Mrs. Lottie Morford a popular member '
lon l> the hoard, upon motion of AK IIIIKI I r.-..B _ _ _u_ _ _ _u_ !III./O( Palm Beach and St. Lucie.
Hallll.y seconded It V. 1.11"I..r. and I, \H liiKTrHin. feed of prlaonera 7?.6U of a Movie Film Co., fond rrridmjr The association elected R. L. Good. \.

(carried the hoard agreed 1u have tlifihanKv C I I' Johnson. I'ub (%!. hook and I at 1423 Laura street Jacksonville. win of Fort I Pierce, R. B. Shallow of

made an per requenlMr llnnkn, to (C'11 Judas __ ._ _ IRiTtl 'I 1 had no ;," continued Mrs. Lauderdale W. E. Johnson of Stuart
' W. H I'eane appraieii IK fore l Isd ((2eirKi auto hlif to Mr man
the I board; and pr,aenti! Morford, "and I suffered almost death Gordon Nye of West Palm Beach and for a moment young r
: of 1' 1. Co. mulefeid _. 22x ."> with stomach trouble and indigc t t'n. pAUSE ,
l"\' Nome fifty or inori thto \% A. 10 - Mr Bardoni of Fellsmere, as n committee
rUllrnfl! of HnndliiK', g..bong tin'in \\' A. C l.lo Co.. Kill]" t.. It to consider
work tho road from, MiiHHlnx.. .r to 'h"1 I .I Nnlr milHi to H U 4 4' steps necessary t to; a thought to ,
Kleelnitn?. "i'. w her e the mn I lrlha15., Hhop: ,..'.I 11 for i'U I4 . stomat.i, not even milk or wrtci. I organize the east coast. This committee
/ rltlMt.. lM ITOW lying bljllt HCIOHH, HUtl'li II",1| l Co. pliom rent _ _ 1.r .mi. I fill off. f'om one hundred: and forty will meet again at Stuart that confront

river and acts H..h'. p-IRhtii wtis. 1.11.1 \\ II MiiliiiiHi, 1'55. nluht' 1'It''IIiii 2514'' pounds to one hundred and was HOwak 1 Tuesday Oct. 24 when problems you now, or
lIlimlKHlon. I I' Yoga ilooi, II J II..UN.' _ _ complete 01-
I. d I. C CTlrnliill
111 1"11.| "nu/Il, "1<. n nvdtoil tlllll. wild. pt ttM I \ II \ HIM I. till' I Ivnl'I--' ) 1 :' :.,IIM I hal to lie down .''en-Iy all the iriinr/Htion plans will be submitted will few hence.Look

Ion' l br "lad! I hl.lrh 'motion I : WHH Cloud 'lilbuni? II..II..M to Allyluo time I \l'lv1 very tici\cu" and couldneither for app.I'oval.) a years .
;: Il't 1.nntr, and i all,M 1st dil I I _.. f lilt .
\ I -
I sic '
snit pel 55nd.d It by HO OMllHIM 1'" KIVMlllll. '\ Ill7ltt. 1 ,.. cogs rll iiI.uft'l ., !p nor root.: Finally "ptonditiofi .\ The \ORl't'GI'OWers' Exchange

'he t:Nun l"'11' .. lHi, I.tid i . a. 1,41,1 1 i ndJr. Ns- I 1 I, i A i'llllhel.I i t ,,into. II I p.ltl'NI55 1 IKC.UII"' so '.criou I was Was organized/ a ;year" ago with the
fd In line. 1 1': I- l-'Hl..1., .h..lln"| "* I I. H.I I' 1I!' 7C confined to ni\ lied(! for two v/o<.k a'd. idea of benefiting the small.field veg/ about you-the men of affairs/ in country, state, nation-
,,1 the lioaid. . fl, .'Ml' MlH I UHnUiiiK \\Ichtllllt\Iti I \\ H M.ilMiiHon., ." 1'51.. ,inati 'till t" .. funulv wanted( t. ri-sh re to the
'tin turn ill not .to .n llo\\ thi i o.t'lJ I' I.1 i iI,\ r. tf\ etableI'owel'/ '', without special profit yes, in the world, are the men who darted to save early in life.

from UllHHt. .nxI I to j 1'' its I J I.II"I, lint, to It I'.I.1. il It"I nil I'I5", Him. H to. I It! i. 1.11511111. ::1 huKpitiil; nut 1 wouldn't 'on3e"t. to any individual member of the association
b".11".1. lii \\h.1I1. 1"1"1"1 / Jit t,.. .h- : \\ "" A. Illllil I I III. sup t.i. 1 It! tI 4 a 1 '.1 it's the'it.ip'e truth, I began feeling The 1 secretary' that
llHt of til. Hi U hut Ul..H of .Uliotll Ml 1 K I I' I,; 'l 1 1''I I Mill! I 1. HUP It tI! ..7In :, better ulmi/-it I tiit- reports They have the respect and confidence of the community.
(. 'l*hundiitl' ., ilUretiH IKtnu wt' nt. "f lhHlHKimmit >. I I I I': I Ii I,,'l ib\ hni l l ", innanltN. \ .fine. .,'4rl'iIVISH us soon is last year the association< sa\.?(! :I! centson .
4.11. HIM.I'1 i liti'h 1 I. ttti' /itnd, II..lj lull \ I"./. II' I I. kill il [ v" .d l on lunlac 11111 I 1 Could jx.t-1 feel! my cvel''ate; by bu'illgin bulk, for .
., with tFp1ilsdhlKe . ,, nubs" sir' ''"> I litvet.ikc" Then look on the other tide-at the fellows who spend all they
.tt taihMlMIK. or, dr. i d 1U< d S1 1 lllll.l I 'I'rlla4111'I sticntrth" .tu-nniK( itchy s t-v. those!: inside of the association. Thisyear
of the noard. \1.. II..\Mll' HaHH. .."pit| 11 1 12,1 I two bottles! nnd hav''t 1)111'in make-they have for while but what does their
II:. ] to may a good time a
11 I : they expect
Th' el'Ik i r,HI! In opru. 1 h..1 n pi .1 I S II"I t ,III. 1.,11 ill, lltt' t 1,1 It I sueen more. ,
'i lion WtKtHil 1\. about full <.f 1h. 1U-
,tin of |tiiHHlnttr. .iHidtiu* tin I bnud, i,,, \l.I. II Incas I :, k..IM A. .ill! 1 12 ::12! tuMi<.il I Io'l"' thin: <.\'tini' I'm hi,'njiy >001" their products and the advantage
*i n publit load "liuiti II MiKHtfctit | I i.I'ct. i.,.1.( II.l\v' <.'". Sills.. I.i It Ishlan : 41 :.:ii. I nil the time end I eat I ) get -
up am-j .
"I"n :i an > of .Ioad freight rates
lulu It grJJInK
th St l.\ld" toutitv i. '\\ \ ..$111.1| __ XI, without the least ,diMomfoi, The 1 ;! or so deposited in this bank will be the
known nN 'Ilt' u/tri,) hub? rind \\h i iuptui It 1 1I It I.. Hn..-. _.... -I. : thino where formerly they were obliged to
enid. pi tlrlon \\ MM laid at.r sail I U \\ "illd', i..a.I, walk l lI 2..1.11 i''faK) and all the ilistri'is have gone out orate late when they sllpped as nucleus/ of an honorable, independent career.

th' bourn timid., got .mi iHilmali' "f th'I 1 I? Mill M'.:l*'IIIINOII In..s', : HIII,moxliiK':'|,ll:<,N I I'n't II...;" '::J.I:' j|lof m\ stomach and! now it's a genuinepltatuio I pay indixiduals, : Make your beginning now-today. Your bank

p'' COM! of nom* . ... 3" n... for to out. 1 I'm nut
.M Muiihv npf. ." 1115.1551.lhu : fltl' mutt. ; me. nervous The members have also adopted a book will the
Jpdg'F.\. hoard and askrd IhrCl to 'it.'hl'\t \ :Noah Ih I lin 11. i oailv. .)tlvI 3:., 1111 2f, I|I nt all and I Iltr'p] line. I have< uniform system of packing and grad paTe way.State.

> reila| N. of ruralpllvd. I'I./I'\lt.. / I Lrui i, III oit. tua i .1 '' in tight from ore hundred! .
'gone !
lha py|
lw hi aflce. \\ In.r,upon r.41Lrat wanIf I'" 11 I'I\' HI.n' I luIIiIl.-r i __ _:u: 1i.4 up I mgj thus getting' a better market for
runt* :,d S J. 1 Iuprrr. ram. mlHHlolIM' u' H11(; : pounds to a hunt l'l end thirty-n their pioduce"

t Letter from Mm \I K Young. .at .. nd l 1 inopt . . _ /
atmiMaiHn i r. < HI.M 111
I titltnii
board for and! I I'm s.till 'i..inl But thi. best of
I bo xrd.I r. 1 I t's1 1, \ ulno Matf'd I.t\' Mil,. I o. Uimlii.lI . l 411'11 J.: > { gives its power to form sub-ex- Bankof
n n..II' I Utnwjit . _ 1 ,HU4ri it all I'm .ov"r awful suffmijr
lo th** l.;Mird i Mr K < .1 I s a.lvl, IliHiintlx an. is my changes, the parent: exchange hopesto
"n was alno. ID n..1 of iiHKiMtn ** M lt n.."t K. uuai. d . nil, and 1 just feel l like a new woman in bring all the smaller bodies scat-
_ li"
and! U I'. Miller having. itrtked. thetxmrd '1' M 1 Mil'' |,,11\ ,kiiHiinltt, ruse 4 IM> every WII)'. 1 feel) >o ,(latel'jl tered the lower
to totinidt th. mutter .r allo\\ uxu. .ola. I.o.. sup tn I I' K throughout cast coast
..., frig Mrs. Julia rnlKaii Hmn<.tiling .lotKHMtstnnri ( ItK.l.llI. llll\\ 40. HUpllll. 1.5I'a 10 2riii my recovery I'm telling "II my OV'I'\\ into one co-operative body, in order Kissimmee
J lerk wits I"'r".d to - what saved Wlien, they 'r
r4" th .1"1\\ me that it become more effective. .
uf 95 o" rust 'I i" __ .'mi' may
draw wnrrantH In the HUIM I IIl1rO't.' JIOKH (> Ij jI. at im iovement :nd ask n'e
my [ -- --
fit thi' HpplUantnA \ I I. It I I'tltIl5.1 t i, "u''II."TirJ"m' I
each '
rommltte <.otiMlHt irinr" of Hon ,H. I I I. II Inuratn. liiHanlt' i amJ . 2 rlo"i m"'i i doctor I had I ju. t say 'Tanla" If I Orlando Woman Donates Capital stock ___nn___________ u __ _n_ $100,00000
Stanford Heualor A. K I Iltngnl> M UlckH. insn ldtl (an. don't believe wh't I about
(and'Iay l Senator C. A. i'tirnon, npi"1.. .1.1.,111'! flu' tlmln. in. for my
board. ). rash : H FIII1I.I hauling'
I1 for the "I.l _ 1 .mii home and take look at
board, In the Int..t of the ass> It (II J JJ u _ . ionic to my n
County Fair Annotation. lh. still cam- J. .ntelxurt' 1. leek) i Ar altrI 62 i Ill: i"fii2rr 'n me and then ark iv'>v neighbors I Orlando woman who absolutely] and Directors:

tp f mltte( ** HM H HBtMtclatton body lI"k..1 h\'the)iahiu boardfiHNtnt ' toll I 1.11 I 11 I'r..r' luiiiti& .I'tatli. .1'11 *I I'htnlrtun.r. .lial|(1 on. auto looked before I took r.inlac.' refuses to permit, her name to be used .. .""""

rf county the gang'"c."I<'ar the grounds* In|, II I IS; I Jo:\ "IIH' tl<.tn .a "I (.tIIoltI Tnnlnc is sold in Kissimmee cxilusivcH has offered a valuable lot, <0\12"; feet, C. A. CARSON, host J. M. LEE Vice Prest.
I'"dt'h: ,; UackM, < ir Mr '" Ilsld l li'1 l. w5.1k i "n \ ji ult at bJ. Z. Roler"or in St. ('loudbti'
and desirable residence for
t Htated that. al.',out $".(Mm no. ( tiBern I .till I )hollUeMtt . I' r,I in a M..tion. M. KATZ, 2nd Vice Prest. '
4'arnoii Seminole in Kenanlllc '
I rain.d. b\ "\lh.i*.""l..nH.I but, that. ii M I \''MIIIU;. maliit" nilnf rill' PliPimncy ; $1,000() this, amount to go to the Wilson -
not HiifTUttnt to put K .tl 1"itiKHtnn. malt. t r,1I1I \ by Phillips trot -Adv fund."I .
Katd amountn . :\ ::= ; campaign/ ROMA THOMAS Cashier.
Hhnpi, 1.,1, i n ( rant In Hull\ Ions. 21\i ,
t the botldingslltlnrislt. . ht. RICO. .. nK*.,1 'I'I.1 M 1I"I\ Murphv 1 ".l nil, Inn? Hill *.a HI u t1 r, want to see: Woodrow" Wilson

/ i the the board to coriHidt( tin rnntti. of approprlailon .1 It 1, I,;\ slits. liSt _ 1 III ill l An Iowa Friend Tells elected" she declared "He has kept
for *xhibit at th' f in CI1\ **t < I | rata r..a.t boy from tovnr to
tf' mot ..'t';! 3511.Iu1..ltS' my going/ say
hoard. \ \ fin, Of Some Fi Steers
land .. 1e of other benefits he hilsI'oulht
dntre1 nothing many
xlnd'i1tiI an i ,S: It A. ItI'let
madlre tided '
I \' Net < .1 I ilin s < ",1.1.1 i \i I""i IIHI
in tin work an I i teH N.. 2 11111 551" about for, the good of his
r to aHHttt I .. i i'e C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.
II j".1 t of romintllrelt'olnmIpush i .1.. a tnoII Jnltu,, .V tlrl'uiIlt.y.," '' last. I .11- I 1.4 .:. To the Valley dazetteV : *: | ('ountrv.Vood..ow' Wilson}" is a high !
P HMHH mi 1
that Mr oncr. ll A i K 1'\.ann .I It. lustrust-, : I I I"I I';\ tallHHi,IK . font. .I's,,11, I.INi. ,.1. ..:. .:' \ nioieoui' newspaper <:.1| minded patriot and a godly man. I

I' rd I on to lake rlairgr 1 of th : :untH tnIi M II I 1'.1. loan, In II'1 4 lu Ills. .:> and lire very glad to r. in' it. <:: wish to do my part toward electing
r .r..Kt RK to ixhihlt' \\1'1.,1.111 hi"."ll mtttloii"{ and. >WarN ..n.-' \\ II I'.Ht.. ,tsa11. 1".11'I Int oil, i., It K '11"M.l;"'; a 67I .> Will, you please iri\i' ( my addles", .:> him, and. this is the only way in which The Waters & Carson
ondPd h\' \ ounu \\ II I 1'.1' l 1.5.11. "
I 3.3.33 > few Cattlemen I can do it.
to counr
In in
sled. and It was HO ord"i ed \\ II I'tif.15"11 I I I"t. in a your
AltorntrJohn' ** <\i.b.I I uNki|: : d th'" lass \\ A I L I'. war,. I'l to .1,111 I ty. I en..lo.e a clipping from our .;.
ItiHtrut; him nn, ''to bv, th. \ Its, ,III"! I 'mil 4113'. .
board to .. :>
drd n."I"'I', ''< I .t .tw.n thjcoutil "< i 1 I II I I nil f. (. MI..11,1.i no n. i v lountv newspaper JhinkinKyou1W :
wanted' andlr i* I U Hvalt .Iawli, I II I'..I II I wundul-i alrt t in .1 Ltd,.1I. rn. ur. .1.I IM i.- favor leifived, 1 "iimrin, ':' 4AVP 5walotIRFUL REMEDY

1 m .h""I"0"\ "" 1'1".1.111 1 in..i ill. .i inn- I IlI..n 1..01 ll 'mi tli. vulous I ..",I- f..llbw.lI'un '> C', A. i IOOMIS: *: Grocery Company

that the 11"It". of th 10".1 l att".lr .I., I,. ,,1 It. \ I,IKI :.lj14'H > Iowa (kt I U UHf MACH
1 r"-ult me tint, "ept... uil" t :.t h I I ,v I I'111, fi,lint.l I :." ,.:. : Salem : .:. Jar }trouble
*. ntnl ':' :
.. Halt' ,uf itiintx I"d i 1\\. i II' ral ln nlII \ ,11"i tit. I - .]US' DOSE! .WILL ;CONVINCE
.1 = /
1 mill 1 1reiiolnded > :ti .. .
Mxreement wllh 1 III II halt foi . d l .ml It I 1.'u".1. ton551T CV. Payne hold a carload of >
C.nd .
i which tint lion Wan i "!1'" t till. I 1'.hl..It\ .:' for 11 cents 4''' Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
R. Lrfinler and .aiiiiid and 1 it Wasordetwd. Ii. I'nx. (I'.1. 1 IJu..IIK<- H."t'. ,,110\\.1 steers per pound. Gall Stones Cancer and Ulcers of the
by .. .:. The steers weighed 1'H7 pounds fr
,1 l
A . notliltii.. < oil 1) .
00 Stomach and Intestines AutoIntoxication
t Mr. 1. R Farmer, nppar'-d itefoith The lax. < nl. pill tAX rl pill showed! .> (averuR-e), and brought $177.>';7 vJ ,
I board of and Convict avkid" JuurdH them to I I'n'nl. I 2 II"111 1'ollt'I T"'II"ul..r'" tol .. Hi,t'pot't .hoW..1 the, .* head the largest amount per 4! Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis.

i'; iitid ti M HOK.T.: hereupon H Y f..ll.i\\lnn" IniliinriH In thi \':aliuimfnnilH :> head of any steers that ever sold .> and other fatal\ ailments result from
motion that 1 I'a"> Hruw 311t h. IHll.Oinerul Ii;: Ho also "-
1'1.,1. from
made a | Henry county.
antcrr month and HM ___ ____$ 724Kln Stomach Trouble. Thousands of
be ral.ed to $40.Oo per whichmotion Revenue nn fl( R.02HchoAl >'-sold one steer out of another car a
I $45 OA' rt*>r month, .. & Forr"'lurer-----
to Stomach Sufferers their
Hover owe complete
BecondvU by Young; Th Fnnd ..-,...__._____, ,2RII2.28 *for $207.58.-Mount Pleasant 0 I

dell and WIIB carried'! and it was MO ordered Oi>nrnl Honrt ....__._.__.___ G277 49 > (Iowa) NowS-Journnl Oct 4. 4 recovery -to Mayr's Wonderful )
board took recesvs until 2 I p. ni H Publicity----------- 4000004'00000 0000000040 0 . .
The )100 i
210 CD Unliko other for Stomach -
r. Itull ., ..... Remedy. any
: _
The board met At 2 p. m.i; lard H Hond ,. \*..? 0 0S .

,9N F board>r. O.being U :Hyatt prea nt.t appeared. / before the to 1 8' S .No J'::!'!' "{"':''::: :-::::: 1'Mll 72\.8SM the chest feels on fire and ; Ailment. For sale by J. Z. Roberson ). WE SELL. : + > WE BUY: .

board and made them a proposition 8 II No 3 and druggists everywhere. + 4
county the marl on rave aereNof < 1 1) No 4 ._. - u -_ ___-- 3.20119 the throat burns, you have Indigestion t'
sell hie the land for dt ed to tin ai v1:n and C :-ps"r. _ H4: (>S and you need HKRB1NE: to get ) HAY 0 0

one-half: acre* own*'d 1 by tin' (omit",. \\V.I' I 3 S H No G _ . _ - -29'44Torn iid of the disagreeable] feeling. It ) 0 _> HIDES .

hereupon, after sums flIMruMNlull 111142" 111( .Irives out badly digested food ) GRAIN 0 < .
that { - :: Ask Your GrocerCOIFEES
F Walk*:enullt r,101111hiiM/nlirT wr l n. s"I, it. .I! 4 4 FURS .
;. )
h 1 board. of t / H a 11"1 1.1 In r.>ll \\ Inu Itilll'e. i -ic'npthens the stomach and puiifiesthe
nl' I '
I 1. l kN
'( hr 1 H % ntt:n '.rnposllli1i' wbirh:: mot : to. K,_1" *- Sill lllHll" ,. ors.,, ti and. h.I.1(1 1 'on th. 1\ bowels) Price ;Mi: Sold liy Os- ) FERTILIZERS > <> .
.tnd .ii- II.
pecondrd hv H \ l.iink- r '1It.., < '** n..s, ll l 1-:1..II..n:
;t' 'a-RN .1..1.i l and t lb. I Nuttnib. tult \ |I' I 111iii\' to eola Pharmacy. : ) 4 0 WOOL .
rl"'d and 11 '''m fio i Ilt, ilrk\ .f.
to <> .
h..n..t 1"\1111'1..1 ) SHINGLES 0
atI5lilt i 'y the. uil hat d.. *.tl t.. I p",. i .In..I V.i 1 I. 1:1-nInnnl| < (1Ih't11in N 0 I O AND .
draw th< oi' I i < 'i':\ppiidiliiu s for puhlit )
.1..11'.1"1,, n .i < IIsilt i l II \\' II..I.-. I I' ,S: .,,11" II l. 1'I'i 1- nnpioements
Ha, tt I be i 1I.'H4...\ .\* HUt lbd I .ml \ I I Ii *. t 1*"iI It at Punta dotila; < now in ,'...nt'udooll ) ORANGE BOXES 0 0 .
his i H .
mortgage oti t
1"I'I; 5.iil: .
.155, and I .k.... to ('ount'1". \ ..,rd. to mild | I 1'1,1: :: ,It, t' No J -i: i 1 i. I, .> .\. -t t will atftfictratc( $;J(O((;.000. ) 0 4 ALL .
all" neTh \'. 'IIIH lnll'l" il to t .li au M '' .'i..u.".1 It .,If and I 1 In..i5al11'V II I I'...\ 1..ik I ;:!7.01l0( ) lot stMit' (pacing; $ ]HiOIO; ( for ) ORANGE WRAPS, 0 4 .

>' \inriHiil' .h.d to k th\\ Hft*. ('\tt\ i of. '"t "I"nol 1 I fill ; 'II I"I"".l., hd,IK :Ni; 3. /'onn.15.. II II 1Ii .:.: I street luibinjr, gutter,, iminholt.. and ) 4 I 0 COUNTRY '

;. aunnrltl, d it, for 1.H.1 ! t..x..t* ..lN. to I I'; I 1.1:,il.. j 'Ix. \\ II l.aiil tI. k i :etch basin1-, ; $::1.1100!:t ( ( fo i-IMD| mile.of ) VEGETABLE CRATES 0 <0 .

q ,|rnwnriant. (.r tluKotd. *iii IK*' fott25fi |In-ws11o1, x '.Mil. I MI 1'1in.Is> 11"i otiHon, n lJi-i I cement sidewalks ; :$1 1 :!HI.000 for 'adranbridge ) 0 00 PRODUCE
I II 1.'Th' I 1.
S sold to ;Mi' NiH. 4 M
11 00 for tlu mr I 1'.tI"d
.I I K f .tin, 1I.I"h i It. lttIIr15. across {harlottt* haihorHi ) CRATE NAILS 4 .
} I slut" ., I'
.-" clerk lufnlnl.i' d the b1Nrl1. 1 I the. 11 1"" ".. ,,, ._. It'11 .1 I I Il..I".tllillUH i\1 k I I .hides these items, $:!OO.000)( is beexp'nd.l ) 0 0 .
xlj .t ? .. 1'1'1. \
1 had mail'*' i..IU, \; :
Mr. J R Rronon ".d' ,.ItCM. his.'p. 'rag on a system of highways )| ) 000400040404000 400 40044000000 .
ln.m ('tor I b.. nj'i oiiititlfrom :N.; R 11\0"1. \\ It N est By Every
,j that n cattle :. A\'allt. ) ;
t Shin Win I Crttk which nuiit r (1515 ,IIic, Tutu \1\1.\ .' SI'nrtl..ns" 'I"k Jo: extending, from 'unta Ciuida in l
the Nomht im rung: lots I N.. r.. IQ'iinfSIlls-A.( various directions.
to I'I. s
J p"R..II The clerk wan 1I."lru.. t. d I t" in:ik.<. 1 JI land 1 1Lluulolph I 11 l)jltlferknrv1'n / I I. a We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.
1 1 far" *'n"u"h" thud-gold" I y"unl and
: application to make up HhortaK 111 I'furt So 7. llassInarr--\\ I'; Its I Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting camping parties.Free .

Mate rond' crew prlsonera froifi, c1.hll1. 11 F \Vulltrr, .J H "n.lo.rhll1.Sr ...1.,1'ln"1 Smart Fall Dresses Made At Home delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12.
The cluk ptiHint,d .a prtltlill 155pt, loess. ,laid J II \Vn\l".r.\ Easily
J. V. Iturke,. itlif n*.d, b\ I1)t i rt'lulsl", I'rt \ Nn N. t'ItT"r: : .'Xtlr 1 In-llstare We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and prices
I sinking : , _. (
numtx ufotrM< In the Htat 1l. is; ii. fertilizers.
that the name of 1'I1.1r'v .T attwplaced he ,rrlurs nn.lV' IHI"clerkC m.
on. the ...ITld..11111'\ >t at the 1 |.i.',.lnrt No !>. I"oil i." A
.r..1. I I.U.t tlon In N..\ t'nil" r tthlrh null n: \\ I ertlo 11 ll \\tlllB\ Insprl'-. .- -
ra Ken petition \\ an., nl'cl 1 b\ th.' b",or.1 I SSI5, l an,,,,I I F M I Tillln. i'lrrkpl. \ I ,
4 I'* union, <.tit tin "f .J"hn-; Ihn: lice'' I ."t \In., t N.. 1 1" :21nlbt'rrl' ink r FREE 1 t
t xamlnd and, : .. "nt 1\\ II UK I415.1 .1 \\ i I',"tin 15151.11 1: II ILrns e r
IF4 wan l hili of Slatn \\ n\1"sHnll\ and. I "Sln" ? 1"1"| t'tnl'N, an.l II I \ I"ntt. ". Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. H. Bryan VK Pres. J. I. Barber Set'x.lretM.

+ M 1.1 C .railtv, nod :MniliTii f* t.1 10,11 < b i l( ... ld.
<.f i prlsnnrs, I .x/1I11111eI1. "1'111..1 and \lV 1 11.1: irl,el, t.i\ Ihr. It f. ACOUPON !
.. I 1"a..1 .r
1..1 kH fol I'M\ ( ti
..rd red paid bin t'aX "
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The 8UI"'ln"'II.I, nt of. \piiblh, In..tru..tlon 'xn/ mlnatto." in.l 11 1'|'i v .1 I
tried. l his m.mhllti \ ri'I, w., M hi bo?.UH the b..sod' |1".1..1 1 to ixinilnth /; "

hoard : 'in'! .aftet. nth 4 tanfullx. < 'nnpiriilthe . k for'any
.... "I"I..n In r. . \ tin olluinal 1'notl5.u a
The hoard; .paH d It i. < opliH. \\
rrnsdaN tn tin' F E': <' It h: .atn nnld I., and doll ssrond. il HUH"
,road l <
point 121 f sit Mouth "f mil' .pottt No \x5 r.. aers pled mil. .vvallantH m..,". outto ffiA\ \ lli l McCALL .

60 .te. the tit \ rolb i totTtliri .. *
.. bllHilteHH
> Th*' follow lag bills' w .M .i "l1ml".I.n"'i bring no fllltbet (
rd 'and ordr, U paid : lOr" the board' Rut 1I.11t1l".1 t.i mss tlicaln ira
: : : ; o" .HHU'll on thi 1MIliv I
h I le\ omnitKtsio tl.| i . 111 Hpiclil, HI PATTERN Bryan Realty CompanyOffices
It \* I Banter torn A ml K..t if.." in I 'J 'I sillS "n ...t i L t..1.. I'. I'llK. to 1'1.. til ,

A K Uaiiff. i'om k miHU) .., bookn. and to transactHuoh
hill I IIn nil "'I .1..I'all. t
: W Young K M Tlndull'.Oker. com om &AT mil'age ia. ,an I ..I h..r btiHltieHH JIH ma y rome before 27 7 \ is included in( on Broadway, Kissimmee,

J K t ItitHM. J..l1lt..r r.II lilt 'h. m y
ca y t'
i John Itavli. suet. I' F i 12811"II' ,I R L lIatFY. Chalimantt. i YI the purchase of Opposite Graystone Hotel ,
John HH\"IH, car Cu paui..r i 4.j
,\ John H _ 25 0, t
T M Murphy Judu* 1'11 itT ThcMcCallBook

M Murphy Judge JIj \ ,'t - ,12.. -,11., I ; \
I H hscrnm 1 ears Intl ,
W B Crawford, proa atty :-_ 33.33 %r I Sl
,1. F 8 Cahill, boat fur.; tor; I'V< of

<. pftunera n'" '' 1 MI I Orange Grove Timber lards We
Crawford cons 11'1 Inn fe.n 411 '10, Pay Taxes for Non.reeLcattle J
s :-
Hal re c ]t'I'( (all' 1 Raoehen Country and idents
, ( W Orlffln super : and Act as Owners
d W H Hall refund . 81 Park HotelIS Fashionsfor
'I Walter Bronaon' refundfuntV 81 City Property Agents for Rental Property. -
t ft a Hancock, ... : _: :83 .

H L I> over.treet. refund .83
Ii W P Tlaon. refund __ .H' 83S3 t AutumnPrice
O R Daaa, refund -- r---->
t O: I Barber, refund :: : : :: ::: : 83 NOW OPEN

I .B C Miller, refund .- uu___ .83ft3
Ba. - - - --- only 2Oc.ty ,
w.fc Saga.r"-'d': : --.?- :83
B H Au'- refund .88 ( ntmil 3O _.,.)

J H Baladen. refund ._ u n__ 83 1 R.. S. FLOYDDealer
f 8 Stratton refund u nn 83
R 1, rvarce. refund 83
..I W P Walker, refund hU_:: :81It Uider New Maoatjcmcnt tins ITIUT MfTHBI a MTucrm mm NOW ON SALE

W B Crawford refund _uu 3 Mcdall Panrm Na.TaTI. In '
n __ _. ___ 8641t McCall Pattern No T37O J}*
Many oth.r .aw d..lvn.
,, tH ;Zners"s.'tefund! .. __ n_ 6 .42iMrptetvtttaSt .!.... for October. I for OcMtoar.Hundred 1

....... .A & u...,.... Groceries Nay Grain a.nd Feed .1
Reasonable of beautiful nw ,cl'..I.n.. profusely Illustrat.d. Many ,
r' r. II M/Meta# ..... Rates Dais. 'In color-all the rich .ff.cU of Autumn Fabric* made up In '

"' '11I edditio.'tu' OCher propertita.L1'-Fa *

%f eaet.dM CMcani in aooeptabte form, a McCALL PATTERNS Corner/Broadway/ and Dakin Ave.

gIa kdr attdToaie. ZxPo
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diattorb.u =gomaeh.and:At \tile.doe..DOt. it I dd.ale B. J.' CORWIN, Proprietor A. S. .GILBERT I Try Us 011 Your Next Order For Feed

t I cUe.ttc.the Ifrer mod..chose KISSIMMEE .. / -' FLORIDA

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t r FEDERAL CROP REPORT,I RUGS' PILLOWS, ETC, r breakfast If soft-boiled, boil them.
then they are readv'tous. in salads I satisfying to epicures. Cubs is also'''
Trap .
,[ and EDI A summary of-the October crop report FROM SAW PALMETTO I or fish sauce.v, __ a'.coffee'' "producer} . x{

: for the State of Florida and for
the United States; as compiled by the
Bureau of Crop Estimates of. the Dr. W. H. Cox called at the,Argui Preparedness !I
*< < < < United tatee Department of Agriculture office and brought with him some fine ( .
specimens of door mats, sofa
Is as follows: It rugs
.' You 'e read ;; 'j j over b00,0001etrong I and constantly Corn. pillows, etc.) made from what is com- Are you ready yfor Winter? Is your" system clear of
aeries" in +I I monly known as saw palmetto, and catarrh? Have Suramef colds "
trapshooters left
your growing. 'The of today State-Oct. 1 forecast, 1,800.000; which thrives luxuriantly in Hernan- you entirely? Han you
and overcome all effects of
of the Summer
vast were the boys of yesterday and the bushels production last final foods
; ( do in
year vast
iMraa turned over day before. county quantities. If andbhv"u't' re>topa your body to full vljor with the
estimate bushels.
.,;* Sane ), 12,000,000 To say 'the least the specimens old
to witness, Age. makes no difference, for so United States
-Oct. 1 forecast, 2- shown were in way" the best we
receipts ran long as he shoots he still is a boy 720,000.000 bu. last every
; year heve yet seen from palmetto fiber. In PERUJNA.
But this le using the -same quick judgment andaccurate ( final estimate), 3,054,535,000 bushels. fact the large Crex rugs which we
money that was calculations as he did 20, 30 All Wheat. buy from our furniture stores do not It's the tonic that clean the
lies. There away eongeatlon,purifier UM
or 40 years ago when he could senda
the baseball ball hissing over the plate or "put United States-Preliminary estimate surpass the variety being exhibited blood and invigorate your whole system.

big al little, I her home" from the extreme end. of 608,000,000 bu.; production last by Dr. .Cox.-Brooksville-- - -- Argus.--- hL Pent.., to tablet form, la handy to .,
?rooters, and the the field. 1 year (final estimate), 1,011,506,000I I Fuel is saved by using the ironing carry with you. It'gtrea you a chanoa to
these men and By the same token, if a shooter despite -I bushel fire for preparing stock for soups or check a cold when!it tarta.Mamalia .
sidered from all I his years, is still a boy, )paradoxical Oats. 'for baking or boiling puddings.New T.61ssnGMIdeal laxatlre
gest and most as it may seem the boy of I State-Preliminary estimate, 880- potatoes if soaked in water They form DO habit and have no unplear
p}ortinjjVentures.; I tender years, who is permitted to take 000 bu.; production last year (final os- that has a little soda dissolved in it rp1a YY_A +yI'' / ant effects. Your dniatst can supply you ,
Americans: are up trapshooting, in bearing, deport- timata), 1,220,000 bushels. will and clean beautifully. Tke Penua rmspasj. .
baseball. scrape CeJu L.e, OIL. "
It is I ment and self-respect, becomes more United States-Preliminary estimate .
erave" game. of a man. bu.
knows I 1 ; productionlast
it. year (final estimate), 1,540,362- t
tional Pastime. SOUR ACID STOMACHS; I II' 000 bushels.
Tobacco. .
baseball would "
that it does State-Oct. 1 forecast, 2,850,000 .1
been greeted "Pape's Diapepsin" digests pounds; production last year (final es-
This preamble 3,000 grains food, ending all timate), 3,549Og0po untie. Trees and Plants Must Have '
meat of this stomach misery. in five United States-Oct. 1 forecast, 1,- Phosphates
you may choose minutes.Time I 200,000,000 pounds; production last :"
tell you, and year, (final estimate), 1,060,000,000 :
that second it! In five minutes .11 stomach pounds. It's Not in the Soil It's in NA TURSOWN "
baseball-a distress will go. No indigestion, Irish Potatoes. 1' :
I heartburn, sourness or belching oferas '
-trapshooting.Like baseball ] acid, or irritation of undigested I bu.State-Oct.production 1 last forecast, final 1,102,000 estimate Each tree in every grove and each plant in garden or field must have a certain ,
ries (he I food no dizziness, bloating, foul ; year ( amount of Citrus I
Grand phosphorus. and
vegetable know
breath headache.Diapensm. 1 ), 9f(;0,000 bu. growers statement tobe a fact.
and Tournament. or United StatE's-O.-t. 1 forecast, Most soils are deficient in phosphorus, therefore, this plant food must be t,1
just as big an > JJ *> !B is noted for its sup ,
world's series, speed in regulating upset 301,000,000 bu.; production last year plied. The question is which is the most efficient and economical method.
tournament It is the surest, quickest stomachR'1 (final estimate), 359,10,000:) bushels. ;

cost of the .- remedy in the whole world Sweet Potatoes. NA TURSO WN
There were (!!!) sides it is harmless. Put an end to I State-Oct.. 1 forecast, 2,640,000bu. Supplies All Needs
boys and girls, stomach trouble forever bv getting a .; production last year ( final estimate 4
Grand American. large fifty-cent base of Pape's ), 2,576,000 bu. A few years ago the grower or farmer had but one recourse-the commercial r ++

every state in sin from any drug store. DiapE'p-1 Untied Slates-Oct. 1 forecast, 67,- product kno. yn as acid phosphate. Today, however, persistent enterprise and improved
Canada. It is ize in five minutes how 800,000 bu,; production ]last year, (final machinery have brought about the reduction of
each one at least to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia estimate), 74,295,000 bushels. raw phosphate to particles so
line that the
farmer '
HHO.OOO-and() or any stomach disorder. It is the I Hay. can do his own acidulating the soil
Shooters who quickest, surest and most harmless NATURSOWN is a high grade phosphate, which, because of its thorough pul-
:paid nearly $100 stomach doctor in the world.C I State-Preliminary estimate 66,- verization and its 32 cent phosphoric acid content o
-- - 000 tons; production last year ( final per provides trees and plants with
thrre The wefe purses many a W. ftache of Live Oak has been I|I estimate United), 61,000 tons. I all the phosphorus required. "

315.000() of which selected as one of the supervising' engineers j States-Preliminary esti- ,
( of the construction of the I,I mate, 86,155,000 tons;; production last
un about $10.000. Growers Have Obtained
j j (final estimate i Results '
250 targets $70,000 bridge soon to be built to con- I year ). 85,225,000 tons.
nect Cocoa and Merrill's island, Bre- Cotton. I'
nament and
were fired. an vard county.. This will be the longest / Slate-Sept. 25 forecast, 37,000 In experiments made! at the Maryland experiment station, it was found that raw W
seven cents for bridge in 1 h lorida--one and one-fourth timate), 61,000 tons .. h phosphate produced higher total acreage yields than acid phosphate, and at less than
and target, the miles. bales; production last year (Census), half the cost. ',
I 07v50) to the 47,R31 hales: A progressive farmer Orlando inNATUKSONYN "
These figures S. W. Westbrook with the indus I United States-Sept. 25 forecast near plowed
Just how trial department of the Louisville & ]11,600,000 bales; production last year with his cover crop and made the best J
ing is. There Nashville railroad, has been sent to I ( Census), 11,191,820 bales. yield in sixteen years. Many others have secured

where the west Florida to assist people in that Oranges, I big results with NATURSOWN. Z a Q , ;j'
money at stake. I section engaged in agriculture, ] and LBS
takes cattle raising. His headquarters will State-Oct. 1 condition 73, compared !
er never a
is be 1'ensacolu.THICK. with ten-year average of 8.'i.: Sold in bags-State fertilizer tag attached,
ing growing 4 '1j
United States-Oct. 1 J RtSO
condition Examine the analysis. I .
years ago ,
87.1, compared with
GLOSSY ten-year
HAIR average 1
trapshooters- in ; of 85.9. Our booklet is full of I
convincing facts Write
now there are FREE; FROM DANDRUFF I
Five years from |, --- 1 Grapefruit.State for a copy today.Lakeland tO \I'
will he-jURt as ( GirlTry! it! Hair Gets soft fluffy I'I -Oct 1 condition 70, compared .. "
ball is today. and beautiful-(let a 25 cent with nine-year average of 80. "
Far be it from I bottle of Danderine. I Prices. Phosphate Company
diction to
as --- i The first price given below is the
will be I
shooting I
It is growing too I I If you care for heavy hair that ]I IJ average on Oct. 1 this year and the Manufacturers of NATURSOWNCypress
It is j glistens with beauty and is radiant second, the average on Oct. 1 last j
for a sport all with life; has an incomparable softness year. Ave., Lakeland Fla. 1'.a
nearly ,
No '| and is fluffy p.-id lustrous, try Corn, 8!) and 67. Oats, 72 ;;
competitors.role of Danderine. I,, and 67. Potatoes, $1.56 and 95. Hay
time It spectator is | Just one noplication doubles the $16.90 and $14.50 per ton. Cotton, 22 r
ing." H is. You I beauty of your hair, besides it immediately -I I artd 17.1 cents per pound. Eggs, 30 ;
dissolves every particle and 28 cents per dozen. ytq '
nament without
,dandruff. You can not have nice j United States-Wheat $1.36.3 and t
bug. It's great '| hair if have 90.9 cents per.bushel. t ; .
when have 1"'j heavy, healthy you Corn, 82.3 and
you ruff This destructive scurf dand-I 70.5 cents. Oats, 44.6 and 34.6 cents.
club and
(f. a gun I hair of its lustre, its strength Potatoes $1.12 and 48.8 cents.- -Hay.
P"', I very life, and if not pvercome It produces $10.36 and $10.69 per ton. Cotton
KENTUCKY a feverishnesl'and itching of 15,5 and 11.2 cents per"pound. Eggs R'P P E
4 L SCHEME '', the scalp; the hair roots famish, loos 28.1 and 22.3 cents per dozen.B. .
..JJIi.. Something new and die; '.hen the hair falls outI I
,, shooting I I I fast. Surely get a 25-ocnt bottle of F. Winderweedle near Live Oak,
cently in Knowlton's] Danderine from any drug has erected a grist mill of 155 bushels
1 store and just try it. capacity r
county team race :: a day. ---- --- ---- - - ---- --- -- --- --

ers representing .
ette, Bourbon, -- - ----- I
ery -
that The he Fayette I' eachThem

posed club team, of of of Lexington members members ; ; 1 To Shoot REMINGTONUMC We Want a Business Man

club; the Scott : -
bers of the i
Bourbon county I

are the within Hill Top twenty club nglJttOft A business man who has selling ability. The man we ;I

The contest want may be in the automobile business now; he may be '?
all four counties:

things County for team gun aJ ZZCaliberRiflesITHE in some other business ; he may be a farmer ; be may be i .-

will add l American lather today n.. pretty retired. :
workings of the f ,,
I'I forgotten tb* old notion that any r
races of any kind, charm rifl "will do" for ti \boy Th. Whoevche is whatever may be his occupation we I .
ter-city, known fact about rifle. point a* trongly
or in leagues, or-: \ to Remington UMC in the .22 ealibr arm want him if he can fulfill the conditions of our proposal. !
for the sport, and a* in th. big gam riflu.E.ny ff
persons than year ttioutMtada fit boy* the country over Z
w B.TCO .' '' UMC 22 C.I. and ar* search cf real live wide-awake who has hadbustnasa
, how to UM it-br thtir lathrr. It'ft good We arc in : a: : man, .
i.._ ... wilt Jrvcloping youtk. .
m any
I who sell
who has
I : : f wining .some capital, can
See before you Rs..p... UMC 33 C.I R.*..,,.. Rf with. ..10.f. .
man. I ...... Remmfto" UMC Slide Aeto..nd Solidn.rhh.n.aaisand.d. Moto Cars.
.. 510_.. 13 SbortB.
Pennsylvania 13 LOM. 11 Lo.. Rlfl CtxrtridtfM without
r .. .. ....._re-...
giving protection l..d'or-"I tat. ..rt .10. '
bag limit is one RVMC .27 C.I. A..Ia.J.. We ac repr-sp- .?'. in:: arr.ort! 3000"of the leading cities and townsof

Quail are so R UMC.(1-15 char. h..dhy.....Res..d ...f--t the Ur.i'ed States: and our dealers are prosperous and happy. I
Los Angeles, ,**) ......... .... M....... |,. ...i. M
parks are T.1..1.... without tool...
for the birds.Wyoming C.5 ...J ail ..... ... rid REM 01L' r5..l.r_ A..J_ 5e/e.... L.i,........ They should bs, and will continue to be, for the Maxwell Car is
anJ R pwnr.en
hibiting the has Sold by your home dealer and 1,147 other leading m.rchanta the unquestioned; !leader cf its class.

the meat of elk I in Florida

should be a THE REMINGTON Lmrmtmt M..I.ARMS UNION METALLIC.J X".. CARTRIDGE W_COMPANY/J It is a car for which there is a nation-wide and growing demand
relating to deer W."r'l..frtFiB.dd.y.. New Ywlw.ei.
The Order of because it represents more real value, dollar for dollar than

]large tract of any other car in the world.
in the Green
Vermont. The
]less trout streams "1/lJttOIt.2Z I Repeating Rifle Model No. 12 We have TIO dealer in this locality.Vlc want one immediately. tOur .

with game. The representative will call and explain the details of ;a very .

... strutting hunting attractive proposition.
They are going ,
- -- ---- - ---
game extensively.
We Anyone interes.ed should inquire at once. t tn
BOYS By AND are in the market for small

There is stocks of ? TTLE and will
who United is States indigenous pay Maxwell Motor Sal s Corporation a

rver makes :him cash for them.
flf by intuition.His $$fa Detroit. Mich. f''

initial Touring Car I Roadster 14
: t arrow, or .
.say of which he We will buy Veal Calves -
sn>ie, not by 595 $580P.O. {
'..use, but by One Chas+i*
I. tion and Hogs Chickens and 1
Note the Eggs. F. o. B. Detroit Five Body : t.\lle.'f B. Detroit _d

can boy al he

boy of any All ModU Completely'Equipped-No Extra to Bay; 1

1 1 him.aana-e, could Oscepla Cattle Company: CrIr

Undoubtedly ..

F: coming tsnunta..ior.khe. a natio!- -&, ; 1J." Johnston, Manager.IVO / ... ,

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j ii' o'j METHODIST BIBLE CLASS I!I solo] everybody 'Muff in a diorxu, ev-J I ."Bj'nard, .Paul, dead EAST COAST WANTS '
BANQUETAT BUNGALOWOne erybody',joined in the fame*-which Chandler P. C.; moved.
:by the _Holmes. R.: p., moved. EASTERN TIME.. ''

Ji-Society Notes of thb social-religious events I I: but those way,which were not efficiency ordinary in-wx games, Powell.Roberta,M.R. C.R.,, moved.moved. (Continued from Page 1)road ) '
ot the, season was the banquet of the j but those which required efficiency Sloan. Alex., moved. l '
Bible Class of the in workmanship Underhill, w. p., moved., (
Men's and
Methodist '
daintiness of Underbill' C A. moved fund to be divided between the
\ (Mr.. E. E. Well, Editor.) church last night at the church touch. > .- Williams, W. ).i.. movectt'rfrlmrt ." counties of the state was' likened to t' .

galow.Mrs.. bun-I Those present Included Misses Bes- IV.. 8 a "toothpick lot.,in the ocean."
.- D. G. Wagner'and her !silo! -Peak Bessie Moseley Lavinia Ttn an,'M'. D., dead. I Secretary Bigrtrer also told of the :

Request b .ad. U. aO patroat of t** Valley Gaxette U scad items young women prepared and served Wenner, Helen Sawyer, Harriet Wil- ............ 7,1.. 0.I'4ux.n recent bond election for 'a highway J.
the edibles, comprising oysters I ir) cox, Wilcox, Amy Makln- I the Everglades, which wa e-
.f Sadety Events V the Eiiter: ,., poblicatie. U tI... various styles, sandwiches relishes son, Marian Porter, Nellie Best Frie- Urownlnir. :J., J).(.,E.moved moved.; across cently votad bv a large majority In -. :t

fruits and coffee. Tables wero attractively da Riedel, Loren. Donegun, Jessie Golden, A. C., moved. Palm Beach county.

. . . . . . I decorated. Everything was Padgett and M ttie Bandy Mesdamc Hare a A. moved.ltarrl. 1-, ;
. . . j ,
-.-.-. _ _& _& _& _& _ _ &.rT,& -y.-----' & & & _-. - _ .,ry-_ _ _ prepared and served in a manner; that R. W. Cobb, Kenneth Butler, Holmes 'M
SOCIAL EVENT FORROYAL neighbors and friends quite informally left nothing to be desired. Mrs. wagner 1 Prattler, J. W. Evans and a privileg- Mcl auarhlln IX I*, moved. Frank Baker of Miami was refir. ;
and her aids can qualify as chefs ed ffuest.MOTHERS. Htele, "Richard, moved. elected president,. Horace Scott of MI't
NEIGHBORS Wall r 5;.. moved '
f' and waitresses anywhere. I =* ami was re-elected secretary-treasur- .\
During the afternoon it
was explained of AN ) TEACHERS I'reelmet. p4.. 1.. J. of West Palm
This part the disposed CLUB er, and R. Kishpaugh
] ladies the program i
1. to the that
The home of Mrs. W. Walling purposeof I ,
of, Lewis O'Bryan, acting as toastmaster j J .
these teas to The Mothers' '
was purchase new and Teachers'
was the scene of a very pleasant social called Rev. Mr. club of The Hoard of Countv CommlaHlonerfl by acclamation .
: books for the library and each guest' upon i Kissimrnee will hold its ::.
LaWler'1 regular lit- of lateoln Count will meet \Veil'iiuKduy
when the teacher of the class for on ,
event Monday evening, was asked to give a similar tea inviting a era ry.soeial meeting this afternoon october 2ft, A. 1)1 ", 11<1 16. at 10 I .
members of the Royal Neighbors enjoyed ten or more friends, who in dress, which had Sunday school work at 3:30 o'clock., The program will be A. Moo to hear complaints of perponarlalmlntr -x ,
for its topic. Mr. Pledger himself] I ) their namea have lieenwriiliKfull
would extend the '
turn cycle. semi-musical in characterNOTICED \
the regular meetinjr. '
> or I'rru"'ousty eraaed orRtrlck.
followed and Rev. Dr
Refreshments of cakcr : '
When the guests arrived they found chocolate and tea were wafers nerved from a, I H. ('. Stanford, John M. Lee. J. L. hooka off thesaid refclMlratl '

jack-o-lanters illuminating the rooms daintily appointed tea table I Overstreet, I). G. Wagtver and others JOHN. L.,- OVIZIISTHEHTfuuntx. Cl,'rk. Get a HealthyComplexion ,.. J.

/ and verandas and ghostly figures The I guest list included :Mis W. Ii. I aililcd 1 entertaining{ remarks. '
Harris Mrs. WaIter Bass. :Mis. :MeKm r The social features were conclud-!
the :
were also in evidence. 1 iI l LIST ill-, \\Mrsj: GIVE "Sit HUP OF FIGS"TO ,
bv .iisiMjr aid enthusiastic STHIOKKIV ,
c' II votethan.s
1 :Mis. lames Cu lii wel I and her tin. t't 10M
lights wer." switched on, pretty halhoween unmix it .,-lMtriilltin .
t Ix.okB .
of \ to the for their women ef- j CONSTIPATED CHILI)
Miss and <.l ia .
daughter Jean Mrs Pierce i.iintx itot-I,1a,
decorations were seen everywhere : I l.x il ii. ('??,,1\' '
h. : Ken- f ci( i ive aid in the success of the ocU 4 '' '<1,1.1' Which would you prefer-the
dIlUl'htl'I"lr8. Mrs : ,1\
and of guldcnrod i IViVii "" lit
quantities ," ( , Mflj'.u'n.! '!! and white -km of an athleteone ;J
\ were used in decorating in keeping i tort and daughters. :'Misses EleanOl.1lola I asioiiI "ut t II"".... n" I 1', I..IioIIllIl1.n..I1".1,1',. I I.. tIe, DeliciouH "Fruil Laxative" can't harm pink .,;.
't with the season anil :\ls\ (' I ha Bass :Mrs. I Diikti I I A hUI atx'n<'h the following officers IIIHIH H. t | minim1" ""' that I showed I the disagreeable! .
./ The evening waa in the nature of a"stunt" on.11'11.. O. B Tails, M rs. A. I and bowels
i Miss Ho Ferrell Mri Pat Mrs.1 i weie tlectcel to serve throughthe Precinct .,. blotches, pimples and other marks
party, the amusement being egan > I. blood.
supplied by the guests A flower Il't.on. Miss IJli/al>i-th })om'l'an, ensuing year: .\ i i'cli'g) ,.. .1 l' 11",1., look arthe tongue, mother! If resulting from, impure 5*
J. President Wade Tucker \ \\ . It's merely a matter of choice, ::
y. Ititans ( ,,,. .
't contest afforded merriment for those J..M. \\illsoi.Jr.My: s. J. T. O'HerjIV I '. .1. coated your little one's stomach, liver ...e
I I ', the former toko
.1. wish
\ice- l'reddc9t-4. 1 n. Ihoone.SeretaiyTreasurcrW. mm ,1.) for if ,
f' present, and the prize, a beautiful IV, : henry Aultmnn. Mrs H.I t KIKB. V \\' ,|"'a.l.| and bowels need cleansing at on<'.c. I you
,tiououet of loses was won by :Mis E. Savage, :Mrs A. Rose, :Mr: Corvxin '. L. Paulk. I I'IIHK: I II I,-n" T. ,,,,.,x,..1., When peaxish: cross, listless, doesn't NYAL'S t!
4i: E. Wells :Mrs Nat ClIl'son.Irs.; A. S. Nelson, Ten'hpr-S. W. Lawler. 'lln iili'iniln iiki. H )II.' nii,x <.t. sleep, eat or alt naturally: or is feverish I
i \\ ,,, ,iI'm
'_4i At the conclusion of the evening ami' laughter :Miss (;race, :Mrs' I I..m- I I .11.It i. c. \\ .1.| "m,| stomach :;our, breath had ; has Hot Blood Remedy
the guests were invited into the dm caster, :Mrs Jim (dillieit; and luu|> h- MR.s. P U t I l.I k: Sl'KPRISEI" Mrfu k. II II. "ma ,|I. Mire throat, diarrhoea, full of cold I Springs
Miss Ella :\Ial'1: ,.,.. A. S. Gil; I 1'2'' ''''' s s ,,,m nlami give tea of "California ,1-
L ing-room where elaborate iefieshnitnts i|jt 'I', in E\TRE Nors CI.1'B )1'' Jo:: K. j a ;poonful Syrup It drives all poisonous matter ,
j were served, from the dininlt !'- 1''l't.1I's.: Boone Mrs. R :'II. Evans, I tiIZ'F.: /$ ( ( ] 'mi"in.II 111..1.'\ ,.ct.1 1 of Furs" and in a few hours all from the blood!, enriches it and onnbles ,*,
t ... table attractively dicoiated with :Mrs hailie" (' Griffin; . :Mis K E. \\ells 1 Pio mien t among/ the, I serial events <" . 4' I I' mx. d I. the foul constipated waste, undilL.est i nourish the .
I, and :'11'1<. C'. L Bandv of- the. wevk <:i;im t :'i| ,j';- ed l food and sour bile gently moves it to thoroughly .
t / roses. was H given bv I II I ..IIIMH, IMr:: 'mV.Vel: :i.l. tissues of the 'body Slow and 1
4 I w I the Knrrp; Nou*- club at t':o home of I <',I'll I J It \v dfail 1 out of its little bowels without rrip- blood l is sent ,.
KISSIMMEE MUsic CLUB. I Ii ] V.NSAS::' NEWSPAPER TELLS OFlIILLS.STOIU' :Mrs J. 2. Roherson, Thur-day nftcr !1.]t >m> nlnir. .. !sx' mm ed I inland you have a well playful] : sluggish the v'inR-fill.jursing. rapidly :

p i J I I I MEDDLNC. noon, honoring Mrs W. LAne Paulk. 1: ixi, nlnt. f 11.ft.ii .. il.lul.1 i< ml. I child allafn. Ask your drufrjjirt fora I with through life and \'il'or. you .
who l is member of the tI'j'I.:: i i ;,()-cpnt bottle of "California Syrup
i a club Mr1- I ;N; ,m ,l '
The! meeting{ of the Kissimrnee' A very pretty wedding, took place Paulk 'was not aware of the plans and, I.'O"IR or l moxiil of Kips," which 0 cxintaint full .direc. A- Clear, Healthy Skin Ii,
I ".. sic Club, Monday evening was a F'a i mi yV II rI..1) for Is The' Visible Result.A .
t (. of the Tuesday evening at 8 o clock at the wns greatly] surprised when she WI'SI flhii.i'i f j v ni..V-t. lions babies. children of all ag8 :i: '
9 n.w '
auspicious beginning home of llr and Mrs. L. II. Reed I luher--d: into the Roberson home toI (;"...II1".n. :?.II. ileml and for ftrown-ups bottle will more than convince .
al] work which wilt be undertaken
by when :Mrs Re/.'el'i> sister Miss EthelVera find the roomr. filled with r''r friends, ",null V. \\ L. inmi'd. )'ou. ;1

I the months.members during the winter I :Mills was united in marriage to ,I who extended. their felicitations to Hax Hall] .. :J If. J..1"1,!I"RI) Chile] will send an official commission $1.00 the bottle] I'

'14 Mr Lvles Victor Story of Kissimrnee, Johnnon, John. .1, n,1 Whatever a good drug store (
P. K. Weave the elected her.A to the United States to make a
: newly Fla. hour followed wherein the Inn i II. A I II. ,mi.xi d. I ought to have-and n>c IY things i'1:'
:' president, addressed the' meeting, giving merry KII1.I.I I.i'n I I., mnxeil I thorough I study of agricultural] and
i a general outline of the proposed Before the ceremony Miss Mary guests wen amused with clever original 14It'l.'ni.I ii c 11",1 'industrial hydraulics. that other drug stores keepvou'll ,:t
.r Reed sang "Oh, Perfect Love Mrs. contests with appropriate piizesThose .. Mi'I.HiiKhlln) \\'. s ini.xid I find here. Cone to us
plans. L. II. Reoil, played Mendelssohn'sWedding winning(; thet .prizes were Mrs I in rkor Albertx'. moxid_ ---- ----- -- first and you'll get what you want.
Miss Myrtilla Beals, director, was I I''k'r. n.; o mmtil FOR SALE. l
then placel) in charge with Miss Marcn as the bridal party J. McPhattor Mrs I.. II. In mm, l-oxx... .1 I I mm .1 I. t(
I entered the roO. Mr1-. Elizabeth W.' ring, :Mi1 George J'i MIK| |h.. .J| \\' .i..a.t. Fifteen.acre farm I small] house; located .
kIV Louise Thomason as pianist and the Miss Mills vNas accompanied by W Persons and :Mrs 1I0Ir,' ". Prat her. Itiifll) .J I' K- within short distance of the new PALACE DRUG STORE ,
actual work of the club began I Mm.I i \\ il
:Miss Mary Cecils] Hattan of Mo'unt The of th" aftcrrcon mm (ountx fair grounds and on the Dixie
surprise came SafYiM |H( r d f
The study devoted to familiar inov.'
A4 was Hope, Kan, as bridesmaid and Mr. when the honoree was pl'e ('ntpd with 1 1 I Inn niiin. ,. t 11 W. .1.-,"i Hijrhxxax Easy terms Bargain "The Nyal Quality Store" !
ZL9 songs and patriotic numbers and as or" _\ \ .,.... Price r)00. ('
Story hyIr.: Howard :Mills brother a laryp cloth" basket, r pi !s'nt' frori .n. d. $ OTIS STEVENS. Ms.
the chorus numbeied about ,, _,10;.
,4/ twentyeight "".IIlII. .I //J. "' tvs
of the bride :Mr Robert Mills' of the club filled ARTHUR E. DONEGAN: I'- J
members all of the parts being to overflcwirg with i'.Inu. |HI'I m"x il I :
4 ] results Sterling, ('00.] uncle of Miss Ethel )heiiutiful aid ..ppropnit' giftu.: AHi I ox. II\\t 1110' eLI : .
; r repreiented surprisingly good
Li were obtained. p-rformed the Cl'remony.Follownu Di' ring1 n." social hour iefrc=h- Preempt 'o. :I. - -

- ; the t'p rpvnnnif' - ->n refreshments - ments of l ,- During the business loutinc it was crL'IJd'vLulAtfnmul'tJL L 11'V 1jFdH
; "; fnirerp ;and; cake: were I an,l chocolate were scr\cel! H""I.. 11 II d]..,.x ..,]. ,,
announced that the dues of
monthly he'ixed and ] h. x s |II.| ii Ups''i it.
: the club had been fixed at 25 cents, aery pleasant eveningwas I All the appoint :itnts of the event I Ix i x I r. :M t I.
and that in order to buy music, etc., sp-nt I bv> the many friends and I ionformc l to a ccloi' sine. o of pink Ixi.'x.. \\. i K mi'
relatives 'presentMis and white, carried out :n ciarty cut \ lull I: .1.I niox il H
these dues should l be advance '
paid in XX aid' , f |1.: .. .
: i well known in Smith flo\x',, it. .i..I.1Ilh'M.
Associated with the active membersof I Story is 'rs, ribbon and favor:; n. J. (1.0,1.I'reeln4. H
the club are a number who desire Center hI'lnlli,1: here the greater Others attending this pleasant ocnMon '.
to attend the and, the final part of her life. and holds the highest ,I <' ; h 'I snl'-s I
: meetings ,,
':IIIIIKI n.. I Jo:: I H.! d.
est." of the .1.J Z. Roherson Mi .1. I L. tin"x.
eni community s. OV"I' ,, .
concert, but who do not wish to participate I I Ii: ""ls ti. c' \\ tin x d I.
in the These have Ml'. Story\ 1 is engaged in the mercantile street, Mrs I 1.. 11. ] nj'um. :Mrs Mil I'iax In. HIII,,dmm,
t programs business with his father in 't'in 1'lrc'E-cr M ' II. W :Morrow amili nil fl.I ". I II It. in', ,\-d
due of th" \
$1 for The
a season .i 1 , I
l ( list paid of these members" follows : S. W.I hjssimmee, 1 Fla., vvheic. bo and his I :\ .1. I II. Jeffords ) wo.o 111'1.:: I 1) 1..1..hi. ". ion. XX.i S. ,_nhti.i m.,,\ |..1.,|l i.Il.I. ( _
Lawler M. Katz two membership i' lriile xxill make t their home We wish Alex nI, <'r. :Mis.! .1. R Bronl 4 rards C L. Bandy W. T. I I I for th/Mii all of life's richest blessings II. W lIol'row.11'1': A. W. Bail.. ,.. :.: I) .I M i I. ,i, ,i.I..I.IIIII |
; Goodyear, ,
) .
nn l its fullest Smith Count Mrs Sam Kajrsdale :Mr H. liii. I. 111..1.
< M
Roma Thomas, Roger I Docld> A. i,. joys 1"11111\ in 1 '. X B. "'0'1.
Bearden, C. A. Carson two curds: ( Kan) Jouinul P'ann Mi., J. S. Calk], Mrs C. I. J-"illli,. \'nl ii','. m'in'il. I
Anne B Carson Pat Johnston two * Hyatt, Mis A. H. Bel'!. :Mrs. J, C. 'TIs.ii.. I HE.! I moxi ,1 I IIreilaci JJa1[

cards; W'. B. Crawford, .I. I. Over- hlsslMMEE\ \\M\.N'S): CLUB.There (;riffi, :Mis J. J. Wood-ill !Mrs. IIK \... -I.Xiuli I I

',. street, C. W. Griffin J. Wade Tucker I :\Iuylrs.: Roma Thorn ", :Mr":. L. .i.HOI,. .1 I sin ,rc;, m.n.i.d.
K Farmer !MM T. M Rivers Mrs. llvitln I ". I I': t K: IIH.VIHall. -.1!
er, two cards: W. J. Sears A. M. will he an important meetingof i. \ \X.Kl, x IHx ...1. ; 1tiIL
e Chisholm. C. E. Yowell. two cards; the club on Monday, Oct. 23, at Sarah Prevatt. Mrs. W. C. Bass, Ilniril J '" .d."d.. .
J. M. Lee, two cards; S. L. Luofer, .3.30: p. m. !Mrs. J. Wadf Tucker Mrs. J. M. Gardner Ilia lit-h<.tu', I'lercc, raoxed.

John Cadel,. R. M. Evans, Miss M. C. The question of a date of meeting Mrs. W. L. Winn, Mr- H. N. llurr.harbor John J. F.R dead ,
Bryan, Mrs. N. C. Bryan, J, E. Lup- I which will suit all members will bo Bratton, Mrs. S. E. Gardner, Mrs. C. Jcae'Ii, U C., cl* d. ,

fer, Milton Pledger, J. K. Atwood, discussed. E. Gardner Mrs. E E. W< his, and .Hrlde. ('has. A. moved.

,, 'Arthur E. Donegan. Stanley Bullock, Delegates to' the state convention Misses Ruby. Prevail and ,Ethel (C'liHun'ark..y.m.Chortle. <,5.dvnil dead. 4
will] HA nhnRpn. Rober on. j
G. P. Garrett. n' I Cooper, Cv R, dead '
* All members: ale urged to attend, * ('ourt, T. .4., mo".d. . is. i( I: a1916
H diaili.rl ,
and also to their dues for the :
pay current -
KERAMIC CLUB. < ftt. 1., I r il.n I '1nl
year within the month. Defiant of ',,oistic notions as to I I ii I INK. l I: u ii"x ..ilin "t ty Years of Succeaxful Merchandizing"
< .I k. i Hdph I t ) .
oil I II
mi x
liInloon'Willson.; Piesid-nt. '
An unusually inteiestmp1 Priday the .. Westminster ..
meeting I i i. i ; XX il" nil.
of the Keranuc club] was held Monday Anne Bijan Carson, Secretary. class carne-il foi s to have I 'iii .''H"II}. ( :...1.j t ",i'.x d I. I THE I 'iiA PLACE to get the newest goods, latest styles andbexfqia

afternoon at the studio of Mrs. Bullock - I a royal good time II, Aiic .amg its I I I.'.inn i i.. l>,l. I :I 1"I I',ln, m.,01./1.1.\ i .1.i.i I. J| I tin at the most reasonable prices.

with several new members in TilE I'IUSClI.L.CU'B. I t"ch'r.Irs.: J. W. EVa. -. from the I ,:N I"1.1 I, .I ihn I i ,I. ,idI .I.I i. I
# attendance. Late in the afternoon call I of Ihe wanclerlusl I : m" s I 1'111..M S 01.,1 1 Dry Goods, Millinery, Carpels, Toys, Ready-To.Wear Goods
Mrs. J. D.: Clark Thl'1 Pnsdlla (lub The :Miss I :.lua, ii. s I K. in..x .1.1H I
assisted entertained Bessie
:Mrs Bui! vxas party was given at 1 'm mini, il,, ml HousefurnishinEs, Hotel Supplies, Etc., Etc.
lock in serving sanilxvuhes. mac' noons at be home of Mis l 1 1)) S. :Minks\ lastSatuicmv Pcake's\ spuious: home, i in Cape i..I.i. si 15 ,!,-?,!
I! : and tea. Those 'piesent were :Mis N. I aftcinoon The hours w,,'u' Breeze last I'lulay nicrht I. lint,', Prniu. .1t'I.1I A Bpecialixvd mall order service for those who find It more. convenient to 4'SHOP

C. Bryan, :Mrs Eugene BI''an.Irs.:\ 1 pent)> ,vit:, h piettv t needle work niffl I, As to the 'nt.rtainrnent social and I ."I.,1.'Mimi.. Mi: .HI, >Rill"\4' 'd.l,,.I..idI t BY MAIL
Ir.t S. B. Aultmnn :Mrs Aultman I (conversation Mrs !Marks assisted otherwise all I the girls had .
Henry a )pail> I ;ii,1 \V. !'I. "',''''0',1 MAAS BROS. TAMPA FLA.THE
3I.'t Mrs. J. I D. Woodbeck. Mrs. I L. II. In. ; bv :Mis W. H. Morrow luid :MrJ, The pallor and dining, room "l'''' di cciatecl :.n i .In. i. .1.I !1' mi"> .1.1ii I .

t-, gram Mrs Guv (;Gardner :Mrs J. Y. R Bionson served delicious sand- | i in eolois iricen ami I velloxx I I The < :.1.',i ha. in\X,,. .i 5.Ink: Tiii. MI i,..iiI .I x. .1,I Iii SHOPPING CENTER OF SOUTH FLORIDA

'Ut- King Mrs. J. I II CUik. :Misses I Anne xxichcN, cakes and l punch j dining table was the !niece) de i r 'sist- < Iflln) .. .1 \ in..,x. ilf
and Inez Carson. Ouida Mallov, Norma Others piesent wei> Mrs J. I 1. ence. It fairly audibly groaned under iii mil "Ii'h.) < XX mi" iii. .... .... '\tLIp **/lrLIZER.... JIj.-.iLJLjr--itJJ

I Griffin and Carolyn] Fripp. Bearnan, :Mrs Sorah Cahoon Mrs. U Its loads of good things to eat. u i.i;ii, .unfold i ha,m. /H M inox\- ,di.'"il'mlilrli .

M rRV.. ,I. Fripp will assist as 1) juice :Miss Elon (;uice, Mrs. ('. K. i "Eat I: more" sonelwiehes. "l ike mothermade" < i"" 'h. I E XI I. inox.' ...1llonklnx
I 4 hostess at the next-meeting. Hilton] ;Mrs H. N. liratton, Mrs. G. I home-baked cakes, 'big' and ) .1 I \; innvfilllaxwanl ,-
a 'N. I Hi i 'O \\' niox id.
Oxerstreet Mrs. Milton Pledger, I round and rich" "filled to the brim" .
11"1. N I ile nlllll.xhnr
CYCLE; 1 E:.\. :Mis 11. M. I'fann Mrs C. W. Goethe I punch bowl] with contents the makingof ;VolBH iliiilHull \

:Mis. II. I 1). (,eiger, Mrs. ,1. n. Jeffords which Marian and Amy excel anda I 4., it. XX- |II| mix ilKnrl I

The first of a series of cvilc! teas :Mrs. C.I O. Hammaek !Mrs T. :M. Ku bounteous supply of "don'l wait lobe II) H I I. .1"1, .,
fl .f"hn I"d
,. ; was enjoyed at the home of :Mis S. ers. :Mis I L. K 1 l'aimer, :Mrs L. :M. seivecl" accessories II,,u',. II 111".1
B. Aultman Thurscinv afternoon from Skinn'r, Mrs E E. Wells end :Miss Aside from the festive board and I Ii.linti'n. .I haul,.K! It. lied
S to I 5 o'clock, when :Mrs.\ Aultman asKisteil 'I Johnnie BronsonMis its jolly repartee the social hour was laxxatd K i K. ii..i, ,
I Hi I L. , ,'ii.
by her daughter :Miss Inhnx m. ) inox
I Hammaek will entertain the (ilk-d with merriment Jessie and .Ia..ItHim. XX _X
beth, entertained a number\, of chili at it< not meeting Ann' "spoke\ pieces' ," loiene gave a .ln's. I';linoi., .1.I dr'1.
4 .. Kin' n.'\ \ II m, >\ ,
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:M,,,IUHI K.III T") "" I""IX I.ll.
M 1 'iuI!lx an'" K It. n,i,x tIt\
:M" i'k..1 I \\ d,.mlMi The Old Fashioned
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Under the Stale Laws 1 '4 If.'r. J \\ moxe.lI
Banking bank
a is required to keep 20 .
i "lie t 1 in il.'i 1 111".1

'--- a.-'' I rer cent of its deposits m cash in the vault or in money on deposit with I lOin."..\..,.11.".. /I II.1 II.X .1 niox.lliaWHim ml 1 Real Blood and Bone

other banks subject to check T f it. mlxxlnill. ,
'- I t. l r. T XX' Minx ..dswartz -
I The actual cash I I. i ill,,"I (NOT TANKAGE)
must not go below 8 per cent of the total deposits !-"npr..1" \ iiiio ...1

and the money with other banks must not go below 12 percent !Sijulri" I J. llfiiri-\\' mox.i'dSxlvfutir movod.S'ehoflci.I i. . _

4 the two making up necessary 20 per cent reserve required S: .K .- Grows good crops-Enriches
k by law Town"1. \\ \J. ill. nil.
; Taft, Elijah C.. ileailTrimpi and sweetens the soil. We
.r. IVIi'r L. mnv'd.
This is large and tc and 40 Tompklna. Ui-n. movedTnwmlnp .
I reserve per cent t greater than the J. M.. moved"NVIpii have the real thingHomemade -
U I National Banking Sysl' icquires for small banks outside of the .. fl"o. \\' movidXVIlllnmn. .
h'a F I',. movidAVnrden from Dried Blood andO
larger cities, as they e (fly required to maintain a 12 per cent Alex 1) movedWill .

c ; reserve all told. J. J. moved Home Ground Bone. Don't
\Valiih 1'. M. moved.Warner (
rt i W. E.. mov..d.
This bank 11 not >n'\ always fortified with a cash reserve far in Wright It H, moved 'k overlook this when figuring

,- excess of the legal requ' ementi. but we have bonds and quick assets Zimmerman Wlllrox Ralph.R.. moved.movedFrrftmrt on your requirements..

,, t. available with which ir: eplenish diminishing reserves as occasion may No. S.

r require. Arnold, Rlyaor. moved .
:At el... II.. oft... Olock Arnold. J. U. moved I MADE AND SOLD ONLY BT

4) ," But. better yet nd of far greater importance to every depositor Aiken.Drawdy, E.1.. 8.dead.. moved. it4

: .. ... who is looking for -sfety( for their fund*. the fact that we have an Lamb.Ilupont.V.C M.M... moved moved WIIson&ToornerFeijjllzerCo. '

unlimited supply o credit from which to draw available at all time T ,a m t>. K, mov ed. > *?
I <, .n demand. Lamb A'j moveCI.O'a..rr Maa."*.._.. 01 IDEAL FKBTIUZKR8.P .
) amea A., moved.
.0 HmrllnB mlth. Jno.. C. D.8.., moved.moved. >>- .... J. rttliMr MatoriaJa. Kpraytec' Mtl. P /

lit CITIZENS Happ Q L-, Tommy.mov4Thompaon dead. .' _ err mmd Iaa eUcide .

BANK Tumblln. :J. H., moved '
., : Trudell Paul E. dead. JACKSONVilLE FLA. _
Wlrt. W. W. moved. _ "*

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