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: August 1, 1919
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: VID00918
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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;NEW :MACHINERY INSTALLED . '.. What. Does' A" :Town. .iveed. lIt / 'TWO. HUNDRED THtiliSANIL, .. . r' '1


V AT LIGHT AND WAtER PCT need to,, grow. .. I If( it."do an't ;'grow l it it .jno good' there da,..'- 'DOLLAR LAND DEAL t CLOSED : a.

What will make it crow? Men reall men. 'Men who are not hide
bound. Men who.- re 'not mad at'each other.. Men who are not j jea'' ..-, -:-- \I' ,"" .
f The municipal light and water land there is'no doubt that It can be out of the other fellow.. Men who- to.see everyone prosper Men E. L."Lesley baa ,..returned from a ranch property near Sawyerville,, ,

n, .plant it undergoing radical '.changes' I(sold to advantage. to 'some smaller. who smile rather than'scrowl when' you 'speak to them, of public improvements business vtripto Kansas City Mo., Ala, in his. car, to take; charge ,of,
. this week..for" much of the old,) maichlnery -.'plant. men; ',, who. will! come to, a public meeting' called for the and 'other; ''points where" he' closed 'a their'Intere'sts-here. He will devote
if is being removed /and an eng *" The change .in the, plant ber. has purpose of promoting public .welfare men who are h neat, honorable property', deal amounting to some his time ,principally to th. stock an4
t (n. cap.blq.of; ;' ''developing 'more enabled:the cjty to( make* an attrac. in their ,dealings-real live boosting men with faith i ip k r town and, $200,000) selling some of ''his ''large ranch property. rt:
.:.:.:...power, is taking its place. tive" offer: to the ulkheadingv com {Ire courage to go'ahead and try to make somethirfgotit of what they holdings Iftre:to' W. H. Davis of Topeka Mr.< Davis "stated to a 'representatlve -, I
y speaking of the change Superintendent pan-'for current -to ''operate'' .the have -at hand.-Tarpon Springs Led er., 't ,\Kansas. J.. M. Shook of Kansas .* of the' Gazette'.that 'it was; their

t : ,W., A., :Joiner said: Th. 'two dredge and the council is figuring on .The, KUiimmee Board of"Trade meets. tonight. City,atao:h interested .in.the deal: present intention, develop their" 6 ,
' I engines we' are removing are of'the taking another important Contract.. : I 1 The"property involved includes the !l large Holdings', to stock; the,
Skinner. and the American Ball type, ,One of' the best features I of the situation .sAM L' LUPFER,.Secre. ary.,' i i't Lesley' ranch at Campbell Station of lranche., 'improve the farms, etc.: NCJ
t; capable of developing 125 horse po'w-; is' that \with the 'new machinery "I -" -'-. > \ : 5,000 acre. an 800 acre farm south details have "fret been ,worked out' at

er each, but, we are unable to .maker installed the plant will develop of this cIty.'known as the O'Berr'place this time'but it is probable that Mr. ,))
r unit of them and the other engine,an Immense increase* in power with Wand '7,000 acres' on ',the Kis Psvis" and his son will both ,maker
" cave are using. "' ,' *"' I practically' no increase in' expenl' M WANT simmee prairie, besides valuable cityresidences their residence. 'In .Kisslmmee.; Mr il.
}. ' u'The'' machine we are putting in is other than the,,initial' 'cost of the machinery BUSINESS MEN TOREORGANIZED. and a business" block. 1 I W. L,,Daviiexpecte; his family"to ar-v r

a.850 horse power Skinner end when I for the 'same labor 'will be ''The' ''"Okeechobee". 'building, one 'of"the rlv\T from, ,their1 Kansas"* home (in: ,thnextvtwo !!' ) '
connected. the.capacity of the Adequate as under'the'old jystenuVA weeks., '
up :lt1's landmark's and most :
plant will be wonderfully; Increased." number, of small manufacturing able lots ''was '
SEETHE BAND corner one' t
Andrews declilpn
Judge handed down a -
f', The, new machines were rolled in companies have desired to locate in this i.le.;;'.the handsome, valU.1' in the St., Cloud ,mand._"' ,
this week but will ,not ,be run Kissimmee during the past few '
place j Emmett street located In a ,' Wedne.d. The alternatlve'srit..was.made..peremptor7E ''
j, Yr cai on
\.'.-_. till the foundation' is thoroughly 1-months, but have been unable to doSo"bnJaccount''pf - -, I pecan :grovejandthe: .Lesley' :: -and the
teeaors I II t' -
:hardened and it will likely'w) three lack"of motive"P0wit Every lire"toalriln] Florkayii: prob? pronounced( \ -"th q+tnv .tmeftt.1 '
. | the Orlando( broad besides numbers ofrental
; mayor ,call election'to
will have to
weeks before the wheels_ are 'set in ,per but the' city's plant; will soon be ably already making arrangementsto. J I financial success! and that .it attract- hOIl .
1 \:motion. . ,![able to 'take care of all such Indus-' entertain the throng of northernvisitors ,ed Jiu dreds' of 'vilitora ,for si longeri!I I : I fill the office, of .treasurer", unless
,I The old machinery has been, stored trief that may present themselves J JGOV'T. ( that will without doubt visit stay in their city. It ,It were a'pay. Mr..Davis' ion,' W.,L.; Davis, irriv.1 1 an"1'appeal .is; takeq. to the higher ;/P
.... 1 1ww.M..w. ed.thii week, coming her. ,from theirCARSON' court. '. '...{"J
this' state during the fast approaching. -jing' proposition to those cities 'why _. L _ 1 - - - -
BeffSon, and It 'would'be a grave ,not for -KIsslmmeeT- That U the one 1 ,
mistake for this city to fall behind attraction which is generally enjoyed '- '
the procession. I land one that'wollid require the least URGED CATTLEMEN f'1'

A wave of municipal improvement j,outlay of money for there is plentyof .
is now sweeping .over Klssimmee.andas talent among' the home boys to .
:',- THROUGH POSTOFFICE DEPT.Washington a reslllt .th. streets-are, being put 'make;jit a first class band If it bad ;
in "apple'pie order;" unsightly open the'' financial backing of the people. TQ I.OBEY THE DIPPING LAW {

\;. ,I ditches are being covered; new sections The Kissimmee band, pp tUX the ,
I' are.,being paved the beautify time ;he\\$bo" left for military service r ,--
" July SO.-Through 'in accordance with the house' resolution Ing'of the city park begun and the ,, was .counted among the best in ,. ._ ,r-i ,- "; "
_' the postmasters of the country, the the foodstuffs .will be distribV; .bulkhead of the lake shore Will soph the;, state; and there is no Incur- The' cattlemen from 'eleven ,4uth' hall'to, make, 'speech" in favor "of'
7 war department tomorttfw will of uted by parcel post, and the price be under way. This is a wonderful I mountable obstacle in the way ,of'',Florida counties In convention at'I the",-minority' report and forcefully: ,,
' fer'direct to consumers its present to be quoted at each postof flee. willrepreeent .showing and adds immeasurably to getting it together''' again on -a new Qrlando last, Mondaypledged: to' presented the,facts ,of law governing ,,
available supply ot 'surplus foodstuffs -. the original. cost of the ,.the ;attractiveness of the place. In and even better*footing now that the, work for a state-wide;w compulsory 'I'authority'.for. carrying. 'on the'' work.! 1I'
amounting approximately foodstuffs tothe government and addition to. all this good work goingon boyji have returned home. >,dipping l.w. but voted to.discontinue j I' H.' showed that the law provide.,
341,000,000 pounds. This surplus the parcel post tiansportation charges which speak for, itself of prosperity A band of twenty-five pieces rend-: ,compulsory dipping in'these' counties for 'local option 'elections ''"which
I consisting of canned '.vegetables and from the nearest war department : there should be some arrangement e riz C' concerts under an efficient until'such.a' law 'Ja' enacted.,, ', : places "authority In 'the hands'of. ''J'
a i 4 meat., is expected sold within depot having the foodstuffs In stora.e. for the pleasure and entertainment leader would certainly be' 'a I Two reports were': the I the people. but after the''voters' ,in
week at price representing the The prices quoted, (officials It 'would convention *by the''resolution, com hive'authorized compuljsory -
a of, the guests who will soon becoming (drawing, card. give the any county.
V plus postage.' said would be considerably below .thee ,: mittee. As the Osceola there is '
: coitlto the government this .wa,. Will they .come strangers; some event each day to county'mem: dipping .cattle' noprovikion
:f Tae postmasters and carriers under prevailing market 'price. |I'and pass on or will they. come and.tay t look forward to 'and go a song'ways ber "of the committee.! Pat Johnston "for' any group of 'men or
'' arrangements made at the con While the amount of foodstuffs inl I. Is the question. toward making them believe that signed with C. E. Crum from Sumter'anT'officials discontinuing the work.
" "act government salesman ,each class has not been estimatedl)L ;county ..'report is t l
.'. ference trill as Neighboring towns paid. vast sums Kissimmee' was a desirable place to : minority providing The grouping counties outlined.'in
informing Interested consumers hearings before a house war Investigating -I that'compulsory' shall be the made it In'et.
of money last season for musical organizations pass the winter in. ( dipping Minority report
1 of the prices and methods bf aale and committee' recently showed I, and at the close ,of the (Continued on-Page Eight) ,started In the area included\ south- of'feet state-wide'so far as this"terrl-
taking orders for the foodstuffs. Payment the .value of the surplus available'.l --------T-----------------------" : --'P--- ,the north ,boundary lines of Volusla,)'tory is' "concerned- .he,-urged '''th.
will be made by buyers at the 8 to be approximately as follows ' Marion and Iwvy counties 'on April,|cattle men'' to; plan ways and means''

f' time,, the orders are given the' poets : HNBRAnONISMADEATTENDANCE. FOX LAYS FIRST BRICK, 1, 1921, and that a"four;strand-barb: 'f* matters and carriers will Issue Canned vegetables $23,000,000; ed wire fence be erected along the{work, instead of .planning to thwartthe ,
f receipts which will be, redeemable in corned beef' $24,000,000; bacon $23- north line of,, the working-area./; will of the "majority''of the people
cash in event of inability 'to fill the,' 000,000" ; hashed corned beef $10,000-fresh ',, ..'.OFFICER. ON THE MISSING LINK After the reports 'had been presentdTHon. ;; in those '''counties. : <4-'
, : -orders :through exhaustion of'thi' 000; roast beef $20,500,000, and / "A 1 r .'C. A. Carson movedthatthe He also appealed' to":their"pride-in"aecompliifcinggreat d
' > .supply, meats and, poultry. 20000000.. '. H. N. Bratton has been appointedto The .first ..brick' on the ")lI.sInC'Link" minority report be substitutedfor' :"things In ('this
_. .
" :: .. " -- ---- --------------- I the position,,,of attendance 'officer ,in the'Dixie Highway'between : the majority report which' section of the state,-"nd 'showed that, o
t. ing 'Thursday Winter, Park will playKissimmee for*'Osceola county by the board of this city and Campbell Station,,was :brought it up for discussion' first. He there la no reason 'why the..eatt1emeaI
' :; KISSIMMEE( |IWINS.THE' here. This will no doubt ::public instruction, and will enter laid by G. W Fox, president{!,of the .then. was invited to the 'front of the,1 (Continued On ',Tag Eight,) I '
be,, a hot number and will draw 1 upon bas duties at once; a* a numberof city council last. Wednesday 'morn-1 l '>1
f:, .. RUB ,FROM APOPKA large crowd. i "I the rural schools of the county ing at 9 o'clock.. ' ._ __ ':SAYS GAME LAW BEING' Jy. ,
I I The line" dp' forThursday's .will begin their Fall-term next Mon .. President Fox is an ,old friend' Of VIOLATED NEAR THIS, CITY: RUflL'SCHOOLS'' TO
:. --:- , was: Buttorff S B; B Bullock S. .; : the _t contractors Messrs.:' Murphy A I
. Kissimmee base ',ball artists defeat H. PratU'er/C; ;' McLean, 1 B.; Lei|day.Mr." Bratton is well known all over' Maloney,' and was.invited by them to From the.ehootting'heart out in OPEN. '
s Sed Apopka for the' .second time yes- ley, 2 B.; S. Bullock R. F.; S. Prather --' the county,and has served in a public : be .'pre.enand ,start the l-ood'OIr"by.theiollntl'7"/ it is" evident that '''the NEXT'MOD"

' on the home field, winaing by. L. F.; Adair, P.; Johnsoti: C. F. capacity, on"& number: ""occasions laying the Jirst brick.' c. )j game hogf has''' already 'begun operations. _____ It. .,.

" .a,..core'of 4 to 2 In one of, the pret ills : work in': compiling1 the, .Agricul I.'. The. contractors have 'a 'Cood forcer,' .-. These' fellows' .Utterly' disregard Next Monday will see .tb..openlnc ,it
r ' ever:staged onx the local i AGRICULTURAL YEAR BOOK turel1ceneus'of the' county, made him I of hands, a\ ,work and, Mr,.'Maloney.stated the .pm..Jaw., .. to'' season, of numbr of Osoeola'oounty'ersralschools
t. *.".. ,GazetteI 1 tboroaghl7 famll .!!" :with all J.Ofthe .that_the',progress_so_far 'was j 1 ba; J.m I.d. the ,law which prohibr: beginning:-the.regular:eight '
.Kissimmee. :
-Valley :- toopraeti- Its selling'well'as shooting 'f."
*' tiltj.1 1 and he is known very satisfactoryconsidering the onBunday. "
-.r: ::ThevisHlng" team "played :"an11 county : m nth -term7; which ,is now. prescribed -
Y' tight 'game to the fifth ,inning ;and ;r;will :appreciate it if yon'will inform cally,.enryreddent.,: frequent rains that have ;;interfered ,' .:, There ''ought to' be.'an example for; all the "country schools of.thiseount7.
j.1 .secured a run by a succession good ; your readers, that I*will be:veryglad'to'forward'a'cepy ,', recently enacted" since ,the-work was begun. ,.Heexpecta : made' "of 'them''a if this. Is ** '
hits. In fact the team J.. the hardest ' of the ;Agricultural j compulsory' school law the, teachers [ to-.have ,the:road completed ,by not .Aa iespme step'wlib. taken for :According 'to'thecompulsoryschool' i '
, Year Book for ,,1918 Just '' and-
", Klsiimmee" :las 'opposed I make areport:: tothe, attendance of- the middle of Octobers I Order League
hltten'l ; .. laW'. children'betweenathe"agesqt ,'I
Jl : {
l available for f: ."
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at'the close ,week'and : irbleb'ltpow': under 'consideration. Sy .,
. jinade leer' each
this .a.on. \ j! of --"'" and 16 years'are"required to.attend.
+ r '.ny interested., ,,That publica-; 'CAR50N DENTAC 1 It-.the"'P1ft8'.Iawa, will enforced \,
person matter DR. SELLS .be
I lie takesthe" -in charge fol
; : locals 'bear to : '
In the sixthhe r school for th..lenCth of '
: th.Jennun ; .
; : :;:t-::
::1': find Shopka's balls arid made, a little.,lion. contains ,a. patd..lrofvalua.: ; ]lowing'the steps prescribed: .OFFICETO, DR. R. J, DENNING I.rid.:an,"effort .to:get.a higher: I less'they-have, satisfaetorllycompletJ,
{ ble information and is much desired ';
and In'4thet matters. .
batting record': their own, ,a sue Mr. Bratton is Just.the man for the I I'Dr. ; ed the eighth trade:, Heretofore the
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truckers '
by farmers and ., Roy; :( Denning formerly % OBSERVERr.COW :.0;...
.' cession 'of three hit and,a sacrifice, ,DUNCAN'. FLETCHER, place and the school l board was-- fortunate' Kansas;City,.Mo.'luW'purchased the' length of the';ter, a:;.rled according'
bringing two'mm.hom..' ., (ln .securing his services.: ; dental office' and good will of Dr. to locality! but that the, law 'worked ,
I '
It. was "the .lucky .seventh" for W.( W Canon and .assumed HIDES BRING no hardship on any one. 'agenenr
'. "KJsslmmee fortwo bagger' by MILLER & CO. ; months has been
DREW ', FOR REUNION OF VETERANS today He has had'',fifteen! years :experience ;term'of:, 'eight adopt
1 ,Sam, Prather and 'a 'three base hit $in'the practice of dentistry OVER. '$20'': APIECE ed by the county board':P f education-I "'",

,... from ,Adair, netted twomore runs;. .:SELL TIMBER :'RIGHTS tlantoctober 7L 8, ,9 and hi Kansas,,.three years.of 'whleh-was ,:" _.., f. with':a', nine months' term 'for the,
if; ,Apopka came in for another -In'the ]LO were the dateschOMn,; ; ,for' 'the spent'teaching .In' dental 'college. _.. .,. school*" of: Kissimmee1: amd'St'CIoud; : : : ',
-:; eighth and threatened in, the ninth 1"1 1 United Confederate Veter n.,' annu- Ie was acompsnied hereby'his wife tieorge': .Br'onson,, ,of the' Shingle I. The' 'districts. beginning! ..the'" terns
';' but the men died on bases..A "blockj :One df the in lumber I\l''' reunion here; sine Gem K.H. and';will'.,t ''Up housekeeping :soon Creek, section;.who has been butcherIn'jk Monday are:' Shingle"Creek, .Clark,'
''" j ed ball" afforded 'the 'teams some circles '''reported in 'sometime'!': ; was ] Van Zandt of" Fort Worth.. Texas as 'they'' cansecure' a;suitable house.1 Finney Point, BayflfoKenansville; ,,-,
: J JI' I 'market
""''I'''eontrov nf' but<,,the' rule book's. 'de- mad "this' morning when' RaymondandDavld'Lockhart I in' ,accepting the 'invitation' to hold I' 'Dr. Carson' has net announced his for the! local, recently_ ,Bull..Creek' and TyeonCreek. ;
: ''elslon'was: indisputable. '** the; .reunion;here .in:th. tall,",suggest.ed plans, for the;future, but .tate.-that'1. . brought in twenty-two" hides this '
ApoplcaVleft; fielder, :Starblrd executed ?. : took: overthe' October, presumed( these dates .he'' will remain urn, Klssimmeet ,week for" ;which '.he .reeejved''' 48"'cents CARY:: A. HARDEE.;;;:CANDIDATEFOR"GOYERNOIN ,

: ;several ,...ns.tlonalrplaI'andf timber' ,rights' of' the 'famousDrewMiller will prove'aeceptableto tM..eterans. ) 0 I i,pound,'the Jot', averaging. more. than I I. ,,TNE'CITY'' '
won the 'applause .from thetans,supporting tract located\ east; and An organisation'committee 'of .:TChicago"" ;jWhere,' the reeenf avia- 1 twenty dollars apiece. \
I": both ;Kame. Shopka's.-work west of the''' Conoly station just south 1>rominent, citlcens already 'are at .tion'accident'occurred'we: recommendthat Hides now1' bring' oli.ld.rablT.more; ", Hon.. Cary. ..A.Ilardee, candidate. . + 1 "
,in''the pitcher's box'was, 'of-the best. of ,Taft,,'which consists .of -some ten work to make the reunion of the:>et- old Kissimmee ordinance' forbid- 1(than: the>ntlre":animal sold. for !some','.for Governor. ,:spent:few, ''daisy ben, 'Jk '+
Manager* :Brown.of the" Kissimmee thousand acres. ,' The' transaction be- .!trans', of\the sixties one of'.the'mostpleasanhthey' Ing flying machines'\ from passing ov :rear '..aand the,end ts not;;yet,-as '.this i .week' meeting, the *O.and,. ,
.! .team'in -.peatdnc the pme .nldi{ Ing''',handled by Messrs.;'S. S.: Griffin have;erer'-pttended .er, the' towiu St Petersburg. ,Times. \they have advanced" .f llr"'" cents, a'building 'up" his,fenne'torhAextaam: *'*,
"That oCLbase .. in the .
was as classy a game, and J-D., Beggs; real ''estate'brokers.'The -- --------- -': pound past week. j jIt "
ball as';vrev hay*".played.'this, 'season transaction also included: the $45,000 j ; () NET YIELD FROM .A. : :, is' :estimated: .that" there; 'are'l,meirfs' "pr ary. Mrs Harde" <,waa.,' itwice .n 1
the 'entire'. t..I working, like a machine mill .at:'Conoly'locomotive'an& ,\train ibont; 100,000 head. of cattle in Os.a'countyand -- selected'speaker"of_ the houser it
t, '' ;/, and i, scarcely,any ''errors could care., Mr. Lockhart: will furnish the POLK CO. CITRUS 'GROVE figuring on'' this of representatives, possesses a'"pleas.., ,; I '

be. 'credited;, against ,it,, .cut, lumber from,,th..mill to M.,fath. "-," ,I basis,'the skins alone,would be worth. InC personality and. a"'" ftI.nda.of::: '
"Adalr's record'innthe, ..pitcher's er,:Mr.'David Lockhart:,,owner'of, the 1 two"'million"clollara.I'll, ' all with"whom he' comes-"in: contact;, 4'., ".
:boz'waon'to'.be, envied; and, H. Orlando ,Novelty Works. ,Because of Information" has only rcently:come ...'riD..,..grapefruU and :.seedling er- '.' . r' ,In discussing hIa'"candidacy" MryIlarde (' .'
t' Pratner handled the. catcher's suit the scarcity'of cut lumber it hat been to light,.that. Polk county grove 'posilbly angel the ;fruit; being marketed .Allis; Alblna,,Smith. home demonrtration 'aald.r"Some: people may ;
I ;.with 'more1' than"hIa, usual dexterity a problem for the;Novelty:;Work*'to ,,holds the'l'e' orel for profitable through the ,Florence Citrus Growers'Association j "agent, for;' Qsceolaj county Isin think I ama'Uttle: early in"starting I: AC" .
...nd-came 'Up.with his hits at the bat. meet their :'orders,'.so: 'reat'halth.1i; roduction :;during the last "season;,, !,. one of,the.local,packinghouses : } enthusiast on ,the subject of, bees. my campaign, but I am 'ia> dead "
Lesley played .astellar; part with business'. 'lnere.sod''| the ';dt' season; ';SUghtly'mor.than'. $ 4,000' as the '\.f. the, ..Florida citrus ,Exchange , ]Miss ".Smith:has .an 'apiary;' and has earnest about: thiaa matter'AndWant' .i .'
.':a'running catch, and Johnson and S. however with'''. the: "mill, furDta ID g list: yield from 23, aerie Is- ,the'" reoarkable !. I had f for '..vera! years. She 'is 'so to .win. ,;.h. nomination :for 'governor*, ,.
,. '' J'l'ather"both made. pectacular',., many thousand,* of ,fet a day,. ft' is I: .recoftt mad' 'by, the'' grove ,The; groveis well,..cared for, and>Isa Familiar j with the.problem';.connected I_went ,.to- see...and.,talk,,to Just,a*'
gathering[ .hi: ;difficult- balls{ at -Just thought- .all .orders "can. ''be' met ci if. the-'ym.-; ',Hotef--at-FIo oeDce'Villa bantiful;.'one: DV>ubUess, itts ,with ',bee:keeping' that her. opinion many1,'of .the voters as',,I-can' ,before. 4 i
;.:, the' right.time to till men.on bases, promptly :and without,delay.'. ( Tbls'is' a beaatiful.grov partly'suiywinding generally!'assumed< that itaprlmarypurpos md advice '1* constantly r 1 beingsought. the. ''primary.* ,. ,
;S to'.fact the whole team" was. at,its .The.;tract:taken over by Mr..Lock: : I' ,this high, 'class-, hostelry, ,laita ibeautlfy.''the-remarkiv. ... .She.believes. that:bee :keep- : Mr.' lIud",1a., a cousin. of. :V.",W;''
t\ ::1Ie t."" i I. hart, belonged to?HoD. 'Benjamin which, is the '''winter; abode of,many biT ,i attractive, grounds, of thai,hotel. I lug,,Ia profitable in,Florida, rued sees Edwards who' manipulates the Ga ''t
: 'The game for next week has not been Drew of this city and Mr..M. M. :Miller wealthy northern people. .It includes It, may be interesting to some therefore 1:10 reason, whyhundreds 'qCJafarnenr ette'*,'linotype.;machine ,I and when, I
;:arranged'for though it is llkeli' ,of. Kissimmee.-Orlando' .Reporter a i portion of:the, old original 'Inman to .leant how profitable it lain I 1houLtno&;find H_to Wvantage he ..met', here ,tat the,,'Atst,;UIa1* ri, '

soy, played' on the. local Held.. The-'fcAlowr Star.. v-. ?. i. ; grove 'and produces Valencia, tan...additions Bartow; .Courier Informant to'!; keep 'an aplary.-Tba'CUp"Sheet, eleven years.' .. ..; .. 1..p'... .

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I President F..aDan" Master: of, Ceremonies' I. IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS :

.... .(Carol.): ,, . , .
aWe: area gay class yotftl all admit Kidney disease> Is no rop.etlr of I'.r- dlately. The eoothlnsheallna; oil ettm.ulatei ,,
''And the . .. one.. A majority/ :' of the 111* mictlnx'people the kldnaya, relieve Inflamma.
reason is very-evident. f ''the woJohtiave \ i
;. today can be trac.d back to (Ions ami- destroy gems
the Mu. of Song ., kidney* trouble paused It.., Do not watt until to '
*, < Our'carol a song In herself 1. v-.V"'l!" ,' The kidney *!.' the most important morrow. Uo to your drusra-let' trfday j jI
.HOLD''MK0-VJU; Maarlem OUCapaules.
; : Why should not this our class be gay . < org-ana.. ,of the body., Tb.y are'Wood.Kidney tb..1It.r.ra. .. on. ''Ja twenty-four. hour you
the of
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Having .
among us a musical elft. should feel health and vliror returningand
,: 'dl...... fa usually Indicated by i will bl...* the day you flrat heari
R f c E-', Finding it to be exceedingly embarrassing to expre..' myself 'on ,that weariness' ? of DtI'DAUlfaarlem! OILAfter .
+ r :' r. 'I ,,. ,. point we will accordingly de.4ond.mcy.backach., stomach trou / you< feel that you. have eared j
change the .
: '. subject. Consult me privately and .. lower abdomen >our.elf. continue to tak.. on. 0. twoMLneulea

r ,5 of Constipation- Results When Not I I will 'J.tell',,you more about It. ,_' ....'r t I. ,' "... .- ../_,,,_,"* I (l., ..,i, ,....> and call ,lumbago.tone, -ravel. rheumatlanvaclatlca/ nrat-c1.each condition dny.) :and ao aa ward to. keep oCf. the in']. "4danaee ,

.B-:- That's a poor way to do $ / slenlaluhto derane-ement n. of other attack -' (
4 Weather Stops Exercise For such-a good friend as'you. J" '- warn you that the Ii'' urge Auk for the original Imported GOLD.
But I ;1 Need help. You should use QOL.DIffiDAlr MlCI'ALi.brind. Three elxe*!, Money refunded ti
clearly understand it all ; ilaarlem Oil .Capulea lmmet ,, If they do not help you. -

__ '. WHEN the of exercise ay.tem'and haS! f loud become, health accustomed is quick J to to suffer a certain if that rout-daisy l'orA"' too have. had a 'fall. ,. (Walter) ' .' \ ... ........................., .....':IiI.oiooo .,......--" ....'''''. ,
E- This
be is interfered wilh The bowela'are first to notice the change. piscatorial individual so palled from'his rear cognomen pilots
an .antediluvian- Israelite Packard through our thorough-fares o.t1. .... t.O t.O.
i water'if tombcomUn.tion'of aimple laulitC herbsPalo. municifal' ,
Different enough to i yery.artibidexterroualvjror he manipulates It his -
Change of lood when traveling\ wilh pepsin which train the tomchmuacle as with his lateral appendages. '- F
thote llomed to-long to do their work I"d It
+ nock aitting by acc: nossdllwdh. f '
+ walk will l do it. It u i especially truehat that medicine B- What hath night to do'.with sleep ., ,. t .
their routine Only a email!I doe a needed and.\lnl.ko And gas was it not made-to burn ? '
t elderly people change hand physics and cathartic it act This I. what our Walter thinks '

,.L they quickly. become conatipaled. Yet gently and without .,ipinioelderl As he gives the crank! a turn. . "' >- *- S. FLOYD '1'
1 people should be particularly A bottle 01( Syrup Pcpiin can be . I.. i.R. ; ; 'i

careful to keep their boweU open,etpecially bought at any drug tore for 50c and$1. Strangers seeing the two go past '' ,,
during the hot month. the Utter the family ize. or a free {pat Wonder which is the joke . .ii-
A better remedy for the purpose can. book will be lent on receipt; of your The Ford or Baser \ .' i- -'-' .M'i \ //It''
not be found on a druggist' shell than address to Dr. W. B. CaldwelL 480 'M l. ' i 1 i.9''.t I (Amos) **''*"* ;
D>. Caldwell'* Syrup Pepsin. It. ia. Waahingtoa St. Monticello, lit.RUMINATIONS &. E- Have you ever witnessed 'a rarer specimen of human intelligence than .

I " '- that posing there on the :foot? You behold in him an assiduous mass of 3 i

attempted ..jurisprudence. As an unfailing source of knowledge, on the subject .

.Syrup.; P' psin.. 1"of._law,-,- he _betrays_ the fact' < that he is a biblimaniac. ...: Groceries and' :It

h. ect CtracaCfutaG.. ..... .,. w BL. tifij r. the cracker from- the Georgia! town. ,
k .ong.and-l lean and lank and. brown
-Half a genius; half a .clown

Lawyer to be of great renown. I I..1
Fresh Meats
(Burto\.,) ;
E- I sincerely hope Sit that life will not .
your consist merely of what vy
OF REX I your last name Implies. I If alms '
to '
are succeed they must necessarily be .
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by action. -,------ --
V1 graced All terms of endearment are uselessly inexpressive - - "
S Thou art the Class Model. Under the impending pressure of necessity

:Edison R. Cornell one of those who i, 'payment for the loss of an extra is thy but:face a candle is now to taking your on.merit the 1 color of the red red. rose. Your modesty .

1s "110 nobly responded to the call of his i: hour's sleep. 1
I (Edgar) Phone 302
,, country has, since his discharge,,I I The Hon. Franklin D. Lane, secretary B.- Here's the boy of the talking test 176 Broadway .

J I been among the peach gatherers i In on the Interior, 'in an address", A speaker great, he's self confessed ,
The only reason he's not the best "
Georgia and Alabama returned to some time -since made the following In spite of eloquence and test .. "' 1"

P his 'bom Monday morning. Edison beautiful reference to the U. S. flag: Beauty and smiles and all the rest 'i

can 'generally be found where there |"I swing before your eyes as a He does not hail from old Key West. .00..000000.00000000000.0000000000000000.00.. 'h

Is something worthy his efforts. HI.(Aright gleam of color, a symbol of: (Frank. LN.
many friends are glad to see him in i yourself; the picture suggestion o.f EEnough of this I Let us consider our Class President, that man of I

t I Ktsslmmee once more. Rex had his that big thing which makes this nation -, distinction reputed to be the Height of Impertinence where from all infantine .
pranks originate. The of ?
enormity his ability to uphold the ordinarily i
usual morning feast the morning of my Star. and Stripes, are your' overwhelming responsibilities placed upon his young shoulders is prais-

It his arrival but as he had come in one dream and your labor. They are worthy in the extreme.B Making! New Markets for "

the 4' o'clock train we did not have bright with cheer brilliant with .
The speed and noise with which he conducts a class meeting Is
jy the pleasure of seeing him. ., (courage, firm with faith, becauseyou parable to that of the St. Cloud locomotive rounding a curve on the home com- Florida Citrus Fruits g,)

4 The nights in our city are Delight have made them 'so'out of your stretch. F 'f'1:

fully cool and while the rain. are re- .hearts. For you are the makers of EWe
with "
\ are acquainted his ability to, "Hop to it! .
7 ponsible for this they have only occasionally [the flag, and it is well that you gloryin The Florida Citrus Exchange has been ;,1
the making"An BlIe' little but he's wise
: been severe epough to I He's terror for size! successful the
a hja very in enlarging market ij j
cause serious inconvenience in fact air plane in passing over our .
(Yem '
many of them have been so light that city lost its balance by some means :. E- Perceive yon autonomous mountain I His pachydermatic) proportions Sealdsweet grapefruit and'oranges by ;.

our shirt-sleeve citizens seldom put and came very near landing with are infinitesimal compared with his scope of knowledge regarding scientific introducing them in sections whereFlor-
on a' coat for protection. force but recovered when near the aenoulture. He is super-educated in the nomenclature! of the one-horse ;1
ground and ascended a normalhei&ht. jlow. That non-transparent vacancy on the top of his backbone is half ida fruits had been consumed only in !
Our Canadian to Jto hidden t
neighbors appear : by a luxurious growth of Canadian moss.B .
i be very well satisfied with present i A piece :was broken off and mall quantities. ; '
i came to the 'ground not far from This student of treedLikes
condition. find fault
They naturally
f maiden lass
I Mrs. Cornell's., which- they have in a I I
but the.summer .
our rainy seasons And the place you'll find her
rains create an atmospheric etheir possession.Rex Is the Junior Class. This year the Exchange will push hi work

Mgr I,, moisture which has an agreeable effect I. still domiciled with his old (Sarah) long: that line a* never before.

friend, William Temple. On his re- E-. Our illustrious Sergeant at Arms is noted marvelous dexterity
after; I.
: long the season past "I
New blood and new method in the tales
In the manipulation of her dual occular "
turn after an absence of several days organs. ':
} and is partly the ;cause of so little I '
ry !::lcltness in our city and makes Kl.w .- jhe found the old gentleman in a serious B- Shug, why do you make those eyes at us : department will combine to !five increased

,siflnmee one of the most healthy cit condition. He ftrould not allow When you know they don't mean what they say'1. . energy and greater efficiency to the effort. i

ies'In a doctor to be sent for, so we started They: make our heart. beat tempestuousAnd '"* a'a'i
h thesouth.

'Our railroads, ere' among the best ; in to do the best .we could for him. others "too, 'as, many-willsay., :' (Henry) .I--,,. .,.' 1'i"t' '. ,. ', ': :'c'Lfj:*,,Join the Florida Citrus Florida and profit by what It b

in the'country, the,A. C. I* being too A visit to the' drug''Itore'.nd several EOur Class Dignitarian Is next in line. He isa,, master ,piece" of rig. ,i >\'I"F\fa'.? "-danr to widep the Geld for fruit Fell iafora '.'Ma. r

'dose8 of what was brought back soon Idity. The fact that he is Valedictorian is, ,sufficient,information concerning "i /-1': regarding- term. ol membenhip from '. '
well known'to equire'anythl'g1from't brought him .to his feet again and afgw his scholarly I abilities 'i,* ', '''''f'-''' .''. co, "II. '"f ;.l;> ;
Rex, and the ,branch roads a're equally ( . I .'.. "c.,... nol.,>J'...",';., 1"1'_ '''If '. ,;, . <... ". '
'' ) .hours'.sleep! .accomplished the final n-. A stranger; ;seeing Henry walk down the streets 1A.1l' .r, Florida Citrus
l well managed.,, *}i' cure. '" '' prim and straight and precise . Exchantje.! .Tampa, Flu- la'la'L
"Our' high'school. baa' a,.reputation Actual published data from govcrmental Would think, "That's the Mayor I want to meet -
I 'that few, can boast of./Twelve. grades 1 reports show our city to be "My doesn't he look nice!" u A. HAKES Mgr. Orange County Citrus
for scholarship' with' side4 grades for' ,rrna... .At
1 '.several degrees lower' in thermometer E- Speaking of rigidfty. you (have forgotten Stiffy.v.there. Under the ... .
epecialtuition .
and-a 'corps;of teachers .. I Sub-fx hange :
standard thAn that of of -
many temporary pressure of a combination< of circumstances he has involuntarily I :
I'lftE not too be excelled in this or any the_northern cities, and our 'cool possessed !himself of a very appropriate cognomen. His diligent studiousness ;

'other-'state, make. our educational night. making sleep possible. It certainly is evident from the :fact that he, Ii usually: seen with a wooden cylinder '; Orlando, Fla. :
< r advantages ', above''the'averageuu4 .' containing graphite perched behind, his auricular'' orifice.. .
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'js:' not that'part of Florida. .' ..
!The section; of: which less notice Is that is i so dreadfully hot.i,-- B-:.. %Stlffy;o ar classmate ;: .

fq.kanr! than' any'' other ie'Mabbette St. The' Democratic Rooster Is not With the profile of: a; Roman. ': .. '" CITR ( A" :;
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Stuffy of the fellows
t '' one : :1'
.It 'the' ,
commences vat ; Valley' Gazetta4 naturally a fault finder, but M didn't Scared' to death by a woman. I I '.;.
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4 eofttw'andruns'"west V..crols'.tfi"'city} | - ,
see.the sense in, hishens, quarreling \ '
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.t ; ,andlxyond: :the ..borders. : into r.thsv like a lot oULwbmen over their y '(Mussy T)) .. '( '
t- .You,have doubtless heard of'Mary, Mary Quite Contrary Well: that
conn try There are' a number' of tIne feed. Puffy 'wants than her
It more '1. not, an application to war' Mary.''There has never' been manifestation : BAPTISTS GIVE T .1
residences son;eacb' side of the' street share which she can't eat, and her contrariness: ,in her..attitude'toward ,intimate acquaintances.any ." f -ELI it1 BLUE?, '. !
,:and the well trimm.d.lawns,>.ti e':,Vv-* and ,,old Muff, .fight like! some yellow " : L TQ STETSON .UNIVERSITY". '<1" F

t: ,dente of a thrifty people, , eurs"-Strike. a.",lew blowst, and both; B-. Horn av kissTmite f f, 7 ,. ., 'LIVER''' LAZY? ----- i" ' 1'
The pride of the, town'. ;'." The committee which way appointed 4.'
| SZ ;
r |,. .dwaY'J'our; principal thororjgh7are are ready'to'run.. trOur '
'' f .
Sets right .
thingS '
r :> on the ,motion of Revr Claude W.. ,
: Is 'on* .of the :'most,"magnificentstre grape sine bar a fine<< crop this 'When theyVe' upside;down.;'. *..-v"S 1. .* a *'' TAKEACALOTABVenderfnl Duke at the
. Florida '
;' ts in the state, and when, lighied year. and the':fruit -is just _beginning Graceful and lights \<. -;*;. h .* '! 't- I; )l' ,..-j.-. tion Baptl.tconven';
held in'
': 'at night"''pre.enta'a.'flne, :on ,ap'pearahoe to,tuna"purple.. The, :frnit;when. .'.ripe .With.never frown.' t.. '." "' Hew ,our and 'Ea rpt. this city last January, totry
> 4 .. the one of the: !same are flDe.and large: '' '\ ", So' bright .been' sprite: t" :/, N I ,0' '. )ie,:Yon' Fed After Taldag,This Nan. to. reconcile the differences existing *
( Has ,never. J ,,, \ in the convention for a )long, time
t ,
name la New, York city.. Forsome; cause the(poUtr il arena \ t ,sealess;Calomel Tablet .i\t" ,
1 The -farmers' throughout'th.noun- has; not 'yet been invaded fit. 'force. E- :p.r.y'do not,' 'take to heart"aucb badtaage as' this.- -V ror'are "opening -, and which were the cause of the forma.tiort "

? Vtry"' that Rex"1'has Political your "I' 'the irresponsible ravings. of two unbalancedndnda.Bf ; ., ',' I' 'If,you, bi.not/tried Calotabs."yon of Columbia University at Lake: .1
,'r 'OT those ,,, heard! aspirants appear, tp. remain t City .'s .
I ourselresto'be'a'taciturn'as'poasdble; ' have a''"delightful i, ,'surprise'1 awaiting tome years ago have at last ,
J "from"::'appear to 'have had'a s.uccess- in the background.: Come out gentlemen .We pledge ; hereafter,: 'N ..r
.2j, + tfuliseittl4d. /This; gives .promise'of.. ''aIpleniffut and let att.see: 'what we'btive gain.will. we inflict )'Our' auricular, appendages,with our'.Inane verbosity. you:: :Th. wonderful. llver-cleasising after many meetings suc' d.d"in' J.t, ..f'
.. their
and system-purlfylnjf ;properties'. 51enjoyedwithout efforts and Stetson'University"at
to,choose *
t supply: provisions during from. .
, \.. 'VVhe coming! :Winter,; .T e.., Hong C.. 8. Our friend th<< "'Hon.? W.:. ;:;Sears, Fj iniiiiijijm1i( s, I "WHAT, IS, '',THE LEAGU&OF. calomel'.may: now be, ,Del/and will be the only BaptistUniversity' ? '', .,L',:.
y hAcree'has:'. toty*tieenhesrd'fromand ;, : h..' aided :many of our: discharged d NATlONSr the aUailtut', unpleasantness.' A' Calotab : In Florida,Columbia ceasing ..
at bedtime ,with' swallow'ofwater. to operate
< ; a :
I :. ::. .
that gentleman and his force soldiers ;In thin section has -- +" : '
art which ,,, .-that's aiL; No taste no salts, A '' .
is"the. Doctrine. majority of the
It 'Monroe the
: boards
; J always ,a:' strong l..turen.tbe. arm- been,highlyappredated; by. them and : He HasKilretf'.H"undred& 'other ' on' nor 'the slightest' unpl..n'etfect... of John B. trustees ' .
'' side, - You wake in the morning feelingso Stetson University1,
r.,4 s )na-UJ:1e."f': ), efforts for a libersl'eppropriatiofora up
r It 'r the boctrne'wrldwtde.It will now be Baptists in'
)Monroe '
jrood that youwant to' 'laugh this '
N"1: 'The g.nersIA,bealth'of'our city,, appears' 'soldiers home ''at, St. Cloud .how I residing d'
t is ,the" DooCrine ; about ,it. Your liver:Is,' clean, your state, affiliated with the ,Florida
: Monroe :exempIUI ,
'' Statenseat .
\ M.e
"a ,t0'1'very'"good' 'No reported that his desire'i Is to' beneflt''tbemwhether Interestiar by ,
.. ,, : ; : ' Is .purified appetite
,your: Baptist '
i convention j
i : :' and
HIttr'the'Monroe. the '
'.. "-teases "of'any: what the M congress'/appreciates/ : ,. Baptisty
severityis the Has, ,Tested :Modern and; Effective intensified.lir'is' hearty.; Eat., what .you .wish,-noi convention will '
Doctrine .
,. .,' frD's ?term' 'distressingly: healthy: ;' but' necessity foraetd'buiiding';; I or'.not.-l; Methods i Destruction.: A-t >' ' danger. "The next time yon feel lazy: tee before' approve of each, tms- .:Jt,
th. make their \man's 'mls- 4 : ,/ "; the \ mean n4h'YoUl.,,r blue \or discouraged election by: the trus :fj
i I,, ''\ y livingon i -RER. '- # $ "Monroe Doctrine ;.magnified' give Iivera'thorough rcleansing tees of Stetson. -

'r. ;tfortnetndcan: ..hardly. : .be',called,,re- 'Formerly.i xaherof{i 'hla"'jfb1Uve! n/..'' the,Monroe".Doctrine ,multiplied, with your aiCalotab.1, ) 'They,are so perfect ,The'' Baptist convention ,...t'.

t 1, ia le..fq.ueh eases., THOUGHT:MAN'AS'CRAZY.R'' county:' It-Is ,,the'Monroe Doctrine ,'sanctified that your druggist authorized .to its 'best will use: '
living' influence
'' .' '' 'moral religious
Our-fishermen''are complaining, of .U .the ldonroe', refund the price as a guarantee that
"1 have .utrered from.tomach and ,declares It, :: Poctrine'Justified..J
that oq.pdmerousoccasion
Georgia ; : : delighted. and ''financial in
: will be .0'
.too 'muc'h"waterln'the; + you ; + support:, main.*
:: lakes, but this liver'trouble'' .for 'yeara;fr the last two h.. has killed mosquitoes'by\ : It Is/the) Monroe Doctrine'eyerywhereTo' Calotabs are sold only' in"original tenance and development of the unf.,,
1 f \gives t tour fish a',IIttl.. chance to rest. years people have been calling-/me i "
the hundreds1\in his home \ by ; 1..1edpackapa.; Price' thirty-five yersjty.
Th. doctors could do 'save our neighbor front dispair
not ,
'c' crazy. any.thing ''
;,,.o.Chat'something is benefited ; At.. adT .
by-the cents: all drug stores ( )
;[ rment into the alr.'vTorment : Stetaon had '
for spraying -
rains. .. me. The. awful bloating : He' who rejects It 'is ;not 'wise,; 642 students on its enrollment
; r. ( I : seemed to" press against ,, my kWa mosquitoes.instantly: seven' blinded IRDIANJUVERBRIDGE STARTED last
% For prejudice"has his eyes. : : :year and with
brain ; the
The",introduction 'of'' five thousand ,and 1.1.could not, think ,clearly. while' ? , ; I dum:
the1"are'on" the ; '
wing. Ithasno I'R.. H;. BROCK; Elsslmmee.I w her tIJ.t. will be added '
Mack 'bu. in ' 'offensive odor'does 'not :.stain ''Melbourne r I
Fla. J'u1y2.cj..Lai't; there should
t.khtgbfayr'sWonderful Remedy andit ; I ,' iii between .seven' and
r a, >tarnly;mak."fn.-hook'and UnansEr l : clothing 1'nor, furniture I and is' harmless I ,Miss 'Edna 'Cox,: '-brideofAlfred'Hunt )'
has worked Wonders in my: case. Monday actual//work;began 'on:,,:the eight 'hundrd tud.ntathen ; '
,T *JDI"-thfa ;fall.v.The" : law..forbids...aeinr, All [ human "' .nex.t .if'
my 'blo.tlnlrand suffering has :tto being:. Keep iyour ,;,whose-sisterMiss; Kowen-Hoven'twa'.mile bridge'acrou 'ear.-T.mpa' Tribune; 7 -- -."

t "Ing''that( this fine fish gone- and.I. feet as though newly borne,,'clear' of ,the'' malaria-carrying Lillie .Hunt. married.:';;Walter, :Cox the Indian river .at .this point, connecting : .
tI 'IJ ..--'will-; :left', for those' 'who-en*Jo/ the'' aratlon'born.1.It that is a removes simple, harmless the'- eatarrhal prep mosqnltq. and:''you.J will be, healthierand Drpther'of the'girl;who marriedLII' the main land with":,the"'sea' -'lbb-.Hr.Ti.m: fa a'powerful an&:.

e .sport.; ( , .', mucus:'front;the intestinal, tract and ,happier Torment is .admitted He>Hunt's7 brother Butter.... .(Mont.). island,strip which'''' borders the Atlan.i septiC!: it kllll the poison s,:

t \ I''Early,' rising is notefollo i:R x',nee J ]d allays the inflammation"which''causes' to be' the,; creat .t'tdae, ctlclde ( I'dfaeovered. Exchange.eEolbMy,1Ysm! . ,,. . .v' tie and; I. th.'site for the welt started from totter Infected cuts. .curets, iOIc, "sores: ,f:

:5aikioned: ; 'habits : arnlaoy practically all ltomaeh./'UTer'and In. .' It ,annihilates i" flies' ;as ,0< town''of Indialantlc.;which! will be the , .te-Adv.) ,(. .' ., .1.

i'i's. "' f *our.c1tiyea..but' .the ,enjoy. testlnal..- One ailmentsv dose will including convince".or appendicitis. money . well, '...-mosquitoes.:-' .,'' :>A': '(bottUrri. 1 "of .. :.s a great pain killer.: ,east enc| of'th.:cross:,state road from II Colds Cans Qrip sad laitoraia' 'J'. .\'
ion It-relieverpain and caused ,
went of seat ; the fanned soreness
*' porch: J;" Z. Roberson. 'and Torment, Including '.pr. #, 25c,1 at by Rheumatism' TampaBaetow, '"KissimmarMelbonne. NATIVE IIROKO Q1RimETebAt,......die (:
Neuralgia; Sprains, 1
ty ,the! cool. morning. bree j ample : druggist's.; 4 4N 4i i I -. :
.'A I- /. J r'tund1 e h. .. 'I your. j d(( etc*-(Adv.) v ILW O8 CIt1JF -. . ." "

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U.... a Drip. 11',M..f I The Board'of ,County',Commission., :$0.25; special'road district, No. 1, w . .' .

'. ., ers 'of Osceola county, Florida, met $604.64; No. :X $2,981.12; No. S, .' .I".,r,""r" ...
t In regular ,session on July '7th' there $$138.21 Dpns'In open session, . ",}t". 1, l1_">- .: j,'
GroodnigtttIt being present, A. F Bass. ,, chairman, ; .A. Fv; BASS, Chairman, .' 5. ',.k-'i4tfl ''t I -'
Ernest Mach, John Partin, and B. H.' JOHN PARTIN, ., r ', "j,.
Guy, r miasitinere I and J.. L.: 'Over*. S El. H.. GUY,, TIi ... , ," '
', '. drives them sway to lUy. 'plui. street, c1e l k.. .S ERNEST' MACrf.Attest R.
nt und h.aIu rut. timlli like a pin !
10",,. Ouinnucd to liMP them off.: The ,board was called to order : i. L.; :Overstreet, ..Clerk, A : 4

not Tour s'Aln.llu moMjr bark anest.Unen.It docin'l., ,A,Wilt 20o Its chairman, A. F. Bass, ,an h ;r Mr. -Will 'Love, .representative of
bottle will 1ut.over. booth 'Alto' minute of the regular 'and, Special the United States Fidelity. Guarantee
recomtn.ntl.d, a. a;; pr.r.nUll><, sessions of ,the board for' June read, Co- appeared before the board 'H '
against' fllei .roachM, moth, lie, 5- -5"
mites, and approved. and'Vlnformed. them thatihe,- action '
rte I' .
4 Messrs. ''W". 'R:, Fuller> and S. L.: of', the' board in allowing the Pen. r 4 ,.,

The 'te'\-O: "uCO, ..;: 'Lupfer, "representatives''' of''the South- I Eng. '& Cont. Co. the retained 'perIcentage ...

Mt.ome"'Alo.: 'ern Clay')Ue.' Co. appeared beforetheboard ,' before; the entire work ,was d
and stated that brick for,'completed was a violation: of 'the
: :TK. PJ.a.t ..CK. and therefore : j
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qul r the Shingle Creek road had been. delivered :I term of the contract, -

and asked,.them for a settle: ' released the,Bqnd company from any
further responsibility. Mr. Love
DR BUCRMASTER ment.:! 'I stated,that he ;believed the company }
Mr, J., iM K Johnston came before '' I
would complete1 the 'work1 according r '
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the'*board' and. asked them' to' recommend
4 Ito I the! contract, and advised the '?1 '
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the cancellation of certain tax' 'b
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'..board to follow the term of the con* .
"4Q KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOPATH certificate covering land In 'Section --ga.,
Q tract more closely than they 'h.dln /
'J2'Tp. 25 S., R, 81 E., and subsequent I 'i/S .
the past
'' omitted taxes 'on the lands fort J ehn.I '; '
committee consisting of .
'. fl'at/.sum of $50 and lerk'. cost,j
B A. PaRcn H. M. Stark F. W.
.. "'here po'n' ;; on' a motion of Comm'I'.l IAmes I : Smith llhL1EJllh1till11iiIrnfiuftt1III !
STATE BANK BUILDING ioner Ernest Mach; > seconded by| ,{ W. B.'Wh.JpJey"n-J;,, ,
IT.: M.McNaug'htolt". J; D, grosser,
"- Commissioner John Partin, and car. '' . { rr= "- HI&
Phone fio.. 162 ned; request,was 'granted and resolu-j!| James Minnick; 'Frank Causing, lllll III ...JbJ--r.r;::, ,
tion George Treat, T. G, Erevan. and E.Brevan I'I ......-...., ---
passed. 1"j the board' ', ewe ;..; 7
before ,
appeared ::1.
I asked I Ii'/ ./. .. Mr. J M.
Johnston also the] "
and Messrs. Patton and Starke act ,. ) ". ,, mmlttmmmr tf .
board. to recommend the cancellatlonof each stated that ..'., .. N..ak.t.6..eab.w.a '
',ling, a* spokesmen ,
certain tax "certificates: together:,, thy were before them for' thepurjjose h
t Q: ; : with subsequent omitted taxes on j! .QJL getting, the road from .Kl Ja:. T3UT a pipe In your face hat's filled cheerily.brimful ofJE>rinciJ, ...
-7 - -aouthastquaiter'of1ot1of; block :S., isimmee to Lake Wilson settlement; ., -. JP Albert;' if}1OU're on the trail of emoke peace !I''' For P.A./W1I1'''

_/ of H. A. Mathew's' Addition to Kiilimmec j worked and placed in condition th.tthe .5-, sing you ..a"song of tobacco,joy that ,will ,make you wish your \I '

; City at a fI.tlum/ 'of $25;; fruit from their'section could be life job was' to see 'how: much of the' national :Joy; _smoke you
: E.: S. HOffMAN M. D. and clerk's costa .
whereupon on a hauled to Kissimmee to be packed, could with twenty-four hours t(
'f. OCULIST AND ''OPTICIAN motion of.. Commissioner" Ernest and that they could come here! to :do , getaway ,every .., . M
Eye Examined bjr a Regular Reglatrred -' Mach seconded by Commissioner.their trading; Mr. M. Katz, having Youcan."carryon", with Prince Albert through thick and thine5 '

Physician. John Partbi, and carried, such request 'appeared and introduced the gentle' "You', after laying down smoke barrage that'll make the
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Glasses Fitted. w*)ws"grrantcdrand-Tt-Te8Dlution l men' :" "Y 1sti. 7W.; "Thofnpeoti'elso p boys thinkbf; the .old,front lisle<< in"France t:" "- P"'t'f. ;

28 Broken W. Church Lens Dupllcsted.St. Orlando Fla.oII' passed.Mr.!\ .H. L. Overstreet appeared be- II peared 'and with stated the conditions that' he was.of 'the acquainted P. A. never tires your taste.,.because'it has the quality'! And

for the board and presented a peti- roads mentioned r.nd that he was of k let it slip into your think-tank that P. A. is made by our,exclu.

xrt1nflB' -- X KEn r ANw. tion signed J.b _the citizen ot the the opinion that the request shouldbe sive patented process,that,cuts out''bite and parchassurance.that .

(,. J. STEED Point settlement asking that a road, granted and the road worked, you 'can" hit 'smoke-record-hfgh-spots'seven'da 'out: of: .

KRIBBS AKERMAN AND STEED beginning at the SE .corner of! SWW ,|whereupon the board agreed to .take every we without any comeback but teal smoke joy I '
I of the SE* of Section 1, Tp. 26 S., ,T
, AttormtTf' mm* .....I.r. mt- care of the road'and have it worked '
FI..I... Range. 28 E., and"Tannlne duo west and placed in good shape. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company Wiiuton-SAlem'N.; C. '

't ,OBral ........... !. all State ..d Vmttrt one-fourth! of a mile, thence due I I Commissioner A. F. Bass reportedto ( ",
State Court. south three miles along the half sec- the board that Okeechobee county .. 47 '1G
tion line to tho SE corner of the SEW had agreed to pay an. amount equalto would build a fence on'either side of 'en notice for fifteen day by public and ordinaryexpensesi' and expend,

'I, W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrsl) ,"Section 24, Tp. 26 S., R. 28E, be any amount that Osceola county the road as per his specification and cation in the' Kissimmee Valley Gatette -' turei contemplated for '''the fiscal]

,: CRAWFORD & JARRELL surveyed and declared a public road, would pay on the construction of the construct underground pasasges for a newspaper published at Kis year commencing.. October /1st, 1919,
\ ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW whereupon Commissioner Ernest fence between said counties and ask his ..Qk: 'as 'pf sTribed by him if he simmee in the county of ''Osceola,. and ending September 31st. 1920, be

Offices: 4 6. 6, and 7 Citlxcna Mach made a motion that such road ed them if they wished to allow anything would grant right of wly' f.road., that the board 'would meet on this ing' completed by1 the board; .they"'
Bang Buildingslasimmes be granted, motion seconded by Commissioner at ail to specify the amount, that if such porposals was not accepted day as a 'Board of Equalization ''for' proceeded 'with the'I matter'' of fixing

[ Florida B. H: Guy and carried. whereupon Commissioner John Par by the regular session of the the purpose. of hearing complaintsand the rate of taxation 'for the'county'

K The board then asked Mr. Overstreetto tin made a motion that the board, allow board In' August, the said board receiving testimony as' to the and specialdlttrict" ,''purpose.'for th.,' '

..J. DR. R. 'J. DENNING try and secure a right of way $100, motion seconded by Commissioner would proceed to condemn and declare value of any property' real, personalor year' 1919 andthe,, Board, of Public,
; DENTIST. from 'the owners of the lands j, B. II. Guy .and carried it a public road, motion second ,, mixed as fixed by the County Tax Instruction having ,filed ( with the a
1 Successor to Dr. W. W. Carson. through which the road would run, ''warrant ordered drawn to Phillip & ed by Commissioner B. H. Guy .and I Assessor of taxes ,assessment for; Board of County ,Commissioners, 'Its1'
y Over the Postoffice. and Mr. 'L. R. Farmer to see thus I Bass ''carried.. i the taxes of the year ,1919, ,' and no'''Itemized 'estimate of'',the'.funds for 'rv
'OFFIQBt HOURS: 9 to 12:80 1180. to ". ,"the road,;; was opened and made pas Mlas Albina Smith came.b.fore the I The clerk was I''instructed to ascertain *-,,,!one having appeared before' the said, school'. purposes.f or.the current ''year

Office Phone' 158. ,.ble.I'' 1 board and asked them to 'allow her if.,the. 1 14,000 Collected by ,the ,board for the purpose of making, ending June ;BOth,; 1926. requesting
'1 Commissioner John Partin mad a $300 to assist her' in carrying out State Bank of. Kisslmmee had been 'complaints as to the valuationof, them to levy a tax: of,9 milli for general -; I

LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATVLA motion that 'compulsory cattle dip- her plans in the work that she wa deposited in Bank of Saint Cloud, if their property, the board having. school'purposes, ,i.neS' l< mill for,
.--" ping In Osceola countybe 'discontinu engaged in-canning: clubs, etc., 'not'to Instruct the transfer. carefully examined''' and '''considered sub-district *No.1;. 3 mill :for' ,sub-/ '

1 w, ,'j ed and that':"all' inspector's.-" di..; whereupon ''Commissioner B. ''H. Guy I The clerk- read several communications :all valuation i on both real'and. personal dl.trict'No.-' ; 1 millfor;:, sub-district,.

;; '' Warinf Buildins;.; ';.' charged, except' that the board' will, made a motion that she be, allowed addressed to the board, I. property' fixed' by ,the tax. No. 8; 2 milli.for sub< district }fob,
r 'I continue tQ pay: Mr* Onlla! Bass $T5 $300, motion seconded by' Commissioner ('among which was one from Prof..1 1. assessor, decided lf> adhere to the and* mill for sub-distrlctNo.6,The,

r I 'rI Pat .J"..tOG 'G.-P. -Oarr. M j per month ,tor.,h.!. jtervices? ,.. he; to Ernest Mach and carried. ryP.; Rolf, asking that the board allow)valuation made. by' thesaid: tax 'assessor .1,I following resolution, wu introduced
JOHNSTON& GARRETT" ...j.j'ATrORNEYATLAW take, care -of, private"cattle dipping Mr.. Joe Johnston appeared before $145; for 'a scholarship for student / and adopted "* .
- ," y or.those who wish, to" dip their' cattle the board'' and 'asked "them' to. give (L from ,jOsceoJa Bounty. 'to the Agri It was> ther up ordered that ,the |l Whereas, it, 'has been ascertained- ,

\ ;. Offices<< 10, jll and 12:Citliens:- Bank the county to.;furnish :any one him work, whereupon; oif motion-of".cultural{college. No action. taken. tax assessor'' be and' is hereby\/ln-\ and, determined by, the' '..t' '. I with'the ,dip fluid, .motion seconded Commissioner: .Ernest Mach 'se ond, The board instructed the! clerk to ttructed to 'assess, the ''prtxpertyVatttie.valuatibn County. Commissioners of Osceola i
: .BuildingFla.. J. by :'Commissioner B. H. Guy .and' car1 ed by Commissioner B. H. Gay and make his ''report, for services rendered ; fixed ,by himself Lajual County,,'that: ,it will ;be necessary to
r ried. assessor. "Jfi raiseamounts'' by 'tax tlon\ for" 'the ,
carried 'he to take
was appointed as inspector cattle dip on'proper a
t -. .. .... - . I It Mr.. B.. 'C.. Kyle cam*,.before the'charge ,of, the work on the. Shingle, blanks so that his claim cud 1 be ap-: i The tax- bookV b Ing,> 'r' aiayto"be; 'current ,year)In thefollowing? funds, 1
board''with" a view to putting lightning Creek 'road. ':provodand'paid.r I returned to'thetax''esseaaor for the'respectively' for: County',. >purposes. ..

rod .n_the court.hotise, estl- Mr. W, H.:. Kemp far >oil m'..,before MrrC:'ATCatsbn'Jr'ippedred'bet; purpose'oextending'the: taxes there--'designated. '.aC '.

k t "G CllRSDJERjjIER'; 8 : Inated aetloi costs'of A same 'being(,$800: ';; PO; the board and liked them to' 'take (t'fore; '''the' board and asked. thaij': he:',be, provided,by ;'law;.the"board, ofcounty I.General Rvnti Fund. ] .<-u.ltB.ftO.00\ -. +
i .l'.. 1 I commibsipllers Fin and Forfeiture, Fund ..!...00
(( tare of the 'Jane' Green swamp bridge allowed: ,to:construct dip vat at:Raul- : , took up the Road and Bride Fund ,4,,,.."40.OOO.OO' s
| Mr,'. Z. Bass appeared befor> the iii i making up their budget for 1019; .lemon Branch; ,upon motion".of )Cominissioner' matter ;of,.making'an 'estimate" of the 8n* lal-..Publicity ,Fund S.BOO.OO

k ::SELLS \. : !board L and\ presented application for board'aeepredMr.'" -Kempf' er1 that C they. E. 'L.iD.: :s'Overit et;'.ee. nec' ... .y expensed for the 'fiscal '''Tick'County Eradication School. Fund Fund. Z1O.6OO.OO...,.. 41.00..00 ;
'i :widows;pension ofMrsHLr.Break-,. : ;: from Fair' Fund .i..tifcl-w_ '.0 0. e''
would :consider the matter' l onded",by''Commissioner John' Partin"; year,; October',1st-1919'to Jthe30th < Snaking., ",' _'
f .which was 'examined:And, approv-% 1 I' ,The board took':> ecess'unfiL2:80' t : day of 'r, 1920 ''and Interest and 1 Fund____ ll.,,0.e., '
1. ( : .. ( : request ,was: granted 'Mr Carson, and Septepvb ,- I Bond. Plat. No.1.V: -U. ,
Fie.. :Life'Accident i and: led[ by the board. .. The,Aboard met at 230 p.m., having 'considered the, .receipts ,esti| and Sinking ,1 und,. .
.,. .. oJ"I ;; "Mrs., H..IIlIo1Jandl: ; ;, ; Mr, Car P.n?,Instructed,to,pro ,eed..' Ilnt..t Drs"No: .-i.l..*... 0,0 A 1b..
be- "
I 'I p : : full 'board 'belng''pre en11; : ''mated.bythe clerk nd'theT.lpatronof Inter* t. and vflnkln'Fund.. : -
Health.Pratelasi'L1: -" board .....Th. .c1 lerk\;'presenteeC,apetitlon,for; ... /
her )
t \ for* _the and' stated .th.t. ''WThe';?:board''ordered 7+iirouchers 'drawnonland [ 'the property ;:'of,1 I'the county as Bond nt.Nil .1 f* *-L ,1,110.00Be
'-' bility" and/BoilerL iur8nce.J'kwas. ., irippl94 .,end..dotaa! \\lIe \ "B:'':, tiNo-r: : "'. r clSltttoo.Cp:2B'; filed.R..21,; shown by the 'assessment'rollsprefpared it'Itesolv.dThstthefollowingsums' ''
to support! her and asked; them to al- follows i'' Peninsular Engineering & which petition' was ; iJ by thetax'a.ies.or'and, : .having( to' be levied on'real"and person J'al'property.inOsceola

Eah !Bond Executed I ._.her.:something for'support. Com,, Construction. Cq.,:fot*,'work. completfd -''""Report of "Mr: Weaker, the :':county' consideration': vto the, lleec1a',and ,' : County_ ,,,Fla.i "

v '" mbsioner'Ernest'iMach; t >adea motion ; asper'\ estimate ,oEgineerca,- demotlstrattonagelSt, rwas filed with necessities'of, ,the county and'.the: ;;,re? General Revenue Fund, 6 mills;:
.Same- ::1 Day- . Nfede ::1 .._ ::7-,, 1 that tb"board allow herrSFpeimonth'inaintenande; ; ,, A,Wpfst.jfNo.5.' Flordf the' board?also riporf ,of. Mr. Peter"! qnirements, for the..difi'erentrpurposes : Fine'' and Forfeiture Fund,lH mills i
,, $/ I ; motion"tefeondetl ,Engineering J.<< Construction''.CA.:o F.;..Jlurray,1'pre.ld.II( f of the"Penin4u1. : to meet. thf!_expenses'for; ; the fiscal Road 'and Bridge: Fund, \8 .mills.: :*
,'by'Comml.sloner", B. H. 'Guy'and: .'caiS' I fo ,work completed:ag!xestimate .$ n ;A.. ondo.,;]VhJch was 9 1! Y"r,,; "termlnd, (anddeclaredthf # 1\ Special' Publicity Fund,, 1 mill.'
mCE' :: State'-' Bilk IBniI11pY'tt& : '.... I",",.e d.;>, '".;'" \t' '- | Of t engineer$43632; Florida,,''En* dred" spread on, the' :-nlnutes' of ,theboard. expensesj. >< :ajl( special ''and extraordinary" 'Tick' Eradication'''.Fund; 2 'mlls;: J,
( 'Mr.. C.: t\''Bandy >tax collectorpresented gj ., his*list of errors, insolveii-'foice account, ;WtMf'K;:* O.lRejnold. /.JIotaryfiondjpf;; T.M.. 'Murphy, for'the fiscal yea*'1919 from'*d valorum Fair Fund, 1" mill "* '.
.",, des"and'double assessments for 1&1BJto" .1 t'; for surveying 8.R.'dc'8., : Dltt.NO. t with Engene C.:,Bryan''and J.'. *Z.I]f taxation, and the'e.timtited 'no Interest' and'Stnldag''FundBond'/ .'!', A''

. ,J.W.THOMPSONRuneial. .. r' 1 ,the' board of county commi'sloners' I| .8,',.$.21p.1"I Alsowarranuf( ...>)H *200 Roberson as-.sureties, was..examined,j!celpta''f: ';;other::'sources ';,oI.Lbo District"'NoV. ir'7;; mills;,* ; .
"" ; tor'examlnattofand'approvaiby: the ]and approved," alsoi:>notary A bond; of I .Interest' and Sinking ,, Bond
for inttoax{tiwPpoarn{ l l>mortgage ay.fablewbech'satde.tipmteis ordered Fund a
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.I"r; ; l l :DiretpiAND t .laid .board, whereupon,;after .a .careful ; tor.1: ix) month. Mary Puc eta: Foster,' with4: American spread upon. the minutes'of. District'No.. 218'mlfs.' ';' '
, 'L .. ; examinaUon-'th."board' made:and [# fdr. C. .Aer..ppeared'" before Surety ,Company of ..New' York, 1 as the board; '" Interest :and Sinking'lund; Bond! ,

-l {'t '', .' ", : ittached'.to* Inch'b:: po.k? the' follow--; the board and"taw,tba\ Ji.'.>underStood'compulsory surety. .CdsVJ>m 'of State' of Florida ,The. ., estimates.. .of.., ;the. ;' 'necessary. ---- ',:' '
,' Pl1.1WiF'' Balsden (Continued On Pap Seven.)
\ ,; 't i 'g-'to-wttsv.:\ .. 'i, ,, > J" | :'catti*. Dipping'la' vW ( Gus ,

: W., ,the nndarslgned*,members' of.the county hstd. been' discontinued together, with, the Sberirs'fed }pal A .
LICENSED EMBALMER the Board of County Commissioners bxH that ,he;.continue to, for prisoners'% was: examined. approv; > * i +N

l Store Chapel Y in 'anct'for,' [the county r of Osceolahave ;\ !dip his"'and? asked; th mto'silowhiwtheuse :!| ;Led. ;iaM ordered paid., ,1 j| f. ,Q: .i ''C3t. W- _. '
ands Stewart Ave. retiulty4examlgad and compared ; of-'one' "Tfco ct.rk.of'the circuit court harIng
of the tester., Comilssioner
'I'.' J. tnnms.a., 'Ifti J1, .! 'the". above 'IbtsUknd ,have ! ". 'E. I.. Do. .Overatreet 'mad.- 'prepared estimates of th...revenves 'RIistate ,:and .l InsuraNceAgency; 3
y rte.. ty T lowed 4thv: |'.JJI'; 'C. Ju. .Bandy,, .W I'4 motion'that his request! be granted," |and 're e pt. "front sources'other: '. :
.... .. ...,It.. i ...i..i ... therefore entitled'.-to Vredit, on account motion 'seconded 'than from taxes"to be levied, reawja= ,' i *>"* ; ,
"foV* ," "tobe'=-expected from' the""first Vi have'i welTielecled Dei of'properties for ale amongJ;whlch : F'
'cTIL.LER': : ; of:.said list the following 'John ''Partin and earned" s 7"7The. abip ; :
t .. .- M ... .. f" :t.. imounia) tTotil State: taxes, $1324.; / : clerk presented and read In day'of. October, 1919, to the 80th day -'are 'some very' 'attract(..':Yarmir.Ranches,, Orange.Grovesbusiness
< Real Estate :\,f 45i/Tot.iTCounty:. taxes, $6,375.90 j open| board "a letter' 'or, proposal I of''day'of: September; 1920,' the board:esItimatei. buildings and dwelling' ',t an In Osceol."Col1 1tJ', and each''propoaltiori: !

., __ Agency" tptni;; sub- chool district taxes, $548.? Mr. X F." Stroup' "grant'-right' of having ':,been, 'properly' vert- listed'at its minimum"value;"soma: Include aH necessary, farm "equip-- ,
r .49total.epeclal; l : road district taxes, ',to road running through hit'fid under,oath were ordered spread ment. '}We, alocan offer exceptional;bargains'in KIImmee'and .St.; : :A' ,
r Realty boucht and sold.. : 525.97 ':i e'ounty":and special-/districtiaxes pasture way the terms,of which'were i notsatisfactoryto (upon the'f!minute. of:the board and Clopd'';properties) tlow'owned,by n-resldents' who'svre .wflltag' to tell" :

House rented. divided. as follows: General refs ; thebardwhereuponCommissioner ,the 'original. tojbalflled-ai.sjlpartj: of .at a sacrifice; thn"offering an excellent opportunity to" invest k':'Mttle" .

,4 '. ,Taxes paid and Tides- venled* enue :undr! :$1, 03.00: ;=general'"sohboi 1 f -: John,. -Partin-v, made-A the..records. of..the, board.11 ; : : t a ;
t foKnon-residenU.: ; .L ;,' $:,684. 0; hard lurf &: "road notion.'that' the clerk be instructed I 1' .TIi.'tax, assessor'having: presented to, com*. 'Call. ,or-write. n*.': y. Lq'5rE +
jRre. ''\ndI'AocUeal IsWroranccb fund, $d,634.20Igen.ral''rad' fund, te':write Mr.; his books showingthei8sessed.Tlti' \ I'
; Stroup =
: ; =
.. 902.25} fine, and.. forfeiture :funds :, [anon of property,lot,examinatioBt. by r A::; : Incu ; ;,

Indemnity Bonds,. |; ;.v ;; $SOO.75{special publicity'fund 4120.* ". .. < [the,bpardln;; compliance! .;with. \ :;refquiremnts i ,D. G. ,WAGNER MftUD er. r
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14 ,
30; tick'eradication fund, 481.20;. S. PlIes Cored 6 to Days ) I"I i iW ,,'of Sectloa 23''of Chapter fit! :
No. $450.45No.: .2 PAZO OWTMnfT.,. 669alLaws of and the board ; Klflslmmeo .. .\ \- -; ,- ,PIot'I4
s. ;D. 1. ; SS 68; =: Mdln,at Promotes" Florida <
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gubacribe"fcr 'the m. Tnynee vas N. '81$91.421' No. 5,; $(WX Ol, No.l, ,- :, '.y....p.o..lbei Ant In* Pita- *&a'n0'[' haul*it**t'of.; county j',eommlssloners* -I ,having';.giv" .j..; 0000. >. 6 1, tao 00 M CO < OfvOtM' -r. M-.... ..1.- -.-M., < _" ,

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D 'COUN < u. ?"" WTFOX: SAYS' TAYLOR PARTtN BURIED WED ..I Farmiag'tools'and 7' Implemented - 't ckm. o published at'lae1t"II. tJeJ.

4 USSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE 11IIe Watcher in the! Treat.p j j'NO. j USSIMMEE. 1Sf BOUND' ,TO" COME I .NESD T.. 'C. _half.t.d near KenansTllle., balance Kenansrllle.terms Fla.Price to suit."BH. $.littW.ANT1CDWe .1oe. ./Tolls., t..lee poutttT about II.1I".tooll month citrus at fruit raisin 100 and per! year-dairy.nt. truellEJ' y ying

.......... Every r..tay. '' :Mr., "G., W. president of the I Taylor Partin N; pioneer, residentof an4'three general yeah for farming 1.110: paperstats. Only 'Ite.toeM la the' ,

Itl./--.e Valley t Mwete Nay, city council I. "of Kluimmee'amost 'will pay the highest Writ today. , ....rt_ 12 one ', this section died at Arcadia this market price for pine vender timber -
1- Salutations and felicitation to our persistent .boosters, and if .his I week..and his body was brought her loaded on cars, anywhere In iO IIALIII-One Emerson Typewriter.
r W. B. .Ra...... ........... R H, Brock.beca'u. example were emulated by all' of ber miles of-Orlando. Fla. Dixie Lum, FOR model th..... lslble, as good &II
... Secretary friend and neighbor, our for burial. Bis illness was an extended ; A Veneer Co.. Orlando Fla e. ". news
B. ,,0. A* *w Apply Van.O..U.
.ltalmktt '. -M JN*. XI .. of Ms poem, "What It tbe'I citizens nothing could prevent 'this one covering a period, of more I-Ct.pd -

Learn of Nation,'? "which appeared city from becoming .one ,of the leading than a year. FOR SALE)-1 single .aClln! J doubt"wason DWELLINGS. tor rent. Apply toK..TIII.r. .
............. Itateei : 1 old UIneB
two-year tr n1\ -
One Copy On. _..._..t.On .OO in the Tampa Tribune last week inland "town* of the state 'In the the funeral serviceswere held on plow. H. 8Jaar a. r It-It,
Copy, Six Month....._._.v 1.00 worded and 'next few! FOR 8AI.B-Second-hand Ford ears .
On 'Copy. Three Months____._ The verse- were adroitly ;, j 1 year Wednesday at Rose Hill cemetery, rARWBR0: .-a nd today'for a fre earn' >,pO attractive prices. 'Osceola ,,:Moto' '
carried the author's thought per- In talking to a representative of Rev.. W. H., ColemaD'officlatilig.. pl* copy of the Florida Farmer and ''Co., J07 Brosdwey. . ,

mthorlted All communications. correspondents except'must from.our be, fectly. Here's hoping that ,be may,the Gazette ,this week Mr. Fox safyi\ : The'deceased wa born In Orangecounty - .. .---

susrned'by the writer. returnedanlesb Come again. }' "1 have no property in Kissimmeefor and lived .in this ..ectlon"prae.-' ,

1, .. Rejected called matter for. will not b. :.1 I'I "e.e M ,- .ale, but am buyingand Increasing tically all his life.: ,He was' forty-six:

'(Entered In the Poitoffleeat KI.alm-1 Watcher ,recently ,stated that my holdings'' her*. Kisslmme* i I. ygara old and leaves ,"a. widow! and' '

.... Florida a. second-class matter. the Tower of London had been built 1 bound to' come. .In 'my opinion this five. children and one dead. Hundredsof ;

nearly one hundred years ago. He 1 I city I. ,, right now \on the ere 'of a He wa the son of, the late Henry '

had his information on straight but i wonderful development: and believe Partin and the nephew of Bob and
E11aEt I while he wrote .a mouse scooted out i that In :ia few.'')year property ''here Steve Partin, besides a number. of Touristsare

.tv I:of the typewriter, which jazzed him will be worth ,three time what it i I. Other relatives. :

II Iso that he foozled and wrote hun today. I. have nothing; to Sell .them ,

'dred Instead of thousand. but I am advising my friends who The Lee county commissioners

7 1 :A big gasbag known a. .a 'bllmp have money'to Invest' to come to Kis- have' appropriated funds for a scholarship Coming .

I recently flew across the Atlantic simmee, and have assurances'from a to the College of Agriculture. _

r. Ocean from' England to America number of. ahem' that they will be They have also Set aside sufficient '

I something more than, three thousand her this fall. All we have to 'do 1. funds to pay the expenses of three to Kissimmee this fall and winter, and -

1 then after Testing to put" our- .J Koulders-to-the --wheel boys at th Boys'Short Course whichis '
ATE PREP 1I mile.' In 108 hours; '
4 I every will be
j I three or four days, flew back and pull together and nothing on held at the College? of Agricultureeach unoccupied room, In town .

again to their starting point? .with ea'fth'can keep Kissimmee from, becoming year. needed to house them.
perfect safety to all passenger I Florida's leading' inland TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 1 "
AUGUST I 1819 vacant
FURNISH rooms"
Let y"ur
About the same time an airplane city Notice is hereby given that I will cell us ..

A good band I. one of the best advertisements i rose from Carlstrom Field at .Arca.! before .the Florida Court on Home the Door lit day'In KIsftlramee. ofSeptember for now and be, for them when ,
I you, ready ;
a town can have. die to a height of twenty thousand LIGHT AND WATER PLANTWILL A. D. Kit. during the -
hour. of sale the. following described
( lira .1
feet, finding e temperature below SOON BURN OILIt property situated In OscrolK tb.eycome. ,.
4 Kissimmee could easily have the County, Florida! Lot IS of the Plan
freezing and watched the sun .set at of Breeze. acordlna to the Official
Cape '
best bomt band in the state this win- ;ten o'clock p. m. "These two items is now practically, decided that Plat tiled and recorded to satisfy Everything in Household and Kitchen
Kissimmee will discard wood a Judgment of W. B. Maklnson, Company
for fuel
teir."The'ilret stir the imagination mightily. They Florida Corporation, against Furniture at low prices' ,
ia the municipal, and
light water
Ludlanv and MacDonoua-h Company a
called "modern-miracles" and so
bricks werelaJd on the are [plant and use in its place fueT oil, Florida Corporation, In the sum ofiflOl.St t-L '
they are; and' yet if we are to judge i ; said judgment being obtained
famous missing link in the Dixie ,and it i. now only a matter of time {Un' the County Court of Oaceola County - .
;; the future by the past it will be buta Florida on the 6th day of Aua-ust, CASH OR INSTALLMENT
Highway this week.. short time till such things will when the old machiney will be replaced -'all, and transcribed to the Circuit .
with equipment to make ythe. Court on the same date. Sold subjectto
While the city is forging ahead in'seem commonplace. One year ago change. for encumbrances.deed.. Purchaser to pay ;

the matter of municipal improvements when an airplane came to town the Messrs. Gilbert and Arnold of the This 1st day of August. A. ,t>. m*. ;-f

4 ,'g it must not be forgotten that ]whole population turned out to do it light and water committee of the Sheriff of Osceola L. H.County INGRAM., Florida, Ce H. GRANTHAM Th,

the schools are the level by which a honor; but now they recei\e only an city council with City Engineer Mac- M-4t. Satisfactory 5fer
and that-indifferent glance. It may. not be I
community is mea.ured.up/
Donoug-h and Superintendent Joiner
absolutely long we will see a time card Classified Advertisements -
buildings are before( '
adequate 'visited Ocala last 'week where the oil 4000"OO'Ot.o.o..o..o.o..oo..o..o. . . .
in some conspicious place
to best results.Before
necessary is in 'use to the entire satisfaction to ,
something like this; -
you smile at Henry Ford's Central Florida Air Line the authorities of that city, and returned -I FIXTURES fOR .SALE: '

admissions in .the famous libel trial \, Blimp Station. home more convinced than ev- TWO II ft. wall cases: one Id ft. wall
er that wonderful saving would be case; four 8 ft wall cases: one S :
called for
remember that he has just the following -
Blimp No. B-48 will observe effected ft. umbrella case; alx. ft. floor SUMMER SHOE S
one thousand/ soldier maimed in the Time Table:- .by- thechange.City cases plate glass and marble base:
and he will hire ten thouss' | Clerk J. R. Gilbert\ was instructed horse-show case consisting Of two
war says -SouthboundLv. 8 ft. cases and one 7 ft. case with

and more a* 'soon a. he can providefor Kissy _____________ 7:00A.M. to write to different companies rounded ends and marble base. Almost .-....... ..
new outfit for sale wholeor
as a
them. It isnt so much what a Ar. Tampa ___________- 8:01 " for bids on equipment and as In partV.. El Jacobs Co. US for '
what h doe. 'that establishes " soon as the committee, which is em- West Bay Jacksonville._ Fla. We Have
nan says as Lv. Tampa ______.___*- 8:32 -
: powered to act can decide what is WE HAVE a beatulful/ ..- ,\
.' his claim to patriotism. > 8:52 " "
Ar. St. Pete. room bungalow with all modernconvenience.
'I -Northbound- I the best type for the least money, ', nice location, close In. ;
c The of Central! Florida are' I the change will be made. See Nelson Realty Co. for price andparticulars. Them
rt papers Lv. St. Pete ____-______ 3:00: P. M. Men .
aU expressing regret that that From the made it. is
: 8:20 " estimates WK ARE! offering for quick sale a
I Wayne Thomas ha deserted this Ar. Tampa --------- I thought that the new fuel will save ten acre orange. grove of SCO bearing .
Lv. Tampa ________ __ 3:40 " : trees. Has enough fruit on in the
section of the state for a wider field in the of pay
trees Interest
__ " something ,neighborhood to on purchase
Pensacola. Ar. Kt .y _________ __. 4:41 price. Close to shipping station.
... of newspaper work at. ,1, -RULES-- $1000 per month to the city,,and the Nelson Realty Co. Women 1
J Wayne Thomas is'a mighty good fellow council wishes, to loose no time in
Passengers must not stand on rear WR HAVE a barge clientele In' the Best Makes
as well's ,a thorough newspaper making the change, in fact they expect North and West waiting for hiTh ..
nan and hi* contemporaries are glad steps. No smoking or talking politics to be burning oil within sixtyday class groves and ranches. List yourprop.rty
., ; fire and gas too dangerous. No with us for quick turn. and
that opportunity i* knocking at *. Nelson Realty Co.
door. book agent allowed. I I J and
LOST-One corded tire and tire rack
4 Instead of reading in the .Gazette
I| RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT IS complete with tire rack,, else 14 by
A well known scientists predicts about our young folks going to Lake f%. Tw"ntyI40Uar.. reward.

that tremendous- disturbances will Conway, and East. Lake' to cool off Inthe'Umpld GRATEFUL. TO RED CROSS\ Theater Wire -collect.Jacksonville.E. J. Spark Fla., ,,' Arcade 11-61. Children Latest Styles.

next December when this old water, we all _read, something -
P h occur The thank of the Omsk Government CATTLE) FOR BALE)-1 two year old
earth will reel from the mighty like this Last Thursday even steer, 1. two year old-heifer, yearl-
for the work of the American Ins steer, 1 yearlingheifers.. Theseare OUR PRICES WILL SURPRISE
hurricanes bunch of our best men YOU
h '.'boek. H speaks 'of ing a young I Red Cross In behalf '.of the Russian all Rood stock.,, Henry Oatllff.
lightnings and colossal, rains. We.and a bevy x>f 'our prettiest girls, Corner 7th St. and Ky Ave., Saint '
people has been formally (tendered, Cloud, Florida ,. I.atpd.W . FRED'S'
might fear the hurricanes and light-' chaperoned by our handsome mayor '' t GILBERT
through the State Addressing
nings, but thos*''rain will h... nothing took a powerful D. II. plan and sailed ( Department. -Practlca] lady.nursing by middle .
the acting secretary! of aged maiden Apply or
on what we have been having above the clouds some twenty write Miss?Emma ',Hessler.' 405 Mab- I
State S. Ugbet charge d'affair ad .
bette St- 81-11. ,
this season. 'I thousand feet over the city, and enjoyed eHE
interim of Russia sent this letter
a' cool sunset'i t,ten o'clock. A ; FOR 8.ALlD-On. 'Poland China' sradesow ,
'Several of the published ln'sleighboring' 'It 'is of great satisfaction to met and, six shoats C. H. Funk.31.35.pd.
paper delightful lunch was ..necJ. one'feature WITH N0
be In receipt today of cable
town have taken occa- of. which was ice cream that was i
from the of Af FOR BALD-EI..htJ') acres; IS acres
Ministry Foreign
lion recently to mention the almost :frozen on the spot by the natural cleared and und.r fence: 1 acres In
Impassable condition of the Dixie fairs.Omsk, requesting me to .express bearing orange srover 1.000 worth
cold of the high altitude. They spent JZjMONY ti
/wM the of cypress umber on tract; four-
to American Red Cross
Highway Just south of; Kisshnmee much time Ringing aDd,th.' people in : room boas and kitchen. Also il '
'but In each event failed to qualify Admiral Kolchak's deep gratitude for bead of cattle and a good bunch of
; r Kissimmee thought that it was the range bogs loose on tbe 1'0 c..'
.th;,printing::the rf act..voices, of angels until they got- low _Siberia The.unsel '-i wit "
that the hard surfaced road there is , fish and ,of the American No Worm la a Maanby C3 Jed r"
enough 'to distinguish; the word 'of
Red Cross has relieved All chlldre traaUei with worms have aaKealUiy er
greatly '
In court. "of construction and that ,."Little Alabama; Coon/' which ,:'settled cokx.whisk' ladlostss poor blood,aced as a WITHOUT!
i1 the present condition,is only temper- the matter. .One of the the, sufferings of the people In Sibe. rale.then* Is men or toss _eda dl.mrtaaa. ,
"' young rtaandI.amconvinced'has_ beenanImportant GROVE'S TASTELESS: : chill TONIC w spry. ladles;'had been I instructed_ .by, her two or three weeks will sarka tile blood ..- 1 Iri
1 'factor in
strengthening .
pelb.dla-etlo&andamu o-.J8cnD Ito
a Reading+th.Vlley:; ",Gaiette :onejfould ,mother to be back soon'after ..UII..t.and ,ties'of friendship betweea the United. enin TooJetath........system Matarawilltheathrew
,when reproved by her parent'forstaying off or dispel the wanna,and the Child will
'! ,believe.Kissimme* to be'one" .State and Russia." r .
'she ....t to...... .e per bottle.
of;the liveliest town in Florida.; Tb, '| .out till nearly"eleven, ,.

,advertising' column. "oold'conrinre"' naively Midi "But"Ma: obeyed you' 1 a

after all, for the sun didn't set where ...... *'
you;that it'had about four live mer-;' ; f
bra /.dwIt.:and ,two' bank-Okeechobee i I wa* .until.after teD'o.cloek..ft' "But r )LNotbisg

jN....: I my child; didn't'' 'you it near]]) cold freeze. :(Kite,the abT-*'.'"*a4 ihytda' wfll erer 'c... te (tke'*

,, !*The. for Valley the Impression Gazette has: ,making no apolotI -,"way.Oh noi up(.there:Mother where, ,I had- was, something so f. N." O'.tW' ... ..'.. J Hu Wk. Sara HU M...,. Tie Mam,Wk*'-Skew* aa ladia.tioa .,

;_ on"".utsid .'!'reader,. ;: a' ." ''t., 8._ sjmrlJef fer,Hi Family\aa4_Pays Hi Debt t,
Jiv. ,town, ana is making morepro-i; .

-L *. gress:;right now tbas,H'ba. at";;any E RLI.WJLI.LUIS'IN A ROLE. . , \ _, .. \ t.1.. . -' Misfortune'may' comefo-such; ) a man;by" chance, wipingout.
tim in'th*,past six or teren year ADMIRERS MOST.ENJOY ;" his 1 little] caving but HIS, CREDIT is so secure 'that .financial assistanoe -' "

W. as.perf.ctlirwiUisgto, admit, Is the Time ,to Buy .k i.i Williullt',,aive .to tide him over:,tte.M temporafy'period; 'of 'l''' '
however,,that:a .little Ivory cV-op rt- Earle 'William :appear .In .a ,role 1 -

,tion on th* &rtof the bnsinos men; in which;''thousands of''admirers .enJoy .
i. would, greatly,/strengthen: ..onr 'vffortst him 'most that' of a' society :Shoes Goods Notions

t" .' let the ontaid world )know !crook; '... ,,_ "A 'Rog-u*'* '(Romance," ; Dry N.rattiIpti. : :. suit jr..r. ." _....J'.liP' ,, be, ,.. sax:. '

bat which'will be shown at' the Casino by\ ,m-. dp it : "li tau ft AS '
kind of,a,town .", *'h."" Just I io' S preaer 1-.! )

p Theater jpn" .Wednesday; ;' night. In ':: \'' .aesiwk.-.T e.a, ...., wffl luk* ta* start, aa4MV !
We 'read In..a KUsimm dispatch fact this Vltagraph'pictUre' offer' Ladks'.land' Gents'z ...'
to"tb.'TampaTkibun J"Klsslmme, a ,/ "* bask b*.k.will ylac y*. .. $. direct;r*.t* l
: *r $ j "' star
rIL double at, fothe relished \ <
'was-' .tW.tJal.e. weeJrby L1.ntgant4'portray* ,also famous ',Paris ,detecItire 1 f- .. ,wba .14, age uses. t 1'4-. ,''1 eF'a
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> ,, .Colonel oA.Darpe.of thijj. EUA.J j and succeeds only in baffling .
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xkpartnient'o-air senrlce''who"carae the anthoritle*"but In'btoctd lg' a gig.nuc.swlndl. v- ; ". ,

"I from .(harIMtoD; 8. C;;to inspect the]I' ; ., *hn.,:winning,the'ffirl '. .* -'ry.j" '' .fjt..,:_ ',, ,. .** -*
propoeedMriaWndlug!!j h* baa loved'and. 'from1 whom;J.ibueoncoaJecf 11: ". .., STATE' BANKOF
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.IJeutenant-Colonel. Dargn arrived' his' true:-"character.1 *,And ." t ) (

' "'Tuesday night.and was taken'oottolth ... I.
; then h* turn*; straight, leaving'the -
1 'a -' PM' . .
*;field Wsdneedarhtornlnk'and; es< mystery, of true identity of.;, \:Mon. . .r ,4J1 ''r'ti'sr \ ." ;c.
;'pressed.W. wnquallfled approval .of Picardmaster'crook.' ' -., 'l niw and in"common .' "
Price soaring sky-bits [
'the ,.lanalne prononn9tn Itone''of .on. *>are, f ," ,' .KISSIMME' E'f'. .
s' 'j fcest'h1: bdi.ea Hespreued'utiafactlonat : I' The :story waswritten ,. especially with sal ,"other:merchants ive,'will ".beforced: ,to'rai, price ..aX. t', !4''' '
for MrWiiams;,, by H. H.. Van Loan, ,, " ., .t'. ,, , .. ,
seeing so,"'much Interest who also wrote**th* Highest Trump" soon'' at 'our' new Tall' StOCK arrives.Inrthe ..."' \ 'RESOURCES "
,... la I' '* a''' I . 750000.00 Capital! $ .000,00Ocm
4 forted .
a& ) keeping landing : -
: .... ", ", ap I and 1* filled with jurprL8e " r ,, '
.' ,,. ', ..tdaDcIomm..' Ddecfth.-pub1te-; :; .sation phi ncBon is swift and the I a, : ; : 'f : tr I

._::. "_' ".1 ,,!.t...,..'.. -, ,suspense s strongly maintained to,-th; jneantime ._t. {adviceour.custor4ers: ,tobuy.'now'.be-: ; .4 ..and DInd.4' -, "
Orlando lnduded p. -
Ja' .going to'b* ,in end.. 'There armany trong-ly' dramatic fore--r--the ineyilable 'advance.H. .. :Co 'A.'CAKSON I esId rat M. KATZ :
; .- and E. L, LESLEY;V
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mail .
tbt route
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.... 7 ,, ,not,, why not TlAre ';situations; ..pedaU7' those in 1 c
; ,. \ w making-the'roper' effort rto St's J.'H. JEFFORDSrCashier: ,. ;.
: which-hi* *>det7. sweetheart; although : ,;, : .
"ftJ 'z.putton: \ tile D.. S.. Aerial: .1I >suspecting him, protect, !him' 1.\0. t ,N.'a.CARSON, ( 'i H, KATZ"- ,, '::

,%> JBontcfOrlando: ReporUr:Star.f event. risk' of ,her: own]reputatlon .; 1 ;(C.'S.TANFO.RD' CO.' : ').;' 1-r"", ;C A. CARSON: i H. FLEMING- *.; ,
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4; J,Just ,b* patient, .brothu. Brossier I j i n.4t . L. .. .
: . f, N, G ; : E.., LESLEY.,
juntff' /tlm* come.' .Only the imjportant ll1. I / Orii'maton f1 rGssimmce .
"i// i your :; i, of tUm-A.fricw; in. 'WADB'TtTCKEE.vI etan.
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1 titles on ,th..route.IIa.*..a Do not forget the .Kimbnm r ''J :* 'rw .

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..., . . "','.'."" . ''Norma'' 'Talmadge. cone*fto; 'the 1 v- ; .. .
Casino Monday in "The Probation I Casino; Theatre'. .ORANGE CENTERIt .t. :! .. v S "* 'II. / '1.i". ;. *:. 'A. 4.

,i Weather"Report .i ii wife."- '1 ,
'VYetk( of Aufnst 4th 1 ,I. reported tha'the' /"large orange l' ,

> i . < "Nyal'a Peroxide Vanishing Cream,' Matinee. 3:30.: i i : t Night 8:15 ( grove known, as ''the Stokes / '

z as good as any only "25c at Central "MOXOAT 'grove,, and ;formerly owned .by. Mr. 3HiMi/ ;. "
Drug Store. ,* : Norma"THB Talmadir PROBATION'In WIFIB." G. W. Stokes, j has l&een:' od.| This 'r

Mr. and, Mrs. 11:X. Hall ''have returned Sixth episode of i* :'a very beautiful piece of property. .. ' .
On account of the" ..thennom.eter -. from Daytona where. they enjoyed '"THE MAN"TUESDAY'or'.M1GHT1'' and. 1* situated on Sand Lake '

s at the po.t'offlee being J a week's, outing.S. \ Mary"T11ttolT: ."' M.,and Mrs., Jim Rigney and family OUR,
our of order we are unable to AMERtC N moved to Apopka last': week. :They I
weather J. Entriken of .Natcoossee; ;. w. Qaumont Graphic. ; I, GROCERYLIST : I '
give 'the report for WEDNESDAY have been residents here for sometime

I the present, but, will resumepublication in among: Klssimmee the welcome business visitors. ' arle "A l1.tJW .ROMANCE.JAZZ. ." '_ .. and their many friends"rtJr1'et : ;
Wednesday. ;
of, the report-- as j I MutIR. Jeff In their leaving here.'Quite a few / ,
soen'' as' we con secure the official 'El Vamplle; the convenient Insect: neighbor and friends gathered at '
THtmaDAY"Gladys '
t rocords.. j Powder, sold in' bellow. box by Cen'tral -Brockw: In the home of Mr. and Mr. Henry: .

Drug Store.., Harold Loyd THE In SNEAK." Keen on, Wednesday evening to spend 'Le' ,.

h ' i I IXlbert I I Peterson has returned :tohis BILLY. BLAZES ESQ." : a' few",, pleasant, hours with the, Rig- '12''

y home,,in Lake' Park' Ga.,:after a Harold Loch wood FRIDAY In ney family before their departure.Mr. .
.. 'OOOi 'pleasant visit with his daughter;Mrs.T. 'Qmumpnt"A Nw GREAT. ROMANCE'. ,' .. E. B. Morrey pfApppka; made OUR, GOODS : .
o'1 : business trip to, our: : village a few
MRiyers ? r.) Fatty. and the BATHING BBAUTIEa.i . ;; AND' .
The Mothrea'.Teshhera' 'Club is ,, SATURDAY I days. ago.Our .--- " ,
: ; Montague. Lx>.. In.L section seems' to 'be retting OUR .. ,' '
IITEMSOP'' A WEEK I holding- an Interesting meeting at "THROUGH THE-; TOILS."- :.
( I l4th'Epl'od. of plenty of good rains;\the sweet potato
the home :'of Mrs. .
W. J. this
Fripp; I "THH SILENT M'fS"tfRI'. : ." > '
,. afternoon. ,Mack .Bennet. Comedy crop I* looking" fine and from condition PRICESi : ,
As The Petals at Central;, "Drug 'THAT NIGHT." now' ,they promise ,a ,.good J .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Trammell moved
Store. yield., ,
E. L. Lesley lft Thursday on a'. into recentlyvacated: the cottage'/ Orlando avenue A.. R.. Dennis; the efficient and ca' ',Mr. and Mrs.., von'Robert.' and Mr. +
Smith .
business trip. to Chicago! land' by Julius pableforeman, of.the Gazette office, ,j,Roberti' sister, acompanied by" Ivon rTHAT'S
family.days '
fa.. MBreaker motored over 'J is off on a muchcompany needed vacation. In and Gordon Maddux enjoyed a' days = .............. .
> --- -. '
-a Ocala' on:a business.trliTWedne ......R.J .H.n.el\-nturned;home a few with Mrt.Dennis,.and Mr.doutingind-6ih1nQ;j: $ t1 t;ilie tTi4 -, -,
kilo. ago from an extended trip and Mrs., George pver treet-he-1 ftHWednesday past week- = -_ ....' ..-.---:.. ,; >." -
k El Vampiro mosquitoes, flies ,t't through the west. -He went as far :for' an' outing at Daytona]I' Mrs' M. E.;Maddux spent Wednesday -
and fleas lOc a box at, Central Drug -
Store; 'tas Colorado Spring, Colo. Beach., a , .j\l :li J and Thursday with their 'daugh PAIL ALL' WE. ASK, |3 .FOR '.YOU TO BRING INOROCEXirhuST
i Miss Rhea Pherlgo has returned ter, Mr. Ada Frace who'expects to. ,
Roma .
Thomas and sonR. Dt
Mr*.' E. D. Katz has been called to from a two week's vacation spent in to their home at /Patterson, returned -, 'j leave! .for her future home 'at'* Fort ,YOUR AND LET', .'' '.US SHOW. YOU ."*OUR.

Pittsburg by the illness.her moth- Miami, where she was the guest of Ca.. -Tuesday: after a brief visit .Myers on Friday. : GOODS OUR-PRICES.. .' ,. '' 'I

,sr.I ._ r.*,B._H...and here among old f'rlends. 'Mi? Thomas '1 1Thill. A

I :Miss-Lenore Fortner is spending If you have' any disc.E.-L..fh.rigO'j is ,deservedly popular In Kissimmee" ANNOUNCEMENT. WE KNOW; WE .HAVE ,, THE BEST QUALITY 'WE 'KNOW, t
is to announce that I have sold ,
month with relatives in New Orleans
a records wish to exchange, look and while here
{'' La. I you was kept busy filling my dental offices to Dr. R.I. Denning WE HAVE. PAIR; HONEST. PRICES. .' AND YOU. ;: WILL. .. FIND
for, the Kissimmee Disc Record Exchange. engagements to lunch, drive ''and visit '
,"re'' ,, late of Kansas City, Mo., who THAT OUR .GOOD GROCERIES :
Mr. and Mrs. .E. L. Lesley 83ltpd. with his former associates, NO THAN
will take charge August-1st.
among the Kissimmee people motorIng -' Ty subjects of sermons at theChri.tlan p J. D. Anderson arrived this week I)I I take this opportunity to .thank OTHERS ASK FOR INFERIOR GRADES. ,?

to Orlandb Wednesday. church next Sunday will ,from ,Sty Louis to be associated in'my friends and the general public I

l +;" Mrs. J. M. Cochrane has ret'Umed'be: A Character Study, Joshua and business> with his uncle "Jack": Sparing for the liberal patronage given me, GIVE US ''YOUR GROCERY' ORDER TODAY.

k :from Tampa where she has been the Life's Extremes, The Unexpected.' in his vulcanising shop, Mr. and to bespeak for my successor the J1 ; _

guest of her daughter Mrs. F. Everybody welcome. Anderson was In the employ of thj5.; '',same Jtlndly: consideration.' '\1\

DeMandel. E.I| Mrs. Harry Wadham, Sr., .returned Missouri Pacific Railroad and played : .

As-The-Petals most delightful ,to the city Sunday, after a month's short stop on the company'. baseball j FIRST METHODIST CHURCH '

odor in Extract Talcum and Face !.visit with his daughter Mr. Robert te.Dthat was. not defeated 11:00 a- m. Sunday School. J.. L. CUT PRICE CASH :GROCERYPhone

,' Powder. For sale by Central Ddug Trimble, at her home near Kissim- more than two seasons. i Overstreet, Supt. ... .' "
Store.. meee' Bradentown Journal; Mr. and Mrs. L. Y: Bryan and i 12:00' a. m. Preaching. by the pas. 141 422 Broadway '

$? Miss Alberta Hopson 'has returned i ito 1 J The work of covering the' open heir daughter Miss Gladys, Miss. 1 tor.. Subject Holy Communion. QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS} '\! '*; ''

'' her duties at the State Bank after [ditch on' Dakin avenue between Avis Stenstroni and brother Newton,) 2:30 p. m. Junior League., Miss Out .of Town ircl.b'.e.. Prompt tteBtI .... I,

a pleasant- vacation spent with her Broadway and Church street, is in were a party motoring to' Kissimmee Hopson manager.' -,- -
parents at Leesburg.Mrs. progress, -and will be pushed .. rap- frejn Orlando Sunday for a day's ) 8:30'p. m. Preaching by the p.'. t
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. tor. With God.
1 Subject Walking
idly as the heavy rains permit.
M. E. Maddux of. ,
Orange H. N. Bratton to take\>art In celebrating At Shingle Creek 4:00 p.'m., list with a total of 7351; Mississippi j D.Katzwith.: a dancing'party.L .
Center spent Wednesday and Thursday Miss Ethel Gilbert left Saturdayto
in Kissimmee vi.ltlnr'her'd.u..h position as relief operatorat Miss Nina Brattons birth- I 1 Wednesday 8:80 p. m., Prayer- comes next with 5,726; Texas' follows The "Jars"' band provided al; ,d.. :
accept day anniversary which occurred on ;meeting. R. F. HODNETT, Pastor. with 4,649 (Fort Worth) and I llghtful'dancing. program' and late in;
ter Mrs. Warren Frace. White Miss Gilbert has
A Springs. hat date. | 1,197 (Houston); and Lou.lana'wlt tIte""'evening dellcl us'cakesand. 'candies -

J. R. Niswonger left Wednesday just completed' her course in telegraphy Last Tuesday evening twenty-two REBEKAH'S HAVE PUBLIC, IN. 4,545; Arkansas record:shows; 8,582;; were'..rved'nt fruit punch.. ,e

for Tampa and Bradentown' at one this being her first appoint- Cissimmee Odd.Fellows went to I STALLATION.Sister Georgia, 1,137; then 1 'Floridaand Mrs.. .Smith's guest were:: Misses,

'of which places he expects "to teach ment.J. Cloud D. D. G. M., A. J. Loosing St.1 "": Oklahoma 1,825 and ,1>187. ..respectively Alice Steed, AmyJoe'and' Dot 'MaKinson -
school the term. J. McCranie down from I Jennie E. Anderson D.; D.
coming I came suite of five from Sanford also the list closing with South and Elisabeth', Ledbetter; Messrs. .:
s,, Misses Virginia and Mary Tiller Pablo Beach for a few days this tended. Degree work was done 'and G. P., with her installation sisters, Carolina at 827 and North Carolinaat .Cover, ,, Raymond; Bearden, ,LeRoy -
week l, looking after business. The'family consisting of Mrs. Ola C. Hawley G. 543.. ., ,
came home' this week from Daytona. the officers for the ensuing term In- J, .1 Lesley Roscoe Roberson, Prater
:Beach where they have been ''enjoy : will not, return, home from stalled, and the occasion was an enjoyable -' M.; 'Nettie E. Anderson G.,M..; Viola The area of square miles' | being Gilbert Will Mason 'Tiller Gerald
their ,outing before the first of Sep. Curry G. C.; Louise GanthUr, I. G-; worked Is shown -the
lag a month's outing. 1t i : evening for all, .even that 1 by -grand. total. Rivers Nathan Bryan, and Emmett
R Mrs.Dave Marshall and three Interesting tember. from Orlando were here the eveningof of these ,figures to be 83789. Brown. I :
f' of good fellows who had to run ,I'' ,.. "
stni 1 M. Kits: has left for New York July 26to install officers of Kissimmee '
children of Carson, La., their big Buick by hand. .Slight' :.ob--; '* :Farnfers of north and west, Florida
:and other eastern markets to purchase Rebekah Lodge No.; :42.Al. MRS.. DOROTHY SMITH .
making an extended visit to her par stacles are'not hindering the splendid ] have realized 'good reiurbs from
cab Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Fairbanks. his fall and winter stock. Mrs. erowth'of Odd Fellowship., ice Thrasher N. G.; Sarah Neal,' V. ; ENTERTAINS''' WITH DANCE their watermelon crop, 'according to'
}(atz.Ieft S.turd.y.debt to'Join him. G.; Louie Mann Warden;'' Florence' .:. -
'' Mrs. L. .R. .Farmer expected, toi.; JamesRy:.Matheney and t Robert -- . I DlatrictJlg S,' W.. Hiatt.' ,WbU.
They"will be -from' home about Swope, Cor.; 'Telia1 Cooper. Chap.; Mrs. I
leave today for. a two weeks' visit gone" Johns, two of 'Kiasimmee's young Dorothy Smith entertained a the! crop was only fair, the price received
Elizabeth Jones R. S. of N. G. Ora I
with her mother,' Mrs. M. T. Caruth- :a month.' ( men who volunteered for military ? number of her, fiends;Tuesday even- for the' crop'were better ,than

a; '.r*. of Oxford, Fla Mr. Farmer will 'Ensign' Nelson Russell Returned service two years ago have been honorably Craften, L. S. of N.:,G.; Ella Good' tag at the home of Mr. and Mrs," E. usual, !and the' returns were' good.,1.

accompany her for the week-end. ,home this week from Key West discharged and returned 'win R. S. of V. G;; Mary' Lee Keene I G., ..m". _. .. . .... ...... -,,_. .." . .. .. .- .. ,- -.-.-. ' .- -
where he has been stationed.Mr.. L.,. S. of V. G.; Mrs Prindle, ; .
A. .S. Gilbert and family, expect to hom The former,spent six months 1 Percie ,Oliver O. G. The Kissimmee! "";, "" "''''". 1" , '
Russell is In the naval ;reservesbutyhas ; -
in In' France and six months in
their'car "Ger-
leave next Thursday for
orchestra: whose personnel Is (Mrs.
been F v'relieved from active dutyand
Miami to spend two weeks with relallves. -/ indefinite It.,. m.ny.nd, 'the latter was stationed'InFrance S. H. Bullock and Mr. Rouse, ,violinists '} r.. , "
"; ( ,Green Woodall, will be in*: ,m.'herffor; an for1 more than a year. They ; :Mrs. Verna Ellie. ,cprnetist) j "' .. N ct''

; charge of Mr. 'Gilbert's .stop during' Mr. .and Mrs. Stanley Bullock, of both have,many, friends here who are Mr. Rogers, ,clarinet r;' Miss .Clara. : .
Miami spent yesterday in the city clad to welcome them home. '
olds absence. j ''L
Ploetc pianist, rendered exquisite
; >' The'program for next week at theCaain'e the guests of their .aunt and uncle, Mr. and'Mrs.;tV C.;'Bryan and son music. Afterward,refreshments: of ,
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin of this .
known' frank, returned home .
includes, such wejl,, Wednesdayfrom Ice'creani'aiio' lemonade concluded .
4 'tars. ..., ;Norma", Talmsdre,, ,Mary,-city., -Mr' :;,Bullock" is caihier- of .Georgia,:where they: spent! the ,the-program. ;," ... ,.,,: : -i-: ." : ..,f' ...l'f

Pickford,', Earl Williams!) Gladys; Banksit'. : ."Trust Co.orl.ndReporter. past month' .among1'relatives: 'and i' ALICE.' THRASHER, ,N'. :;G.I .. I ?. ; .
Star ", ,
Brockwell, Harold :Lockwood: and friends. 'They visited, at M rlhal. I t' are: ,4 :

.Montague Love. . _I| Mr and Mr*" ., J. K.. Singeltary)" :and idle, Monteruma,', Fort, v.ney.)1.- FIGURES ON 'THE TICK '# ,' ; s rl..

I .. Mr.. and Mrs. M.: j*JJ'' :'Miller'" ;, i rand d.ugbtezIIrrived In Bradentown con and other points _and 'report 'a I ERADICATION ,:WORK I j' ; ,
: Sunday fof several week' visit" withrelative most'delightful "I'.i' V"i
y outing.- Conrad says'he .
'.f .children ,, drove. 'overto Daytona ; Confidenrti '
; rte.tlnt
:"is : The following
'. :Beach Ut 'week, wliiith_ ,,""have * Mr-Singeltary staying 'gained eight pounds the first few 1"

rented cottage. vfof,
)fr.. Miller returned* Dom' but w.fks.' -'//Harris.-'while", Mr .Singeltary.return-: many good things to eat and'.so much #f of Animal Industry'showing theprogress'of ........... ,!. )i' .: 'i

pert to Join his '"weeki qx.J ;'ed, to,has:saw mill. near-.Klssimmee of 'them, ,that he' got; sick: and 'lost \the; tick eradication, in i .. '. .. t; .., .'

f.mltt'or'the ", j;Bradentown Journal. 100. his. surplus! ,flesh. before'.he.',returned. ti.i, various states, giving the number :. .. r r:1: :. i: ."
.ends .
., ; j .. : '
I.Mra.' F.. W., Stalker."returned. Monday -.. of square miles! '!n, each state where e. ,
In' .
J.,JV O'BsiriT of Palatka. ,, "
wa 2
; Viiitiog card carried I'ME. '
; night' from, Kts.lmmee; where printed by the Va-| the* work: la being oat *- ; I' .
tX hand1-wlth atmm.. ".old''last friend.Saturday, ;,,shaking?:1 she;has been spending the put three !Icy Gazette 'Job l>eputmqt. Alabama, '8t :nda'at.lha,head of the :. \ S'O ,;.tore* advertise.the''termsonlwhirh'. ( / '..;<:" ; x

aeeompdJed', H.'yeturn.dbem.'iSund.y .by1; his;;week. with her' parents,, Mr.'and Mrs.'G'rWJ' :4 ; sell ,phonographs, --We-are. not 'an/in' :.;'J <',[ j
: ; Best, ,Mr.. Stalker was accompanied :: .1
daughter' Miss Elberta. who had .staUment house, but no music J lover needs'to'go" "
home, by her'sister. ,Miss i : '. i,
f l dayav'>een;visiting' friends'here*fox' several' 'Helen C. Best; who will, spend! 'a few ,ROLLINS' '.COLLEGE ; ''It \ with \hi.or[ her, ,hunger! ..upappeasedjWcaute .' r. 11' 1 z
< '
+ a, .. weeks hers-Bndentown''JournaL ...
of ,' 'f
1 '
wm; R., Brown is In'receipt. of .a t' '((LAKE,'VIRGINIA) '. term !: > j' fI
in th.r 'colmmm 01 this 'issue / ''k, 9
.n : ;
"1 Mr.-Editotf 1 ..
fetter ;has
advising him of the sad death -aidtoYuive '.etO:boD"i.; ::, "
e' pf,.his! ''brother,' olD&l.If.: Brown, ai.will; :be found 'anannouncement of GEORGE MORGANA WARD,'0.' D..I..Lri,. r f ,. i' -'cLan''t; ''" "i'},. .i
man'and'woman ft'f '
G. A.- R. veteran;; who.was'acctdenF l l the engagement ,:aDd .approachingmarriage , President.; ]; yj. ' , ..., ; ? ., > .< .' .' ,'.:,,:' ", :Ji .
of Lieut.' J. M. Huffman to

('; '.Jbfle lly\:at struck Loveland killed;', Ohio by, .a,an short antomo-.time i:j:Miss Florence;.. mHh, ''of, Ft.: Pierce.I :OW..tC.llegla: .Florida... :'iater-DesieBBiaatiemaI.. : .' . J ,' .:' ,'.1i '- { f '- ?> ,wDo' hot let' : money 1 1.: ,",,"' /'> 4fi
i4 'I Jimmie is known and popular in ., ,AIM Y *- -v "
V ago.' j' (1 both Kis'simmee and St.. Cloud,1 has.lag To'provide' ., .e \ ::. q ,fi '. :. at din the : u ,'. '.
Mrs fj. H.' Prather: has .returned liberal education.-a.; generous''' culture. a thorough -- .. way "
;; j lived'here .t .. . .
tor'a'numbei "
ot,7MJ'1 .
V "
training ,the physicial, intellectual' and spiritualUnature. i"j". ,
home from"Tampawhen, ,spent'twoweks' : : ; '
;/ she 'prior tq.enlistingrlp the' : : You need'soul! music(in 'OUi' : '
:under can'of j j array.He. . . ,. ; -< aspiring ) home. : n. '
the. an* eye was discharged:,from the "aimy :after ". : ,"OFFERS ,' V "I yln71 I" ; urLorneiltappia::-''; '..'::0'>' :
r9 :Specialist, who :found it ,necessary, to 1 nineteen months, ..rviee. since which 5; : < ,- ; I J mak7 ;..;J'rU"'J '?\ !; f

'perform to :an operation' ..aeh..of.her' I time. he has'" been, living" *in ''Miami, courses Four-year in course-Agriculture leading: Jle.di to A.Iat;B.; ;EnefDeerine'J degree.; .Pre-pro Law fasional'.and ;'','', i;;; > ,,YOU'are 'payinjs; 'for Liberty' .Bond ;;'br. If:.;' ?soy i"\':, ' ,y.
small he "
eyes remove' a 'growth ; ,
; where he Is connected witb the Miami Bolo'Special & *' . ' .' odror rea.on, your ,fund*tare running a:little low? '

r' .pronounce4pterygiunl.!! ,.,. ."!,:. -, I "'Bank and .Trust;,"_"."_ "',;; (,r'_. "*1 : 'departments:, Music;' Commerce Horn.!'Economic; '54 : "t iel ;that t'i: et'p-' ; : yon .
Mrs. Jame. Earle,Lopfer, and Normal Fine and oo not ''from''owning' ' .
: : son "Tbe* DreatA Romance,1' -with' Har ,_ Applied, _Arts and 'Academy.:. !! : .. v',. .,_. J. \.0.1 t
James ,Early :;Jr..., left v Monday; lto old; ,'Lockwood In.the: 1 leading 'role will . li1, . '.' 1 ,!.,.e','t 4'v., f. '; .the: superb :New,: .Edison the world's greatest.: ./; !wmusical. : ,
I '
spend the "malnder01.the' 'summer \ Roster of, Lecturers for 1919.20'0 laded.. 'a laige.number. f '
1 be shown:: at.the,; Caslpo Theater'.on J : 'jllltrument.. c.m..o''aod'kQ sftr' .f
''with ,relatives'land.'friends';:la Montgomery :'of authors, scientists,* arista, and. professional of na'tional. .us confidentially 't."I
]f'rdaiof! : next week,, "This. :is an imaginative 5 ,, ,- . men l
,' Ala,. MarshalviQe: Macon, j 'romancej :and, ,:'adventure' X prominence.* ..-_ vNavatUaltwithinitnietion ; -... :. what.. !term. will be. convenient :for you. ;, .,: .1 '
r' and other points 'In' ..Georgia.\ Theyrnbefore dealing' with the : .-. , : ;- ":" (' \
j story exciting"and ' -
vwifl, not; |nnpsual- happening* 'whichoecnr ,; ,, "" for. ..ten., tatlugs.' ..">4,#.",?,;., "i : '1 """ ,\ : ,. 'vne'fNEW:; EDISONTn t :
in Septe Dbv '
when' .
!'i;; T ''Brown .'a'young Americas finds her Strong:'athletic' including' ;"., Expenses: .
'i /'J.. EJ;: manager of tbeCen. j i.W1theheir'of' at- small Europeanthrone. program aqua* roO ? fi0itkmS. esI'
1 moderate... *" ''*" ' "" 'f-;j-- "" r-*" ''' ,. _
;itral' Drug. Store, leaves' today for 1 .-'; ;The -idea does notat'all: ap-. ... ,/' T : ,":', -' \. ' r;?:.&". > .. "i'7 '*' '
Cuthbert, CUL:,;?to join Mrsu Brown peal'to'him'butto] rescuethel: he : .*' r. '' '
} 1919 :
1. Thirty-fifth-; ; begins 22, September >> STORE -
xt and''.little Emmett . ::1. .J;
who: have been I loves ,he decides, to accept;the; hertt.k. : :

1 'visiting1relatives; there for' sometime 1 ..... How.he does.this and.the usual :Foe .ata1oc. t. I' other-Information'address '* -:.V"' ** *} ..."''k t I .b4' ..., AgenU. . < ,. A4. 1,

,, Mr. ,Brown Jwill be away about adventures. '(..which :.overtake' him.are I , ; .t
two,'weeks,.''Dr. "Whitmor*' taking his cleverly brought\ to'.a'' startling 'climax THE SECRET4RY'ROLIINSCOLLEGE'sir ,, ? ,: '.... '. ,..:',;'.' ;.' + 1\\ ,, ";:. '

placerat'ka"' Central.. .daring' ait abence. which, will grip .and'hold' 1'. -the .1',.Ir...!'... park': .,'l-_..i.. '". .. .' -' i, .'. 'f. ... .'. a .. : .ir+ '... .. .'( '. .{ ... .4 ,,1MM r ,.yl ,$ .
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?..I. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY,' AUGUST'1.;ltlOSCEOLA __ _'_ _. _n_ _4' _ _ _ ___ _ _

.' .COUNTY NEWS: SERVICE: [tGAt.; ILL, .MANDECLARED1 I- .. ""- WILL[ ,, MANAGE. 'C.; :A'. :.. -T '


.SULPHUR GOOD REMEDY. FOR member in' Osceola county and that A TOTAL WRECK". ,
SOREHEAD. three',,more applicants have been accepted 'Representative M. L. Dawson,,..
'y,' and will soon receive similar PAINS IN MY LIMBS, BACKACHE; BrooksvtUe, Hernandq county, will I III4.i .
There la one' remedy for soreheadof animals. DIZZY SPELLS, HAD ME 'DOWN manage the campaign of Cary A., I. ; ;;

y ,chickens that bal won'the' approval The calf.,club work 'will be of much AND OUT. DRECO, THE GREAT Hardee of Live Oak, for governor,, Ililu ,
> r rI
of many poultry owners,; that Is,.,J value to- the csjttle- Industry in theKlssimmee TONIC, FIXED, ME IN GOOD Mr. Dawson having "yesterday accepted .
the daily' use of flour of sulphur given .'Valley, Large herds of SHAPE AGAIN rAt the appointment as, manager," ..
rtr >1'1. the' mash. 'When sorehead ap native stock,,are raised here, with though in.his letter of acceptance declared , I

k pearl, Dr.,, N. W, Sanbonr,extension profit but would be more profitable if \ last-the great' of how ,that he had hoped at the ..expiration I
poultry ''husbandman, .ay. the, best the blood lines were improved.' The to combat the modern scourge -,'of the' legislative' 'session 'to" EPT secret
sP treatment is to make' your mash] I 5 calf clubs will Improve, the native 'stomach trouble and its attendant 'retire from politics, to his farm and. -
), ''per cent flour of sulphur, keeping Itbefor' cattle and at the same time distribute ills-has been solved by the flew grove at Brooksville.I 4) and special

all, your poultry. Treat is,take many purebred animals among remedy Dreco, which is made from I I Mr. Dawson Is a new man In state # 4 t.
\ roots and herbs. Liver and far the active and personal for .
4, 85- pounds of your common mash and worthy club members.. kidney politics so as manage r
add 5 pounds of the fine sulphur to f troubles and rheumatism .may" 'be ment ofthe campaign of a candidate Is \,,
1 It Feed this for five days, then omit SUMMER POULTRY ITEMS. traced! in many" instances, to the for'high' office is concerned, but there you .

4 the sulphur for two days and follow! Interest in poultry is .increasing. stomach as. the beginning "pace.I ] are few men whom Jllr.! Hardee could

r, this plan for three weeks. i High prices .for eggs and live poultry 1 Dreco, not only overcomes the disease pick who. have a better and wider acquaintance WR1GLEYSIn
-f :Epsoni salts -Is also used by some. is attracting attention to this side of. but builds up. the system, purltfies : of 'staunch and 'true
used carefully and i.X is j the blood, and revitalizes the friends. ..L '
It should be Florida farming. Folks are wondering '. .,
seldom of much value after the first ( whre the eggs and chickens are {while body. | In his letter to :Mr. Hardee yesterday Its air'- tight .
ti of the bowels More and more people_are coming the responsibility and trust is .
out of
dose. A clearing ,coming from to supply the needs in and their .. sealed package. .
giving testimonials
t In always good treatment in any disease the tourists next winter Dr. N. W. con- accepted. f
: with fever, but it is needed ear- ,Sanborn, poultry specialist at the cerning what Dreco has done for lion C. A. Hardee,

1' ly. and-'seldom more than once; Ep- II!Agricultural College ojt Gainesville, jthem in the most 'aggravated Cases. Live Oak, Fla. if A goody that Is ...
't.. om-saHi-ean-b dd.d-to the drink-j ad vises large_ epIber__hatching ''For instance, the following from Mr. Dear Mr. Hardee: . ,
++ ..::0. -Ing--:W U r-Or to t viola l t man b) '_ha ,fl an..ever.....hefore.I3-o_ sye l "TfTTiTcertainly ::rWr' --Rr Mixonth.hlghlyrespetizenofCary / .j- .t-.m-eertai 11ygl' tefuL1o..youJor: i4' worthy -of your -'-
,. more ; Fin.;-who" says!--- your invitation-to-take-air-active-vart
that each chicken of'S to I 5 pounds of safe to grow
I "I've .sutrered for a long time from in campaign for Governor. y lasting! regard. "
,t weight gets a tt'.tenspoonful or less. chickens than ever before in the your
f' Under the use of flour of sulphur I state. Hatched in late August, or : slugglah'lv r, dizzy,1 I I I am quite sure, however, that you
5 some chickens will fail\ to show anysymptoms ''early September,the cotkerels will be 'spells, rundown system. Sometime over estimate any aid-that I may ..beI because of Its

of sorehead, yet they may in good eating shape by. December, I would get so" dizzy I would have toetop ,I able to give you, in fact I do not Casting quality.
j .. work and down but after >
) my sit; :think that need _
really help
be having a mild attack that willf" nnd the pullets will Begin 'to lay in any
prevent them having it. the early days of the new year. Thereis (taking one bottle of Dreco, all this from me. I have recently sounded
y..' As helpful in preventing an out I a decided shortage in chickens this passed off, end I never have a spell, the sentiment in all sections ofFlor-
I in fact all my troubles are gone, and Ida, from Pensacola to Jacksonville, Three flavors to
break of sorehead flour of sulphur{is year and this shortage must be over- ',,
:'! advIsed. For this 2 or ft per cent is ,cpme or we will have .to do-without 'I feel like a new person. I cannot and 0from Jacksonville toi Key West. '
I say enough in praise of this grand I find that serious earnest and suit all tastes.
fj, enough. Remember that all this cur fried eggs and chickens. The ,
-t: treatment will not excuse takln I chickens should be kept free from Insect I'I tonic Dreco. thoughtful men every where favor Be SURE to (get ,
Dreco acts from bottom -
proper care of your poultry. Avoid pests, should be started on that upon your election !and are in fact deter- 1
t the 4 D's: dark, damp, dirty, disease- 'best of all chicken feeds_milk-with '' the results are usually lasting mined to elect you. "
I infested houses. 1 shade of trees or'crops, and grown 'for it removes the cause instead of | I had hoped that when the legisla- WRIGIEYSSealed

without stunting from lack of care just patching up the symptoms. It ture adjourned, ending as it would \4

PURE BRED BEEF CALVES ,and feed. There should be no better thoroughly cleanses the system of its my third term in that body, I could

.,, FOR OSCEOLA CALF CLUB place to .grow good autumn chickens ,"impurities, increases..the appetite, re- 'retire from politics and devote my
a i- 'than. the Florida farm. Give these stores shattered nerves, relieves gas entire time to my farm and grove at Tight ,, <
t County Agent R. T. Weaver reports little chicks the run of a sweet potato on the stomach, drives out rheuma- Brooksville. The fitful fever of a hot- o rA

that two pure bred calves of beef or peanut patch, shelter them tism and banishes catarrh. ly contested political .campaign has Kept Right f c; .'

J' type haVe been delivered. to club |where the air Is pure, where the crop I)I''and I' All good is druggists now sell Dreco little attraction for me. I fully realize y t
it highly recommended in Kis-
- is clean, and grow the best chicks though that these are troubled times
simmee by the Central Store. TheFlavor
trat you ever did in your life. You can- Drug I and there is undoubtedly an under t,,,, _.

?s You Do More Work, henstainlysouagi ETAOIN SHRD S 'I 6(56( has more imitations than any I current of restlessness and dissatis-
You are more ambitious and you get more not afford to be satisfied with the ,other Chill and Fever Tonic on the faction permeating all classes and LastsFree .''
t{ enjoyment out of everything when your ,few hens you now own, or the small 'market, but no one wants imitations. I that the futi/re/: is uncertain under. j

lY$- Mood the blood 1s In have good condition.depressing Impurities effect in flock you are now rearing, if you I I They are dangerous things in the these conditions am persuaded that' ,
very & on medicine line. .
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the system causing weakness, laziness, want to do' your part in feeding the | it is no part of a patriot to shirk
nervousness and sickness.OROVB'S . folks who will demand more Florida SILOS IN FLORiDA. I labor Or responsibility. '

restore Energy TASTELESS and Vitality Chill by Purifyingand TONIC' poultry! products the coming eight With the increasing number of You are right; I and all thinking 'I, .,

Enriching the Blood. When you eel months. Get busy. dairies that are being established in men in the State, are weary of impractical -
Its strengthening.& Invigorating effect see Florida, there is also an increase in visionary, and radical
F bow (U brings color to the checks and how 666 has proven it will cure Malaria the number of silos. Prof. F. Rogers things. We are anxious to haven the oo ooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo000000090.

3, appreciate It Improves the true appetite tonic value.OROVE'S you. will then Colds-, Chills and and Fever, Bilious Fever, of the College of Agriculture, spent I coming of the day when safe and t, I
It kills the
about five weeks in the early part of conservativeGovernment will
parasite that causes the fever. It i.a is
Is not a patent medicine, it Is simply splendid laxative and general Ton- the summer m. extension. work, assisting I j more be*in the saddle. If you reel Books -
IRON and QUININE suspended In Syrup.So ic.-Adv.) the farmers of the state with therefore, that I can be of any helpto ,
pleasant even children like It. The - -, ,their silo problems. Many of turn in -
blood needs Quinine to Purify arid IRON you bringing about this resultI
to Enrich It..'These reliable Ionia prop wanted to build a silo for It..given shall be very glad indeed to place] CITRUS INSECTS AND DISEASE :-Short, plain description

erties never' -fail to'drive 0'out impurities in "' number of cows and wanted to know my- services at your disposal whatever of the common citrus troubles with directions for treat-

The the blood.Strength-Creating; Power of GROVE'S 1 INDLE just the size to build; others wantedto capacity you can best use them.In menu; also receipts for sprays advised and directionsfor

TASTELESS Chill. TONIC has made U I HOTEL know the kind to build, and how to this connection, however, I wish it spraying and pruning.-twenty-four pages.
the favorite tonic In thousands of homes. Ivy ,, go about it, where the material' could to be, plainly understood that I do so '
More than thirty-five years' ago. folkswould JACkTONVOU'flACONVK&oivCbivmxienf be bought, and numerous other ques with no. string, tied to them. I am GARDEN AND FIELD TROUBLES: Sixty-four pages 'of val-' .. ,
ride along distance to get(..ROVf'S.TASTELESS : hatltettT lau Cosplek ibdan Sat tions. It was just,, this sort of information working "for the triumph of a great uable information on control) of the various trouble ;
Chill TONiO 'when a Oursidra St lnlbabd in ',' that arise in the garden field..
9f member of their family had Malaria or otrs Naup'faf6 that' Prof., Rogers. was in principle and when you are elected I may truck or
needed a body-building strengtp-glving EwrymM In position. ft give. shall not be an applicant for 1 preparation of toil, rotation of crops, handling. of seed "
tI tonic. The formula Is Just the same today tart of City*Send for Booklet, While "many' new silos have been' position in administration. any and teed beds, transplanting, spraying etc. ;- .
: / and you can get it from. any drug m vm u WLsniTM. PROW your
ton*. 60o per bottle. constructed, this number would have Sincerely yours, MISCELLANEOUS CROP TROUBLES: This Twentypatebook
been greatly increased had it I
not M. L. DAWSON. treats of the pests Tound, on avocado figs, gripes,
been for labor
the scarcity of and the .
.'" high price of material.] Jacksonville Metropolis, June 17. guava, lawns, mango ornamentals, peaches pears, pecans i

.., "\.,.to-- f\ f The problem that is or will soon be A Great Remedy.The persimmons plums. and tobacco. {

: confronting those' who have silos to merits of Chamberlain's Colic Write' today for information that will help you. '

: ,1 fill is how to go about it, so as to get and DiarrhoeRemedy are well known '
L-I: ; the best quality of silage. Prof. John and appreciated, but there is occasionally Wilson:& .Tooraer Fertilizer Co.--: - .. ?'-. '
\ \ j M.\ Scott of the Manufacturers Ideal -
; ; Experiment Station, a man who has had no acquaintance Fertilizers
3if i \ who has the silos on the Station farm wit> them and should' read Jacksonville, fI..,
: f' 11 Good Fruit' Should 1 filled each year with a fine quality 'of the following by F. H. Dear, a 'hotelman -.i.f .
t'-;:" :" } silage, gays that care and judgment at Dupuyer, Mont: -PUI' years '" .,r 1 ,
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must be used in filling the silo. The ,ago I used Chamberlain's Colic andDiarrhoea __ :
'' I following suggestions are 'offered by .. ,:. --: > -. :
.' BrinFar Prices Remedy ,with such'won- "
r ,;. Mr. Scottand,, if carried out, a good derful results that J have since recommended E,. 0., PAINTER: '. ILI En 'COMPANY'
4j quality of silage1 should be the *
3 t result it to my friends.". "
Py That good citrus fruit twt packed 'and I : ,, Jaokuit nv1lle. Florida: ,

marketed through' the;: right channel !See that your cutter and engine are J BACK TO PLAIN "MISTER."... I Fertilizer. Insecticides Sprayers; Poultry. SnppUea : f. :
ttj in good working order- Set the cotter The more that is beard, the ..
\ will bring'fair prices during the- : ; of rW Wrty yew vv* haw been manufacturing;' fertilizer tn this Sufe-w. have atdai.d etw'
coming ao as to,cut the,silage into plans and personnel of the'Ani.rlcanLeeJon I :1"I
crop I : : Kxncrt}nawry county In Florid*. < -
< ,
ii. '1 ''i'1 shipping,season"la indicated by the',,fol;, very. short pieces; the shorter' it, la the organization of soldiers, Vrise F.r'......t Priee llrf. < .. !I......... always !. line wfafc O..Utj :
f.Ab .,lowingfactslF. ,. cut the better it:will pack in the silo; who fought In -the "great.,war," :the 1 ' : .
i' v :*. ,. -- j" It should be cut: in',pieces from halfto more general tbe [
** > / ; popular' approval. \A slogan .that was; adopted by, the ' f.
':ri..butn; capacity; 'of the comumlnf: pub->?! /> I'f' three
u" I ,'Be promise to continue good-. %" .tr ../' common 1 sense :,;;One f feature that ing.the palt,!:7ear was 'two mUck when'iou want a pleasant physic: :
i I' ,The ,food- an4 niue I 'I (The silage crop should be .weR'ma- stands jont ISlb sturdy .democracy; I'cows, two' brood;"ioWa;".nel -15 chick- try Chamberlain's l Tablets. y'hey Tare', '
_ health of chrus' fruh* : tured. If the crop,Js 'corn the,,outer This was shown at., the Initial, meet:Jena'for every farm.1"To';: this hits been easy:, t'. take ,and .mid'and.gentleiefect ) J

,f 'I *;. 'are. knew..r.becoming: :or.....,...bcucr: ,'**and. J''.inore. r; ,widely.- ./ ;< shucks on the ears should be turning;! Ing,,'in;St. ''LouisI: 'No' 'distinctionswere !added,:half'an: acre -of )land :for'' 'a .. They? are highly prized by ,
,i'?, ; I-J., 'r .._ brown crop is havested and drawn between those who, had home. orchard!,!and .ten'stands'. of bees.' people ,who.:,have become. acquainted! ,,

;,o 'IYeF1oth4'.Cbrug'Eud sjit 'k wflIV Z. put in theriilo.,If the,crop: is sorghum beep ,. officers, and1; thoset-.;:who had with -their "good'qualities- : They' cost: "

.1'f / :lDore 'generallyy'than.! heretofore adYeI'tINt., ... the seed ,heads-:should be well! mstnred. served as privates in the ranks...'' The Visiting cards-printed ,by, the' ,Val- only! jv'a "quarter.+ '**T '
, r' ., ", !nd demonstrate tfaf"orals-oi'Saldsw..t ,. / A well matnrVd crop 'make' differences.recogalitedat ''Were, necessary", and "' ' The "
;r I '{. .'* grapefruit and orangea.. . '" '- ".' a better quality of sllage7than an hn-, ...,i 'daring the period of Icy Gazette Department..: : I more some people'ow] the;;less-, ?

'). .. .- .(,"' ,. J- 10Cre"l1 .( M, 1 IP&t\U'L.Cl'OP.- ." v' ', active' service, !were, promptly, cast they pay*Exchange.. : 'The more' some-.
'" { yewfraitfoftMt flea h".'weeds, M" jots tits 1 Thorough packing of theailags'Inthe aside" when,, these. ".br ve men.,met in ilrtivriitNisa,610T.nlo. peopletalk"the less' they I: say,.,:; .St. j'
ti ii. sad gst the fun value erf your eros. silo is an Important part of the cMl life : i --.vtt ikr.. +...ttbr poruVlrtchlDltix ..'..l.,.;;.'Augustine : rd:> And .the' more'
.r j I''.w 'i sdpmytd.y'' ;'.-"!'i7riM-0..wLr!: or. Throes...,> . work. If there, "
'' ... -
. Palm Beach
J..ttq re PHo Post
the forage, water should be'added.. U.!.. committee; of.theLegion will ef
1 Citrus -' I -- "" , ,, . al;
Exchange, Tampa, Fla.i :' \ recdmmend, to'1 the' forthcoming 'national' ----'-- -
.! .t*** -" |"" .\"<-, -- ..*..* *: ', .j..,.: ';1 :rt' An Old ''Faalt-Fl.cler 1 .! {''convention at MhmeapolisthS .

t' ". ..;. , I>'_._. '::..rt.a..r.--, : "--r 'i, '. -AnJrrltable,...n SaultAndIg'd6:! = disuse!ofall.mflitary.titles.lrs: : ,referring *' Your Grocer
r'L" 'I; ... fto DAA mau,. .r position js often caused. by Indigestion. to.; officials: fhe>' order. *?t M THC m K'1I'
'rf I'f'r; 'or.. :'c..ti ;''Otris ; \ A man'witb good' TRADL.MAR
p' S.b-Ex'r. :' //digestion the purpose ,of,the American Le* '
J t-r.. .--I"' !, '(r';" ,' Ot I;,idFile'( t. and bowels that act )''regularly iil- gion," says': ..Henry, Dv' Lindsley ,'"no

. . .. J sEyRli; nally good'natored.. When-troubled only-to cease using,military;titles lit" CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES
l 1 "t:; *' :"'P.f 2. 1.rl. ,!1 t 4' Y' 1'e with;.indigestion or constipation! I tateCbamberl" the records,aDd proceedings' of, the IiICWIiLIflu [UilitllII) + .

'a Tablets. They strengthen national organization, but to''foster' '
1 1I ajetp
h Ilt Il'HUS EXCi1ANG : i iE ', the\'atomach.and enable it,''to the, 'same:; action,'on the part, .,.of, the Sh00tl gj '

perform' its functions.naturally.--They $tat.. branches'-'and local -posts:;wh1eh

; .ti ' : :, }Iso cause V" gentle-! movement of thebowels. are now being formed "throughout the
..) ; to\ '''"t. t'. j f :\" flfJhf' country. Furthermore ,the-custom
: ....: :;"; ' " :' .';;"j' ' Jr handed down from, the Civil War'CIf 6 ? st by Ev ry Test Of t
?'' .', It" .' ' "'-.dJr.. / ills. DM. Not Affect;the Use. pr.serving"anoffloer'a !mWtar,.' rank
'I. i'f't' :: : I'. ,_ ........:.. -. ;...M. ,... JIeea.u*oi ttm .*.!. ... t........ ......IAXA.o after; he .had 'returned U clvfl [life :..' ,
TIV aaOMO OUUIXMJI b.n..tb..rdi.a. i "We are;proud of confidence ,
OIl.l.e .... doM BO* au..t.o..eriaES.atsbed. will -be. discouraged.-Pittsburgh. 66e'quloJd7.nU8YQ. ''
'. .. ___tJoe hill .._.... :'tors, druggists and the public have BWouaneu, Lo.. of 'Appetits'CoDatfpatJon'' anL; 'li
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-- loots tot Oe,alcaMurs ..l 8., W. OKOvm,tsDO- Chronicled _: rr ., .in 964 Chiij .ad.FaverT.idcAdv( ), Heada ... due to ,,1orpt4 Ltver: adv s.
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!, n COUNTY"COMMISSIONERS i(Southern. ':ALa 7,Sift Co.:. 1>.IC, -.,' oo.oo I Boundary..''Ui" '. Lot"One ,'(*>' Fonr'Hundred ' .- 1lOT FOR, .ID0. OB".APPtlCATlo'lf' Soft TAX. with*cjj.-'f law. .TT'iTrT$aid' aartlfloat/ 'TTT"v;;

and'iTnlrtyc (4SO' feetmore' JOC' DBBD.Notloe the .b.
PROCEEDINGS;; THE 'Pal Warrant 'Wer'ordared can- or leas. to the place of' Said1 ,4Lee.e'iriii..; < lrai.'tTl.tce. -' folowln..d.llb. to-.

'" from th.. ".rl,1 funds, aa fol :tract being designated bsl1nlnl. ._.* raider .*_1.. .I***, Os>*nHStatvt I* hereby .I".n' That 9. B.Story wit: Lot Boeweir*' A4Jtl to.
f (Continued from pag. S) low i'4-' plat flied la the office of the,Clerk of .( rierlda.Notice purchaser, of Certificate Klsalmme, Th. said ".
\ the Circuit I Court of Osoeola County,. No.. 11.661, 7I. dated the Snd day of ,.'assessed. date of Issuance ef
,District: No.. 3, 4'34 mllll"f General Ravenue _.._ _..U.IT'.O FIOld. by' Frank Vans Agnew on- is' hereby given. That th. I uly. D. 1117, has filed said oertilIcates '.said certificate In J.' _ _
Fin.' and Forr6tur ,___?.. M1.4J. A. p. J'll. In, 'City Council of the City of KI..lmm.*, i la my oCflce, and has mad ao- I j!!Jones, Unless said th..m..f.1' '.
The" following additional levy 'vf* Road and .. ..i 5,590.39 Plat ltb dal'ot, .un. ., a./ "RK- .Florida will receive bid. on the Sib plication for tax deed to Isaue In at" I I' aeordlag 1.

ordered in" Spcial Tax Districts vis: |[Special. Publicity .4 wv.__,.._, 1,100.00iTIck 8E VKD" and b..}nff In the South A. D. lilt, until l0: I ordanc with law. Said certificatesembrace Ired..m.t wil threon oa ,tb.' .4th day.
f ,, Eradication _...?_?! L12255 western part ; of the said island and 'p. "m. ( .Tln.)" Municipal '.Promisory ', the following described prop- .1) D 1519. .'
S District No. 1,1 mUll No: f, 3 mills; Hard Surfac RO.d...-_._-.. 1.1".1 bounded on the East by' Lot On*. <') I Note, .: I .rty, .luate la Oeo.o1 County.,. FlorIda. II..t ) .To L OVER8IJ.,
I of said the South by .-' IH.Ooo.oo Cou pots' Drainage Notes, .' to-wit Clerk Circuit ",
.No S. .1 tnii1;' Nu. a, "4' 4ru11.r l. 'Co"nty depository reports showed the 8ubdl"I.lo. 'L the In. C%, payable *. both Interest Lot 88. 81. ,,101 and 10S In Section SO -'t
'It .j. further ordered that an occupational folon balances In th* "arlO.fllnd. Twelve (It of said subdivision on. .m1-.nnualY, Township adEaSt. 4''
1019General : the Wast bY'' the Shore Line of the ana .rlndpal In gold all In 14 South Rang' APPlICATION 'FOR, TAX
.: : tax of 50 per cent of the lt aid Lake and on th.' UodT :or its the offlo of the .' and being according to the 8emnole OICI'OF JD '

: Eleven (11), Ten (SO). Nln*' (.) and City.Treasurer or at.the.Chaae Nat. Land and Investment Company's0ubdtviion ,
amount Statutes of
prescribed by' Fine and Forr..ltr. _. .L._.._ 4.75.41oad Bight (S) -of said *.ubdl"I.lon.Al lonal Bank New York at the option I of said sectlona. The said Notice I I. herebygiven.. That : _ _
'IrIda1. be levied on- persons engaged and ... _. _.. of th. above described :of the purchaser as tOI.1 and bVlng assessed. at date *>f Issuance -, C.. Kaufman. purchaser of Tas orC..
'. pro"rty. .
lows of said ta the '
Special Publicity eertlne..t. of
floats No. Snd
1 In. any such occupation, that the Tick Eradication ...?._..._._. 101.78'j tOI.the., with Inclusive,Lots, On.and .(JO Six (6) Flv. Thousand Dollars In Five Teurs'ive' of B. V . Jonee and Vn July. D. the filed said day certuflrate ,

tax 'collector' is directed to collect Hard SlIrf.c. Road ._.______ to Twelve (It),' both .. beingKOTICR Five' Thousand Thousand!lar. 1n'1tt. Tears.Seven ,. b mown.Unleaa* redeemed said crtnoat., .,' shall tax A m, .b., has made application , ,.' _ _
The showed. I. .corl. tax deed to Isau* In accordance .
COlh''or' "tport. the entire leland 'k>iownJi Parad's I.Tlu" ..
any such occupational: tax In th8'18ame'monner' the :' O.n-ral Ilc.I...collect Island Except Lots Four ( end Five., deed will th.ron on. the llth 1 with law. -Bald certificate
ed. 'IK.BO and . f day SE-ALY"- 11. I embrace the : following
as he would ollect for (8> of, said subdivision. all of the ISO.000.00 Paving Notes.. ( I. d..erb
I There being further Coupn. OVERSREET.
business be-
po above described beingIn In O."ola I
t.b. State,, piovlded'that.' ff by law: for. the board,' they adjourned. flection prop..tY(41'' Township Denomination'%,, payable *eml-annually.eaclt.. both Interestt Interest Clerk Florid&Clroul Court. .Oueol.' . prp..tJ. Five (1) ofBlock' _ _

'1 A.-F. BASS; chairman. Twenty-flve. (II) .* Twen- and principal payable" In goN By 8. D. C. 10-tt. 106. The laid land J
:the counties' are permitted to levy,* 'Attest! J. L' CI.rk. tv-nln. ( I), East OsceolaCounty, or Its equivalent. at the offloe of the H BLK being assessed at the date of the Issuance _ _

.greater per cent tban 50 per cent for Florida. ,City or The. Chas NOTICH OF APP"C'ATION FOR TAX. of said certificate; In the name .'* with all the title ]Bank at the Natonal' .DEED k, .of M. A..Da" Unless said oertIflcatshall *
SUCh Said tax, then thA fAT pnlWtnris I now v..ted*' said ]purchaser, J To mature a. follows: b. redeemed acordlna to law.

ordered tb collect the full Amount GL4DVERTSEMENTS Frank ,Vana Agnew, and the tenctnnti ., Five Thousand Dollar In' Eight Notice Ss. hereby given, that 'R' 'D! tax deed will issue thereon 01 the" _
of Tax' lied day of August'A. D. .
Gulce purchaser
hcredltamenta and appnrtennce Years, C.rtlfe..t. i
M levied. I ". 'with every prlvl. ., right. tl, Flv Thousand" Dollars w- Nln' No., 1414 date the 6th .1 I ", J. L OVER0TBEE1'Circuit ;
tie Interest and revision remainder Teara A. D. .1618 h. filed said certificate In I Clerk Court Osceola. County,
Resolved That the Tax Assessor office, hat mad application ,,J Florida
I NOTICE and easement thereto Five Thousand Dollars In Ten Teara.Flv my
I I.
hereby Riven ,
the of Osceola that under Ina- or In anywise . belon..1| Thousand Eleven for tax, deed to issue In accordance (CICUIT COURT
'in and for County ,, and by virtue J .Final Hecret dated Dla. BIAIt
WITNESS the Judar: of ,the Years ._
Seventeenth i
the S6th
day of
July, .
: of Florida: be and he )ta hereby i D. 181, In hou.an4 ; -
State" A .
the case of John. Wark Sarah E:. Judicial Circuit- the Stat of Flv Dollar* IJ T". : -
directed: to levy and assess all of the I|\\'ark. hla'' wit. Complainants- Versus Florida In and .for O."eol. County, Years. NOTlOE. _
.J. R, Graves : .. and Thousand Collars In
Jr.,. and Grace Klofenor nlm. a* Thlrteed ,
... .ifore rolng' taxes as fixed and;\ JgyIc4by I itravel: his wife; Tampa Hard"'Ar the Seal said Court at JCI$.almroee, T V '
l I Company, a corporKt.lpn. and o.c.ola County "Iorld. on thl the ( .
this Board upon the' property elevied J Will ComfM, CorfipfitHW. DeC ,7th -day cf Julv. . 1*. I Said note will not HA sold for less Notice I*'glv.n' "that ''the' following) described 'land '0,1.0 snuck

an'd that he extend the taxes fendants, pending t the eurt .1. I. OVER8TREET (REAL) 'than A' certified checkfor- $800.00payab1etaths..cixy thereof. as will pay the .mout due for tasjs ... .t Pposlte .

-- f.-ihe. aeventaenth- Clrui Clerkcflbs..Circuit Court;forOscolaJCountv ,.trea.jrer...of_the -to-the' same,. together with th. uch Sale and advertlalng. will _ _
: "o* th-artiatln-mr :tiich'and roerty the Slate of Florida,,u41.1..Iif f.t )t-t : <'Florida 'City of Klaslmmee. Flnrlda.tnu t no- be old at public auction on the First' day of September A. D. 1915. In frontof ,

--- - -a-ccorctiftrto-.aid-tnltlaee: : ----AI fiT) JlCounty th* undersi (Ct1t4"1Yfl' COURT, ,I c company* each Is t ibid.Th . he City.Hall Door, at\Klsalmmee., CO\'tJ of Q.colas.nd,. State .of Florida.
IT n ed as ) pec1AVMi1trr in OnanwrTT 44:4FlrIQ7AL5wA7.) rllh to _reject any.

determined by this Board on all will sell at public outcry for each .In llt By 8' H BULLOCK. O. C. _. "I C ..-' -. -:- N'l';
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all bids In car* of J. IH un- t
the to taxation{ in hand to the highest bidder; at the > "wj .
property subject front door of the Court House In Kls FOR Pl-'BLICATIO 'bert City Clerk. ,

the said County of Osceola, as to'all slmmee, Osceola. County. Flnrlda durIng ffEA J. R QILBKRT. DescrIptIon of L 4 : : ,
the legal Koura of .. Mon1.y Department 'of theInterior.. U. 8. Land _City Clerk.
taxes levied and intended to be entered -.'the 1st day of September., ... D. 1519.> "..-* at aalnesvlll, Fla. July . '
: on the assessment roll under!I the following described properly. *lt- 1519. 11'1 AN ORDINANCE. 8
luate In the City of Klaalmtnee- County NOTICE '1. hereby given that OlaH. -
fthe head of County Taxes and upon lOt .e..ola State of Florida to- It- Jurt. of Klsalmmee. Fla., who on An Ordinance to Amend "An (Ordi.nance ROM Addltleau .
I Lt (1), except Off the 1017, made Homestead -En Requiring. the In.t..l.ton offanlt..y Beg at SE Cor Block 11 'W of Ry. run '
-all property lying and being within aide. thereof and Lot 1011. <4). try. No. 01116. for Lt 2. Sec. 1. To. Privies In of N 10 ft, W 100 f. B 10 ft. K 100 f... F. Leonard w>'<....-...; -11.51-
'- the Districts described within the 'except 80 feet of th'eV..t . .. ..- !. S.. R. '18 Lots of Klsulmme. lylnOutside All B of A CL ,In Block 11-___ Unknown __ 7.4$
as of Block of Lt the S..w.rar. Limits a. H..tofor. .. _________._ .. ,: ::: :
of W. A. r trlvk's 1 and I of 1., Township 19 8., .. .. All Block 11 ._ _-_. Unknown :: .
'County of Osceola, as of the First I I'Addition to the Town of Klaalmmo Range E.. Tallahassee Meridian.has ials, Plans Prescribing ... A. _"1._. Addltlesv. : :

D. 1919. City Florida together. with the tenements ..1 notice of .. to make same shall b and Specifications Wh..ot EH of Lot 1, Block. SLot .____.--____._- W. 8. Johnson v .. __ l.ll ,
day of January, A. I .. and appurtenances Commutation Proof to eatabllah claimto ORDAINED* con.trll
The followIng bills wero examined, thereto belonging.Purchaser the land above described before CIL OF CITY OF KISSIMMEE: Lot 7. Block .... _..--,..________... Fred.Roberson ,..-.---- 8.86 '
.A I at sale to pay for dved Clerk Court. at Klaslmmee.Fin. THE EM Lot .4., 1', for 1511-----_ 1. ; 1
I That 1, of BloK ---
Ordinance H Campb.I. .
1 T". -approved and ordered paid: I Ur.t"d this 80th day of July. A D. Clreul'Ib day of the Installation an of sanitary requiring EH Lot '4. 1*. for 11.___._. J. H'' .__"__""_" ICI

*.> JV.-F Bass .commlsslonr -. It. Privies In those section of the City 1.lenld. I_.. Ceaa' .
K L D Ovrstreet commlsslonr. 10.00 I W. B. CRAWFOTID. names .. witnesses! of Klsslmma lying outside the Sewerage Stirvey.Lot . "
Kmeat Mach commissioner __. 8.00 I I Special Master In Chnn..ry. W. W. Hancock. of Klsalmm, P1. Limits, a* heretofore defined 1.J". SO, 81. and 11-._...-._..-.. Miss E. 7. BlCkerdlke '_._L' 81.46 '

John: Partln commissioner ____ 10.00 KRIBB8. AKERMAN A BTE1J Seth Tlson. of Klsslmmee, Fla. and Prescribing th. plan Lt.(, and K 7H t..t.of Lt '.-...,*-. ATTF..-Myers. ._.*,_. __ 1T.' ,
-B H Quy. commissioner 14.fllI Solicitors for Complainant_SI-It- John F. Lyons, of Klsalmmee. Flaw and Specification h Mat.rlal. same of Lots1 87 and II. ..._.,._ W. c Lad ford ,..__...._ 6.86 _ _

"T at Johnston: .tty -, J2Ji B. J. Woods of Klsalmmee. Fla. shall be constructed be to Lot 1 -;_-.-____--?.. ?.._-... Mar, Regaro '.__-__.. . Z2 10.I8
..:J L Ovrstreet. clerk -. -MS'SU I NOTICE OF APPLICATION. FOIl ROBT. W. DAVIS read a* follow: Lot ( 8 of Mimand Ry ._---v'. MIss M. 5., Crowder ______., 14.46
'J B Baas. Janitor ---- DOWER 1.1. .... Section 1. That the f, all Lot 88 lea N 'PSI feet____ ________ Jamea .Bron.on.._____""__ T.46.,
W B Crawford pro.. atty.___ n.n property occupied by either the said ewdall Jk DeyleDlv... .fas. ,
Whom It May Concern
T M Murohy. county Judge____ **."! i To Notice la hereby given that the un. NO.CI .AP..rCATI01 FOR TAX owners or tenant. b* required within .e. .4MJ, F. ..C.'. In.
R Thor Weaver dem art.------ deralgned Margaret L. Rlaukwell. DEED day. after the pa..ags.of thl. Or

L H Ifiarram. care of Jallr- ..1.110II. widow of John A. Blackwell, lateOsceola of 'dinance, to or to have contracted Lot .4.,Block A......___..__......... f>. H. ThurmanMrs. ____ \ *'!. '
/. M L Chancey, malnt lO.on County. deceased, has Notice la hereby (given That R. F. to construct sanitary privies Lot 11 to 18 lao Block H_..-..-.._ S.. 'H.. Urk...,._-.. .
10.00 Florida Bevan purchaser of Tar CertificateNo. upon all of such said In 1 ,
J -R Owen malnt ----- flied In the Court County Judge property th* Preasct Parau t ,
Mr. J K Steneon. malnt -- 10.110 of Oace-ola petitionto 114. dated the (th day of July A, City of Klsslmmee. aa Is not connected II ..__. L''W..Cod ..... ",
County. a
Florida Lt ---------------s.a.. X. .
Mrs L Mahles.. malnt __,------- 8.00 assign widow's uf the D. 1916. and of Tax CerttflcatNo. with the sewers under the present .brt Bass Addt.s..- y-

Mrs M A Simmons, malnt ____ Estate of John A Black well, d..ce..d.. I 144. dated the tnd day of July.: A. D. Ordinances, same to b* constructed In All of Block "AU'All ..._--,...._.. 'Rose Tyler ... .._ .

Mr. M Bronson malnt -__-- J-JJ 'and that on the Art day of depteniber 1MT. ,has fl..d said e.rtlleat. In myoffice for conformity lions with Plan and pelnca". of Block "H.".__.__.__.._.____.- AmJ Hodge '.--__..___ .1,1'

Bamul Montsdoca malnt 6.00 A. D. 1919, the undersigned will Tax Deed and to Issue* In accordance with appro..4 by. .the State All of Block "JL. K1 N1 and OL".. T. F. Hor.ol ...,... .52.95
to the
C C. Smith malnt 6.00 the Honorable T. M. MurphyJudge Sta. 'of Block .... .... -
-- apply to law. Bald .. the Law now the EH : ;, " 0 SI.. _.."..___ IT.II
'*i Almenla Rvana malnt 1.011 of said Court to lasue .writ .c.rtfcat. .mbrac of lo".rnln. eonercton Lt 1 Block except N I ft.--. .... _..___ 17.35Mrs.
following property sanitary : St..rln.
J-: Smith malnt County commanding .lrat.4 . ._._. .
;1 r Mrs M malnt- J.OO. to the Sh..rlf In Oceania County, Florida to.wlt proval of the Sanitary Committee of Al of Block B and -S. ., . I _.---. .1...,
Jernla-an.: -
Julia a. *
No. the City ef Klsalmmee. J.
Mrs Jlncy: Padgett, ma nt ____ 500 to law who shall allot and SE% 14. %BWH orNEH. of SBH Section 8. AU Ordinances' or n..P. ......._-._____.__._______._ Fred' Robinson .._____ ,. :
Mrs Jane: Clements, malnt ____ 5.00 set of to p..tton..r. her dower Interest and W'4 Jot 8E%. NEI. ,of Ordinance In conflict part.b ".. k F..".. HallrMid .rvey. .
t fV Mrs B A Wilson malnt 6.00 said at which time alpersons No. 144. NW% "SEt of NEW, and the sam are h.r.b h.rewlh. *. SE 60 ft of Lot '8 and 4, Block !-. n Hanokl..n '

f Mr. Janle: Joh,.., malnt 6.00 Interested. In said estatewhether Section IS, all In Township SB South. Read a first time In open. session, Lot S, Block 7________________.._____ K K' Humbrecht, .t. _.._._._., C'.C'1.0 0' ,
6.00 law
R 0 Llvlngaton. rnalnt heirs at or 'and at most'.easterly of Lot ." -
er..dlor. The landbeing'asees.ed unanimous
Ran 29 Bast. said
<\H Frank Evan. malnt ---- 6.00 neat Of kin, In objection re b7 en.ent placed up. Bel. 48 CO.. I ", ..
& at the date of Issuance of ,on second Anal nas- 10, run 8 degrees W. li' I. .
tf -H Tlllls. malnt! ___----- *.52 ilf any they have, to the gr.ntnl o. I.and ft..N degree W..78 .ft, N' 41 ., o'! '
said certificate in the name of Effle ;;? unanimously 'thl; 4 .A ., I IMr
.. .__.. 1 0
B M McClelland malnt LAO the prayers of said p..t Of .a..4. it. S 47 degree E. 71 ft.Lota .,
Frailer and D. V. Carlton. Unless day July A.D. ) gree
t. '
K Vogler malnt __....... 6.00 This 29th day of A D. 1915. 1 S NH Lot ; _-.:_
----- said certificate shall be ao-1 ( ) O. 'W P'OZ jfc f It. 4, BlOTtS'Leaped" : :r' u7
J r.d.eme .IAI
Claude. Sylvester malnt -.___ 1.00 MARGARET L BLACKWELL ... . _
Mary Kln .er. malnt 6.00 of John . cordlnl to law t,1 1e.14..nt .Of CounciL k"r"a'n3"lot w. u. (aldnson, __ It
WidoW A do$5..4t.-- on the 0' 1"U.t A, i R lof fn"rof"8 "Bl;? ( --- --"I.7 .

Delia Colllngton. malnt ..-,- 6.00Valley I'j I < . D. int. f' this Snd day of July 6, Block' SI '_._'______-._.__._'.___.__ Expret f '
rasette. blanka S.oo I .1. II. OVWttf.TawnT, flit W. 3. A SW 40 ft, lot S and lot;.! and 4, Block, Boatherl .Ji: ___. jU' 1

:. . Water and lightfor June18.91 NO.CI BHKRIFF 9AL.'Under ". Clerk Circuit Court Osceola. . STEEDIt. SI __...___._._ . .. Ma"klnon 1" : t4
r. . . . .e.flfl'. .W.; B. '
Telephone Co. for phone.----- 7.1SVennerSawyer ,1 ) County. Florid. .1 :. . '. ......... f''.DI
\ Co. TrlbbonaS.SO and by'-of an Execution ffEA D.. ., ,. .
__ seal the p .. C.NOTICE JOTUI) TO Lot _____ ___ _.______. ___.. Da .., r" .'' :e'
W U Tel Co messages -- __ 7.81 Issued out of and under the of : J\ILC I CEDIOR. : ,A I. ..;' _ _,___
R..m. Typewriter Co r; > ... '10.88: Justice of the Peace Court. FIrst DI.. I C..C7 Judge. Oeela Osh.rS# .' Additle.. ,_ f"- 1.1 \

Klllott\ Fisher. Co. repairs..- SS.OI trlct. Osceola County Florida.d.e. (For Fled OF DI EXLICVI'Ut_ .) ,.. r r .CV-Pty. . sf. .rierlda.' / L25 frDQc..lS: .ON.I A-------------- A. Spier .______ ___ Sail'
of 1 'I
H ft W B Drew Co record b'ks" 1111.111C I the Slat day July I .. .. -n < < _.. __ H.' .
L Bandy commissions ...... 84.47 F. Walter I I. Plaintiff. and Mra. A. C. f. N d Jot..' E, CLirer. Lti' T.J.I Ol -. .. Bal__, __ al.41
W & C Oro. Co.. auppIIeu65.34 Dunne. I. D..f.ndant I, L. H. Ingram I. Coart .f 4b. Ca.sjy Jaidare. 01.4. To 'aU J.tl4( . L.gatel S'lstribU- Lt block ...___..__- m L' L.esley ._-.--.. -_.. '41.41
v Osoeola Hdw Co. repairs ._.-__ 11.1111W aa Sh.rlf County Florida f Flr4da C..t7. teesf andTairFefions'Ha'vVi TlaTroi Lt; :f, Jot.l B1OCK .b'.1..r..1------ -IMatMewai ->. Harwell' ?, _.____. .10.1
hav and will for J or Demand. ag&iudt4t1 1 F. Lieacll ..-. .. __.._ 1.45
B Maklnson Co. water cooler 4.60 upon ot..r !. of 4 ., AdaJflosJ. ", .. ..
A RVn'ce, carbon ____._ ._. 1S.78 sale to the highest bidder fof on r* F.t.t. Rlbridare ...7. You, and each. of you" -" t ",5' ": .*[ .\ ., .
W H Arnold amt due on vat..S110.60? .ale to the highest and beat bidder forcash Notlc given to notified; and required to 4.ea>eni All .Of ,Block -A ..___.._....._.i..._.H. A. {(____; .N' ..., h5.I
.wr Barher commissions. June 118.81 on the 1st day of It may concern that on theSDth daY.claim and demands which vou1.&IJ' 8M of Lot 1., Block O..__..-._-_- ZIU" ',..' .._____.___, 1.01,:
of A. D. 191, I shall HM> I. J. XT. I
O. and
1919, the following described household .rov.mbe, either of you have Ih .DI..r P. .
may K .
\V I Barber' commlaalona$ on to T. M. Murphy, Judge against Lota 18 ._. 0'1 wJi'IV'"I .
goods, the same being levied on estate of John B. Olarner and _. fl .8Imp.on .dl 1?
118 _ _
.0.C'7' '
assessment -- r>f said Court aa Judge f Probate for de.a WH Block R .
. as the property of the Mrs.A. 2ateof County. FI .. O/ except N. Oft__ Matilda'Yates __ ..
J II A l.d"n. transp. Co. Defnd..nt lay dlscharira'as Executrix of the Oe..oll tit N of ___...__ : .. ..
,' $t. Cloud _. _. ._ 11.60 ., C. Dunne, to-wlt: fnal Ezoutrll of sail -. % Lot .. Block S ._ .... L .A.- Paytoa. i __- .. '
- Libby, deceased; within Beg.. at SB cor of Block --q--.t .
Eldrldr. V. N
S kitchen tables. two run .
years the
.,, ';T D 'Chunn, Co. physIcian- .... 16.00))1 I', 6 piece parlor suit and that at time I will present Dated June llth A. D. ber.ot US ft, W SS f*, S ft. E 81 ft_.. ._ ,; T'
II *
'F :.- 1.0..1 medicine ..-. 19.961 l r ( chairs. uphol.tere4 my final accounts aa Executrix of) ELIZABETH Le .. ". !. Addltleaku F..R.TJn.r' -. .. ,
dining ,
R Thor Weaver rca, oil, June 44.10 said estate, and ask for their. appovL' MAY oLRIR I '.1 '
Lot S S 4
chairs. and Lot C 8 and
S bed room !
Bank. .......... IT-l '
State Interest SOO.OO trlx t' .r
; *
8 60 ft. Block A_ ._ ___ __ .
0 1 rocking I. -? i a. aButsa '
ehalr. ___ ;
Mrs H H Holland. ''malnt ...... 8.00 Dated June SUh. 1.. n. 1915.ETHEL. .' .
tables.chair. OF FOR'TA'S Sab-Dlv. 1.
i S parlor APPLICATION .
''I' M Murphy. Judge Jnv ct.____ 1S.0 FARR.. i' H..t. H.C..
, W B Crawford convtlon r....... SO.00 I .Zoammo. Bxecutrlr. I DEED. .. .
.. Bank of St.' Cloud, pay rOIl 40.70 1 hall case. -. Lot 1 1. BlockA ..___...*_t.A* B.: fl. Buna j.;; ___' : '

4 Bank.of St. Cloud., pay roIL..I (6.SO\ 4 1 porch reception chairs.chair. NOTICE FOBDepartment PVDLICATI01 i. tOTICJ. rs HEREBY OIEN... That and Lot W S A.and Patrick' 1, Block AdaJllesu.A..__..?...__. ,1. Kw.BuasaMr .0.-. .:4-.
MIU.rl's : .
O T WhIUleld L
'. ,caev __....coat..-.-In-.--(Qadsden-..--,.. iron 1 I bed bureaus.stead. and. 4 springs. of the Int..lor. V. R J.B.Certiflcat.'No.. .. ,74 S pureha..1, ref .Ta. Lot '*.; Block AWH --...,.-..,..,_..,. ." *.- CorrleGardner" .. 45.35 .
I. Land Office tth I'day of Lot B.,1 H. CLIghtaey .. '
H at
Inrram coat Ford .

"f-71.onwtt M Murphy. .cents- Ford-e.-Ford "8.77 4.01 pOI' 1 1-wardropee dining room' table.. L July Bth. m!. Oaln.nll. Florl4'of c..tlnct..n Aug-uat. A mJ D.'lll'has.ftIed otle.and has made said Lot.'4 6214, Block.ft.1rNW..of J..block.i.LBeg. ....-Block-_.1.V'Arno. _''Krlts_ _._.'---1.,"-. .:1.11. 1'i.'w

; .
n wit. Ford .... i book case. NQTICK.Is hereby that POly. < to Issue inaccordance .un.'S 10 ft. W, J .
Hart. e. .. ... 4.00 1 table and I.n" with law. 11 f' 1 : I ..,
: 'CThom.. Ford _.. d.k door Ohyaellnck. of ; certificate $9ft.,8, 147H. ft-N'. 4ZH ..
,, wit, caae.. .;. 4.01 1 dish LulhmanL.Fla. embraces the following :described 1 f. I' "f, "
-" ,1. FannleV Evans. wit.' Ford case-.i, 4.00 wash'llpbo..r4 who .on August SO ( situated In ft.W 40 ..,.C; '" W, 4 ft,4..;, :> K. Ban _,; _. .11.15
... 'Jt .Thomas. .1 .td. stead Entry No. 014OOO for 8BH of prop..rtJ. Ole..ola County Block 1 M._. . W '_ ; '
witFord c..e ..._- 4.00 table . ,. _
i' ....;".. N-Lula' Mae Newton wt .Ford -case '4.00 1 1 oval folding mahol..ny bed. parlor RW%. Section, S9, I .R' to-wIt, land Lot 10...Blo assessed O.,. Maryydlav at N 87.18"''ft. of Lt 1 Block N..,,.....,.: ..7.'"ArIB.rlo'laa.: :_-. _.-,,.- 81.66 84.18.
WH of 'Lot
W L: '"Wlnn wit; O Balsden Ensure S7 o;"' .
case t.70 1' the date of laauanoe of said certificate. .Q"r '. .
1 t! Kthel Simmons, wit. . filed notice of >make "W." >. -
: same. S.Oi 1 In the name of A. Smith. Units saidcertificate' I ," ,, '. ; '
. '
Vernon Partln. wit.. .. Threryear to claim' KlaxekB 'W, : ) .. '
acme -;. S.7I 1 dresser. Pof. shall redeemed. accord *- ,A.;; Patrick* : 9
.rriay', .
\ ''Ftev* wlt, . Clerk Crelit. Curt the 18th 4..e Lot I I.,Bl< T.... .. ., .
Gi1"' &" --* 1.70( 1 .cupboard.- , day July, A. D. 1811. .* _, 7- ..... .UIW.
Nellie, ,. Williams,,.wit. aamev--r-........ S.70 And '1 tool .Fla., of. Aulu.t*1.1>..,,,.(SEAL) < Lt 1 SofA. O. L." Ry, Block .J..o.',J. W.:Petl 1 1:4.:
Ruby Ba"*, wlt-' "me. ........'""., ... 1.01 j \Li H."INGRAM 'Claimant 1 names as ,,Clerk Crcuit .T.IOVER8TREI. ,. Al S O( A. 0.7.* Ry Blocks JO ta. "'' ". ,
it .' -D Partln. wlt. same _.___k_.__* S.70 of CountJ. C. L Heath,' of Lonirhman, P1*.. I 'Court '0c01 I I. *(__ 1..nd.,''Tucker : 'Co, .__. .. .. sirs'H. .
8b.rlt I-It. ,,
elites of Lousbman. Fla. ,
Mr. a Simmons, wit., .am..s 1.70< .1-1 t Lot 5 i ,less W 6T"ft"B"ioVk"si I3 .._ .. A. Hunter .
'. Cha. n na. wit.- .. . B., O. Hancock of Lughman NOTICE or All of Block SS ___ 1-1__ _____. ,i Z *>-t-e>i- 6.76
? f'm .m. ,. S.OO I r ADJllISTTOR/ T-T--T ____.,_,. a Phillip ,: .._ __ "
Mile nimmona' wit .f Se-reav. A. B"fuU".n of'Loushman. /' H. Water ... .1' :.1A
cam .* 1.1' I. .. C' cr tl (. .o..q. l Afldlrteau . _f-tf- f'
.i .E Sr'e' ..., Courtateno.. _.._> .SH.KO >.. Clrewlt . Fler- ,. DAYIS. Block.1 'and S and NH of ; ,1 .

s IVChunn. wit./proa.' atty.......,,' S.OO C..CI. *.. *.! OeeelaC7.'. I-It Reca.. la ,Cewrt *f C.I': Jl.*..... .f 1 Block 'I 'v-... J -_ LC Tuckr Brick 'Co .-. ; :. (1)0?L7t" j. '

,1' ,4? Jf H'inarain.oo.t.'Eai.den''Murphy,-coats Baladen.. .__._,'80.4. '.1/1 .VVIUIaaa j.-' .1.Pa.CUL:' lit CIRCUIT COURT.' STAIR. '.OF I ...-* C y. W.of O.Block.Bae Aealtlea 18__.______ Joseph Hart *, _.T'W. __' 14:4':

: [*f H Tnarram' feed prisoner--? 4I..0 . . .ORIO. ,'>. r* 'e4at* '.r Emily O' Tataa.. Lt 4 ,i-. ___ ."______- __ ._. ; 'Calyr .- .
'J ? :PrIer.. Court : .., .Notice I I rnMrs. .
V. Aarsiew
"' Steno. ._ lIn Freak Dr..t eveath Ja4lrlal Ow hereby al.en. to all whom J. .Jsea.r. *. .1.
*! ?.' L H .1ngrm. eo.t. June: term_ 1(8.41. .A.I", With Af. C >sj :.4' J L Overmreet.. . 't . J of .. .' Lot Ba. -4.
COstu-Ju0e'tSrm *! -'' : _' iii I shall apply to ., ____.____ _.__ Mr., _.. '
y 'tiaoeola' Hdw Co.., euppllea$ ...._, 14.00 To Frank Tan* Agnew,. on.In.1and .' hear) V. Deerr. ,C..* ...t. ,T*.>'the Honorable T.; M. Murphy. Judge of Lot ,II ., '___ . __ ..._.... M. )'Quinn '. .A' .__. ., ,,1.11. ;
.W C Qro.Co.. __ Defendant. and all other aid Lot 10 ', '
*upplles 44.11 Evlyai D > .. Defeadaat1 Judge of Probate for ... -
**rr bLt -r- - TrIpletL. ,
t r -.. 'l"LlIpf..r 41" Prat her, supplies ..__, 10'.ll ,1 .. "th. property I my a :1rI:1. a*. Administratrixof 11'' .' '._?,-.-----. .-- .- .-..8 ;M Quinn___ t.11

W C Oro. Cro.., .uppll"*.,R 0.'111. 4lumbrt hereinafter d..rlb..d.. It appearing by.. appended. the Emily O. Tatman deceased Lt. 61"and 61- _.____-_.. Mr Bryan _. .... _. .. 1.11. _ _
3 K PIne1tary. ,... .. You and .a ar* atfda"lt. ) at the 71'' ___ _. E C w, C C $21'p
i time I
.. Mj .!10.T7 ber.hJ to the bill filed in ".-. aama Lt _----- ___.. _. : _. '
.1 :< Dan SlrOwn. Jl'Uar4 --.-.;...'t_.... ci.o commanded to;", and. appear. cause that Bvlyn, Doerr the defendant will present' to said Court my final a c. W.'."IU '* ,AadltleauB .' 5r."at .. - -

,. t"1'1W'A.hton..upt Sfradlnic ..._,100.00 above entitled cause .on the Ita-' da, therein. Is a, non-raldnt J. 'h Farmer road of October, A. D. .181. . 'name snd ask for their 7 Block A - u '-- 6.01
approvaL 8
.up.m.or\110.l0 of the and I. a'rest-1 tax of Il17.,,._;. I '
.4 CIt" Hark.t 'm..a& _.. NOTICE) Is hereby given yon'thatth .Stat. .. Florida Dated April led D. 1515. Lot 7 B..rrJ Pd..d --.a..e..... 1.11
to J0 -.. : $30 dent . Mlcb"r.. that .b'.I. I A Block I, tax of ..___ '..
I..'-"flU. Jack.on Co.. male f.o ""w' B Maklnson Co., ,sappllesRQ '.tl.4 on th* 7th July. A I. therefor ordered that th* said* (-.lo.-mo . I n. le eai AddlHe.-., .. ;. .B 5raktor4 -_: :; .t 1 V
0 0" Tlner.supplles. Co. -auto.. .I1.1T D.' 118. and the pi'opertyatt.sch.d. )! nonresident defendant be ah* 1.hereby (. feet Souare In, one. Binek. 1.' Drlggr
a_ ;:KI...,' Won Wk.. repair..,. 1.1111 a.' follows. towltiCommencing --. . required to appear .n4, tbd bill Of EXECUTOR. Kbsl.e l '.I. '- -- .K .. 'r -. "1..1

,F,' A, n Mi.. work on< roadd.ftfl at.the ButbW..t'' COI1- I of complaint.Ale In said cans on or .* Vta\al Lots', 11 to 10 .t.IC. .' .,._ _;; I, : .
''R V Phillips. wOk on roa4.:_, 18.11I ner of Lot. One ,. (1) Vans. before 4th, day of 'D..q', Lt. 14 and 68.no_. .. .",Vr.lll perrard. ___ ..1 '
4? M :W Simmons, work on road : 8'.ooi Agnew' ,8Ibdlvl.lon ,of Lot ..One- .(!) I A.,: D.' '1'1. ,otherwise the '- u..t I. 'Ceset' .4 Lt IS and 68 _._ -_..._.i" ... .. __. '. ,

f 'i,Pat Johnston,, payment of.bill-.' ".. Survey of Section Thirty- .said will be takn .confessed V ..ry.c.f'Jo. "14 ....__"__ .,., Mrs.. A. K. '" .,, , ,, __ 11..1

'Ir .dip rat ,....*,.i,..:..__...._ .boo.o*. Four 'I4).' Township Twenty-five (16) >y etldldefendant.,' leBatat. .r Lewis .IL-Ce,. >.. Bk, Lot >" ".t"1 ..._ _.._ K. L. Lesley Baa' ?__. \ '
rv7 Rang-Twenty-nine' (59) Bast It 1 further ordercff thafthl ordef- Lots 1S1 . _. .fl'
'FreS0'LorHrd-W 'C- m..t.rla111..5.Iw,1 ; South ; and 188.eB __ ; Baroiay- "
In.peeto. ._____, .44.00 -a. Paradise. Island, and meander b. published. one .week, 'lor four -Notfce I* hereby giv.n4s whom ) ....t .. J; 0. .'1'.1 .. 1 wtOlFoet.

'R,. V' L&nIer. In.p.ot01'______ .40.10 along, the ahore line ofLakToopekallga coniecutlv weeks th* ... may-enc.rn. .that on the' Slth day Lot*, Land .r.. it..., _,,,, _, ,. I
: M' L", In.peetor-' "11.40 \ on .'the said ,J.- Gasette, a September, D. 1915 I will apply' te .: i."toa .:.c- ; .: .,' 1"
Pradl..I Vale '
E. .. :
%?:.,, Walter Bron.on. In.p.ctor._, 47.80 and In a Westerly lr.otl" -in.terseotion .ale, County .ne T M/ Murphy Judge: ,A D.. .*f W. % .1, ; ". .. ;
.4 ,C.O }!..... Insoector ___ 44.2G of. the ,of Lot I Tbl'' lotu of.said Court.-a Judge of Probate, ,I.I ef .1" .,., tl".. .p.., .
'Tave BeIn.p.oto' ; "_.._" ,' SLOG Twlv< (11), of .said . subdivision :" -VfL.Jll5f B PUbU.b"j.for ray anal discharge a* Executrixof JUNk. .a" 1" ... ,.': 11' ,
H'H', Hull,' hence In'. a Northerly-direction .(8'Il5AL.' Clerk the estate of. HCbhoon.. deceased 1. ., -. ; I\
ThreeHundred 55
: In.peotop .
..___ 95.1)0/ Mra A COI.m.n .
, . .*_____.; / (100)) Feet. more' .or'. less, xltinRg. .AKBRMAN, : and that xIh. same tlm 1 AU B.ock ottBloek 1and, S..__ _.-...' i ._--_.'+".1_, : j -
will '
.4 Chaa..' iolloltor for present aa.Executrix __. .. . 1
alenethe Complainant. Clark
Donegan. ald Eastern A Hunter
lln Lu.
.of salX5TWSlv4U.t.45s.epnep : .-
Inspector! ___.. 1',1i0 aUDt I
.'M'.anal f. k '
: of I : .. Plo .. 4
H-81-'P1n.peotor, .;. '.00 1 jpef. tneir . .. .. ", .or Lt... a Lw's Add1t ,A.Hunterr" .."-' -" -ii'. 11' t ,,I
Mat Str.tton... In.peetor .__ _.... loan/ In. a Northwesterly direction ,or > . '- *i;> - JECOf tot
I .fOTCI 'tilt. 'Block I _.. ."
0 ,A Oram .work 0" ,Vats-7i.1S .'. Fifteen (MS) feet I Dte February"2tb. : .. -1 .1 : ___ ____' )t.Wronson, JJ: ;J"l .
L.wIU .:John.. Work on "at..4.71 on thenorthaast corner of said .Lot .In' .'With Chapter 4611. &R 'CHO. Lot to -4. Block ,4...-. .. A. .Wailer _.: : .- ;:;
x : .
v. '1
Law of Florida, 1550 notice Is herebyrvlen. Laa> ,- ' .
$. tate Bank. 'Order 1uckt Twelve (11). In .a' di- ia-11 Zxetr .. r ,' :
:; Brick Co.,_ materlal CiJSi '1CS.90i / rection/ avion*; We.trl7, of that an- e1eoti'o 'will b* held 8WH, % b**. .t/nl/ N : ." '- J
C or ,aDnirrsntlATOaV cor, run 8110 .
Flor- W ,
P at County fOC
F-H'Pope, lumber aald.Uot Twelve (IS) Four Hundredand 0.001 I ,
dip \
vaet. is.tOM.OO Ida. pgjDI1ebfre.) Sec,"1'. then N SlO ft. to .
$ou. oara.. b&UI1n mat.pI.LS / Seventy (470) feet, more or 1..., NaIo..i! District No beg Al o ;(
> :
D K .. August Snd, % ft of SB run* ; .'
Smith. 600 to the .hore of sail Lake on.tb. A .' 17 I cor. ; ,1 Lk' -
ftllln.4p'Yau Ina. the >Comrt ot S a<. I N .
for lot who .U
''G' side said c.f h. 'I % ft. ." ,
B"Lw.on. 900 W.t.r tb.n. purp. d.t..rmlnln. J1' : ,
fland shall .. school said I r1.rI4 ... 184 I. BecJ/'ll.'TpVsi.' Rl y
Jr"- along- the hC.* f 4i. 8.Nsbon' .... 11.4'.
Bnk Ft. had.< ( ,. Bear. r: . .
llstrlet for the two nxt .rt.r':1'IrIrtt41ct NB
year t ,BE
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of C ar Northerly direction to I 4."Of runi I 'N" .
,* 214.53 the Southwest I !. *. Etsf e ef. A4KUk.. c.o W .
*flxtheLnumbr ama J. .ft, 811 tt,. .
of tt
corner" ,
H. .XjOt XII- of \
RYrtFIEht5'Obr1ok3.lT7.51 JUaft.KIO .
-.O. El..1 I'a
; hereby to all whom H ,1
sId subdivision Easter- tax to b* lev- "Noto. given .. ; .
1 I direction ", f.r: the saId It oonoern .that on.,the 80th day :n'U..t_ __ J"TP" .1. ,'.' I. "
along the I :4'
: Line .0" i '
81b.r. '.' lof Beptenber, shall 4 s AtUII .. :
; I
; apply
B. .
llta p<. "tl Cored said Lot Eleven < l Hun. 'appointed' .to act 1[to the AJI..I Judgeof BW' cor. Be SS, II R ,
: Rtf
red (7O0)fetmor./ K run* N 140.
-,. to : Southeasterncorner, of'or said lees Lot, to' Eleven the. at aald eleetionl15.( L. Bvana. C..R.Alllgood .,' said.Cur. of Probate, for ,e L''Ry. then to 811 o'WayA; ,4, ,. I..

'LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN-'a spedaOr.preparodSyropTonloLaxatlve (2. .thence In a Southern, dlreo-, W Hill, Clerkt H. H,. Hull-,. ,Jnp.eto.1. 1'1 I th,estate".tor, of! : ree. J to 8 line. Bee, II tb.f.W<,*o . ". 'I
tlon the Western L4n* of Lot i bone of and that ti Br.1 ; .oaNI b... __ __.', T.. .. I" -
IO by order of the Pub- at time I ; .
Hwt K > Prt.f. !
T.n' I. w54"efNBl4' _
(10) said Bo..r 0 l f 0
.of subdfvlslon
Coostipatioo to. theouthwestern .
ito Instruction. and Cpunty;;:eat to said Court my final accounts a. o N' 8. .
should be I r. b corner of said Lot Ten of, State. -Florida,this-Slth'i Administrator aald. ..tat ., and '.:Tp II, B.,' 2L. I.'"
taken 14 to Zl 101 theno 0.1. -aaa W4 .. : R.n PDIf ).
fo alone the of
Southern LIne .
d ot ., '1'. '. for. their1 approval. '. KW\ 1" 8e: .
t induce regular action 4tSUmulat ofLot.Ten (10), Nln..d Bight IJ W < Dated April Sad. X -D. 1818. I., NI.. P. .6.211,
a S At..u BARR ? .. : Tt .f
( ) of said .r
Rt, .abI"I.lon' .point' due C, ; I I.Board -- .= > ,. 1"- '. ., ,
1 a North of th b.nDln. and Co;-Bnpt. ana ,Bee. of 'K-O-a-mo-t-mo .G WAG. I.,*.sW000ALZq .'CpIl.e4.s F'-.Irn'P1a.1 ,
hnc Santa and r" 'Ph. .llal.trt. ,
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Oai' THE KBSnmEE VALLET c.urnzFUDAY'AUCUST'i;; ; 1,111111' II'+,;

iNMV'! HUFFMAN JO WED 1?. Huffman' of Miami. 'The date for'the CARSON URGED CATTLEMENTO [pound 'for cattle, at'lhe' ranch scales

FIERCE,',FLA> JULY 28. ,..": wedding nounced., Angut'21st,'w' also an I.I.St OBEY THE DIPPING ,LAW for shipment! as stockers in' Tennessee . '
Cloud the best offer be could
DepartmentNEWS ,, whereas)
OnrThursday afternoon .from three Those present besides the hostessei (Continued from Page One) get at Jacksonville, was seven tents .

to, six at: their' home In North Ft. and the two guest of honor, Mist in this part of' the state 'need to be a pound delivered., making' a net benefit .

Pierce,. Misses Mildred and Irene Tanner and Miss- Florence Smith, AND: NOTES FROM: ST. CLOUD. THE "WONDER CITY.If kept, under tick: fever quarantine to him of fully four .teats per ,
were Misses Easter and Julia Russell
'Smith entertained very pleasantly a Maggie Lou Poppell]] Charlotte BT OCR HHOUIVAR CORRESPONDENT.! bondage for several years, waiting pound counting :freight, commissions,
number of their friend. in compliment . Morris Gladwin forborne of the'less progressive.sec and shrinkage '
to their house-gueet, Miss Margaret Weridah tions to get ready to carry on the ,
Batriee' Tanner of Parma, Idaho, and Glenn, Roberta White Jewel Swain, Miss Brunday. ]left Thursday morning -I'! Mrs. Murphy left on Thursday to work. FARMERS OF PLANT ASSOCIATION CITY '

their sister, Miss Florence Smith Evelyn Gates, Olive and Marion for Palatka. 'spend some time at Johnson City, Pat Johnston and others talked In .WANT DAIRY ..

About, five, o'clock refreshments Smith of Ft. Pierce, and Misses (Miss Nona Sharp and Mr. Dan l,'Tenn., favor of the minority report' but W. Jack McDonald cashier of the
' Dorothy ,and Helen] pay, ] of Vero. Mann. were quietly married last Sunday The} Presbyterian School when It to lacked '
consisting of ice cream, cake' and Sunday was put a vote Bank of Plant City, 'and'- :dozen.
salted nut were served, and with Manager; MacDonough called -a July 27th .t'Center Park b y, held a picnic at the boat; house on votes --enough to 'carry 'and then ,the [Plant City farmer, were in Dade City I

.L these.came the surprise ,of the after meeting of the !members of ''the Kls- the ,pastor, Rey. Mann. We with for 'Thursday, majority report was accepted. Tuesday, studying 'dairying a* our

noon. 'Perched on top of the ice simmee band last night which' was the young couple a loDe and happy'i i Mr and Mrs. Worrill Clifton Tidliolm However, as shown by Mr. Carson, Farmer' Dairy Association is ,doing-' ,

cream was a small arrow to' the shaft responded to with enthusiasm. .The life ,_ and 'Ella McAllister, were the the adoption of tho..'resolution. has It. They were well, pleased with '
of'' which 1 two hearts were attached boys talked It over and are mappingout l )II', Carl Engle] has 'returned ,fronta i dinner guests on Saturday last'' of no legal Influence on the time for what they saw and Mr. McDonald'

", by means"of- ribbon. These, were plan that will build up a bigger visit to Detroit; Mlch:, and his son,>, Mr. and Mrs., George',Barber. starting compulsory tick ,eradication complimented Cashier T. C. Beeven. -)
ri 'used- very cleverly to announce the and better organization than Kissim- Carl, Jr., is expected here this week., > The Croquet club held a picnic on in Osceola] county where the Voters on the substantial assistance The '

engagement and approaching marriage mee has ever had end that ..will .be Miss Kathleen] Riggan, Mrs Woods i, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cessford'f"lawn gave a very large majority in favor Bank of Dade City is giving', the I

of Miss Florence Smith, a sister saying a good deal.! The first rehearsal and small son, Ray, and Eugene Ki-, '''on Florida avenue last Thursday,at.. of the proposition, "and some of the ,members of the association.It . '

r. of the' .hostesses, to Mr. J.; M. was called far Monday night. ner, motored to Kissimmee on Tues, ,ternoon. Those present at the picnic leading cattlemen in this county expect Is the intention of the) Plant

dav.Mrs. [supper were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ge..- to plan with. those from surrounding City farmers to organize a dairy association.
j r JI. C. Stanford and daughters . ford, Mr. and .Mrs. Anson' McGlH] and counties and with state and They own a hundred cows ..,.,(

Margaret and Mattie,. Mrs. Bul, 'family, Mr. and 'Mrs. Jessie Harris government officials for starting the them to begin with andv will .

t lock and '.daughter, and Miss Betty md family, Mrs.; Cox, and Mrs. Sel- work in a large area just as,'soon as i(buy among one or two hundred more as soonij

Aultman] motored .over from. Kissim tan and son, of Tampa. the vats put in. .I as they can provide a plant to take

mee last Wednesday evening to a i Mrs IJ. C. Hartley and Miss Kath C G. Smith of Orange county told I care of their milk.-Dade City Banner J

bathing. party.. ,lean] Riggan I ; spent Thursday in Kis- the cattlemen that the,release of that 26th.Subscribe. ..
Dr; M. Pucket Foster made a business simmee. I county from quarantine ]last December ,
., trip -to Orlando OQ Wednesday.. i I i 'enabled him to' get ten /rents a for the Valley]] Gazette.Osceola . '
Clifton Tidholm who has, been yis- j VETERANS: A$$QCIATION.t I .

itlng his mother Mrs. deorge Barber .. t The Veterans' Association met on

left Saturday night for New ,July, 20, in the G. A. R. hall and .was

?: THE UNIVERSAL CAW York and then to Chicago. .wiled to uidti' bj Y''IIhtmt-W.' F.s '
Mr. and Mrs.. S. 6..' Phelon"T] : 'Kenney.' Hardware Co. ;

have'been spending the tart two i Opening Bong, "AmerUa;" prayer
months at Tacoma. Wash. returned 1
by Rev. Beauchamp, and reading of
Ford cars are more useful today than every
here Saturday last. the minutes by the secretary which .
before; a necessity' in village. town, city and The Sunday school 1 class of Miss i were approved ai read. St. Cloud Located on Kissimmee's .

Jane Warners, picnicked at the boathouse yell given. A quartette by comrade US'IESTConNEn
to coun rythe; utility of the. farmer, merchant, ;
on Wednesday. Cot, DePew and Rev. B.owen. Select -
,* manufacturer, architect engineer, contractor, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williamson i reading by Mrs. Ansbaugh, en

_. salesman, doctor, clergyman ; a profitable factor left on Thursday to return to Kinsman titled "Let Me Hear the Old| Band

.T in the life of the nation. Runabout $500 Ohio. Play," or "A Dying Soldier's Re. THE FEIMOL WAY :
; Mr. J. O. McNew has gone to the' quest." "The Voice I tof Liberty as i iIt

Touring Car; $>25; One Ton Truck Chasis, Soldiers'] 'Home at Johnson City,, sung by Miss Harrod's Glee Club. isl ,
Tenn., and his daughter! Mrs. Proctor 1 Two selections of instrumental a well known fact that insects are the greatest' disease
music -
w $550; Coupe $650; Sedan. $775-these prices who has been visiting here, re- by Mr. Sampson on.his violin anal bearers in the world. No thoughtful person will allow any kind of I'\J

r .' f. o. b. Detroit. We can get but a limited quan turned to Denver Colo. Miss Harrod on the piano. A duet insects to inhabit their living rooms, but housekeepers are often ,.j
a 'Mrs. Cox returned home last driven to distraction to prevent them doing so. To such we are glad
tity. Please give us your order at once- as first by Comrades DePew &: DePew, en- 1
Thursday after spending two weeksin > titled) "The Hand Writing on the to offer Fenole as an absolutely certain relief. Come to our store
; come' will get first delivery.OSCEOLA Tampa. (Wall," acompanied on the piano by and we'll tell you all about it. We have a lot of large pink ,,I r..

Mrs. P, D. Marine and daughter,i Miss Grace Bowen. A piano selection handbills showing a picture of the "World's Greatest Murderer
MOTOR.'CO. Frances; Mrs. O. L. Buckmaster and by little Marguerite Strode. which gives much excellent information concerning the destruction. ;

daughter, Roberta Mae left Thursdayto Select reading by Mrs. Vreeland] of all insect pests. Come and get one, they're free. ,.

1 ; i Authorized Agent spend two weeks at Daytona "All Present," or "Accounted For"Piano S $ $.$ S S S S S

h, 307-9 Broadway, Kisiimmee. Fla. Beach.Mr. W. B. Makinson .of Kisstaimee entitled selections"William by Tell'Miss Overture"Harrod and i The Thompson Safety Porch swing i.i an adjustable; facing-both- ,,
HOOD TIRES FISK TIRES way affair that permit the occupant to face opposite direction by
was a St. visitor on Tuesday.Mrs. "The Stars and Stripes Forever." '
Crowder and children who simply reversing the back, and this takes but an instant to do. By
An interesting talk Rev. Bowen
by another simple 'motion the whole i ia turned into a swinging crib which
have been
her Rev.
?,d "y" and Mrs. visiting parentst in reference to locating a NationalSoldiers' i is a delight to the baby, and a comfort to the mother. We sell
Beauchamp, returned to> Home St.Cloud..
them, and recommend
i them highly. We also sell the Woodall Swing
their home
at Saturday
Jacksonville on StarSpangled'Banner
closed the
last.BUSINESS. made right here in Kissimmee. It i il strong, durable, and never turns I,
'4" splendid\ meeting for one week. over with a person in it. It is safe and reasonably priced. :.-

| MEN WANT TO SEE turn. Should the organization be $99999999

4' THE BAND REORGANIZED 1 asked to exceed this number, they Some new Davenport* have just come in. We selected those of

; JOHN B. STfTSON'UNIYfRSITY should be paid for their services." the bttt quality, and if you are looking for something luxurious just "

(Continued from Page"One) This plan was a tentative one, step into our store and have a look at them. .rW
This cannot be done however without
LINCOLN HULLEY Pfc.D. LiU.D.) LL.D. President financial support a good Mayor Steed said, and others would $ sssss $ $ $ .
likely b, suggested. ,
DeLand Florida
leader is absolutely essential to the
j' : Councilman G. W. Fox of ASHUM AND SUSETTE. .
Send Now For A Catalog. __ success of the plan, but with the cooperation approved
THE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT-Degrees of Masters of Arts of the county commissioners -' getting the band together again saying "Aw Susette, don't get mad because I joked about the. soda- ,I

and Sciences. the 'city council and the board of : "It certainly] is the greatest less biscuit that you tried to make, in the. Jire- e.. cooker! I, always
b THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR MEN-Twenty-one. trade, tb'e' Osceola county band could pleasure we can offers the visitors speak 'what I think." c
'43/< 'i : departments in all. and is greatly appreciated by the "
,' YTHE COLLEGE FOR LIBERAL ARTSFOR, WOMEN-A" woman be >made. the best home band. in the] home'people] ," I"' "Yes, snapped/ Sussette. "only oftener." "-
', !I"I ', dean state, .,1' I'
) % separate 'dlmltonea. < < "1 favor every .
THE COLLEGE OF: LAW-Graduates practice In Florida] without, "representative of the Gazette > constructive measure -
; anything that builds Kissim
examination. up
asked a few of the business men of
THE COLLEGE'OF ENGINEERING-Courses. ,in engineering, the city who have previously aidedin mee should] be supported by the. .
leading to degrees: property owners! here.1' Osceola Hardware Co.
THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-Especially for Florida_ teach. supporting a band to express theirsentlmen"t. S. L. Lupfer said: "Without doubt
ers. on the subject of effecting ;
s ;THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS the band must be re-organized and
-Banking, Book-keeping, Short- ; a reorganization and without ex-
: hand.' Typewriting. ception they favored it. kept up, and I believe there will be ,
THE ACADEMY-Prepares for all high grade colleges no trouble in aranging for its --sup
f THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-For boy. and young men. Mayor W. J- Steed said emphatically port. -

THE .sCHOOL OF MUSICPiano. ,Pipe Organ, VlollnYoice,. : "Kissimmee should] bave'a A.- : .'.
t Ex-Senator- Carsonwhen ; iidel1t.- - '
Harmony,. Chorus W or1 .T -- home'band thl.-winter,for it i Is without C.kCARSON-P'r "ffcC; BRYAN.; Seerctary.
THE asked for his opinion said "There' is
SCHOOL OF.FINE.ARTB. *_ doubt the advertisement ,
SPECIAL ''ATTENTION ''i best a no doubt'' but that the band adds Immeasurably .
I, The" Preliminary Course in;Al'rlcultarBotany, Biology 4'Or town'can have. -In fact it is the to,, the pleasure and comfort THE WATERS '& CARSON 'GROCERY* CO:*
guile and Inoreanic Chemistry, qualitative and(quantlta- greatest e ,can .of the home:"people',and Judging . ,,.;
-'anal) I.. Agricultural Chemistry.Mineralogy.: Geology, Ac.' offer the visitors Just,now, and-if for **'
from the attendance Wholesale and Retail Dealers in '
i. 1- The of. .last season
; PreMedical Course Anatomy I ;
Biology Bac no, other, reason, .it. should be) reor '
t' teriology, Histology] they'are enjoyed even more by our
Zoology, Botany. General Chemistry. ,
ganized. ,1 should like to see it financed
? a Inorganic Chemistry Orpnlc' Qualitative ,and : Winter 'visitors. I "should' certainly '
r, Quantitative' Ch.mlstryPhy.Iea., j'|' '. through' the city's'publicity, desire"to'see'the, band reorganized GROCERIES
v I.-- The Course for Religious Workers-In Biblical' Literature fund, Appropriating a', sufficient' fundto :
and .leader' secured'and'thinkit .
tl i: ,..Theism.History, English, Psychology.] Pedagogy, Ethics. Logic anJ, employ a :competent director" ,' with can a be good done.". '

.. 'understanding that a certain .
Icon N. C. Bryan in tnorcettfDe of '
t .I .\ , .. number"of concerts be played In-re; the band together again and .* * .;.. 00.0,4000,0'.' .,' :, .,'oooeoo44eoeoea4o. ; '

1 6f.; ', ,' .. ,, ,'" .. t , '1ST " ,1.. I expressedthebelief that'it-provided *v < ; 0- '. 1'

:... :' ... .,:," ': '! .. ' >,' :', I'or I "'" ''' '.' L a' great' deal of-.pleasure"'not only to *, >.WE' SELL'r 0' .*' .WE BUI .. .',
,. ......# Arigc, ,,,",,'w'lLw- ..h>.': ...,_ {, '..., sw-a. 7T. .. .: v A. ,7 ,. , to, : the vial' ton. but. to the Kissimmee 0, I'" : *: ;J \' .: I.'. --. ,. .
: :. . .,: r.I, <., \" ;. ',: '. "i people as well, but said be':Is not DAY.. ; >,,1 I' HIDES. ), '. ",<

,- :L::>V.U: "t'. -(, 'fl "' ;: familiar enough with,,the situation to v '' \' :* ... ;:* ,' 0. +.) 1

-'Z' I' !,> suggest how'It could best'' be'done; *' 'GRAIN' <'* 0 FURS ... .
'\ ,' P it. ',Supt., C. E. Yowell ,unquestionably - '". ; ."
f,1 .. l'' :.:; ..' .' .g. favored ,'the, band 'movement! and FERTILIZERS' :* oj y I .
.' 't : dwelt, on 'the refining influence, of *, ; . ,, !i0 *' WOOL ;,N. ,
: '
4 ,' l any musical organization:; SHINGLES'' ,* "/* i ? ; ,. '"

"(1 H. Clay.Stanford, one of the wheel 0'0.'y' '? +-, 11', .AND ,-. ... I,,. .' .
Just What You Require l hprses Jn many, progressive'move' ; "ORANGE BOXES ;;>. *. \, .

;.. :; ments; expressed that It, besupported'even : 'r - v-* 'ALL'COUNTRT ; .
was WRAPS *
) though'.it somewhat .
oj' __ -J *
1>. '\ : ".., _, N. .. ,.. '" rc. \ '.,."5f r along the same, 'lines":'of pnvious'years. *- ".- T '*.
.' < 1 *
.' x"" 1 I 'j.+ ,; '"' '. had ,a mighty' good '..VEGETABLE'CRATES, : t
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+ .; '' i : band .before and ,we'! surely can *. '
Wherever maybe living and busmesrth. ;!Gtize'n
: you doing Bank -' "
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. \;-,(; again h., said .r' CRATE'NAILS' 0': PRODUCE *
'can serve'you, and:! .we believe'you Will find that service of a'Laid .' : ' *: -
: ) ,, c : ithat i- "Of course we should have hand"AM. < / 4 t, . *

will, be Just ,what you require.. .,CW.success b largely! due to,our '-' ;f-; : Story said when" addressed' 'on 0040000.0000040,0. 'aeeooe eoo''*-'-
the subject "just a* soon as.the boys "
_ ,ability, i! _to look_ .after 'our customer*, buiaeu ,from ..their1 standpoint. ;;'>i feel:they have had:' a' good vacation. We ell Field and Canien'Sed.-oi'U lunch ': "

y what t the Ctizen Bank 'can do?for V themhovr t we'can',please them, I. ," %--:: ;*', They' certainly. nave,' been,, mighty We give special! attention to fitting i . :
out hunting and
I J e.4 t : iand that(i*,one. reason 'why,'our; Bantu 'w 'popular,. we .. .i,1.70 ' MJJI,- Jjt. they faithful wish'and to do should so." rest, as long' as_ .Free' delivery in 'city limit: "Phone No. 12. camping" parties.'. I 1
'D eda. ., mother We are county 'aeDb10r' good fertilizers. ,Ak u*' for' circular
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e ( -u- . .', R. 'S.1;,Floyd )Is ;friend 'of price on' fertilizers., > d.
I e :)" ;".' the band, ''and when' asked '.. to' hl.attitude ; -
: y ;'said:'IBy all means Klshnmee -
; : r. must- support;+ the band and the I subject balds' :"Wex certainly, 'mustsupport forthcoming when'it'Is"i .neededJ!? -

Citizen$ Bank- - boys should get to 'Work'' as>soons I thU band this winter, I While .these. expressions are ,

: r 1".ni> .. i.;DEPOSITS( ,;: they are ready., I feel there will 'be I have"'missed( the concerts. ) very ninth' ,only,afew of the business,:men,,from, they {

i "i -/. no''trouble in;;getting any, reasonable I and 'mould be glad to sea' the boy indicate the;public hula ,on_ the ',band
,OF ,KISSIMMEE_ I -\ amount 'offinancial,, backing..", t organise I>> as soonas they' are inclined question.;:. ,
., INSURED :A.: S., Gilbert is another businessman t to do, so. 'Such an organisation isa 1 ,1' .
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